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The Wilton Protocol – 2nd Crop Circle Signals Ongoing E.T. Communication Effort

Updated 23-June-2010

YOWUSA.COM, 21-June-2010
Marshall Masters

The Wilton Protocol – 2nd Crop Circle Signals Ongoing E.T. Communication EffortA new formation reported on June 21, 2010 at Vale of Pewsey near Oare, Wiltshire, clearly presents a second stage event for a communication protocol first observed in the Wilton Windmill, near Wilton, Wiltshire formation on May 22, 2010.

In our first article in this series, New Wilton, Wiltshire Crop Circle Signals a Major Communication Event is Coming, we expressed the opinion that Wilton could be prove to be clear harbinger of what could be a major communication event this season. With Vale of Pewsey, it certainly has.

According to the the Crop Circle Connector site, “This formation [Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire] seems to me to have links to the Wilton Windmill formation that appeared in oil seed rape earlier in the season.”

That assessment really caught our attention because if this new formation as well as the previous Wilton formation demonstrate authenticity in the field reports, then we have a clear-cut, two-stage pattern of and ongoing communication event, we've dubbed the Wilton Protocol.

Before delving into the impressive new aspect of the Vale of Pewsey formation June-2010 (the second stage formation to Wilton, May-2010, we must first go back to the original Wilton formation, for confirmation of its authenticity.

Wilton Field Report Authentication

Thanks to the excellent field report and photos provided to the Crop Circle Connector web site by Andrew Pyrka, we now have confirmation of the authenticity of the Wilton, May-2010 formation.

CropCircleConnector.com, May 23, 2010
Wilton Windmill, nr Wilton, Wiltshire.
Field Report by Andrew Pyrka

Field Report by Andrew Pyrka This formation did have bent stems as well as broken stems but plants within were not crushed or flattened and did not display any action of aggression.

We measured and agreed that this formation was 300 feet – this measurement was taken down the visible centre line.--Andrew Pyrka

As with genuine formations (those not created by drunks with planks and ropes), this formation Was found to be free of any signs of “action of aggression.”

Furthermore, the initial report on this formation estimated its diameter and approximately 200', whereas Andrew Pyka's physical ground measurement places it at “300 feet... taken down the visible centre line.”

Now, we look forward to reading the field reports for this latest 21-June-2010 formation at Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire.

Vale of Pewsey Field Report Authentication
Article Update, 23-June-2010

When we first published this article on 21-June-2010, we stated that the authenticity of this new formation had yet to be confirmed with a verifiable field report. Well, now it's in and as the character Sherlock Holmes was fond of saying, "the game is afoot."

CropCircleConnector.com, 23-June-2010
Vale of Pewsey, Reported 22-June-2010

Andrew Pyrka Field Report, 22-June-2010

Vale of Pewsey, Andrew PyrkaThis is the first formation in wheat this season which at ground level was perfectly and precisely created – with geometric perfection and swaying wheat in the outer circle showed clearly that this is Not a man made creation. Shading is also clearly defined by the way the makers swooped in and out of the propeller elements of the design.

Another interesting find in this formation is the reddish streak – these are oats which in one part of the formation covered the flattened wheat completely – someone has already stated that it gave the impression of an oil slick.

Photographing formations in young wheat can be a challenge as the silvery green can clash in trying to capture contrast, so when viewing images it can give the viewer a negative impression of the formation – but to what we have witnessed on the night and seeing this formation at ground level I have no hesitation to inform you all that this formation is 100% genuine.-Andrew Pyrka

What we now is that this second stage formation [Vale of Pewsey] clearly builds upon the first [Wilton] in a very clear way.

How the Wilton and Vale of Pewsey
Formations Connect

The June 21, 2010, Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire, England formation adds two new integral concepts to those Established with the May 22, 2010, formation at the Wilton Windmill, near Wilton, Wiltshire.

To help put this in perspective, we will start with a brief summary of what we presented in our previous article New Wilton, Wiltshire Crop Circle Signals a Major Communication Event is Coming and then build on that with the new aspects presented in the Vale of Pewsey formation.

