Two crop pictures in Italy near Torino Airport on June 23, 2015, or Cavallo Grigio on June 30, 2013, were among the most complex in modern history. Each showed multiple binary codes. Once solved in detail, some of these codes warn urgently against deceptive extra-terrestrials who “bear gifts” in the fashion of a “Trojan Horse”. Other codes suggest that friendly extra-terrestrials may return to Earth in the near future, possibly within 6 years. Such friendly extra-terrestrials seem to be communicating with us at present by drawing “crop pictures” in the fields, just as a computer would write binary images on a hard disk.
A crop picture which appeared near Torino Airport in Italy on June 23, 2015 showed four related binary codes. Along the outside, 16 “rays of light” were patterned as flattened (binary 0) or standing (binary 1) circles to say “timeo ET ferentes!” in 8-bit ASCII. This translates from Latin into English as “I fear extra-terrestrials bearing gifts!”, and refers to a legendary Trojan Horse. Four letters of “t-i-m-e” from the same binary code were patterned further, using “small triangles”, to say “7-25” as a possible date.
Next along the inside, a large ring was patterned with flattened (binary 0) or standing (binary 1) triangles to say humorously “hO backspace 3” or “hO hO hO”. This is the impish laugh of “Puck”, a magical character who was thought to make fairy rings or crop circles in medieval times. Close to the centre, a small ring was patterned again with triangles to say cryptically “return 24-7 equals 6”.
When we study both of its large and small rings together, we find two somewhat longer messages of “hO hO hO 24-7” (the crop artist is laughing all of the time), and “return 24 / (7 minus 3) = 6” (he may return to Earth in 6 years). Those two rings of crop were drawn offset relative to one another by 6 spaces, consistent with their message of “6” in binary code.
Another crop picture which appeared near Cavallo Grigio in Italy on June 30, 2013 showed only one ring of crop, which was patterned using flattened circles (binary 0) or flattened lines (binary 1). Yet that single ring contained four overlapping binary codes. Its first three codes said humorously “HDSK 4 ET” or “Hard Disk for ET”. The extra-terrestrial crop artists seem to be drawing binary messages in agricultural fields on Earth, just as a computer would write binary messages on a hard disk.
Its fourth code said “quit or exit M45 !” Consistent with this message, a related crop picture near Fabbrico in Italy on June 22, 2012 suggested that some of the crop artists may have already left the Pleiades M45 star cluster to head for Earth.
Many different binary codes have been drawn in modern crop pictures: some are easy to understand, while others remain cryptic and hard to understand
Many different binary codes have been drawn in modern crop pictures, from the summers of 2001 to 2015. That is apparently how advanced extra-terrestrials prefer to communicate with one another. In other words, they seem to prefer binary codes over written or spoken alphabetic languages.
The binary codes which have been drawn in crop pictures usually present new information at two different levels of clarity or understanding. First there may be a simple message which is easy to translate from ASCII into English, although it may not explain fully what the crop artists are trying to say. Next there may be one or more complex messages which can be hard to translate from ASCII into English, even though they are essential for understanding what the crop artists are trying to say.
Some crop pictures may even show “fun” or “humour”, as if certain extra-terrestrial races might possess a sense of humour like ourselves!
The crop artists know everything about us, and seem concerned with helping us to choose a path through time
Those unseen “crop artists” know everything about us, by studying our news or Internet feeds. They also seem to have an ability to view possible events through time. Humans on our planet have more than one possible future---nothing is “written in stone”---and the crop artists seem concerned with helping us to choose which path to the future we will take. “Much pain but still time”, they warned us at Crabwood in 2002. “Believe. There is good out there.” They also said in 2002 that their field messages are being sent to Earth through a “conduit” or spacetime wormhole.
Here we will concern ourselves with a more recent message of warning, namely “timeo ET ferentes!” or “I fear extra-terrestrials bearing gifts!”, which appeared in a crop picture near Torino Airport in June of 2015. It was accompanied by two other binary codes, which were not solved completely during the summer of 2015. A related crop picture had appeared two years earlier near Cavallo Grigio in June of 2013. Again its binary code was not solved fully at the time. Because these messages are so important in a scientific sense, we made a new and determined effort to solve them during February and March of 2016, and thereby found many new results as will be explained below.
