The latest round of crop circles in the United Kingdom seems to be getting increasingly exciting. They appear to indicate the counting down of something via a timeline/clock, all pointed at this coming weekend sometime!
I obtained this info from this site as I also like that it presents with numerous interpretations that could help our own intuition and insights along.
But before I even arrived at this site's info, I had a very lengthy chat with Nada on Sunday. She added more to the message I received from Metatron recently about how our roles are to unfold further-and more about my own personal upcoming role.
While I really don't dig doing this, I must share that I received an unmistakeable excitement from her about possibilities for the 3DD sometime this weekend (Fri-Sun), although she specified nothing, I must add! I also got a little nudge to refresh my water supply again on Friday. Which I will duly do.
Bring it on, sister...we're all as ready for the higher order games to begin as we are likely to be at this point. Personally, like others I know, I've been practically champing at the bit to get going with the teaching period.
In (continued) magic, madness & mystery
I've posted the copy here, but no success with the pics, so you best go directly there. The interesting bit I copied starts from about 1/3 of the way down on that site.
Three new crop pictures at Windmill Hill, Oliver’s Castle or Etchilhampton follow similar styles, and seem to show a “countdown in days” 10-9-8 until some important event on August 4 or 5, 2012, predicted in June at Manton Drove
We are now in the midst of a flurry of new crop pictures, so it is hard for an analyst to keep up. Here we will make some tentative attempts to understand the ongoing phenomenon, while accepting that it may not be possible to understand some of these pictures until after the full 2012 season ends.
Three new crop pictures at Windmill Hill on July 25, Oliver’s Castle on July 26, or Etchilhampton on July 28 show similar styles:
Windmill Hill seems to tell us about “eight days until a full Moon on August 2”, or “ten days from July 26 until some event on August 4”:
It also showed a Mayan calendar date of 188.8.131.52.16 meaning August 1, 2012. Two lunar crescents may signify “two days past a full Moon on August 4”. Its overall “trident” shape may signify a conjunction between our Moon and Neptune on August 4.
Oliver’s Castle seems to show an unknown object “coming out of a wormhole”, along with two “lunar crescents”. A careful counting of its circles reveals “nine days from July 27 until August 4”
Etchilhampton seems to show “eight days from July 28 until August 4”, or possibly “eight days from July 29 until August 5”. The latter interpretation may be favoured, because we can see five growing circles (labelled in yellow) further to the right:
For all three crop circles, the “day count” begins one day after the crop picture has appeared.
Around the outside of Etchilhampton, we can again see two “lunar crescents”. These have been numbered according to certain dates in the Mayan Long Count calendar as 184.108.40.206.16 meaning August 1, 2012, or 220.127.116.11.16 meaning August 21, 2012..One might try to interpret these numbers as 18.104.22.168.11, but that means July 27 as a date already passed.
Finally we may compare Etchilhampton and Oliver’s Castle in 2012 to a “wormhole” crop picture from Barbury Castle in 2011:
The imagery in both cases seems to suggest something “coming out of a wormhole”.
In summary, all of these new crop pictures seem to show a countdown in days 10-9-8 to some important event on August 4 or 5, 2012, which was first predicted by a “polar clock” shown in crops at Manton Drove on June 2, 2012.
There have also been three astronomical suggestions of the same date in crops: (i) at Santena, Italy on June 17 (the Sun and Mercury in Cancer on August 4), (ii) at The Wrekin on July 23 (Saturn, Spica and Mars form a distinctive triangle on August 4), or (iii) at Windmill Hill on July 25 (the Moon and Neptune conjunct on August 4).
What will happen if anything? Perhaps we will see a major new crop picture, giving us some kind of message. Or perhaps we will see open communication between friendly extra-terrestrials and all the people of Earth, using images in the sky or even radio-TV channels. Everything in crops seems to suggest “communication”, while nothing seems to suggest “disaster”.
Those crop artists are quite aware of the ongoing Olympic Games in London. A crop picture on July 23 at Longwood Warren showed a schematic image of London Olympic Stadium. Another at Hill Barn on July 26 showed “alien footprints on Earth”, along with “six Olympic rings” rather than the usual five. Was this intended to suggest that five existing continents on Earth (Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia and Oceania) will soon be joined in friendship by a sixth outside party?
Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew)
FOR VISITING THE CROP CIRCLES.
Echilhampton(2): Love on Second Site
Had I not been searching through images during my writing for Hill Barn, I would not have come by an image that is astoundingly similar to Etchilhampton (2), Nr Devizes, Wiltshire. Reported 28th July. When I was looking through the book on Thursday, the image actually impressed me as similar to the Windmill Hill, nr Avebury, Wiltshire. Reported 25th July, but then this formation showed up on Saturday! These two formations are connected in meaning.
