Wilton Windmill Reported 22nd May 2010

Here’s the Wilton Windmill footage, part 1.  Part 2 later this week. After 8 hours of uploading yesterday Stonehenge part 1 proved to be to big, so once again apologies for the delay. Hope to have it out later this week, possibly in 3 parts now! Anyway, in the meantime, I hope that you enjoy this formation as much as I did.

  1. … Thank you for sharing 🙂


  2. Hey Gary, I grabbed this WP link too……love this ground-level view, I’m sure our readers will too!
    Cheers and thanks,

    Odin Townley

    • Pandora
    • June 2nd, 2010

    This is a truly visual walk through a formation without being there in person!Thank you Gary for walking me through the Yellow flower heads of the Oil seed Rape. I think it is very easy to see how such a difficult medium this plant would be, to fashion into the amazing formation we now see upon the ground.I noticed that the formation had the most amazing mixture of energies,when you mentioned your camera froze when you tried to film it from the air,I had a try at finding the energies inside the formation and I was very surprised at what I found ,I would imagine that the energies above the formation must be very strong indeed.


    • Stephen Maye
    • June 1st, 2010

    Greetings friends and kindred community of crop circle discerners, decipherers and decoders. I confess that the elaborate binary/ASCII cracking open’s of the Wiltshire Windmill disc are giga-rungs over my head. As painter/poet/fluteplayer the formations-patterns-glyphs-memes-images are still pictures (albeit 2-D, 3-D, 4-D–>) for me…each one “worth” ten-thousand words unto terabytes…I mean they are mirrors/doorways/Rorschach’s/musical scores and we each bring our library of consciousness/studies/expertise and background to discover/uncover what they mean. (I believe it was Picasso, who when asked what a particular painting of his “meant” replied in effect, “What does your elbow mean?”) This wordy intro to simply say that I find a worthy pun in the “Euler’s Formula/Euler’s Identity” homonymic relation to OILseed rape (Euler/Oiler) and further “rapa, rappi, rapaseed” as being another lens or two for measuring/mattering-Mater/mothering these gifts for our individual&collective EXPANSION OF CONSCIOUSNESS into higher/deeper experience of wonder and mystery. Please forgive me. Perhaps I should have just forsaken the words and played a flute melody. Peace, Stephen

  3. I had not been able to see the weaving effect on this formation until you did your walk-through. Thank you for narrating the details — very helpful to allow me to understand what it is that I am seeing; not so simple to discern on this little flat screen on which I am viewing it. I long to be in the 3D fields (4D? 5D? With crop circles in them, who knows how many dimensions??) but will be close enough satisfied with your good works.

    Really looking forward to Michael’s erudite and friendly explanation of Euler’s identity. Right now it is several inches over my head, but enticing me to look up nonetheless…

  4. Thanks for your crop circle reporting, I’m subscribing

    • Igor
    • May 31st, 2010

    Hello Gary. What a great footage! This way of presenting is such a big leap forward towards open and objective conversations on the phenomenon.

    Thank you.


    • Anne Lightheart
    • May 29th, 2010

    “The fairest thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science. He who knows it not and can no longer wonder, no longer feel amazement, is as good as dead, a snuffed-out candle. Albert Einstein, 1949 – “The World as I See It”

    • Stephen Maye
    • May 28th, 2010

    Thank you Gary, for the pure delight of being able to walk along with you, your artistic stepping, discerning camera-eye and commentary; all so close-in with the plants. I am so very grateful for your collaboration with Michael to bring us this site….as I patiently await tagging along in part 2. Tremendous! This is the “Heart & ‘science’=1” that this flutePlayer, painter and poet so loves. Peace, Stephen.

  5. Thank for this wonderful site, Gray. I met you last summer in the Owl with Cameron and Glenn’s group. I’m so thrilled that you and Prof Glickman have gotten this site going for this season – it’s the next best thing to being there. I look forward to more wonderful posts. Thank you!

  6. Great video Gary. Looked just beautiful inside. Well done mate for bringing this to everyone. Good job!

    • Mya
    • May 25th, 2010

    Wonderful! It was just like being there… 😉

  7. Dear Gary, thanks so much for this video clip. I gather the date & time printed at the very beginning represents when you took this footage? This info is very much appreciated, as are your observations about various details as you go through the formation. Darn near as good as being there….thank you VERY much.

    • Nancy, I’m so glad that you enjoyed the footage. Yes the date and time represents when I took the footage. I wanted to thank you for suggesting this, as I also agree that this is an important point, and further, that it is my intention to continue with this as good practice. Many thanks also for so actively taking part in the site. Best regards Gary

    • Tita Martinez
    • May 25th, 2010

    Great job indeed! I like how the tram lines were NOT used to center the design, nor do they interrupt or intrude in the flow of the design… they’re out of focus and somewhat invisible.

    • Marianne Krüll, Germany
    • May 25th, 2010

    Fantastic, dear Gary!! Walking with you on the first day of the discovery of this phenomenal formation, stepping carefully on the crisp plants, listening to your interesting observations – bent and broken stems -, watching the lovely blossoms and really getting the feeling how it is to try to discover the shape of a formation without having seen an aerial view – yes, this is a true adventure! I am so grateful that modern electronic technique can offer us such delights! Your good energies will convince the PHENOMENON to help you solve all the problems that you still have! Can’t wait for the next reports.
    Love, Marianne

    • David
    • May 25th, 2010

    Good footage.

    A very tightly wound centre – wow.

    The hard drive in the vid camera froze each time on 5 approaches ?!?

    This one certainly has everyone talking. And, thank goodness, there seems to be consensus on it’s validity and integrity. That’s a relief.

    I love the way the makers often incorporate or reflect the features of the landscape, i e the windmill. Last year’s comet with the dam for a head comes to mind – right underneath a powerline too, if I recall correctly.

    Thanks, Gary, and looking forward to more.

    • Anne Lightheart
    • May 25th, 2010

    Very nice Gary.
    The criss-crossing pattern underfoot was well captured. And the swirl in the centre.

    Thank you!

    It looks a little like the movement of the windmill behind.

    Looking forward to Part 2.

  8. Enjoyed this one a lot. But why didn’t you say hello to that pretty girl in the center? Were you shy, maybe?

      • David
      • May 25th, 2010

      Guessed as much.

      Now THERE’s a whole subject in itself. Worthy of discussion – perhaps not here, but certainly somewhere – “Romance” (etc) in the circles.

      Lots of very interesting subject matter for an “adventurous” researcher. Hopefully they’ll call for volunteers!

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