Friday, September 19, 2008

Crop Circles - what are your thoughts?






Reported August 8, 2008, below Milk Hill, near Alton Barnes,
Wiltshire, England. Andreas Muller, Editor of Kornkreise-forschung.de/ reports,
“I estimate the total axis length to be about 250 to 272 meters (820 to 892 feet).”
Aerial image Lucy Pringle. Also see: Cropcircleconnector.com. or click here.
Left 2008: Spanning eight tramlines, which might total 640 feet wide, this Celtic cross was reported on August 15, 2008, in an Etchilhampton Hill wheat field near Devizes, Wiltshire, U. K. Aerial image © 2008 by Steve Alexander. Right 2006: Mayan Lamat formation in wheat at Etchilhampton Hill, near Devizes, Wiltshire, England, reported on August 15, 2006. Estimated diameter was about 300 feet.


August 18, 2008 - Pentagram or The Pentagon in Bedfordshire, U. K.?

5-sided geometry surrounded by delicately tapered crescents,
reported on August 14, 2008, at Barton Le Clay, Barton Springs, Bedfordshire.


No sunspots, September 2, 2008.
For the first time since June 1913, our sun has gone a whole month
without a visible sunspot. The minimum of solar cycle 23 was 1996 and NASA
says solar cycle 24 began on December 11, 2007. Image courtesy SOHO.
September 2, 2008: Still No Sunspot Action on the Sun.
- UCLA's Mount Wilson Observatory reports this is the first time
since June 1913, ninety-five years ago, that our sun has gone
a whole month without a visible sunspot.

6 comments:

dieter said...

Call me crazy but i just cannot believe aliens would come all the way to our little planets and make these crop circles (in the dark of night)and the return home...no it sounds like something only humans would do. Still they are pretty and its keeps people entertained.

Sue said...

I love them, I know it must annoy farmers, to have this happen to their field, and have alsorts of enthusiasts wanting to examine the lastest crop circle. Are they made by visitors from outer space, just having their bit of fun, or perhaps leaving their own form of messaging, or by some joker, I doubt if we will ever know. For me, some of them are a little intricate and precise, for someone on the ground. I'm going for the romantic version, of someone from outer space.

Anonymous said...

I just dont think a couple of people in the dark can do this overnight?

dieter said...

So are you thinking some kind of outerspace landscape gardeners are flying around the universe making life hard for farmers..lol intricate and precise,yes thats the point,they are man made.how i dont know for certain.Its nice to think aliens want top visit our little plant but surely if the same all this way a hello would have been nice.

Patty said...

I think they are maps Dier, and we need to take notice, eventually. They are already here. Remind me to tell you of the day I saw a UFO.

dieter said...

Oh patty they might be maps but they are put there by humans.IF Aliens came from such a varst distance it makes no sense for them to put maps in wheat fields, think about it. how long does a crop last?weeks. I thought I saw a UFO and nobody beleived me ''sneaky sound system''