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June 6, 2007 Yatesbury Field, Wiltshire, England - Two crop formations an ocean apart - one in English barley near the ancient and sacred ground of Avebury Trusloe on Yatesbury Field; the other in a Madisonville, Tennessee, wheat field not far from the historic Cherokee Indian capital of Chota and even more ancient 9,500-year-old Icehouse Bottom. (See Part 3: Madisonville Circles.) The English pattern has fifty-seven circles threaded on a thin, 4-inch-diameter spiral. The Tennessee pattern has nine circles with a triangular "pointer" in the middle standing circle that aims west in the opposite direction from Chota.
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