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Part 2/3 (originally posted on Google Earth Community on 2/6/09)

“Traditional” ley hunters generally agree that ancient earthworks, churches and colleges are key markers for ley lines. While castles are sometimes included in “traditional” ley lines, the broader category to which I think castles belong in regards to being ley markers – “Masonic/royal site,” which also includes obelisks, Masonic lodges, homes of royalty in general, and other markers associated with Freemasonry and royalty – is usually neglected by the “old school.”

Crop circles tend to be ignored by many “old school/mainstream” ley hunters altogether:

Leyhunter.com, the official website of the “Ley Hunter’s Journal,” goes as far to include a page where they attempt, via weak “straw man” arguments that conflict with the facts, to debunk the whole crop circle mystery as the work of human hoaxers:
http://www.leyhunter.com/begin/be7.htm

Paul Devereux, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts whose work has been featured in Freemasonry Today, has written many books over the years on the subject of ley lines and sacred places. He was the editor of the Ley Hunter’s Journal from 1976 to 1996, and is considered to be the world’s leading “expert” on ley lines by some people, including himself:

”While there are certainly individuals considerably more informed than me on specialist areas of alignment research, such as archaeologists studying lines in the Americas, or ‘Earth Mysteries’ colleagues researching mediaeval alignment patterns, I am quite confident that – through the accidents of fate rather than any innate ability on my part – no one has currently a greater comprehensive knowledge of the whole field of ancient alignments than myself, nor (perhaps even more importantly) the fallacies inherent within it.”
- from page 11 of Shamanism And The Mystery Lines by Paul Devereux, 1993

During the time that Devereux was the editor of The Ley Hunter’s Journal, he explicitly denied a connection between crop circles and ley lines, as described in this passage from pages 349-350 of Alexandria I by Dave Fideler:

Paul Devereux, editor of The Ley Hunter, writes in the Randles-Fuller book that he is “certainly against the idea that these features (crop circles) are anything to do with leys (or ‘ley lines’ as some people incorrectly call them).” Yet he admits that the unique Leicestershire circle of 1988 occurred on a 3-church alignment. As for the concentration of crop circles around Avebury, he calls it “a major coincidence.”

Read the above passage on Google Books at the following link:
http://books.google.com/books?id=KED...sult#PPA349,M1

In December, I had a hunch that I might find some interesting alignments in England. Ironically, this hunch was inspired by reading maps and descriptions of traditional ley lines on leyhunter.com and in the first few chapters of Shamanism & The Mystery Lines. The irony is in the fact that the British alignments that I have found so far – which were found in a process that was inspired and fine-tuned by the catalogue of traditional leys that are so well described by Devereux and leyhunter.com - seem to defy the odds of “random alignments” so much that the limitations put on ley hunting by some traditional ley hunters, including Devereux and leyhunter.com, now seem discredited.

In contrast with the “old school” gatekeepers of ley line research, I think the missing links needed to find a more complete map of the Earth’s ley lines are 1) the overall framework for ley lines described by Peter Champoux, and 2) certain other categories of “neglected ley markers” (in addition to the traditional earthworks, churches, colleges and castles) which I think are consistently located at the intersections of ley lines: crop circles and Masonic/royal locations in general. (And, in the case of Great Britain, the mysterious “white horses” carved into hillsides- not just the 3,000-year old Uffington Horse, which is acknowledged by some “traditional” ley hunters, but the newer horses as well.)

One thing that is important to note: for several years, much of the British crop circle research community has somehow been lulled into a philosophy best described as: “it doesn’t matter which crop circles are real- don’t test them, just enjoy them as beautiful art, and just enjoy them as a mystery that will (romantically) never be solved.” As a result of the spread this philosophy and as a result of much of the division the British crop circle research community has suffered from this and other factors, only a fraction of British crop circles are tested with consistent scientific methodology these days.

Meanwhile, paid teams of expert hoaxers – one of which was found to be funded by the Rockefellers, as described by crop circle researcher Freddy Silva in his book Secrets In The Fields – are rampant, especially in the original “ground zero” for crop circles: Northeastern Wiltshire, where crop circles have become a huge tourist industry.

As a result, the authenticity of many British crop circles from the last decade is unknown, including many that I’m about to describe from by British alignment test. However, while the opportunity to test many of these formations has been lost to time, the inclusion of some of them on the following alignments may offer a clue as to the likelihood of their authenticity. (The Rockefellers may have access to the Earth’s ley line map, but they wouldn’t want their hoaxer employees to help give away an accurate ley line map to the public, would they? After all, knowledge is power…)

I think that one of the primary reasons that the area around Stonehenge in Wiltshire was the original “hot spot” for authentic crop circles in the world is that there are so many visibly aligned earthworks in the area that the region represents a key to the ley line map, and that the makers of genuine crop circles, intending to give the Earth’s ley line map to the public, know that the large concentration of visible earthworks in the area makes the region is a perfect microcosm of ley lines in general.

This may explain one of the reasons why the most skilled teams of hoaxers also focus on the same region these days- their funders, including the Rockefellers, may be intentionally “muddying the waters” of information that the makers of genuine crop circles are attempting to communicate to the public.

The same region described above also contains the largest concentration of “White Horses-“ mysterious horse figures etched into hillsides all over Britain. The oldest of the White Horses, the Uffington Horse, is at least 3,000 years old; the rest of the surviving horses were all created between the early 18th century and the present day. Information on the roots and meaning of this tradition is scant; I personally think that many (if not all) of the White Horses are also ley markers- not just the ancient Uffington Horse. Read about the White Horses here: http://wiltshirewhitehorses.org.uk/index.html


6/7/07 crop circle & Alton Barnes White Horse (left); 5/4/08 crop circle & Alton Barnes White Horse (right)


7/8/06 crop circle & Uffington White Horse (left); 8/4/07 crop circle & Pewsey White Horse (right)



2002 crop circle (top) 5/24/08 crop circle (bottom) in identical location near Hackpen White Horse


So, all of these factors should be considered when viewing the next batch of alignments. I’ll start with 5 most interesting alignments that I have found crossing through the Wiltshire area:

#B1: “Rothschild Ley” - 8 or 9 earthworks, 3 churches, 3 White Horses, 1 palace, 1 obelisk & 2 crop circles
(possible earthwork E of East Ruston, Norfolk) >
St. Leonard Church, Old Warden >
Woburn Abbey >
Waddesdon Manor >
Uffington White Horse >
Uffington Castle hillfort (NW corner) >
Wayland's Smithy >
Barbury Castle hillfort >
7/23/99 crop circle near Barbury Castle >
8/30/07 crop circle near Hackpen Hill, Wiltshire >
Hackpen White Horse >
Yatesbury Tumuli >
Tumulus marked "cdot1" >
Cherhill White Horse >
Oldbury Castle hillfort & Landsdowne Monument (same location) >
Tedbury Camp hillfort (S edge) >
Castle Neroche hillfort >
St. Leonard's Church, St. Leonard

Note that this line runs very close to the church in East Ruston, St. Peter's Church in Merton, Castle Mound in Whitchurch, the 6/1/08 and 7/27/08 (Wayland's Smithy) crop circles, and the 6/9/01 crop circle- which has an "echo" visible in the Google Earth satellite photo from 2002.


