I would like to make some comments on your Milk Hill June 2009 crop circles, which you interpret as pointing to planetary alignments on 2nd June..  It seems that over a period of 24 hours or longer, around that date, there are a few other celestial events that you have not noted, namely -

1st June 2011 -            New moon – Partial solar eclipse

2nd  June 2011 -          Planetary Alignment shown below –

Asteroid 2009 BD (0.9 Lunar distance from earth)

I have copied some of your diagrams for convenience sake, with my comments below.

1st June 2001

Firstly, in the diagram below, regarding the lower 3 spheres, my attention has been drawn to the slightly bent axis running south to north.  This bent axis would indicate an almost perfect alignment between 3 spheres.

Secondly, the largest object in the “picture” has a strange shape, as if it is partially eclipsed.  Is it possible that the three lower spheres are labeled wrongly, and the odd shaped sphere is actually the sun in partial-eclipse as viewed from earth with the moon in between.  Maybe the two large “rays” pointing downwards are intended to show the phases of the moon as it moves about in the reflected sunlight.  I also wonder, what is the purpose of the two bars on the bottom pendulum unless they emphasize movement off the axis ?

Thirdly,  as a result of the above observations, if they have been wrongly labeled they could read  - - from bottom upwards - Earth, (below the viewing sextant and therefore looking up at the (black) new moon which via the slightly bent axis shows it is partially eclipsing earth’s view of the Sun.  You do after all say that the new moon is on the horizon when viewing the alignment from earth, and therefore the earth would be even lower, at the bottom.  However this would mean that the moon and the earth are not to scale.



2nd June 2011

When it comes to the top half of the picture, showing the 5 attached planetary orbits – there might be three options –

Firstly, as you suggest, it may in fact be the view from earth of the moon and four planets on 2nd June, and maybe this is intended to show the position of the planets after the 1st June partial eclipse of the sun, when the view from earth shows a little moonlight in the new-moon phase.

Secondly, Planetary orbits are certainly not attached to the earth, which is another reason to think that the largest flattened orb in partial eclipse is actually the sun.  In this instance, the top half of the picture may simply show the 5 inner planets in their normal orbits around the Sun, being Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter on either date. 

Thirdly, in the above instance your mysterious X “ringed” object would then sit between Earth and Mars somewhere in the Asteroid Belt and might indicate a potential threat which first appears on this date. 

Asteroid 2009 BD (0.9 Lunar distance from earth)

This asteroid is to come into close encounter with the earth’s orbit on 2nd June 2001, (inside the orbit of the moon) if I understand it correctly.  Although it is not listed as imminently dangerous, with such a close encounter, it might become so in the future if its orbital direction is quickened, slowed, or altered in any way from the earth’s gravitational pull. 

I would be interest in your comments.

Regards,   E.A.R.   


Mark Fussell & Stuart Dike

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