"Hucka D., we're going to continue with the interpretation of "Bigfeet", the 3rd collage of the new Wheeler series. Ready?"
I'll start, then. Turns out with the location we're getting very close to Seathewaite Fell already, for we are at Lambsfoot Dub, a tiny tarn on the west side of...
Excuse me, baker b. I believe that's actually Lambfoot Dub.
Thank you Hucka D. We're also quite close as well to Piers Gill. Which means...
Gill's Pier as well?
Well, no, not really. Where Santa Claus with his bundle of presents fell into the vast mountain chasm.
Right, the videotapes. [delete name]. I remember. You said they never found the body, though.
We should move back to Lambfoot Dub, however. I'm feeling faintly invisible!
So correct on that. So in the collage "Bigfeet" we have not one but *3* Lambfoot Dubs. The same body of water, but repeated three times in the picture. In other words, all bodies of water in the picture are the same body of water. 3 Feet. Big Feet, since Lambfoot Dub, although small, is big as far as feet go.
It is a condition of past-present-future. (pause) The foreground lake or dub is the past. This contains the Wilsonia backhousei being strangled by the Golden Dodder. This contains the dissected part of the Yale collage "Frank N' Maria Stein", with the helmeted head of the Denver quarterback, which is both John Elway and Jay Cutler at once, discarded or cut off and thrown in the water of the dub. His arm holding the upside down flaming car from the [delete name] album has also been removed and pasted, instead, to the end of the, er, tentacle of the strangling Golden Dodder. Pasted upside down, which means it represents the opposite of The Sun from the Yale collage. It is, instead, The Moon here, and a particular Moon. The Moon of Otherland. The Golden Dodder/Wilsonia backhousei symbiosis is Otherland. The Wilsonia leaves are the Otherland islands, 1, 2, 3 especially. The largest, which represents a sort of "head", is Otherland Island #1. Your home island now, supplanting Azure Island #1 with the destruction/fall of the too large Ubertemple. *You* went to this moon from a rocket launched in Otherland Island #2. That's the second largest whole leaf of Wilsonia [backhousei] in the picture, the greenest one as well [as Otherland Island #2 is very, tropically green, even in the middle of winter, unlike Otherland Island #1 and also #3]. What did you find on The Moon? A Gypsy Purse, which is similar but not exactly the same as a gypsy curse. Baker Blinker's curse. Shakenstein. Esbum. All that has been left behind now. You should go to The Moon again, for you were not really on *The Moon* but a conduit or portal to the SL Moon. You were instead more on Pluto, as the guiding Neptune indicated a little later on. This was the resonance of the source planet of the Mmmmmm's, Grassy and Gypsy, who starred together in the projected great adventure movie Salad Bar Jack and the Spill Over Drink Lake Dam. Will certainly be worth the now 8 dollars you have to shell out to see such things in a proper movie theatre, although I prefer the 5 dollar matinees, despite the presence of more small children at those times. Anyway, I diverge a bit... back to Lambfoot Dub...
Since this moon has been deleted from the grid, along with the gypsy purse and everything else left on it, you're saying the conditions of the Lambfoot Dub more in the foreground represent the past, albeit perhaps the immediate past. When the moon was deleted, then this situation no longer existed. Neptune can still send you off at the docks, in other words, but there's nowhere to go now. There's no *Pluto* beyond *Neptune* now. No Moon/Pluto, that is.
You should still go to The Moon owned by Gypsy Purse, um, Gypsy Curse. Gypsy, eh, *Moon*, I mean. It's a Moon of the M„ebaleia continent. And the Jeogeot continent as well has its own Moon. You've been once, or Baker Bloch has been once. Go back.
Ok, I will. So let's move to the central pool, the central Lambfoot Dub, the middle of the three, and also the middle in size as we move front to back through the collage. This I suppose is more the present or current condition. We are on Otherland Island #1, seemingly firmly established. The Gallery at the Temple of TILE is built and now birthing the new Wheeler series. 1, 2, 3 so far. This, "Bigfeet", again, is the third. The red shoe or red slipper has been found.
