A new crop
picture at Forests Way on July 24, 2016 seems to be a schematic diagram
which shows part of Earth’s night sky for August 6, 2016 around 0000
GMT, when Jupiter (with its four moons) makes a close conjunction with
our bright crescent Moon
computer-generated image of Earth’s night sky for August 6, 2016 at 0000
GMT is shown below, as part of the next slide.
In order to
create this slide, a wide section of “empty space” was omitted between
“Saturn” and “Mars” on the left, versus “Jupiter”, “Moon”, Mercury” and
“Venus” on the right:
A ring of
four medium-sized circles around “Jupiter” are presumably meant to
represent its “four moons”.
circle-marker for “Jupiter moon 1” might also be meant to represent its
circle-markers for “Jupiter moon 4” might also be meant to represent
“four stars in a line”, just to the left of “Mars”.
At least one
large circle on the left, in the vicinity of “Mars” between “Saturn” and
“Jupiter”, remains unexplained by this model. There should be only
one large circle there, yet instead we see two.
large circle on the right for “Mercury” seems to have been drawn (in
crops) as a capital letter “Q”, if you examine the aerial
photographs closely (see
forestsway2016a). Perhaps this is a signature of the crop artist?
celestial objects have been suggested here in crops, while the date of
that Jupiter-Moon conjunction (or occultation) will be August 6, 2016
around 0330 GMT (see
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)
to Michael Romeo for the computer-generated image of Earth’s night sky
as shown above.