UH OH ... Now you've done it.
Reported on Aug 15 2014 is the
day of 8 Iq. Decan of Bear.
8 is the number of the highest male authority
Iq specifically states, Hawk or Hummingbird. The skirmish
Lets do Bear decan first. In the decans it is Aug 13 – 22. Below image
from the book Marlene Kruger Das Indische Horoskop 1971. The images are
from 500 ce Hindu origin.
the tarot images created by Pamela Coleman Smith and Aurthur Waite it is
the 5 of wands.
Correlation with multiple sets of decan images
is the time of Leo and the time of Dukes and Lords. The Lions of the
plains and fields.
lion and the water buffalo share the same grassland. Bear is the
enforcer of the Dukes. Everything appears to be on time here, let's
check the day.
This drawing called the Family shows the proximity of the days to
the decans. You can view the entire labeled image
is the 12th day of the 20 days, the 12th Hexagram
of the 64 hexagrams of the I-Ching, and the #12 image of the 22 major
arcana of the Tarot. This day correlates as precisely as any time can.
It is incredibly visible.
Glyph for 12th
day Iq ,...Quiche Maya
# 12 hexagram of I-Ching (
# 12 major arcana image
Quote from the # 12 I-Ching description : “ 'And let him say, "I
die! I die I"
So to a bushy clump his fortune he shall tie.' “
So, the day and the decan appear to be synchronistic. The location and
the date of report is correct.
The number of 8 (highest male authority) is also correct as this is the
first time I have seen the National Farmers Union spokesman quoted on
the report pages of this site. Let alone the mention of the word Duke.
And thus far, all this written without any discernable crop circle
geometry or shape.
It's a human issue. Let's have a dialogue . A response to the crop
Crop circle appears in
field near Alnwick
Motorists, cyclists or walkers heading south from
Alnmouth towards Warkworth may have spotted what could be evidence of
visitors from another world as two crop circles or markings have
appeared in fields. In one, a circular shape can be clearly seen and the
other is a more random arrangement, both in a field of ripened crops.
Ok, so the crop is ripened. Does this mean it will be harvested soon ?
What about the birds and animals mentioned at the end of the statement ?
But in the past, crop circles in north Northumberland
have been branded ‘vandalism’ and the cost to farmers has been counted.
Northumberland Estates confirmed that people had been seen
makin the circles in the field on August 19, 2011.
Whoa, wait a
sec, Aug 19, 2011 was 8 Tzi, the number 8 again, and on the day of the
protector and justice, and in the same decan. Day description
(special note: also an
There had been much speculation about the artistic
(So its ART now
is it ?) creation in a field near
Hawkhill, ( DAY ) between Alnwick and
Alnmouth, on land belonging to the Estates’ Percy Farms. At the time, a
National Farmers’ Union spokesman said: “It’s trespass, it’s vandalism,
it’s stealing, it’s whatever you want to call it, it’s breaking the
definitely not stealing. It might be trespass but the case hasn't proven
that the artists did not have permission from someone else with
we want to call it” is very accurate, we have decided on
crop circle art.
It's breaking the “law”, well that has not been proven either. The list
of people who have the authority to give permission has not been
reviewed publicly. Again, specify.
“That area won’t be able to be combined and
( If the crop
was ripe and nothing was removed, then the issue is cost or method of
harvesting , not harvesting, not withstanding, the harvester may be able
to pick up a large percentage) and if
it’s on about an acre of land, at about three or four tons an acre at
£150 or £160 each ton, that’s £500, so it’s a costly thing. “If someone
broke windows to that amount, they would be in trouble. People have
been locked up for doing far less in the riots.
So, if the crop
can be laid in a particular configuration overnight, then how long would
it take for 2 men with rakes to make it so the combine would pick it up
? Comparable to a riot ? How about comparable to a Banksy. Even that is
a stretch given the lack of politic involved.
“People may say that it’s the Duke’s land and he can
afford it, but can they? And it happens to small farms as well, it’s
( The small farms are often happy to reap several times the money
the crop itself would bring in when they are lucky enough to be the
recipient of a magnanimous formation ) Oh, and they still harvest the
crop as well. I'm not sure how it all plays out, perhaps they climb out
of the air-conditioned cab of the tractor for a few moments.
“They are stealing because they are taking money away from that farm.
It doesn’t only happen to the big landowners. What about the guy next
door with 100 acres?”
perfectly honest here, a Family with 100 acres and a beautiful crop
some donate more than others)
Plus a wind storm = insurance money, way above the average haul in a
years time. Certainly more than the 500 quoted.... this sounds more like
an intrusion issue, a violation of sovereignty is more to the point,
feeling violated. So really we are talking about emotionally based
monetary reimbursement aye ?
A spokeswoman for the Northumberland Estates said:
“While some might see it as an amusing prank, it is in fact vandalism
which has resulted in part of a wheat crop being destroyed and wildlife
being disturbed at a time when many birds and animals are busy rearing
Well, I already covered the issue of wildlife above, but if
you simply examine the act of plowing, it is absolutely destructive to
tremendous amounts of wildlife , not to mention the spraying of
herbicides and pesticides, LOOK at the bees, what is going on ?, Have
you a pair of eyes ? The argument of harm to wildlife is
in the favor of the farmer at this point in time. It used to be, ...it
used to be the farmer who stood for the balance of nature and
intrusion,.. what has changed ? MONEY
So, do not
approach the subject without truth. Examine how we got here and what is
going on for crying out loud.
are anything , BUT, an amusing prank. They are an art form which is in
the process of defining our time on the planet. They pay their own way (
and the patrons are the caring people who respect the farmers above all
things. The people who come to the circles are the most pure of heart
we have and they give what they have. Go and ask the farmers who
regularly have artistic formations and ask them how much they lost and
whether they feel violated. The ones who allow the visitors. The ones
who understand and accept changes and the need for creativity in
humanity. The ones who know they do not own anything, but are stewards
who allow with grace the artistic expressions of the people at large
comes to this. The hierarchy dictating ownership. Be wise and know the
paintings you buy for millions, have a value beyond money. That's why
you bought them isn't it ?
who exemplify the free spirit of man cannot operate in a restricted
The time of the
internet is here, and all can see a single piece in real time. No harm,
temporary, and many extras if examining the details. The damage is
minimal if at all! It is a far cry from turning over head stones in a
cemetery as teens are apt to do.
Circles are beautiful and people flock from many corners of the globe to
come and see them , be in them, and consciously connect with other human
beings in a beautiful artistic way. This includes the farmers.
I myself am
just a peasant who knows the time. I have never been to a crop circle
nor have I stepped foot in one. To me, they are a flash of time,
demonstrative and profound. Art that is beyond the realm of ownership.
Oh, how perfect in its time and a statement worthy of applause.
they will be seen as the connecting force of world peace. The artists
always find a way forward, and to stop them would the larger crime than
a few pounds lost by the arrogance of a harvester operator loathe to get
out of the machine for a few moments and play with that which they reap.
I kneel to no
man. And no god has ever asked me to kneel. I offer wise council and
knowledge freely, do not obstruct these artists, for they do what you
dream of doing. Perhaps you should join them.