'Phase 1'

The Galactic Butterfly Hunab Ku Crop Circle appeared in the fields at Cannings Cross, Wiltshire first on the 27th of June and then the circle maker(s) returned on 10th of July, 2009 to reconstruct and add on to the crop circle. The formation symbolizes solar flares and the galactic alignment of 2012 with a stylized version of the mayan supreme creator god, Hunab Ku, which the mayans and the indigenous people know as 'The Galactic Butterfly' - The one that represents all consciousness that has ever existed in the galaxy. In Phase 2 of the crop circle tiny Orbs were created around the edges of the rays depicting solar flares, also improvising on the 'Galactic Butterfly'. The edges of the inner rays were damaged due to the farmer clipping the edges with his Tractor as you can see in the picture below.



'Phase 2'

Overwhelmingly, cultural myth and lore honor the Butterfly as a symbol of transformation because of its impressive process of metamorphosis. From egg, to larvae (caterpillar), to pupa (the chrysalis or cocoon) and from the cocoon the Butterfly emerges in her unfurling glory. What a massive amount of transition this tiny creature undergoes. Consider for a moment the kind of energy this expends. Imagine the whole of your life changing to such an extreme you are unrecognizable at the end of the transformation. Mind you, this change takes place in a short span of about a month too (that’s how long the butterfly life cycle is).


Herein lies the deepest symbolic lesson of the Butterfly. She asks us to accept the changes in our lives as casually as she does. The Butterfly unquestioningly embraces the changes in her environment and her body. This unwavering acceptance of her metamorphosis is also symbolic of faith. Here the Butterfly beckons us to keep our faith as we undergo transitions in our lives. She understands that our toiling, fretting and anger are useless against the turning tides of nature – she asks us to recognize the same. Interestingly, in many cultures the Butterfly is associated with the soul – further linking our animal symbolism of faith with the Butterfly.

It’s connection with the soul is rather fitting.

We are all on a long journey of the soul. On this journey we encounter endless turns, shifts, and conditions that cause us to morph into ever-finer beings. At our soul-journey’s end we are inevitably changed – not at all the same as when we started on the path. To take this analogy a step further, we can look again to the grace and eloquence of the Butterfly and realize that our journey is our only guarantee. Our responsibility is to make our way in faith, accept the change that comes, and emerge from our transitions as brilliantly as the Butterfly. Related Articles :
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2 comments :

Alan Paine said...

Awesome post! Linked you to my Squidoo page and would like to use your pics. Also will connect with you on YouTube.
Peace!

Cosmic Oneness said...

... thanks bro :)

 
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