Field Report on Monkton, Dorset.
The crop was green immature wheat.
Spanning over 2 and half
tramlines or 180-200 feet in diameter, this symmetrical geometry was
sited on a slight gradient in visible proximity to x5 round burial
mounds or barrows which is a recurring theme with CCs.
The ground lay of this CC was tight
and precise. These qualities were consistent throughout and I
immediately recognised an overall picture that compared favourably to
many other CCs widely regarded by serious observers as of mysterious
origin. Spanning over 2 and a half tramlines or 180-200 feet in
diameter, this symmetrical geometry was sited on a slight gradient in
visible proximity to x5 round burial mounds or barrows which is a
recurring theme with CCs. I noted good examples of the ‘energy leak’
anomaly that were present on the tramlines that ran through the CC.
The Absence of Prolific
node bending and wholesale stem kinking present at ground level seems to
be no significance in crop circles of mysterious origin.
This is now the 4th
CC we have had in Dorset, this latest one being only a short distance
from the last were I am currently based performing CGI duties. I find
this shift southwards an intriguing development. I feel it is
significant and quite deliberate moving away from the dark and negative
energies in the Wiltshire area that have come to a head over the last 2
years. Certainly the energies down here in Dorset are quite the opposite
and the local community has embraced their CC events with often a
childlike wonder and openness something rarely seen now in the conflict
zone that is Wilshire. I just pray that these negative elements will
stay away from the purity of this area long enough to enable the message
of the Circles to become established. The tired old ways of commerce
driven noise and clamber, of EGO and self-interest that have been
prevalent in Wiltshire now all seem a little old fashioned within this
evolving arena and climate.
NB. As a footnote, these
negative elements appear to be increasingly stranded on what could
easily be described as an ‘island of despair’ as their ambitions slowly
fall away and out of their perceived control zone. One can’t help but
wonder just how much humility and grace will accompany this shift.
I may well expand on
this sociological aspect in a later article.
Paul Jacobs (CGI)