The crop circle pictured here appeared on June 3 at Wakerley Woods, Barrowden, Northamtonshire. Local residents had not seen it the day before its appearance, suggesting that it may not be hoaxed. Further testing will be needed before it can be identified as a certain unknown.

Researcher Geoff Stray has observed what may be some important relationships between this circle and the Mayan calendar. The Mayans had a calendar that included some ‘long count’ cycles, one of which has been of great interest recently because it ends in December, 2012.

The end of this cycle, known as the 13-Baktun Cycle, was predicted to involve profound changes and upheavals, including a complete revision of the whole nature of mankind.
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An intricate new crop formation was found in the UK, one of the few this year that is highly likely to be of unknown origin. The circle was discovered on June 3 and was not seen by local residents in the field on June 2. It is west of Barrowden in the UK, relatively near a road. The circle consists of an outer ring about four feet wide. It contains an extremely complex pattern that would have taken many hours for human circle makers to complete.

The circle is in a barley field. It was discovered by Circular Review editor Nick Nicholson. To see larger images and read Mr. Nicholson’s report click here.

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