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First a jellyfish, then a dragonfly, now fish....what is this leading up to?

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I have an idea

Both typical fish, dragonflies, and jelly fish reproduce by laying eggs, the eggs in each case develop into a larva stage and then mature to adult hood. this could be a sort of message telling mankind that they are maturing into a higher state of humanity.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragonfly
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jellyfish

Also, in the particular corp circle above, I see 3 rows of 7 circles in the crop circle connected by 3 fish and 1 inner circle. according to numerology 7 represents knowledge and discovery, 3 represents luck and great achievement with out need for struggle, 777, or 3 sevens, represents heaven... along that line I believe the fish represents Jesus as well but I'm not too sure seeing as how theirs about 90 hundred different types of Christians out there.

The Black Arts by Richard Cavendish chapter 2

of course I could be wrong it could be coincidence or it could all be a hoax, just tossing around ideas.
June 8th is World Ocean's Day. It has just been declared by the United Nations this year.
Read more about this here: LINK

I have been experiencing a lot of synchronicity regarding the Ocean today by the way of song titles & emails about World Oceans Day.
tranceman said:
June 8th is World Ocean's Day. It has just been declared by the United Nations this year.
Read more about this here: LINK

I have been experiencing a lot of synchronicity regarding the Ocean today by the way of song titles & emails about World Oceans Day.

hmmm, the simplest answer is usually correct, perhaps the circle was put in place by supporters of ocean day; be them extra terrestrial or home grown

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