Alignment #B1, the “Rothschild Ley”


Alignment #B1 crossing through Wiltshire


Alignment #B1 passing over a possible earthwork near East Ruston, Norfolk

Waddesdon Manor was built between 1874 and 1889 for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild (1839–1898). The Rothschilds, of course, are one of the world’s most powerful royal bloodlines, and certainly one of the wealthiest. (Thus, I’m calling alignment #B1 the “Rothschild Ley.”)

One quote from Peter Champoux about a ley line in New England may give some insight into a running theme illustrated by this ley line:

“The President Bush Ley is so named because it exits to the sea through the Bush Family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine. This ley links Mount Mansfield, Moosilauke, and Ossippee. It is my opinion that this ley line is the reason why this family has such hypnotic power on the American public. The rich and powerful do gravitate to such places of earth energy.”

Read Champoux’s article on the President Bush Ley here:
http://www.geometryofplace.com/image...moosilauke.pdf

The Lansdowne Monument, an obelisk situated inside Oldbury Hillfort in the middle of crop circle country in Wiltshire, also has a strong Royal/Masonic connection. Obelisks have been used as a symbol of the masculine since the days of ancient Egypt, notably by the Freemasons. This particular obelisk was erected in 1845 by the Third Marquis of Lansdowne to commemorate his ancestor Sir William Petty (1623-1687), the “father of modern statistics” and a founding member of the Royal Society , which was“virtually a Masonic subsidiary” according to author John J.Robinson. (Note: William Petty’s great-grandson, the 1st Marquis of Lansdowne, was a British Prime Minister.)

In August 2008, crop circle researcher Bert Janssen discovered a different alignment involving the Lansdowne Monument and a crop circle. Read about it here:
http://www.cropcirclesandmore.com/th...200806chc.html

( In the updated .kmz file attached to this post, under the folder named “CERN alignment,” I have included Janssen’s alignment, as well as a possible “fine-tuned” version of the alignment that I found by slightly adjusting the line to fit a major UVG intersection in southeastern France. I will write more about this alignment at a later date, rather than in today’s post. For those of you who would like to view the alignment in its proper context, make sure you add the UVG layer to your Google Earth map. Download Bethe Hagens’ file of the UVG Grid here: http://www.vortexmaps.com/hagens-grid-google.php )

The next alignment continues the theme:

#B2: “Windsor Ley” - 4 or 5 earthworks, 1 church, 1 college , 2 castles, 1 obelisk, 1 crop circle
Tower of London >
Windsor Castle >
Barrow Farm Tumulus >
West Kennet Tumuli >
Silbury Hill >
2002 crop circle SW of Beckhampton, Wiltshire, visible in Google Earth >
North Down Round Barrows >
(possible earthwork SE of Sandy Lane, Wiltshire) >
St. Mary The Virgin Church, Bath >
Obelisk at Queens Square, Bath >
Bath Spa College

Note the close proximity of the ancient Parish Church of St. Andrew, Chew Magna to alignment #B2.


Alignment #B2, “Windsor Ley”

The following text is from the House of Windsor article on Wikipedia:

The House of Windsor is the current Royal House of the United Kingdom and each of the other Commonwealth realms. The royal house was founded by George V by a royal proclamation in 1917. The House of Windsor remains on of the few dynasties to have ruled over lands on all continents of the world simultaneously. The current head of the House of Windsor is Elizabeth II, the reigning monarch over the Commonwealth realms.

Windsor Castle, of course, is the home of the Windsors. The oldest part of the castle complex, the “Round Tower,” was built from 1070 to 1086 by William the Conqueror, who also built the Tower of London.

continued in Part 3
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Part 3/3 (originally posted on Google Earth Community on 2/6/09)

#B3: 3 earthworks, 3 churches, 1 college , 3 castles, 1 palace, 1 Masonic hall, 1 crop circle
Helmsley Castle >
Sutton Scarsdale Hall >
Calke Abbey >
St. Helen's Church, Ashby-de-la-Zouche >
Ashby-de-la-Zouche Castle >
University of Warwick >
St. Mary's Church, Warwick >
Warwick Castle garden design >
Swindon Masonic Centre >
Barbury Castle hillfort >
8/17/07 crop circle, West Overton, Wiltshire >
Casterley Camp hillfort >
burial mound near Shrewton

Note the close proximity of the 6/24/07 and 6/29/07 crop circles to this line. Also, note the fork in the road SE of Wasperton, and the parallel road SSE of Great Rissington.

The design of the gardens at Warwick Castle seems to outline this alignment very conspicuously, as seen in this image:

Alignment #B3 crossing over St. Mary’s Church and the gardens at Warwick Castle

#B4: “Winston Churchill Ley” - 3 or 4 earthworks, 1 palace, 2 Masonic Halls, 2 or 3 crop circles
Elton Henge >
(possible earthwork NW of Shutlanger) >
rose garden design at Blenheim Palace >
Windmill Hill Barrow >
tumulus group marked as "cdot" >
2002 crop circle SW of Beckhampton, Wiltshire, visible in Google Earth >
(crop circle placemark of unknown date or accuracy SE of Calstone Wellington, Wiltshire) >
7/13/94 crop circle W of Bishops Cannings, Wiltshire >
Devizes Masonic Hall >
Warminster Masonic Hall

Blenheim Palace was the birthplace and ancestral home of Winston Churchill. Click the following link to read an interesting article by a dowser who claims to have encountered particularly strong ley line energy in the rose garden at Blenheim Palace:
http://www.fountain-international.or.../chapter10.htm

Note that the "White Horse" Pub in Silverstone, Towcester is also precisely on this line.


Alignment #B4 at Blenheim Palace (top of photo) crossing through the rose garden (lower left corner of photo)

#B5: 3-5 earthworks, 2 churches, 1 college, 2 Masonic halls, 1 obelisk, 3 crop circles
Battle Abbey, Battle >
(possible mound in Heathfield) >
Ardingly College (a college with its own Masonic Lodge) >
(possible earthwork group in Long Sutton) >
7/11/07 crop circle W of Savernake, Wiltshire >
6/16/07 crop circle SW of Lockeridge, Wiltshire >
6/28/07 crop circle & West Kennett Long Barrow (same location) >
Oldbury Castle hillfort & Lansdowne Monument (same location) >
St. Mary's Church, Caine >
Chippenham Masonic Hall >
Tormarton Mound

Note the close proximity of the 7/18/07 crop circle in Wilton, Wiltshire to this line.


Alignment #B5 passing through what appears to be a group of earthworks at Long Sutton, Hampshire


Alignment #B5 passing close to a possible mound in Heathfield, East Sussex

The last group of alignments for today’s post is a collection of four well-established, “classic” ley lines on which - by reproducing them exactly and then extending their trajectory with Google Earth - I have found several crop circles lying precisely on the line. Some of these crop circles are actually visible in Google Earth, as they were captured on the satellite photo currently used by Google.

Markers that I have added to supplement the original leys are indicated with an asterisk (*) .

#C1: the “Stonehenge - Avebury Ley,” extended to include 3-5 crop circles & 1 white horse
(Originally discovered in 1846 by Reverend Edward Duke)
Stonehenge >
tumulus at Durrington Down >
Casterley Camp HIllfort >
* Alton Barnes White Horse >
* 6/28/07 crop circle(next to West Kennett Long Barrow >
West Kennett Long Barrow >
* 4/19/08 crop circle just south of Avebury Circle >
* 2003 “jingjang” crop circle (visible in Google Earth 5.0 in 2003 photo) just south of Avebury Circle >
Avebury Circle (center)

Note the close proximity of the 5/4/08 and 6/7/07 crop circles (both NE of Stanton St. Bernard) to this line; they might also be considered part of the alignment.


