Mayan / ET
Pattern of Eight White Horse Hill Carvings
England, British Isles ~ By Michael
|Mayan 'Tzolkin' shape of main eight
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||260-Square Mayan Tzolkin
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In the 1980s, I started looking at the
placements of the many WHITE HORSE carvings in the chalk hills of
Wiltshire and neighbouring counties, in England. The positioning of
EIGHT WHITE HORSES, and numerous ley centres, indicate two large
searchlight-like main leylines, coming upwards from the south-west and
from the south-east, traversing the general area of Avebury Stone
Circle and Silbury Hill.
One great beam-leyline comes down from
Ivinghoe Beacon in the north-east (direction marked as 'IVING' in
diagram), through the Uffington White Horse, through the Avebury
area, and on down, south-west towards Devon, where it goes through a
small hamlet called World's End. (Actually, this searchlight-beam
leyline comes UP from around World's End Village in Devon. Perhaps
the village should be called 'World's Beginning'! As soon as my health
improves, I hope to do a better map diagram. The original maps, I had
sketched out the lines in, were in a large book of British maps which
disappeared some time ago.) You can do a map yourself -
The other great leyline comes up from
Winchester (direction marked as 'WIN' on the diagram), through the
Avebury area, then hits many special places in Wales. I think it ends up
at Holyhead (vis 'Holy Head'). (That's correct. This second
searchlight-beam leyline originates in Winchester, or just to the
south-east of Winchester.)
Westbury White Horse
Uffington White Horse
Devizes White Horse
I noticed later on, the alignments of the
eight White Horse hill-carvings (around Avebury Stone Circle) seemed to
make out the shape of the main axes of the 260-square Mayan TZOLKIN
matrix, like two letter Xs, vertically above one another.
Right in the centre of the lower inverted 'V'
of the White Horse TZOLKIN, is 'Adam's Grave' and another, large
White Horse hill-carving. Adam's Grave overlooks the field where
many of the most outstanding Crop Patterns appeared.
Regarding the amazing Crop Patterns, in 1999
several mediums in southern England received the idea that benevolent
would cease making Crop Patterns after 1999. It seems
apparent, the NWO
took over production of all Crop Patterns around 2000, using
advanced technology, similar to the technology benevolent ET used to
make the authentic patterns.
In the 1980s, with much better maps, the two
'searchlight-beam' leylines really seemed to be present, both
practically and intuitively.
Some of the White Horses have been made in
recent times. However, just as certain hoaxed crop patterns turned out
to be uncannily appropriate, so too the White Horse carvers could have
responded to something in the landscape when they placed their White
Horses. One or two White Horse hill-carvings have been slightly
moved during their history; who is to say which is the better situation,
they could have been intuitively moved to be in a more appropriate
Spending much time peacefully walking the escarpments, fields, and
lanes of Wiltshire, between 1986 and 1994, I had a strong feeling
(maybe 'knowing') that there was once a large base for benevolent
ETs here. This seemed to be centred on the Vale of Pewsey.
The early, authentic Crop Patterns led people to this area around
1990, because the first elaborate 'pictogram' Crop Pattern (a line
of joined circles, with box and feather shapes, and perhaps 'wheels
and keys') arrived in the Vale of Pewsey, just below
Adam's Grave, in 1990. Personally, I thought this symbol was
"the road map
back to the stars" as referenced in the Native American
'Rainbow Dream Vision'. One of the main connections I have had with
spacecraft in my life, happened in the Vale of Pewsey in 1993.
own precision Map for the Eight White Horses
Get a precision map of England ....
(1) Mark in the fairly exact placements of
the eight White Horse hill-carvings.
(2) Draw two, projected lines down to the
south-west from the relevant two sets of three White Horses.
(3) Draw two, projected lines down to the
south-east from the relevant two sets of three White Horses.
(4) This should give you two beam-like
shapes, which converge, one down to the south-west, and one down to the
(5) You can draw a median line through the middle of each of the two
If you have
a good map, and if I remember correctly, you should be able to find many
interesting places and features located not only within each of the two
searchlight beams, but also along the lines themselves.
In case you are wondering what
the three asterisks in the bottom right corner of the map
indicate, this is the area where I had a life-changing encounter
with three disc
spacecraft in early 1986.