Reprint Part 2:  Yatesbury, England and Madisonville, Tennessee – A Mayan Link?

Left:  Yatesbury Field, Wiltshire, England, reported May 30, 2007, fifty-seven swirled barley circles in large spiral about 300 feet in diameter. Right: Madisonville, Tennessee, wheat pattern about 170 feet in diameter with crop laid down in counterclockwise circles discovered from airplane on May 15, 2007. U.K. aerial image © 2007 by Lucy Pringle. Tennessee aerial  © 2007 by Mark Boring, Co-owner and Editor, Monroe County Buzz.
Left: Yatesbury Field, Wiltshire, England, reported May 30, 2007, fifty-seven swirled barley circles in large spiral about 300 feet in diameter. Right: Madisonville, Tennessee, wheat pattern about 170 feet in diameter with crop laid down in counterclockwise circles discovered from airplane on May 15, 2007. U.K. aerial image © 2007 by Lucy Pringle. Tennessee aerial © 2007 by Mark Boring, Co-owner and Editor, Monroe County Buzz.
Madisonville, Tennessee (red circle) is 45 miles (72 km) southwest of Knoxville.
Madisonville, Tennessee (red circle) is 45 miles (72 km) southwest of Knoxville.

Also see Archived Part 1: Yatesbury Spiral - Viewer Comments on Spiral Math

Reprint May 17, 2011 the original Earthfiles 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. 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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