Three significant events in the astronomy of Comet Holmes from 2007 were shown in English crop pictures from two years ago (in the summer of 2005)
In a previous article on this website, we noted how the recent outburst of Comet Holmes on October 25, 2007 was seemingly shown in certain crop pictures from the summer of 2005, as was its conjunction with a bright star Mirfak in Perseus on November 21, 2007.
Here we will extend and confirm that earlier analysis, so as to place its logical and scientific conclusions beyond any reasonable doubt. Thus, we will provide many more simple visual comparisons between crop pictures from 2005, and actual images of Comet Holmes from 2007. Also, we will explain how the perihelion (closest approach to the Sun) of Comet Holmes on May 4, 2007, as well as its gradual loss of intensity after mid-November 2007, were also shown in English crop pictures from two years ago.
Table 1. Three significant dates for Comet Holmes in 2007 were predicted accurately by crop pictures in 2005
Observations and speculations prior to 2007
Why wasn't all of this noted sooner? In fact, some of us who do serious crop-circle research had become fully aware, back in the summer of 2005, that something important and astronomical had just been predicted for two years later in 2007. For example, the journalist Jaime Maussan said in an annual DVD summary of 2005 crop pictures: "These are dates. Something is going to happen then!"
(see www.cropcircleconnector.com/anasazi/circlechasers2005dvd.html to obtain a copy of that important prior documentation).
Also, we eventually figured out that the near-future date of some unexpected astronomical event would be November 21, 2007 plus or minus two days
(see www.cropcircleconnector.com/2007/stanton/stanton2007.html). But we still didn't know exactly what would happen then, and we never expected a comet to explode! There was clearly going to be an astronomical event of some kind, because pictures of "explosions in space" had been shown in the fields, especially at Lane End Down on July 10, 2005. But a comet?
Only in retrospect, therefore, have we been able to interpret many of those "future predictive" crop pictures in their proper astrophysical context. It was our fault, not theirs. Sufficient data were provided to understand everything in advance, but we did not pay enough attention. In particular, almost all of the professional scientists on our little planet refused to consider the subject in its entirety. That is at least partly because, as Thomas Kuhn once noted (www.des.emory.edu/mfp/kuhnsyn.html):
"Scientists take great pains to defend the assumption that they already know what the world is like. To that end, normal science will often suppress novelties which could undermine its current foundations. Research is therefore not about discovering the unknown, but rather a strenuous and devoted attempt to force nature into the conceptual boxes supplied by professional educators."
If you are a new reader, and do not yet know anything factual or reliable concerning this phenomenon, you might wish to start with a brief introductory set of questions and answers on
For photographs of Comet Holmes,
see www.spaceweather.com/comets/gallery_holmes.html or http://cometography.com/pcomets/017p.html.
Comet Holmes outburst or exploded unexpectedly on October 24-25, 2007
Two months ago on October 24-25, 2007, an obscure comet known as "17P Holmes" suddenly outburst or exploded between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Astronomers still have no good idea why that happened, because most comets outburst when they approach the heat of the Sun. In any case, many of us who are familiar with the crop-messaging phenomenon saw immediately that newly-taken photographs of that comet matched a famous crop picture that had appeared at Garsington near Oxford two years earlier on July 15, 2005:
Some astronomers believe that Comet Holmes was in rapid spin prior to outburst. That may explain a series of "internal spirals" shown in the small crop picture above on left (four different crop pictures appeared at Garsington on that day, all related to Comet Holmes in one way or another).
Similar comet-like outbursts appeared in crop pictures from Italy or North Dakota
The modern crop-picture phenomenon seems to be centred on Avebury in southern England, but is certainly not limited to that particular location. For example, sometimes authentic crop pictures will appear in Germany or Holland. In this case, two other 2005 "exploding comet" pictures appeared in Italy or North Dakota
"Comet Holmes will expand to become as large as a full Moon"
One of the most artistically-elegant crop pictures from the summer of 2005 appeared at Cuxham on June 28, 2005. No one at the time knew what it meant, yet in retrospect we can see that it was meant to show how large Comet Holmes would become after it exploded: as big as a full Moon! It reached half the size of a full Moon by November 1, 2007 just one week after outburst:
Later by December 6, 2007, it had become slightly bigger than a full Moon as seen from Earth:
"Comet Holmes will slowly grow a tail"
Two weeks after outburst, Comet Holmes gradually grew a two-pronged tail. That event seems to have been shown schematically at Aldbourne on July 24, 2005.
