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August 3, 2009 Yatesbury, Wiltshire, England - Yesterday, August 2, 2009, a new wheat formation was reported at Morgan's Hill near Bishop Cannings, Wiltshire. This is the second pattern in 2009 around Morgan's Hill. The first was the "lunar cycle calculator" of April 24, 2009, in flowering oilseed rape that indicated a date of July 7, 2009, for an astronomical event that the Australian scientist and physicist Mike Reed of North Carolina reported might relate to a solar event, probably a flare. The largest sunspot in more than a year of our abnormally quiet, spotless sun occurred between July 5 and 7, 2009. So, that April 24th Morgan's Hill crop formation was forecasting a future astronomical event.
August 5, 2009 Yatesbury, Wiltshire, England - Mid-day on August 3, 2009, photographer and crop circle researcher Frank Laumen from Germany was driving on the road near Silbury Hill when through a gap in the trees, Frank could see something in a wheat field at the base that was definitely not there the night before when he and his German colleague, Andreas Mueller, had driven by after visiting the Morgan's Hill pattern reported August 2. Frank used his cell phone to call Andreas in another car behind him and they stopped to get into the field.
Eventually someone called Cropcircleconnector.com to report the new pattern that no one knows if it arrived during daylight hours on August 3. Whether it is a miraculous, rapid, daytime creation or not, this is a remarkably detailed pattern on the ground. After the Connector posted aerial shots by Olivier Morel, literally busloads of people arrived, followed by a farmer so angry that eyewitnesses in the field said the man's “veins were popping out the side of his neck.” The Australian scientist, who has been studying crop formations for their lunar, solar and astronomical information, offered the angry farmer 50 English pounds with the request as a scientist for a little more time to study the complicated details. The farmer took the money, waited a few minutes and then aggressively drove his mower through the entire formation erasing it by 5:30 PM.