In this figure found in England in July 2006 in Windmill Hill,
Wiltshire, we have 3 circles, each one subdivided into three circles
forming 3 “petals” in its center, and right in the center, at the
intersection of the three circles, we have a larger “petal”. When
formed, the smaller “petals”, with their 3 original circles, show us one
series of 6 worlds, where the 3 circles give us the idea of the largest
evolutionary karat of the 3 worlds of already only spiritual life
present in the series. And since we have 3 sets of these, we conclude
that they refer to 3 sets of 6 planets. But we have a larger “petal”, in
the center, and now adding to the amount of 18 planets of the 3 series,
we have 21 planets, i.e. 3 series already with their respective
primitive worlds, where these three center “petals” would represent the
3 worlds of greater evolution of each of the three sets, i.e. the three
worlds Pure Light (1
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In this figure found in June 2007 in England in the town of West Woods
Wiltshire, we have the representation of what we have said throughout
all our studies, i.e., that the worlds evolve more closely linked in a
number of 6 or 7 worlds. Right in the center, we have a large circle
which, in my view, gives us an idea of the monumental evolution of the
planet that commands the series, which is a planet of Pure Light (1
This figure of August 2008 in the town of Etchilhampton Hill in England shows us a 5 pointed star, subdivided into 2, plus 5 parts that repeat 5 times, totaling 35 parts. We also realize that these 5 parts outside the star are subdivided into 8 parts each; then we have (8 x 5 = 40).
We have then the amounts of: 5 x 8 = 40, 2 x (5 dark parts) = 10, and 2 x 5 (light parts) = 10, and inside the star 2 x 5 (light and dark parts) = 10.
As pointed out by my studies, the amount of 40 breaks down into 33
spiritual classes + 7 types of worlds. From 35 we deduce that 3 + 5 = 8,
a reference to universal logic, because until the 43
Crop circle built in June 2002 in Avebury Manor in England.
Here we have, without counting the large central circle, which in this
case is a world of Pure Light (1 Therefore, the proximity of evolutionary levels of the two involved planets.
In this figure of July 2008 in England in Martinsell Hill, Nr Oare, Wiltshire, we observe again a great reference to the number three in a 3-pointed “helix”. From each of the three points of the “helix”, there are 7 worlds, totaling 21 worlds, i.e., 3 series of 7 worlds. Linked to the most central part of the “helix”, we have (5 x 3) more planets. If we add these five planets more central to the 7 that come from the points of the “helix”, we have a total of 12, which, if multiplied by 3, total 36, in a reference to the 6 series of 6 planets each, i.e., series that they do not have their primitive planets yet accounted for. IF we add to the 36, the circle and the other dark figure that circumscribes it, we have 38, from which we deduce that: 3 + 8 = 11, alluding to the 11 attributes of the spirit. NOW, if we only take the 15 circles linked to the center of the “helix”, and we add the two already described central figures, we have 17, an allusion to the first 17 spiritual categories, which must reincarnate in the 7 kinds of worlds of still material life. IF we take the 3 “blades” of the “helix” and add to the 3 sides of the central dark figure, we have 6, and if we add 36 to this, we have 42, which is a reference to the 6 series of 7 worlds. IF we add the 3 “blades” of the “helix” + the 3 sides of the central figure + the light circle at its center, we have 1 series of 7 worlds. This amount of 7 also reminds us that we must find a class 7 primitive planet.
In this crop circle we have the representation of 7 worlds, or a
complete series already with its primitive world accounted for, i.e. it
is found by its class 6 world or school. The differentiation between
them is evident. The less evolved ones are represented by a smaller
diameter. To me, the opening at the intersection between them is a
contact with the world hierarchically above and below, configuring a
“chain” of actions and knowledge showing us the interdependence of all.