A second crop picture which appeared at Aldbourne on the same day showed the "magnetic field lines which surround a charged triangle" (see www.lucypringle.co.uk/photos/2005/uk2005bz.shtml). Were the crop artists try to teach us something about the physical mechanism of how comets grow tails? Might the two-pronged tail of Comet Holmes be due to some magnetic field structure that we cannot see?
Later in Scotland on August 14, 2005, we were shown the slightly whimsical picture of a "comet in circular orbit", with its curly tail always pointing away from a central Sun:
The orbit of Comet Holmes is not as elliptical as that of many other comets, and in fact is almost circular as shown below.
"Its cometary nucleus will appear to be divided into two parts"
As of the date when this is being written, Comet Holmes has not yet split into two parts, but its high-resolution Hubble image of November 4, 2007 certainly suggests the possibility:
A two-part nucleus for Comet Holmes was likewise shown at Garsington on July 15, 2005, and at Shalbourne on August 7, 2005.
"Its isophotes (lines of constant intensity) will evolve slowly over time"
That crop picture from Shalbourne on August 7, 2005 also showed, in addition to a two-part structure for Comet Holmes, a series of concentric rings which were apparently meant to represent lines of constant intensity or "isophotes"
But then one would have to be a true cometary aficionado to know that!
An overlaid spiral from that 2005 "outburst" picture showed the 2007 cometary path in days
Now let us look at some detailed sky images of Comet Holmes, in order to compare its time-dependent evolution during late 2007 with dated predictions made in three separate crop pictures from the summer of 2005. That comet first exploded or outburst unexpectedly on October 24-25, 2007 as shown in the upper part of the figure below:
Then it travelled across the sky through the constellation Perseus (as seen from Earth), until it reached or conjuncted with a bright star called Mirfak on November 19-21, 2007, as shown in the lower part of the figure above.
"An extraordinary sight will be visible in the sky tonight, as a giant comet passes in front of a star. Comet Holmes has put on a spectacular display over the past three weeks. Tonight it is expected to shine even brighter as it passes in front of Mirfak, the brightest star in Perseus."
Now if we look again at that 2005 "outburst" picture which appeared at Garsington on July 15, 2005, we can see that it contained an "overlaid spiral" in addition to ordinary fallen crop within its largest circle. Individual data points from that spiral are marked with yellow squares on the left-hand side of the figure below:
Next, by studying that spiral from above (as shown on the right-hand side), we can assign a calendar date in "days" to each data point or yellow square. One may begin rather simply in the centre with "October 25" (when Comet Holmes exploded), then continue down, around and up until a neighbouring circle ("the star Mirfak") is reached on a day-count of "November 21". At other dates past November 21, that spiral begins to fade, as will be discussed further below.
Another "overlaid spiral" appeared at Avebury on July 27, 2005. There it was used to symbolize a 19-year cycle of our Moon (see www.cropcircleconnector.com/anasazi/sundials2007b.html).
Other crop pictures from 2005 gave those same dates of cometary outburst or conjunction using codes
In order to teach us about Comet Holmes two years in advance, those crop artists sent us, not only simple visual images that anyone can understand, but also certain astronomical or mathematical codes that only a professional scientist can easily understand. They did so, presumably, to establish their credibility among certain members of the scientific profession on modern Earth.
Two of those coded pictures are shown below. They appeared at Waden Hill on July 16, 2005 or Wayland's Smithy on August 9, 2005. Both were discussed in a previous article on this website, so they will only be mentioned briefly here:
A personal account of the discovery of Waden Hill by Rod Bearcloud (see www.starnationgallery.com/articles/2007_3.html) leaves essentially zero possibility that it could have been made by local human fakers.
"How beautiful in the mind's eye is truth, and how ugly is a lie."---John Locke, Essay on Human Understanding, 1690.
Waden Hill showed an astronomical code for outburst on October 24-25, 2007
Waden Hill of July 16, 2005 showed three "V" shaped symbols inside of a big outer circle, which was divided into 24 parts so as to symbolize "24 hours of astronomical Right Ascension". Each of those "V" shaped symbols, known as semi-square in astronomy or astrology, meant that one pair of naked-eye astronomical objects would lie at 45 degrees to one another in Earth's sky (for example Mars and Jupiter, or Venus and Saturn). Three "V" shaped symbols therefore meant that three pairs of naked-eye astronomical objects would lie at 45 degrees to one another in Earth's sky (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrological_aspect).
Would such a rare triple alignment of planets or the Sun happen on a calendar date two years later, when that comet was pre-destined to outburst or explode? This is a rather difficult problem to address, and it can only be solved using an astronomical almanac as say from Jodrell Bank (see www.jb.man.ac.uk/almanac). The outburst date is now known to be October 24-25, 2007; and yes, three pairs of naked-eye objects did align themselves in Earth's sky at 45 degree angles on that day! Another crop picture from Garsington on July 15, 2005 further asserted that the cometary outburst date of October 24, 2007 would be a Sun-Mercury conjunction, as was again the case
Wayland's Smithy showed a mathematical-calendar code for conjunction on November 21, 2007
Wayland's Smithy of August 9, 2005 showed two binary-hexadecimal dates in the context of an ancient Sun-Venus, 52-year calendar
(see http://members.shaw.ca/mjfinley/4VENUS.htm or http://alignment2012.com/fap10.html). As shown in the picture above, "1-1-1-0" in base-2 translates to the number "14" in base-16 by means of the sum "8 + 4 + 2 + 0", while "1-1-0-1" in base-2 translates to "13" in base-16 by means of "8 + 4 + 0 +1". Each of those base-16 numbers "14-5-11" or "13-10-7" may then be switched into base-10 to yield decimal fractions of 0.85327 or 0.89722.
Each decimal fraction may then be read in the context of a 52-year Mayan calendar that began on April 10, 1961 and will end on March 28, 2013
(see www.cropcircleconnector.com/anasazi/time2007c.html). Both of those start-end dates are Sun-Venus conjunctions, and were specified symbolically by the crop artists in many pictures from 1997 to 2007. Wayland's Smithy also showed "20 Mayan days" around its big outer circle, in order to confirm which calendar its two dates might refer to.
In the context of such a calendar, one finds for "13-10-7" or 0.85327 a modern Julian-Gregorian date of "August 9, 2005", which was just the date when that crop picture appeared. Problem solved! More importantly, one finds for "14-5-11" or 0.89722 a modern date of "November 21, 2007", which was the date when Comet Holmes conjuncted with Mirfak in Perseus two years later (see www.cropcircleconnector.com/2007/stanton/stanton2007.html).
And so that is how we knew that something important and astronomical would happen in November of 2007, although we never guessed that it would be an exploding comet. It was always going to be an astronomical explosion of some kind, because a spherical body had been shown exploding in space (along its six Euler axes x, y, z) with stars all around it: see my previous essay on this website
Who might be sending us these crop pictures? Two culturally specific clues!
The use of an ancient Sun-Venus calendar at Wayland's Smithy (and elsewhere) seems quite culturally specific, since our knowledge of that calendar comes mainly from the Venus Table of the Dresden Codex (see www.tulane.edu/~danny/dresden.html
or http://members.shaw.ca/mjfinley/4VENUS.htm). Could the British megalith builders, from whom these crop pictures apparently come, have taught that calendar to native people in central or southern America thousands of years ago? A second culturally-specific clue as to the mysterious origins of these pictures might be the "Jester's Hat" symbolism of Mayan kings (see www.cropcircleconnector.com/anasazi/time2007e.html or www.mesoweb.com/pari/publications/RT08/JesterGod.pdf).
Comet Holmes began to fade in intensity after mid-November 2007
After it reached maximum brightness around November 2, 2007 and conjuncted with Mirfak on November 21, 2007, Comet Holmes slowly began to fade as shown in the figure below:
"This comet is in super outburst, having brightened by many magnitudes on the night of October 24. It is in Perseus moving slowly. As of December 1 it is fading, but still of magnitude 3. Due to the energetic nature of the outburst, the primary coma is expanding at a rate of 1.4' per day. That has been its main feature to see using a telescope or binoculars, but is fading as the light spreads over a greater area." (see www.cometchasing.skyhound.com/index.html)
The overlaid spiral of crop from Garsington on July 15, 2005 likewise began to fade after its assigned date of "November 21, 2007", and had faded almost completely by "December 8, 2007":
Did human fakers make these particular crop pictures, which seemingly predict the future?
