baker:
Another afternoon session Booker. Thanks for showing up again. I know we're trying to fit in as much information into these interview sessions before my vacation in Charleston comes up. What do you plan to do in the meantime?... forgot to ask you this.

Booker:
I've decided to go to West Virginia.

baker:
Really. To Tyler County?

Booker:
To find the Beehive.

baker:
That's really interesting. So that'll lead directly into today's opening topic of Tyler County and Tyle. Booker, I know you're chomping at the bit to get back to talk about your precious little Sirian aliens, and here's your opening. Tyle...Tyler County. What's going on here?

Booker:
Thanks for the opening. In order for SID's 1st Oz to become the peak synchronicity, the octave that begins with Dark Side of the Rainbow and The Rainbow Sphere and ends in SID's 1st Oz had to be closed up. No further extension. Alma, Princess of the M continent of the M-N planet of one of the Sirius planetary systems, and the half-sister of Prince Rupert, decided to leave a trace of this closure in the map names within and surrounding Tyler County, which is centered, actually, around the longest creek in the world, so they say: Middle Island Creek. As we have learned today, the source of this 77 mile creek, longest in the world, is the same as the Bee (Ephraim Bee, founder of the masonic-like order E Clampus Vitus or ECV, and who lived in the West Union/Smithburg area). For the first half of its improbably long journey this stream travels northwest towards Middlebourne, the county seat of the neighboring county of Tyler and the intense focus of our earlier attempt at a SID related interview from this spring.

baker:
I remember!

Booker:
At Middlebourne, the creek turns, then, southwest for the second and last half of its journey to the Ohio River. Also at about the 1/4 point of its journey, or about the 1/2 point of the first 1/2, it comes within around 2 miles of this place called Mountain on current maps, which use to be called Mole Hill. This is one of the more obvious places the trace I speak of can be detected. SID's 1st Oz, as we're presenting it here, is a mountain of a synchronicity or a peak synchronicity, but in the larger picture it also appears to be a mole hill. In order to retain mountain or peak-like status, it has to become attached, then, to Middlebourne and Middle Island Creek centered Tyler County.

The (truer?) Mole Hill status of SID's 1st Oz is then hidden in a strange area called The Jug just outside Middlebourne, creating Middle Island Creek's most extreme meander. Here Middle Island Creek goes around a 3 1/2 mile loop only to return within 100 feet of its former channel. The Jug is also a thing which has changed title over time, from an island to a peninsula. Since 1947 and the building of a dam across the 100 feet, it is technically a combination of both.

It is the secret "backyard" of Lodge #1000 of Mokelumne, Calif., as opened up by gold diggers in or around 1848. This is still known locally as Moke Hill. I can say no more about this currently except to say this is where the answers lie.

baker:
Well don't worry Booker, I won't press you on this. When are you leaving?

Booker:
As soon as we have that beer at MacaBob's after work. I'll tell you more about what I'm, er, speculating then.

baker:
Right. I think beer will help me understand. So back to Tyler County then, I suppose. Now at the time of the attempted former interview, you became fixated on this piece of property in Tyler County on the other side of the county from Mountain-formerly-Mole-Hill. Coincidentally I was going to give this link before I knew you were going to talk about The Jug, but you see that in the graphic as well, in the northwest part.

The Jug/Mountain/Tyle Property

Booker:
The Jug is the same distance from Mountain and this trapezoid property you bring up.

baker:
Right. So unfortunately it looks like we've run out of time. Game for that beer now.

Booker:
Chug a lug.

baker:
See you on the other side of Charleston cousin.

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