I.e., a world can only evolve when another world is ready to occupy the
vacancy and the world that will go ahead must prepare the world that
comes after, because there are functions in the universe that must
always be available for the evolution of the spirits, and the worlds are
complementary regarding these functions, whether of progress or even the
capacity to generate suffering. So, when a world of Pure Light is now
able to enter the fluidic universe of Universal Intelligence, all the
planets of the series must change category, and therefore a new
primitive planet (7
Figure of July 2003 in England, in Marlborough, Wiltshire. We see three planets of a similar evolutionary level. As noted in the large “8” of August 2008, the worlds group 3 by 3 in near evolutionary level and of 3 different series. So, in my view, they are planets of 3 different series, intersecting their conditions, their knowledge and also problems. A world will always be linked to one ahead or behind it in the hierarchy of the series or at the junction of the 3 series, or even at the junction of 6 closer series. I understand that one of the relevant questions is “what happening marks the evolutionary stages?” Or “what time, in years or centuries, will be the difference between, for example, the 3 planets of the same level of the 3 series that evolve linked?” In the figure above we understand that the planet of greater evolution already passes its knowledge, or that that no longer serves for the planet to the center, and this, in turn, does the same with the last and least evolved planet. The planet that receives the knowledge disposed from another of greater evolution receives it as the “next generation”, and so the evolution of series planets proceeds. On the school planets, such as Earth, spirits that reincarnate here as great inventors are who bring us the news of progress.
In this figure in England, in the town of Stonehenge – Nr Amesbury,
Wiltshire UK, in May 2010, we have a crop circle in a format that
resembles the number 8. We see at both ends the representation of the
number 6 in a stylized form in 6 “parts”, from which we can deduce that
they refer to the amount of 36, because 6 x 6 = 36. Since there are 2
points, we have 36 x 2 = 72. IF we add to the 72 the 12 worlds that are
“in” the “parts” at both ends, we have 84, a reference to the 12 series
of worlds that evolve linked, as exposed in the large “8” of August 8,
2008. If we add the stylized “8” formed by the outer contour of the
figure + the 3 central concentric circles, we have 11 in a reference to
the 11 attributes of the spirit.
If we add 6 (parts) + 6 (parts) we have 12, a reference to the 12
planets of still physical life present in the 3 sets of 7 planets that
evolve more closely linked, and therefore four planets of still physical
life for each series. If we add the three central and concentric circles
+ the 6 decreasing circles exactly on the two discontinuities of the
arch of the outermost central concentric circle, we have 9, i.e. a
reference to the 9 planets of already only spiritual life existing in
the series with 7 or 6 planets, because the 7
In this figure of June 2010, also in England, in the town of White Sheet
Hill, nr Mere – Wiltshire, we can observe again on the diagonals, as in
that figure of the “Hexagon” in my study #34, where there are 3 series
of 7 worlds, or analyzing otherwise, we have 18 worlds, or 3 series of 6
worlds with a series already having in its school world (6
In this figure of August 2001 in Wes Titead, Hampshire, UK, we have a
representation of 6 internal light-dark cones + 6 arc segments, also
light-dark, totaling so far 12 parts. More externally we have + 6
truncated cones, also light-dark, totaling 6. And, surrounding the
figure, involving it, we have + 1 light circle of unfolded cereal. So,
we have a total of 19 figures which brings me to 3 series of 6 worlds
each plus 1 of these series, as already explained, having its school
world (6
This circle, built in May in the town of Braccciano, Bertinoro (FC) in
Italy, in a photo of G Marchi, has 72 parts. Its shape reminds us the
“@” on the computer keyboard, which means “here”, and it also has a
shape of the number 6. If it shows us the 6, it refers to the 6
In this figure of August 2002 in England in the city of Windmill Hill
(2) Avebury Trusloe-Wilstshire, we have the representation of four
concentric circular tracks, on which on each we have 37 triangles. 37 x
4 = 148. IF we know that in the large “8” of August 2008 we have 84
worlds represented in its 2 “rings”, i.e. 12 series of 7 worlds, or
series with their primitive world. Then, in a “ring” of the large “8” we
have 6 series, or 36 worlds, if these series are not yet with their
primitive worlds. Therefore, we have above, the representation, in each
concentric track, the representation of 6 series of worlds + 1 world,
i.e., of the 6 series that evolve linked, forming a ring of the large
“8”, we have one whose school world (6 The series evolve linked in amounts of 3, and more broadly, are linked to 3 more series. So, as we see in my study #30, this is a reality and, with the amount of 37 (36 +1), gives us evidence of this. So, if we calculate 148 - 4 (primitive worlds), we have 144, which if divided by 6, we have 24, i.e., we have the representation of 24 series of 6 worlds each, i.e., 2x what is represented in the large “8” without, of course, the primitive world in each series (36 x 2 = 72) and no longer 42 x 2 = 84, which are 12 complete series with 7 worlds each. In my study #19, there is also the representation of four concentric circles with 36 triangles each, and in this, then, 24 series with 6 worlds each are represented, i.e., without any of them having contacted, with the school world, the primitive planet. The school world is the last world of the series to know the existence of the primitive planet. According to my study #17, I believe many planets of the series work in the primitive world throughout its evolution until it is contacted by the school world.
