un altro crop a forma di libellula e qui una interessante interpretazione tradotta con google:
Ma correggetemi se non è plausibile, perchè guardandola e associando subito i cerchi del corpo con una serie di pianeti o fasi planetarie mi sono ricordata che le libellule non sbattono le ali in su e giù, ma in senso rotatorio o ellittico, simile a quello dell'asse di un pianeta. Vedendola così, le ali non sembrano le descrizioni di moti di un asse magnetico?
infatti parliamo di vortici, di moti vorticosi, di fisica dei vortici, di energia che arriva e che si muove in vortici
– For some Native American tribes they represent swiftness and activity, and for the Navajo they symbolize pure water. Dragonflies are a common motif in Zuni pottery; stylized as a double-barred cross, they appear in Hopi rock art and on Pueblo necklaces. It is said in some Native American beliefs that dragonflies are a symbol of renewal after a time of great hardship.
-In Japan dragonflies are symbols of courage, strength, and happiness, and they often appear in art and literature, especially haiku. In ancient mythology, Japan was known as Akitsushima, which means “Land of the Dragonflies”. The love for dragonflies is reflected by the fact that there are traditional names for almost all of the 200 species of dragonflies found in and around Japan.
-Vietnamese people have a traditional way to forecast rain by seeing dragonflies: Dragonflies fly at low level, it is rainy; dragonflies fly at high level, it is sunny; dragonflies fly at medium level, it is shadowy and from a hand-made greeting card from a mother to her daughter, her words seem especially appropriate to us, too:
“Having flown the earth for 300 million years, dragonflies symbolize our ability to overcome times of hardship. Sighting a dragonfly is meant to remind us to take time to reconnect with our own strength, courage and happiness.