Research by Greg Jefferys has revealed evidence of the strange circles in the English countryside at least 33 years before hoaxers took credit for any crop circles.
Visually stunning video containing a compilation of the best best crop circles that appeared during 2012. “I’ve compiled the following footage from my favorite list of some of the newest and the most intricate crop circle designs I’ve seen. Enjoy and pay attention to how our Earths magnetics are displayed and mapped out to change.” – Izabela Bien
A new crop circle was reported in Mexico on September 23, 2012. The circle is roughly 52 meters in size and consists of multiple triangles lining an outer ring, with three horizontally aligned circles and two curved horn-like designs inside the ring. View more photos
Another crop circle was reported on August 26th, 2012 in Hackpen Hill near Broad Hinton, Wiltshire. The formation displays three sides of what can be assumed is a six-sided cube which is defined by a grid pattern of 36 squares on each face of the cube. The borders of each face also have arrow-like symbols [...]
Another crop circle was reported in Wiltshire on August 23rd, 2012. The formation was found in Oxleaze Copse, near Stitchcombe, Wiltshire and has a symmetrical design that consists of circles outlining a square shape, a middle line which intersects nine others which seems to lay on top of a larger circle that is placed in [...]
A new crop circle was reported on August 20th, 2012 in Woodborough Hill, near Alton Barnes, Wiltshire, England. The formation design consists of a four-pointed circle shape which is eclipsed by another circle which has an eye-like symbol. The elements found in this new crop circle are similar to others recently discovered in the Wiltshire area.
A new crop circle was reported in Wappenbury, near Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England on August 15th, 2012. The formation is hexagonal in shape and is comprised of numerous circles of varying size that outline the hexagonal shape and create six evenly divided sections in the middle of the crop circle. The smaller circles also add finer details to the snowflake-like design.
A crop circle was discovered on August 9th, 2012 near Winchester, Hampshire, England. The design of the formation is relatively simple, consisting of a repeating pattern of lines and loops within a square, which is housed inside a larger circle.
Wiltshire, England’s newest crop circle was reported on August 5th, 2012 in Milk Hill near Stanton St. Bernard. The formation consists of an outer ring with a design in the middle of it that could be described as a flower-like, swirling vortex. It should also be noted that the fallen plant stalks in the space both inside and outside the center symbol have an intricate, almost woven pattern.
Wiltshire, England is home to yet another crop circle. This new formation was reported on August 1st, 2012 in Avebury Stone Circle, Wiltshire.
The design of the formation includes multiple circle shapes strung together into 3 different snake-like patterns that seem to be orbiting a central circle.
A crop circle was reported on July 29th, 2012 in Andechs Abbey, Bavaria, Germany. The formation does indeed have a circular shape with a pointed-edge, star-like symbol in the middle. The outside ring of the circle also has intricate “zipper” patterns embedded along the perimeter.
A new crop circle was reported in Allington, near All Cannings, Wilthsire, England on July 29th, 2012. This formation is a combination of circle and crescent shapes overlayed on top of a cross symbol. The farmer does not want anyone visiting this formation.
A new crop circle was reported on July 28th, 2012 in Etchilhampton, near Devizes, Wiltshire, UK. The formation features numerous individual circles arranged in two main crescent patterns, with the larger one enveloping the smaller one, and a line of circle shapes piercing through the two crescents.
If you really believe that all those formations are man-made then maybe you should try and convince me. I watched documentaries, read several publications and gave it a real deep end thought, and my conclusion is that most crop circles are definitely not the work of humans, especially those ridiculously complicated ones. I also think [...]
Two new crop circles were reported on July 26th, 2012 in Wiltshire, UK: one in Oliver’s Castle, near Divizes, and another in Hill Barn, near East Kennett.