Near Torino Airport on June 23, 2015, a series of 8-bit binary codes along 16 outer “light rays” of patterned crop showed a message of warning in binary ASCII as “timeo ET ferentes!”
“Trojans, do not trust this horse. Whatever it is, I am afraid of the Greeks, even those bearing gifts!” (Laocoon in The Aeneid, 25 BC)
A well-defined series of 8-bit binary codes were drawn within 16 “light rays” of patterned crop, along the outside of a spectacular crop picture near Torino Airport on June 23, 2015. Flattened circles represented binary “0”, while standing circles represented binary “1”. We quickly found that each 8-bit binary code represented a letter, or mark of punctuation, in standard ASCII using 128 characters. Hence we were able to solve for the precise meaning of that outer “light ray” message right away. It said in Latin (see Aeroporto comments):
“timeo ET ferentes!”
or translated into modern English
“I fear extra-terrestrials bearing (gifts)!”
Are certain extra-terrestrials planning an attack on Earth using the strategy of a “Trojan Horse”?
This message “timeo ET ferentes!” or “I fear ET bearing gifts!” was adapted from a famous phrase in the Aeneid by Virgil. Writing in Rome around 25 BC, he told the story of an ancient war between Greece and Troy, and of a deceptive “Trojan Horse” which was used to decide the outcome of that war, in favour of the Greeks over the Trojans
“timeo Danaos et dona ferentes!” or “I fear the Greeks, even when they are bearing gifts!”
“Beware of ET’s who bear gifts!”
We have been warned twice now in modern crop pictures to “beware of ET’s who bear gifts”:
In addition to the spectacular crop picture near Torino Airport on June 23, 2015, with its clever message of “timeo ET ferentes!”, we saw another complex crop picture near Crabwood Farmhouse in England on August 15, 2002. It showed the image of a “grey alien from Orion”. Nearby we could read a long message in binary ASCII from a spiral “hard disk” (see time2007n):
“Beware the bearers of false gifts and their broken promises. Much pain but still time. Believe. There is good out there. We oppose deception. Conduit closing \”
When might this supposed attack take place, by ET’s using a “Trojan Horse”?
The landscape near that Torino crop picture, when studied on a broad scale using Google Earth, shows a “crazy ET” flying in to land on an airport runway, then emerging to “hand out gifts”:
The crop picture itself was drawn as a “16-pointed star”, within the landscape image of a “book” with a “star” on its cover. A message of “timeo ET ferentes!” was added in binary code around the outside of that “star” (at latitude 45.085o N, longitude 7.951o E).
Not far above, we can see the image of a “man hanging on the gallows”, along with landscape numbers of “1” and “17”. Might that 16-pointed “star” for the crop picture be meant to suggest sometime in the year 2016? Could two other numbers of “1” and “17” be meant to suggest sometime in the following year of (2016 + 1) = 2017? We are only guessing, and do not know for sure.
Images of a “horse” or “Trojan Horse” were seen in the landscape near other 2015 crop pictures on June 15 at Newton Barrow (see newton articles), or on July 7 at Grozeithen (see Groziethen 2 articles). A related crop picture, which appeared on June 20, 2011 near Poirino (at latitude 44.957o N, longitude 7.856o E), also showed landscape numbers nearby for “17”.
Two binary symbols in the outer “light rays” at Torino 2015 were drawn as “small triangles” rather than as “small circles”, so as to create a new ASCII word for “time”
Somewhat unexpectedly, two binary symbols in the outer “light rays” at Torino were drawn as “small triangles” rather than as “small circles”. First within the ASCII letter “t”, which begins a message “timeo ET ferentes!”, we can see a small, outward-pointing triangle at location t-7 or 0111-01(>0)0:
Then within the ASCII letter “e”, we can see a small, inward-pointing triangle at location e-32 or 0110-010(<1), which is 25 binary digits later. It ends a four-letter word for “t-i-m-e”.
