Just an odd coincidence?

I was looking at my pictures of this Oxfordshire crop circle recently.

It was reported to the Crop Circle Connector on 21st April 2005, and I visited it that afternoon to take ground shots of it. I did make a report and sent that and the photos to Mark Fussell at the Crop Circle Connector.
Later, on the 26th April, I flew over it and photographed it, as well as others that were present in the vicinity.

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16 January

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About time. Firms, in staggering numbers, and supported by their shareholders, pay peanuts and expect everyone else to supplement the crumbs they begrudgingly pay via increasingly shaved government payments. Meanwhile they dodge taxes, health and respite contributions through employing several people part-time workers instead of proper jobs. The amount of money they steal from the community by these methods pales into small change any Daily Flail (and its press-gang posse) pushed (so-called) benefit cheating. Profit for the sake of greed at the expense of people’s welfare is only one of this world’s despicable curses. Good on Corbyn!
Jeremy Corbyn to warn businesses over ‘unfair’ pay

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Oxford Times Hit-Piece

Posted for the record.

Oxford Times 28.7.00 (Pt 1)In June 2000 I arranged with the Oxford-based Contact International UFO Research Group to give an exclusive premier of an award-winning documentary video.

As the video had won two major awards at the hugely popular international UFO conference in Nevada I hoped that the sleepy populace of Oxfordshire might stir from their cocktails of slumber and soap operas and venture out to see a free showing of a remarkable piece of film.

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24th November

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The Syrian crisis has just seen a drastic escalation in the potential for what could essentially turn into World War 3 with the NATO bloc engaging in direct military confrontation with the Russian alliance. Only hours ago, Turkey announced that it shot down a Russian jet, a claim confirmed by the Russian government shortly thereafter.
Turkey Shoots Down Russian Jet; Emergency NATO Meeting Called

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Church Services: Three chilling tales. Part 2

stmgarsSt. Mary’s church, Garsington, Oxfordshire

A message in blood

The lovely church of St Mary perches in a lofty position overlooking a south Oxfordshire vale where until recent times crop circles swept through the fields below most every summer. They stopped abruptly when she was clad about with a chastity belt of iron by English Heretics (Heritage), which interrupted the flow of the St Michael energy stream.

 

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The St Michael Line from Marsh Baldon to Garsington

keyandgreensggandslwwsbs3tranThis is an article that was previously published on my former website, Looking into the Dark Places.

In their 1989 book, ‘The Sun and the Serpent‘, Hamish Miller and Paul Broadhurst described their epic journey tracing the long May Day dragon lines that weave across the breadth of England, from the tip of Cornwall at Carn Lês Boel to (what I’ve perceived to be) the navel of the Goddess, by the burned-out church of St. Margaret’s at Hopton-on-Sea. Norfolk.(St. Margaret is a dragon-slayer – which I can’t recall the book mentioning, though it might have.) Continue reading

9th August

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The long-term decline in viewership for America’s big TV outlets is finally starting to catch up to their stock prices. Since 2009, media stocks have been some of the best performers in S&P 500, but the last few days have seen $50 billion wiped from these companies.
Mainstream Media Stock Prices Collapsing as People Choose Internet Over TV

Comment: I know this article is about the U.S. media, but it applies globally. What’s coming (as I indicated on previous occasions – including the predictions for this year) are licences to use the internet.

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