The meaning of Crop Circles

2012 08 12, Devil’s Den

  Devil’s Den

Devil's Den, 2012 8 12.

Devil’s Den, 2012 8 12.

Although the formation seems man made to me, I find its design intriguing. Directly underneath the “teeth” there seems a construction-line that appears like a dissonant for the overall impression.

Construction-line as dissonant.

Construction-line as dissonant.

Another reason for me to suspect the formation being man-made is that the lay is full of rhythmic intervals that I imagine being produced by stomping board steps. Furthermore, the drawing seems almost handwritten, as an illustration from some kind of comic book.

Stomping board rhythms?

Stomping board rhythms?

In spite of these indications I associate this formation with ice under a surface. Maybe it refers to the surface of Mars as the reddish colour of the crop can suggest, but also a surface of snow as seen at a most intriguing snow formation at Schijndel, the Netherlands, earlier that year. Of course, one needs to agree with the interpretation of an icy surface  underneath another surface to follow my thoughts. However, there’s a lovely play going on with the suggestion of shading and actual shading itself. In a metaphysical approach, understanding ice as symbolic for betrayal, I suppose we can recognize superficiality covering betrayal. Such is not the most happy theme to talk about, but modern society seems to contain an awful lot of this.

In case we are damaged by causes of betrayal, or for the matter just intimidated by these, it will be of value to question if we are free of such behaviour ourselves. It is in fact possible we betray without realising it, as situations cannot easily be overseen in all aspects. More alarming of course is when betraying is done in “full” awareness. It can take horrible  processes to discover how we are able to betray our selves by betraying others. Betrayal is in fact the worst karma that exists. We better be careful in what we do to ourselves and to others.    





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