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*Crop circle en Woolstone Hill, Nr Ashbury, Oxfordshire. Reported 4th June.

Woolstone hill, june 4, 2017
Woolstone hill is based on an easy recognisable hexagonal pattern. The ring of flattened corn has a 2:1 radius proportion compared with the circles it encompasses.
What is the relation between the Fonthill down, and the latest one at Woolstone hill?
First there is a resemblence int theme; a hexagonal pattern with circles along the three axes.
Second there is an undeniable pentagonal relationship, which comes as no surpise anymore. Both have this pentagonal relationship twice. First, a double pentagram determines the central circle, which gets copied several times through both formations. These pentagrams have, atypically, an unclear relation with the tramlines.
The second one gives the second radius that is a key element in both formations as it gives the patels at Fonthill, and the ring of standing circles at Woolstone. Here the relation with the tramlines is solid in both cases. 
The bigger red circle has a Golden proportion compared to the inside of the ring and fits nicely with the rings on the inside.

Another obvious relation is that we saw rings along the inside of a circle at the Olivers castle formation. In my post from may 2nd i propose a relation between the two different Olivers castle formation and a circle that runs through the 27 rings would coenside with a squared circle with equal area.
Woolstone hill and Olivers castle does not have the same size, but relatively, when overlapped, again give a relation with a circle that runs through the 27 rings and squared circles.

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