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A flower to twelve petals, registered in a circumference – visible observing
paying attention -a its timeregistered in a hexagonal frame.
The petals create a rotatory effect, and are similar the segments of the circle of Bracciano Bertinoro and the feathers of the hats Mayan of the circles of 2002 and 2004.
Those feathers indicated a date (the date of sun the ring-like eclipse of 20 May 2012).If also thesetwelve petals indicate a date, 17+12 = 29 could July 2012, which be the meaning of this cropcircle? We try to make a parallel between the circle in the grain and the history of art thatgeometric symbolism analyzes.Dal point of view of the geometric simbologia in any case the circlecommunicates us something.

In order to make I take it to loan a drawn paragraph this beautifulst site: www.storia-dell-arte.com,the boldface evidences the phrases that regard to us.

“In all the cultural areas we find numerous testimonies of use it of rich geometric figures of symbolic meanings.

The various civilizations have used in order to elaborate their artistic manufactured products arefigures inspired to the nature that separated forms, loading them both with simbologie that we find again constants in time and space.
Above all the aniconiche religions, like Jewish and the Muslim, have expressed totally the densityof the symbolic meaning of the geometric figures.
They can introduce themselves singularly or arranged ones to the others, are like decorativeelements in manufactured products various that like fundamental structures, for example inarchitecture.
The symbolic meaning of the geometric figures in some cases came explicitly conjectured like for example in the Middle Ages, especially in architecture, even if in the majority of the cases it isimplicit in the forms and can be recovered and deciphered through the comparison of the cultures.
The door of the sepulchre Hebrew of Kefer Yesef, of roman age (exposed to the Louvre), is takenby the students for example paradigmatic of decoding of the symbolic meaning of the geometricfigures.

Here is the interpretation dates some from Rutten in its “Arts ET Styles du Moyen-Orient Ancien”.The vertical belt that divides in two the panel (composed from six rings and two triangles to theextremity) can indicate a belt, fecundity symbol.
Alla its right is three reasons:
up a Rosette, symbol of Apollo like God Sun;
al center, six Squared imbricati, symbol of the creation of the world, happened second the Bible inSix days;
low, a Propeller, symbol of Artemis like goddess Moon.In its with, the symbolic meaning of thegeometric figures presents in this belt would be that of the cosmic development in time and space,representing the union of the Sun and the Moon regolators of the terrestrial time.

Left Alla of the belt three reasons are others:
up, a Candelabrum to Nine arms that remembers the Temple of Jerusalem;
al center, a contained in a Hexagon, symbol of the terrestrial revolutions, contained geometricfloral reason in its turn in a Circle, symbol of eternity; ”
A terrestrial revolution? Syria springs to mind me.

If the propeller of the petals of our circle regards the Moon, previewed some event to connected itfor the 29 is July? Not, I have not found anything.

There enter does Artemis, goddess of the Moon?

I look for the meaning of Artemis, the goddess of the Moon and discover (toquihttp://www.ilcerchiodellaluna.it/central_Dee_Artemide.htm) this:
“The Goddess Artemis is one of the twelve large divinity of Monte Olimpo along with the Apollobrother. The Roman identified it like Diana. Sometimes Artemis is confused with others threedivinity that are in reality various: Selene (Goddess of the full moon), Ecate (Goddess of the moondrops) and Syria (Goddess of the metamorphosis).” I leave you all the comments.
As for coincidences not there is badly, we will wait and see, the 29 July is not far away.