This rather strange beam of light was captured on video on the night of May 2/3, 2010, in East Field, Wiltshire.
A few events appear to be happening in Wiltshire this year. We’ve already looked at the crop circle at Whitesheet Hill, Wiltshire. (Thanks to Patte.)
On May 5, 2010, a crop circle appeared at Old Sarum, Wiltshire, near Salisbury, which appears to represent the solar eclipse due on July 11, 2010. In the photo below, the crop circle appears on the right and old Sarum castle on the left.
Here’s a video on it:
“[The crop circle] chose to manifest in a field adjacent to Old Sarum, one of the most well-known Iron age fortresses in this ancient sacred landscape. Sarum is the old Anglo-Saxon name for Salisbury, a fortified mound with huge surrounding bank and ditch like the Avebury stone circle; it stands on a busy intersection of a three-way prehistoric trade route between Stonehenge and the south coast, close to the barge access of the Water of Avon.
“This 1st Century BC fortification was a strategic ancestral stronghold of the powerful first Britons, venerated and preserved through successive cultures until the first cathedral of Old Sarum was built inside the circular structure in 1069. Before AD420 it housed a Roman garrison (as Sorviodunum = Sorvio’s fort or mound), became a Saxon fortress and finally the site of a Norman castle in the AD11th century. The present cathedral in nearby Salisbury was the second Norman cathedral of that name; and building began there in 1075 on the structure which stands today. The outline of its Old Sarum predecessor still appears in the grass within the great ditch (illustration). “
East Sarum is on the ley line that passes through Stonehenge (see below) and is also near Whitesheet Hill, where another remarkable crop circle appeared recently, also near the ruins of an ancient fort.