Lennon and the crop circle, reported on June 16, 2015 at Devizes Road
This crop circle war
reported on June 16, 2015 at Devizes Road, near Stanton St
UK. According to the Mayan calendar Tzolkin, 16th
June 2015 is a day with the Solar Seal "White Wizard". And the Solar
Seal of John Lennon is "White Wizard", so may be this day was chosen not
has the Solar Seal “White Planetary Wizard”, with Tone 10, Kin 114 –
which is a Galactic Portal Activation day (GPA).
This crop circle was reported on June 16, 2015. And 40 days later, on 26th
July 2015 begins the New Mayan year (365 days) – the Year of the White
Planetary Wizard – with Tone 10, Kin 114 (GPA) – these are exactly the
characteristics of John Lennon!!
circle appeared at “Devizes”
We have a play on words, as well - Devizes,
device – one of the meanings of this word is “motto”
devise - with
the meaning “testament”, “heritage”
In my opinion, the crop circle makers want to remember us about the
"devise” from John Lennon, about
the message, which he has devised
us through his song “All we need is Love”, and about his ideas for
In 1958, British artist
Gerald Holtom, a professional designer and
artist and a graduate of the Royal College
of Arts, drew a circle with three lines
inside, intending the design to be a symbol
for the Direct Action Committee Against
Nuclear War (DAC). He showed his preliminary
sketches to a small group of people in the
Peace News office in North London. He later
wrote to Hugh Brock, editor of Peace News,
explaining the genesis of his idea in
greater, more personal depth:
I was in despair.
Deep despair. I drew myself: the
representative of an individual in
despair, with hands palm outstretched
outwards and downwards in the manner of
Goya’s peasant before the firing squad.
I formalised the drawing into a line and
put a circle round it.
Eric Austen added his own
interpretation of the design: the gesture of
despair had long been associated with the
death of Man and the circle with the unborn
child. Gerald Holtom had originally
considered using the Christian cross symbol
within a circle as the motif for the march
but various priests he had approached with
the suggestion were not happy at the idea of
using the cross on a protest march.
Later, ironically, Christian CND were to use
the symbol with the central stroke extended
upwards to form the upright of a cross.
Holtom finished his design on February 21,
1958 and the design was then first
introduced to the public at a DAC march on
April 4. The symbol quickly spread. In
Britain, the symbol became the emblem for
the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND),
thus causing the design to become synonymous
with nuclear disarmament. In 1960, the
symbol migrated to the United States and
began to be used as a symbol for the peace
movement. This symbol has become
internationally recognized and is still used
by peace activists today.
I'm going back even to the crop circles of
June 16, 2015 Blackhorse Lane and Devizes Road. This article
inspired me a contribution of Mr. Collie Red and expresses
gratitude for inspiring pictures.
Both crop circles are created by design
"symbol of peace". This is an urgent request to stop war and
terrorist actions. The island of vegetation in the shape of a
heart near the circle we have to remind the biggest tragedy in
the recent history of Norway. Precisely because it looks
Norwegian island of Utoya, where the Norwegian mass murderer
Anders Breivik has killed 69 people, mostly children. Previously
he detonated a bomb near a government building in the city
center of Oslo, killing eight people.
In the Roman Empire under Emperor Nero cross
with arms up represents the tree of life. Conversely cross with
arms into the country epitomized death.
It is possible that the supposed symbol of
peace, which is now widely used and is rooted in people's minds,
expresses the opposite of his tempered content. Perhaps improper
use of this ancient symbol of peace activities of social
movements often speaking in idly.
Establishment of peace in today's world is a utopian vision
completely in the spirit of energy incorrect use of the symbol
Regarding the CC at
Devizes Road, Nr Stanton
St Bernard, Wiltshire. Reported 16th June. This
CC is obviously the peace symbol without a doubt; however, the
CC-maker is actually being much more specific. This CC was not
intended to be a silly logo from the '60s -- it is a very
According to Wikipedia "Flag semaphore is the
telegraphy system conveying information at a distance by means
of visual signals with hand-held flags, rods, disks, paddles, or
occasionally bare or gloved hands. Information is encoded by the
position of the flags; it is read when the flag is in a fixed
position." In the picture below, A US Navy crewman signals
using flag semaphore during an exercise in 2005.
The letters of the alphabet can be
represented using flag semaphore. Shown below is the flag
semaphore for the letters N and D. Semaphore characters are
presented as they would appear when facing the signalman.
Telegraphy (from Greek: τῆλε
tele, "at a distance" and γράφειν graphein,
"to write") is the long-distance transmission of
textual/symbolic (as opposed to verbal or audio) messages
without the actual physical exchange of an object bearing
the message. A messenger pigeon carrying a message from the
sender to the receiver is not telegraphy; however, this
CC uses a method of telegraphy. Telegraphy requires that
the method used for encoding the message be known to both
sender and receiver. Such methods are designed according to
the limits of the signaling medium used which in this case
is the immovable crop field.
This CC seems also cartoonish and simplistic.
But it holds a certain "schizophrenia". As it's been said, it
represents the "reversal of the genuine peace symbol, it's
upside-down". This makes me think of the Hindu/Buddhist
"Om", which is from a different cultural background and
different attitude towards life and death. So maybe we should
more see it towards R.I.P. in a positive sense. Assuming god
really exists, means having 100% faith that "everything
little thing is gonna be alright" in a holistic but
certainly not in an ego-centric /-manic sense. It just needs a
holistic mind/heart in order to understand the hows and whys.
Holistic not only in terms of space but also time.