A new crop
picture at Gerlingerstrabe, Germany on June 12, 2016 seems to follow
both stylistically and conceptually from an earlier crop picture in the
neighbouring field at Brandenburg on May 15, 2016: “Lower your wheels to
get ready to land!”
A new crop
picture at Gerlingerstrabe, Germany on June 12, 2016 seems related, both
stylistically and conceptually, to an earlier crop picture which
appeared in the neighbouring field at Brandenburg on May 15, 2016.
crop picture at Brandenburg on May 15 showed the humorous image of a
“space shuttle” in the landscape, which was “preparing to land” with a
“spinning front wheel” (see
crop picture at Gerlingerstrabe (in the next field) on June 12 again
shows the humorous landscape image of a “space shuttle”, which is
getting ready to land on planet Earth. Yet now the “pilot” of that
“space shuttle” is looking forward into the distance (or to the left).
There he sees the “flag” of a “landing signal officer”, which is marked
in the slide below with thin, white, dashed lines:
seems to be “circling” or “spinning” anti-clockwise as the “pilot” sees
it. What might this mean?
landing-signal officers on all aircraft carriers near the end of World
War II used 13 standard signals, conveyed using paddles or flags, in
order to communicate important information to the pilots of incoming
LSO_signals_day_US_Navy_1945). In this case, a “circularly spinning
flag” means “lower your wheels to get ready to land”:
of this new crop picture resembles the “spinning front wheel” of an ET
“space shuttle”, which was drawn in a neighbouring field one month
earlier. When we compare those two crop pictures directly, we can see
that both field images show six “spiral crescents” near a “hexagonal
field image on May 15 showed a “spinning front wheel” of some “ET space
shuttle”, as it touches down to land. Their second field image on June
12 showed a circularly-spinning “flag” or “paddle”, which would be a
message to the pilot of that space shuttle, that he should “lower his
wheels” in order to land soon on planet Earth.
field image on June 12 also showed 6 spiral crescents or 12 shapes in
total, so as to match numerically the 6th month and 12th
day of its appearance.
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)