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This circle glyph was discovered from the air around noon on April 15th. It sits alongside Oliver’s Castle near Devizes, Wiltshire and can be viewed from the Castle embankment.
The glyph is in a field of flowering oil-seed rape. Crop is standing at about four feet high.
The pattern spans across 333ft of the field with the outer ring of the main circle measuring 33ft width. Seven arcs, each approximately 5ft wide cut through the central body of the circle.
Originally posted by antar
Seems real enough to me, I always notice a distinct difference in man made hoaxes and the possible real deal. The fakies seem to always be crooked and malaligned. I would like to do an entire wall in my home with framed art of different glyphs.
Originally posted by Inannamute
Looks almost like the AT&T logo to me.. :p
As with most crop circles, if man made, the accuracy and effort is amazing. This is clearly evenly proportioned.
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
Well, if you believe in the "man-made" crop circle theory, which I do not, you have to realize that we are not talking about a typical individual who is doing it.
On August 11th a snowflake formation appeared in the field at Oliver's Castle, near Devizes, England. Many people have already heard via the Internet or through crop circle lectures and publications of the extraordinary video obtained at this site. The video claims to record the construction of this formation. In the film, four small white spheres (resembling the disks of light filmed several times within and about crop circles) maneuver around a field as the crop pattern forms beneath them. We wanted, perhaps more than most, to believe the video is exactly what it seems. The film is remarkable, very exciting to view, is inconclusive in it's analysis and is, of course, shrouded in controversy. Unfortunately it is also shrouded in distortions. Several reports have been aired over the Internet and in crop circle publications which are simply incorrect. People who were present for the first showing remember details differently. Conclusions based on technical merit cannot be made unless the original is released for testing and unfortunately, there are too many con men trying to derail the phenomenon to take things at face value without a probing investigation. In addition, the video shown the day the formation arrived is claimed to differ significantly from the video which is now in circulation and undergoing attempts at analysis. In this article, for the first time, all the pieces are put together. Following is the story as accurately as we can recount it.
Since this report was written, John Wabe was traced to a Bristol video production company, and caught. He since came clean about the video being a con, and is being prosecuted.