Crop Circles: Silbury Hill at Avebury, Wiltshire, UK

1 03. 08. 2022

Některé crop circles they are really very magical in their sophistication and ingenuity. Sometimes it is difficult to guess what their author wanted to tell us. For some, it can be said that it is striking. In all cases, however, it is up to each of us to find in the given symbolism what suits him best.

The following formation appeared appeared on June 25, 2013 in a field at Sillbury Hill near Avebury in the Wiltshire district of the United Kingdom.

According to one interpretation of the formation, it represents an hourglass full of sand. The sand has largely poured over and there is very little time left until the end of the fish age. Why the age of fish? Note the symbols of the tail fin. There are two. The fish's head disappears behind the middle of the hourglass.

Commas out of the formation are numbers. It is the way prisoners have counted on the walls for years, months, and days. The commas that cross the horizontal line represent the elapsed time. The dashes, which are not all, represent the remaining time when the illusion of Maya ends - Maya.

On the theory of prison numbers, it is interesting that the author of the drawing really wanted to inspire the illusion that it is a handwritten entry, just as if you were trying to engrave it in a hard masonry.

If the symbols are interpreted as the Ogam scriptural script used to write Irish before the advent of Christianity, the "ARICE" or "ARISE" characters can be read. It depends on how consistent we are in character orientation. Arice is in English hedgehog a the means again to rise / rise / appear / rise.

So we could close it all by saying:

Rise: Time is coming!

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