Annexe Gare D181, Nr Saint Hippolyte, France. Reported 13th June.

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An amazing 200-meter-long crop picture appeared in eastern France on June 13, 2019 near the small town of Saint-Hippolyte. It was drawn within a “horse” shape in the landscape, in accord with the historical legend of Hippolytus from ancient Rome, and points toward a small town which bears his name.  

A new, 200-meter-long crop picture appeared mysteriously in eastern France (near its border with Germany) on June 13, 2019. It was drawn as two separate parts in two adjoining fields of green wheat. The farmer and his colleagues say that they saw no one there, before they found it early in the morning.  

This crop picture was drawn within a large “horse” shape in the landscape, and points toward the small town of Saint-Hippolyte 1 km away  

Quite amazingly, this two-part crop picture was drawn within a large “horse” shape in the landscape, that can only be seen using Google Earth or from high in the air: 


It also points along crop tramlines toward the small town of Saint-Hippolyte nearby (see Saint-Hippolyte,_Haut-Rhin). Please see a thin, dashed yellow line in the slide above, to study this long-distance alignment. We can see the same long-distance alignment in a large aerial photograph of the new crop picture, posted at the top of this news article (see /un-immense-crop-circle-decouvert-dans-les-bles-pres-de-colmar).  

Interestingly enough, the new crop picture seems to have been drawn close to the “eye” of that figurative “horse” shape in the landscape. Our equine friend seems to be “looking at” the town of Saint-Hippolyte from 1 km away! Please examine the right-hand end of a dashed yellow line, in the slide above, to see this clever artistic feature? Saint Hippolytus in the Middle Ages was known as a “patron saint of horses”.  

That landscape “horse” can “see” the small town of Saint-Hippolyte, and may be on its way to reach there soon 

As shown in another slide below, the detailed form of this new crop picture suggests that our landscape “horse” can “see” the small French town of Saint-Hippolyte, named after Hippolytus of Rome. Thus the left-hand part of this crop picture resembles a schematic drawing of a horse’s “two eyes” and broad “visual field of sight”:  

Its right-hand side likewise resembles the “hoof marks” made by a horse, as it walks forward in the sand (although other interpretations are possible). How long will it take that landscape “horse” to reach “Saint Hippolyte”?  

The clever double-meaning of a “Venus calendar”, composed of “circles” and “crescents”  

When this two-part crop picture is studied from an astronomical perspective, it seems to show a “Venus-phase calendar” which will end about 16 months from now. There will be two Venus-Sun-Earth alignments (or conjunctions) in the near future on August 14, 2019 (superior), then on June 4, 2020 (inferior). We can see plausible symbols for both in the two-part crop picture as shown below:

Each part (left or right) shows a large, thin circular shape for our “Sun”. Planet “Venus” seems to be represented by a “crescent”, whose size depends on its relative brightness in Earth’s sky over time. After its second conjunction with our Sun in June of 2020, Venus will grow brighter over several months, and then this particular crop-drawn calendar will end.  

Three long, curved lines seem to connect similar crescent-phases for Venus, just before or after inferior conjunction on June 4, 2020. Similar connecting-lines were drawn in crop pictures at Forest Way on July 17, 2014 (see roydon 2014l  ) or July 24, 2016 (see forests way 2016l  ).  

Who was Saint Hippolytus in ancient Rome?  

Saint Hippolytus of Rome was a Christian scholar-pope, who lived in the first half of the 3rd century AD. He is remembered today for studying the rise of the Antichrist, and eventual return of Jesus Christ, by Biblical prophecy (see Hippolytus_of_Rome or hippolytus_commentary-on-daniel).  

Many sources suggest that Saint Hippolytus was martyred for Christ, through being pulled apart by wild horses (see hippolytus). The two words “hippos” and “lytus” which make up his name mean “horse” and “destroyed” in Greek. There was likewise a mythological “Hippolytus” in ancient Athens, who was believed to have been dragged to his death by wild horses.  

The very-large landscape image of a “saint” who is “praying on his knees”  

We can also see, using Google Earth, a very-large landscape image, overlapping the town of Saint-Hippolyte, of a “saint” who is “praying on his knees” (shown on the left below):  

On the right, we can see the very-large landscape image of a “human skull” with a large “blue eye”.  

