Reconstruction of theSilbury Hill 31-05-2010 formation | |||||

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Draw a circle. Draw and extend the horizontal and vertical centerlines. | ||||

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Create a "Flower-of-Life"-pattern, by copying circle 1 six times, the first to the righthand intersection of circle 1 and the horizontal centerline, the others to the upper/next intersection of circle 1 and the last copied circle, as shown. | ||||

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Construct a "two-points" circle (defined by the two end-points of a centerline) between the center of circle 1 and its lefthand intersection with the horizontal centerline. | ||||

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Copy circle 3 six times, to the outer mutual intersections of circles 2. | ||||

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Construct two inscribed equilateral triangles of circle 1, one pointing to the left, one to the right. | ||||

6. |
Construct the circle passing through the mutual intersections of triangles 5. | ||||

7. |
Construct two inscribed equilateral triangles of circle 6, one pointing up, one pointing down. | ||||

8. |
Construct the inscribed circle of triangles 7. | ||||

9. |
Construct a circle concentric to circle 1, tangent to the rightmost circle 2 at the righthand side. | ||||

10. |
Construct the circumscribed hexagon (regular six-sided polygon) of circle 9, pointing up. | ||||

11. |
Construct the circumscribed circle of hexagon 10. | ||||

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Circles 1, 2, 4, 8 and 11, are used for the final reconstruction. | ||||

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Remove all parts not present in the formation itself. High resolution dwf-file | ||||

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Colour all areas corresponding to standing... High resolution dwf-file | ||||

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...or to flattened crop, and finish the reconstrution of the Silbury Hill formation of 31-05-2010. High resolution dwf-file | ||||

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Photo by: John Montgomery Photo by: Olivier Morel Courtesy the Crop Circle Connector | The final result, matched with two aerial images. | |||

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