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posted 17 Oct 2012, 08:25 by Helene Schnitzer   [ updated 17 Oct 2012, 08:35 ]
Who or whatever makes these patterns I don't know, but I do find them fascinating.

This cropcircle appeared in a field near Avebury, Wiltshire, UK, on 14th October 2012, just one day before the New Moon in Libra. If you read it from right to left, it first gives you a waning Moon symbol. In the middle we have a kind of yin & yang, a swirl, a turning point in perfect balance. And on the left, we find the symbol for the waxing Moon. The big dark circle could represent the Sun, while the Moon first approaches it, conjuncts it and then leaves it again.
An interesting feature of this New Moon was that it happened in very close proximity to Spica, the fixed star of possible brilliance and received no adverse aspects from anywhere. This is a rarity in these troubled times and made for a truly magical moment.
If you tilt your head and look at it sideways, you can even see a couple of Moon Goddesses!