This new word “t-i-m-e” begins with 6 “small circles” 0111-01 from locations t-1 to t-6, then continues with a “triangular boxed” region of 26 binary digits (>0)0 0110-1001 0110-1101 0110-010(<1) from locations t-7 to e-32:
t i m e
0111-01(>0)0 0110-1001 0110-1101 0110-010(<1)
It says “time” rather than “timeo”, because a final letter for “o” has been omitted.
An early date for some “ET Trojan Horse” in the year 2016?
By drawing a 16-pointed “star” with a coded message of “timeo ET ferentes!”, were the crop artists trying to tell us that the expected date for an “ET Trojan Horse” will be sometime in the year 2016? Next by drawing two “small triangles” within that code, at locations t-7 and e-32 of a word for “time”, were they trying to tell us that an “ET Trojan Horse” will happen at some particular “time” during the year of 2016?
Their first “small triangle” at location t-7 could suggest month “7” or July. After proceeding for another 25 binary digits, we reach their second “small triangle” at location e-32. Might this well-defined interval of 7-to-32 suggest “25 days”?
If we start from a date of June 23 or “6-23”, when the Torino crop picture first appeared, and add 32 binary digits (or “days”) from the word “time”, then we reach the same date of July 25 or “7-25”. Sometimes we wish that those crop artists would be less cryptic in their messages!
Their first “small triangle”, at location t-7 on the outside, lines up with a binary number “7” or “0111” on the smallest ring of crop inside. This may help us to understand, why that small ring of crop was drawn with a particular rotational orientation as shown.
Those two “small triangles” can divide an ASCII word for “time” into two parts of 7 and 25, or else 6 and 26 binary digits, just like for other binary digits of 6 and 26 on a large ring inside
Interestingly enough, we can read the outer “triangle code” at Torino not only in terms of two numbers “7” and “25”, but also in terms of two other numbers “6” and “26”. This first diagram shows its relation to the numbers “7” and “25”:
t i m e
0111-01(>0) 0 0110-1001 0110-1101 0110-010(<1)
This second diagram shows its relation to the numbers “6” and “26”:
t i m e
0111-01 (>0)0 0110-1001 0110-1101 0110-010(<1)
Thus depending on how we count the digits, those two “small triangles” at t-7 or e-32 can divide an ASCII word for “time” into two parts of 7 and 25, or else 6 or 26 binary digits, just like for other binary digits of 6 and 26 on a large ring of patterned crop inside:
Are those crop artists trying to associate the word “time”, not only with numbers of “7” and “25”, but also with numbers of “6” and “26”? Another binary code, described below, suggests that the crop artists may be planning a return to Earth in “6 years”.
The smallest ring at Torino was divided into two parts of “5” and “27” binary digits, and does not match the “two triangle” code shown outside. Still an order of division of binary digits, when going from its small inner ring to its large inner ring to its outer “light rays”, changes consistently as:
5-27 > 6-26 > 7-25
This analysis has already gotten very complicated, and we are only halfway through studying just one crop picture, which appeared near Torino Airport on June 23, 2015! So far we have studied its two “outer” codes, both of which describe an “ET Trojan Horse”, and the expected “time” of such an event. Now we will study its two “inner” codes. What might they say?
Details of binary coding along two inner rings of patterned crop at Torino on June 23, 2015
An entirely separate set of 8-bit binary codes were drawn along two inner rings of the Torino crop picture on June 23. Flattened triangles represented binary “0”, while standing triangles represented binary “1”. Such inner ring codes were not solved satisfactorily during the summer of 2015. Various solutions were proposed, but none seemed entirely satisfactory (see Aeroporto articlesl or Aeroporto codes). Its large inner ring seemed to read “h O backspace 3” in binary ASCII. The symbols on its small inner ring remained untranslatable.
Finally in February of 2016, we noticed that a series of 8-bit binary codes on that small ring correspond to non-standard ASCII characters for “carriage return”, “divide by” or “equals” (see www.ascii-code.com). These three characters from its small ring make no sense on their own. Yet what happens when we read them in combination with three other characters from its large ring?
