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Analysis of Clatford May 9th crop circle as a "time map"

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posted on May, 11 2009 @ 01:05 AM
Interesting analysis. The author considers this crop circle to be particularly important for some reason.

"...the Clatford crop glyph is likely NOT a sigil, intending to obscure, but rather is more likely a temporal reference 'map' intending to point us toward the alignment of the earth (from the earth's view point) with the Milky Way galactic central on 12.21.2012, at 11:11 am. There are also hints within the further analysis at the archetypic level to examine the 'half cycles', or 13,0000 years and what happened then.....or so it would seem.

Further conclusions are able to be extracted from the higher levels of reality, such as the 'apparent' attempt to over lay the 'hoax' label on this particular glyph, as well as the 'rapt and rabid' attention being paid to crop circles/glyphs by the British and American military organizations, as well as several very 'key' corporations.

The amount of effort going into 'rubbishing' this particular glyph brings up the natural response of 'why'? What makes this communications so special? "

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posted on May, 11 2009 @ 10:31 AM
I am very, very sorry but we spent a couple of summers in the Wiltshire "Circle Fields" in 1990/1991, and there is no extra terrestrial design here at all.
Every single one of the odd shaped "Circles" is man made.
Bar none.
When you get familiar with the whole "phenomenon" you cannot help draw the conclusion that it was art for arts sake at first, followed by cynical commercial exploitation later, and now it is all done to see what people will swallow.
Why do I say this?
Well, in every single formation of the 300+ we surveyed in that time was demonstrably man-made, and if you know where to look you can always find the tracks created by the feet of the people who make them.
Add to this that you used to be able to go into the Waggon & Horses at Beckhampton (just down the road from Silbury Hill & Avebury) and when you placed yourself in the right area of the bar you could quite plainly overhear the "circle makers" planning the weeks designs. This is one of the best ways to discover in advance where a formation will "appear" before the following morning - we were first in on many formations, and you can - as I have stated - always find the entry points.

These things are beautifully made in the best part, but theyare man made.


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