About our Photographic Enlargements: Each 20 x 30 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 2018 season for you to choose from.
Mixon, nr Etchilhampton Hill 2018:
Location: Etchilhampton Hill, is one of the highest points in the Wiltshire landscape at a height of 623ft. and has been home to many crop circles over the years in the fields surrounding it’s summit – see here for a circle there in 2014. The hill itself, like so much of Wiltshire is chalk, and you can clearly see where it has been quarried in times past.
Design and Symbolism: This formation is all about circles and division by three. This will be very interesting to draw and to look for the coincidence and symmetry of the component parts. Unity (1) and three are related because both are unities in their own right. Three is an echo or reflection of unity in our world of multiplicity, three also is seen as a harmony (as in musical chords).
Three is a magic number, or so the song goes, but the depth to which the idea of ‘trinity’ is embedded in our culture and psyche cannot be overstated. Three (next to seven), is a number closely associated with spirit, there after all three steps to heaven (so another song goes). Many world deities are three-fold in nature – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – Maiden, Mother, Crone – and time itself is split into Past, Present and Future. Three therefore, is also a tripartate ‘whole’ in its own right. Three is also about harmony, triads of harmonic notes form chords in music, but it can also be about piercing, or transcending duality itself.