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East Field, Alton Barnes. Wiltshire.
Reported July 27 2008 (35)


I took my eldest 3 down to spend a couple of days crop circling, we saw the swallows and the other one near that…. then spent the night on Adams Grave the night the little star formation appeared… saw 2 lights in the field at about 10.30, and then I fell asleep about 2.45 am. Woke at 7 to the new formation there… in the video you have on CCC the lady says no-one else was in there before 9… we were in there at about 8… it was beautiful, pristine, lovely swirls….also met the Australian woman who is referred to in that film… there was an army helicopter flew over a couple of time, and I was just looking at the last photo I took there, and noticed that it contains one of the helicopters, and to the right, and odd object, which I didn’t see at the time, blow it up and it is a bit odd, seems to be light on the top… fascinating.. I just spotted it and wondered what to do with it so I thought I would send it to you.
Robert Hopkins.

This formation was/is of particular interest.. Prior notification was acquired regarding it’s imminent arrival from an unconventional source. On the day it arrived it displayed none of the ‘usual’ hoaxer fingerprints. CM.

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008
Ground Photography by Robert Hopkins © 2008


Beckhampton, Near Avebury, Wiltshire.
Reported July 26 2008 (34)

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008
Ground Photography by Patty Greer © 2008


Winterbourne Bassett, Near Avebury, Wiltshire.
Reported July 23 2008 (33)

Aerial / Ground Photography by Eva Marie Brekkesto © 2008


Avebury Manor (2), Avebury, Wiltshire.
Reported July 22 (32)


The second part of Avebury Manor shows a more detailed view of our solar system near Earth in December of 2012

Apart from farmer’s damage, the old part of Avebury Manor shows one major change: a “comet” entering our solar system on the left. Then on the right, its new part shows a highly expanded view of lunar orbit (a crescent Moon circling the Earth), close to a dotted oval symbol for “12 lunar months”. During month 12 (or December 2012), our Moon will apparently come close in the sky to a “bright comet”, drawn inside curved tramlines nearby. A very similar crop picture appeared at West Overton on July 13, 1996. There next to a galactic centre symbol for “Hunab Ku”, we saw a crescent Moon next to a bright comet in late 2012. Below the new lunar crescent at Avebury Manor, we can see a “double ring” symbol for Earth’s Sun, connected by a long curved line to six other small symbols yet to be identified. Four bright “stars” appear nearby, close to the old orbit of Pluto. This new crop picture seems to confirm the original crop picture shown in 1996, of a bright comet next to a crescent Moon in December 2012. Its importance is that no such prediction can (or has) currently been made by conventional astronomical science.
Charles Reed and Janet Ossebaard

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008
Ground Photography by Charles R Mallett © 2008


South Field, Alton Priors, Wiltshire.
Reported July 22 2008 (31)


This formation showed up over two separate nights.. Physical examination of both stages showed a clear pattern of damage to the laid plants that made it abundantly clear that both stages were constructed mechanically with heavy implements – measuring around three feet wide in the main sections of flattened crop.
Charles R Mallett

A word from the farmer: Although we have yet another fantastic and intricate crop circle on Manor Farm, Alton Barnes, could we please remind all visitors to respect that it is a working farm at the busiest time of the year. Consequently we would ask that all visitors stick to walking down the tramlines and not cutting across paths through the field. Please note that the grass strips around the edge of the fields are actually there for conservation purposes and are not a substitute car park! There is plenty of other more suitable places to park vehicles, even if it does mean walking a little further. Most importantly please do not block farm and field entrances with vehicles. Any organised tours to the formation should be booked and arranged in advance with the farmer.
Will Carson

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008
Ground Photography by Charles R Mallett © 2008


Devils Den, Near Clatford, Wiltshire.
Reported July 20 2008 (30)

Photography by © 2008


Hillside Farm, Lockeridge, Wiltshire.
Reported July 20th 2008 (29)


The formation is just north of West Woods. I think it might be Hillside Farm, and it’s in the field that is crossed by the power lines, between Lockeridge Lane and West Woods.
Eva-Marie Brekkestø

Aerial Photography by Eva-Marie Brekkestø © 2008
Ground Photography by Janet Ossebaard © 2008


West Woods, Lockeridge. Wiltshire.
Reported July 17 2008 (28)


