Corp Circles and Messages 2012

Wayland's Smithy - near Ashbury, Wiltshire -- 9 August 2005

Wednesday April 25, 2012 -- Crystalinks' stats program reflects that people are searching for Crop Circles as we enter the month of May - highlighted by crop formations tied to the Mayan Calendar and December 21, 2012. This seems to be important as so many people are searching as if sensing or waiting for something.

The First Crop Circle 2012
March 7 in Tula, Mexico

Spanish with Subtitles - featuring researcher Jaime Maussan

The video mentions the upcoming solar eclipse of May 20, 2012 as significant.

May 20, 2012

New Moon Solar Eclipse 0° Gemini Wikipedia

Annular Solar Eclipse of May 20, 2012 NASA

Pyramids of Mesoamerica

April 26, 2012 -- This evening, as my friend Ron and I were talking on the phone, we decided to have fun with Z (remote view) in the form of Quetzalcoatl, as I have seen Z connected to Mexico the past few days. Ron followed Z as I relaxed and interpreted what Z showed him ... their destination ... Chichen Itza and the Temple of Kukulkan. Suddenly Ron found himself playing ball with Z in the Ball Court, (image above) with a ball made of light. Z next showed Ron a clock which read: 11:40. I quickly interpreted 11:40 as 20 to 12 or 2012. We asked Z to be more specific. He showed Ron a candy cane - which means Christmas which is near the December 21, 2012 prophecy date. "Is that the date?" we asked. Z "returned" to playing ball which we didn't understand until I figured it out ... Christmas is not the exact date but it's in the ball park. :)

There have been other messages and dreams for me recently linked to that date, so we shall see. This week's clients all spoke about end time dreams as well as visions in their meditations. It's all in the grids ... now streaming into human consciousness.

Listen to the sounds of the Quetzal bird at the Temple of KuKulkan.

The Language of the Birds

There's Kukulcan and Khufu's Folly.

The Sounds of Stonehenge

The Stones Speak: Stonehenge Had Lecture Hall Acoustics   Live Science - May 2, 2012
The stone slabs of England's Stonehenge may have been more than just a spectacular sight to the ancient people who built the structure; they likely created an acoustic environment unlike anything they normally experienced, new research hints. "As they walk inside they would have perceived the sound environment around them had changed in some way,"said researcher Bruno Fazenda, a professor at the University of Salford in the United Kingdom. These Neolithic people might have felt as modern people do upon entering a cathedral, Fazenda told LiveScience.

Stonehenge's eerie sounds revived   MSNBC - April 27, 2012
British researchers conducted experiments at a fake Stonehenge as well as the actual 5,000-year-old monument to determine how sounds echoed within the ancient circle of stones - and they found that the sounds would have taken on an eerie reverberation. The study is described on the university's website in a technical analysis as well as a news release issued last week, but the upshot is that the Neolithic people who gathered inside the circle could well have had a religious aural experience. That meshes with the view of most archaeologists that the monument on England's Salisbury Plain took on the trappings of a place of healing - a "Neolithic Lourdes," if you will.