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29 May 2009

 

Wayland Smithy

Wayland Smithy

wayland Smithy

Wayland Smithy

Wayland Smithy

Wayland Smithy

Wayland Smithy

Wayland Smithy

Look at this design discovered on 29 May 2009 in Oxfordshire at Wayland Smithy.  It's like a huge jellyfish moving across the field!  It measures approx. 250 ft x 600 ft long and is laid in Barley.

Wayland Smithy is a neolithic burial chamber close to the ancient Ridgeway trail.

 

Wayland Smithy

Wayland Smithy

Wayland Smithy

Images Copyright Olivier Morel WCCSG 2009

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Our team visited this formation on Sunday 31st May.  The crop had been gently flattened and was rebounding quite a lot, making it diffiuclt to walk over it in some places.

 

In the 'tentacles' the barley was laid almost like a plait, with crop coming from the left and then the right and then the left, each time overlapping.

 

You can see from the groundshots that from ground level, inside the tenticles was almost like being at the base of a pipe, with the laid crop blending up the sides to the standing crops.

 

We were sent a link by Andrew Pyrka to a video on You Tube depicting how the earth's magnetic field appears as our planet moves through space protecting itself from the rays and flares of the sun.  Have a look at this amazing link and see if you can see similarities in the shapes from this footage to this crop circle design.

 

This is an amazing formation - it's incomprehensible what 2009 can bring next!

 

Wayland Smithy

Wayland Smithy

 

 

 

 

 

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