Swiss Army Pilot Discovers “Perfect Geometric Figure” and U.K.’s East Field Gets At Least 90 Circles!

 Nearly 200-foot-diameter "perfect geometric figure" discovered in wheat field in Corcelles-pres-Payerne, Switzerland, by Swiss Army pilot on July 2, 2007. Aerial image © 2007 by Francois Blancoud.
Nearly 200-foot-diameter "perfect geometric figure" discovered in wheat field in Corcelles-pres-Payerne, Switzerland, by Swiss Army pilot on July 2, 2007. Aerial image © 2007 by Francois Blancoud.

July 7, 2007  Corcelles-près-Payerne, Switzerland -   The Swiss website, 24 Heures (24 hours) reports this week a Swiss Army pilot was flying over a wheat field in Corcelles-pres-Payerne, Switzerland, on July 2, 2007, when he saw "a perfect geometric figure" of six arcs swirled in a flattened circle about 197 feet (60 meters) in diameter.

 

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