This is the crop circle that is ‘not missing the point’. This is the crop circle that will encourage us to understand another level of this phenomenon. It is interesting that the centre point was created without any visible signs of external influence. Let’s make sure we don’t miss the point of this elegant crop circle.
Bert Janssen

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008
Ground Photography by Charles R Mallett © 2008


Chiseldon, Near Draycott Foliat, Wiltshire.
reported July 17 2008 (27)

Aerial Photography by Gary King © 2008


Callow Hill, Near Saunderton, Buckinghamshire.
Reported July 15 2008 (26)

Ground Photography © 2008


Charlbury Hill, Near Hinton Parva, Oxfordshire.
Reported July 15 2008 (25)

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008
Ground Photography by Nils Kenneth Fordal © 2008


Avebury Manor, Avebury, Wiltshire.
Reported July 15 2008 (24)

The crop circle formation at Avebury Manor seems to depict our solar-system (not in proportional scale) on December 21, (+/-) 2012 – the highly debated end of the Mayan calendar (or at least one of the most prominent interpretations of that date). Whatever this means and who-or-whatever created this crop circle, I do not know – but the basic message of it is quite clear.

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle / Nick Nicholson © 2008
Diagram and Report by Andreas Muller © 2008


Buckland, Near Faringdon, Oxfordshire.
Reported July 14 2008 (23)

Aerial Photography by Patty Greer © 2008
Ground Photography by Nils Kenneth Fordal © 2008


East Field, Alton Priors, Wiltshire.
Reported July 9 2008 (22)

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008
Ground Photography by Janet Ossebaard © 2008


East Kennet, Near Avebury, Wiltshire.
Reported July 8 2008 (21)


This glyph was first observed (from the air) late morning July 8th 2008. The circle can not be seen from any immediate vantage points on the ground. As we were unab;e to determine how long this circle had been on the ground all of our observations on the ground became irrelevant..

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008
Ground Photography by Charles R Mallett © 2008


Burderop Down Near Wraughton, Wiltshire.
Reported July 6 2008 (20)

Ground Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


Stanton Bridge Near Honey Street, Wiltshire.
Reported July 4 2008 (19)

Ground Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


The Sanctuary, Near Avebury, Wiltshire.
Reported July 1 2008 (18)

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008
Ground Photography by Janet Ossebaard © 2008


All Cannings Near Devizes, Wiltshire.
Reported 30 2008 (17)

To be frank – the blatant parrallel (and wvwnly spaced) lines in the laid crop made it pretty claer from the aerial photographs alone that this circle was a standard mechanically constructed hoax. A pattern of heavy crushing to the plants on the ground confirmed the case.

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008
Ground Photography by Nick Nicholson © 2008


Nettle Hill, Ansty, Warwickshire.
Reported June 29 2008 (16)

Thanks to ‘Erika Evans’ and her circle hoaxer Daughter, Sonya.

Photography © 2008


Helston, nr Plymouth, Cornwall.
Reported June 25 2008 (15)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photography / Diagram by Randell Samuel © 2008


Horton Near Devizes, Wiltshire.
Reported June 24 2008 (14)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ground Photography by Janet Ossabaard © 2008

erial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


Furze Knoll, Beckhampton, Wiltshire.
Reported June 20 2008 (13)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Having discovered the formation by chance when passing, Paula and I entered this formation from the east and were both greeted by the most exquisite lay that I’ve seen for a long time. All the heads of barley were curled like bananas and spread out in a scattered pattern that just took our breath away. The crop undulated in waves, with peaks and troughs very reminiscent of water flowing in a dynamic fashion. Upon entering the central three circles we were amazed at how many swirls and eddies made up the laid pattern, it was a real treat for the eye to see. Both Paula and myself felt very strong energy within this formation and since leaving we have been well and truly zapped, with intermittent flu like symptoms, sore throat, headache and a general feeling of being spaced out.

I took half a dozen photographs within the formation which appear to have some kind of colour anomaly, in that some look green and some have a golden hue to them. There was no sunlight as it was overcast and raining slightly whilst we were inside, so I can’t explain this.

