Zevenbergen Holland. Reported 3rd October
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Updated Wednesday 22nd October 2014
I think we're looking at a portrayal of the
October 8 lunar and the October 23 solar eclipses here. Note the
smallest circle could represent the moon on the opposite side of the
biggest circle representing the sun, with the medium circle
representing the earth in-between. That's the line-up for a lunar
eclipse of the tour that occurred on October 8.
At the same time the biggest circle is
partially-occluded itself, off-centre. That's the alignment for a
partial solar eclipse of the type that will occur on October 23.
As well, this type of pictogram can be seen as a
part of the Hoeven (4), Holland 11th September formation. Apparently
the circlemakers want us to pay attention to these events.
Addendum: This crop formation might actually
invoke both solar eclipses for this year - October 23
still to come, and the previous solar eclipse on April 29. The
reason is that while it clearly shows the partial eclipse as
mentioned, you'll note that the edge of the "partial eclipse"
made by the off-center circle does not line up with the edge of
its containing circle. Instead, there is a clear, yet small,
distance at the edge, forming a "rim." Interestingly, such a
rim-edge is exactly what happens during an annular eclipse, when
(per Wiki) "...the Moon's apparent diameter is smaller than the
Sun's, blocking most of the Sun's light and causing the Sun to
look like an annulus (ring)."
So in this crop formation we have the
portrayal of each of the two specific kinds of solar eclipses
for this year, annular and partial, as well as an alignment
showing the lineup for a total lunar eclipse (of which there
were also two, each associated with a solar eclipse). Therefore
this formation might also be indicating the time period between
April 15 (lunar) and 29 (solar), and October 8 (lunar) and 23
Of course, since the formation has appeared
now, it is obviously emphasizing the October events.
Nevertheless, the idea that something important has taken place
between these two April and two October eclipse lunar-solar
groupings is fascinating to consider. Even more fascinating, I
think, is that the Circlemakers seem excited about it, too.
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