Crop circles are seen by some to be foreshadowing our planetary end, a “fair warning” given before our environmental self-destruction, before a Christian apocalypse. Most of those researchers, and others involved closely with the phenomenon, express some measure of this sentiment.
The amazing crop circle appeared in Raisting near the Ammersee, Bavarian, Germany, 50 kilometers from Munich on July 18, 2014, and next to a satellite ground station for the US-firm “Emerging Markets Communications Inc. (EMC)”.
This amazing crop circle that appeared on July 16, 2014 at Forest Hill near Marlborough, Wiltshire may depict the internal energy pulse required for a space vehicle to achieve time-space displacement during the travel in space. The phenomenon of internal energy pulse was first observed in the UFOs while they were watching the STS-75 “Tether Incident” in February 1996. Read more….
Thousands of extraordinary geometric patterns have appeared in crop fields in more than 50 countries throughout the world. The crops are not cut or broken, but are laid flat, sometimes six inches above the ground, and swirled into a precise and exquisite pattern. These astonishing formations are referred to as crop circles. This clip from THRIVE includes a visual collage of some of the patterns to help give a sense of the magnitude and sophistication of these circles, and to inspire others to consider the implications.
Video of crop circle that appeared in a wheat field on July 8, 2014 at Hackpen Hill, near Winterbourne Bassett, Wiltshire, UK Design is imperfect with blunted triangles around the perimeter of the circle and a jagged crescent in the center. It’s approximately 189 feet in diameter.
A new star crop circle formation in wheat is the second to appear in East Sussex in 2014. It lies around a quarter of a mile west from the famous ‘Long Man of Wilmington’ emblem, the origin and age of which remains a mystery in itself. Aerial shots reveal a pentagon motif containing a central star and radiating semi-circles, neatly laid out. The figure is composed of a pentagon-pentagram dual with the vertices of the pentagon and pentagram aligned. As an approximation, it is about 150 feet in diameter.
MrGyro: We filmed this crop circle on June the 30th at Ackling Dyke, Nr Sixpenny Handley, Dorset. This is a wonderful formation, a top contender for best crop circle in 2014 so far.
A spectacular crop circle appeared at Banbury Rings near Wimborne Minster, Dorset, UK on June 17, 2014 and was filmed by MrGyro on June 18, 2014.
A mysterious 310-foot-diameter crop circle that appeared in a farmer’s barley field in Chualar, Calif., as 2013 ended puzzled the public for more than a week. It remained a mystery until Jan. 5, when at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the real circle makers stepped forward: a marketing team hired by computer-graphics company Nvidia. The “crop circle” was not an astronomical calendar forewarning of an impending comet, but instead a drawing of the company’s new Tegra K1 processing chip. A small team of British crop-circle artists created the complex pattern expertly and without detection. It was a great publicity stunt, and one that left many people wondering how experts could have been fooled.
ET visitors, crashed UFOs and back-engineered alien technology… Mirage Men has all the makings of a classic UFO flick you’d want to watch inside an aluminium-foil lined RV somewhere in the Nevadan desert on a dark and stormy night.
Aerial video footage and images of a remarkable crop circle found on August 23, 2013 at Cooks Plantation, near Beckhampton, Wiltshire, UK. A few of the more remarkable aspects of this crop circle include: “facial recognition, the use of split wedges to give calendar dates, and field location near the centroid of a large, 30-60-90 triangle.”
The innermost part of the Etchilhampton Hill crop circle on August 19, 2013 seems to show “transfer of dust or gas in a binary star system” as a precursor to a supernova or exploding neutron star.
3 stunning crop circles appeared in the UK on August 12-13, 2013: one in Worcestershire, and two in Wiltshire.