Thursday, 5 July 2007

In the meantime...

... here's a rather lovely synch relating to the crop circle discovered last week at West Kennett long barrow in Wiltshire. If you've read my new article- see below- you'll recognise the image, which I connect to Gerry McCann's description of his semi-mystical experience (or possible PsyOp) at the Praia de Luz church, as reported here this week. Here's the formation again:



Now please, if you will, admire this artistic synch- discovered by a contributor to the Crop Circle Connector. She connects the above with this, an illustration by Helen Oxenbury, for a new publication of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.


That little girl in the blue dress, Alice? Rather older, of course, but she does rather remind me of Madeleine, in her Everton shirt.


And both images, the glyph and the illustration, recall the eerie drawing made by one Sara Payne, shortly before her tragic death on July 1 2000. My friend Ellis Taylor, presently in Australia, was one of the first researchers to examine this. His pioneering article can be read here.


This resonance between Madeleline and Sara could yet prove telling, as in both cases there is an occult aspect- possibly suggesting a frame-up. Sara's painting would appear, to the unprejudiced eye, to depict a masonic initiation; and the marks of that same loyal brotherhood have been all over the Madeleine story- particularly if we factor in its resonance with the fire at the Cutty Sark. Add the Alice factor- written by Lewis Carroll, who some criminologists have identified as Jack the Ripper- Masonic crimes if ever there were any- and ('synchro-mystically', at least) we have a triple-hit.

But I never did buy all that synchro-mystical stuff, anyways...

This Carroll-Ripper story is one I sense I will be returning to, at some point, in an as yet unknown context. Until then, friends, let's voyage a little further down that rabbit hole together...

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UPDATE: Todd Campbell, author/blogger at Through The Looking Glass, has discovered a further echo of the West Kennett glyph: in a Disney film whose title could hardly be any more apt. Here's the image. The film? Atlantis: The Lost Empire...


UPDATE: Steven Wilner, webmaster of Labyrinth of the Psychonaut, has found another foreshadowing of the West Kennet crop symbol in the movie Poltergeist III. For details, click here. Poltergeist, like Superman, is a movie franchise bedevilled by an alleged curse. From Wikipedia:

'The superstition derives from the fact that four cast members died in a relatively short span of time (six years) between the release of the first film and the release of the third, with one dying during production of the second film. Two of them died at young ages, 12 and 22: Dominique Dunne, who played the oldest sibling Dana in the first movie, who died after being choked by a jealous boyfriend in 1982; and Heather O'Rourke, 1the 2-year-old actress who played Carol Anne in all three Poltergeist movies, who died in 1988 bacterial toxins invaded her bloodstream. (During the fight Dominique Dunne had with her boyfriend that ended in her death, the rumour goes that her housemate turned up the Poltergeist soundtrack to drown out the yelling outside.)

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