Both have similar elements: the circle with centers emphasized, the penetration by linear indicators. The Echilhampton (2) formation is so close in design to the image I found, that I feel the words on the image itself must give us a clue as to the meaning of the crop circle. Felix connubium means happy or fortunate sexual union (or union of opposites). It is described as “Sceptre avec anneau, couronne et diamant” (Encyclopédie 614). In the formation, the outer crown encloses a ring and the diamond is more like the pointed head of a spear made of one larger circle with centre circle and a row of small circles diminishing in size. The diamond, like the vesica pisces can represent the Goddess. “She is still known in the East as the Diamond Sow; her yonic shrine in paradise is the Diamond Seat; and diamond can easily be read as ‘Goddess of the World’.” (Walker 508)
This sceptre with circular design represents the union of opposites
which is often symbolized by sexual images, i.e. yoni & lingam, sword & stone, etc.
The sceptre with orb as in the Windmill Hill formation is closer to the jade sceptre I found in the Cooper book. It is a Chinese tradition to present the family of the newly married person with a sceptre as an emblem of success and faith in the union. The “jade Ming sceptre is decorated with the disk of heaven and, on its shaft, the rocks of earth: power must unite both.” (Cooper 145)
“The orb and scepter together symbolize completeness and the
creative power of male and female.” (Bruce-Mitford 89)
Once having noticed all this, I took another look at the first Echilhampton formation, Etchilhampton Hill, nr Devizes, Wiltshire. Reported 12th July, and the Hill Barn, nr East Kennett, Wiltshire. Reported 26th July formation, and found that both contain predominantly feminine characteristics with no evident masculine aspect. In fact, in the single circle the masculine symbol is not there at all, and in the wilder-looking organic formation of Hill Barn there is no masculine or phallic symbol that jumps out visually. It is as if the lonely ovum/circle (Echilhampton) is waiting to be fertilized, as is the Diamond Sow Goddess (Hill Barn) in the barn on the hill! She was definitely alluded to once before in the crop circle formation at Coploe Hill, nr Ickleton, Cambridgeshire. Reported 17th July.
Image by Stephen George
Marici, Buddhist Diamond Sow, Goddess of the Dawn and therefore, beginnings, awakenings
Both Windmill Hill and Echilhampton (2) are presentations of the wholeness, supremacy and beauty of the union of Heaven and Earth, Masculine and Feminine, spiritual and material, when they are honoured equally. This is when and how the NEW WORLD is created and, for us humans, the Newness depends on our own surrender and acceptance–our willingness to become the mediators between Heaven and Earth by developing and dedicating our consciousness to this process.
The group of crop formations: Echilhampton , Windmill Hill, Hill Barn, and Echilhampton (2) tell us that this new consciousness is offered and available to all walks and likes of person: from the pure and simple (Echilhampton) to the rather casual-funky (Hill Barn), to the profoundly spiritual and the intellectually minded (Windmill Hill & Echilhampton 2). The key to understanding these messages is shown specifically in the photos of Stuart Dike and Paul Jacobs on the ground images page of Echilhampton.
Approach with an openness of the heart. It is with this consciousness
that we will experience transformation and understanding.
The circle makers use any and all references to help us move on to another level of awareness: humour, mathematics, ancient history, mythology, religion, social conventions, geometry, physics, astronomy, astrology, spiritual systems, our imaginations–essentially anything known to humanity throughout the ages in order to bring us into a new understanding of life through familiar and friendly means. THANKS TO YOU CREATORS OF THE CIRCLES!!!!
This is a destiny that is being presented to us in the amazing fields of grain, our earthly sustenance, material and spiritual combined.
Bruce-Mitford, Miranda. The illustrated Book of signs & Symbols. Reader’s Digest. Montreal. 1996.
Cooper, J.C. An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Traditional Symbols. Thames & Hudson. London. 1978.
Encyclopédie des symboles. Michel Cazenave, red. Le Livre de Poche. 1996.
Walker, Barbara. The Woman’s Dictionary of Symbols & Sacred Objects. Castle Books. Edison, NJ. 1988.
The Khanda, ਖੰਡਾ, is one of three and most important symbols of Sikhism. Khanda is commonly called the Sikh coat of arms, or "Khalsa Crest".
The Khanda constitutes of three items in one, each with a symbolic meaning. A double-edged sword called a Khanda in the centre, a Chakkar which is circular and two single-edged swords( kirpans), are crossed at the bottom and sit on either side of the Khanda and Chakkar. However, the name Khanda is derived from the central symbol, a special type of double-edged sword which confirms the Sikhs' belief in One God. The central double edged sword signifies truth, strength, freedom and justice. The circle or chakkar represents the eternal. This is a symbol of all-embracing divine manifestation including everything and wanting nothing, without beginning or end, neither first or last, timeless, and absolute. The two swords of Miri and Piri represent political and spiritual sovereignty.
Thursday, August 2, 2012