Crézancy-en-Sancerre, France. Reported 2nd June

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A large and beautiful crop picture at Le Briou (near Crezancy-en-Sancerre) in France on June 2, 2017 shows a schematic diagram of an upcoming solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, including “Baily’s beads” near the eclipsed Sun, and a “crescent” over the nearby star “Regulus”. This crop picture resembles a large “bird” shape in the landscape just below, which seems to be “flying” toward Earth with “L” for “love”.  

A large and beautiful crop picture appeared mysteriously at Le Briou (near Crezancy-en-Sancerre) in central France on June 2, 2017. Because it could be seen from a busy road nearby (the Route de Bourges or D955), slightly east of the town centre, it attracted many visits from people passing by (see des-crops-circles-sont-apparus-cette-nuit-dans-le-sancerrois).  

All of its aerial photos (see or or or ground photos (see Crezancy groundshots or appear spectacular. There seems to be little or no possibility that it was made using “rope and boards”. Many green plants within its large, central circle still remain standing on crop tramlines, despite other plants being flattened nearby, as the usual sign of a paranormal crop picture made by unseen energies (see for example woolstone field reports).  

The schematic image of a total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017  

Might this new crop picture describe an upcoming total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, in a somewhat artistic fashion?  

The long, horizontal part of that Le Briou crop picture suggests a transit of our Moon across the face of the Sun (as seen from Earth) on August 21 2017, which may be accompanied by bright “Baily’s beads” of light on either side:  

Another vertical part of the crop picture suggests how our eclipsed Sun and Moon will move past a bright star Regulus in the constellation Leo, as represented by a “crescent over a circle” on the left:  

That bright star Regulus, which is often called the “king star” of constellation Leo, seems to have been drawn with a “thin crescent” as its “kingly crown”: 

Drawn in the landscape over the “head” and “neck” of a large, figurative “flying bird”  

When we look to see where this crop picture was drawn in the local landscape, near the small town of Le Briou, we find that it was drawn just above the “head” and “neck” of a “flying bird” or “goose” shape (see Google Earth at latitude 47.283oN, longitude 2.766o E, southeast pointing up):  

The crop artist seems to be telling us that a “large bird” will be flying our way, toward planet Earth, while a total solar eclipse is in progress on August 21, 2017. Indeed, the overall shape of this crop picture does resemble a “bird”, which might be “flying” from right-to-left with two “outstretched wings”.  

A clever double-metaphor of “solar eclipse” versus “flying bird” 

An unseen crop artist has created a clever, double-metaphor here. Not only does the new crop picture resemble a schematic diagram of the upcoming solar eclipse on August 21, with “Baily’s beads” near a bright star Regulus, but it also resembles a “flying bird” with two “outstretched wings”, and a “lunar crescent” over its “head”, which looks like some kind of “aviator cap” as a pilot might wear.  

Even that landscape “bird” seems to be wearing an “aviator cap” with “goggles”: please look closely at lower left in the slide above!  

Now we can understand why the crop artist designed his field picture with all of the various shapes as shown, and also why he chose to draw it in crops over the “head” and “neck” of a “flying bird” in the landscape, near Le Birou in France on June 2, 2017.  

Flying this way with “L” for “love”  

That E.T. “bird” seems to be flying this way with love “L”. Please see a large, landscape letter “L” on the right (in the slide above) within an outlined white box.  

This is the same kind of landscape symbolism which was used in another “Baily’s bead” crop picture at Fonthill Down in England on May 30, 2017. The letter “L” was seen there along the side of a “descending space shuttle” (see fonthill articles).  

The detailed landscape image of a “tall, blond-haired man”, who is looking forward toward where the landscape “bird” is flying  

When we study details of the landscape more closely within this large “bird” shape, we can see the small, blue image of a “blond-haired man” who is “standing tall”, and looking forward (to the left) toward where the “bird” is flying:   

This “man” seems to be wearing a “blue garment” with a “white cross”, shown enlarged in an outlined white box at lower right. That particular detail of the landscape suggests a famous, French-English crusader known as “Richard the Lionhearted”: please see a small oil painting of his image which has been inset at lower right (see richard_lionheart). 

Just as the image of a bright star Regulus was drawn in crops with a “crescent crown”, as a “king star” in the constellation “Leo”, so a small landscape image of “Richard the Lionhearted” seems to have been selected as appropriate, for where this crop picture would be drawn.  

Other images of a “crusade”  

A similar “cross” and “crown” symbolism was drawn in crops near the Milk Hill White Horse in England on May 25, 2017. Again this suggested a “crusader” type of image, as supplied for example by famous paintings of Richard the Lionhearted (see whitehorse articles).  

Perhaps their new extra-terrestrial mission to Earth, along with all of these beautiful crop pictures which they have drawn from 1990 to 2017, represents some kind of “crusade”, meaning “going to battle in a faraway land”?

Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew)  

P.S. Many thanks to all of the wonderful French people who helped to document this new crop picture near Le Briou, whether by aerial drone or ground photographs, as cited above.



Crop Formation at Crezancy-en- Sancerre France  2nd June 2017.

At first sight, the sheer size in the field and the number of components making up this creation seems to mitigate  against any possibility of there being a logical geometrical structure involved.  However the quality of the directly overhead aerial photo and its freedom from any serious distortion made the case that an investigation could be worthwhile, and indeed it was.   The following print out of the ‘Connector’ photo illustrates the remarkable hidden geometrical structure and the following text explains how the total creation evolved logically step by step, starting from the concept of  a simple right angled triangle with 90 , 60, and 30, degree corners.


By following the stage by stage construction as explained below this crop formation can be reproduced to any desired scale, either on a drawing board or by other means in other media.  Measured dimensions are not required.  A pair of compasses and a means of producing a straight line such as a ruler are all that are required for a desk drawing. However the right angled initial triangle described above, regardless of overall actual dimension, must be accurately made with a set square or by using a protractor. 

The illustration shows all the hidden connection and construction lines which had to be used by the originator in the ‘stage by stage ‘ process of the evolution of the Formation, each stage setting up the elements for the subsequent stage. This process is explained in the Text below.  There are ten elements, five circles and five discs. All are labled for ease of identification in the Text. The initiating right angled triangle is outlined on the illustration by broken lines. To enable easy erasure if required, the connection and construction lines should be lightly pencilled in only.

Explanatory Text.

1.  Draw the initial triangle. This provides two of the essential elements. Its hypotenuse is the diameter of the largest circle ‘A1’ and the three corners mark the centres : 1; 2; 3;  of circles B1 and C1 and also the centre of half circle C1. Bisect the hypotenuse to find the centre of circle A1.

2.  Line in the diagonal which passes through Centre 2 and the centre of circle A1. Then line in the diagonal which passes through Centre 1 and Centre 3. The two diagonals now create the centre lines for the outlying small discs, B. C. D. E.

3.  Bisect the radius of Circle A1 as shown, to obtain the radius’s of the outer circles of  B1 C1 .D1.

4.  Part circle A2.has the same radius as the half radius of disc A1. Set the compasses to this dimension and move the compass point to a point along the diagonal running through disc C. to the position where part circle A2 ., can be drawn so that the ends of the circle intersect the circle A1 at the same location where circle C1 makes the same intersection. The centre of circle  A2. is now also the centre of disc C. and provides radius X which gives us the diameters of all the small discs , B. C. D. E., these  then form the perfect paralellogram  as shown  in the illustration with inside angles of 110, 70, 110, 70, degrees.

JS June 2017 .

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