A series of 8-bit binary codes from its large inner ring say “h O backspace 3”
The large inner ring at Torino showed a series of three standard ASCII characters which represent the letter “h”, the letter “O”, a control character “Del” which means “backspace” or “go back”, plus two binary symbols “1-1” for the number “3”:
“h O backspace 3” suggests a slightly longer phrase of “hO go back, hO go back, hO go back” three times, or “hO hO hO”.
This was meant to be a joke! “Ho, ho, ho” is the traditional laugh of “Puck” or “Robin Goodfellow”, a mischievous character whom the English people thought made “fairy rings” or “crop circles” in medieval times (see roxbur).
Its coded instruction of “backspace 3” matches 3 empty rectangular “boxes”, which can be seen at upper left along that large ring of crop, just before a letter “h” (0110-1000) at the top, which is boxed in red. The entire ring can rotate backwards 3 times into those 3 empty “boxes”. By doing so, the first two letters “h” and “O” of its code will be repeated three times, to create a humorous message of “hO hO hO”.
Why spell those letters as “hO” rather than “ho” or “HO”? Well, a slight difference in binary coding between the ASCII characters for “h” and “H”, or between ASCII characters for “o” and “O”, generates another 8-bit character 0010-0000 which means “space”. Our crop artist friend is laughing “ho, ho, ho” or “HO, HO, HO” while he is up in “space”.
A series of 8-bit binary codes from its small inner ring say “return 24-7 equals 6”
The small inner ring at Torino showed a series of three non-standard ASCII characters which represent the control character “return” (or “carriage return”), decimal “24-7” or “divide” (from mathematics), “equals” (from mathematics), plus three binary symbols “1-1-0” for the number “6”:
Two sets of four binary digits which make up the number “247” may be split easily into “240” (1111 xxxx) and “7” (xxxx 0111). Given that the decimal number “247” means “divide” in computer language (see www.ascii-code.com or symbolcodes.tlt.psu.edu), we can read this character either as “24-7 divide” or as “24 / 7”.
All three characters therefore say: “return 24-7 (divide) equals 6” or possibly “return 24 / 7 equals 6”.
In commerce and industry, the expression “24 / 7” means “at any time”. It is not far from another code of “25 / 7” for “time” which was described above. Can the crop artist really “return” to Earth “24 / 7” or “at any time”? Perhaps he can, but this interpretation does not seem fully correct. For example instead of “24 / 7 = 6”, the coded equation should read “24 / 4 = 6”.
We can combine ASCII characters from both of its large and small rings, to find two somewhat longer messages
When we read binary codes from both of its large and small rings together, on two separate lines, we see:
h O backspace 3
return 24 / 7 = 6
Next by combining characters from one line with those from the other line, we can find two somewhat longer messages:
hO hO hO 24 / 7
return 24 / (7 backspace 3) = 6
The following slide explains in more detail, how we combined characters from two different lines to find these slightly longer messages:
First we learn that the crop artist is laughing all of the time: “hO hO hO 24 / 7”.
Next we learn that the crop artist plans to “return” to Earth in a time of “24 / (7 backspace 3) = 24 / (7 minus 3) = 6”.
Further humour was definitely implied here! Perhaps the crop artist is trying to tell us, rather cryptically, that only “6 years” remain until he returns to Earth to meet us face-to-face?
Another crop picture at Foxley Road in England on June 9, 2015 showed a spiral of 9 turns, close to a large landscape image of the number “minus 3” (see foxley articles). This was possibly meant to suggest that only (9 minus 3) = 6 units of time are left until they meet us face-to-face.
Do two rings of crop which were drawn offset by 6 spaces suggest “6 years”?
An offset orientation of those two rings of crop, relative to one another, may likewise suggest some measure of time. To be precise, the binary code from its small inner ring has to rotate clockwise by 6 places out of 32, in order to align with the binary code from its large inner ring:
This suggests the imagery of an “astronomical clock”, two real-life examples of which may be seen in Prague, Czech Republic or Mantua, Italy.
Are the crop artists trying to tell us that “6 years” remain until some important event, counting forward from the summer of 2015 to the summer of 2021? The crop-circle phenomenon began in earnest in 1990 as “year 1”. The summer of 2015 was “year 26”, while the summer of 2021 will be “year 32”.
