> 13 mile long Crop Circle in the Desert of Oregon
> To Richard Fusniak
> 13 mile long Crop Circle in the Desert
> It seemed that this Crop Circle became so famous that even
> image collection was made.
> By Ms Taeko Shiraki
> The triangle shows the being who likes strives.
> As there are lots of triangles in this Crop Circle, they show
> groups which like strives have gathered together a lot.
> The shape of mosque shows the one of Islam and the square in
> the outer part show Sirius.
> Those seem to have planned by gathering together, but harsh
> announcements from the stars may be given as there are lots of
> triangles in this Crop Circle.
> 13.3 miles of lines were carved into a dry-lake bed in Oregon.
> What was discovered looked like a Crop Circle in the middle of
> the Desert...
> A perfect "Sri Yantra Mandala Formation".
> This ancient symbol was so precise it was flawless...
> Each line was 10 inches wide and 3 inches deep carved into
> extremely hard compact dirt that is very difficult to dig
> No cars where seen for miles, no tire tracks were seen for
> No footprints were seen at the site or anywhere around it...
> No apparent signs of tools were used...
> And no one was seen in the area...
> I don't see any dirt from the 13.3 mile long 10 inch wide hole
> that was carved into the desert at a depth of 3 inches...
> There must have been a lot of dirt so it begs the question
> where is the dirt?
> The close up photo of the 4 lines looks clean with no extra
> dirt laying around outside the ditch that was made from each of
> these lines being dug out of the desert...
> This happen on Aug 10, 1990...
> Here are some links below:
This is of no interest to me. It is a hoax. What has this got to do with a post about clouds?
Read more. Bill Witherspoon’s Oregon Desert Land Art:Quote
In the summer of 1990, a group of friends, one of my sons and I went to a remote alkali lake bed in the high desert of southeast Oregon to inscribe a large Sri Yantra in the earth. It was to contain a central point large enough to live in. The site was chosen because of its beauty and remoteness. Almost no one, except a few ranchers, ever went there. Inscribing lines in the alkali surface would not disturb any vegetation and it would be a transitory event, eventually disappearing back into the surface through the natural action of wind and the occasional water that floods the lake bed every few years. The design was made without machines or modern tools except binoculars and a simple hand plow. We used only ancient principles of geometry and long wires and sharpened poles as tools. When completed it was 1/4 mile across, covered over forty acres and contained over thirteen miles of lines. .....