Another example of future prediction in crops: Allington of June 28, 2011 predicted “high earthquake activity” for several dates close to April 18, 2013 in Iran or China 

If you look below on this webpage, you will see how the crop artists drew schematic images for all three Nobel Prizes in Physics from 2009, 2010 or 2011, in each summer before the prizes were awarded. Here we will show another example of future prediction in crops, from June 2011 to April 2013. Two crop pictures appeared at Allington on June 28, 2011, possibly in daylight since they were not found until noon. One suggested a near-future date of April 18, 2013, when Mars would go behind our Sun as seen from Earth (see Allington2011a). The other showed an “inner solar system” for the same date of April 18, 2013, with “five rings” drawn around Earth (see llington2011b or  

A “single ring” around Mercury confirms a date of April 18, 2013, because that was when Mercury showed a sky declination of 00 00. We were at first uncertain what “five rings around Earth” might mean? Now it seems they were referring to a brief period of high geological activity. There were major quakes of magnitude 7.7 in Iran (April 16), 7.2 in Russia (April 19), or 6.6 in China (April 20). There were minor quakes of 4.4 in Oklahoma (April 16), 6.6 in Papua New Guinea (April 16), or 6.5 in Papua New Guinea (April 23). 

Their next prediction refers to an “outer solar system” drawn in crops at Cowdrove Hill on June 18, 2011. It showed Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus for an upcoming date of May 15-20, 2013 (see or somborne2011a). Its inner circle showed where Earth was located on June 18, 2011, and was drawn with double thickness, to suggest that “two years will pass” before the indicated date of May 2013 comes to pass. There is no suggestion what that date might signify, but it may relate to Bluestone Heath made on the same day (see Bluestone2011a).  

Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew, Caltech 1976-81, MRC LMC Cambridge 1982-86, CSIRO Australia 1987-2010)   


Mark Fussell & Stuart Dike

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