Summary of four binary codes (and their combinations) which were drawn in crops near Torino Airport on June 23, 2015
This amazing crop picture contained so much information, that we feel a brief summary might be useful here.
There were two codes in its outer “light rays”: namely “timeo ET ferentes!” meaning “I fear ET bearing gifts!”, and “time = 7 and 25, or 6 and 26” as suggested by two “small triangles” near locations t-7 or e-32:
There were another two codes along its two inner rings: namely “hO backspace 3” or “hO hO hO” on its large inner ring, and “return 24 / 7 equals 6” on its small inner ring.
Two slightly longer messages may be found by combining characters from both of its large and small rings:
“hO hO hO 24 / 7”
“return 24 / (7 backspace 3) = 24 / (7 minus 3) = 6”
Here we can see several clever turns of phrase, worthy of Puck or Robin Goodfellow! The crop artist is laughing up in space, all of the time, as “hO hO hO 24 / 7”. He does not plan to return to Earth at any time “24 / 7”, but rather at a near-future time of “24 / (7 backspace 3) = 6”.
Where might these mysterious “crop artists” come from? And why are they writing cryptic messages to humans in fields worldwide? Some of the answers to these questions may be found in another remarkable crop picture which appeared near Cavallo Grigio on June 30, 2013.
At Cavallo Grigio on June 30, 2013, another clever message was drawn in crops as “H D S K” in binary ASCII
“Sometimes answers lead to more questions.” (Olivia Dunham in Fringe, 2010 AD)
Another remarkable crop picture appeared near Cavallo Grigio, slightly east of Turin, on July 30, 2013 (see www.youtube.com). It was related stylistically to the crop picture which appeared near Torino Airport on June 23, 2015, so that is why we are studying it here.
The major code at Cavallo Grigio said “H D S K” in binary ASCII, using four 8-bit characters which can be read clockwise around a central ring of 32 binary symbols. Flattened circles represented binary “0”, while flattened lines represented binary “1”:
We believed previously that this coded message might suggest a recipe for low-energy nuclear fusion. Those four letters of “H D S K” seem to match four chemical elements which are used in studies of low-energy nuclear fusion, namely H (hydrogen), D (deuterium), S (sulfur) and K (potassium) (see cropcirclesresearchfoundation.org or www.sott.net).
More recently, however, we found several new binary codes of a different character in the same crop picture, as will be described below. So we may need to re-evaluate what we thought earlier? We believe now that those four letters “H D S K” may be an abbreviation or acronym for the “Hard DiSK” or “Hard Disk System Keeper” of modern computer technology.
What might the cryptic phrase “H D S K” be trying to tell us?
This phrase “H D S K” may perhaps refer to some computer and its hard disk. It could represent an acronym for the “Hard DiSK” itself, or else for an “interface” of communication between a computer and its hard disk, known as the “Hard Disk System Keeper”.
Modern crop pictures are likewise an “interface” of communication between extra-terrestrials and humans on Earth:
Those ET’s seem to write binary symbols in the fields, just as a computer would write binary symbols on a hard disk. As researchers, we can read their “hard disks” from aerial photographs, then try to recover or “decode” their binary messages at a later date, just as we are doing here.
Six “small triangles” were drawn along the outer perimeter of this ring or “disk” of binary code, perhaps to suggest six ASCII characters in total. If so, where are the other two?
When we study aerial photographs of the crop picture at Cavallo Grigio in 2013, we can see a distinctive group of six “small triangles” which were drawn along its outer perimeter (at upper left in the slide below):
These six “small triangles” seem to suggest six ASCII characters in total. So far we have found just four ASCII characters as “H”, “D”, “S” and “K”. Where are the other two? The crop artists kindly provided us with further clues!
Three additional “small triangles” were drawn next to its central ring of binary code: they seem to mark the ends of two overlapping binary codes within a single ring of patterned crop
Three other “small triangles” were drawn next to its central ring of binary code. They have been circled in red or blue, on the right-hand side of a slide above. They seem to mark the ends of two different, overlapping binary codes within a single ring of patterned crop.
