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aliens? plasma-vortex? sound imprints? transdimensional communication?
art? hoax? does it matter?
last updated August 15th, 2004 and is permanently morphing...
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604 entity Crop Circles aka Pleiadians
Members: Max Lanfranconi, C. Paterno, M. Begotti, A. Rizzo, Francesco Damato, Filippo Scrmizzi
Different Species (off of _Psychedelic-Voodoo_
Full Mental Jackpot KICK58
Full Mental Jackpot EP AURA001
Lunar Civilisation AURA003
sample: "Personally, I'm convinced that there must be many, many higher civilizations in this enormous and incredibly ancient universe of ours." (Arthur C. Clarke quote)
pun on the film _Full Metal Jacket_ directed by Stanley Kubrick
Crop Circles are entheogenic. If they are fake, it might be the only true art form left (and possibly the grandest ever conceived and executed). If it falls under the notion of "prank", by definition, it must remain anonymous. Those who claim the work, when demonstrating their technique, fall miserably short of the intricacies involved, especially in the dark, clandestine, and with a time limit. There are no mistakes, and they are always complete, finished within a matter of hours, and no-one being able to spot them in the process. The most aesthetically pleasing ones defy explanation, no matter how you look at it. In order for this art to be effective in its intention, no credit must be taken, painstaking planning and implementation are involved, and skilled stealth techniques must be practiced and acquired. There is no school for this. The real art school seems to be the earth and its fields of grain and stalk. You can't sell it, it's temporary, and it transcends the ego driven, heroin induced, and very urban "artist mystique". The experience, the work, speaks volumes beyond words. - @Om* 10/3/01
THE Double Helix CROP CIRCLE from The Kryon Quarterly
On June 17, 1996 a spectacular crop circle was
discovered in England. The formation looked strikingly similar to the
blueprint for human DNA. The circle measured 648 feet
long, with a double-helix type design, and appeared in a field of
The final crop circle formation of 1997, was the "Strange
Attractor" fractal at Hackpen Hill
. The term means "an irreducible invariant set that attracts
the trajectories of all nearby points." This term was used byTerence
McKenna to describe the "Omega Point,"
which sucks our evolutionary trajectory
towards it, like the plughole at the end of time.
timetunnel July 15, 1995 Cissbury Ring
Crop Circle formation near Stonehenge
Stonehenge Julia Set. First reported on 7 July
1996, this impressive formation apparently appeared
within the space of half-an-hour or so, in broad daylight, right next to
one of the most visited sites in the world. Measuring 900 by
500 feet, with 151 circles, the glyph was visited by thousands of
people. The farmer wisely chose to charge an admission into the
field, and recouped the cost of his damaged field many times over.
This intricate glyph was one of two Julia Sets to appear in the summer
of 1996, and was linked to fractals, and
possibly chaos theory (or
even the new vogue of chaos magic).
Stonehenge is one of a number of places that attract crop circles over
and over again through the years, along with Silbury Hill, the Punch
Bowl at Cheesefood Head and East Field at Alton Barnes, to name a
few. HOwever, Stonehenge appears to be one of the pivotal points
in the world of crop circles, with a majority of the formations
occurring within a forty-mile radius of theWorld Heritage site.
- _The Crop Circles of Wessex_
structure is found on Nordic Bronze Age altars and in
prehistoric Egypt. is also
a heraldic sign known as a mirror. As a Bronze Age
ideogram it was most probably a sun symbol.
Compare with the Mayan cross, , and with , found in ancient Troy and made up of five sun signs and an arrow cross.
In eighteenth-century chemistry this sign was used for saccharum or sugar.
The same structure, but with a filled inner circle, , is a modern German map sign for radio beacon (the sign is a synonym).
In August 12 1989 this structure was a crop circle in southern England.
In his extensive database, leading crop circles researcher Colin Andrews notes several accounts of a trilling sound heard by people prior to witnessing crop circles forming. The reports describe a total stillness in the air; the morning song of birds stops, proceeded by a trilling sound and the banging together of wheat heads despite an absence of wind. The crop then lays down in spiral fashion, the whole episode lasting no more than fifteen seconds.
This sound was eventually captured on magnetic tape
and analyzed at Jet Propulsion Lab (located in Pasadena,
California, started by Jack Parsons) as
mechanical in nature and beating at a frequency of
5.2kHz. The same sound had been previously heard by a BBC cameraman
whilst recording an interview near a crop circle, shortly before
crossing the formation's threshold which proceeded to render two $50,000
TV cameras obsolete. Obviously, if sound is a main component in the
creation of crop circles it can certainly be interacted with.
A quote from Freddy Silva of Crop Circular:
"This coincidence echoes the repeated claims by many
channelers/mediums/sensitive people at the beginning phase of the
phenomenon that the Earth is undergoing a change in frequency
- a raising in the Earth's vibrationary rate, a sentiment also shared in
the prophesies of native tribes around the world concerning Earth
changes of this period. Further corroboration comes from whose recent soundings of Earth from space
record a rise in the frequency 'hum' emitted by the planet."
Crop-circle articles that appear in scientific journals, when they appear at all, are usually of the debunking variety. But here follows the abstract from a recent paper printed in a European journal. It presents data that could lead to a technique for separating "real" crop circles from hoaxes.
(Levengood, W.C.; "Anatomical Anomalies
in Crop Formation Plants," Physiologia Plantarum, 92:356, 1994. Cr. N.
On one hand, mainstream scientists, when they deign to notice them at all, pronounce that all crop circles are the work of hoaxers, as in the article by J.W. Deardorff referenced below. On the other hand, several books and a flood of reports in fringe publications claim that the crop circles, particularly the complex ones, are evidence that extraterrestrial intelligences are attempting to communicate with us. There is also a middle ground upon which stands G.T. Meaden, a physicist, and a few other scientists. Meaden has summarized this third position in the following paragraph:
"...we believe that the
formation of real crop circles is a rare phenomenon resulting
from the motion of a spinning mass of air which Professor Tokio Kikuchi has modelled
by computer simulation and calls a nanoburst. This disturbance could involve the
breakdown of an up-spinning vortex of the eddy or whirlwind type. On this theoretical
model such a process leads to plain circles and ringed circles---types which are
known from pre-hoax times in Britain and other countries, and are the only species
which credible eye-witnesses have seen forming. All other so-called crop circles
reported in the media news in recent years are likely to be the result of intelligent
hoaxing, while the so-called paranormal events to which Deardorff alludes are nothing
but the consequence of poor observation and/or exaggeration by susceptible mystics
and vulnerable pseudoscientists. In the absence of hoaxing the subject would still be
unknown to the general public because the average number of real-circle reports per
annum is small (indeed in some years it may be zero)."
(Meaden, G. Terence; "Crop Circles: The Real and the Hoaxed," Weather, 47:368, 1992. Deardorff, J.W.; "Crop Circles: Someone Had to Say It!" Weather, 47:142, 1992.)
The Crop Circular - Is sound behind the creation of crop circles?
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