CROP CIRCLE GEOMETRY AND CONSTRUCTION LINES

Furthermore, as you can see in Diagram 3, another seven-fold star can be constructed within the star of Diagram 1.

In Diagram 4 a heptahedron was constructed around the seven-fold star of Diagram 1.

 Diagram 5 Diagram 6

With the aid of the heptahedron of Diagram 4, another seven-fold star can be constructed.

The intersections of the heptahedron and the radians have the function of construction points. Diagram 5 shows the result.

Around the circle - in which the heptahedron lies - another seven-fold star can be constructed. This was done in Diagram 6.

 Diagram 7 Diagram 8

Together, the seven-fold stars of Diagrams 5 and 6 form the outside of the Tawsmead Copse formation. The centre of this formation is formed by the heptahedron and the seven-fold star of Diagrams 2 and 3.

The most fascinating part of this construction is that it doesn't matter where you start. You can start with the smallest heptahedron in the centre of the formation and work your way towards the outside, or you can start with the largest seven-fold star and work your way towards the centre. In fact, you can start with any seven-fold star/heptahedron and subsequently work your way towards the inside and/or outside. It really doesn't matter at all where you start, you will always end up with the correct end result. The only thing you must do however, is take the right steps...

For instance, in order to - from the centre of the formation - construct the two seven-fold stars that together form the outside of the formation, you absolutely need the seven-fold star of Diagram 1 and the heptahedron of Diagram 4.

In Diagram 9 these are drawn as white lines in the formation.

 Diagram 9

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