In this figure of August 2002 in Etchilhampton, Wiltshire in England, we
see one more formation that contains 12 internal elements plus (6 x 5)
external elements, totaling 42 elements. I understand that the 12 inner
elements are the 12 least evolved planets and the 30 external elements
represent the 30 of greater evolution. The least evolved in each series
are always the primitive planet (7
As noted, there are planets in the figure that protrude from within the
smaller circle outward and then we can have an idea of the progress of
these worlds where a small part is already at a higher level of
evolution, and the other part is still “stuck” to a lesser evolutionary
level. I.e., they are planets capable of sheltering several stages of
progress, as on Earth where there is a subdivision of 1
Crop circle of May 2011 in Hannington, nr Cricklade-Wiltshire, England.
Like the figure of my study #24, again we have the representation of
four types of worlds in three different series, i.e. the 4 less evolved
planets of 3 series with 7 types of planets each. And I understand them
as 4 planets of material life, since they are represented exactly 4, and
if they were of spiritual life, they would be represented only by 3
planets in each series. And only the series with 7 planets have 4
planets still material life. Above we have the representation of
planets: 7
In the figure above of 2001 in England in Honey Street – Wiltshire, we
have the representation of 36 planets, whereas they present related to 2
in 2 types in the 6 series, which is the reason for the amount of 12 in
each concentric circle, which also gives us the idea of hierarchy.
Therefore, we have the right to the center the 6 school worlds (6
Figure found in England, The Sanctuary, nr Avebury, Wiltshire.
Let us note that there are 6 figures with 6 internal divisions and they
divide into two groups. The 1
School planets are always the last of each series to know the existence
of a reachable less evolved world, and must work on this in order to
transform it from a primitive planet (7
If we add to 36, the two circles that are outside the main figure, we have 38, from which we deduce that 3 + 8 = 11, i.e., a reference to the 11 attributes of the spirit.
If we add the same two circles to 42, we have 44, from which we deduce that 4 + 4 = 8, in a reference to universal logic. The significant “external” parts sum 48, and if we add these to 36, we have 84, i.e., the same number of planets expressed in the large “8” of August 2008, or 12 series of 7 planets.
