This is the latest intricate crop circle to appear overnight in a British wheat field.
The mysterious pattern resembles the ancient Tibetan Buddhist symbol of an ‘endless knot’ – a complex loop of lines and circles used to illustrate the eternal flow of time.
The symbol has many meanings but because it has no beginning and no end many people who follow the religion say it represents the wisdom of Buddha.
Imagine yourself on the ground with some stakes, boards, rope and a Buddhist friend or two … how would you really do it, step by step? I see only three tracks from the road to the circle, which is strange. This means at least one person is either still in the circle! Or the person(s) left by air…. or they left from a place not visible in this photo… okay, or they retraced their steps going out…. yeah, I got nothing.
The extra dot in the lower right also has a faint arc line around it from about 9 o’clock to 12 o’clock, as well as some footprints. There are no tracks into the dot, however. It looks like they threw a board/flatterer, then got it to spin, then pulled it out from above.
When I was on the ground examining a crop circle once, I saw and photographed stake holes in the center of the flattened area. I’m not discounting microwave lasers from airborne platforms, but this one seems not quite perfect enough to be done by a machine or aliens. I call humans on it.