Blackwood, nr Popham, Hampshire

This small, but pretty circle appeared close to Popham Airfield in Hampshire. A classical six-fold design, a hexagram (six-pointed star) sits inside a ring of flattened crop. Each point of the star is divided into a diamond shape where in one half the crop is standing and in the other half it is flattened. The circle measures approximately 100ft. in diameter and is in wheat. Six-fold patterns are one of the most common in crop circle design. Six is the number of best economy, love and harmony. Six is one of the so called ‘perfect’ numbers as it is is the sum of all its divisors.

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Date

21/06/2014

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Crop

Wheat

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Visiting

This crop circle has been harvested

Further Reading

Find out more about this crop circle on the websites below:

michael-glickman

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