This is the actual Wayland Smithy crop circle that Steve Alexander photographed in 2006 and shows the beams shooting out from a central point. The longest beam is believed to be heading towards Earth.
This pictogram shows that at the end of the Venus-Sun Calender periodically emitted cosmic rays from the Galactic core will arrive on Earth. The rays have been drawn as square along their lengths because they get weaker the further they get away from the source by a factor of distance squared.
So what is the Source?
The answer as given by Andov Pane in his book “The 2012 Equation solved” is Sagitarius A, an ultra massive black hole in the centre of the Milky Way. Andov explains that every one of the 3 longest rays appears to contain a 7×8 grid which = 56 of mini circles with an open square end which shows us a time code that tells us when the longest ray will reach earth. Andov explains in more detail the reasoning behind this and I recommend those interested read his book to find out more.
You can get Andov’s pdf ebook free here http://paneandov.com/2012-pdf/
Please note that I only use what I have researched and cannot vouch for the validity of what Andov proclaims in his book. However I have cross referenced the possiblity of some form of energy wave emanating from the Galactic core elsewhere and there does seem to be some factual truth in it. As recently as 2010 NASA ( not that I believe everything they publish) released pictures about so called “Gamma Ray emitting Bubbles” emanating for the Galactic core.
“What we see are two gamma-ray-emitting bubbles that extend 25,000 light-years north and south of the galactic center,” said Doug Finkbeiner, an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Mass., who first recognized the feature. “We don’t fully understand their nature or origin.”
Along with Ancient texts and drawings depicting similar events it would suggest there is certainly something going on out there which may well have an impact on Earth.