Do you remember the Temple Balsall ' National Security Crop Circle Issue back in 2011 ? ' . Well here we have another situation where Crop Circle Connector are reluctant once again ( just like they were with Temple Balsall ) to inform you of the facts ( we will explain ) behind this creation.
This crop circle as seen in the screen capture above was also made in Warwickshire just like the Temple Balsall formation.
As most of you have noticed that 2012 crop circle season has produced a mixed bag of creations - from bad to good and then good to bad, so when something good like this appears then its an opportunity to milk it as much as possible and regain some credibility and interest back into the subject. The gullible believer will of course look at this piece of artwork and will be impressed by its appearance and will of course say ' Its not possible for humans to make it ' .
Well we cant argue with the fact that it wasn't well made ' BUT ' - yes there is a but !
On Sunday 8th of July a lady was visiting a relative in the area and spotted a crop circle in a field which was opposite the property. Fortunately this lady took a photo and waited to see what would happen next . ( as seen below )
The initial construction would have been made between Saturday night 7th July and early hours of Sunday morning the 8th of July and completed on Sunday night 8th of July and early hours of Monday morning 9th of July. Tuesday 10th of July - weather conditions were not suitable for flying so the first photographic opportunity was on the 11th of July as weather conditions improved. Why it took two nights to complete could be a number of possibilities - weather conditions could have changed and hampered completion , ( UK's summer has been very unpredictable with plenty of rain ) or the artists clearly wanted to make a decent job and decided to take their time in order to create something impressive without being rushed and make mistakes or even that they simply run out of time and had to make their getaway before the appearance of daylight over the horizon.
Please also take into consideration that the creation of this crop circle is not in the usual crop circle tourist trail and its away from the prying eyes of Wiltshire's night watchers so If I was to select one of the options stated above as to why it took two days - I would say that they wanted this crop formation to look perfect so they took time and effort to achieve an objective which is to impress and create a mystery.
Another factor to take into consideration which some may find as irrelevant but to us it is !. This crop formation according to Crop Circle Connectors report was reported on the 11th of July ( as seen below )
Mr Jenkins discovers the crop circle on the morning of the 11th of July - he is so excited that he finds a way to report it to Connector via email as soon as he can. Connector then ( errrrrmmmm ) find a photographer named Nicholas Hines who also is a fictitious character, ( Oh yes he is ! ) then book a flight In Wiltshire, then put Mr. Hines in a plane to Warwickshire to take some excellent shots which are then instantly displayed by the afternoon. So between the three parties involved you have to say that its military precision without a hitch !!. You can say it simpler ' Its a well organized plan !' .
As the season has been rather up and down, desperate people are doing all they can to prop it up with fancy theories and ignoring evidence that is virtually placed in their laps. Crop Circle Connector are sadly one of the many who want you to believe that crop circles are alien and paranormal creations hence when a good looking formation arrives they will do ANYTHING to stop you thinking otherwise. The two simple words MAN MADE are not part of their vocabulary for reasons which I'm sure you can work out for yourselves .
Just one more thing : Just in case you wondered how the small signature circle was made - this image by Lucy Pringle reveals a planter line where the artists could easily walk along. Other images which were initially released show it as if it was impossible to make without leaving a trail of crop damage - as we said before its a photographers way to promote a mystery when there is no mystery.
The above image also shows damage within the crop circle - whether this is additional human damage or weather damage, it is unclear.