”Stonehenge-Avebury Ley” passing through the edge of the remnant of the 2003 “jingjang” crop circle

#C2: “Silbury Hill Ley” extended to include 3 or 4 crop circles & 1 or 2 earthworks
http://www.leyhunter.com/archives/tlh13.htm
Marden Henge >
stone circle (marker not included in .kmz file) >
* 7/26/02 crop circle, Stanton Bridge >
* 8/12/07 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire >
Silbury Hill >
Avebury Circle (west edge) >
St. Peter's churchyard (marker not included in .kmz file) >
Bincknoll Castle hillfort >
* Stanton Moor "Nine Ladies" stone circle >
* 2002 crop circle near Ossett, Wakefield, visible in Google Earth

Note the close proximity of the 7/14/07 crop circle (S of Stanton St. Bernard) and Cold Aston Long Mound to the Silbury Hill Ley; one or both of them might also be considered part of the alignment.


Silbury Hill Ley terminating at the 2002 crop circle near Ossett, Wakefield

#C3: “Alfred Watkins Ley” a.k.a “Walterstone Ley,” extended with 1 moat & 1 crop circle
http://www.leyhunter.com/archives/tlh15.htm
* 2002 crop circle near Great Staughton, Cambridgeshire, visible in Google Earth >
* castle moat near Thistley Hill >
St. Peter's Church, Lancillo >
site of ancient chapel near Walterstone >
Walterstone Camp hillfort (N edge) >
mound in Walterstone


Alfred Watkins Ley terminating at the 2002 crop circle near Great Staughton, Cambridgeshire

#C4: “Stonehenge Ley,” extended with 1 crop circle & 1 hillfort
http://www.leyhunter.com/archives/tlh11.htm
* 2002 crop circle near Hexton, Hertfordshire, visible in Google Earth >
* Waulud's Bank hillfort >
Sidbury Camp hillfort >
Stonehenge (NW edge of ring) >
Grovely Castle hillfort >
Castle Ditches hillfort


Stonehenge Ley terminating at the 2002 crop circle near Hexton, Hertfordshire

Note: For reference, I have reproduced four other “classic” British ley lines in the .kmz file attached to the bottom of the first post on this thread:
Cambridge Ley - http://www.leyhunter.com/archives/tlh17.htm
Avebury Ley - http://www.leyhunter.com/archives/tlh14.htm
Old Sarum Ley -http://www.leyhunter.com/archives/tlh12.htm
St. Michael Ley – http://educate-yourself.org/zsl/stmi...e03aug07.shtml

In particular, the idea that 4 crop circles visible in Google Earth would match up perfectly with 4 of the world’s most famous/”established” ley lines seems to severely beat the odds of “random alignments.” Considering that the number of “classic leys” identified in England is only around the lower double digits (to my knowledge, which is a relevant point here) and that there’s only 23 crop circles visible in Google Earth in England of which I’m aware at the time of this writing (and which I didn't filter out due to their questionably ragged appearance) - 18 from Cyclonic’s “Crop Circle Collection” file posted here on Google Earth Community, 2 which I found thanks to the new “Historical Imagery” feature in Google Earth 5.0, and 3 trace remainders, or “echoes,” of 2001 formations - visible in Google’s 2002 photos - which I spotted as I was working on Wiltshire.

One more thing:

I have mentioned my membership in the ICCRA on this thread partly to give credit where it is due: it was the alignment work of ICCRA Board members Jeff Wilson and Roger Sugden which inspired me to pursue this test; also, many pieces of information that I learned about crop circles by attending the last three annual ICCRA meetings have been crucial to my research.

However, I certainly do not speak for the ICCRA, and many of my views on crop circles and related subjects are not universally shared by all of the group’s diverse membership at this moment in time.

But, I have a feeling that many more ICCRA members will soon be on board with more of my views on crop circles, once they’ve spent some time with the newest updates to this test map.

I think that the alignment test on this thread may represent a contribution to the growing collection of evidence that the “geographic crop circle code” and the Earth’s ley line map, as I speculate on this thread, are one and the same.
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It looks like I've resolved the problem with Google Earth Community for the time being.

Though I still can't log in to Google Earth Community with my "wabun" account, I was able to create a separate account under the username "Scatterdome."

Apparently, a “technical problem” was the reason that my post reverted back to the way it was in December, and also the reason my "Wabun" account is inaccessible.

On 2/12, at 12:26 PM, an administrator of GEC's user forum, Lrae, posted a new thread explaining that the recent downtime resulted in the accidental removal of some recent posts and the loss of some members' registrations:
http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/ubbthread...39#Post1199036

In the post, he explains:

As most of you know, last night, Feb. 11th, the Google Earth Community went down for a few hours, when it reappeared time had shifted to Jan. 23rd, then this morning California time, it jumped ahead to Feb. 3rd.

The explanation:

Last night one of our engineers (me) was doing an SQL search in the database, and created a search that unfortunately forced SQL into an endless loop. No problem, just restart the server... but then the problem showed up. The backup server thought it needed to move the current backup to the main server. (bad but still only a few hours should be lost). Except it was then discovered that the software controlling the backup server had hung on Jan. 23rd and this was not noticed. (steps are being taken to prevent that from occurring again.) Searching other areas, this morning we found a single backup from Feb. 3rd and it was decided to restore to that backup... this reduced the total lost time from 20 days to only 10.

This experience has helped make the backup function more responsive and less likely to fail again.

We are very sorry for any lost posts and member registrations.

Lrae”


Sorry if I sounded a little paranoid in the beginning of my first 2/12 post, everybody... I didn't mean to scare anyone. However, given the timing of the problem and the heavy nature of the updates I had posted ("Rothschild Ley," "Windsor Ley," etc), I don't think anyone can blame me for speculating along the "possible censorship" route!

(Who knows, maybe the whole "downtime" they experienced - and the resulting technical difficulties Lrae describes - was the result of hackers whose intent was to provide a “cover story” to remove my account and my post for a few days – or permanently, were I to “give up” - to buy some time, during which I might hurt my credibility with “paranoid” speculations on censorship posted on messageboards. Naahh... I'll only continue to speculate on that angle if my new account and my re-post disappears as well. OK, that’s enough - I'll take off my "tin foil hat" now... sorry, folks...)

Anyway, my thread at GEC is once again the default place to read about my alignment updates and to download the various layers of my Google Earth map of alignments. (Note: the current .kmz file of alignments, "AlignmentCollection020709," is attached to my first 2/13 post as "Scatterdome;" ignore the "AlignmentCollection120208" file attached to the first post on the thread.) Here's the current link:
http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/ubbthread...77#Post1116977

Or, if the link changes as it frequently does, google "wabun crop circle alignments" or and you'll find it.
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Quote:
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The Thunderbird Wheel has been activated
The wind is picking up around here:

West:
Jim Marrs - www.jimmarrs.com
Alex Jones - www.prisonplanet.com / www.infowars.com
others

North:
David Icke - www.davidicke.com
George Noory - www.coasttocoastam.com
others

East:
Peter Champoux - www.geometryofplace.com
Ted Andrews - www.llewellyn.com/bookstore/author.php?id=17944
Jim Prange - This thread / www.scatterdome.com/howell.htm
others

South:
Jeff Wilson - www.iccra.org
Freddy Silva - www.cropcirclesecrets.org
Paul Vigay - www.vigay.com/cgi-bin/webring?ring=cropcircle / http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/newshome...-in.5001144.jp / http://cryptoworld.co.uk/ufo-and-cro...ston-has-died/
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Since it's too late to edit the last post:

I forgot one important detail. David Kingston's name should be part of the "South" list next to Paul Vigay's, as "Paul Vigay/David Kingston," as they were prominent crop circle researchers who died within the same 24-hour period. Both deaths were announced on 2/20/09.