The first binary code of “H D S K” ends with a letter “K” or 0100-1011, which has been shaded in pink, above on the right. There a single “small triangle” (circled in red) was drawn over the “0100” digits of “K”, to mark an end of “code 1”.
The second binary code apparently ends with a new letter “E” or 0100-0101, which has been shaded in blue, above on the right. There two “small triangles” (likewise circled in blue) were drawn over the “0100” digits of “E”, to mark an end of “code 2”.
These two overlapping binary codes lie offset by four ring spaces from one another. They are both read clockwise. When we look for other ASCII characters in the same reading frame as ”E”, we find a new number “4” or 0011-0100. Two other sets of eight bits in that alternative reading frame do not match known ASCII characters.
These two overlapping binary codes now provide for six ASCII characters in total as “H D S K” or “4 E”.
A third overlapping binary code may be read in a reverse sense or anti-clockwise, from the same ring of patterned crop
Still our coded message seems incomplete! We have found six ASCII characters to match six “small triangles” which were drawn along the outer perimeter of Cavallo Grigio 2013. Yet what does it mean to say “H D S K 4 E” ?
Can any of these characters be read in a reverse or anti-clockwise sense, to extend the message in a meaningful way? Once again we have been given helpful clues by the crop artists, telling us where to look.
At Torino Airport in 2015, the word “ET” was drawn with two 4-bit segments pointing out 0100 0101 (“E”), then with two identical 4-bit segments pointing in 0101 0100 (“T”). On both sides of that word “ET”, we could see “two small triangles” pointing out, then “two small triangles” pointing in. Each set of “two triangles” has been circled in light blue, in the upper part of a slide below:
We can see “two small triangles” again at Cavallo Grigio in 2013. They have likewise been circled in light blue, in a lower part of the slide above. Next to those “two small triangles”, one ASCII letter may be read forward or clockwise as “E” 0100-0101, while another ASCII letter may be read in a reverse sense or anti-clockwise as “T” 0101-0100.
In summary, we have kept a total of six ASCII characters in a physical sense, but have read one of them anti-clockwise rather than clockwise, to give seven readable characters in total. The overall message of Cavallo Grigio 2013 now becomes:
“HDSK 4 ET” or “Hard Disk for ET”
Writing the binary code from Cavallo Grigio in hexadecimal base-16
Here we have simply switched the order of reading 4-bit segments in hexadecimal base-16, which is a commonly-used computer format. Thus an ASCII letter “E” may be read clockwise as “4-5” in hexadecimal, while a letter “T” may be read anti-clockwise as “5-4”.
Three other hexadecimal characters as “H” or “4-8”, “K” or “4-11”, and “C” or “4-3”, may be found in the same reversed, anti-clockwise reading frame as “T” or “5-4”. These might seem to suggest a slightly longer message of “CHK HDSK 4 ET” or “Check Hard Disk for ET”. However they do not appear in the correct order to do so convincingly.
Once converted into hexadecimal, all of the binary codes (bordered by two thin lines) at Cavallo Grigio may be written concisely as:
clockwise 4-8 4-4 5-3 4-11 (“H D S K”)
clockwise 3-4 11-4 8-4 4-5 (“4 x x E”)
anti-clockwise 5-4 4-8 4-11 4-3 (“T H K C”)
Not all binary information, however, may be meaningful in terms of modern English.
The landscape near Cavallo Grigio in 2013 showed a “bird” making a “tweet” onto a “Hard DiSK for ET”
The landscape near Cavallo Grigio on June 30, 2013, when studied using Google Earth (at latitude 45.089o N, latitude 8.104o E), shows a large “bird” who seems to be “sitting on a branch”, and “tweeting” out a message in the fields nearby:
That landscape “bird” is tweeting “HDSK 4 ET”. Modern crop pictures do sometimes seem analogous to a “Hard DiSK for ET”. Friendly extra-terrestrials may write messages in crops on the surface of the Earth, which local humans can read or study later.
On a much larger scale in the landscape, near this same crop picture, we can see the image of an “coiled serpent” who seems to be wearing a “jester’s hat”, with “binary symbols” along one side. In ancient central America, the legendary god-teacher Quetzalcoatl was symbolized by both “bird” and ”serpent” shapes. “Quetzal” means “bird”, while “coatl” means “serpent”.
