(CropCirclesLucyPringle) One of the most magical times of year is fast approaching – the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year. Celebrated all over the world, this is the moment when the rhythm of the earth changes and the heartbeat of Gaia, the mother Goddess takes on a new charge of energy. We are told that she is a goddess who, by all accounts, inhabits the planet, offering life and nourishment to all her children. In the ancient civilizations, she was revered as mother, nurturer and giver of life. And in Greek Mythology she represented the Earth, birthing all forms of landscape, plant and creature. Though her creation was majestic, her solitude was great. She longed for love and created the sky with whom she mated, igniting a creative force which birthed countless offspring: Time and the Fates, the Muses and the oceans, to name a few. She’s considered the primeval mother of whom all gods – and life itself – descended. As the mother figure she represents the Divine Feminine. →
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(Lucy Pringle´s Homepage) This is a pre Christmas email, as Christmas often seems to come upon us before we are ready and have not really got around to thinking about everything and all that it involves. One of the things that I often find the most difficult and illusive is trying to think of just the right present…→
Read more via Christmas is Coming! — Crop Circle Photographs and Tours ~ Lucy Pringle
(CropCircles.LucyPringle) After what seemed quite a sluggish summer, the circles came to life with a final flourish. When last I wrote we had got a far as the lovely Clear Wood circle. After that, the rush was on, as the fields were being harvested even throughout the night after rain prior to being put in a dryer. →
Read more & photos via A Flourishing Finish — Crop Circle Photographs Research Tours
(Crop Circles Lucy Pringle)
This is going to be a bumper harvest year for the farmers with a wonderful mixture of sun and rain at just the right times to make the crops flourish.
However, this has been a most extraordinary summer as there have been virtually no circles compared to other years. Several have appeared in Hampshire where they made their comeback in the early 70s, 80s and 90s. They have been predominantly close to ancient sites such as Iron Age Hill Forts. Such sacred places have always attracted the circles as they lie on the crossover points of energy lines.
Read more & photos via Harvest Time — 2019 Crop Circle Photographs Research Tours
In thirty years this has been the most extraordinary summer I have known. The lack of circles has been pronounced, almost to the point of non-existence. Indeed they have appeared, mainly in Hampshire, my stamping ground, where the rash of circles started to emerge in the early 1980’s. At first, mostly simple, single circles gradually appeared, evolving not only in complexity but in location – and a few poor ones made by notorious Doug and Dave – with Wiltshire becoming the main hub of activity over the years.
Read more & images via Where have all the circles gone? — Crop Circle Photographs Research Tours
Geoff Ward – The power and the passion: Lucy Pringle’s great crop circle crusade
‘There is often an extraordinary feeling of sanctity within the circles … I find this experience incredibly humbling, as though I have been touched by the Hand of God…’
Lucy Pringle, 2019
Read more & images via Geoff Ward – The Power and the Passion — Crop Circle Photographs Research Tours