The recent Avebury Manor Crop Glyph in Wiltshire in the United Kingdom, shows the positions of the planets on the date of December 21st, 2012.
Notice the Yin-Yang "serpent heads" type formation of the swirl within the central circle representing the Sun.
(there are two people standing in the central circle as well)
the opposing symmetrical "swirls are shown in slight differences in the shades of the flattened grass.
Another thing to note is the unknown "dot" between Uranus and Neptune in the Photo, which the diagram artist failed to include.
images courtesy of x-cosmos.it
diagram and comparative image of solar bodies in their positions on 12/21/12 -
whether it's Aliens,
or secret thousand-man armies of "board stompers" that accomplish massive hoaxes all over the world in a secret and geometrically precise manner
within minutes without being caught, or leaving footprints, and leaving mysteriously magnetically charged soil injected 8 inches under the topsoil
across the entire flattened areas...
....remains a mystery.
What remains a fact, is that we are in the midst of one of the most gigantic flaps of crop-glyph production ever recorded, showing up to over 3 glyphs
overnight averaging every day for over two months.
While some remain simple in design, many are increasing in extrapolative complexity and size.
Whomever is creating them... one can conclude, that something is being communicated.
Especially in this recent job.
Note the positions of Mercury and Venus on Dec 21st, 2012.
Yale alumnus, Tom Charles Van Flandern, Current head of the Naval Observatory's Celestial Mechanics Department, Author of "Dark Matter, Missing
Planets and New Comets: Paradoxes Resolved, Origins Illuminated",
Has hypothesized as to how Mercury, could at one time, have been Venus' satellite.
Imaged here, we see the relative sizes between Earth, the Moon, Venus, and Mercury.
Upon coming as close as possible to one another as Mercury transits Venus, if there are any profound gravitationaly intervening anomalies surrounding
this date... could.. if brought close enough to find a barycenter with one another, potentially.. "mate" and become a planet-satellite system yet
This new "couple" would be the most similar planetary situation to the Earth-Moon system, and possibly the most able to be habitable because of
Obviously, the nearer proximity to the sun that Venus holds, hasn't the ability to sustain liquid water, and would choke you with it's sulfuric acid
But if any, I'd say that a Venus / Mercury pairing would be the next best thing we can imagine, given what we have to "work with".
Imagine utilizing the movement of a passing "planet-x"'s pull in order to pair them, and bring the system into a position within earth's orbital
path around the sun, but on the EXACT opposite side of the Sun.
Pretty far out..
but fun to think about.
give us a few thousand years, I'm sure we'd have the technology to do this ourselves someday, without the help of a passing rogue planet...albeit
the tremendously distant future.
I like to wonder about these things.
[edit on 16-7-2008 by prevenge]