A new “Star
of David” crop picture appeared on July 28, 2019 near the small town of
Barton Stacey. It resembles a symbol from Christian theology for the
3-into-1 Trinity relationship of God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
with this “Christian” interpretation, it was drawn in the landscape just
below a large “cross” shape, made from two long lines of trees.
remarkably, it seems also to have been derived from another crop picture
which appeared on July 8, 2019 near Farley Mount by a “3-into-1”
Trinity-type of transformation. What are they trying to tell us?
A new “Star
of David” crop picture appeared on July 28, 2019 not far (about 1 km
away) from the small town of Barton Stacey, which has a small church
known as “All Saints” or “St. Michael’s” (please see
picture, in each of three inner triangular parts, shows a set of
1-2-3-4-5 small, layered polygons of various shapes, which resemble the
first five levels of Pascal’s Triangle:
Also in an
overall sense, it resembles the Christian symbol for a 3-into-1 Trinity
of God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
Might we be
interpreting this new crop picture correctly, in terms of several
symbols from Jewish or Christian theology, namely the “Star of David”
and a 3-into-1 “Trinity” relationship? Well, it was drawn just below the
striking landscape image of a large “cross”, made from two long lines of
“cross-and-star” shape which has been included in the slide above (at
upper right) is known as the “Star Cross”. At that local church of St.
Michael’s in Barton Stacey, they advise everyone to “Follow the Star”
earlier on July 8, 2019, a stylistically-similar crop picture appeared
near Farley Mount, close to a prominent “steeple” shape in the
How might we
be able to graphically transform one crop picture into the other? We
simply have to perform a “3-becomes-1” Trinity-type of transformation!
Do you think
any of this was an accident or a coincidence? Or that those two similar,
spectacular crop pictures were made by unseen men with rope and boards,
as the (fake news) mainstream media keep telling us? Personally as a
professional, Caltech and Cambridge-trained scientist, that hypothesis
seems to me very unlikely.
Why was it
drawn only one kilometre away from a small church of St. Michael’s in
Barton Stacey? Perhaps we are seeing now the start of the “end times” on
Earth, when many important things of a religious nature might happen?
that time Michael, the great prince who protects your people, will
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)
thanks to Nick Bull and The Hampshire Flyer for excellent drone