Two 2012 U. K. Crop Formations of High Strangeness

“The recorded effect of severe node bending, when seen on day one, is not the effect of phototropism or similar natural processes. The delivery system employed in the creation of this circle remains a mystery.”

- Charles Mallett, Silent Circle.com.

 

Top: Knoll Down, Beckhampton, Wiltshire, England, reported June 26, 2012. Aerial © 2012 by Henry F. Mac. Bottom: Etchilhampton Hill, Etchilhampton, Wiltshire, England, reported July 12, 2012. Etchilhampton Pole Photography  © 2012 by Eva Marie Brekkestoe.
Top: Knoll Down, Beckhampton, Wiltshire, England, reported June 26, 2012. Aerial © 2012 by Henry F. Mac.
Bottom: Etchilhampton Hill, Etchilhampton, Wiltshire, England, reported July 12, 2012. Etchilhampton Pole Photography © 2012 by Eva Marie Brekkestoe.

The upper right map pointer is highlighting Knoll Down, Wiltshire, England, not far from the ancient stone circles of Avebury and Europe's tallest manmade mound,  Silbury Hill. Southwest by about 12 miles as the crow flies is Etchilhampton Hill (bottom red circle).
The upper right map pointer is highlighting Knoll Down, Wiltshire, England, not far from the ancient stone circles of Avebury and Europe's tallest manmade mound, Silbury Hill. Southwest by about 12 miles as the crow flies is Etchilhampton Hill (bottom red circle).

August 31, 2012  Wiltshire, England - Mysterious crop circles associated with balls of light moving in the air across fields have been reported in England since at least World War I. The modern age of crop formations emerged in the late 1970s around Warminster, England, and evolved through the 1980s from single circles to simple patterns of a few circles to the astonishing geometries, fractals and other complex patterns from the 1990s into the 21st Century.

 

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