Last Friday was the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings – the World War II allied landings in Normandy, France which occurred on June 6, 1944 and which ended over two months of brutal battles which saw the tragic deaths of over 110,000: 77,866 German, 9386 American, 17,769 British, 5002 Canadian and 650 Poles – and others. Plus between 15,000 and 20,000 French civilians.
Last Friday, June 6, 2014, a new crop circle is reported to have appeared in Chilcomb Down, near Winchester in the shire of Hampshire in the United Kingdom. Following morse code analysis (see below), it’s message was clear: “No More War”.
The crop circle’s ‘fallen crop’ traces out a thin, right-handed spiral of slightly more than four turns, which contains both “short dots” and “long dashes” – symbols of international Morse code:
The code in its entirety reads: space-N(dash-dot)-O(dash-dash-dash)-space-M(dash-dash)-O(dash-dash-dash)-R(dot-dash-dot)-E(dot)-space-W(dot-dash-dash)-A(dot-dash)-R(dot-dash-dot)
Additionally, all of those “long dashes” have the…
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