Magnificent formation graces Sugar Hill!

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2007-08-04 01:16:49

Attachments :    Magnificent formation graces Sugar Hill Wiltshire, 1st August 2007, 300ft approx, wheat. The most impressive so far!   As we enter August, the climax of the crop circle season is now upon us. Only a few week remain until the wheat fields are laid bare by the combine harvesters!   Today came a report of a possible crop circle close to Aldbourne in Wiltshire visible from the B4921. The report was confirmed by two American researchers out in the fields. As he approached Sugar Hill, Steve could see close to the main road what looked like a possible crop circle. As Steve flew closer, it became clear, that this was indeed a crop circle of such beauty, that the impact of seeing this formation in the landscape almost took his breath away!   Photo – Steve Alexander Photo –  Steve Alexander This amazing new circle is approximately 300ft in diameter and is 
located at Sugar Hill, nr Aldbourne, Wilts. It combines the hexagram, 
hexagon and the cube, with its outer sections containing three 
circles containing 36 petals, which totals 108 petals. This is an 
interesting number as 1 + 0 + 8 = 9 which connects this formation to 
the many formations containing 9 that have occurred this year. 108 ÷ 
9 = 12 another common number this season. It seem this formation is a 
synthesis of numerical themes during 2007. Note also that 2 + 0 + 0 + 
7 = 9!

The relationship between the hexagon and the cube has been a theme 
visited several times by the crop circles, and seems to imply a 
change from one dimension to another. If a hexagon is drawn, then 
lines from alternate points drawn so that they connect at the centre (to 
make a ‘Y’ shape, the hexagon magically becomes a three-dimensional 
cube! The relevance of thirty six is that it is six multiplied by 
itself. – Karen Alexander

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