(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.
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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.
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Long Wood, Nr Littleton, Hampshire. 3rd June 2019 100 feet (30.5m) overall. Barley.
Bookings for the optional extra of the wonderful Private Evening Entry to Stonehenge on the 23rd July will close by the 20th June so please book as soon as possible if you would like to join me. Standing close up to the giant megaliths and absorbing their special energies is something you do not want to miss.
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