White Sheet Hill Reported 25th June 2010

I visited this beautiful formation yesterday, which, I have to say,  is set in an equally beautiful location.

Sadie sent me some directions on how to get there, which I sent to Charles Mallet at the Silent Circle. Many people were very grateful, thanks Sadie.

Also Olivier Morel and Steve Alexander have provided me with some great photographs once again, thanks guys.

Michael says that there’s lots of geometry in this one so were preparing our next video blog. Meanwhile though, here’s the directions and the slide show:-

The formation can be reached from the bridleway linking the B3095 and B3092 crossing the top of White Sleet Hill. The circles lay in a field to the west and slightly north of the hill fort. A good visual reference to the location is the large radio mast set alongside the hill fort. On the bridleway near the fort you will see a National Trust information point and map. Go directly from here to the edge of the hill and the formation is revealed in all its glory!

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    • willreardon
    • July 5th, 2010

    Wow! This one is really cool! Its got everything – flower of life, atomic bonds, micro/macro & 3D effect… Love it!

    • briancrook35
    • June 30th, 2010

    I am 75 and find it difficult to get to these formations so to be able to sit here and watch these wonderful slide shows is so good. Thank you Mark & Michael

  1. An absolutely immaculate jewel in the landscape! Thank you for both the ground and aerial views… Can’t wait for the video discussion of the symbolism — but standing alone and silent, still speaks volumes on its own! Thank you.

    • annelightheart
    • June 27th, 2010

    We visited this one today. It was still lovely and springy and soft inside. And marvellously accessible, once you found it!
    Felt a playful energy in this one, and noticed that all the swirls appeared to be clockwise….
    Had a few hours in the summer heat and then surrendered to the shade of the car park.

    • cirkeline3
    • June 27th, 2010

    Dear Michael and Gary!

    Looking at this crop circle made me very emotional – what a beauty!

    The touching artwork raised the following question in me, “Why do we restrict ourselves to live in cubes when we can live in circles?”

    Anna Marie Andersen

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