Patterns in the Fields

Most formations follow specific patterns, whether created by human consciousness, alien grays, or humans. These patterns, brought forth as landscape art, trigger human consciousness in its journey of awakening. Patterns of late, have triggered those linked to the alien experience, allowing us to feel that the time for their return, actually it's our return, is close. The gods will return ... no ... we are returning. Quetzalcoatl .. 2012.

On the 4th of July, I was guided to watch the film Signs about crop circles and gray aliens. This is also in the window of the Roswell crash on July 2, 1945, wherein a UFO presumably was brought down by the magnetics of the area, government intervention, other. You can sense the truth about to be shown to the world. This will occur after the existence of UFO's becomes undeniable - all within the next 3 years. Watch for the 'signs', as they are everywhere, and for some reason connect with the timing of Michael's Jackson's death in the June 25-July 5 Masonic window.

Those who have been abducted by the Gray Aliens are often referred to as "Experiencers" which takes us to ... What if the Grays Show Up?   Whitley Strieber - July 6, 2009 -- "This year's crop formation activity suggests that the grays are coming ever closer to us."

Beckhampton, Wiltshire.
Reported July 4, 2009

Silbury Hill, nr Avebury, Wiltshire.
Reported July 5, 2009

UK "Quetzalcoatl Headdress" and "Sixth Sun Tzolkin"? Earthfiles


Hummingbird Symbology, Mythology

Milk Hill, Nr Stanton St Bernard, Wiltshire
July 2, 2009

Nazca Lines - The Hummingbird

Hummingbird Symbology

The Hummingbird is another symbol of regeneration or resurrection. Hummingbird is the creature that opens the heart. When the hurt that caused us to close our hearts gets a chance to heal, our hearts are free to open again. With hummingbird consciousness, we learn the truth of beauty. Our life becomes a wonderland of delights in flowers, aromas and tastes. We laugh and enjoy creation, we appreciate the magic of the present moment, and the magic of being alive.

Hummingbird, the tiniest of all birds, is the only creature that can stop dead while traveling at full speed. It can hover, or can go forward, backward, up or down. It lives on nectar and searches for the sweetness of life. Its long tongue lets it bypass the often tough and bitter outer layer to find the hidden treasures underneath. Hummingbird is loved by the flowers and plants, for as it sucks the nectar from the flower, the plant reproduces and more of its kind are created. In many traditions, Hummingbird feathers have been prized for their almost magical qualities. It is said that Hummingbird brings love as no other medicine can, and its presence brings joy to the observer.

If you have Hummingbird medicine, you adapt easily to whatever situation you may find yourself in, and make the most of your new circumstances. You don't waste time looking back and wishing for "what was" for you are concerned with making the most of "what is". Also, you could never become addicted to any artificial stimulants, for you find joy in your own heart. You take great pleasure in spreading joy and love and beauty to all around you, and have the gift of taking that inner joy into new and different surroundings. You have a talent for finding the good in people, and are not put off by a gruff or abrupt exterior, for you know that, if you can only get beyond that tough outside layer, you'll find goodness and beauty inside. You may have a gift for working with flowers, maybe growing them to share with others, or using flower essences for healing. Aroma therapy may be your calling. You have high energy and a spirit that must be free. To restrict that wonderful, free, loving energy is to suffer great depressions and feelings of uselessness. Hummingbird must fly free in search of beauty, spreading joy and love to all it touches. It is about independence and courage.

Spider Woman Myths

Other Native American Creation Myth With Hummingbird

Hummingbird Hoya - Zuni Myth


In Aztec mythology, Huitzilopochtli, also spelled Uitzilopochtli (Classical Nahuatl: "Hummingbird of the South (on the Left)", or "Left-Handed Hummingbird") was a god of war, a sun god, and the patron of the city of Tenochtitlan. He was also the national god of the Mexicas of Tenochtitlan.