In the above crop circle in England, in the town of West Kennett,
Wiltshire in June 2008, we have 4 spirals that remind us of number 6. In
two of them we have, in each one, the subdivision of 51 parts. We know
that the first 17 spiritual categories are those that reincarnate on
class 6 or school planets. Since we have a total of 6 times the
representation of the amount of 17, because 51 : 3 = 17, nothing more
logical than linking this amount of 6 (x 17 spiritual classes) with the
number of series of planets, also 6, that evolve linked. Then, we have a
reference to the 6 school worlds (6
In this crop circle of July 2004, made in West Kennett Longbarrow,
Wiltshire, England we have 18 stripes, which I think mean the 18 worlds,
placed hierarchically, or 3 series of 6 worlds each. We can note that
there are 6 worlds very little evolved that are the three primitive
planets (7
In this beautiful formation of August 2004 in Opposite, Silbury Hill, Wiltshire in England, we have 5 discontinued arc segments in its most central part, totaling 14 parts and 19 more lines in a fan shape. But beware, the figures repeat twice because the external figure is symmetrical and the central image is repeated inverted. Besides the 5 fragmented arc segments on each side, we have one more arc segment protruding from the “fan” and accompanying the curvature of the fragmented arches. We also have a stylized “8” the shape of the central figure. THEN, if we add 19 + 14 = 33, in a reference to the 33 spiritual categories. We have of course, the 14 parts that remind us of 2 series of 7 worlds, and the amount of 19 which represents 2 series of 6 planets and 1 series with 7 planets. IF we add 33 + 1 + 8 = 42, or 6 series of 7 worlds as expressed in any of the “rings” of the large “8” of August 2008. As these quantities repeat twice in the center, then we have 42 x 2 = 84 or the same amount of worlds expressed in the large “8” of 2008. Of course that the central “8” does not repeat, but we only use it twice to show the result synchronized with our studies. So, if we count “correctly”, we have: (33 + 1) x 2 = 68 + 8 = 76. NOW, the external sum of all the figures is (7 x 8) + 24 + 16 + 2 = 98, and this amount repeats four times; so, 98 x 4 = 392 + 76 = 468 which divided by 6 equals 78, i.e., we then have represented in the total of the figure 78 series of six planets. The amount of 7 x 8 I take from the 8 forms of square spirals which are made up of 7 lines each. Moreover, we can further make another sum of the external part, again divided into 4 parts, which seemed to me to be the most correct to apply to this figure. Then we have in the outermost track the amounts of 8 + 28 + 8 + 1 = 45, where we deduce that: 4 + 5 = 9, which would be a reference to the 9 worlds of already spiritual life present in 3 series of 6 or 7 planets, which would be logical because this track surrounds the whole figure that is within it, giving us an idea of hierarchy. If we add the internal “8” to the 53, we have 53, which if added (5 + 3 = 8) is a reference to universal logic. The innermost track has the following sum: 12 + 28 + 12 + 1 = 53, and if we add the central “8”, we have 53 + 8 = 61, i.e. 6 + 1 = 7 in a reference to the primitive world that will be shortly very important to us. I believe there are other calculations in the figure that can take us to other correct results.
In this figure also in England in the town of Harewood, Hampshire in July 1995, we have the representation of the logics of the organization of worlds as they advance within the same evolutional category. The “8” appears here to remind us of the logics of the organization described initially in the large “8” of August 2008. The number 3 is also subtly represented exactly to remind us that the worlds are organized 3 in 3 according to their evolutionary position. And in the figure above we have the presence of 3 worlds of different sizes.
So, that is exactly what we see in this figure, the representation of
three worlds of the same category, but that of the larger circle is the
most evolved of all and therefore will be the first to change category
while the other two will do this one after the other as well. If we add
8 + 3 = 11, in a reference to the 11 attributes of the spirit, we also
observe that there is 3 references to the “3”, i.e. 3 worlds and plus 2
times this number from one side and from the other of the “8” (or the
two silhouettes that make up the number 3). So, if we add 8 + 3 + 3 = 14
and if we add 3 more worlds, we have 17, in a reference to the first 17
evolutionary categories that mandatorily reincarnate to learn in the
school worlds. In this case, we may even infer that the three
represented worlds are schools (6
Let us make a mathematical analysis on this crop circle. Internally, we have 8 semi-circles that are the basis of 16 “petals” that protrude in the outside diameter. Eight, as we know, is the attribute of logic or Universal Intelligence, according to my studies. We can unfold 16 into: 1 + 6 = 7, i.e. 1 planet plus planet 6 (Earth, school world) uniting, will reach the world 7, primitive world. Adding up the 16 semi-circles of the outer perimeter + 16 “petals”, we have 32, which added to 8 semi-circles from the center, total 40, which according to my studies, means 33 spiritual classes and + 7 types of planets, namely:
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As we can see, we have a figure that presents 7 larger points topped by a large circle, and 7 other smaller points that also end each by a smaller circle. This reference to this number 7 in my view draws our attention to the number of types of worlds that exist in the universe, classified according to the psychic atmosphere of each. In the case of this “star”, I think that aliens, builders of the crop circles, are referring to 2 series of 7 worlds, whereas one is more evolved than the other.
