approximate “60-60-60 triangle” in the landscape at Fonthill Down on May
30, 2017, made from the new crop picture and two nearby field objects,
suggests a “trine” arrangement of our Sun and Moon with two other
planets Saturn and Uranus, during the total solar eclipse of August 21,
metaphor of this new crop picture at Fonthill Down seems to be that an
upcoming solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, with its shining “Baily’s
beads”, will be like a spinning “flower” which is “spreading the Seeds
of Life” (please see
fonthill comments or a slide above). A previous pair of crop
pictures at Summers Lane on May 28 expressed almost the same metaphor:
that this upcoming solar eclipse, near the star Regulus and planet
Mercury, would be like a “Seed of Life” from sacred geometry (see
summers 1 comments).
previous pair of crop pictures near Summers Lane was drawn in the
landscape so as to create a “night sky map” of the August 21, 2017
summers 1 articles). Might this new crop picture at Fonthill Lane
have been drawn in the landscape in some equally clever way?
study aerial photographs taken by Matthew Williams, we learn that this
new crop picture at Fonthill Down on May 30 was drawn so as to create an
approximate “60-60-60 triangle” in the landscape, with two other field
objects nearby. One of the “rays” from its six-petalled “flower” points
toward a large knoll of trees at lower right (in the slide below), while
another “ray” from that “flower” points toward a small, permanent circle
or mark in the landscape at lower left:
“60-60-60 triangle” might suggest a “trine” pattern from astrology,
where three major sky objects differ in location in Earth’s sky by 120o,
or by 8 hours in Right Ascension, from a geocentric perspective. When we
searched to find out whether there will be a “trine” arrangement of
planets during the solar eclipse of August 21, 2017, we learned that
this will be the case!
21, 2017 (see the “astrology chart” inset above at upper right), our Sun
and Moon during eclipse will be in a “trine” alignment with Saturn and
Uranus. Saturn is a “large planet with rings”, while Uranus is also
large, but so far away that it appears as a “tiny and faint circle” when
seen from Earth.
If this new
crop picture at Fonthill Down represents our “Sun and Moon” during a
total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017 (see
fonthill comments), then those two nearby landscape objects might
represent “Saturn” (as a large knoll of trees with rings) or “Uranus”
(as a tiny faint object, barely visible from Earth). It does not really
matter whether this particular astrology chart (taken from the Internet)
is a mirror image of that “triangle” in the landscape, because the
left-right symmetry of any astrology chart is arbitrary.
just along the hillside just behind this crop picture, we can see a
large capital letter “L” in the landscape, which usually stands in crop
circle symbology for “love” (just like at Summers Hill on May 28, see
summers 1 articles).
to Matthew Williams for excellent aerial photographs of this new crop
picture near Chicklade and others (see
P.S. We can see all of these landscape field alignments, and the
approximate “60-60-60 triangle”, very clearly in some 360o
aerial photographs taken at Fonthill Down (see
PHOTOS). Within a large capital letter “L” for “love” on the
hillside nearby, we can also see a long, thin “crescent” of trees. Those
trees resembles a “thin crescent Sun”, which we will see just before
eclipse totality on August 21, 2017.
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)