A crop circle resembling an ancient coat of arms has appeared in a field overnight. The stunning formation was snapped at West Woods, near Marlborough, Wilts, by crop circle expert Lucy Pringle.
Mrs Pringle said: “The area is flown over regularly and this creation was definitely not there the day before I photographed it. This interesting design measures approximately 90 feet in diameter. It has a resemblance to a Cross Clechee with arms spreading out gradually from the centre.
This cross denotes knowledge, guardianship, and dominion. Similar to the Cross Toulouse, it is assumed that the bearer of this cross was a crusader from the area of Toulouse.”