This reference to the classification of worlds in the universe is in the
book “Christian Rationalism”, 43
In this figure of June 2004 in Honey Street, Wiltshire in England, we observe that there is a representation of 6 worlds connected by strands to a central world. The six outer planets are not hierarchical, because all circles are the same size. The center circle is bigger because it represents a world of Pure Light of great evolution that commands this series of seven planets. The strands show us that all the worlds are linked to the command of the most evolved planet, from where guidelines leave for actions in the entire series. This more evolved planet has also been in its early days a primitive planet that evolved, and therefore going through all previous stages to that which now occupies deservedly. There are no evolutionary leaps in the universe that are governed by the law of evolution, and in this regard, both for worlds as for spirits, the same learning rule and therefore progress goes. As the worlds succeed in several evolutionary positions, the worlds that go ahead are responsible for preparing the worlds coming right behind on the evolutionary conveyor, and that will succeed them at the right time. The spirit reincarnates to develop its 11 attributes which are: willpower, the self-awareness, the ability of perception, intelligence, and the power of reasoning, the ability of conception, mental balance, logic, domain of itself; sensitivity and firmness of character.
In June 2004, in Milk Hill Alton Barnes in England, we have this “insect” and on its back we notice 5 parts one side and + 5 parts on the other side, on the wings, which total 10, which if we add up to the circle located between the 2 parts we have 11, alluding to the 11 attributes of the spirit. On the front part we have four decreasing and intersecting circles plus three also decreasing circles that total 7, which is a reference to a series of 7 worlds. Within the intersecting circles we have + 5 cut circles and 6 more projections (three on each side) which total of 18, making a reference to three series of 6 worlds. If we add to the 18 the large circle 18 on the back, we have 19, which is a reference to two series of 6 planets and + 1 series of 7 planets. If we add 19 + 11 and + the 3 small circles located behind and out of the figure, we have 33, in a reference to the 33 evolutionary categories. If we add these same three small circles and + the 10 parts of the wings and the large circle centered to the back, we have 14, in a reference to the 2 series of 7 planets. Within the four intersecting circles there are also 11 parts, which if added to the 10 parts of the tail, equals 21, a reference to 3 series of 7 planets. So I see the message of the aliens making our crop fields a blackboard where they teach us that we need to turn to spiritual science compiled in the Doctrine of Christian Rationalism. It is time for this planet Earth to know definitively the master lines of planetary organization governing this galaxy. And these guidelines always point toward the necessary evolution.
Crop circle of August 2004 in Etchilhampton-Wiltshire in England. As we
observe the building spirit of this figure shows us the 12 properly
shuffled circles, because as I always say, we are students and they are
teachers, and they will teach us directly; they will make us work our
reasoning. These 12 circles take us back to the 12 planets of still
physically life present in the 3 series of 7 types of planets that
evolve more closely. I deduce this because 12 is the represented number.
If the planets of already spiritual life were represented, we would have
9 circles because it is the amount that exists in both series of 6 or 7
types of planets. The larger and outer circle is what commends these
worlds, it is the most evolved because all are inside it. And this world
that commands is the opaque category (4
Crop circle of May 2011 in England in the town of Hackpen Hill. We have
one of the circles with 8 divisions, another circle with 10 divisions
and the 3
Crop circle found in Barton Le Clay, Bedfordshire in August 2008. We see
in this figure that there are 5 sides of the pentagon + 5 rectangles + 5
triangles + 5 blanks encrusted in the sides + 15 lines, totaling 35
elements. But surrounding the pentagon we have more: 1 light circle, + 1
dark thin circle, + 1 light circle, + 1 dark thick circle, + 1 dark arc
segment, + 1 final light circle, totaling 6 elements, which added to the
35, total 41 elements. Now IF we add to this amount the small circle
outside the main figure, we have the exact amount of 42 elements, which
to me is a reference to the 42 worlds represented in a “ring” of the
large “8” of August 2008. I.e., they are the 6 series or families of 6
types of worlds that evolve more closely. I state here that the world
that is outside the main part of the figure can represent either a
primitive world (7 |