spacetime wormhole: another image of the “Cheshire Cat” was drawn in
crops near Figsbury Ring on July 22, 2016
“Cheshire Cat” was drawn in crops as emerging from a “spacetime
wormhole”: all we can see is his “face”!
“The ‘Cheshire Cat’ is a fictional
cat popularised by Lewis
Adventures in Wonderland. He can appear or disappear at
will. One of his distinguishing features is that, from time to time, his
entire body may disappear, so that the last thing we can see is his
iconic grin” (see
of the “Cheshire Cat” from modern movies may be seen here (www.youtube.com
Each side of
this crop-drawn “spacetime wormhole” contains 17 feather-like shapes.
That matches a landscape number of “17” which was suggested by a crop
picture in East Field on the same day (see
eastfield 2 articles). If it is a measure of time, then it could
mean “17 days” or the “year 2017”.
face of this “Cheshire Cat” was made from two Fibonacci “golden
spirals”, which add together to form a “golden heart”, just like at
Wilton Windmill on July 15, 2016
crop picture at Figsbury Ring on July 22 is the second time in 2016,
when a “Cheshire Cat” has been drawn in crops. The first occasion was
one week earlier on July 15 at Wilton Windmill (see
wilton windmill articles)
see in the landscape nearby a “rabbit hole”, a “white knight” and a
“young woman’s face”
with the crop-drawn image of a “Cheshire Cat”, we can see in the
landscape near this new crop picture several other iconic themes from
“Alice in Wonderland”: namely a two-ringed “rabbit hole” (made by
Figsbury Rings), a “white knight” (just above that “rabbit hole”), and a
“young woman’s face” (circled in yellow, and presumably the face of
to be no doubt, therefore, about whether the crop artist has intended to
convey to us the image and metaphor of a “Cheshire Cat”.
this mysterious “Cheshire Cat”, who can appear or disappear at will?
Might it be the crop artist “Quetzalcoatl”?
Why did the
crop artists just drawn a “Cheshire Cat” twice in crops: once at Wilton
Windmill on July 15, 2016, then again at Figsbury Ring on July 22, 2016?
Who is this metaphorical “Cheshire Cat”? Could it be the mysterious
“Quetzalcoatl”, who comes possibly from the Pleiades M45? (see
“Cheshire Cat” may appear soon in Earth’s skies, by means of a
“spacetime wormhole”: he promises to help us like a “white knight”
One thing is
certain: in the troubled days to come, it will be good to remember that
a powerful and friendly “Cheshire Cat” may appear suddenly in the skies
near Earth, using a metaphorical “rabbit hole” or real-life “spacetime
wormhole”. He implies that will come to help us as a “white knight”,
just like in the fictional story of “Alice in Wonderland” (see
another metaphor, which has been drawn in many other crop pictures (or
their nearby landscapes) over the years, he will come riding in on a
“white horse”, with love “L” for humans on Earth. The presence of so
many “white horse” figures on the hills of Wiltshire may explain why
that particular county of England was chosen, as an epicentre for the
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)