Sunday, 21 June 2009

The Pendalum Crop Circle

Another Crop Circle, 4.30am, Milk Hill (3), White Horse nr Alton Barnes, Wiltshire. Reported 21st June and discovered by Steve Amor.

Image courtesy of Russell Stannard Copyright 2009, and Crop Circle Connector.

The image of the pendalum and balance is also symbolic of the moral compass that is in place when people live in the fifth heaven of the state of unconditional love.


"The Corpus Clock has been invented and designed by Dr John Taylor (the inventor of the cordless kettle) for Corpus Christi College Cambridge for the exterior of the college's new library building. It was unveiled on 19 September by Prof Stephen Hawking, cosmologist and author of the global bestseller, A Brief History of Time. The £1 million timepiece, known as The Corpus Clock, had been commissioned and designed to honour the John Harrison, who was famously the pioneer of Longitude and inventor of the esoteric clock mechanism known as a grasshopper escapement. The clock has been designed by the inventor and horologist Dr John Taylor and makes ingenious use of the grasshopper escapement, moving it from the inside of the clock to the outside and refashioning it as a Chronophage, or time-eater, which literally devours time."

The clock was one of Time's Best Inventions of 2008.[1]

Below the clock is an inscription from the Vulgate 1 John 2:17: mundus transit et concupiscentia eius ("the world passeth away, and the lust thereof").[1]The Grasshopper also ties up with enlightenment and the Lotus Flower crop circle.


Students of life try to read the clock. However, most people do not have a clue how to read the nature of creation. Most children are not taught how to read the signs of the cosmos and the signs within themselves.

Jesus said 'I tell you truly, the Book of Nature is a HOLY SCROLL, and if you would have the Sons of Men save themselves and find everlasting life, teach them how once again to read from the living pages of the Earthly Mother. For in everything that is life is the law written. It is written in the grass, in the trees, in the rivers, in the mountains, birds of the sky and fishes of the sea; and most of all in the Son of Man.

Only when he returns to the bosom of the Earthly Mother will he find everlasting life and the Stream of Life which leads to his Heavenly Father; only thus may the dark vision of the future not come to pass". The Essene Gospel of Peace, Book 4, Teachings of the Elect. It is clear in this passage that again, Jesus was not talking about himself because he already was one with the Father.

Corpus Christi Carol

What else is the book of nature trying to tell humanity?

Grasshopper keynote: Uncanny leaps forward.

Although the ancient Hebrews saw the grasshopper as a symbol of scourge, in other cultures it held a position of honour and respect. The Greeks viewed it as a symbol of nobility. The advice of grass hooper is to listen to your inner voice to know when to make your moves in any area of your life. Legs can move in different directions. Grasshopper teaches people to learn to make leaps in consciousness; life only becomes difficult if people refuse to shift. Those that don't move forward experience a scourge themselves; change is as natural as the seasons of nature and if people refuse to change they get stuck and then they get sick. Grasshopper leaps up and forward, it doesn't leap backwards. [3]

Children usually love the sound of grasshoppers. They love nature and the music of the spheres when they are allowed to be at one with nature.

Physical reality is the barometer of balance -v- imbalance and the crop circle is imparting the message that it is imperative that all people make a leap in consciousness before it is too late. It is paramount that humanity live in harmony with the moral compass and the creation of God.

The crop circle of the phoenix rising out of the flames also shows a clock on top of the Phoenix. This crop circle is indicative of the Persian Prophet and relates to current world events. [4]

When you can read the signs of nature you can read the signs of life. When you can read the signs of life then you graduate from earthly reality.

3. Animal Speaks by Ted Andrews

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