Ground Report / Photography by Gary King © 2008
Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


Winterbourne Bassett, Wiltshire.
1Reported June 18 2008 (12)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ground Photography by Janet Ossabaard © 2008
Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


The Ridgeway, Near Avebury, Wiltshire.
Reported June 15 2008 (11)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ground Photography by Janet Ossabaard © 2008
Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


Uffington, Oxfordshire.
Reported June 13 2008 (10)


The three foot wide strips in the laid crop – as seen in these aerial images – pretty much gives the fake away here. (CM)

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


North Down, Near Beckhampton, Wiltshire.
Reported June 10 2008 (9)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


West Kennett Long-barrow, Avebury. Wiltshire.
Reported June 9 2008 (8)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


West Kennett, Near Avebury Avebury, Wiltshire.
Reported June 6 2008 (7)


An observation from NickNicholson…
“Why does this formation have a single line, that does not define any Sun-ray? This line shows us the 18-fold division of the circle here being used, it enables us to count it. It’s a basic Vesica pisces design, with one circle divided into 18, i.e. 20° sectors. This confirms I suggest its relation to the upcoming partial solar eclipse of August 1: the pattern of eclipses recurs every 18 years, 11 days and this is called the Saros Cycle. Inevitably this reminds us of the Solar-lunar pattern in the same field four years earlier, at West Kennett longbarrow of 13 July 2004, which was also based on an 18-fold circle division and for (one presumes) the same reason.”

Comment, Aerial / Ground Photography by Nick Nicholson © 2008


Barbury Castle, Swindon, Wiltshire.
Reported June 1 2008 (6)


This crop glyph was first spotted in the early morning of June 1st 2008.
The formation can be well seen from the road-side at the north base of the castle hill, and can be seen in its entirety from the elevated position just a short distance up the hill.

On the ground the formation is extremely neat and precise throughout. The entire laid crop ares within the circle was very clean. The formation measures approximately 300 feet in diameter The laid barley crop in the circular elements of the glyph were noted as being swirled out from the central points in what could be considered a mathematical spiral formula, which flows to the peripheries with some elegance.

Ground Report by Charles R Mallett © 2008
Ground Photography by Nick Nicholson © 2008
Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


Hackpen Hill, Near Broad Hinton, Wiltshire.
Reported May 24 2008 (5)


This formation ‘appeared’ on a wet night and when we arrived to check it over the area was sodde. All the laid crop was well pressed to the ground but our findings were inconclusive as to wether the circle was ‘real’ or not.

Ground Photography / Report by Charles R Mallett © 2008
Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


Ashbury, Oxfordshire.
Reported May 10 2008 (4)


From Bert Jansen…There is a new formation near Ashbury. A ring and very clearly a hoax. Many footsteps and even a huge hole in the centre.

Photography by Bert Jansen © 2008


Avebury Stone Avenue, Avebury. Wiltshire.
Reported May 8 2008 (3)


This Formation was discovered in the morning of May 8th 2008 and can be viewed from the avenue of stones at Avebury. The glyph spans across approximately 200 feet of flowering Rape-Seed (Canola)

On the ground a large proportion of the laid crop is badly damaged, however there are a proportion of the laid plants within this glyph that are totally undamaged and are continuing to grow along the ground in a healthy fashion.

Ground Report by Charles R Mallett © 2008
Ground Photography by Bert Jansen © 2008
Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


Milk Hill, Alton Barnes. Wiltshire.
Reported May 4 2008


This circle formation was first seen at 6am on Sunday May 4th 2008, and reported to the Silent Circle very soon after that initial observation.

The circle measures approximately 140 feet in diameter and spans across two tram-lines in this field of Oil-Seed-Rape (Canola). On the ground the circle was largely undamaged when the Silent Circle first visited it for close inspection at around 10 am on day one. A substantial proportion of the laid crop was completely undamaged and was continuing its healthy growth – parallel with the ground at that time.
The only area where significant damage was obvious was around the central region of the circle where some very physical crushing of the delicate plants had occurred.
One of the tram-lines leading into the circle, from the north, had a number of boot-prints in and also some damage was apparent to various plants growing in that line. All other conventional access routs into the circle were clean with no evidence of prior entry or exit by people. The amount of damage within the circle was consistent with a small number of early (Human) visitors to the formation, which in turn was consistent with the foot trodden tram-line leading to the circle.

Ground Photography / Report by Charles R Mallett © 2008
Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


Waden Hill, Near Avebury, Wiltshire.
Reported April 9 2008 (1)


A mass of extremely damaged Oil Seed Rape plants throughout. So unlike the ‘real’ formations we see in this type of delicate crop.

Ground Photography / Report by Charles R Mallett © 2008
Aerial Photography by Lucy Pringle © 2008


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