By Tim Binnall
One of the more unique crop circles to appear in quite some time was recently spotted in England and features a tree at the center of the design. The fantastic formation was reportedly found this past Monday in a field near the community of Devizes. Although not particularly intricate, the design, which consists of a large circle surrounded by a ring that features four smaller spheres, is undeniably eye-catching thanks to its creative incorporation of the tree in the field.
Understandably, interpretations as to what the formation might be meant to convey have focused on its centerpiece with some suggesting that it is supposed to represent the 'tree of life' and the four surrounding circles are the seasons of the year. Given the countless number of crop circles that have appeared over the years, it stands to reason that the design is probably not the first formation to sport a tree in its center. That said, a cursory search online has so far failed to yield any similar cases from the past, so it very well could be an original concept.