Archive for the ‘ Pictures ’ Category

Stoney Littleton Long barrow Nr Wellow Somerset

A beautiful formation reported on the 7th June in some type of Bean or pea crop. Michael is very exited about the geometry of this one, so we are preparing a video blog. Meanwhile, here’s a slideshow of some pictures taken on the ground by Jineen Cronin and the arial shot by Olivier Morel. Many thanks to you both.

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Liddington Castle Reported 2nd June 2010

A fantastic 18 fold formation has arrived at Liddington Castle in Barley. Here are some great overhead shots taken by Olivier Morrell, plus Andrew Pyrka’s excellent ground and pole shots. Video blog to follow.

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Stonehenge delayed

Huge apologies for the delay in posting our video blog on Stonehenge. It’s turned out to be quite long, so we are going to be posting it in 2 parts. The first part is ready and is being uploaded today, and the second will be completed and posted later this week. Meanwhile here are some shots of the latest formation at Wilton Windmill. I was fortunate to get to this formation quite early after it was reported and so I have some great footage to share with you all. Like Stonehenge, I’m also going to post the video blog for this formation in 2 parts, the first showing the footage and photographs, and the second will look at some of the exiting information that has been decoded from it. All being well, part 1 should be uploaded by tomorrow. Thank you once again for your patience, we are working quite hard grappling with all kinds of new technology and concepts in order to bring you a different perspective on this elusive and enigmatic phenomenon. Big thanks to Andrew Pyrka for some of the ground shots at Wilton Windmill.

Here is a slide show of the Wilton Windmill images:

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Stonehenge Reported 9th May 2010


Truly amazing new formation at

Stonehenge.

Video blog showing some of the

most amazing lay ever seen in Rape

coming soon.

Thanks to Steve Alexander

for the use of this great shot.

Old Sarum Reported 5th May 2010

Coming Soon

In a forthcoming video blog, Michael Glickman

will Present some amazing geometrical analysis of this formation.

Special thanks to Steve Alexander, Temporary Temples.co.uk for the image.