A cropcircle report from my visit to wacky wonderful Wiltshire July 12 to 14, 2011.http://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/50b208857b8196dc6833c0a71e8cd359.jpg
An awesome three days with my past life Viking sister who has just launched her book on cropcircles in English.http://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/770bd9ad3cd2a58cf88eefde13c8c2f5.jpg
Earth mother temple of Avebury our spiritual home, always a pleasure to visit. Great flight thanks to Wiltshire Microlight centre, Yatesbury.http://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/ef752e05f2be23f4f828cc0f7db400ae.jpg
Big thanks to pilot Andy.
The circlemakers gifted me with a double Celtic spiral formation on Windmill hill, Avebury.http://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/2218c8a6975d6dce19914cc5184851d8.jpghttp://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/8b96c85642cef7a8e0ae082a643259fa.jpg
I found this an amazing coincidence as I had been looking at the Celtic jewellery in the British museum, London on Sunday!http://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/bb51c97637019a838000a9a42c6fa2c5.jpg
Or had my space brothers and sisters been tuning in to my mind?!http://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/9137261dfb5caf5d8f06c34f78743a85.jpghttp://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/df7d992d97f9d23f09adb4c8e6a87d69.jpg
My good Dutch friend Janet Ossebaard and her Dutch study group found blown nodes, with steam expulsion cavities and a caterpillar with a burnt bottom yet it was still alive!!! showing it was in the wrong place at the wrong time when the energy vortex hit.http://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/d6d4226cd9b205ae101072a6c161208d.jpg
I also enjoyed seeing the Celtic triangle at Milk Hill among many other circles.http://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/99ab9178a7f6556cc8a75920d41a65e6.jpghttp://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/73e6f546527f99ef62c83e304303f8ae.jpghttp://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/843d46b6a46ad1f6f2470115a95e66fc.jpg
So for a splendid adventure and a first hand experience get down to Wiltshire right NOW and experience the magic !!!http://www.ravenecho.com/static/69/c18c1b6a6fd7ffc94fd04c486ecf1b59.jpg
No report is complete with out a shot of our beautiful Silbury Hill, which means the Hill of shining beings! It's all in the name...
Dr Ian C Baillie July, 2011.