Little Knoll. Nr Maiden Bradley, Wiltshire. Reported 9th June.

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A beautiful surprise came our way near Maiden Bradley on the “strawberry full Moon” of June 9, 2017: a small central “basket weave” which looks like a “strawberry fruit”, and a large “bisected pentagon” which suggests 5/2 lunar months until the total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017  

The first impression we get, when looking at this new crop picture near Maiden Bradley, is of two large, concentric “pentagons” with a complex “basket weave” in the centre:  

The larger of those two “pentagons” (outlined in white) has been bisected along its outer edges, in accord with what is called “r10” symmetry (see Pentagon).  

This crop picture appeared on the night of a rose-coloured “strawberry full Moon”. Its central circle (outlined in pink), which has been filled by a “basket weave” of fallen barley plants, does indeed resemble the rough, uneven surface of a red “strawberry fruit”, which grows many “seeds” along the outside:  

That central “basket weave” shows the overall shape of a “small pentagon” (outlined in white).  

Meanwhile the outer parts of this crop picture show the shape of a “large pentagon” (again outlined in white), which has been bisected by another 5-fold symmetric motif, so as to show approximate 10-fold symmetry.  

Why would those unseen crop artists choose to draw the outer parts of this crop picture in a slightly different way, from its highly-woven inner parts?  Quite plausibly, they may have wished to remind us of how long it will be until a total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017.  

When counting in terms of “lunar months”, since June 9 was a full Moon, there will be exactly two and one-half lunar months from when this crop picture appeared, until the solar eclipse takes place: namely June 9 full, June 23 new, July 9 full, July 23 new, August 7 full, then August 21 new. By drawing a “bisected pentagon”, those crop artists cleverly expressed a fraction of “5 divided by 2”, which is the same as “two and one-half”.  

Several long “lines of trees” in the landscape, not far from where the crop picture appeared, likewise suggest by their relative lengths (two long, one short) a number of “two and one-half” (see Google Earth at latitude 51.133o N, longitude 2.278o W).  

When we study that central “basket weave” in greater detail, we can see that it has been carefully woven into a series of three concentric pentagons, followed by an inward “spiral” near the centre:  

Each side of its largest pentagon shows “5 spots”, thereby giving 25 spots in total around the perimeter. Each side of its next largest pentagon shows “4 spots”, for 20 spots in total around the perimeter. Each side of its third largest pentagon shows “3 spots”, for 15 spots in total around the perimeter.  

If this mathematical pattern were to continue, with two more small pentagons inside, they would show 10 or 5 spots each around their perimeters. There would have been a total of (25 + 20 + 15 + 10 + 5) = 75 spots for the entire pattern.  

Instead, perhaps because those two inner pentagons were hard to draw in a coarse medium like barley, the “basket weave” continues inward with two turns of an anti-clockwise “spiral” near the centre. It therefore looks just like a “coiled serpent” motif, which was drawn at the centre of another crop picture at Woolstone Hill on June 4, 2017 (see woolstone 2017).  

A total of “75 spots”, for the expected pattern of five concentric pentagons, would have matched the number of days in two-and-one-half lunar months: namely (2.5 x 29.53) = 74 from June 9 to August 21, 2017, when a total solar eclipse will be watched over the continental USA.  

Finally, this artistic motif of “concentric pentagons” was also drawn in crops two weeks earlier, on May 28, 2017 at Summers Lane:  

An upcoming solar eclipse on August 21, 2017 seems very important  

To conclude, a whole series of crop pictures from April or May (and now June) of 2017 have described various aspects of an upcoming solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. Their most recent crop picture, prior to this one, suggested “78 days” from June 4 until August 21 (please see the last slide on woolstone articles). Now on a date of June 9, they have suggested “74-75 days” or two-and-one-half lunar months.  

Human fakers? Not in a million years!  

We cannot know whether anything important might happen on August 21, apart from a wonderful solar eclipse which will be watched by millions of people. Yet we do know that this new crop picture near Maiden Bradley was 100% real, paranormal, and presumably “E.T. made”.  

No local humans, working on the ground, could possibly (in a million years) have created the highly intricate “basket weave” shown above. The burden of proof now lies on the rest of the scientific community, living on Earth today, to show that they could somehow be more intelligent than the many dull-witted academics of Europe in the 17th century, who continued to support an “Earth-centred solar system” for 80 years, after Galileo, Kepler and Copernicus proved factually otherwise around 1620.

Appendix 1. Two related images of a “solar eclipse”

Appendix 2. A crop picture near Maiden Bradley in England on June 9, 2017 points in the landscape toward a large, round clump of trees, which looks like the “eye” of a “flying bird” when studied on Google Earth. This is exactly the same kind of landscape alignment and symbolism which was chosen for a crop picture near Le Briou in France on June 2, just one week before.  

A crop picture near Maiden Bradley in England on June 9, 2017 points in the landscape toward a large, round clump of trees, as may be seen in the aerial photograph shown below. This alignment has been marked by a white dashed line, and by thin white circle on the right:   

When we study this same region of the landscape on a much broader scale using Google Earth, that large clump of trees now looks like the “eye” of a “flying bird”. Here we have marked that crop-picture-to-trees alignment, noted in the previous slide, by a short, green dashed line from the crop picture to that bird’s “eye”:  

Now this was exactly the same kind of landscape alignment, from a new crop picture to the “eye” of a “flying bird” with “upraised wings”, which was drawn in crops near Le Briou in France on June 2, 2017 (please see also the last three slides of  

The underlying rationale for how those mysterious crop artists choose to make new pictures in certain locations on Earth, or what they choose to draw in those locations, has now become clear. In this case, they were looking first for the landscape image of a “flying bird”. Next they selected a more detailed field location for each intended picture, close to the “eye” of each “bird”, whether in England or France.  

In France on June 2, they next drew an abstract image of a “bird flying”, with other symbols to suggest a solar eclipse which will take place on August 21, 2017.  

Then in England on June 9, they drew the image of a “bisected pentagon”, perhaps to suggest 5/2 lunar months until that eclipse takes place? They also added an intricate “basket weave” at the very centre of their drawing with the textured “seeds of a strawberry”, on the night before a “strawberry full Moon”.  

In both cases, a “flying bird” seems to be watching events on Earth, or as will be seen soon in Earth’s sky (a solar eclipse), using the ultra-sharp vision from his metaphorical “eye”.

Red Collie (Dr. Horace R, Drew) 

P.S. Many thanks for help, especially to Matthew Williams and Chris Richardson.





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