This is a vase I made a few months ago. I decorated it by applying gold leaf in a pattern. The configuration made me think of crop circles.
My friend Amely is in Wiltshire, England right now - the epicenter of crop circle activity. A few nights ago, she and a fellow circle enthusiast put forth an intention for a pattern to appear in the fields overnight, in their immediate area. The next morning, a stone's throw away in Bishops Canning, this appeared...
|Tony Austin took this picture. |
It appears on cropcircleconnector.com
Amely wrote about it on Facebook; "I went to lie down in it and what I can tell you is that I felt a very distinct presence there. I tend to be a skeptic about my own ability to detect energy from external sources. But there it was."
I've written about crop circles several times. They fascinate me. I don't know if they come from a mysterious origin or if they are examples of anonymous land art. Either way, they're beautiful.
Recently I met Lisa, a friend of a friend. I enjoyed our conversation. She had the word 'unison' tattooed on her wrist in school-taught cursive writing. Something Lisa said stuck in my mind --
"there's so much magic in the air right now. It's exciting."
This is a wonderful way to feel in midsummer.