The formation is on a north facing slope
alongside the path leading up to the Kennet long barrow and can be
clearly seen from the A4. As the farmer has allowed visitors but
no-one is managing entry to the circle, it is not surprising that
there are already numerous paths that have been made despite the
On arrival we were expecting to see more visitors
maybe even a researcher but it was just us one other visitor and a
drone buzzing around overhead.
My initial feel from a female perspective was
none of the clean positive energies usually experienced within crop
circles and I immediately wanted to leave the formation but
continued to make observations on the design and quality of the lay.
On entering the first wide band around the
outside my first impression was that the lay of the crop did not
have any remarkable consistency to it. The next striking thing were
stalks laid down differently on the outer edge that are pushed up
against the standing crop, but this was not continued on around the
whole circumference and therefore did not seem to be part of the
design. Generally the edges throughout the formation are quite
uneven and there are no signs of the precision often observed.
There were no signs of any bent nodes. No energy leak; the crop
was in an anti-clockwise direction. In the centre of the circle were
some feathers and the barley stalks were not in a consistent
circular swirl to the middle point but indeed the individual stalks
seemed to have been bent multiple times to surround the centre
giving almost a hexagonal effect.
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