Were extra-terrestrials watching from space in late June of 2010, when Hurricane Alex made landfall between Texas and Mexico? And did they draw an explicit picture of that event in an English field?
A remarkable crop picture was found at Ufton in Warwickshire on June 25, 2010 (see Ufton2010a). Many people thought at the time that it might show an schematic image of Hurricane Alex as seen from space (see comments). That hurricane formed suddenly on June 25, 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico near the Yucatan Peninsula, then made landfall five days later on June 30, 2010 near the border of Texas with Mexico (see /Hurricane Alex or www.nasa.gov).
The Ufton crop picture which represented Hurricane Alex was given a colloquial name of “All Seeing Eye”, because hurricanes usually have large central “eyes” where there is no cloud but only clear blue sky!
Now as the result of a helpful discussion on Facebook, two years later in April 2012, we can report on six overlapping codes associated with the Ufton crop picture. These codes (when studied as a whole) are so clever, that they essentially eliminate any “human made” hypothesis for crop circle formation (in this case). Instead, they seem to favour a hypothesis where the field image may have been created by visiting extra-terrestrials, who were watching a major meteorological event from space.
As a first clever code, the Ufton crop picture was “flipped” so as to create a mirror image of its true self. In other words, the flow of clouds within Hurricane Alex was represented schematically in the field as clockwise rather than counter-counter clockwise. Yet that is exactly is how the hurricane would be seen, if projected through the earth to the other side of our planet in England. In the slide below, we have “flipped it back” to counter-clockwise using Photoshop, so as to show its resemblance to Hurricane Alex more clearly:
In other words, if we were standing in southern England, and viewing a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico directly through the earth (and not around the surface of our globe), then we would see it as a mirror image of its true shape as seen from space. Just draw a “spiral” on a piece of paper, then look at it from the underside into a bright light, to understand this point more clearly!
As a second clever code, its month of formation (June or “month 6”) was coded by “six rays” or flows of cloud, above or below the “central eye”. As a third clever code, its day of formation (25th) was coded by “25 diamonds” on left or right, arranged as 1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + 9 = 25.
As a fourth clever code, the landfall of that hurricane in Mexico on June 30, 2010 was symbolized by placing it next to a “straight then curved road”, which resembles the shape of the coastline there. The field image was again “flipped” to show what someone would see, by a direct projection through the earth from Mexico to England. In the slide below, we have “flipped” the landfall coastline and shown the original field image, which has a “clockwise spinning hurricane”:
As a fifth clever code, that Ufton crop picture was oriented in the field toward sunset in the west-northwest (just after a summer solstice at latitude 52o N). Such a field orientation agrees well with a track of Hurricane Alex toward the west-northwest, through the Gulf of Mexico from June 25 to June 30, 2010:
As sixth clever code, the crop picture was placed in a field not far from a “hurricane shaped” forest of trees as seen from space. This may explain why they had to go so far from Wiltshire to Warwickshire to create this crop picture, because the required landscape imagery would have been hard to find:
We can also see the unflipped, original crop picture in this slide (inset left). It shows how Hurricane Alex would have appeared if viewed directly through the earth, from England to the Gulf of Mexico on June 25, 2010.
Almost two years have passed since the Ufton crop picture first was found. No one noticed or understood these six overlapping codes until last week in April of 2012, due to a helpful discussion on the Facebook page “Crop Circles-UFO’s-Ancient Mysteries-Scientific Speculations” run by Julian Gibsone of the Crop Circle Connector website (see facebook.com). We would like to thank Julian and others for help, and also Andrew Pyrka for use of a field photograph.
Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew, Caltech 1976-81, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology Cambridge 1982-86, CSIRO Australia 1987-2010)