Bird Formation - June 8, 2006 - Uffington White Horse
Quote from the crop circle file above: "By tradition, the Uffington White Horse was made in honour of the Celtic goddess Rhiannon. Less well known is that the same goddess was also symbolized by birds. Hence the new crop drawing of a bird, pointing to a white horse, seems self-explanatory in terms of ancient history. But why did they draw it just now? Of possible relevance, there is the famous song "Rhiannon" (Will You Ever Win) by Stevie Nicks. It did occur to me here, that Celtic views on reincarnation might possibly be correct. Thus, some crop circles may be made with specific people in mind, to assist in their spiritual awakening."
Celtic Mythology - Gods and Goddesses
Uffington White Horse
Chalk Figures in England Wikipedia
Old Pewsey White Horse in Wiltshire (1785)
Crop Circles Gain Perspective Wired - August 4, 2006
Crop circles have started appearing again in the English countryside, but this time in a new permutation. A crop circle in a complicated three-dimensional design was discovered in the first week of July near Ashbury, Oxfordshire. The exaggerated perspective of the formation, which is approximately 360 feet in diameter, suggests a bird's-eye view of a group of skyscrapers, as though the viewer was looking down on a city center from directly overhead. The new circle is located near the famous Uffington White Horse and a Neolithic burial chamber called Wayland's Smithy, which dates back to 3700 B.C.
Old Hayward Farm, nr Straight Soley, Wiltshire. Reported 20th July.
Blofield, Nr Brundall, Norfolk. Reported 5th July.
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