Sometimes even experts at crop-circle messaging may be fooled by the best of human fakers, into believing that "fake" crop pictures are paranormal or "real". But does anyone really believe that local human fakers could have made all of the amazing crop pictures shown above, which seemingly predict the future? When we look at those crop pictures in closer detail, the construction task facing any human faker with boards and rope seems daunting:
Indeed, there has never been any mention of the word "comet" on a leading faker's website www.circlemakers.org. That group accepts money to create corporate logos in fields worldwide, and hence is a commercial rather than a scientific venture. By contrast, the true crop artists have shown a deep interest in cometary astronomy since at least 1994 (see www.cropcircleconnector.com/Millennium/scorpiushour.html).
Finally, could any human faker have made another remarkable crop picture from 2005, as will be discussed below? It was artistically unattractive, but carried a deep astronomical message that could not have easily been deduced before Comet Holmes outburst a few weeks ago.
Comet Holmes reached perihelion on May 4, 2007, five months before it outburst or exploded
Most comets follow elliptical orbits around our Sun, and so may come close to the Sun at certain times, or proceed far from the Sun at other times. The point in its orbit where any comet comes closest to the Sun is known as "perihelion", whereas the point in its orbit where any comet proceeds furthest from the Sun is known as "aphelion". The slightly elliptical orbit of comet 17P Holmes is shown by a thin white line in the figure below:
It last reached perihelion (closest point to the Sun) on May 4, 2007, which was five months before it outburst or exploded. At that time, it was almost invisible to most telescopes on Earth because of its extreme dimness. No one even cared about it, except for a few comet enthusiasts. The four inner planets of our solar system (Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars) each occupied a precise location in space relative to Comet Holmes on that day (see above).
Now somewhat remarkably, a almost exact copy of the schematic picture just shown, for Comet Holmes at perihelion on May 4, 2007, appeared in a field at Bluebell Hill in Kent two years earlier on August 12, 2005:
At the time when that 2005 crop picture appeared, no one knew what it meant, nor did not impress anyone with its artistic merit (see www.medwaycropcircle.co.uk/2005.htm). Most enthusiasts favoured an earlier crop picture from the same area that had appeared on June 19, 2005. It was called the "Bluebell Spinner", and was possibly symbolic of Comet Holmes in rapid spin before outburst.
Could Bluebell Hill of August 12, 2005 have been a human-made fake? Some people thought so at the time; but can we always tell "fake from real" simply by looking at some perceived neatness of the crop? What if a relatively "messy" crop picture (made from dry brittle plant stems) contains some deep intellectual content, that no ordinary human faker could possibly conceive of?
Conjunctions with Hamal on June 25, 2007 then Mirfak on November 21, 2007
In order to address that question more thoroughly, let us next examine several other aspects of the same crop picture: namely its two outermost circles, and also the precise location of Earth's Moon as shown there. At first, I thought that those two outer circles might represent "asteroids". But after studying asteroid orbits on the websites NEO (http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/orbits) or JPL Small-Body Database Browser (http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=17p&orb=1), I found that most major asteroids such as Ceres lie further beyond the orbit of Mars than the two outer circles as shown.
Hence it became more likely that those two outer circles were intended to represent "other orbital locations of Comet Holmes", at dates later than May 4, 2007. With that idea in mind, I used the NEO or JPL websites to generate orbital diagrams for Comet Holmes at many later dates, and thereby found good matches to a date of June 25, 2007 for the lower circle, or November 21, 2007 for the upper (to an accuracy of plus of minus five days):
Now when we examine the path through space of Comet Holmes
(see www.lunarplanner.com/Snippets/snippet.07.11.01-CometHolmes.html), we find that it came very close in Earth's sky to a bright star called Hamal in Aries on June 25, 2007. Later it came very close in Earth's sky to another bright star called Mirfak in Perseus on November 21, 2007. That latter date was also coded in hexadecimal as "14-5-11" at Wayland's Smithy, just a few days before on August 9, 2005.
Table 2. Three orbital locations of Comet Holmes as shown two years earlier in an English crop picture
distances from the Sun of those three outer circles are also
approximately correct in astrophysical terms:
Table 3. Relative distances from the Sun of Comet Holmes versus Mars orbit in Bluebell Hill of August 12, 2005
Those crop artists often portray successive locations of some astronomical object along a single time-dependent orbital track, as shown for Comet Holmes above. For example, Jack Sullivan and Andy Thomas found that Mars was portrayed in five successive orbital locations over the years 1995-2003, on the upcoming dates of Sun-Venus conjunctions
(see www.swirlednews.com/article.asp?artID=659 or www.cropcircleconnector.com/anasazi/time2007e.html).
