At the gatehouse of Villa Twaklinilkawt, at any time of the day or night, several attendants are usually on hand to greet visitors. It is very rare indeed that one of those attendants will be the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper.
Whilst staying open for leadership, the gatehouse provides its residents and visitors with a welcoming atmosphere. There is much to learn within the gatehouse itself, before exploring Villa Twaklinilkawt more widely.
All new visitors receive a not-to-scale, non-visual map, which is particularly useful when intending to spend time enjoying the grounds for gracious causes. No-one here would wish for visitors to feel lost or otherwise distressed.
The map provides an indication of the boundaries of the copyright grounds, beyond the grounds for gracious causes, towards the public domain parklands. Many visitors have difficulty locating those boundaries, hence the importance of the map.
For security reasons, there are no maps supplied of the internal areas of Villa Twaklinilkawt. Only the guided tours and imaginative descriptions provide visitors with a sense of the true extent of the villa. This is particularly important to note when intending to explore through Twaklinesque long galleries A and/or B.
The anonymous resident senior gatekeeper has designed the map of the grounds. That person also co-ordinates the work of all the tour guides, gatehouse attendants and volunteers. In addition, the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper curates the exhibitions and other displays in and around the gatehouse.
Although it is possible to spend at least a little time observing the administrative and curatorial offices in many areas of Villa Twaklinilkawt, it is not possible to view the office of the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper. Most of the work in progress from that office is strictly confidential.
The anonymous resident senior gatekeeper maintains an extensive database of all the comings and goings within the gateway of gratitude. After inputing and processing the daily data, the collated information is transmitted to the annex as an encrypted file. From there, the file is accessible through a code known only by the Nilkawtian ambassador.
The signposts on display along the sublime pathways have been designed by the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper. This includes the warning signs. Please seek the advice of a qualified mental health practitioner for further information on the matter.
As with the non-visual map, the invisible ticket office is an imaginative initiative of the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper. Invisibility is an important aspect of privacy in the 21st century, especially as there are so many not-so-confidential databases floating around in the digital world.
The anonymous resident senior gatekeeper carefully examines copies of all the information recently supplied by everyone relaxing in the guest wing. The assessment carried out by the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper then provides an indication of how long anyone should be permitted to relax before making themselves useful. No guests in Villa Twaklinilkawt are permitted to outstay their welcome.
Even persons staying within a little writing hut should make themselves useful, if at all possible. Useless and obstructionist writing causes a great deal of trouble in the world. The anonymous resident senior gatekeeper therefore requires a succinct summary of the daily and nightly writings of all the digital and physical writers-in-residence in and around Villa Twaklinilkawt, before sunset each evening. The summaries should be placed in the world peace box in the natural common room in the gatehouse.
As all visitors are expected to know the difference between a façade and anything more substantial, the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper unobtrusively monitors their responses as they experience the courtyard of compassion. The monitoring is associated with the subsequent analysis made by the monitors and other supervisors.
Every visitor, volunteer and staff member is expected to have a clear understanding of the official history of Villa Twaklinilkawt. Only the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper is expected to have a clear understanding of the unofficial history.
Anyone desperately looking for the official sign of hope may seek an introduction to the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper. Whether either search will be successful is another matter entirely.
Only the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper knows how to interpret the non-visual map properly. The official sign of hope is clearly marked on that map.
For anyone seeking guidance on how to interpret the map, a copy has been placed figuratively on the far wall of the natural common room. A significant amount of initiative and leadership is therefore required in order to plan the analytical strategy.
Any monitoring from the gatehouse is under the moderating influence and supervision of the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper. This especially applies in relation to the corridors of power and the fenced-off conservation areas.
The citizen-journalism in the Adelaidezone news observatory has received much assistance from the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper. The persons performing the service are all staff members within Villa Twaklinilkawt. They volunteer as citizen-journalists in their spare time in order to gain additional knowledge and skills. Most have previous volunteered at the news desk in the grand hallway of the main building.
The anonymous resident senior gatekeeper guides the news priorities for quality journalism in the Adelaidezone. Reasonably enlightened editors usually follow that guidance.
Above the news observatory in the gatehouse, it is possible for suitably qualified persons to observe the views from the Adelaidezone preservation station. The only suitably qualified person to assess whether anyone else is suitable qualified for that privilege is the anonymous resident senior gatekeeper, whose office and residence is on the top floor of the gatehouse tower.
The sponsored ethereal public tour continues this way