Seppe Airport, Bosschenhoofd, Holland. Reported 19th May

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Two grass pictures in the Netherlands on May 19, 2015 point to images of “volcanos” in the landscape: a clever code for “15 Sip” or “day 55” in the Mayan Haab calendar seems also to have been patterned in the landscape, near the second grass picture at Seppe Airport  

Two grass pictures appeared in widely different locations on the morning of May 19, 2015, near Hoeven in the Netherlands. Such a “duplication of effort” might suggest that these field images express a very important message which the crop artists wish us to understand clearly?  

The first of those two grass pictures was drawn at Hoeven Nature Preserve, and has already been studied in detail (see comments). The second grass picture is even more interesting, and will be discussed below in an accurate and detailed fashion.  

A second landscape image of an “exploding volcano”

When I looked on Google Earth to see where the second grass picture had been drawn (near Seppe Airport), I saw once again that it points toward the nearby landscape image of an “exploding volcano”:  

A huge volcano erupted in southern Chile during early May of 2015 (see chile-volcano or Apocalyptic-skies-return-Chile-second-volcano-erupts-entire-landscape-bathed-blood-red.html), so perhaps both grass pictures from May 19 describe that event? Further volcanos are now erupting in Japan in the middle of May (see 

Drawn in month 5 of May on day 19  

Just below this “exploding volcano” in the landscape, we can see five “vertical bars” which suggest a series of numbers 1-2-3-4-5 and may represent month “5” of May:  

The date of appearance for this grass picture as May 19 or “5-19” was coded precisely by its field location and orientation, relative to a row of 19 small bushes nearby. It was drawn pointing with an “oval” shape toward bush number “5: 

Just on the left, a large “arrow” points to the “exploding volcano” motif, and suggests “volcano this way!”  

These symbols might also be read as “day 45” from a Mayan Haab calendar (see below). In that case, an oval and circle of fallen grass might each resemble a dot-like Mayan symbol for “20”. Five small “bushes” would add “5”. Day “45” in the current Mayan Haab calendar was May 19, 2015 (see 

Detailed patterning of the fallen lay  

A detailed patterning of the fallen lay within that “oval” circle suggests the typical “mushroom cloud” shape of a volcanic eruption, such as the one which occurred in Chile during early May:  

You can also see in this close-up photograph how the “oval” points toward bush number “5”, counting from the right. 

A third “volcano” image may be seen in a different perspective  

If we rotate the previously-shown landscape image by 90o, we can see yet another image of an “exploding volcano” from a different perspective:  

We can also see two large “numbers” in the landscape, just to the right of that “volcano”. They seem to read “1” and “5” for fifteen “15”:  

One might also interpret this series of landscape numbers “5-1-5” in terms of their sum “11”. 

Just below number “1” on the left, we can see a small rectangular symbol which resembles the Mayan month of “Sip” (boxed in blue). Sip is month “3” of the Mayan Haab calendar. Likewise we can see three downward protrusions along that highway, where the blue box “Sip” represents protrusion number “3”.  

Apparent “patterning” of the landscape, close to a new grass picture at Seppe Airport 

This rectangular symbol for “Sip” appeared so fascinating, that we decided to study in in closer detail. As shown in the slide below, the “Sip” symbol from “month 3” of a Mayan Haab calendar was changed slightly, so that it looks like a “winking face”:  

Three small horizontal “bars” at the centre left of this image, as well as two large landscape numbers “15” below, suggest a Mayan Haab date of “15 Sip”.  

This rectangular symbol also resembles a symbol “Ahau” from the Mayan Tzolkin calendar. Yet the count of days then cannot exceed “13”, whereas we see here (and below) many symbols for “15”, as would be allowed in the Haab.  

There are 7 or 8 small “dots” above, which might form part of a count of days “k’in” in the Mayan Long Count calendar. For example, the next Mayan date of “15 Sip” on May 29, 2015 has a Long Count date of 

Other clues also suggest “15 Sip”  

Just across the road from that rectangular image for “Sip”, we can see the rough outline of a “3-4-5” right-angled triangle, which inscribes a circle at its centre:  

That inscribed circle has a radius of 1, or a diameter of 2. Once again we see a series of numbers “1-2-3-4-5” which add to “15”.  

This may be a clever joke made by the crop artist, to suggest a date of “15 Sip”? There are two horizontal rows of bushes along the bottom of that “triangle”, which contain 15 plants each. The large rectangular “Sip” symbol contains three “bars”, which again suggest a Mayan number of “15”.  

