Crop Circle from Tlapanaloya, Tequixquiac, Mexico

“We must say that we never found a broken stem.
The oats were only bent, but alive, something
that caught the farmer's attention.”

- Crop Formation Investigator for Tercer Milenio

 

Pattern in oat field 198 feet in diameter discovered on Sunday morning,  September 23, 2012, in Tlapanaloya, Tequixquiac, Mexico, north of Mexico City. Image © 2012 by Tercer Milenio.
Pattern in oat field 198 feet in diameter discovered on Sunday morning, September 23, 2012, in Tlapanaloya, Tequixquiac, Mexico, north of Mexico City. Image © 2012 by Tercer Milenio.
Upper red circle is Tlapanaloya, Tequixquiac,in the  State of Mexico, north of Mexico City (bottom red circle).  On Sunday morning, September 23, 2012, a  198-foot-diameter pattern in oats was found.
Upper red circle is Tlapanaloya, Tequixquiac,in the State of Mexico, north of Mexico City (bottom red circle). On Sunday morning, September 23, 2012, a 198-foot-diameter pattern in oats was found.

October 2, 2012  Tlapanaloya, Tequixquiac, Mexico - Last week Jaime Maussan, a well known Mexico City TV reporter and producer of Tercer Melnio, called me about the report of a crop formation at least 180 feet in diameter in oats north of Mexico City. He emailed me a ground photograph taken by an investigator for Tercer Milenio, who arrived several hours after the pattern was first found on Sunday morning, September 23, 2012. There is an outer circle of sixteen small triangles around the perimeter narrow ring that point towards the central pattern that can be seen more clearly in the aerials below.

 

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