Farley Mount, Nr Winchester, Hampshire. Reported  8th July

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A crop picture which appeared near Farley Lane on July 8, 2019 showed the “blueprint” for a copper-iron induction rotor, combined with several pyramid-like layers of permanent magnets for better energy efficiency 


For more information, please see “Study of Line-Start, Permanent-Magnet-Assistance, Synchronous Reluctance Motor for Improving Efficiency and Power Factor in the journal Energies volume 13, page 384, 2020, and also two relevant videos /www.youtube.com or www.youtube.com.  

Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew)



A beautiful crop picture that appeared near Farley Mount on July 8, 2019 shows a clever mathematical puzzle, which relates the first five digits of pi = 3.1416 to a series of numbers “3, 1, 4, 1, 6” from the fourth and fifth levels of Pascal’s Triangle  

This new crop picture shows an image of “Pascal’s Triangle” in four different places around the centre, along with four different sets of long, curved shapes, which might suggest five horizontal “levels” of some kind: 


The fourth and fifth levels of Pascal’s Triangle contain a series of numbers “3, 1, 4, 1, 6” which might potentially code for the first five digits of pi = 3.1416. Please see relevant mathematical details in the slide shown above. Yet can we find any definite relation between this new crop picture, and a symbol for “pi” somewhere near Farley Mount?  

Yes indeed! We can see a huge, well-defined image of “pi” or “π” in the landscape quite close to Farley Mount, as shown in the next slide below. This new crop picture was drawn approximately halfway between Farley Mount and the huge landscape image of “π”.  

In the slide shown below, we have added two thin, white, dashed lines to show the alignments:   

We understand now how a crop picture which codes for pi = 3.1416, by using numbers from the fourth and fifth levels of Pascal’s Triangle, relates to a large landscape image of “pi” nearby. Yet we have not yet investigated whether the landscape geometry of Farley Mount might also symbolize “pi” in some way?  

The answer is again quite simple. Near the top of Farley Mount (as shown in the slide above), we can see three large trees on the right, then a “pointy” white steeple, followed by one more large tree on the left. That single tree on the left points from the “pointy” steeple toward where the crop picture was drawn, along a white dashed line as shown.  

When studied from above, it seems clear that those three groups of landscape objects (three trees on the right, a “pointy” white steeple, and one tree on the left) might plausibly symbolize the start of “pi” as 3.1 or “3-point-1”. Proceeding next to the new crop picture, which shows four different images of Pascal’s Triangle, we can reach “3-point-1-4” or pi = 3.14. Certain numbers within Pascal’s Triangle (see above) then take the coding out to five digits as pi = 3.1416. 

This was a fairly simple crop-picture puzzle to solve, but the totality of its layout and execution far exceeds what any local fakers near Winchester could have done. If you still think this was made by “unseen men with rope and boards”, then you need to learn how to think logically and independently from observed facts, and not just follow blindly what someone says on TV or writes in the London newspapers.  

Appendix 1. This crop picture was drawn so as to create an angle of 5/8 x 360o between the top of Farley Mount and a large symbol for “pi” or “π“in the landscape nearby. It likewise included 5 levels from Pascal’s Triangle on a date of July 8.  

Appendix 2. A simple kind of “3-point-1” symmetry, which matches the first two digits of pi = 3.1, may been seen at the top of Farley Mount itself. Please look at 3 large trees on the left, a white “pointy” steeple in the middle, and 1 large tree on the right. “Three-point-one”.  

Best wishes to you all, and many thanks to the real crop artists for showing us another clever puzzle.

Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew)

P.S. Many thanks to The Hampshire Flyer and Nick Bull for excellent aerial-drone photography.

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Farley Mount's chilling formation 

I would first like to thank those whose efforts have ensured that first class photographs of this intriguing structure are available at The Crop Circle Connector - in this case, The Hampshire Flyer and Nick Bull. We are all indebted to you. 

