The Circle and Its Centre

The Circle and Its Centre

Rereading my last piece (Antsy [but not nasty] about Ansty) of November 23rd 2016 I returned to the eternally recurring question of the circle’s centre. Ansty was a formation with eight or ten concentric circles. Concentricity, by definition, requires that the many circles share a single centre.

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Antsy (but not nasty) about Antsy

Antsy (but not nasty) about Antsy

The 12th August 2016 formation at Ansty, Wiltshire, sets up many more questions than answers. In the old days at the end of the season, people often looked for a remarkable and elaborate formation that they could call “the Grande Finale”.

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Who might they be? (Part four)

Who might they be? (Part four)

CERTAINTY I have observed for many years that behind every problem, be it in a marriage, a business, crop circles or in politics, there is most likely to be some clown who is certain. Not certain but CERTAIN. In these circumstances there can be no resolution. There is nothing to be learned.

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Who might they be? (Part three)

Who might they be? (Part three)

This season, 2016, has been remarkable. The quality and variety of this year’s offerings was excellent and indicates, I believe, a return to Crop Circle Abundance in Wiltshire. The dire and paranoid warnings about “the end of the English circles” is once again (like all certainties) proved wrong.

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Who might they be? (Part two)

Who might they be? (Part two)

In Part One I wrote “Chilbolton convinced me, after many years, that we were confronted here by an intelligence, an ability to envision and an evolution far beyond our own. The complexity and brilliance of this event played a large part in persuading me of its non-human origins.” I apologise. I was wrong. I had forgotten Chuck Close.

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