On Vigay's "Crop Circle Web Ring," a list of dozens of crop circle websites (including my essay on the Howell crop circles) that Vigay endorsed, Kingston's site is listed second after Vigay's.

Kingston was an elderly man who died of cancer, whereas Vigay was a 44-year old man whose body was found washed ashore on a beach.

Chew on that for a while.

Rest assured, they will BOTH be helping crop circle researchers (and consequently, everybody else in the world) from the other side.

2009 is going to be a very interesting year for crop circles.
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The winds are blowing FASTER AND FASTER.

From a 2/23/09 article on Time magazine's website:

"On Feb. 17, the 100th anniversary of Geronimo's death, descendants of the Apache warrior filed a federal lawsuit against the secretive Skull and Bones society of Yale University demanding that the group — which it claims is in possession of Geronimo's remains — return them to his family. 'I believe strongly from my heart that his spirit was never released,' Geronimo's great-grandson Haryln Geronimo, 61, told the National Press Club."

Full story here:

http://www.time.com/time/nation/arti...881172,00.html
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and FASTER:


obelisk “monument” to Chief Logan on top of Osco Mound in Fort Hill Cemetery, Auburn, NY


the Horace Mann memorial obelisk on top of a small Indian mound at Antioch University campus, Yellow Springs, OH


view of both of the Indian mounds at Antioch campus


obelisk with Masonic square-and-compass on top of the mound at Green Mound Cemetery in New Richmond, OH


grave of a Revolutionary War soldier on top of the largest Indian mound in Mound Cemetery, Piketon, OH




more gravestones with Masonic symbolism at Piketon
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the Lansdowne monument, inside Oldbury Hillfort in Cherhill, Wiltshire, UK


my grandparents, Dorothy and Harold Prange, at the Great Mound in Anderson, IN, 5/14/08
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This may not make a lot of sense; im tripping to communicate this:
My inhabitant was horrified that id figure this out and communicate it because it’s a major communication tool that only applies to this transitional period in evolution: the key to communication is that if we learn to identify and make fun of each way our inhabitant GETS INTO us through our reptilian brains AS WELL AS I DID WITH Osoris =Dickead andIsis = ?? Saggy tits (not as good as dickead)… scaly tits (not as good).. hmmm , AND GIVE IT A NICKNAME BASED ON HOW DEEP UNDERSTANDING OF THE REPTILIANS THEMSELVES IN THIS TRANSITIONAL PERIOD PRE 2012, especially how male-female play off each other, then we will overcome communication barriers with love and humor. A thunderbird\ has to experience possession himself to be able to gently teach people to exorcise their own, with help from each other. (Go down spiral staircase clockwise, with ladybird above her and me below, and come back w possessed person counterclockwise to bring her back up. Reptilians need love more than anyone because they’ve been caufght in this loop without the means to get out because their brains are too deeply reptilian; we humans must teach others to love them for teaching this lesson. --- wabun thunderbird

Aggression (too faR ONE DIRECTOIN)= Zep = Osiris = Dickhead
OTHER END OF SPECTURM Grateful dead = ?
Ocd?

WHAT ELSE?

WHATOTHER NICKNAMES CAN WE COME UP? CAUSE THIS IS A (NOT THE ONLY ONE, AND RELAX THE SPIRITS GRANDMA AND GRANPDPA WILL COMMUNICATE THIS THROUGH CROP CIRCLES IF THEY MURDER ME FOR BEING About to send this email)
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It's interesting that you mention about reptillians abducting people to colonise plan B planets. As I was asked last year if I wanted my own planet in a dream I was having.
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Don't worry, folks- I'm OK. Just to clear things up, I wasn't tripping when I wrote that- I was possessed. (I'm not joking- I'll write more about that later.)

Here's what I was trying to say:

I believe I have come up with a unique, effective and simple framework for identifying the presence of inhabiting reptilian entities in one's self and in others. This framework is inspired and influenced by traits traditionally associated with the Thunderbird, which is why I think they will be effective for some people in clearing out Serpent entities. These traits: humor and love.

My idea: if you come up with nicknames based on the various openings in the reptilian brain by which parasitic reptilian entities latch on to people and influence (and in more severe cases, control) the thoughts and emotions of the host, it will provide a simple and tangible means for the host to consciously block these openings without feeling fear, while letting the entity know its presence has been identified and that the host is in the process of blocking every route by which it might try to get in. (Note: Several of these routes are related to the reptilians' favorite trick of blocking communication between two hosts.)

If these nicknames are spoken aloud by a host who 1) understands that we should love these parasitic entities for teaching us lessons we could not learn otherwise, and who 2) has made it clear that the parasite is not welcome, it will work. (It will work for many people, anyway, though most people may need more than this system (outside help) to clear the entity - or a different system altogether.)

Important note: part of the reason that the Thunderbird trumps the Serpent is because the Thunderbird is unpredictable, while the Serpent is predictable due to its attachment to repetition and ritual. If you use only the nicknames on my list, it will become a repetitive ritual, and thus puts the ball back in the Serpent's court. This is only a “starter pack;” it is essential for anyone trying to use this system that they try to come up with multiple creative and humorous nicknames (as well as “favorite quotes”) for each trait on their own, to stay true to the unpredictable and humorous nature of the Thunderbird.

Here's my “starter pack” list of nicknames:

Trait Nickname (male/female) Favorite quote(s)

aggression: Dickhead / Dicktits “Get out of my way!” / “AAARGH!”

conspiring: Scalyhead / Scalytits “What you don't know can't hurt you” / “Ignorance is bliss”

laziness: Droopyhead / Droopytits “I'm too tired”

incoherence: Mumblyhead / Mumblytits “mbzum phm” / “jhgnap puh” / etc.

fear: Spookyhead / Spookytits “I'm scared” / “Be very afraid”

ritual/repetition/OCD*: Re-Pete / Repetits “Repeat”

ritual/repetition/OCD*: Re-Pete / Repetits “Repeat”

not paying attention: Spacehead / Spacetits “Huh?”

blocking communication: Blockhead / Blockytits “I don't want to know”

alcoholism: Boozehead / Boozytits - burp -

confusion: (any ideas?) “Where am I?”


The following joke is supplemental to the “ritual/repetition” listing:

Pete and repeat were on a boat. Pete fell off. Who is left? (Re-Pete.)
Pete and repeat were on a boat. Pete fell off. Who is left? (Re-Pete.)
etc.


So that's my list. I'll write more about it later.

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Here's a couple other ideas for this post which I'll put simply now, and elaborate on later.


4 Communication Tips

1.Writing = good for intellectual clarity and detail, but less emotional and slow to create

2.Phone communication = good for speed & emotion, but difficult to convey visual ideas or detailed intellectual ideas

3.Communication in person = usually better than #2, often better than #1.

4.Exclusively communicating in just one of the first 3 can lead to communication breakdowns; mix it up if that happens!

