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Huge Pre-Stonehenge Complex Found via “Crop Circles”

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/06/090615-stonehenge-tombs-crop-circles.html

Here is something to ponder on. Spinning patterns

Friday, May 1st, 2009

First posted September 5th, 2008

Here you can see crop circles in a spinning form here.
http://www.cropcirclexplorer.com/html/cropspins.html

The reason we do this with the designs is to reveal hidden shapes which also leads us to hidden codes within the design. The rate of rotation is also important as too fast and it gives the wrong impression too slow does the same thing and each design spins differently so we have to find the pattern for each which does take some time to do.

New formation Reported 19th April 2009

Friday, May 1st, 2009

This formation appeared at Roundway Hll near Devizes, Wiltshire.

Image Lucy Pringle copyright 2009

2009 Crop Circle season has begun!

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

The season has begun with several new designs appearing in rapeseed in Wiltshire, UK. The first reported on the 14th of April at the Ridgeway, near Averbury.  The first two photos courtesy and copyright of Lucy Pringle.

Image Lucy Pringle copyright 2009

Followed by another reported at West Kennet Longbarrow, near Avebury on the 19th of April.

Image Lucy Pringle copyright 2009

The third formation of the season was reported again near Averbury at Rutlands Farm on the 23rd of April.

Being quite a busy start to the season another formation was reported on the 24th at Morgan’s Hill, this time near Devizes!

And yet a 5th formation reported on the 25th of April at Liddington Castle Fort, near Chiseldon.

Picture coming soon….

So we see a very active April and beginning to the 2009 crop circle season!

Crop patterns an analytical program language

Monday, October 20th, 2008

Crop patterns or crop circles as many know them are in actuality analytical program designs used in analysing conditions in various elements and multiple conditions on the planet from human dna health and current state to soil conditions and atmospheric conditions of pollutants present. Water condition both of a salt mineral nature to fresh water condition. Aquafer conditions on water tables to plant and animal conditions.

So how does all this work and who is doing it.

Well some might be man made but the others are all advanced alien intelligence that is responsible for the existence not only of the human race but also many other current conditions that were created on this planet.

Now this might seem hard to accept but thats it in a nut shell.

Religious beliefs asside we are all made of genetic compositions created by intelligent life outside of this planet!

Now whether you wish to believe this all or not is irrelevent as there will be those that like to stick their heads in the sand like an ostrich but thats the way some are its easier to hide from truth than accept it.

The universe is a huge place and there are thousands of different life forms out there so wake up folks its time to smell the roses and open your eyes to the fact that we are not only being visited and the governments know it but also that we are being directed to a better future time.

In 2009 patterns will emerge that are not man made ad the evidence will be obvious and also impossible to do by hand. As many man made egoists try to get in the way in UK specific patterns will appear away from human habitation in areas and at a size that is not feesible by hand and witnessed by some to happen.

As for Uk well lets just say 2009 season will be a wake up call to the local population as well as governement types as well as those who think they know whats what.

Me personally I will be here to watch the fun and see who shouts first!

Crop Circle Mandala wheels

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

Over the years we have been researching combinations of patterns that in a line drawing state have some remarkable effects in combinations of 8 in a group. Now we have incorporated them into Mandala wheels like the one beow as an example. All the designs are copyrighted so only available from us.

I would like to mention here that you cannot just take any 8 patterns and bunch them together as the results would not be known as well as many do not do anything.

We are the only research organization who has accurately worked on these pattern groups so if anyone else says they are doing it they are not as we are the only ones reporting on the discovery.

Have a look here!
http://cropcirclexplorer.com/html/geo_mandalas.html

This one arrived in a small time slot.

Friday, September 5th, 2008

east field 08

This showed up between 4.30am and 5.30am due to witnesses sitting next to the field. Someone even walked through the field around 5am and it was not there and had some remarkable lay forms.

Patterns from 2008

Friday, September 5th, 2008

Milk hill

This one arrived 8/8/08 below Milk Hill 08.

east field 08

This one appeared at the last minute in the East field just before the harvesters turned up.

Olivers castle this one also was late in the season. Checked it in a light rain which was the norm this season weather was not very good this summer.

Crop circles of 2008

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

We have seen the end of another season and busy as usual. Many patterns were visited by foks and the number of people looking has risen sharply over the past couple of years. Many who used to be a part of the crop circles and left are back and new people are discovering the designs all the time.

Some farmers as usual make it difficult to research designs by either destroying their own fields so folks cannot see the design or they just stop folks getting in. The right to roam anywhere in UK is a right and as long as the farmers livelyhood is considered I personally do not see a problem. I did however as normal and maybe even more so this year than any other see many people not take the farmers feelings and crop into consideration by just marching across the field and not following the tramlines that run through all of the fields. The tramlines by the way are the tractor tracks that are created by the farmer to allow him to spray of travel through the field.

So as usual there we a few who just did not get the message.

“FOLLOW THE TRAMLINES PEOPLE”

As for the patterns this year they were many and varied and showed signs of man made form but we have to say that even this is no longer a conclusive analysis of the patterns as even originals are taking on the characteristics of man made designs just to make many feel ore comfortable so care is taken in many areas these days when researching the patterns.

We look for other signs now that man made ones could not possibly have and only we know what they are. No point in spreading a secret we have found is there. Otherwise humanity tries to mimick it..

Meantime the work continues regarding the influence and design mechanics of the patterns. We are about to load some experiments with chladni plates for people to view and help you to better understand shape, design and sound as well as harmonic ranges, and their effects forming patterns.

More to come on that later. Watch this space for more on this.