A new crop
picture near Wootten Wawen on August 8 refers to an upcoming solar
eclipse on August 21, 2017, which people in southern England will see at
sunset, and it also suggests that the events associated with this
eclipse may somehow be an act of “fertilization”, beneficial to humans
A new crop
picture near Wootten Wawen on August 8, 2017 seems to refer
metaphorically to a total solar eclipse, which will be seen and
photographed by millions of people across the continental USA from 9 AM
(on the west coast) to 4 PM (on the east coast) on August 21, 2007 (see
/Solar_eclipse_of_August_21,_2017). That solar eclipse may also be
seen partially from high viewing locations in southern England, on the
same day around sunset or 1840 to 1905 UTC.
central part of this English crop picture shows a complex, detailed
image of the “setting Sun”. such as might be seen for example on the
national flag of Japan:
count carefully, we can find 17 broad “rays of light” in
total. Those 17 “rays” might be meant to suggest in number a current
year of 20-17, when this particular solar eclipse will take place.
Interestingly enough, those 17 “rays of light” seem to have been subtly
divided by the crop artists into two separate parts of 12
or 5 respectively, when they are studied closely in a
clockwise sense. The first 12 “rays” on the left (counting clockwise
until just after a double tramline) may refer to 12 years
2001-2012, as the final years of an old Mayan calendar. The last or 12th
of those “broad rays” has a distinct, triangular “wedge” shape.
further clockwise past the double tramline, we can see 5 more “rays of
light” on the right, which have been drawn at a slightly different
angle relative to the first 12. These may perhaps refer to 5
years 2013-2017 in the new Mayan calendar, of which 2017 is the current
or fifth year.
view of this complex region is shown in the next slide below, for those
readers who wish to study this intriguing crop picture more closely for
themselves. Once again, the 12th “ray” of the first set,
which may be seen at upper right when counting clockwise from below, has
a distinct triangular “wedge” shape. Please note also that the first 1st
and last 17th “rays” are rather small relative to the others.
picture also resembles a famous “Quetzalcoatl Headdress” crop picture
from July 5, 2009, the image of which has been inset within the slide
below (at upper right):
legendary Quetzalcoatl (or Kukulkan) will return soon to Earth?
study this new crop picture in a broader sense, we can see 13
“small circles” which have been drawn between a large tree on the left,
and the left-hand side (or top) of a “setting Sun”:
appearance of those 13 “small circles” on the left, plus a large round
shape for the “setting Sun” on the right, would seem to suggest
metaphorically an act of sperm-egg “fertilization”, which may somehow
accompany this solar eclipse on August 21, in a way which we do not
in close detail, that “wavy line” of small circles might have several
possible interpretations. First and most obviously, those 13 “small
circles” may be meant to represent “13 days”. from when the new crop
picture appeared on August 8, until a partial solar eclipse at sunset in
southern England on August 21. Two other slides, posted in Comments for
this crop picture, explain how our Moon will move across Earth’s night
sky from “full” to “new” during those 13 days, so as to create a solar
eclipse on August 21.
Interestingly enough, the first 8 of those small circles
are “very small”, while the next 5 are only “moderately small”. Such
subtle differences of size might be meant to suggest a date of “August
8” when the crop picture appeared.
differences of size might also be meant to suggest a Mayan calendar date
of 0.0.4.13.4 for August 21, 2017, when the total (or
partial) solar eclipse will take place. Eight small circles would
represent in this context two digits of “4” and “4”, while the total
number of thirteen would represent a central digit of “13”.
In an even
broader landscape sense, this crop picture forms the shape of an
isosceles triangle with two nearby trees, only one of which has been
shown in the slide above. Such landscape symbolisms will be presented in
greater detail, further below on this page.
this new crop picture near Wootten Wawen on August 8 seems to refer to
an upcoming solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, which may be seen partly
at sunset (from high locations) in southern England. It also suggests
that the date of that solar eclipse will somehow represent an act of
beneficial “fertilization” for humans on Earth. Very good if true!
pictures from the summer of 2017 have suggested metaphorically that
friendly extra-terrestrials will bring a “Seed of Life” soon to humans
on Earth, so that we can prosper and grow; or else will bring a “Flower
of Life” that will grow and get bigger. That may be exactly what our
troubled world needs at present.
“isosceles triangle” and a third important landscape element of “serpent
looking down at a wormhole” (not shown here)
picture forms an “isosceles triangle” with two nearby large trees at
latitude 52.270o N, longitude 1.761o W, as may be
seen in some aerial drone photographs taken by Matthew Williams. The
apparent purpose of the crop artist, when drawing a pointed isosceles
triangle in that particular location, was to bring our attention to a
third important landscape element of “serpent (and a worm) looking down
at a square wormhole” some distance away, at latitude 52.263o
N, longitude 1.751o W as may be seen on Google Earth. The
“square wormhole” is located at latitude 52.271o N, longitude
landscape near this new crop picture thus shows: (1) a “flying aviator
bird” from the Pleiades M45, (2) a “flying bird with a worm in its
mouth”, who seems to be looking down at a “square wormhole”, and (3) a
“serpent” and “worm” and “man’s face”, who are looking down at the same
“wormhole” from another direction.
picture as drawn shows three overlapping symbolisms for: (1) a “star
trail” in the Pleiades M45 near its star Alcyone, (2) sky motion of a
full Moon on August 8, down to an eclipse at the setting Sun 13 days
later on August 21, and (3) a modified version of the “Quetzalcoatl
Headdress” crop picture from July of 2009, this time with 12 “rays of
light” on one side and 5 “rays of light” on the other side, so to as
suggest a year “17” (or 2017) which has been made from 12 years
(2001-2012) of the old Mayan calendar, plus 5 years (2013-2017) of a new
eclipse on August 21, 2017 will also take place on a Mayan calendar date
of 0.0.4.13.4, where the last two digits for month and day”as “13 and 4”
add up to “17”. Truly a lot of smoke for no fire!
“isosceles triangle” shape as formed by the new crop picture and two
large trees near Wootten Wawen on August 8, 2017: where does it point in
the landscape nearby, and what might it mean?
A new crop
picture near Wootten Wawen was drawn in the field, so that it creates an
“isosceles triangle” with two large trees nearby:
purpose of those unseen crop artists, when drawing such a “triangle”,
was to bring our attention to two large “worm” or “serpent” shapes in
the landscape some distance above. Please see a white, vertical dashed
line on the right in a slide below:
and “serpent” likewise seem to be looking down on a “square wormhole”
shape at lower left. Please see a white, slanted dashed line on the left
in the slide above.
landscape slides for this crop picture (posted near the top of this
page) show a “bird with a worm in its mouth” who is looking down at the
same “square wormhole”. Both landscape images seem metaphorical, and
might be meant to suggest that a “bird-serpent” is now looking at a
“wormhole exit” on his way to Earth.
another perspective, this crop picture and its associated “isosceles
triangle” point in the landscape toward an ancient symbol from Sumeria
for the healing god “Ningishzidda” (son of Enki), also known as the bird
god “Thoth” in Egypt, or “Quetzalcoatl” in central America
symbol is also the basis for our modern “caduceus” symbol of modern
commerce or medicine.
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)