Cerkvenjak, Stajerska, Slovenia
Although the two small circles are opposed to each other, they have size and position (to the tramline on which they are attached) in common. They are the same, so to speak. The turn of the tramline on the right below says almost a similar thing: “You can turn to find out that opposition doesn’t have to mean hostility”. Therefore, this crop formation could be an answer to the “no more war” formation that I suspect to be of the nature ‘human-speaks-to-ET’. This formation could be ‘ET-answers-to-human’. The “no more war” formation that I refer to is a formation that appeared at Chilcomb, Hampshire, UK. It was reported on the same date, that happened to be the seventieth D-Day remembrance day. The formation contained a Morse code saying “no more war”.
Only just to confirm we are in contact, the formation speaks of one (large) dot which in Morse means “E” and two (small) dots which in Morse means “T”. So, ET being playful with our Morse message? I think so!
What remains a bit puzzling is why the answer in the form of this crop formation came down at Slovenia. In the context of D-Day remembrance a far more understandable location would, in my view, be Normandy or Germany. On the other hand, the crop circle phenomenon wouldn’t be what it is without directing our attention to the unknown… The second world war ended in Slovenia on May 15 1945. During that war it had been under occupation of Germany, Italy, Hungary and the independent State of Croatia.
Many thanks to Robert and Sabina for the excellent pictures. www.RoSabertina.com
Randell, meaning of crop circles
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