(Lucy Pringle´s Homepage) I cannot tell you how thrilled I am to be up in the air once more; the feeling of the gentle air on my face and glory of looking all around at our most beautiful countryside; little hidden villages; hamlets; iron age hill forts, white horses etched into the side of hills; church spires, farms and more mundanely swimming pools! Instead of concrete, acres of the most glorious kaleidoscope of fields as the crops are starting to ripen in all different hues of gold. A truly exhilarating and breathtakingly wonderful experience that no matter how many times I have flown, it still gives me that feeling of joy and wonder every single time; my heart seems to sing a special song of thankfulness just for being alive. →
Read more, images, & video: “Circle Hunters: final edit (a new section on COVID and crop circles, plus improved sound)” (26:13) via — Crop Circle Photographs and Tours ~ Lucy Pringle
How great it is to be able to write and tell good and happy news. For those whose families have been apart it seems that travel to and from certain countries, under careful conditions, may soon be possible.
I am attaching this video, as it shows some of the most staggeringly wonderful photographs I ever seen of the natural world. →
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(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…→
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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
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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The crop circle above appeared in 2002, in a field near Crabwood, UK. Yes, it’s real, it’s been filmed and documented in the Crop Circle archives, and you can see better pictures and video footage of it below. So, it happened, regardless of who you believe made it. It’s ridiculously precise, like many others, and…Read more & videos
via Who Could Make A Face Like This & Include A Precise Binary Message In The Middle Of The Night? — Collective Evolution