Are We Ignoring Messages from the Sun?
Crop Circles have been a source of derision for some years now among the general ‘consensus reality’ tribes. Whenever I mention them to my sceptical friends, I am usually greeted with something like, “Don’t you know that was all proved fake years ago when those two old English farmers confessed they had been doing it as a hoax?” (Referring to Doug Bower and Dave Chorley in 1991). That’s despite hundreds of Circles continuing to appear all around the world every year since then – with France being the new “hot spot” this year. I don’t know if Doug’n’Dave are still alive but, if they are, they must be fairly fatigued by now.
Two things rekindled my interest in Crop Circles this week. One was on an episode of Ancient Aliens (History Channel) – demonstrating Cymatics – where sand was spread over a metal plate and subjected to sound waves at a certain frequency to produce organized patterns (which could be how Crop Circles are produced). The other was a book – part of The Awakening series (2017) – by local author Pane Andov I had been re-reading, and in which he connected certain Crop Circles to the Sun.
According to Andov, there was supposed to be a noticeable change in our Sun in December 2012, in accordance with the end of a 5,126-year cycle of the Mayan long-count calendar, but it was thwarted by dark forces. This involved, in part, massive planet-sized UFOs sucking plasma out of our Sun, which I had also blogged about in February 2017 and April 2016 .
In the same book, Andov analyzed Crop Circles which he said demonstrated a transition between the Fifth Sun and the Sixth Sun, or dying of the old Sun and rebirth of the new Sun. He expresses disappointment the predicted geological changes did not occur in December 2012. Like many others, he had expected an ‘overnight’ ascension. However, I think if we could project ourselves into the future, we would look back at the present time, as we roll from the second decade of this century into the 2020s, as being the short period in which the old humanity began to disappear and the New Humans emerged on planet Earth.
I have a book by Gareth J Owen called Crop Circles, Lights & Orbs which I recommend to anyone interested in the subject. Owen’s style is witty and entertaining and, while he is the first to admit there are many hoaxes, his investigations led him to conclude much stranger things exist than he had previously imagined, as his attention was equally drawn to the phenomenon of Orbs. I am personally convinced that the increased sightings of Spheres and Orbs are connected to the Sun, and they may well be what has been termed Intelligent Plasma.
What has been said about UFOs also applies to Crop Circles: consider that if just one – just one – of the thousands of reported incidents is actually the result of extraterrestrial and/or interdimensional intelligence, does that not change everything currently accepted by the mainstream as being the ‘truth’?
According to author Freddy Silva on his Invisible Temple website, “Eighty people have witnessed crop circles manifesting in less than fifteen seconds. Many describe a descending tube of light that rotates and bends the plants without causing any damage.” He goes on to add, “people cannot steam plants at right angles without damage, alter the local gravitational field, change the mineral structure of the soil, encode unknown mathematical theorems, or apply permanent electro-magnetic signatures when attempting to replicate crop circles.”
My interest is in the Crop Circles that are said to be giving us information on the new Sun. Over the past two decades some Crop Circles have incorporated an aspect known as the ‘Mayan connection,’ based on themes from the Aztec-Mayan culture.
There is evidence that whoever, or whatever created these Crop Circles designed them as time-pieces for the current era by means of an ancient Sun-Venus calendar that the Mayans and Aztecs used in central America long ago, along with their famous Long Count calendar. Both calendars appeared in the English Crop Circles pictured below: one at Silbury Hill in 2004; the other at Woolstone Hill in 2005.
Is it coincidence that these images appeared at this particular time in history, just as one five-millennia-old Mayan Sun ends and another begins? The Long Count calendar ended on December 21, 2012, marking an end to the Fifth Sun which had begun on August 13, 3114 BC. Likewise, their Sun-Venus calendar ended on March 28, 2013, marking an end to the 52-year cycle of Venus which had begun on April 10, 1961, and also marking the start of the new 5000-year cycle of the Sixth Sun.
The Phoenix Crop Circle (below) that appeared in Wiltshire in 2009 also belongs in the ‘Solar’ category. According to Crop Circle enthusiasts, in that picture, our old Sun has been compared metaphorically to the ancient phoenix bird, which lays its eggs in fire and then dies. From the ashes, a new phoenix or new Sun is born. Thus, it was alerting us to the advent of the Sixth Sun. The avian element is also relevant, as I wrote in my article The Rise of the Sun Bird in the new edition of Australian Esoteric Magazine #26.
The points I am offering here for your consideration are:
Even if you didn’t notice it, the Sun renewed itself in December 2012.
The Sun may be both conscious and intelligent.
We are vanguards of the new epoch of the Sixth Sun.
Solar Crop Circles contain messages that we should be trying to interpret, while we can.
We ignore these messages at our peril!