images of “Venus astronomy”, which were drawn in crops at Saint-Hippolyte
on June 13, 2019, may be usefully compared with similar images drawn in
crops at Forests Way on July 11, 2014. There were then just 11 Venus-Sun
conjunctions left to go, until a planned UFO event in Earth’s skies
The inclusion of certain abstract images which suggest “Venus
astronomy”, in a new crop picture near Saint-Hippolyte, France on June
13, 2019 (see
Hippolyte articles ),
has encouraged us to study those strange symbols in greater detail.
we could see two different symbolic representations which might relate
to the “astronomy of Venus”. On the left we saw “Venus eclipsed behind
the Sun” during an upcoming superior conjunction on August 14, 2019.
Then on the right we saw “four bright-crescent phases of Venus on either
side of our Sun”, as will be seen in Earth’s sky during an upcoming
inferior conjunction on June 4, 2020:
A slight “space” between the left and right-hand parts of this crop
picture might match when Venus changes its daily time of appearance from
Earth’s morning to evening sky, after a superior conjunction (or
eclipse) with our Sun on August 14, 2019.
Now at Forests Way on July 17, 2014, we could see similar
“dot-and-crescent” symbols drawn quite purposefully in crops. It was
therefore a challenge to figure out exactly what they might mean!
Right away, we were able to match all of the abstract symbols drawn at
Forests Way to certain well-known aspects of the astronomy of Venus as
seen from Earth. For purposes of clarity, we have “flipped” the
black-and-white image of this crop picture horizontally in the slide
below, so that going from left-to-right (rather than right-to-left)
means “going forward into the future”.
On the far left below, we can see the first of two bright-crescent
phases for Venus which were drawn there in crops. This symbol might
match a bright-crescent phase for Venus in Earth’s sky, during its
maximum elongation West from the Sun on March 23, 2014 (only four months
before the crop picture appeared):
Next by going from left-to-right across the entire slide, we can see
plausible symbols for a “superior conjunction” of Venus with our Sun on
October 25, 2014. then an “inferior conjunction” of Venus with our Sun
on August 15, 2015, followed by a second bright-crescent phase for Venus
during its maximal elongation West on October 26, 2015, and finally
another “superior conjunction” of Venus with our Sun on June 6, 2016.
Why did the crop artists draw this strange picture at Forests Way on
July 17, 2014? It was seemingly to inform us that their symbol for
drawn there in crops three times, equals the
length of time (292 days of 0.8 years) to pass from just one
(1) Venus conjunction with our Sun to the next.
Three “small dots”, drawn twice on the far right-hand side of this crop
picture, suggest that such a periodic process of “going from one
conjunction of Venus with our Sun to the next” will continue into the
future. Indeed, that is how the Mayans and Aztecs counted long periods
of calendar time in ancient central America.
When we use Google Earth, to study where in the landscape this “Venus
astronomy” crop picture from 2014 was drawn, we can see the figurative
image of a “man in
at lower left, who seems to be looking up in astonishment at a “large
on the right:
Along that bird’s “forehead” or “crest”, we can see a large capital
for “time”. A similar letter
was drawn in three places in the crop picture below (added as a small,
white, rectangular insert).
Just below that large letter
in the landscape, we can see two long, vertical columns of trees which
seem to suggest the number
There were likewise
“circles” or “crescents” in a crop picture drawn just below (please see
the white rectangular insert, enlarged at upper right).
Perhaps this crop picture was drawn to suggest that just
T = 11
Venus-Sun conjunctions remained in 2014, until a “man from Earth” will
look up to see a “huge bird” (or UFO) in Earth’s skies? The crop artist
Quetzalcoatl often uses a “quetzal bird” as his symbol.
If we count the inferior conjunction of Venus with our Sun on January
11, 2014 as “number 1”, then a superior conjunction of Venus with our
Sun on March 26, 2021 will be “number 10”, and another inferior
conjunction on January 9, 2022 will be “number 11”.
Alternatively if we start our count with a superior conjunction on
October 25, 2014, three months after the crop picture appeared at
Forests Way, then “number 11” will be the superior conjunction of Venus
with our Sun on October 22, 2022. See you there!
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)