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Old = pyramid-shaped government
New = Wheel/gear-shaped government

Old = square/cube-shaped houses
New = dome-shaped houses

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That's it for today; for now, I'm going back to the crisis home where I've been staying for the last few days, as the library is shutting down.

Immediately after I wrote that last post, I fled my home and literally confronted and struggled with my inhabitant for control of my body and mind in a public place to avoid death- thus, my 3-day stay at a crisis home. I'll detail that story soon, when I have more time.

For those of you reading this who might not yet understand what this has to do with crop circles, I'll also elaborate on that later.
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Short version: I pulled a Phoenix on purpose.



my "diagnosis" from Saint Mary's Health Care, 200 Jefferson SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 / (616)752-6090 / (616)752-6789
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I've updated the Michigan section of my alignment file to include 16 more alignments of Indian mounds, crop circles and Masonic lodges, as well as 7 alignments that are more experimental/outside of the original parameters of the test, and 7 of Doug Masselink's Indian mound alignments which I have approximated from diagrams found on 2 websites featuring his alignments:
http://www.leyhunter.com/archives/michigan.htm
http://books.google.com/books?id=8Rv...higan#PPA35,M1

As an experiment, I've also included placemarks in the Michigan test area for perfect 3-way intersections of alignments, Odd Fellows lodges, and allegedly haunted sites- the latter of which I have yet to filter out all of the sites of dubious stories from the genuinely haunted sites. (My next update will undoubtedly have more of those filtered out.)

The British section of my file now includes an almost complete collection of the locations of British crop circles that have appeared since 1978, mostly taken from Bert Janssen's website. ( www.cropcirclesandmore.com ) So far, I have filtered out many of the ones that are either known to be hoaxes or that look like hoaxes, though there are likely several that I haven't yet filtered out. (Among these newly added crop circles, 38 are visible in Google Earth, thanks to the "Historical Imagery" upgrade in Google Earth 5.0.) I have also added placemarks for all of the Masonic lodges in the provinces immediately bordering Wiltshire.

However, I haven't worked much on British alignments since my last post, as I've been focusing mainly on Michigan during that time. So, I have added only 2 alignments to that collection. For now, I'd like to invite others to look for alignments among the new British crop circle placemarks, now that I have made them all available in one Google Earth file.

I will be posting my descriptions and analysis of these new alignments on this thread some time after I return from the ICCRA conference in Ohio, which is happening this weekend.

For now, I'll let the newly updated alignment file "speak for itself."

(Note: the new file is attached to the bottom of the first post on mt thread at Google Earth Community; the post also contains links to the other layers necessary to view the complete map.)

Link to the Google Earth Community thread here:
http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/ubbthread...Number=1116977
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Today, I updated the alignment file attached to my thread on Google Earth Community. I've also updated the descriptions of alignments on the thread to include churches in Britain, and to include 3-way intersections of alignments in the Michigan test area.

Here's the link to the thread again:

http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/ubbthread...77#Post1116977

I'll be posting details about the latest developments in my alignment test later this month, both on this thread and on my Google Earth Community thread.

For now, I recommend downloading the new file to see the latest developments for yourself!
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I have a very interesting update:

Yesterday, a crop circle was discovered near Marlborough Downs in Wiltshire.

I find this one particuarly interesting for a couple reasons:

1) It is located where alignment #B3 intersects the St. Michael Ley, one of the most famous ley lines in the world.

2) Before yesterday, I had only found one crop circle that was located precisely in the center of #B3: the 8/17/07 crop circle in West Overton. The rest of the markers on the alignment were manmade markers: 3 earthworks, 8 churches, 1 college , 3 castles, 2 palaces, and 3 Masonic halls.

With the addition of yesterday's crop circle, there are now 5 crop circles that have appeared precisely on one of the 5 British alignments that I posted in February (#B1 through #B5) after I posted the alignments.

Link to information on the formation:
http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/2...thers2009.html

Link to Bert Janssen's map of crop circles that have appeared in Britain in 2009:
http://cropcirclesandmore.com/where/...locations.html

I would be especially interested to find out if this crop circle is authentic or if it is a hoax, considering the circumstances.


The 7/14/09 Marlborough Downs crop circle

The other four crop circles that have appeared on one of the five alignments I posted in February are:


4/19/09 crop circle, West Kennett Long Barrow - located on #B5


5/29/09 crop circle, Ashbury - located on #B1 ("Rothschild Ley")


6/28/09 crop circle, Beckhampton - located on #B4 ("Winston Churchill Ley")


7/4/09 crop circle, Beckhampton - located on #B5

I've updated the alignment file attached to the first post on the Google Earth Community thread to include the new crop circles.

Link to the Google Earth Community thread:
http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/ubbthread...Number=1116977
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Part 1/7:

One thing I did not yet know when I wrote the previous post: the 7/4/09 Beckhampton crop circle (pictured at the end of the above post) was located precisely where Alignment #B5 intersects the Montgomery Ley.

So, of the five crop circles that appeared on my first five British alignments after I posted the alignments in February, two of them, not just one, appeared precisely where one of my first five alignments intersects a known ley line!

For today's post, I'll start with descriptions of eight more alignments that I've found in Great Britain.

Five of these - #B6 through #B10 - were included in the previous alignment file I posted on 7/15/09. However, since then I have explored the alignments in greater detail - largely using streetmap.com, an excellent resource for this test - and found many additional markers that were not listed in the previous file.

#B6
Including only markers touching the center of the line:
9 earthworks, 11 churches, 3 palaces, 1 college - 309.8 miles

Including markers within 100 feet of the center of the line:
13 earthworks, 14 churches, 5 palaces, 1 college - 310.6 miles

St. Bedes Church, Bedlington (attached building) >
Sacred Heart Church, Newcastle Upon Tyne >
Westgate Baptist Church, Newcastle Upon Tyne >
(100 feet from St Paulinus Church, St Helen Auckland) >
(70 feet from church in Barden) >
Castleberg hillfort, Nesfield >
Netherwood House, Ilkley >
earthwork in Keighley >
St. Paul's Church, Denholme >
Cown Edge round cairn, Glossop >
Stansmore Hall, Dilhorne >
St. Michael & All Angels Church, Penkridge >
(20 feet from moat, Penkridge) >
St Chad's & St Mark's Church, Wolverhampton >
St Mary's Church, Kingswinford >
Wordsley Methodist Church, Wordsley >
St Mary's Church, Harvington >
Worcester Cathedral >
(80 feet from Eastington Hall, Longdon Heath) >
Uley Hill Camp, Uley >
(100 feet from Blackquarries Hill Long Barrow) >
Horton Camp >
Old Sodbury Hillfort >
Kingswood Preparatory >
St. Gregory's Catholic College >
Mells Down Hillfort >
St. Mary Magdalene Church, Stowell >
tumulus W of Godmanstone >
(80 feet from St. Mary’s Church, Stratton) >
(100 feet from tumulus N of Martinstown) >
tumulus NE of Coryates >
(100 feet from tumulus NE of Coryates) >
(50 feet from tumulus E of Coryates)