The findings in our 23-May-2010 article, were that the Wilton formation represents a hard drive platter similar to those used in the late 20th century As shown in the illustration below.



In our analysis, we compared the layout of the formation with the manner of how information is laid out on a hard drive platter. Of particular note in this illustration are the four elements of track, geometrical sector, track sector and cluster.

Vale of Pewsey as The Second Stage Event

When we compare the analysis of the the May 22, 2010, formation at the Wilton Windmill, near Wilton, Wiltshire with the June 21, 2010, Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire formation, we see a clear second stage that builds upon the Wilton formation.

Wilton Windmill, nr Wilton, Wiltshire.
Reported 22nd May.

w/Hard Drive Table

Vale of Pewsey. nr Oare. Wiltshire.
Reported 21st June.

What we find it incredibly interesting, is this new formation shows the track illustration on what would be Track 0 of a hard drive platter.

Why Track 0 is Important

There is an important reason for this. Track 0, is where the hard drive begins reading information. This is because this is where the most elemental data required to operate your computer is stored.

For example, if Track 0 on your hard drive is corrupted by a virus, you could wind up having to reinstall your operating system, programs and so forth. That is if the virus has not destroyed the hard drive itself.

Therefore, the fact that the message makers are demonstrating the track concept on Track 0, clearly indicates a familiarity with the manner in which we routinely store vital data on our computers.

In other words, this is not random or coincidental. There is clear intent as to the location and purpose in the appearance of Track 0 in this glyph.

Consequently, what we now have with the Vale of Pewsey formation (assuming a positive confirmation of authenticity in the field reports), is a methodical introduction, to a more granular understanding of what we now refer to as the Wilton Protocol.

We certainly hope that there will be a third formation in this series of unique formations, as well as a fourth, fifth and so on.

This begs the question, if a third formation does form, what could it possibly add to this staged dialog, assuming it logically builds upon the previous two?

What Will the Third Formation May Show Us

What is not shown in the first two crop circle formations in this series, is the three dimensional nature of modern hard drives and how they store vast amounts of data.

Given that the Wilton and Vale of Pewsey formations are both two-dimensional representations, how could the next formation (assuming it appears) express a three dimensional message?

By adding a new aspect to the Wilton Protocol. Something called a “cylinder.” Cylinders are a common concept with hard drives, as most all modern drives use multiple platters for high data storage capacities.

To illustrate the concept of a cylinder, let's build on the Track 0 concept discussed earlier. In this simple illustration below, we see Track 0 as it appears on a single platter.

Now, let's see what happens when we create a representation of a hard drive similar to the one you most likely have installed in your computer right now.

High capacity hard drives use multiple platters, stacked one upon the other much like poker chips.

To illustrate the concept of a cylinder, image that you spread the chips a bit so that you can count them, much like the illustration below.

As you can see, each of the three hard drive platters has a Track 0. A cylinder is comprised of the same track sectors for each platter, stacked one upon the other as shown in this illustration.

Therefore, our best guess for the third formation to appear in this series, is that it will convey a three-dimensional encoding, using a multi-platter hard drive cylinder glyph.

As to a possible fourth formation, who is to say, but what we'll know for certain once the field report(s) come in for the Vale of Pewsey formation, that we're on our way to a whole new realm of crop circle communication.

Preliminary Findings Based on New Authentication of the Vale of Pewsey Formation Reported 21-June-2010

As I reflect on this Wilton Protocol, what comes to my mind is not an orderly process as envisioned by the Sacred Geometry Guild. Rather, when I look at this continual mix of symmetrical and asymmetrical formations with differing message metaphors over the years, I see something different happening. 

The E.T. crop circle makers are changing the messages so as to find a reliable way to convey their messages to us in ways we can understand and participate in.  Or more simply stated, they're throwing spaghetti on the wall to see what sticks on our wall. 

That's why things change. When they find something that works, they'll explore the concept a little further. Consequently, there is evidence of a heuristic process on their side as well as ours.  Furthermore, the creators of the authentic formations, are in my mind, a benign species.-Marshall Masters