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A crop circle at Camponogara, Venice (Italy) shows uncanny resemblance to the workings of the planet’s magnetic core. Reported on June 14, the formation depicts circles within circles, a common design of crop circles. Very importantly, the Camponogara formation showed the right number of circles in proportions to explain a mystery about the magnetic core’s rotation discovered in 2011. I had already posted several links to articles on planetary magnetics after spending the day researching implications of magnetics in the crop circle at Bracciano, Italy on May 20. The Bracciano formation displayed magnetic anomalies and signs of high heat. It was an anomalous crop picture. The formation at Camponogara seemed to expand on the research I had already done on June 14, when the crop circle was reported late on the same day!
An initial video of the June 14 crop circle showed potentially big problems with possible boarding done by humans in the field. Still, I thought, if humans made the Camponogara formation they were on the right track of information embedded in an earlier formation at Bracciano on May 20. If humans made the Camponogara crop formation the information conveyed was, for the first time in decades of hoaxing, impressive. It was hard to believe that human crop hoaxers would deliberately convey useful and relevant information, but miracles can come in small packages. Still, I waited for better photos and confirmation of the formation’s anomalous characteristics.
Close-up photos of the crop at Camponogara posted the next day (June 15) showed swollen and bent nodes typical of anomalous crop circles. The effects that had looked suspicious in an initial video taken from a helicopter resulted from the distant photography of a very ripe and lush field of wheat that it laid in waves of crop bursting with vitality.
The crop picture at Camponogara has the hallmarks of an anomalous crop picture and conveys information that correlates with the Bracciano crop circle in May. It displays the key components to explain the speed of rotation of the Earth’s magnetic core that was explained for the first time in 2011. The level noted as “3” in the crop circle diagram is layer that hardens around the molten core. It explains a difference in rotation of the magnetic core’s east-west rotational differences and is key to reconciling observations over long periods of time. Speed of rotation cannot be correctly calculated without this very important hardened layer (#3) that’s commonly omitted from diagrams.
The Bracciano crop picture was made on the day of a solar eclipse (May 20) and Red Collie’s count of the eclipse cycle is correct. But that identifies only the date of the eclipse. Several key events took place before the eclipse in the late evening of May 20. An interplanetary shockwave impacted the Earth’s magnetic field three (3) minutes before an earthquake shook the area near Bracciano, Italy at 4:03:52 a.m. local time, hours before the eclipse. Bright auroras and a 6.0 magnitude earthquake 1° northwest of Bracciano immediately followed the shockwave, and began a spree of earthquakes in the Mediterranean and into the Middle East.
East-west and north-south movements of the Earth’s magnetic fields are important to information in the crop circle made at Bracciano. The spiral that contained the count for the eclipse started in the east and concluded at the center of the crop picture. The Camponogara formation showed the basis of the east-west rotation of the Earth’s magnetic core and angular momentum that was noted in the Kennewick, WA (USA) crop circle on May 28, 1993. The Kennewick crop circle pointed to 1) magnetic north, 2) polar north, and 3) Siberia. Much has been written about the rapid pace of magnetic north that increased soon after the Kennewick crop circle was made.
The Bracciano made within hours of an interplanetary shockwave points out mechanics of the South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) and magnetic north’s rapid movement. Bear in mind that auroras in the northern latitudes immediately brightened after the interplanetary shockwave and the first earthquake at Bracciano began a spree of quakes that continued for weeks.