That is the present. That is the current. Current River. The Arab.
Let's focus, Hucka D., on that middle Lambfoot Dub in the collage, then. We have the focus of the red shoe, which is also, apparently, the red slipper. Between two red or red oriented animals, Rudolph to its left and below, and a red fox, which I think is Wilsonia Foxclaw, to its right and above. Then direct above it is a statue of Shirley Temple. S. Temple was the first choice of Metro Goldwyn Mayer for the role of Dorothy Gale in the 1939 Wizard of Oz movie, Hucka D. She could have worn those red ruby slippers and become even more famous than she was at the time. Yet it was the destiny of the relatively unknown Judy Garland to fill those shoes, and to become bigger than Temple, completely unknowable at the time. Those were some big shoes to fill, as it turned out. Temple didn't have the stuff needed. Garland did. The Abominable Monster standing behind here, then, represents a form of Bigfoot or Yeti. We also know this is... well...
Let me take over for a spell. We know it stands for The Abomination beside Hilo Peak in Federal. Fedarul? It is also a symbol for Neptune now through the same height Neptune statues found guarding the main harbour of that island. You must go back sometime. It is also the Neptune, now, that sees, or saw you-as-Baker-Bloch off on his way to Pluto/Moon-of-Neptune. Neptune also rules or guards Otherland Island #1, as he does the similar sized Nautilus City/Island. They are now in direct resonance through The Magic. The Spell.
Let me take over...
The shoe is Pluto. Red. Important. Shiny nose. The thing that saves Christmas. Rudolph was also present in the Yale collage "Frank N' Maria Stein", as was the Denver qb/roller coaster with planets complex already discussed. And also The Abominable Snowman from that same Xmas flick was in the same Yale collage. But this time, instead of staring at each other across the Greenup Gill, they mutually stare at the red slipper. All the attention of the middle Lambfoot Dub is directed at that shoe. And then you have the researcher of Wilsonia backhousei also on the shore of this middle Dub. He is instead looking down at his own foot, and the strangled backhousei underneath it. A close up of this drubbing, um, is seen in the upper left corner of the new collage. That's a close up of what he's looking at. But the foot is also the same as the foot of Wilsonia fox, the red fox. The red fox of the collage is the same as Wilsonia. Wilsonia Foxclaw. Redfox. Redd. Foxx. Wilson. That is the present.
A big shoe to fill. Really big shoe, as Ed Sullivan use to famously say.
So we're back to Wilsonia Foxclaw, the mixed up boy girl.
The yellow submarine, to kind of complete the elements of the new collage, is being raised, apparently, out of the water of the middle Dub, Hucka D., through its attachment to the red fox's tail. The yellow sub was also present in the Yale collage we've been speaking about. It's also, obviously to me, matched with the burning car, for this association is made plain as well in the Greenup series. That's where I believe both first show up in the 10x10... um, at least the burning car from [delete name].
The burning car drops vertically into a hole, like a rook. The yellow submarine is raised, by you no less in the collage of Greenup, diagonally, like a bishop. Rook -- horizontal and vertical; bishop -- diagonal. The two types of moves combine in The Queen. The Queen is both life and death, since the car here represents death and the yellow submarine life or resurrection. Ant. did not understand this collage. He saw it as a threat of sorts. Devil. Evil.*
He is comfortable in his own circle.
Correct. You are not really in that circle, and never were. But it matters more now to him. He is circling his wagons. We have again moved away from the collage interpretation. (laughs).
I think it is the resurrection of The Sun, Hucka D.
We should end here. Go to your golf course. (smiles).
* Ant. is not referring to Headburro Antfarm here but another friend.
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03. "Bigfeet" |
04. "Bigfeet" (2) |
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06. "Edwards(ton) Station ((Gallery))" (2) |
07. "Willows Diamond" |
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