Preliminary Note

If hyper intelligent beings really are responsible for at least some of the artistry we've been seeing in our fields, for many years [and I have powerful evidence that they are]*, then their creations should be readable by the earthlings they were intended for. Any failure to achieve that basic objective would make the whole exercise absurd. All that is needed for interpreting the many communications correctly, I believe, is a methodology that's based on universally recognised logic and not hyperbole, and I've been endeavouring to stick to that approach for many years. The foundation for each of my analyses is also simplicity. 

In this case, then, my first task was to engage in the elementary act of counting the areas of standing crop that can be seen within the large, outer circle. This revealed that a single ring, at the edifice's centre, is encompassed by 80 other zones and these are set out in four groups of 15 quadrilateral-like shapes [in '5-4-3-2-1' configurations] together with four lines of five lens-like figures, as shown in the graphic below [which is based on an image by Nick Bull]: 

This arrangement intrigued me because I knew that all intelligent species with an advanced knowledge of science - both within our planetary home and outside it - would know that '80' represents the quota of stable chemical elements that exist. In other words, this number is of key importance in Chemistry and, as such, could be employed in a scholarly communication. Furthermore, the presence of the one, conspicuous circle at the centre of the array of 80 other structures appeared to reinforce this idea.
I knew that another element, bismuth, possesses an isotope [bismuth-209] that's so long-lived its half-life has been estimated to be more than a billion times the universe's age. It's the case, then, that bismuth fails to possess a stable nuclide by a margin that is infinitesimally small - even by the exacting standards of modern science. The possibility therefore occurred to me that this unique element is being denoted by the cited circle at the formation's centre - so it is being included alongside what I suspect are representations of the 80 known, stable elements. And when I considered this hypothesis further, I quickly uncovered support for it.
Firstly, knowing that intense scientific scrutiny alone is capable of differentiating between the stability of the quoted isotope of bismuth and that of each of the 80 nuclides cited, it came to my attention that the four sets of 5 'lens-like' figures that are placed around the central circle could serve as an allegorical depiction of such a study of that object [or what it represents].
Banks of correctly designed lenses are capable of yielding great magnification of one or more items that observers want to view through them. And so a graphical representation of such an assembly of 'lenses' - which are lined up with a prominent object - is a subtle way of drawing our attention to the fact that that object has been the subject of a process that is synonymous with the intense scientific scrutiny I alluded to above, as illustrated below:

Secondly, within the formation, 8 objects are in the closest proximity to the 1, central circle and, in our base-10 system, the juxtaposition of the digits '8 & 1' would infer the factor, 81, which, if bismuth was counted with the stable elements, would represent its relative position in the list of them, as illustrated below:  

Thirdly, the formation's largest and most prominent ring of objects is clearly the one that is placed nearest to the structure's perimeter, and that particular ring comprises 24 of them - a number that exhibits an intimate and unambiguous relationship with bismuth. The 24th prime number** is, 83, which happens to be the element's atomic number, as shown below:

Fourthly, if the '24' tied to the formation's outer ring of objects [shown above] is juxtaposed with the '1' associated with its inner circle [as also shown above], the inferred number, 241, is the 54th prime, and '54' - as children who have mastered their 'tables' know - can be expressed as, six 9's. This is interesting because the product, 6px9p [= 6th prime x 9th prime], computes to, 209 [= 11x19], which is also closely tied to the most stable isotope of bismuth I've cited: it represents the quota of protons and neutrons in each atom's nucleus i.e. 209 = 83+126.
[A rapid deviation!]

As I was in the process of describing the above relationship, involving the number 241, each of the two international cricket teams, at Lords, in one of the most extraordinary matches ever witnessed, scored - in the course of their 50 overs for the World Championship - 241 runs. 

