Research with a geomantic bent reveals a combined Native American and Pleiadean theme running through various US crop circles, including the most recent near Chillicothe, Ohio. The Hopewell Mounds formation links directly to Bear Butte and the Pleiades in yet another predictive alignment, making me wonder if these alignments are in fact a built-in utility by which we may elucidate communication.
In any case, over the past several months the alignments map has evolved from a basic triangle into a complex network of geometric connections between and among crop circles and Native sacred places. Bear Butte, Devils Tower, and Chaco Canyon are on the map, and each has a direct and specific link to the Pleiades star system. Additionally, the alignments map connects both of this year’s US formations to the Pleiades summit in northern Washington State, thereby circling back to the “Pleiadean Communication” that infused my first crop circle experience which, uncannily, itself occurred on a predictive alignment!
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The crop formation at the Hopewell Mounds earthworks site has a clear Native American tie leading into the realm of prehistory. Two millennia ago, the culturally advanced Hopewellian peoples living primarily in southern Ohio dispersed under unknown circumstances, and recent research indicates that the Lakota Sioux are one of a few remaining tribes sharing DNA with the Hopewell groups in a connection which can be traced back 15,000 years to ancestors on the Asian continent.
In an unambiguously symbolic alignment, the 2000 mile line extended from the Hopewell circle directly to the Pleiades summit passes within two miles of Bear Butte. The shape of the formation itself even resonates with the “seven stars” of the Pleiades by virtue of both its sevenfold geometry and a numerological interpretation of the formation’s total number of components, i.e., 36 circles and 7 rings, for a total of 43, and 4 + 3 = 7.
Onsite research led by Jeffrey Wilson of ICCRA and laboratory analysis by WC Levengood indicate that the Hopewell circle is of unknown origin. They found pronounced variability in the height at which the corn stalks bent over throughout the formation as well as extreme biological malformations in the affected corn, both of which would be difficult or impossible to duplicate with conventional circlemaking methods.
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Note: Similar height anomalies and biologic evidence uniquely appear in the 2012 Hopewell and 2006 Herington, Kansas formation. Herington’s connection to the Pleiadean theme is evident by its specific location on the all-in-one alignments map and its representative shape.
Selected References: A Little History of Astro-Archaeology, by John Michell. Hopewell Ancient DNA Research. Astronomy in the Ancient Americas. Hopewell Lakota Sioux. Jeff Wilson and ICCRA. WC Levengood’s laboratory analysis reported at Earthfiles.