Juxtaposition is the code name of a secret multi-national experiment to warp time and space by shifting the path of totality of an eclipse at the same time a rainbow directly over Kahumana Farm's Mandala Garden traverses Waianai Valley (located on the leeward side of the island of Oahu). This is accomplished via the tightly-synchronized interactions of a large guitar mounted on a hill near Makakilo, the orbiting Space Station Publius, a fake escalator control room in Pearl Ridge Shopping Center, the re-fitted Haiku Omega station, and oscillations generated and modulated by two agency operatives (KVB and 2325) attending the annual Mt. Hagen Cultural Show in PNG. A test pilot is flying an agency aircraft over Kahumana Farm at exactly the time the eclipse enters totality. Suddenly, seconds after the pilot reports the presence of a strange cloud and rainbow, radar and radio contact with the plane is lost. Several tense minutes later, the test aircraft breaks out of clouds over the North Weald Aerodrome in England, and the pilot establishes contact with local air traffic controllers. Jubilant agency representatives in London report to the BBC that the success of the experiment has exceeded their most optimistic expectations. KVB and 2325 receive the good news after making a helicopter escape from a riot that broke out at the Mt. Hagen show grounds.