OIL SEED RAPE FORMATION AT STONEHENGE MAN-MADE

Great was my excitement this morning (10 May 2010) when I received the second report of a brand new formation opposite Stonehenge. Yet great was my disappoinment too upon entering the formation: I was standing in a field of destruction: broken plants, board marks, many foot prints and dehydrated plants. The photos speak for themselves...

























The last photo clearly shows board marks. Last year at the corn formation at Uffignton, I was confronted with countless broken stems as well. However, I found sufficient biophysical anomalies there to assume that the formation was authentic, but that the energy had not been adjusted correctly to the corn plants that were suppoosed to go down. But in this current case at Stonehenge, I had to come to the conclusion that this rape formation was man-made, probably done by a large team of at least 20 people. They had tried to create the woven basket effect in the inner two circles, but what a mess... In itself, the design is pretty and from the air it seems well performed. Yet, on the ground... The design is not original, it is a copy and elaboration of the Old Sarum formation around the corner.

Well, this too is part of the phenomenon, and I am glad I did go and see for myself. The contrast between real and man-made is enormous, and always good to see. Apart from that, the wheather was beautiful and the combination of sunshine and clouds led to some pretty pictures...