If there is such a thing as good and evil, then it will play out on August 7th and August 8th, 2017.
You see today two very different crop circles appeared in the UK one representing Good and the other representing protection from Evil.
The Highworth, Wiltshire crop circle on August 5th in the UK is the good symbol or the Golden Star of Mazuriel and the other crop circle Little Compton, Oxfordshire in the Uk reported on the same day is the symbol for evil.
The aforementioned crop circle is the Seventh Pentacle of Mars:
Write thou this upon virgin parchment or paper with the blood of a bat, in the day and hour of Mars; and uncover it within the Circle, invoking the Demons whose Names are therein written; and thou shalt immediately see hail and tempest.
In the centre of the Pentacle are the Divine Names, El and Yiai, which have the same numerical value when written in Hebrew. The Letters in Hebrew, and in the Secret Alphabet called the Celestial, compose the Names of Spirits. Round the Pentacle is:–‘He gave them hail for rain, and flaming fire in their land. He smote their vines also, and their fig-trees.”
In a nutshell, this symbol was used to protect and dispel dark and evil forces or to call them forth.
Also, there are so many symbols and images in this glyph that were adopted by secret societies.
Aug 5 to 12 Mars enters Leo decan 2. Mars in Leo 2 is about as defensive as you can get. This is patriotism that boils over into true xenophobia. Defending your tribe and homestead is indeed necessary if invaders are a threat to your culture, but at this time both STS elites and common folk take it too far. The problem comes when Mars Leo 2 goes on the attack and thinks that their morals and way of life need to be imposed on less civilized ‘others.’
Mars in astrology is the Red planet of wars, fires and destruction and on August 05, 2017 Mars moves into Leo and will be in direction opposite to the Partial Lunar Eclipse on August 07, 2017.
So what could the crop circle makers be saying by sending two difference messages on the same day: be cautious but be joyous too.