My identification, within the formation - which displays 80 + 1 internal objects - of this set of apparent links to the element bismuth persuaded me that we're probably being invited to find some form of relationship, involving the 81 elements, which sheds light on another important attribute of the field structure. It therefore occurred to me to construct a simple table that sets out representations of all the elements, from hydrogen to bismuth, including those that don't possess any stable nuclides i.e. technetium [Atomic No. 43] & promethium [Atomic No. 61], whose presence splits the 81 elements into three distinct groups - as shown below, where, to avoid unnecessary clutter, I've shown only the first and last members of each group: 

I found the 81 atomic numbers' sum to be, 3382 [= 3486 {= (1+…+83)} - 104 {= (43+61)}], and past experience led me to suspect that the product of its prime factors may be of interest i.e. 2x19x89, which can be expressed as, 2px9px25p [= 2nd prime x 9th prime x 25th prime]. 

I noted that, 450, derived from the inferred, 2x9x25, exhibits a revealing relationship with the factor, 123, which can be inferred by juxtaposing the numbers that denote the three identified groups of elements i.e. 123p [= 673] + 450 = 189p [= 1123], where the inferred, 189, was the day of the year [in our Western calendar] that the formation was discovered i.e. 08 July.
Furthermore, having identified this key role for the factor, 123p [= 673], which was derived from the division of the list of elements into 3 groups, I noted that the expression, 123p x 3, has a value that provides additional data about the formation's date i.e. it's the familiar, 2019. 

I would add that it is normal for the date of a formation's creation to be expressed within it.
Before my conclusion of this article, which strikes a more sinister note for us all, I shall show that the formation's ingenious creators also highlighted another piece of data that I have been finding in crop circles for a very long time [indeed it's rare for a formation to be devoid of it]. 

We know that it's possible to draw pairs of orthogonal lines, which intersect at the centre of the formation, so that each line passes through two, facing sets of five 'lenses' [as I call them] - and one such line pair is depicted in the image below: 

We also know, however, that it is not possible to construct pairs of orthogonal lines, through the formation's centre, so that each line is able to intersect all members of the two facing sets of the 15 other objects [totalling 60, in all].
It’s clear, then, that the 'lenses' form two pairs, each of which is collinear with the formation's centre, whereas the other objects - which are in four sets of 15 - do not possess this attribute.
So we can now say that the 80 objects, which encompass the central circle, can be defined as: two lots of 10 'lenses', and 60 other objects. 
This interested me because [as stated in previous articles] the expression, [10p + 10p] x 60p, equates to, 12742 [= (23+23) x 277], the up-to-date value, in kilometres, of the earth's mean diameter [it is also the accurate 'geometric mean diameter' of the WGS 84 ellipsoid].
It's of interest to note, here, that as we now know that the 80 objects encompassing the central circle can define the diameter of the earth [in km], it could suggest that that circle also serves as a physical representation of the planetary body. The question is therefore raised as to how this role would relate to the links that also exist between the circle and the element bismuth.
I believe it would now be helpful to reconsider the image I presented in Fig. 2. 
If we subject the name of the element, BISMUTH, to a form of the 'intense scientific scrutiny' that was being alluded to we can easily find a definitive link to a far more sinister substance.
We know that the word was formed by the juxtaposition of 7 letters of our alphabet, an entity that is comprised of 26 such characters. And if each member of the latter is given a value that represents its relative position [which constitutes an extremely simple cipher] i.e. A=1, Z=26, the word will have the value, 92 [= 2+9+19+13+21+20+8]. 

Many readers, even with a rudimentary knowledge of science, will know that the factor we've now produced represents the atomic number of, uranium. They'll also probably be aware that this element is the prime constituent of atomic bombs [although plutonium can also be used]. And the far more destructive thermonuclear bombs need, in addition, the element hydrogen. [Note: I won't even attempt to describe fully the complexities of thermonuclear bombs].
Having recognised this elementary manifestation of the important number, 92, I knew it was imperative that I sought other evidence, within the formation, that this was not just a random result - and I didn't have to look very far to find it.
Firstly, an inspection of how the letters of BISMUTH occur within the alphabet revealed that they split it into 9, distinct sections, as illustrated  below:


And when 9 is added to bismuth's atomic number, 83, we obtain - 92 - the atomic number of uranium. 

