We have reported that most of the Crop Circle Season 2019 have presented crop circles in France and less in England but the French crop circles are showing The Sin Wave more than anything.
The planets and The Sun moves in a vortex or sine wave or cycle.
June 29th, the best of the sine wave crop circles showed up in all places: Poland.
The symbol is very simple and something that we have all witness before but its meaning its much deeper.
Wolka Orchowska, Nr Gmina Orchowo, Poland. Reported 29th June.
Another example is its powerful meaning is the Sine Wave of History
The Mayans had an elaborate calendar system that was not shared by the rest of the world. It’s cycles were synchronized with the Sun. They were based on the number 20. The Mayans were amazing mathematicians understanding the concept of 0 and modular arithmetic. Their calendar was divided into cycles called Baktuns lasting 394.3 years each. It is unknown why their calendar ends abruptly on December 21, 2012. Following their system, however, December 21, 2012 is momentous because it marks the entry point into into the 14th Baktun which appears to coincide with the movement of the Sun over the Galactic equator and into the age of Aquarius. The following diagram locates us on a timeline about to cross at the red arrow over the Galactic Equator. The actual movement over the threshold will take approximately 18 years.
The Sine Wave Diagram mentions the “precession of equinoxes” which, according to Dr. Keshava Bhat and his discoveries, is actually the “precession of constellations.” He explains that the Sun travels west through space at speeds of millions of miles per hour. The planets “chase” the Sun creating a spiraling pattern as they progress from one constellation to the next. Traveling through every constellation or Zodiacal sign takes approximately 24,000 years. Below is a depiction of our Solar System traveling through space around the galactic center.
The Poland crop circle clearly shows us that the planet Saturn is rising out of the darkness and into the light and its conjunct with Pluto in 2020.
Saturn takes 29,500 years to make one completed cycle around the Sun and the Ancients have always referred to Saturn as the Golden Age and the Golden Age has returned.