“Day 55” of the Mayan Haab calendar seems to be suggested by both grass pictures on May 19, 2015  

There might be another way to understand these codes, in terms of a “total day count” from the Mayan Haab calendar. For example in our modern calendar, February 28 is always “day 59”, since January has 31 days and February has 28. In a similar fashion, any date of “15 Sip” is always “day 55” in a Mayan Haab calendar, which we may calculate from the sum of (20 + 20 + 15) = 55.  

When we examine landscape symbols which surround two grass pictures which appeared near Hoeven on May 19, we can see the Mayan number “55” in or near each of them.

Studying first the grass picture which appeared near Seppe Airport, we can see that a large rectangular symbol which lies nearby for “Sip” resembles the number symbol “55” from a Haab calendar, as shown in the upper part of the slide below:  

Studying next the grass picture which appeared near Hoeven Nature Preserve, we can see in the lower part of the slide above, that “two circles” from the grass picture, when combined with “three bars” and a “mouth” from the landscape, again suggest the Mayan number “55”. Turned sideways by 90o, two of those landscape “bars” might also suggest “11 days”.  

Any image of “winking eyes” tells us were to look for “hidden number codes”  

The grass picture near Seppe Airport seems to resemble “two eyes”, which have been drawn on a very small scale. One circle on the left has been drawn as an “oval”, while another circle on the right has been drawn as a “perfect circle”, possibly to suggest that a “pair of eyes” are “winking” at us?  

Indeed we can see a huge set of “eyeglasses” in the landscape above! The two “eyes” behind those “spectacles” seem to be “winking” at us. If we study several pictures along the right-hand side of this slide, we can see a “serpent” who is lying on top of those “spectacles”. We can also see a “laughing face” within a “spiral” from its fully-open “eye”. How clever can a “crop artist” get?  

We saw “hidden number codes” near Seppe Airport in two locations. In each case, there was a “winking set of eyes” nearby. First near the grass picture itself, which showed number codes of “5-19” from our calendar, or “day 45” from the Haab, to remind us that the grass picture was made on May 19. Then again within a rectangular box for “Sip” (shown on the right above). There two “winking eyes” told us to look for another number code. In that case, we saw an apparent date of “15 Sip” or “day 55” in the Mayan Haab calendar, which might suggest May 29, although other dates are possible.  

A “triangle and circle” code, just to the right of those “rectangular winking eyes”. gave a number series of 1-2-3-4-5, which likewise adds to “15”. These codes are extremely clever, like something out of the TV series “Fringe”. Who could have made them?  

The unseen crop artist seems metaphorically to be a “quetzal bird” who wears “glasses”  

With that question in mind, I went back to Google Earth, and carefully examined the landscape near each grass picture from Seppe Airport or Hoeven Nature Reserve for a second time. My efforts were rewarded, although the result is somewhat shocking. As shown below, the unseen crop artist seems metaphorically to be a “quetzal bird” with a human face, who wears “glasses”:  

Could we be talking here about a mysterious Mayan leader called “Quetzalcoatl”, who led many tribes in central, south or north America to great heights of civilization 2000 years ago? Then he and his colleagues suddenly left or disappeared. Might Quetzalcoatl have been a human time-traveller, whether from Earth or from the Pleaides star cluster?  

Each landscape image near Seppe Airport or Hoeven Nature Preserve shows a “quetzal bird” who is “wearing glasses”. Two “glasses” lie just above the “eyes” of the first “quetzal bird” near Seppe Airport, and match exactly where an oval and circle were drawn as the second grass picture. There is another large “set of glasses” in the landscape below. 

In similar fashion, two “landscape glasses” lie just above the “eyes” of the second “quetzal bird” near Hoeven Nature Preserve. The first “quetzal bird” near Seppe Airport looks like an “aviator”, while the second “quetzal bird” near Hoeven Nature Preserve looks like an “admiral”.  

In the two views shown above, our first “quetzal bird” near Seppe Airport seems to be watching “houses” get “tumbled around”, perhaps by an earthquake? Our second “quetzal bird” near Hoeven Nature Preserve seems to be watching a “bright square dot” (active volcano) near a “continental rift” (see Hoeven 2 comments).  

As for me, I feel like Jimmy Buffet when he sang his funny song “Volcano” (see or “I don’t know, I don’t know, I don’t where I’m a-gonna go, when the volcano blows!”  

Red Collie (Dr. Horace Drew)  

P.S. We would like to thank Robbert van den Broeke and his colleagues in the Netherlands, for their excellent work at carefully documenting these remarkable field images. And our friends in space, who have once again amazed us with their artistic excellence, good humour and intellectual complexity.




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