instructive diagrams may be used to explain a clever “double metaphor”
on which the Woodway Bridge crop picture of August 24, 2016 was based
Bridge crop picture was based on a clever “double metaphor”, as
explained by a somewhat complex diagram shown below (thanks to Crop
Circle Centre for the starting graphic).
When we look
at Woodway from one perspective, we can see a set of “star trails”
through the moving night sky, with a “crescent Moon” overhead:
Yet when we
look at it from another perspective, we can see a human “eye” and
“pupil” with 13 curved stripes. In other words, the crop artist is
asking us to “watch the moving night sky”. What might be
we see there?
In the next
slide, we can see the schematic image of a “serpent” who is moving along
with the “planets and stars”:
be a metaphor for the mysterious “Feathered Serpent”, who drew a
“Quetzalcoatl Headdress” in crops in 2009? (see
study the landscape near this new crop picture, we can see a combination
of both “seeing eye” and “night sky” metaphors. Thus the crop picture as
a “seeing eye” has been drawn in alignment with a series of large trees.
of that “eye” saw a special alignment of Saturn-Mars-Antares on August
24, 2016 (red ellipse), then a special pairing of Jupiter with Venus on
August 27, 2016 (blue ellipse):
order to understand what this crop picture means, we need to study not
only a complex pattern in the fallen crop, but also look at it from two
different visual perspectives, each of which expresses a different
need to examine where it was drawn in the field, relative to certain
landscape features nearby. It was indeed a work of artistic genius!
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)