Discussion in 'Spirituality and ME/CFS' started by Wayne, Nov 24, 2012.
Haha! Love your posts, Silverblade. My thoughts exactly. But I couldn't put it as well as you.
I really like them. Here's another very usual one.
(Looks like the hoaxters were working OT on this one!)
I saw a TV program where they got ordininary folk to make such art, very fun
but..they could not do the very complex/large ones anything like as well or in true size, and they had to do it in broad daylight with full co-operation of the farmer
and of course, they were just copying existing designs.
so it seems to me,folk used to land surveying, geography, architecture, engineering or such, are likely candidates as you need to uderstand the map/locla geography/set up cardinal points precisely. Doing that without being noticed, in the dark, that would be damn hard!
maybe an intiation rite of the Royal Engineers or university class or the like
I like to think it's fairies, and maybe disembodied long dead druids, that are creating them. Most of them appear in the UK after all, and I know you have LOTS of fairies and druids up there.
This must be from a Greek fairy...
I realize I don't care who's creating these beautiful gifts. This is so generous of somebodys!
Yup, me too Madie. That's what I posted earlier... though the idea of fairies feels about right.
I wish they would make some in North America, whoever it is! A secret society based in Cambridge or Oxford sounds about right to me.
If there's one 'alien species' who would put their energy into such an elaborate and technical project, its engineers!
Still, I like that we don't know who made them. It's more fun that way!
couldn't circles be done automatically with some kind of strong metal arm extending low down at the desired length from a strong central pole (not necesarily sticking into the ground, but supported so that it was stable). It would need some power, but it could be made pretty silent I reckon. That way you could make circles quite quickly and easily and very accurately.
Also, would the farmer/anyone else, notice right away? If not then you could do it over more than one night.
What are the pairs of parallel tracks that cross so many of the fields at a regular interval? Something related to irrigation?
If there were no planes passing overhead, I don't think that anyone would notice right away in a crop field. Every so often a farmer discovers something like a wrecked vehicle or a dead body while harvesting.
Wonder if there is some connection with the Nazca Lines. In which case it would seem like a very old tradition - of someone.
i've enjoyed reading this thread Wayne (and all) thanks
That is just amazing. I wonder how many man hours it took.
If you look in the green area in the middle of the center photo, I think there is a horse figure there.
Or how many non-man seconds?
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