Could crop circle be Mayan sign?

This Is Wiltshire: Could crop circle be Mayan sign? Could crop circle be Mayan sign?

A stunning formation in a field near Hackpen Hill, Broad Hinton, has excited crop circle experts.

The image that appeared on Sunday is being described as a V Cube 6, a latterday successor to 80s puzzle, the Rubik’s Cube.

Dr Horace R Drew, also known as Red Collie, has written on the Crop Circle Connector website: “We cannot physically manip-ulate the V Cube 6 shown in crops, as we would for a normal cube, to solve any kind of ‘puzzle’. Yet the crop artist has clearly presented us with a puzzle of some kind.” Dr Drew says the clue may be in the numerous “square root of two” triangles which surround the squares and could be connected to the Mayan calendar. His hypothesis can be read online at www.cropcircleconnector.com Despite the weather, the 2012 season is a vintage one for crop formations.

Some 20 have been reported in August, many of them in the ‘golden triangle’ between Devizes, Marlborough and Pewsey. Other locations have included Milk Hill, near Stanton St Bernard; and Devil’s Den, near Fyfield.

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7:03pm Fri 31 Aug 12

OhThisIsFun says...

No it really couldn't, how dim are the WT reporters?
No it really couldn't, how dim are the WT reporters? OhThisIsFun

7:26pm Fri 31 Aug 12

Granti says...

No. You would have to be a real dim wit to believe such nonsense!
This new-age rubbish is getting really tiresome, It's all about selling pretty calendars, postcards and website advertising. There is no real science or any mystery in crop circles.
Even when TV programs have filmed people making complicated formation pattern the Believers still refuse to believe the truth!
No. You would have to be a real dim wit to believe such nonsense! This new-age rubbish is getting really tiresome, It's all about selling pretty calendars, postcards and website advertising. There is no real science or any mystery in crop circles. Even when TV programs have filmed people making complicated formation pattern the Believers still refuse to believe the truth! Granti

8:05pm Fri 31 Aug 12

boudicca rocks! says...

A lovely bit of art if nothing else.
A lovely bit of art if nothing else. boudicca rocks!

9:25pm Fri 31 Aug 12

wondering why says...

very pretty, amazing what a team of folks can do after a pint or two of cider....mayan sign, not buying that.
very pretty, amazing what a team of folks can do after a pint or two of cider....mayan sign, not buying that. wondering why

10:55pm Fri 31 Aug 12

Daedalus says...

Looks more like a Rubic's cube to me!
Looks more like a Rubic's cube to me! Daedalus

7:11am Sat 1 Sep 12

Hardens says...

Impressive piece of work - I mean the crop circle, not "the journalism"
Impressive piece of work - I mean the crop circle, not "the journalism" Hardens

8:00am Sat 1 Sep 12

loquax says...

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Men And Youths At Night M-A-Y-A-N loquax

12:12pm Sat 1 Sep 12

Don Jones says...

OhThisIsFun wrote:
No it really couldn't, how dim are the WT reporters?
Not quite as dim as the readers they manage to fool.
[quote][p][bold]OhThisIsFun[/bold] wrote: No it really couldn't, how dim are the WT reporters?[/p][/quote]Not quite as dim as the readers they manage to fool. Don Jones

2:42pm Sun 2 Sep 12

mjhudston says...

boudicca rocks! wrote:
A lovely bit of art if nothing else.
More like mindless vandalism, costing a farmer money!
[quote][p][bold]boudicca rocks![/bold] wrote: A lovely bit of art if nothing else.[/p][/quote]More like mindless vandalism, costing a farmer money! mjhudston

7:04am Sun 9 Sep 12

jasper1961 says...

Rather than trying to decipher the design, local scientists should first determine whether this circle is man-made (i.e., tell-tale signs of board stomping with crop flattened near the ground) or not man-made (typically seen as stalks bent aprox. 6" from the surface at 90 degrees as a result of exploded nodes, as evidenced in some crop formations.) Obviously some (if not the vast majority) of crop formations are hoaxes. Clearly, some of them are not ... but we have no idea what type of natural phenomena could cause such intricate and seemingly intentional design. If all crop circles are man-made, why do we never see the practice circles? Why are the hoaxsters never seen or caught? Why do we never see any footprints or tracks leading up to these circles? I'm impressed; they must be very, very good.
Rather than trying to decipher the design, local scientists should first determine whether this circle is man-made (i.e., tell-tale signs of board stomping with crop flattened near the ground) or not man-made (typically seen as stalks bent aprox. 6" from the surface at 90 degrees as a result of exploded nodes, as evidenced in some crop formations.) Obviously some (if not the vast majority) of crop formations are hoaxes. Clearly, some of them are not ... but we have no idea what type of natural phenomena could cause such intricate and seemingly intentional design. If all crop circles are man-made, why do we never see the practice circles? Why are the hoaxsters never seen or caught? Why do we never see any footprints or tracks leading up to these circles? I'm impressed; they must be very, very good. jasper1961

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