symbolic features in the nearby landscape do those two “lunar crescent”
crop pictures at Cherhill or Tarlton point toward?
pictures at Cherhill on April 17 or Tarlton on April 18 show the same
“lunar crescent” motif, and also show other related features, which seem
to suggest the back-and-forth, rotary motion of a “pendulum” within a
clock. Supposing that the crop artists are trying to tell us that
“time is ticking, tick, tock” until some important event takes place
on Earth, what kind of event might they be referring to?
In order to
address this question, we might usefully ask: which symbolic features in
the nearby landscape do those two “lunar crescent” crop pictures at
Cherhill or Tarlton point toward?
In the first
case at Cherhill on April 17, its “lunar crescent” aligns with a “white
horse” image in the landscape not far away, near the top of a nearby
second case at Tarlton on April 18, its “lunar crescent” aligns with a
row of five trees to the lower right. Its “lunar crescent” also aligns
with the figurative “head of a serpent” at upper left. On the far left,
we can see a large “block arrow”, which suggests that a “serpent” is
When we use
Google Earth to study the landscape near Tarlton on a much broader scale
(not shown), we can see a huge and unmistakable “X” shape in the
landscape, approximately in the form of a “sand hourglass”, centred on
latitude 51.688o N and longitude 2.095o W.
arrow” shown above points down, directly toward the centre of that “X”
shape, seemingly as if to say: “X marks the spot”. The Tarlton
crop picture was drawn at latitude 51.693o N and longitude
2.090o W, not far away. The Mayans built a whole pyramid long
ago, to suggest that an E.T. “serpent” would come down to Earth in their
distant future (see
within a clock has the same time-dependent geometry of motion, as our
Moon in orbit along the solar ecliptic plane of the Earth
analogy between a “lunar crescent” and a “pendulum” within a clock is
not fanciful, but has a firm basis in physics and/or astronomy.
time-dependent motion of a pendulum within a clock shows the same
sinusoidal variation of geometry (left or right away from the centre),
as does our Moon in orbit along the solar ecliptic of the Earth (above
or below a “plane” of Declination):
“lunar crescent” motif provides a natural and logical way of “counting
time”, like for a “pendulum” swinging back-and-forth within a clock,
until some important event takes place. Many human cultures on Earth use
a “lunar calendar” to count time in months. The “white horse” is
generally a symbol of “rescue”.