Sent yesterday by a reader, from early July of this year. Before I ask The Committee for their interpretation & explanation, would anybody like to offer their own? (I already have and they answered! I'll wait two days [until Wednesday 2 August in the afternoon, USA central time] to add what The Committee have explained.)
The popular name is a crop circle, but often they're not so circular, so I refer to them as crop images. Suggestions for an even better name?
Great interpretations, folks! 😉
The Committee explains:
You shall all note the six figures, a half dozen. Often have we discussed the meaning and effect of a dozen, and it is to this which the figure refers, with the choice of displaying a half dozen. Half the significance is what the image makers chose to say.
This image was created by Visitors-To-Eart from Arcturus.
Each of the six figures depicts either a flower or a human; the intent was both. Flower as in the beauty of life and reproduction, thus continuance of it.
The top two lateral flower petals represent arms, which touch, symbolizing the holding of hands and joining together of love, ideas, journey and mission. The top center petal is the human head. The bottom two are human legs, which as observers can see, are shared.
Separate you all seem to be and believe you are, but you humans are all one, forever and happily joined. All humans walk together, some among you desperately wish to convince you otherwise. This image is a reminder of the opposite."