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Dear Deep,
Re your what, Crop Circles have been around for longer than many realize and I find it amusing that the articles I write on this forum keep going missing or the links that I make seem to get messed up. I wonder if someone is trying to mess with the info I am presenting?

The myth is the link currently studied by Science regarding "what" the Ancients studied regarding Earth anomalies, such as stone placement for instance. St. George being a biblical factor, relative to a Dragon, just as Mother Abomination is.

Omination from ominari
"prophecy" and prophecy is time relative as demonstrated by many as a Number Count.

Crop circles are time related incidences (at night), so myth discusses the values of day/night as it begins in the Biblical Genesis or generations.

Time is a numbered event, just as patterns are numbered event models by way of their design function (angles/shadows etc.).

Dragons are a factor reverenced by the Ancients as the power lines or grids on Earth or the "ley".

Saints and Mother Abomination as a prophecy state that in her are the blood of the Saints, and the myth relates Saints to the Round Table and Arthurian legends. God is the All statement and the oath was All for One and One for All.

Saints were discussed as being the ones who bore the cross for the saving grace of humanity and Saint George fights the dragon with his sword. We know that swords cut and in the Biblical accounts the Sephiroth are the cuts in time by Aleph (axe and swords) 1,000.

1,000 is the return of Christ, and also Satan, as a fight value in time therefore there is a real connection between these values of mythical statements, given stories through Philosophy. Philosophy discusses the attributes in the Heavens in a way so that we might look for the spiritual value involved. Spirit of course creates us, it made us the physical beings that we are today.

Now the star alignment stories such as what has been related to Orion and Sirius state that Osiris was cut up, therefore in time alignments the Sun is involved in cuts and the blood of which is released. Hence plasma stated formations (as seen around crop circles) relate to these cuts in time.

We are now in a time frame where we get to see Sun patterns arrive on the Earth body (harmonic values).

The term for the dragon as a "ley" value a term (Obs.) meant to wager/bet.
The Alpha/beta function forms the AlphaBET, so the Ancients used alpha numeric terms (symbols) such as what is found in the Sephiroth to determine those symbolic Sun alignments as patterns or (Sun talk) as a God/Goddess (des/dess meaning mound). Mounds-leylines.

Coins by the way are found in the biblical quote as Gold coin for God and Silver coin for the Son (Christ).

It is interesting to note that a movie regarding a dragon was called Sefira.

The question was why they form mainly in England, because if you look at the time scope movement time in the grid relates to England as an alignment 11 = 2 pillars or pi function. 10 is God and the movement of 1 is from 11 in time. So we can more than likely place England in a time frame that is relative to the 12 emerging through 2012 in a time frame.

England is by current receiving the harmonic sun patterns that have to align to another point in 2012 as a charge that will be moving through zero point 0 being North and the "pole charge". I was demonstrating that this point is in America, also having gained crop circles and this is found in the Indian legends. (Why many Armageddon prophecies align to America).

I state this because of the "electrical magnetic disturbance" that is linked to Japan (one side) and America (one side) both having an area linked to Devil. This is Devil's Triangle and Devil's Sea.

I hope this makes sense.