Markers within 110-400 feet of the center of the alignment:
(140 feet from church in Elswick + 300ish to 2 others?)
(110 feet from All Saints Parochial Church, Langley Park)
(200 feet from St. Helen's Church, St. Helen Auckland)
(290 feet from moat in East Layton)
(320 feet from church in Ramsgill)
(150 feet from Mount Zion Chapel, Halifax)
(240 feet from Christ Church, Barkisland)
(250 feet from standing stones E of Greenfield)
(240 feet from St. James' Church, Taxal)
(260 feet from former St. Edward's Hospital chapel, Cheddleton)
(160 feet from St. Edward the Confessor Church, Cheddleton)
(230 feet from St. Leonard's Church, Dunston) - 2 towns named dunston on this line
(210 feet from Mission Church at Coven Heath)
(130 feet from Friends Meeting House, Wolverhampton (Quakers))
(280 feet from St Michael's Church, Stourbridge)
(140 feet from St James the Great Church, Blakedown)
(110 feet from St. Swithun's Church, Worcester)
(250 feet from Hillesley Baptist Church, Hillesley)
(300 feet from Hawkesbury Knoll Long Barrow)
(350 feet from St. Mary's Church, Hawkesbury)
(170 feet from church in Twerton on Avon)
(120 feet from St. Philip & St James Church, Odd Down)
(270 feet from St. Mary The Virgin Church, Wanstrow)
(110 feet from tumulus SW of Cerne Abbas)
(330 feet from tumulus W of Forston)
(300 feet from tumulus N of Stratton)
(280 feet from tumulus N of Martinstown)
(160 feet from tumulus N of Martinstown)
(190 feet from tumulus N of Martinstown)
(300 feet from tumulus E of Coryates)

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#B7
Including only markers touching the center of the line:
5 crop circles, 5 earthworks, 2 Masonic halls, 5 churches, 3 palaces - 278.5 miles

Including markers within 100 feet of the center of the line:
5 crop circles, 6 earthworks, 2 Masonic halls, 11 churches, 3 palaces - 280.1 miles

tumulus near Weybourne, Holt >
Winnold House (site of Wynwaloe Priory) >
(100 ft from West Dereham St Andrew) >
moat in Colne, Huntingdon >
St Ives Masonic Hall >
Eaton Socon Castle >
Southside Family Church, Kenston >
(100 feet from St Frideswide's C of E Church, Bletchley) >
ring design at Shotover House, Holton >
Childrey Methodist Church, Childrey >
(50 feet from St. Andrew's Church in Ogbourne St. Andrew) >
11/15/07 crop circle, Manton >
7/29/04 crop circle, West Overton Hill >
8/8/00 crop circle, All Cannings >
5/6/09 crop circle, All Cannings >
4/26/03 crop circle, All Cannings >
(100 feet from tumulus in Erlestoke) >
Warminster Masonic Hall, Warminster >
Christ Church, Warminster >
tumulus SW of Warminster >
Bradley House, Maiden Bradley >
All Saints Church, Maiden Bradley >
Kenwalch's Castle Hillfort >
(30 feet from St. Martin's Church, North Perrott) >
Hawkesdown Hill hillfort >
(30 feet from St. George's church, Goodrington) >
rectangular platform earthwork NE of Kingsbridge >
(80 feet from All Saints Church, West Alvington)

Markers within 110-400 feet of the center of the alignment:
(200 feet from Hilgay All Saints)
(170 feet from St. Mary's Church, Eynesbury)
(150 feet from moat in Great Barford, Bedfordshire)
(250 feet from St. Nicholas' Church, Hulcote)
(200 feet from St. Mary's Church, Oakley)
(290 feet from St. Peter's Church, Great Cheverell)
(130 feet from tumulus NE of Warminster)
(170 feet from tumulus SE of Edington)
(310 feet from The Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Rimpton)
(150 feet from Manor Farm House, Up Mudford)
(190 feet from chapel in Yeovil Cemetery, Yeovil)
(200 feet from St. Martin of Tours Church, West Coker)
(150 feet from Seaborough Church, Seaborough)
(110 feet from St. Michael's Church, Blackawton)
(330 feet from Holy Trinity Church in Galmpton)

I found alignment #B7 when I noticed the 3-point alignment of the 8/8/00, 4/26/03 and 5/6/09 crop circles in a mere 1,000-foot stretch near All Cannings, and then extended the line to see if anything else interesting was on it.

One of the first things I noticed after extending the line was a large pyramid structure housing the Oasis Beach Pool in Bedford. Since indoor pools are not what I would consider a ley marker, I did not include it in the above list. However, I find it very interesting that someone decided to build a large pyramid structure in a location that happens to be precisely in the center of this alignment:

The Oasis Beach Pool, Bedford (Photo by Panoramio user "deanbed")


11/15/07 crop circle, Manton


7/29/04 crop circle, West Overton Hill


8/8/00 crop circle, All Cannings (left) ; 5/6/09 crop circle, All Cannings (right)


4/26/03 crop circle, All Cannings
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#B8
Including only markers touching the center of the line:
5 crop circles, 10 earthworks, 1 castle, 2 palaces, 1 church, 1 white horse, 1 monument - 171.6 miles

Including markers within 100 feet of the center of the line:
5 crop circles, 13 earthworks, 1 castle, 3 palaces, 3 churches, 1 white horse, 1 monument - 232.9 miles

(100 feet from moat in East End, East Riding Of Yorkshire) >
(70 feet from St. John The Baptist Church, Lissington) >
St. Wulfram's Church, Grantham >
Sauvey Castle (site), Launde, Leicestershire >
Keythorpe Hall, Tugby, Leicestershire >
Battle of Naseby monument >
Uffington White Horse (parallel to line of horse's back) >
Uffington Castle hillfort >
Ashdown House, Oxfordshire >
7/11/06 crop circle, Aldbourne >
8/6/04 crop circle, Aldbourne >
7/8/06 crop circle, Savernake Forest (corrected) >
8/3/05 crop circle, Savernake Forest >
tumulus near Stonehenge >
linear earthwork near Stonehenge (parallel to line) >
tumulus near Stonehenge >
tumulus near Stonehenge >
7/15/03 crop circle, Woodford >
(80 feet from St. John The Baptist Church, Burcombe) >
tumulus near Bishopstone >
(80 feet from tumulus at Oakley Down, Sixpenny Handley) >
(70 feet from tumulus at Wyke Down, Monkton Up Winbourne) >
tumulus near Monkton Up Winbourne >
tumulus, Sturminster Marshall >
(80 feet from tumulus at Five Barrow Hill, East Lulworth) >
tumulus at Five Barrow Hill, East Lulworth >
Rings Hill fort, Tyneham

Markers within 110-400 feet of the center of the alignment:
(210 feet from St. Peter & St. Paul's Church, Belton)
(300 feet from Belton House, Belton)
(180 feet from Purston Manor, Purston, Leicestershire)
(180 feet from St. James the Great Church, South Leigh)
(170 feet from St. Nicholas Church, Baulking)
(180 feet from 7/11/07 crop circle, Savernake Forest)
(200 feet from tumulus near Burcombe)
(130 feet from tumulus near Bishopstone)
(170 feet from tumulus near the Badbury Rings)

I found alignment #B8 by following my hunch to extend the Uffington White Horse's "backbone" line:

Alignment #B8 at the Uffington White Horse and Uffington Castle hillfort

One interesting detail about this alignment is the strong overall connection between two of the crop circles on the line: the 7/11/06 Aldbourne crop circle and the 7/8/06 Savernake Forest crop circle. The dates of their discovery were three days apart, the distance between the two formations is five miles, and - most intriguingly - the two formations share a specific design component:

7/8/06 crop circle, Savernake Forest (left) ; 7/11/06 crop circle, Aldbourne (right)


8/6/04 crop circle, Aldbourne (left) ; 8/3/05 crop circle, Savernake Forest (right)


7/15/03 crop circles, Woodford (left) ; close-up of the circle in the 7/15/03 formation that intersects alignment #B8 (right)
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#B9
Including only markers touching the center of the line:
6 crop circles, 7 earthworks, 10 churches, 1 abbey, 2 palaces, 1 Masonic hall - 349.9 miles

Including markers within 100 feet of the center of the line:
6 crop circles, 8 earthworks, 13 churches, 1 abbey, 3 palaces, 1 Masonic hall - 351.27 miles

6/21/06 crop circle, Martham (visible in Google Earth) >
2006 crop circle, Martham (visible in Google Earth) >
Hargham Hall, Hargham >
Castle Hill, Thetford >
Liberty Centre Church, Thetford >
(70 feet from Elveden Hall, Elveden) >
St. Stephen's Church, Cambridge >
Church of the Assumption, Harlton >
moat, Wendy >
St. Mary the Virgin Church, Lower Gravenhurst >
(100 feet from Toddington Baptist Church, Toddington) >
(50 feet from St. George of England Church, Toddington) >
St. Peter's Church (ruins) near Quarrendon >
garden earthworks, Quarrendon >
(60 feet from St. Leonard's Church, Waterstock) >
7/15/05 crop circle, Garsington >
statue in Abingdon Abbey ruins, Abingdon >
Abingdon Guildhall, Abingdon (meeting place of Abbey Lodge #945) >
St. Nicholas Church, Abingdon >
Ray Charlton Church, Abingdon >
Idlebush Barrow, Kingston Warren >
7/24/03 crop circle, Berwick Bassett (visible in Google Earth) >
tumulus inside Windmill Hill hillfort >
tumulus inside Windmill Hill hillfort >
5/23/99 crop circle, Yatesbury >
5/30/07 crop circle, Yatesbury >
Oldbury Castle Hillfort >
earthwork at Pabyer Point >
church at Trellowarren Estate, St. Martin >
2 chapels at Cury White Cross, Cury >
(30 feet from tumulus at Mullion Golf Club, Cury)

Markers within 110-400 feet of the center of the alignment:
(200 feet from St. Mary's Church, East Carleton)
(210 feet from St. Ethelbert Church, Larling)
(250 feet from St. Andrew's Church, Kilverstone)
(230 feet from moat NE of Chippenham)
(130 feet from St. Margaret's Church, Chippenham) >
(230 feet from either St. Julietta's or St. Cyriac Church, Swaffham Prior)
(110 feet from St Andrew & St Mary Church, Grantchester) >
(230 feet from church in Clifton)
(190 feet from 7/3/96 crop circle, Garsington)
(120 feet from Holy Rood Church, Sparsholt) >
(140 feet from 6/24/09 crop circle, Berwick Bassett)
(240 feet from Rode Baptist Church, Rode)
(210 feet from St. Melion church, St. Melion)

I found alignment #B9 by following my hunch to extend the conspicuous line found in the design of the 7/24/03 Berwick Bassett crop circle, which I was able to do easily since the remnant of the crop circle is visible in the 2003 satellite photo of the area. (Note: my hunch was specifically inspired by ICCRA director Jeff Wilson's work with USA crop circle alignments.)


7/24/03 Berwick Bassett crop circle


the remnants of the formation visible in Google Earth


6/21/06 crop circle, Martham


6/21/06 crop circle, Martham - Google Earth image of the formation showing the beginning of the alignment


7/15/05 crop circle, Garsington


5/23/99 crop circle, Yatesbury


5/30/07 crop circles, Yatesbury


the circle in the 5/30/07 Yatesbury formation located on alignment #B9

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#B10
Including only markers touching the center of the line:
3 earthworks, 1 palace, 5 churches, 2 Masonic Halls, 1 castle - 138.3 miles

Including markers within 100 feet of the center of the line:
3 earthworks, 2 palaces, 11 churches, 4 Masonic Halls, 1 castle - 139.7 miles

The Old Hall, Tilney All Saints >
St. Lawrence Church, Tilney St. Lawrence >
Needingworth Ring - discovered in 2001 >
(100 feet from moat in Hatley) >
(60 feet from cemetery church in Hitchin) >
Bethany Community Church, Harpenden >
earthwork at Rothamstead Manor >
St. Andrew's Methodist Church, Slough >
Windsor Castle >
Farnborough Masonic Centre >
(80 feet from Aldershot Masonic Centre) >
(100 feet from St. Joseph's Church, Aldershot) >
church in Farnham >
Weydon Christian Centre, Farnham >
tumulus in Sleaford >
(80 feet from Sacred Heart Church, Bordon >
(70 feet from Petersfield Masonic Centre >
(60 feet from Jehovah's Witnesses, Horndean >
Horndean Masonic Centre >
(30 feet from St. Edmund's Catholic Church, Waterlooville) >
(30 feet from St. Wilfrid's C of E Church, Waterlooville)

Markers within 110-400 feet of the center of the alignment:
(160 feet from St. Nicholas Church, Hinxworth)
(230 feet from St Mary the Virgin Church, Stotfold)
(190 feet from St Thomas of Canterbury Church, West Hyde)
(170 feet from St. John the Baptist Church, Windsor)
(260 feet from All Saints Church, Windsor)
(190 feet from St John The Evangelist Church, Farnham)
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#B11
Including only markers touching the center of the line:
4 crop circles, 5 earthworks, 2 white horses, 1 church, 1 palace - 198.3 miles

Including markers within 100 feet of the center of the line:
5 crop circles, 6 earthworks, 3 white horses, 2 churches, 3 palaces - 198.3 miles

1999 crop circle, Corhampton (visible in Google Earth) >
6/23/89 crop circle, Cheesefoot Head >
Cheesefoot Head Barrows >
(0-70 feet from 7/78 crop circle, Winchester) >
Moody's Down Long Barrow, Barton Stacey >
(50 feet from Marlborough White Horse) >
Hackpen White Horse >
7/4/99 & 5/24/08 crop circle, Hackpen Hill (same location) >
Broad Town White Horse >
(60 feet from Hazelton Manor, Rodmarton) >
Backbury Hillfort >
Sutton Walls hillfort >
(80 feet from St. Mary's Church, Eardisland) >
(90 feet from mound in Eardisland) >
(30 feet from Hinton Manor, Eardisland - intersects front yard landscape circle) >
summit of Mt. Snowdon >
burnt mound S of Llanberis >
Bryn Bras Castle, Caernarfon (S buildings of complex) >
former church in Llanrug

Markers within 110-400 feet of the center of the alignment:
(220 feet from St. George the Martyr Church, Waterlooville)
(300 feet from St Mary & All Saints Church, Droxford)
(110 feet from Telegraph Hill Barrow)
(390 feet from 1982 crop circle, Winchester)
(350 feet from tumulus S of Tidcombe)
(370 feet from tumulus, Wexcombe Down)
(200 feet from St George's Church, Preshute)
(290 feet from St. Peter's Church, Minsterworth)
(190 feet from Churcham House)
(310 feet from St George's Church, Woolhope)
(380 feet from St Nicholas' Church, Sutton St Nicholas)
(230 feet from St. Cosmas & St. Damian's Church, Stretford)
(270 feet from Adfa Calvinist Methodist Chapel, Adfa)
(320 feet from Castell Prysor)
(200 feet from fort W of Llanberis)

I found alignment #B11 after noticing the almost-perfect 3-point alignment of three of the Wiltshire White Horses: Broad Town White Horse, Hackpen White Horse and Marlborough White Horse.


