On June 1, 2020, in France, near the city of Amiens, a drawing appeared on the field, which very much resembles a map of the starry sky with constellations.
The pictogram that appeared on the wheat field has a diameter of about 200 meters.
In this drawing, there are constellations Ursa Major and Ursa Minor, they stand out in the center of the pictogram. There is also a polar star in the center of the map, but many constellations visible to the observer from the earth are not shown there.
The drawing really resembles a sky map with constellations though with one difference – the point at which the one who sketched his starry sky was not on the Earth.
It remains only to understand from which planet you can observe the constellations exactly as it is drawn on this map. Could it be Venus? If so, then who drew it all and why?
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