Planetary, lunar or stellar conjunctions in Earth's sky have always been a major subject of English crop pictures, ever since the earliest days of Wiltshire 1990-1993, when people imagined that "aliens were talking to them in the fields". Instead, we were just being shown ancient astronomical diagrams indicative of planetary conjunction or opposition: say between Jupiter and Venus, or Venus and the Moon
The phase of Earth's Moon as shown at Bluebell Hill was also correct for a near-future date of May 4-5, 2007
Now let us ask whether the spatial location of Earth's Moon was portrayed correctly at Bluebell Hill in 2005, for a near-future date of May 4, 2007? In order to locate "Earth's Moon" in that crop picture, look for a small circle to the lower right of "planet Earth" in either figure above. The Moon was drawn there as being aligned at 45 degrees (three days) past full on May 2, 2007, and moving in the direction of Mars.
In fact, the true phase of Earth's Moon was three days past full on May 5, 2007, and it was moving in the direction of Mars as seen from Earth. Both the Moon and Mars shared similar values of Right Ascension on May 10, 2007 just six days later. Thus to an accuracy of one day, the Moon was indeed portrayed accurately at Bluebell Hill, for a near-future date when Comet Holmes would reach perihelion on May 4, 2007 (and five months before it exploded, when no one cared about it).
A friend who does UFO research told me recently, "Well, if you can figure it out, then someone else could have figured it out too. I am still not convinced that crop circles are made by anyone except humans with rope and boards!" A fair enough criticism, and it may have been true to some extent in the past.
But now in late 2007, following the outburst of Comet Holmes, we have finally been able to understand a series of intricately designed crop pictures from two years ago in the summer of 2005. Today in 2007, "someone else" could indeed go out and make approximate copies of those pictures in English fields, whether commissioned by the BBC, the Daily Mail, National Geographic, or various other media organizations which seem to spend a lot of time debunking this phenomenon, rather than telling the truth about it. But two years ago in 2005, nobody could have done so, because Comet Holmes was not important yet; and that is the bottom line.
Overwhelming physical evidence now exists for crop circle reality as well as for astronomical future prediction
To conclude, four stunning crop pictures from the summer of 2005---namely Garsington, Waden Hill, Wayland's Smithy and Bluebell Hill---have now provided overwhelming physical evidence to finally establish the paranormal reality of crop pictures, as well as their ability to predict the future in astronomical terms at least. As a long-term professional scientist, I have found that the people most sceptical of this strange phenomenon are the ones who know least about it. Anyone can be a sceptic if they refuse to study the evidence! That is not some philosophy to be admired, but just plain ignorance.
A few misguided people have argued that "being a scientist means being a sceptic" They often quote from Thomas Huxley who wrote: “The improver of natural knowledge absolutely refuses to acknowledge authority as such. For him, scepticism is the highest of duties: blind faith the one unpardonable sin.” Usually they quote his second sentence, but not his first.
What Thomas Huxley wrote in 1866 (see http://aleph0.clarku.edu/huxley/CE1/AdINKn.html) is still true today! Every major authority on Earth keeps telling us that modern crop pictures were made originally in the early 1990's by two old English gentlemen after they left the pub, or more recently by professional landscape artists who take money from corporations to print their logos in the fields. Unlike such "authorities", those of us have studied the facts carefully for many years remain sceptical, that any of those so-called authorities (who know little to nothing about the subject) could be telling us the truth. The one great unpardonable sin, in terms of scientific integrity, would be to place blind faith in anything they have to say.
Before sending this essay to Mark and Stuart, I showed its figures to half a dozen other open-minded scientists here. All were in agreement that such future-predictive crop pictures are "real" and speak for themselves, although there remained some dispute as to their possible origins.
"Time won't change you
Science won't change you
Looks like I can't change you
I try to talk to you, to make things clear
but you're not even listening to me.
I need something to change your mind."
Appendix. Summary of messages from the crop artists in 2005 (in plain English)
Author's note: these comments are necessarily subjective, yet several of my friends thought that it would be important to append a brief summary, since some people can understand pictures more easily than words, and vice-versa.