Wendy

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Why are most Crop Circles in England? 204 Deep1 02-Aug-09 08:51
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 141 SphinxGirl 02-Aug-09 12:13
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 100 Titus Livius 02-Aug-09 15:10
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 117 Jal Phoenix 02-Aug-09 16:16
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 124 gaylenb 02-Aug-09 16:21
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 108 K_Asp 02-Aug-09 17:20
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 126 Anomalies 03-Aug-09 14:45
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 128 equestrian 02-Aug-09 18:57
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 133 paxton 02-Aug-09 21:58
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 104 Jal Phoenix 03-Aug-09 05:32
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 139 paxton 03-Aug-09 08:46
I would say you haven't... 109 Anomalies 03-Aug-09 19:03
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 109 papalou 13-Aug-09 01:46
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 113 Richard Fusniak 13-Aug-09 13:33
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 129 R and M 13-Aug-09 13:55
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 123 Richard Fusniak 13-Aug-09 14:35
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 119 The Kwuda 13-Aug-09 14:44
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 97 R and M 14-Aug-09 03:30
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 93 papalou 15-Aug-09 19:00
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 135 Richard Fusniak 15-Aug-09 20:13
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 96 papalou 16-Aug-09 03:57
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 169 papalou 16-Aug-09 04:19
Moderator Caution 126 JonnyMcA 15-Aug-09 21:18
Re: Moderator Caution 113 papalou 16-Aug-09 03:59
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 118 Anomalies 17-Aug-09 17:43
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 130 Richard Fusniak 17-Aug-09 20:59
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 82 martinpescatore 13-Aug-09 07:07
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 148 papalou 15-Aug-09 19:05
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 113 Nebankh 03-Aug-09 00:12
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 132 R and M 03-Aug-09 04:31
WHAT? 117 Deep1 03-Aug-09 05:48
Re: WHAT? 123 R and M 04-Aug-09 04:31
Re: WHAT? 129 R and M 04-Aug-09 04:44
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 124 Me 04-Aug-09 01:23
Re: The Rense crop circle 112 Nebankh 04-Aug-09 01:29
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 110 equestrian 04-Aug-09 03:26
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 121 spitfire888 04-Aug-09 02:09
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 130 drone-note 04-Aug-09 14:52
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 102 Deep1 04-Aug-09 16:22
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 123 drone-note 04-Aug-09 16:39
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 132 dmatherly 04-Aug-09 18:09
They are all over the world 126 debraregypt 05-Aug-09 01:52
good point 132 equestrian 05-Aug-09 03:15
Re: good point 127 Anomalies 05-Aug-09 14:19
Re: They are all over the world 120 paxton 05-Aug-09 12:58
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 122 Pete Vanderzwet 05-Aug-09 07:15
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 106 R and M 05-Aug-09 10:02
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 130 Anomalies 05-Aug-09 14:07
sooo shallow 129 equestrian 05-Aug-09 15:51
Re: sooo shallow 133 Pete Vanderzwet 05-Aug-09 19:04
Re: sooo shallow 125 gaylenb 05-Aug-09 20:26
Yellow Card to Eq 94 equestrian 06-Aug-09 03:30
Re: Yellow Card to Eq 131 Pete Vanderzwet 06-Aug-09 08:07
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 124 poster72 05-Aug-09 16:31
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 124 equestrian 05-Aug-09 16:42
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 129 gaylenb 05-Aug-09 16:50
The Skeptic's Gang... 123 equestrian 05-Aug-09 17:18
For the Skeptic's Gang... 127 Anomalies 05-Aug-09 18:16
Re: For the Skeptic's Gang... 95 poster72 06-Aug-09 20:18
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 132 poster72 05-Aug-09 17:40
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 119 Anomalies 05-Aug-09 19:07
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 134 paxton 05-Aug-09 16:52
Like this,poster72? 118 hut 05-Aug-09 18:06
Re: Like this,poster72? 96 Pete Vanderzwet 05-Aug-09 19:59
Re: Like this,poster72? 98 gaylenb 05-Aug-09 20:30
Re: Like this,poster72? 104 Pete Vanderzwet 05-Aug-09 20:35
Re: Like this,poster72? 125 R and M 06-Aug-09 04:45
Re: Like this,poster72? 104 gaylenb 05-Aug-09 20:28
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 84 R and M 06-Aug-09 04:20
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 110 Anomalies 05-Aug-09 17:12
concentration 120 lukehancock 05-Aug-09 19:44
History 163 s-d.adrain 13-Aug-09 07:28
Interesting Youtube video on crop circles Milo and Deep1 127 spitfire888 13-Aug-09 07:13
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 136 iroquois warrior 15-Aug-09 21:41
A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 132 Deep1 17-Aug-09 18:20
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 119 paxton 17-Aug-09 19:27
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 116 Deep1 17-Aug-09 19:42
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 113 spitfire888 17-Aug-09 20:34
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 137 paxton 18-Aug-09 15:48
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 127 Richard Fusniak 18-Aug-09 16:53
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 134 paxton 18-Aug-09 19:43
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 105 Richard Fusniak 18-Aug-09 19:51
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 107 paxton 18-Aug-09 21:05
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 116 Richard Fusniak 18-Aug-09 22:19
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 133 paxton 18-Aug-09 23:18
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 126 Richard Fusniak 19-Aug-09 06:30
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 131 R and M 19-Aug-09 07:59
Re: A Rational, Bottom-Up Analysis 91 Richard Fusniak 19-Aug-09 08:59
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 122 spitfire888 16-Aug-09 19:31
Re: Why are most Crop Circles in England? 120 Anomalies 17-Aug-09 17:49


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