About our Photographic Enlargements: Each 10 x 15 inch image is printed on glossy photographic paper and is supplied hand-rolled and posted in a strong cardboard tube or is flat-packed to ensure safe delivery. We have chosen a selection of our favourite crop circles from the 2019 season for you to choose from.
History & Connections: Danebury Ring has seen several crop circles over the years. Most notably in 1998 the first seven-fold crop circle appeared here and in 2010 a huge 3-D cube design also appeared in this field. See the Geometry Gallery below for images. There was an interesting four-fold brooch found at Danebury by metal detectors. The brooch looks like a classic cross.
Design & Symbolism: The main numbers presented here are 12, 6 and 4. Twelve is sometimes known as the ‘Frame Work’ number because it can underpin so many different number variations. It is connected with time and measure – 12 constellations of the Zodiac, 12 hours in the day, it also in the number of inches in a foot. Twelve is also woven in to many of our myths and cultures the twelve tribes of Israel and the twelve labours of Hercules. This weaving of number into our culture is a time-honoured way of ensuring that this precious canon of knowledge is passed on to future generations. Six is one of the most utilised numbers in the crop circle canon and is traditionally the number of structure and order, think of the water molecule, ice, and snowflakes and also of crystals and carbon molecules. It also has a distinct and innate beauty to it, which makes it particularly attractive to the human eye.
Four is the number of the material realm, the stuff of matter. It is the number of classical elements (Earth, Air, Fire & Water). Throughout our history we have defined many quaternities to help us make sense of the world and ourselves – Jung’s classic ‘quaternity of the self’ (sensing, thinking, feeling and intuiting) is just one. Finally, there are just a couple of other things to mention. One is the double square in the centre of this formation which I found interesting and secondly, I also found a couple of nice Phi ratios in this design. In no way is this any kind of litmus test, I just think any circle that contains Phi is all the more attractive for it and carries within it a spark of Divine Number.