Cherhill Crop Circle, Wiltshire, April 2017

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Cherhill Crop Circle, Wiltshire, England.
Cherhill Crop Circle, Wiltshire, England.

Cherhill Crop Circle is a 100ft crop circle, first of the season discovered on 17th April 2017.

The schematic image of a “pendulum”, which appeared in crops near Cherhill on April 17, 2017.   This resembles several other “clock pendulums” which were shown in a movie “Alice Through the Looking Glass” from 2016 

All of those movie “pendulums” contain three long rods, sometimes seen for an antique “lyre” style of device.  In 2016 two crop circles were also related to ‘Alice in Wonderland’ – The Cheshire Cat from “Alice Through the Looking Glass”.  One appeared near Wilton Windmill on July 15 (see wiltonwindmill articles), while the other appeared near Figsbury Ring on July 22 (see Figsbury Ring articles).

This new crop picture in oilseed rape on April 17, 2017 was geometrically aligned in the field with two major landscape symbols nearby:

(1) the Cherhill White Horse at the top of a hill on the left.

(2) an “aviator serpent” along the side of a hill on the right.

 

Maybe the crop circle symbol is a reference to an upcoming cosmic event on August 21, 2017 when earth, moon, sun and Venus are aligned which coincides with a solar eclipse on the same day?

But what stands out is that the same symbol can be found on the 5,000-year-old Cochno stone in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland, that according to researchers represent an ancient cosmic map.

 

 

Lets go on the magic carpet ride that is drone flight over the magical Wiltshire Hillside and this first formation of 2017.

Silentcircle have reported that on close inspection of this event on the ground it was abundantly clear that the pattern in it’s entirety was brought about by means of a heavy mechanical process that involved physical stomping of the plants to the ground. The vast majority of the thicker laid plants were noted as broken over at the base with further scrape-markes up many of the stems and some physical damage to the flower-heads also well apparent, as if whatever was used in the construction process was dragged over the plants for the following crush-action – rather than lifted. The thiner slightly less developed plants in the affected area were largely unbroken as they are much more rubbery, thus held to the ground by the broken plants on top of them. The pattern of damage recorded on the ground is consistent with the physical effects recorded in ‘known’ man-made (commisioned) crop-circles in this type of crop.

Sources: Cropcircleconnector, Mission Galatic Freedom, Silentcircle.

 

 

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