I knew from my studies, there have been at least 711 documented crop circles in this area. They appear in the southern part of the UK where two major earth energy lines converge and cross through the stone circle at Avebury, Glastonbury and Stonehenge. In fact these three sacred sites form an equilateral right triangle. Additionally, the area has a high water content making it a perfect transmitter for electromagnetic energy.
John told us that crop circles had been around since the early 1600s, but gained popularity as they began to appeared quite frequently around 30 years ago. The circular designs were simple, but now they had evolved into more intricate and captivating patterns. As he was talking my heart was bursting with joy. Soon every word that came out of my mouth was full with love for everything. I would blurt out, “Look at that tree. Isn’t it beautiful? The flowers are fantastic. I love that horse.” I couldn’t stop. It was if I was seeing the trees, flowers and animals for the first time in my life.
The next stop was a place I had never heard of, but John told us it was important that we visit the West Kennet Long Barrow, a Neolithic burial chamber. There are several of these burial mounds in the Avebury area. The West Kennet was constructed around 3600 BC before Stonehenge and was in use for clan burials until 2500 BC. John explained that it was a place of release of emotional trauma and he had seen some pretty amazing things happen to people who he had bought to the chamber. Then he would take us to the next crop circle where we would receive something. I was still vibrating in pure joy and wanted to go directly to the crop circle, forget the chamber. He mentioned there were several cavities in the chamber and we should go to the back one. Oh, here we go. I have to trample through some dark cave. This wasn’t on my agenda. I thought.
* Photos by Pawel Debik
*John Flanagan of http://divinelighttours.com/