The best explanation on the Mayan Calendar and Crop Circles

Could the Crop Circles be telling us something? The Mayan Calendar is not predicting the end of the world 2012, but the start of a new era; the golden age.What if the Crop Circles are a code that, once connected, could tell us something?
The Mayan Calendar is something profoundly different than just a system to mark off the passage of time. The Mayan Calendar is above all a prophetic calendar that may help us understand the past and foresee the future. It is a calendar of the Ages that describes how the progression of Heavens and Underworlds condition the human consciousness and thus the frames for our thoughts and actions within a given Age.

What if this is the way *they* found to tell us what comes next?
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3 comments:

Foxmfan 635 said...

Great photo's...the thing that always blows me away when I see these crop circle's that the owner's of the field say "They were done overnight"...is...if I was the one doing a hoax of this enormity....I sure wouldn't want to keep quite...I think I even would go as far as to SIGN IT!!!! Amazing the restaint these artist's have because I have never seen art that the owner didn't want people to know who created it...unless it's graf. on city walls...........hummmm????

Anonymous said...

(Quote: Dr Jon Sherwood)

":Over the years we have been researching combinations of patterns that in a line drawing state have some remarkable effects in combinations of 8 in a group. Now we have incorporated them into Mandala wheels like the one beow as an example. All the designs are copyrighted so only available from us.

I would like to mention here that you cannot just take any 8 patterns and bunch them together as the results would not be known as well as many do not do anything.

We are the only research organization who has accurately worked on these pattern groups.
so if anyone else says they are doing it they are not as we are the only ones reporting on the discovery.

Have a look here!
http://cropcirclexplorer.com/html/geo_mandalas.html

Anonymous said...

(Quote: Dr Jon Sherwood)

Here is something to ponder on. Spinning patterns

September 5th, 2008

Here you can see crop circles in a spinning form here.

http://www.cropcirclexplorer.com/html/cropspins.html

The reason we do this with the designs is to reveal hidden shapes which also leads us to hidden codes within the design. The rate of rotation is also important as too fast and it gives the wrong impression too slow does the same thing and each design spins differently so we have to find the pattern for each which does take some time to do.

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