“Can you see a quetzal bird yet?” ask two English bird-watchers. “We need
Quetzal birds are not native to the English countryside, but people living
there might see one anyway soon. Not a real “quetzal bird” with feathers,
but a metaphorical “quetzal bird” who goes by the name of “Quetzal” or
The new crop picture at Watership Down DOES have a double-meaning. This
will become clear as we study a combined crop picture / landscape slide
shown below. On the right, we can see two large, schematic images in the
landscape for a “man” and “woman” who have gone “bird watching”. On the
left, we can see their preferred avian species for the day, namely a
central American “quetzal bird” with long tail-feathers.
How will that English couple “see” well enough to identify a “quetzal
bird”, except by using binoculars? That is why our E.T. friend drew a “pair
of binoculars” in crops (outlined in yellow)
for that “man” and “woman” to “look through”. Don’t fall off your chair
One meaning for this new crop picture near Watership Down would thus be a
“pair of binoculars”. Then in order to create a second
(double) meaning, the crop artist added further stylistic details, to make
resemble an astrological diagram for the opposition of Saturn,
relative to Earth on August 2, 2021.
using such “binoculars”, that English couple would have been able to look
up into the night sky on August 2, and see Saturn shining brightly with
large rings. Yet as of August 11, they would still not have seen a “quetzal
bird”, flying through their skies.
Our only clue in this particular crop picture, for when Quetzalcoatl might
return to Earth, may be seen near the centre of its large set of circles on
the right. Flattened wheat there was cleverly patterned into the shape of
an 11-pointed star, as shown on the Comments page for this
crop picture (which appeared on August 11). Perhaps he is just counting
time in “days”?
he might be suggesting that his return will take place fairly soon, for
example in 11 more “days” or “weeks”? Some people (who follow “Mr. Pool”)
talk about US DOD Space Test “11”, which will launch in August or
September. In any case, we may be able to see a new “bird” soon in English
skies, if what this new crop picture suggests is true. Keep your binoculars
and cameras ready!
Can you see a “quetzal bird” yet? Make a “diopter adjustment” so you can
see more clearly!
The FUN never stops ….. ….. ….. ..
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)