France, huge Crop circle appears from nowhere! Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.

Images of a huge Crop Circle appearing on June 13, 2019 in Saint-Hippolyte, near Colmar, France, are going around the world. To signal this spectacular agroglifo is the researcher Horace R. Drew, who just draws the attention of the whole community of UFO, Aliens and Crop Circle enthusiasts on these two intriguing formations of crop circles (in adjacent fields) just reported near Saint-Hippolyte, near Colmar, France.

The discovery was made by Thomas Jehl, director of Guémar, who made a strange discovery in two of his wheat fields located in Saint-Hyppolite, France. The formation is located 1.5 km west-south-west of the small town of Saint-Hippolyte, France centered on latitude 48.2279 N, longitude 7.3912 and www.google.co.uk is located in the middle of nowhere near the French border with Germany, far from any big city and in the 30 hectares of flattened wheat, where the design was made along the 2 large wheat fields, but the crop circle has a total length of about 200 meters.

The farmer who discovered the pictogram in his wheat field on Wednesday, June 13th says that a series of gigantic geometric patterns appeared during the night between 12-13 June. “It’s not bad to look at, it’s nice, but I can’t be happy to have lost part of my wheat crop, but not everything.”

Of course, this double pictogram appeared in France, almost 200 meters long, is one of the largest and most perfect of all, making a clear analogy with the cosmic alignments because, from the beginning, the researcher Jonas Passos supports the theory that this type of pictograms (unlike geometric mandalas in a round circular circle style) are astronomical indicators or dimensional space openings (Stargate).

France, huge Crop circle appears from nowhere! Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.

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