2008 - Cherhill crop circle conCERN

I recommend to first read 2006 - Landscape Geometry, before reading this Article.
  As mentioned in my article 2006 - Landscape Geometry, David Furlong wrote a book with the title “The Keys to the Temple” (isbn: 978-0749917456). In this book he demonstrates how many of the churches and ancient sites in Northern Wiltshire are precisely positioned on two separate virtual circles in the landscape. In our Archives you can find the exact locations of these churches and ancient sites. Furlong furthermore shows how the geometry based on these two (plus two) virtual circles, is very closely related to the Great Pyramid in Egypt.

I have studied this geometry in great detail and have found many connections with numerous crop circles that have come down during the years. Especially the connection between Squaring the Circle and the Great Pyramid and the many times Squaring the Circle can be found in crop circles, has my special interest.
 
   


On 7 August 2008 a crop circle comes down at Cherhill, Wiltshire, UK. My first reaction on seeing the crop circle in the landscape is one of surprise. The setting at Cherhill with its peculiar placed hills and white horse would have formed a magnificent backdrop if the crop circle would have come down about 500 meters closer to the white horse. Like the 1999 crop circle at Cherhill that was precisely placed is this magical location. The 2008 Cherhill formation though was further away and did not use the ‘postcard-picture-landscape’ opportunity. This really surprised me, but I also know that there are never coincidences with these events. My teacher, Heather Clewett, for instance noticed the Obelisk-monument on the hills. Since my study of the ‘Wiltshire-Egypt-Geometry’, I was immediately intrigued by this obelisk, so we walked up.
 

 


Arriving on top of the hill I was struck by the fact that the monument - build in 1845 by the Marquis of Lansdowne to commemorate one of the marquis` ancestors, Sir William Petty (1627-1684) - was not aligned North-South or East-West. Instead its orientation (134 degrees) appeared to be random. Heather and I both had a feeling that the crop circle was shouting to us to investigate the Obelisk. So we measured all the base squares of the Obelisk thinking that maybe somehow there was a mathematical relationship with the crop circle below, but could not find such right away. While further examining the situation of the Obelisk on top of the hill, I noticed the monument being perfectly aligned with the crop circle. Or the crop circle had placed itself in exactly the right spot to make this alignment possible. No matter which way it is, fact is that one side of the obelisk was exactly facing the crop circle. I immediately felt the urge to draw a line between the crop circle and the Obelisk and from there extend this connecting line to see if any other crop circle was involved in this alignment, but to my disappointment I did not find any other crop circle being involved.
 


The next day on August 8, 2008, we flew over the Cherhill formation in a helicopter. I took several pictures of the formation, the Obelisk, and the alignment of the formation and the Obelisk.
After the flying, we decided to go back to the crop circle to do some more ground shots. We were about 1 mile away from the crop circle when my teacher, Heather, all of a sudden started to experience a tremendous surge in energy around her. She felt like a Hugh magnet was pulling her a certain direction. She was able to use her hand to show me the direction as we were driving towards Cherhill. I was amazed to see that she was being pulled towards the Obelisk at Cherhill – not the crop circle. What was going on with the Obelisk?

Later that day, while browsing the Internet, we noticed some sites talking about CERN and their final test experiment they conducted that day. August, 8, 2008. 08-08-08.
Now I was really getting interested. I went back to the alignment situation at Cherhill and extended the line further and further and further. I was in for a shock.
 


The line ended just North of Geneva, in the heart of CERN! For a long time I stared at the connecting line, pondering about its significance.
 

 


I zoomed out again to see the 'bigger picture, and noticed how the line was passing through Paris, a city I had visited just a month earlier. I looked closer and I was in for a new shock. The line was crossing the Place de la Concorde in the centre of Paris, and passing straight through the Obelisk that is standing in the middle of the Place de la Concorde! The Obelisk in Paris is thousands of years old, originates from Luxor in Egypt and came to Paris in 1833 through the efforts of Napoleon Bonaparte some 30 years earlier.
 

 

This alignment was surely not coincidental. First there is the geometry in the Wiltshire landscape that is so obviously connected to the Great Pyramid in Egypt and through that connected to Squaring the Circle. Then it turns out that many of the crop circles in Wiltshire, UK, are aligning with this 'Egypt' geometry and contain at the same time Squaring the Circle as if to make sure we will not fail to see the connection. And finally there is the crop circle at Cherhill that connects via the ‘modern’ obelisk on the hill with the ancient Obelisk in Paris and further down the road with the heart of CERN.
 


What to make of all of this?
A crop circle comes down on 7 August 2008. A formation that very much looks like an exploding or imploding sun. A day later on 8 August 2008 ( 8-8-8 ) CERN tests the last one of the 8 sections of their Particle Accelerator, the LHC, the Large Hadron Collider. The Large Hadron Collider is the world's largest and highest-energy particle accelerator complex.
It is theorized that the collider will produce the elusive Higgs boson, also known as the God Particle, the last unobserved particle among those predicted by the Standard Model. The verification of the existence of the Higgs boson would shed light on the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking, through which the particles of the Standard Model are thought to acquire their mass.
For me the crop circle and the collider show many similarities, but does that mean they are the same? Are they referring to the same phenomenon?
And is the connection between the crop circle and the Large Hadron Collider good news or bad news?
I leave the answers to these questions up to you, dear reader, but I am willing to share that over the years I have come to understand that the crop circles mirror and magnify our own (subjective) perceptions of the world.
 
© Bert Janssen, 2008.

PS
If you want to do your own research on this tantalizing subject, please make sure you use software that takes the curvature of the Earth in consideration.