Τρίτη, 6 Ιουλίου 2010

First Jule Crop Circle in U.K !!

St Martin's Chapel, Nr Chisbury, Wiltshire. Reported 3rd July.

St. Michael’s Chapel of July 3, 2010 seems to call our attention to a close conjunction between planet Venus and the bright star Regulus in Leo, one week later on July 9-11, 2010

Many of the first crop pictures which appeared in Wiltshire from 1990 to 1993 showed predominantly astronomical themes, and described eclipses or conjunctions between planets or stars in our solar system (see Quite often some solar or lunar eclipse would be shown schematically in the field, at approximately the same time when it appeared in Earth’s sky above. Similarly, close approaches or conjunctions between various bright planets, for example Venus, Jupiter or Mars, would be shown in some field, at approximately the same time when they appeared in Earth’s sky above (see also or or

Now on July 3, 2010, another crop picture of that kind appeared near St. Michael’s Chapel in Chisbury. Planet Venus will join or conjunct in Earth’s sky with a bright star Regulus on July 9-11, 2010:

The new crop picture seems to call our attention to that rare and beautiful astronomical event. It shows a “five pointed star” for Venus (to be explained below), and a series of ten “diamond” shapes for the blue-white star Regulus:

Why did they draw Venus as a five-pointed star or pentagram? Simply because the shape of its orbit about the Sun, as seen from Earth, traces out the shape of a five-pointed star once every eight years: