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A new eclipse-related crop picture at Rollright Stones on August 5, 2017: will an upcoming solar eclipse on August 21, 2017 somehow mark the “end of a chapter” in Earth’s history?  

A new crop picture which appeared near the Rollright Stones on August 5, 2017 may relate symbolically to an upcoming solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. We will show and explain some of those symbolic details below  

One “octagram” (8) or four “pentagram” (5) motifs suggest its date of its appearance as “8-5” or August 5, and also the date of an upcoming solar eclipse as “8-21” or August 21  

This crop picture shows a large “octagram” motif at its centre, which might suggest the eighth month of August in any solar year. It also shows four large “pentagram” motifs, any one of which might suggest the fifth day of August when the crop picture appeared: 

If we “add up” the numerical values for all four pentagram mofits as (5 + 5 + 5 + 5), and also include a small circle as “1” at its very centre, then we can find another date of “8-21” or August 21, which is when everyone across the continental U.S.A. will watch a total solar eclipse (the first in that country for the past hundred years).  

A highly-patterned image which was drawn at the general centre of this crop picture seems to suggest an “eclipsed Sun”, which is still “shining brightly” in its distant corona on all sides. In other words, this crop picture seems to be saying to us in pictures:  

“Today is a date of 8-5 or August 5. You will see a total solar eclipse on a date of 8-21 or August 21.”  

How can an eight-sided “octagram” be bordered by four “pentagram stars”, each with five “points”?  

Looking more closely at the central “octagram” in this crop picture (shown above), we can see eight small “triangles” which make up its outer border. Each of those “triangles” lies at an angle of 45o relative to two neighbouring triangles on either side.  

Each “pair” of triangles also forms the lower two “points” of a five-pointed “pentagram star”. The crop artist has cleverly added three more “points” above, so as to create a complete “pentagram star”, at four different locations around the border of this “octagram”.  

Each five-pointed “pentagram star” shows point-to-point angles of approximately 84o, 84o, 54o, 54o or 84o, measuring from the centre of a distorted “pentagon” (outlined in red below) at each centre, which shows side-to-side angles of approximately 110o, 110o, 90o, 90o or 140o:  

The outermost “point” of each “pentagram star” is made from an isosceles 45o triangle, while its other four “points” on left or right (or on the inside) are made from right-angled 20o or 45o triangles.  

Each five-pointed “pentagram star” thus gives the visual impression of being “squashed” or distorted inward from the outside, and thereby resembles the image of a “star man”, or of someone “greeting us in a friendly fashion”. What an incredibly clever idea, to join eight-sided with five-sided geometry in this way!  

“End of a chapter” in modern Earth history? They have drawn a “Rub el Hizb” motif.  

The upcoming solar eclipse on August 21, 2017 will certainly be a major astronomical event, which many people In north or central America will watch keenly, while taking photographs of the darkened Sun and Moon. Yet why would some unseen crop artists wish to remind of us that eclipse, which will be visible only barely over a small part of the Sun from southern England?  

When we look carefully to see what kind of “octagram” they have drawn, we find that it matches a well-known symbol called “Rub el Hizb” for “end of a chapter” in Arabic calligraphy (see Rub_el_Hizb):  

Perhaps they are trying to tell us that this upcoming solar eclipse will mark some important “end of an chapter” in Earth’s planetary history? This symbol also resembles the “Seal of Melchizedek” (see seal-melchizedek-0).  

The Rollright Stones as an ancient “eclipse prediction” device  

Why did they draw this “solar eclipse” crop picture near a megalithic stone circle called the “Rollright Stones”? Simply because, in ancient times, such stone circles were used to “predict eclipses”: 


With only 16 more days to go until that “predicted” eclipse, we may learn more about what those mysterious “crop artists” are cryptically trying to tell us.  

A highly-patterned “zig-zag” lay of fallen wheat around one of its inner rings  

It should be emphasized that one of the inner rings from this crop picture shows a highly-patterned “zig-zag” lay of fallen wheat plants, which could not plausibly have been made by unseen men with “rope and boards” (please see the first or third slides of this article, shown above).  

A more detailed view of that highly-patterned region is shown in the photograph below, for a small portion of its “inner ring”:  

First a small bundle of wheat has been laid outward, then another small bundle of wheat has been laid inward, then outward, then inward again, for approximately 55 times as we proceed around the centre of this new crop picture, and with the precise shape of an eight-sided “octagon”. Might such a feature be intended to match the 56 “Aubrey holes”, once used to predict eclipses at Stonehenge? 

We cannot know for sure, but until we actually see some “men with rope and boards” construct a highly-detailed motif such as this in the dead of night, while working quickly to avoid detection, and not leaving any noticeable traces of human activity behind afterward (such as broken plants in the nearby tramlines), then we should not believe any trivial or unlikely explanations for what has been observed here.  

This new crop picture at Rollright Stones on August 5 resembles superficially another “triangular” crop picture which was found near Hannington on August 3, but seems much more advanced in geometry, design and execution.  

“Nullius in verba” should be the motto for us all  

The motto of the U.K. Royal Society is “Nullius in verba” or “nothing in words”, and that is good enough for me!  

“It is an expression of determination by its Fellows to withstand the domination of authority, and to verify all statements by an appeal to facts determined by experiment.”   

In other words, nothing claimed “in words” by any authority (for example the London newspapers), or by various “debunkers”, should have any influence on a truly scientific mind: unless of course we consent to being dominated by those people?  

If some people wish to debunk true paranormal crop pictures, let us see them do it as an “experiment”. I have not seen anything of that kind, thus far in 27 years (1990-2017) of careful observation. We only hear “words”.  

P.S. A complex zig-zag lay of fallen wheat plants, around the centre of this new crop picture at Rollright Stones, shows exactly 52 changes of direction, in the context of an overall octagonal shape. These 52 changes may be counted by careful inspection of the crop picture at times 0:45 or 0:48 of Matthew’s wonderful drone video (see

Such a number might imply “52 weeks in a solar year”, or it might suggest “52 years between Mayan-Aztec New Fire ceremonies”, when both solar and lunar calendars become re-aligned with the same starting date (see new-fire-ceremony). It was, in other words, the start of a new “Calendar Round” or “Mayan-Aztec century”.

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