A fourth overlapping binary code at Cavallo Grigio 2013 said “quit or exit M 45 !”
Studying this crop picture even more closely, we can find a fourth binary code which says “quit or exit M 45 !”:
That fourth code begins 6 ring spaces clockwise, from where 6 “small triangles” were drawn along the outer perimeter.
It lies 2 ring spaces clockwise from “code 1” as “H D S K”, or 2 ring spaces anti-clockwise from “codes 2 and 3” as “4 ET”.
“M45” is another name for the Pleiades star cluster
“M45” or “Messier 45” is another name for the Pleiades star cluster:
Perhaps those crop artists “quit” or “exited” the M45 star cluster recently, in order to head for Earth?
Six “small triangles”, which were drawn along the outside of Cavallo Grigio in 2013, create fairly good geometric match to five bright stars of the Pleiades which are called Atlas, Alcyone, Merope, Electra or Maia.
Another crop picture at Fabbrico, Italy in 2012 showed someone “leaving” the Pleiades M45 by a “spacetime wormhole”
Another crop picture which appeared near Fabbrico, Italy on June 22, 2012 showed the schematic image of someone “leaving” the Pleiades M45 by means of a “spacetime wormhole”.
A series of “circles”, which were used to represent that “wormhole”, were drawn with four different sizes, in order to suggest a matching date of June 22, 2012 or (12).18.104.22.168 in the Mayan Long Count calendar:
At the very centre of that crop picture, we can see a highly patterned lay of fallen wheat. Its centre shows 7 standing tufts arranged geometrically as “6 around 1”. This geometry resembles the seven brightest stars of the Pleiades, known as the “Seven Sisters” (see www.youtube.com or www.youtube.com).
Another standing tuft was drawn just outside of that seven-tuft centre. It might represent two nearby stars called “Atlas” and “Pleione”, which we can see just off to the left, when looking at the Pleiades M45 from Earth.
“Exit M 45 !” we were told one year later in binary code at Cavallo Grigio in 2013.
A peculiar Mayan cultural influence on modern crop pictures
Another reference to the Mayan Long Count calendar was drawn in crops five days earlier on June 17, 2012 near Santena, Italy. There we could see an “inner planetary system” for the date of December 21, 2012 (see www.youtube.com).
There have been many references to a Mayan Long Count calendar in crop pictures over the years. All seem to relate to a mysterious god-teacher called “Quetzalcoatl”, who seemingly visited Earth from the Pleiades long ago, and lived with the Mayans in central America. A spectacular pyramid, called the “Pyramid of Kukulkan”, was built in his honour at Chichen Itza around 900 AD. It lines up with the Sun and Pleiades once every year (see diagnosis2012.co.uk). A crop picture called the “Quetzalcoatl Headdress” appeared near Silbury Hill on July 5, 2009 (see time2010f or www.youtube.com).
Having presented so much new material, we will now summarize what we have learned.
Similar principles of artistic style and binary coding were used in both crop pictures from Torino Airport in 2015 or Cavallo Grigio in 2013
Two crop pictures from Torino Airport in 2015 or Cavallo Grigio in 2013 show similar principles of artistic style and binary coding. They also resemble two other crop pictures which appeared near Poirino in 2010 or 2011 (see www.youtube.com or www.youtube.com or www.youtube.com).
To summarize briefly:
A clever code from Poirino 2010 said in decimal ASCII: “E = MC^2”.
Another clever code from Poirino 2011 said in binary ASCII: “Ea Enki space”.
Four overlapping codes from Cavallo Grigio 2013 said in binary ASCII:
“H D S K” (6 small triangles outside)
“H D S K 4 E T” (2 + 1 small triangles inside to mark extra ASCII letters)
“quit or exit M 45 !” (rotate by 6 spaces)
Four related codes at Torino Airport 2015 said in binary ASCII:
“timeo ET ferentes!” (2 + 2 small triangles near a word “ET”)
“time = 7 and 25, or 6 and 26” (2 small triangles near a word “timeo”)
“hO backspace 3” or “hO hO hO” (large inner ring read by itself)
“return 24-7 equals 6” (small inner ring read by itself)
“hO hO hO 24-7” (large and small inner rings read in combination)
“return 24 / (7 backspace 3) = 6” (large and small inner rings read in combination)
The three most important of these binary codes were drawn in crops near Cavallo Grigio, Italy in 2013, near Torino Airport, Italy in 2015, or near Crabwood Farmhouse, England in 2002:
We looked for “hybrid” codes which might join symbols from Cavallo Grigio to those from Torino Airport, but did not find any.
