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 2017 season for you to choose from.
disciples. These myths link twelve with the Divine and in particular the the idea of Heaven and Earth, or Divine made manifest on Earth – with the Thirteenth being the transformative principle.
Rollright Stones 2017: There have been circles at this location before, the last time in 2015. It is a very lovey location and well worth a visit if you can get there. This circle measured approximately 180ft-200ft in diameter and was in a field of golden, mature wheat. There are several noteworthy features to this circle, the first of which is the weaving of the crop close to the centre of the formation and the very fine ring of standing stems which create the most delicate of enclosures for a radially laid centre circle. The second is the fascinating geometry; a marriage of eight and five. Eight and five are two sequential Fibonacci numbers and two of the most prevalent found in nature, followed by thirteen. If five and eight are here, I wonder where thirteen is – that’s for the drawing board!
I love the ‘stretched’ pentagrams in this pattern, their marriage with the octahedron and octogram (made from two overlapping squares) is great fun – the playfulness with shape is really edifying.
Five is the number of life and the pentagram star is the the generator of Phi par excellence. It is connected with regeneration and it is also connected with water through its molecular structure. This marries well with eight which is about periodic renewal, and the link here is best illustrated by the sounding of the octave after playing the musical scale, the octave simulatenously taking us back to the beginning, but of course at another level (or scale).