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Crop Circles
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Crop circles are organized harmonic forms of energy comprised of light, sound and magnetism which physically manifest as geometric patterns when they interact with our physical world. To date, 10,000 crop circles have been reported in 29 countries, and have appeared in mediums such as wheat, barley, canola, trees, ice, rice paddies, even linseed.

Contrary to popular perception, crop circles are not a modern phenomenon. They were witnessed by policemen and farmers as far back as 1890, they exist in the centuries-old folklore of South Africa and China, and are mentioned in 17th Century academic texts.

Over eighty eyewitnesses have reported crop circles forming in under fifteen seconds; these witnesses describe incandescent balls of light which either precede a crop circle or are actively involved in its creation; in some cases shafts of light descend onto a field and swirled the crop into a geometric shape.

Around 1980 serious attention was finally given to the phenomenon, primarily in southern England, where 90% of designs are reported. They appeared primarily as simple circles, yet by the late 1980s they had developed into pictograms, not unlike the petroglyphs found at sacred sites. After 1990 the designs developed exponentially in complexity, and today it is not unusual to come across crop glyphs mimicking computer fractals and elements expressing fourth dimensional processes in quantum physics.

To quell the public’s growing interest in crop circles, the British Military created two sexagenarian characters named Doug and Dave, and presented them to the media via a fictitious press agency as the makers of all crop circles. Once in a while, governments like to control public interest in unexplained phenomena they cannot control by 'debunking' – a technique developed by the US government after WWII for the sad purpose of controlling mass opinion (as stated in the 1953 Robertson Panel). This method is very effective because it makes use of two extraordinarily simple tools of mass control – ridicule and fear. When later confronted to provide evidence of their alleged creations, Doug and Dave changed their stories and reversed previous claims; they could not even explain the anomalous features they allegedly made. Thus, their story was entirely fabricated. Later, in 1998, the surviving member of the deceptive duo admitted to British newspapers that he'd been "guided by an unknown force".

A hoax is a forgery, and forgers require a genuine from which to copy. So, what exactly lies behind real crop circles? In genuine formations the stems are not broken but bent, defeating the hoax argument, since a plank or garden roller is required to flatten the crop to the ground, resulting in clear damage to the plants.

The plants are subjected to a short and intense burst of heat which softens the stems to drop just above the ground at 90º, where they re-harden into their new position without damage. Research and laboratory tests suggest that infrasound is capable of producing such an effect: High-pressure infrasound is capable of boiling water inside the stems in one nanosecond, expanding the water, and leaving tiny blowholes in the plants' nodes. The pressure applied also causes the water to steam, and it is reported by farmers that when they stumble upon a new crop circle they see steam rising from within the design. This process creates surface charring along the stems.

It has been scientifically documented that soil samples taken from within crop circles show changes to its crystalline structure and mineral composition. Expert analysis concludes that heat of 1500ºC would create such a change. Hardly the kind of anomalies created by pranksters with planks!

Crop circles also show existence of ultrasound, and such frequencies are known to exist at ancient sites such as stone circles and menhirs. And like all ancient sacred sites, crop circles appear at the intersecting points of the Earth's magnetic pathways of energy; thus the size and shape of a crop circle is typically determined by the area of these 'node' points at the time of their appearance. This electric and magnetic energy can interact with brainwave patterns, and because the human body is itself electro-magnetic, crop circles are known to affect people's biophysical rhythms. Consequently, it is not unusual for people to experience heightened states of awareness and healings in crop circles – a situation also common to sacred sites and holy spaces.

Biophysical evidence shows the plants' nodes (its knuckles) are drastically extended, seed embryos are altered, and the existence of expulsion cavities in the plants as if they have been heated from the inside. In genuine formations there is also a reorganization of the plant's crystalline structure. Other evidence from crop circles shows how the floors of laid plants are swirled in mathematical proportions relative to the Golden Mean, the vortex used by nature to create organisms such as shells and sunflowers.

Genuine crop circles are not perfectly round but slightly elliptical (a hoax, requiring a fixed central rope, cannot achieve this adequately). Their edges are crisply defined from the flattened crop as if drawn with a compass, and incised with surgical precision.

Mathematically, genuine crop circles have yielded five new mathematical theorems. based on Euclidian geometry. They are also encoded with sacred geometry – those harmonic ratios that govern the relationship between the orbits of planets in our solar system.

Crop circles alter the local electromagnetic field; often compasses cannot locate north, cameras and cellular phones malfunction, packs of fresh batteries are drained in minutes, and the frequencies are known to affect helicopter and aircraft equipment. Radio frequencies are markedly different inside their space; local farm animals avoid the crop circles or simply act agitated hours before one materializes.

By Freddy Silva

In 1991 Michael Chorost and Marshall Dudley, two American nuclear physicists, set out to perform various scientific tests on crop formations. A hardened scientist, Chorost was nevertheless impressed by the subtle details in the swirling of plants, "technical and artistic masterpieces," he commented.

After subjecting a number of seed and soil samples to rigorous lab analysis, their main discovery was that the soil in genuine formations contained no less than four, short-lived radioactive isotopes- vanadium, europium, tellurium, and ytterbium.

According to their report in MUFON Journal, October 1991, "these isotopes are not known to be produced in nature, nor are they known to be emissions from atomic tests, nuclear power plants or Chernobyl." Tests conducted on soil from the Beckhampton July 31 formation yielded alpha emissions 198% above control samples, beta emissions 48% above, both of which seemed "strikingly elevated", since they were two to three times as radioactive as soil from outside the formation. "We carefully considered a variety of other mundane causes: natural radionuclides, cosmogenetic radionuclides, sample jar contamination, airport X-ray detectors, thermal neutron activators, and contamination with hospital waste by hoaxers. None of them held up as valid sources.

"Many of these probable sources were ruled out by the fact that many of the isotopes had half-lives of about two weeks, which indicated that they had been formed when the crop circle itself was."

To further test their theory, they asked molecular biologist Kevin Folta, at the University of Illinois, to test soil homogeneity from samples around DeKalb, Ill. All twenty samples fell within a range of 50 to 78 counts per minute. When the same tests were applied to soil from a crop circle near Argonne , Ill (Sept 1991), the count was dramatically higher- 211, 397, 298, 470 and 415. Outside the crop circle the count measured just 45, 85, 59, 78 and 71.

Kevin also analyzed the DNA samples from plants in the Argonne circle and found it was considerably more degraded than that of surrounding plants. This suggested some exposure to radiation. Dr. Levengood has also found consistent anomalies in plants from crop circles around the world, including node swelling, cell wall pit enhancement, polyembryony, increased seed germination rates, and variations in oxidation and reduction characteristics. This suggests that the plants affected have been subjected to a short burst of rapid healing and cooling.

It is important to state here that this does not mean that crop circles pose a threat to health. Any recorded problems associated with these anomalies are often from people who feel nausea and dizziness after entering circles within two to three hours of their arrival (although the same effects can also be caused by infrasound; see section on sound). This also attests to the benevolent nature of the Circlemakers who tend to lay down their creations in the middle of the night when most people are safely away from the fields, tucked away in bed. To date, no long-term health risks have been reported by the hundreds of thousands of visitors to the fields.

This evidence presents hoax theorists with their most serious difficulty.