someone draw a crop circle just below the “nose” of a landscape
“dolphin” near Pineto, Italy on May 10, 2015?
crop circle near Pineto, Italy on May 10, 2015 is small and
uncomplicated. Yet it appears fairly authentic, based on
currently-available ground photographs. We can see a robust and
not-entirely flattened lay, with some crop standing on tractor
tramlines, just as seen for many authentic crop circles in England
looked to find where it was located, using Google Earth, I saw to my
astonishment that it was drawn just below the “nose” of large
“dolphin” shape in the landscape! Slightly above that “dolphin”, we
can see two large “numbers” which resemble “2” or “9”:
above, we can see an broad and complex image which resembles a “city
with tall buildings”, set on rolling or unstable land. Just below
that “dolphin”, one can also see the landscape image of a large
zoom in to study this fascinating landscape more closely, we can see
the “dolphin” shape and those numbers “2” and “9” even more clearly:
that landscape “dolphin” trying to tell us? Why does it seem to be
“diving deep”, just along an Italian coast of the Mediterranean Sea?
Might two nearby landscape “numbers” as “2” and “9” be significant
in some way, for example as a latitude or a date? The Pineto crop
circle was drawn at latitude 42.596o N, longitude 14.058o
E, so those two symbols seem not to be geographic in meaning.
scale, the new crop circle was drawn next to the fifth telephone
pole in a series of five, as we proceed up a slight hill which faces
the sea. It also resembles, when seen from above, a small round,
green landscape feature, which looks like the head or “capitulum” of
an insect’s “antenna”. Further comments about such distinctive,
small-scale features may be made elsewhere.
these two landscape images just fortuitous, or were they
patterned by extra-terrestrials?
each case, the Pineto crop circle (marked in blue) lies at a
special location within the mural image: whether below a diving
dolphin’s “nose”, or between the “dolphin’s nose”, and the “face
of a woman” who loves that dolphin:
Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew)