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THIS amazing crop circle has been found in a British farmer's field - the second to be discovered within a matter of days.
The astonishing creation of a dragonfly was found in a farmer's field in Yatesbury, Wilts — just days after a jellyfish formation was spotted in Oxfordshire.
Now crop circle enthusiasts believe the intricate designs could be a warning to the human race to save the planet.
Experts believe Britain could expect to see more crop circles over the summer.
Fanatic Steve Alexander, 50, from Gosport, Hants, said: "Some years you do get themes developing and often you are looking for why this happens.
"It could be do reflect the status of the world at the moment with its financial, political and more importantly, environmental problems.
"I imagine this will not be the last one we will see this summer and it has already been a busy summer for spotting them as they are well ahead of schedule."
Originally posted by MoonandStar
First Jellyfish then this...
[edit on 5-6-2009 by MoonandStar]
Originally posted by dallas18
the wings are particularly intriguing
i wonder why the right wing is considerably larger than the left
Originally posted by CSquared288
reply to post by dallas18
that may be the result of the angle the picture was taken at
Originally posted by mikesingh
As a creature of the wind, the dragonfly represents change. The Japanese people have chosen to honor the dragonfly as a symbol of joy and new light. The dragonfly has been a symbol of happiness, new beginnings hope and change.
So is this a sign that universal change for the better is coming - spiritually and physically? Hopefully so. The world is all messed up and needs to be taken to the cleaners, pronto!
Originally posted by Cds4344
Or some bored guys are really good at playing with grass and using their imaginations. I personally don't believe this symbolizes anything other than some guys making art in an unusual way.