The meaning of Crop Circles

2008 07 27, Honeystreet

  Honey Street, Alton Barnes

Honeystreet, Alton Barnes. © Randell.

Honeystreet, Alton Barnes. © Randell.

The Goddess.

Here we have a depiction representing “the Goddess”. When searching for comparable images, we will find plenty of them, although hardly this perfect. They often come from very ancient sources. The drawings below origin from stone sculptures from Amorgos, Naxos and Crete. They are pre-Mycene at approximate 2000 BC.

Source: ©  Nancy Qualls-Corbett, "de Heilige Hoer".

Source: © Nancy Qualls-Corbett, “de Heilige Hoer”.

   The crop circle image seems very original and as one could expect from the phenomenon, it has very interesting geometry incorporated. It is a very beautiful and playful design, totally in line with the gracious entity. Talking about playful; it won’t be coincidence the formation was positioned straight next to Honey street, as she presents herself to so many man as “honey”. And even more playful; I am not quite sure if she has just caught the ball or if she’s about to throw the ball. All I can say, is that I wouldn’t mind her to throw it at me.































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