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Missing Earth Crop Circle

Missing earth crop circle showing overlapped asteroids. My original working paper. The field reports said 65 asteroids. I kept counting 64 until I spotted the two overlapped asteroids. The positions of the asteroids had to show when the event started. Only E-Ts could move two asteroids into the needed conjunction which will occur on July 16, 2024 about 16:08 UT. A time our astronomers can confirm. July 17, 2003 is the date shown by the remaining planets, the start of the 21 year countdown to our end.
Dan November 27, 2008 @ 02:28 AM
Original working paper. On evening of June 25, 1995 the Longwood-Warren or "Missing Earth" crop circle was put down. It speaks graphically about the result of the initial explosion shown by the Barbary Castle circle on 2-1-1992 Science News cover. Earth is gone. The Barbary Castle was placed down on July 17, 1991 at about 1:35 AM GMT. The date shown by the positions of the remaining three planets in the 'Missing Earth" is July 17, 2003. Dan Alter
Dan June 05, 2013 @ 05:41 AM
nice job dan Very Happy
Dan July 23, 2016 @ 10:06 PM
It was the July 17, 2003 date that stumped me. I could not understand how that date could rationally be the date of our end. I had always assumed the clock started tcking when the Barbary hit the ground. On July 12, 2012 I realized the E-Ts were showing us when the clock started ticking; i.e. "In seven three Earth year units of time Earth fries." Gorgeously elegant! It only took me 20 plus years to figure out.
Dan July 24, 2016 @ 10:53 PM
"In seven three Earth year units of time Earth fries." and the clock starts ticking on July 17, 2003. Its feels funny going back to when I finally figured out the date. WE got handed 12 more years, I got 12 more years. I promised myself I would never give up on trying to stop this, but it sure was nice to rest a bit.