A new crop
picture near Sarraltroff, France on June 11, 2018 shows a large letter
“Q” for the extra-terrestrial crop artist “Quetzalcoatl”, who drew a
famous “headdress” in crops near Silbury Hill in England on July 5, 2009
2018, he seems to be flying through space toward Sarraltroff, France,
using magnetic levitation by two counter-rotating currents for
propulsion, and humorously carrying a “French flag”.
2018, we saw the image of a large letter “Q” drawn in crops near
Sarraltroff, France. This would seem to be the classic signature of an
extra-terrestrial crop artist called “Quetzalcoatl”, who has similarly
“signed” many crop pictures over the years:
He also drew
a famous “Quetzalcoatl Headdress” in crops near Silbury Hill in England
on July 5, 2009.
“counter-rotating swirls”, which were drawn within that large letter
“Q”, are a standard representation for “Lenz’s Law” in studies of
electricity and magnetism. One electric current
E from an AC electromagnet
(marked in blue) induces an opposing
electric current E in a nearby
conducting material (marked in red):
opposing, circular currents then cause the source electromagnet (with a
fast-alternating magnetic field B) and a nearby conductor to
repel one another, as shown by a simple levitating device on the right.
Perhaps Quetzalcoatl is hinting to us here how he flies through space,
by means of a repeated, stepwise application of Lenz’s Law?
suggestions have been made in many other crop pictures over the years.
It would be similar to the way in which a one-piece homopolar motor
works, except would be intended to produce translation rather than
rotation. The possible physics here seem very straightforward, and
should be explored further.
2018, Quetzal or “Q” seems to be flying toward the town centre of
Sarraltroff, France (marked with a red dashed line in the slide below):
When we use
Google Earth to study where in the landscape this crop picture was
drawn, we can see that it was drawn just above the long body of a
“horned serpent”, which is a native-American symbol for “Quetzalcoatl”
We can also
see that our crop-artist friend from the stars is humorously carrying a
tricolour “French flag” in his mouth. What a joker!
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)