might the two latest crop pictures at Maiden Castle on July 26, 2015
or Furzefield Shaw on July 29, 2015 relate to one another? Both show
images of “planetary astronomy” from the Ptolemaic system, while the
landscape around Furzefield suggests that unseen crop artists are
now in transit to Earth, while metaphorically “riding on a white
crop picture near Furzefield Shaw on July 29, 2015 shows the “grand
cross” arrangement of four planets from Ptolemaic astronomy, which
has been drawn outside of a delicate “lotus flower” near its
flattened ring of “petals” from that “lotus flower” shows four
patterned “serpent” or “bird” motifs. Please inspect close-up aerial
photographs as posted on a nearby webpage (see
furze field 2015).
related crop picture appeared near Maiden Castle on July 26, 2015.
It likewise shows an image from Ptolemaic astronomy of our Sun and
five bright planets or the Moon. Yet in this case, they are arranged
in a specific (rather than general) fashion around “Earth” at the
Maiden Castle, our “Sun” is the largest flattened circle along its
thin inner ring (near top centre). “Jupiter” lies opposed below with
“two moons”, rather than the expected four. “Saturn” was drawn just
to the right of “Jupiter” near the top, with a surrounding “ring”.
Three other small flattened circles along this thin inner ring might
be Mercury, Venus, Mars or our Moon.
details of this specific arrangement of planets, which was drawn at
Maiden Castle on July 26, are still under study and will be reported
soon. Other symbols along its large outer ring suggest “forward
versus retrograde motion” of the planets in a Ptolemaic system, and
a text message in what seems to be Morse code.
Landscape features nearby
these two crop pictures were drawn in carefully-chosen landscape
locations, which show features that enhance their intended meanings.
The crop picture at Maiden Castle on July 26 was drawn next to a
three-ringed hill fort, and three trees in a row. Those nearby
landscape features suggest “three orbits around Earth” or “three
years”. Other colourful images appear near Maiden Castle of a
“horned serpent”, a “serpent”, or a “large-beaked bird” (not shown
here, to be reported elsewhere).
picture at Furzefield Shaw on July 29 also shows many interesting
landscape features nearby. Some of these may be seen in the slide
away, we can see that this new crop picture was drawn just behind
the “head” of a large “horse” image in the landscape. A similar
landscape image was used at Hoo Mill on July 19, 2015 (see
hoo mill). To the right, we can see a “serpent with a man’s
face” who is “riding” that “horse”. Just below, we can see a
“large-beaked bird” who is striding from right to left, presumably
left, we can see a “man” who is “winking”, and whose legs look like
the symbol for “pi”. At lower right, we can see the image of a
“rabbit” or “hare”, like that which was drawn at Alton Barnes on
July 14 (see
alton barnes 2015l).
symbolic interaction between flattened crop and nearby landscape
features is often quite intimate, and may extend over a whole series
of crop pictures in time, drawn all across the world (or at least
across England and Europe). We can hardly study one without the
other, by analogy like for “particle” and “wave” in quantum
to Earth on a “white horse”
images, similar to the ones shown here, keep appearing over and over
again, as we study one crop picture after another in the summer of
2015. Their message seems to be, shown repeatedly, that the unseen
crop artists are now in transit to Earth (perhaps by means of a
spacetime wormhole, apparently on a rescue mission), and should
crop picture at Uffcott Down on July 25 was drawn in the landscape
not far from a “white horse” at Hackpen Hill. Visitors to that crop
picture have to walk past three large clumps of trees to reach the
new crop picture, which shows a “bird” or “eagle” flying within a
large “zero” shape (see
pictorial message is really quite easy to understand, as a kind of
countdown in time: namely “white horse > 3 > 2 > 1 > 0”.
Their arrival on Earth may thus lie not too far in our future.
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)