An improved astronomical interpretation for Santena: the Sun and Mercury in Cancer on August 4, 2012, will somehow mark the start of a final countdown for December 21, 2012One side of the Santena crop picture showed four inner planets on a date of December 21, 2012, which is an end to the Mayan Long calendar. The other side showed an obscure star configuration that has puzzled analysts for almost a week. Today several people including Luke Falcon, Peter Dust, Jack Sullivan, Peter Mango and Roger Wibberley offered new insights into the problem. I have checked and/or extended those new ideas, and will summarize the consensus results briefly below. A best fit for the left-hand side of Santena seems to show the Sun, Mercury and six bright stars from the constellation Cancer on a date of August 3-4, 2012:Surrounding those astronomical symbols, we can see a thin, general curve which seems to represent the orbit of planet Mercury from August 4, 2012 to December 21, 2012:Mercury reaches a direct station on August 7, then a retrograde station on November 6. The time difference between those two dates of 91 days matches the number of small circles added to an outer ellipse for Mercury on the right-hand side of the crop picture (Mercury has a more elliptical orbit than any other planet). We know what the time period of “91 days” means, in terms of a Mayan calendar date of December 21, 2012, since it was inscribed in stone on four sides of the Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl in Chichen Itza: But we do not know what a date of “August 4, 2012” might signify! It is not a special Mayan calendar date, although it matches 04-08-12 in our calendar. It also matches a date of August 4 or 5, 2012 which was derived from a “polar clock” shown in crops at Manton Drove on June 2, 2012. Quite a mystery! Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew) (with thanks to five other analysts as named above)