Why did the crop artists choose this particular field location for their June 13 crop picture? Perhaps to suggest that a “saint”, who is “praying on his knees”, may be in fear of “death from martyrdom”, even as a landscape “horse” (marked by two small, white, inserts for the new crop picture) approaches that “saint” from behind?  

The artistic and landscape symbolisms used in this crop picture seem to be based on a legend about Saint Hippolytus in ancient Rome  

In summary, we have a new and spectacular crop picture which appeared near a small town in France called “Saint Hippolyte”. It points toward that small town in the distance about 1 km away.  

Furthermore, this new crop picture was drawn close to the “eye” of a distinct “horse” shape in the landscape. That figurative “horse” seems to be “looking at” the small town of Saint-Hippolyte, even as it heads in the same direction.  

An astronomical “Venus calendar”, drawn there in crops, suggests that this metaphorical “horse” may reach “Saint-Hippolyte” in the late summer or autumn of 2020.  

The historical Hippolytus of Rome supposedly died as a Christian martyr, after being pulled apart by wild horses. Of possible relevance, we can also see there the very-large landscape image of a “saint” who is “praying on his knees”, apparently out of fear of death by martyrdom.  

Why did some unseen crop artists draw this amazing, 200-meter-long field-picture near the small town of Saint-Hippolyte in remote, rural France? Perhaps other “wild horses” are coming soon to metaphorically “pull apart” other Christian leaders of our day, and they wished to warn us with an unforgettable and clever message:  

“Wild horses are coming again soon for modern people like Saint Hippolyte, just as they did in ancient Rome.” 

Do those crop artists know much about the ancient history of Earth? It would seem so, since they left another memorable message in Latin of “timeo ET ferentes!” in a field near Torino Airport in 2015 (see Aeroporto comments  ).  

Should we be praying now in the summer of 2019?  

Should we all be praying now in the summer of 2019, just as we can see Saint-Hippolyte doing in a landscape slide shown above? That is what those unseen artists suggested in crops at Chesterton Farm on May 25, 2019. There they drew a small string of Christian “prayer beads”, near a landscape Christian “cross” (see Chesterton articles  ).  

This new crop picture which appeared in France near Saint-Hippolyte on June 13, 2019 was undoubtedly real, as was another beautiful crop picture which appeared near Moisselles on June 1 (see notre articlesl  ). Were both field pictures made by benevolent, unseen entities whom we call “angels”? One might think so! Sometimes you just have to believe in things which you cannot see.  

Anyone skilled at the art of making crop-circles can study this ground-video, taken at Saint-Hippolyte on June 13, to see there the clear signs of a 200-meter-long field-image which was not made by men with “rope and boards” (see crop-circles-c-est-impressionnant-de-voir-ca-a-cote-de-chez-nous). To believe otherwise would be to place a “hypothesis before the facts”, or a “cart before the horse”.  

Another image of the letter “Q” may be seen at Saint-Hippolyte in 2019, just like at Sarraltroff in 2018 

Finally, is there any definite evidence as to who may have made this new crop picture at Saint-Hippolyte in 2019? It shows 4 linear symbols (small circles or crescents) on the left, and 13 other linear symbols (small circles or crescents) on the right. Thus there are 17 of these symbols in total, drawn along crop tramlines. Could the unseen artist be someone with an initial of “Q” as for the 17th letter of the alphabet?  

In the aerial photograph shown below, we can see how a subtle image of the letter “Q” has been included within the crop picture at Saint-Hippolyte, by drawing a large-downward-facing “crescent”, slightly above and to the left of some “curved” features in standing green wheat, which then make its “curvy tail”:  

Another crop picture in France near Sarraltroff on June 11, 2018 was likewise drawn in the shape of a large letter “Q” (see halfway down the page on Sarraltroff articlesl  ).  

What are the odds of that? Coincidence? Two crop-drawn letters which resemble “Q”? Think “68-95-99.7 rule” (see wikipedia).  

Many of us pointed out at the time, that some highly-vocal claims by a group of debunkers to have made the “Q” crop picture at Sarraltroff, two months later in August of 2018, were just an elaborate, computer-graphics-based deception (see the first titled section on  ). Now in 2019, after this beautiful and mysterious crop picture has appeared near Saint-Hippolyte, way out in an unvisited rural region of eastern France, and shows subtly another letter “Q”, the majority of French people should be able to understand the truth, which will set them free.  

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