The new crop
picture at Norridge Wood in 2018 was meant to be overlapped with another
crop picture from Thorn Hill in 2017, in order to reveal the hidden
image of a “man jumping for joy” over a “swinging pendulum”
similarity in style and nearby landscape features, between a new crop
picture at Norridge Wood on August 14, 2018, and another crop picture at
Thorn Hill on June 26, 2017 (see
thornhill 2017 ),
encouraged us to overlap the two crop-drawn images to see
what we might find? When we do this using computer graphics, we can see
right away the humorous image of a “man jumping for joy”, while the
“pendulum” from a clock is “ticking” (or swinging) just below:
“hidden image” is why two end-lobes of the Norridge Wood crop picture do
not align precisely with one another
“swinging pendulum” effect is why two end-lobes of Norridge Wood crop
picture were drawn slightly out-of-line with one another. It was not
some kind of “mistake”. Rather it was intended to produce a clever
“hidden image”, which the artists meant for us to find with just a
If you are
interested in how they did this, please examine closely the second or
third photos down from the top on
norridgewood 2018l ).
There we can see that the large, central, fine-ringed circle of this
crop picture has been shifted perpendicular to the crop tramlines
by several meters, in order to produce a subtle, non-linear, “swinging
It was found
just a few days after a partial solar eclipse on August 11, 2018
crop picture at Norridge Wood also resembles the image of a “partial
solar eclipse”, for example one which took place a few days earlier on
August 11, 2018. By this analogy, our “Sun” would be the large flattened
circle in its centre, with many fine “rays of light” pointing outward.
Our “Moon” would be either of two slightly smaller “ringed circles”,
which overlap it partly on either end. A small “ringed circle” at the
very centre of the large “Sun” circle was added to help us overlap
accurately, one crop-drawn image from 2018 with the other from 2017.
could the crop artists waiting for with such joyful enthusiasm?
image of a “swinging pendulum” was drawn last year in crops on April 16,
2017 near the Cherhill White Horse, toward which it was aligned (see
cherhill 2017 ).
This new “swinging pendulum” is aligned in the approximate direction of
Cley Hill in the distance. What are the crop artists waiting for with
such joyful enthusiasm? Could it be an open landing on Earth to meet
everyone here? If so, then such an important event may lie fairly close
in our future. A metaphorical “pendulum clock” is “ticking”!
interesting images in the landscape nearby (as seen using Google Earth)
in the landscape near the Norridge Wood crop picture may also be of
interest. On a small scale, next to the crop picture itself, we can see
the “raised head of a serpent” who is “looking at” Cley Hill in the
distance (using Google Earth with Northwest “up” at latitude 51.208o
N, longitude 2.215o W). On a very large scale in the same
landscape, we can see the two “heads” of a “man” and a “woman”, who are
“looking down” on Cley Hill as if it were some prize to be reached
(using Google Earth with Northwest “up” at latitude 51.217o
N, longitude 2.220o W).
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)