One week ago on July 9 at Silbury, we showed you the picture of a NASA space probe as it impacted onto the surface of Comet Tempel. Then on the next day at Lane End Down, we showed you the picture of another comet which will explode unexpectedly two years from now. We drew many "faint stars" around that "exploding comet" in the field, so that you will be able to confirm later that we knew exactly where in Earth's sky the comet would explode.
Today on July 15 at Garsington, we showed you four more crop pictures. The first was meant to tell how rapidly that comet will be spinning prior to outburst. The second was meant to tell how that comet will expand when it does outburst. The third was meant to tell how that comet will show a bipartite structure after it outbursts. The fourth was meant to tell when that astronomical event will happen. It will be on a day when Mercury enters into conjunction (i.e. direct alignment) with the Sun as seen from Earth. Yet Mercury orbits the Sun four times in any year, so tomorrow we will provide an even more direct date.
At Waden Hill, we will show 24 hours of astronomical Right Ascension around the outside of a big circle. Then on the inside of that circle, will show three overlapping "V" symbols as used in astronomy. Each "V" means that two planets happen to be aligned in Earth's sky at 45 degrees to one another. Since we will show three "V" symbols, that means that six planets will be aligned in pairs of 45 degrees on a near-future date when that comet will explode. Later you will find that the explosion date of October 24-25, 2007 was foretold by our crop picture exactly. Near the end of July at Collingbourne, Ridgeway, Aldebourne and Shalbourne, we will show four more pictures of that comet after it explodes.
Then on August 9 at Wayland's Smithy, we will provide the precise date of a second important event, which will happen several weeks after that comet explodes: namely the day when it will conjunct (i.e. come very close in Earth's sky to) a bright star called Mirfak. This time we will show a big circle with "20 Mayan days" around its outside. That will tell you to read the dates given there using a traditional Mayan calendar, which is based on astronomical motions of Venus and the Sun. It is a calendar that we use here in ancient England. We taught it to the Olmecs in central America on one of our overseas missions there, and they will eventually pass it on to the Mayans.
Two dates will be provided inside of that circle, using a universal kind of mathematics in base-2 and base-16. One date "13-10-7" will match the day when that crop picture appears (August 9, 2005), to provide an internal check on your calculations. The other date "14-5-11" will match a day over two years later, when that newly exploded comet will conjunct a bright star Mirfak in Perseus (November 21, 2007).
Finally at Bluebell Hill on August 12, 2005, we will show you a picture or our inner solar system for the near-future date of May 4, 2007, which is when Comet Holmes will reach perihelion (i.e. closest approach to the Sun). The location of Comet Holmes on that day will be indicated clearly by a large outer circle drawn just past the orbit of Mars, with another thin circle drawn around it for emphasis. Two other orbital locations of Comet Holmes for June 25, 2007 or November 21, 2007 will also be shown, because on those days it will pass by two bright stars known as Hamal and Mirfak (as seen from Earth).
Now Comet Holmes will not explode until October 25, 2007! How could we possibly show you a picture of Comet Holmes two years earlier on August 12, 2005, and also show its precise location in space on May 4, 2007 (five months before it exploded), unless we can see into your future? Your greatest modern physicist Einstein said: "The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion." Do you believe him now?
We have gone to all of this trouble, so that you will know that we really can see into your modern future on Earth, using our advanced space time physics. You do not yet possess such technology, but most of your leading physicists including Thorne, Hawking, Visser and Kaku believe is possible. All through the summer of 2006, we will show you many different schematic pictures of wormholes, Roman rings or closed time-like curves, to confirm that we know what we are talking about. We call them "conduits" through space or time.
Later in the summer of 2007, only a few months before that comet explodes, we will show another series of pictures to help you understand our Sun-Venus calendar. One of those pictures will be recorded on camera as forming instantly at 3 AM one night, with no one in the field below
(www.gazetteandherald.co.uk/news/headlines/display.var.1559662.0.the_crop_circle_mystery.php). What else do we have to do? The level of scientific proof that we have provided seems unequivocal. If we wrote simple messages to you in modern English (not our native language), people would pay even less attention.
Why are we doing all of this? It is because the most likely future of humans on 21st-century Earth appears very problematic, or specifically "much pain but still time"
or www.lucypringle.co.uk/articles/crabwood). Yet some of those unfavourable timelines can still be changed, if other unexpected astronomical events (yet to happen) are perceived correctly in advance. Our messages concerning Comet Holmes were intended to establish credibility, for other messages that you will receive soon.