by Christopher W. Evans,
Crop circles have been appearing in fields across the world as far back as 1667, “Strange News Out of Hertfordshire” ran the headline of the earliest find, now known as ‘The Mowing Devil’.
The crop circle phenomena has been increasing exponentially since the 1970’s and the response from the general media and governments has been to launch a campaign to dispel any truth to the suggestion that some of these may in fact be genuine.
Bower and Chorley, a couple of ‘pranksters’ whose claims to have been behind the creation of many crop circles since 1978, have only added weight to this notion, and crop circles have consequently slipped into the trivia and harmless fun category in the minds of many.
It’s actually quite astonishing that the media has by and large successfully managed to keep further investigations into their authenticity very limited and not taken particularly seriously by the mass consciousness.
The public are now somehow expected to believe that an individual or individuals in the dead of night, using primitive tools and apparatus, then went on to produce these designs, that on closer scrutiny are creations of such perfect mathematical symmetry, that actually amount to modern-day masterpieces, and with not a blade of corn broken, then managed to leave the area without even an entry or exit trail in sight… that really is some leap of faith!
In a court of law, if similar evidence were presented to the jury, it would be considered conclusive proof of guilt or innocence of the accused, and yet we are able to abandon all logic in this case on the media and government’s say so. When far from being a hoax perpetrated by the few, there may be more to this than meets the eye.
A fairly recent find that appeared overnight at Torino Airport in Italy on June 23rd 2015, another creation of intricate beauty, that experts believe would have taken at least 15 people to produce and at break-neck speed to avoid detection, had a message in binary code embedded within it which read, “timeo ET ferentes!”, which translates as “Beware of ET bearing gifts!”. This message clearly appeared to predict alien contact in the near future.
Again, we can always write this off as just another hoax, but to be forewarned is to be forearmed, and the common sense approach may be to at least realize there may just be hidden meanings within these crop circles and that perhaps we should all sit up and take notice.
About the author: Christopher is based in the U.K. and is the author and founder of Critical Eye, a website dedicated to societal issues, international affairs and other topics. www.criteye.com
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