Secondly, the placing of this pivotal relationship within a set of characters that number, 26, is suggestive that the latter factor also has a key role to play. And when it's added to the number that defines the type of bismuth that is most stable, 209 [its tally of protons and neutrons], we obtain, 235, which defines the type of uranium that is employed in thermonuclear bombs i.e. uranium-235 [which possesses 92 protons and 143 neutrons]. 

I believe it is also important to add that as this information has been linked to the 1 circle that occupies the formation's centre, it provides strong support for my analysis. This circle, which is tied to the number '1' because it is solitary, could also serve as a representation of the other key component of a thermonuclear bomb, hydrogen [of atomic number, 1]. 

I would suggest, then, that the formation is giving us a serious warning about the dangers we face at this point in time from thermonuclear warfare. I am confident that its architects are as aware as I am that the detonation of just one such device, in an act of aggression, would bring about an immediate collapse of the world's financial markets and economies, precipitating an unprecedented state of global chaos and anarchy, with unimaginable human suffering. 

But, for the moment, I shall return my attentions to this season's remarkable, first formation, which I was analysing when Steve Alexander's image of the Farley Mount structure came in. It is my contention that that Norridge Wood circle - when coupled with its predecessor of last year - shall prove to be a watershed in the vexed history of the whole subject. 

Notes from the text


Near the beginning of the Second Millennium, a colleague of mine and I were engaged in an excavation in a remote woodland clearing, in South Wales. I'd been drawn to this point after many years of studying both the so-called Arthurian legends and a curious work entitled Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. The trench we dug on the first day produced nothing, and by lunchtime, on the next day, I feared that my computations were not as accurate as I'd thought. But as we were sitting, on a fallen trunk, chatting and eating our food, an extraordinary event occurred alongside us - one that I will never forget. As I reached for a bottle, I saw, next to the trench we had dug, a pristine circle, of six feet diameter, in the short grass. When we had recovered our composure, after this odd occurrence, I knew immediately what this neat circle was communicating to us - dig at the centre! And when we did, we quickly excavated exactly what I had been looking for. I later learned why the circle had been of the cited size.*

So I know with 100% certainty that a massive intelligence is providing us with crop circles. I also know for certain that this is being done to help those who are prepared to listen.


During my early studies - involving a spectrum of ancient texts - I discovered that I could not make sense of their numerical sections until I made a basic change to the way prime numbers are defined and processed. For quite a long time mathematicians have elected to consider the first prime to be '2', but the ancients were adamant that the first of these special numbers is '1'. And when I made this change, the ancient texts I was studying yielded masses of information that analysts had been unable to find - some of it being of immense, historical significance.

Furthermore, when I started examining crop formations, years later, I found that much of the data they embody can only be found when the ancient understanding of primes is adhered to.

In essence, as '1' is the only positive integer that's exactly divisible by itself alone, it was seen to be the only true prime. The other numbers that are now called prime, commencing with '2', were classified as secondary primes [which is more logical than the current system].
In lists of primes, then, '1' must be included, at the beginning, which reflects its unique status.

The 24th prime is therefore, 83, and not the '89' quoted in conventional lists of primes. 

* The relevance of that circle's diameter is a feature that carries over to structures that we see in our fields today. Their dimensions often embody critically important data, which enables a serious analyst to unravel further strands of their overall communications. Those who are fortunate enough to visit them, then, should do their best to take some simple measurements, with great care, of course. A fairly long tape should therefore be an essential possession of an aspiring crop circle investigator. I can remember that, many years ago, Andy Thomas and his gang always used to measure the formations they visited and that should be done today, if it's at all possible. And as most mobile phones now possess a 'gps' facility, measurements of the geographical coordinates of various key points [ref. the WGS 84 datum] should also be taken.

I would add that it would be desirable if such data was available for the Farley Mount circle. 

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