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Old 07-01-2012, 07:22 PM   #3
curly
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This bulls head on the worcs/warks border is probably part of a much larger landscape zodiac.Situated on farmland around ragley hall,it's snout virtually touches the hall itself.I've outlined the head with red dots,the reason i say it's probably part of a larger zodiac is the fact that the village of arrow is adjacent to the bullseye.I'm no expert on astrology or astronomy but i think saggitarius the archer fired an arrow into the eye of taurus or the star aldebaran.The bulls horn touches the roundabout above the village of arrow.




You can see the close proximity of arrow to the bullseye in the image below,a road from the village runs right past the eye.



An example of simulacra from inside the bulls head below,a face looking west.

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