Another example of cometary astronomy in crops: the impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy on Jupiter in 1994 was shown all throughout the summer of 1994 in English crop pictures
Many crop pictures from the summer of 2005 foretold the unexpected outburst of Comet Holmes in October of 2007, while many crop pictures from the summer of 1995 foretold the unexpected outburst of comet 73P Schwassman-Wachmann 3 in mid-September of 1995. Those two discoveries have essentially re-written our current concepts of time and space, as much as say the confirmation of Einstein's general relativity by Eddington's eclipse expedition of 1919 re-wrote the Newtonian concepts of time and space favoured by our predecessors (see www.firstscience.com/site/articles/coles.asp).
Yet for the time being, the current scientific establishment in Britain or elsewhere has chosen not to recognize such unsettling and novel experimental facts. "Crop circles? Those are made by chaps!" Sure, right.
Thirteen years ago, another comet called Shoemaker-Levy 9 crashed into the planet Jupiter. from July 16 to July 22, 1994. It thereby created a series of large, dark impact scars on Jupiter that were called "A, B, C ...." in order of their appearance. Its biggest impact scar "G" was particularly impressive, and created several dark rings with a dot outside of the centre:
Crop pictures of "comets in the constellation Scorpius" appeared all throughout the summer of 1994 in southern England, while the impact-scar crop picture shown above right did not appear until July 26, or one week after the actual event. So to be precise, this was not a third example of future prediction in crops, yet it came very close. For a more detailed account of those 1994 observations, please see the original studies by Kris and Ed Sherwood on www.cropcircleanswers.com/scorpious_hour.htm or www.cropcircleanswers.com/Angel_ForeTold.htm.