1999 crop circle, Corhampton


6/23/89 crop circle, Cheesefoot Head

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#B12
Including only markers touching the center of the line:
12 crop circles, 6 earthworks, 1 castle, 3 palaces, 5 churches, 1 obelisk, 1 intersection - 233.9 miles

Including markers within 100 feet of the center of the line:
13 crop circles, 8 earthworks, 1 castle, 4 palaces, 13 churches, 1 obelisk, 1 intersection - 233.9 miles

moat, Robertsbridge >
(80 feet S of Duddleswell Manor, Duddleswell) >
earthwork, Bentley >
earthwork, Well >
(40 feet N of Dower House, Tunworth) >
manor house, Tunworth >
(50 feet S of All Saints Church, Tunworth) >
Basingstoke Baptist Church >
(90 feet N of long barrow W of Upper Woodcott) >
intersection of Stonehenge Ley and Silbury Hill-Great Pyramid alignment >
8/9/98 crop circle, Tawse Mead Copse >
6/13/09 crop circle, Woodborough Hill (Tawse Mead Copse) >
6/3/07 crop circle, East Field >
6/19/07 crop circle, Alton Barnes >
6/19/96 crop circle, Alton Barnes >
5/2/99 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard >
4/12/99 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard >
6/2/09 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard >
8/8/08 crop circle & 6/13/09 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard (same location) >
(90 feet from 7/19/07 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard) >
7/2/09 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard >
4/16/99 crop circle, Bishops Cannings >
tumulus W of Bishops Cannings >
Bromham House (former location), Bromham >
10 feet S of former Methodist Chapel, Bridgeyate >
war memorial obelisk, Warmley >
(30 feet from St Thomas the Apostle Church, Eastville) >
Amitabha Buddhist Center, Bishopston >
St. Michael & All Angels church, Bishopston >
(60 feet from St. Martin's Church, Caerphilly) >
(100 feet from former St. James' Church, Blaengarw) >
(40 feet from Church of St. Peter & St. Paul, Cimla) >
(60 feet from St. Mary's Church, Skewen) >
(80 feet from Calfaria Baptist Chapel, Skewen) >
(20 feet from church in Llangennech) >
(100 feet from fort NNE of Pendine) >
tumulus N of Pendine >
St Elidyr's Church, Crunwere >
tumulus NEE of Ludchurch >
fort NNE of Ludchurch >
Castell Coch, Blackpool

Markers within 110-400 feet of the center of the alignment:
(340 feet from Hoddington House, Upton Grey)
(360 feet from Church of Christ, Basingstoke)
(300 feet from Woodcott House)
(340 feet S of Vernham Manor)
(240 feet from church, Milton Lilbourne
(290 feet from 6/21/09-6/23/09 crop circle, Milk Hill)
(200 feet from 9/7/08 crop circle, Allington)
(190 feet from tumulus W of Bishops Cannings)
(190 feet from tumulus N of Roundway)
(210 feet from Speedwell Methodist Church, Bristol)
(290 feet from Second Church of Christ Scientist, Westbury Park)
(240 feet from Shirehampton Methodist Church, Shirehampton)
(110 feet from Ty Eglwys (formerly All Saints Church), Coedkernew)
(140 feet from church in Skewen)
(290 feet from New Road Methodist Church, Skewen)
(120 feet from Bethania Welsh Congregational Church, Skewen)
(300 feet from Hermon Chapel, Skewen)
(370 feet from Mount Pleasant English Congregational Church, Grovesend)
(370 feet from earthwork N of Pendine)
(230 feet from tumulus E of Llanteg)
(120 feet from tumulus NEE of Ludchurch)

I found alignment #B12 after I noticed the perfect alignment of 11 crop circles in a mere 2.3 mile stretch in the heart of crop circle country, running between Tawse Mead Copse and the fields north of Stanton St. Bernard. (Interestingly, 3 of the 11 crop circles appeared in 2009.)

The "Silbury Hill-Great Pyramid alignment" listed above is an amazing alignment between Silbury Hill and the Great Pyramid of Giza found by Bert Janssen. He describes how he found the alignment on his website, at this link:
http://cropcirclesandmore.com/thoughts/200901sgp.html


8/9/98 crop circle, Tawse Mead Copse (left) ; 6/13/09 crop circle, Woodborough Hill (right)


6/3/07 crop circle, East Field (left) ; 6/19/07 crop circle, Alton Barnes (right)


6/19/96 crop circle, Alton Barnes (left) ; 5/2/99 crop circle, Alton Barnes (right)
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(Photos of crop circles located on Alignment #B12 continued)


4/12/99 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard


8/8/08 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard (left) ; 6/2/09 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard - with echo of 8/8/08 crop circle visible (right)


6/13/09 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard (bottom of photo; 6/2/09 crop circle at top of photo)


7/2/09 crop circle, Stanton St. Bernard


4/16/99 crop circle, Bishops Cannings

#B13

Including only markers touching the center of the line:
1 crop circle, 9 earthworks, 3 churches, 2 palaces, 1 college - 190.3 miles

Including markers within 100 feet of the center of the line:
1 crop circle, 10 earthworks, 6 churches, 4 palaces, 1 college - 205.2 miles

(40 feet NE of church in Sandown) >
college, Warsash >
St. Mary's Church, Swaythling >
Danebury Hillfort >
long barrow N of Danebury >
Easton Clump Tumulus, Easton >
5/4/09 crop circle, Manton (visible in Google Earth) >
Manton Down Long Barrow >
Binckknoll Castle hillfort >
Hoar Stone, Duntisbourne >
rectangular platform earthwork, Great Witcombe >
(50 feet SW of church, Little Witcombe) >
moat, The Leigh >
(50 feet NE of Coreley church, Coreley) >
(90 feet from Penkridge Hall) >
All Saint`s Church,Gobowen >
moat, Chirk Castle >
(50 feet from mansion, Llangollen Rural) >
church, Llangollen Rural >
Foel Fenlli hillfort >
tumulus, Cwm >
(70 feet from tumulus, Cwm)

Markers within 110-400 feet of the center of the alignment:
(130 feet from Bitterne United Reformed Church)
(200 feet from Holy Saviour C of E Church, Bitterne)
(310 feet from Swaythling Baptist Church)
(280 feet from long barrow N of Danebury)
(290 feet from Godsbury fort)
(360 feet from 6/12/05 crop circle, Manton Down (visible in Google Earth)
(220 feet from 6/22/07 crop circle, Manton House)
(210 feet from church, The Leigh)
(190 feet from Whitbourne Hall)
(300 feet from earthwork, Cleehill)
(140 feet from tower ruin, Broncroft)
(270 feet from Penycloddiau fort)
(330 feet from tumulus, Cwm)
(190 feet from tumulus, Cwm)

Like alignment #B9, I found this alignment on a hunch specifically inspired by Jeff Wilson's alignment work with USA crop circles; I extended a geometric component of the actual design of the crop circle - the longest straight line in the formation's design, in this case:

5/4/09 crop circle, Manton - visible in Google Earth


5/4/09 crop circle, Manton
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