Each new Italian crop picture seems conceptually different from its predecessors, although similar in style and coding. For example, Poirino 2011 used 7 outer “light rays” to say “Ea Enki space”, while Torino 2015 used 16 outer “light rays” to say “timeo ET ferentes!”. The central ring at Cavallo Grigio 2013 said “H D S K”, while the small inner ring at Torino Airport 2015 said “return 24 / 7 equals 6”.
Most of these binary codes are very cryptic, yet they were designed and laid out in their respective fields by space-faring extra-terrestrials. What else would you expect?
Summary and conclusions
Here we have studied in precise detail, the many related or overlapping binary codes which were drawn within two remarkable crop pictures near Torino Airport in 2015, or near Cavallo Grigio in 2013.
The Torino crop picture provides us with another warning about unfriendly aliens who “bear gifts” in the fashion of a Trojan Horse: “timeo ET ferentes!” Yet it also assures us in a humorous way “hO, hO, hO” that other, friendly extra-terrestrials will return to Earth soon: “return 24 / (7 minus 3) = 6”. It shows such information to us by means of a clever puzzle in mathematics, so that the message cannot easily be forgotten.
Might this metaphor of a “Trojan Horse” refer to some computer-based attack? Other paranormal sources (not described here) suggest that we should “check all artificial intelligences” for a “Greek virus”, or otherwise there will be an “E-threat” soon. The “Stuxnet” virus is our most well-known example of a computer-based weapon (see Lethal-Stuxnet-cyber-weapon-just-engineered-lab or stuxnet-kaspersky-iran-companies).
There are indirect suggestions in the Torino crop picture of a “time” for that attack as “7-25”: perhaps in the year 2016 or later? Three 32-bit ring codes vary in their subdivisions as “5-27” to “6-26” to “7-25”, when going from its centre to its outer parts:
5-27 > 6-26 > 7-25
Along those outer parts, two “small triangles” at locations t-7 or e-32 define an ASCII word for “time”, with 25 binary digits between them. In other words, a 32-bit series of symbols on the outside has been divided subtly into two parts of “7” and “25”.
Another code for time on its small inner ring suggests humorously two parts of “7” and “24” using ASCII. Thus the “time of a Trojan Horse” on the outside is “25 / 7”, while a “time of return” on the inside is “24 / 7” or perhaps even “24 / (7-3) = 6”.
The Cavallo Grigio crop picture was less complex, and seems to suggest mainly that friendly extra-terrestrials are using “crop pictures” to communicate with us over a distance through space and time, just as a computer might write images in binary code on a hard disk. “Tweet, tweet” says the landscape “ET bird” as seen there, laughing all of the time as “hO hO hO”. These are no doubt attempts to reassure us, and to assuage our fears.
We can expect more highly-coded crop pictures in England and/or Italy, when the summer season of 2016 begins. This long article was intended to provide a secure point of reference for future work.
Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew)
P.S. We would like to thank Valeria, Silvio, Marina, Damiano, and all of the other Italian crop-circle photographers or researchers who have made this research possible.
Appendix 1. The crop artists have warned us twice now to “beware of ET bearing gifts”
“How can just a few sailors in wooden ships be a threat?” the native American tribes may have thought in 1626 AD:
“The Greek fleet has left. Open the city gates, and accept their wooden horse as a gift!” the citizens of Troy may have thought in 1188 BC:
Appendix 2. Further visual presentations of four binary codes drawn in crops near Torino Airport on June 23, 2015
Appendix 3. Further visual presentations of the distinctive field location near Torino Airport on June 23, 2015: is the "ET Trojan Horse" a "computer virus"?