Another astronomical Crop Circle appears at Etchilhampton Hill in Wiltshire on August 19, 2013, showing the image of an “exploding neutron star” or “supernova”, along with complex multi-shape symmetries, and a possible time code for some near-future stellar event.
After studying the crop circle, it bears a striking resemblance to the “transfer of dust or gas in a binary star system” from some large central star to its small companion star, which may have high gravity if it is made from neutrons.
Once sufficient dust or gas has been transferred from the large star to the small one, then the small star may dramatically explode as a “supernova” or “exploding neutron star”.
The internal symmetries of several outer layers from that new crop picture seem quite complex, and may require further discussion elsewhere. Its intermediate part shows six “broad arrows”, which possess three kinds of shape “pointed-pointed”, “pointed-flat” or “flat-flat” (see a previous slide above). Two different sets of three shapes have been arranged as mirror-plane symmetric about the centre. It outer part shows six “thin arrows”, which possess three kinds of shape “long”, “short” or “three dots”. Two “long” shapes and two “short” shapes lie mirror-plane symmetric about the centre, while its “three dots” shape and another “short” shape” lie directly on the mirror plane of symmetry.
Might those “three dots” represent a time code in days, weeks or months for some near-future stellar explosion? A small space has been added between dots one and two, to suggest “three and one-half” units of time. Are the crop artists just showing us astronomical science, or are they predicting something for the future? Read more at cropcircleconnector.
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