Crop Circles: Quest for Truth
Non-human Intelligence is Communicating with us ... But What is the Message?

Crop Circles: Quest for Truth
Non-human Intelligence is Communicating with us ... But What is the Message?

Is it possible that crop circles are actually a message to the human species? A warning which we all know is true in the back of our minds?

What if crop circles are actually a real phenomenon? What if this message was actually coming from Earth itself?

Academy Award (R) nominated documentary filmmaker William Gazecki (Waco: "Rules of Engagement") offers a compelling and provocative look at the mysterious phenomenon of Crop Circles.

Full of never-before-seen footage and interviews with leading Crop Circle researchers and scientists, Crop "Circles: Quest For Truth is a fascinating, in-depth exploration of prevailing theories about the origin and nature of Crop Circles and the possible implications for us and Planet Earth.

An astonishing experience guaranteed to shift perspectives and alter perceptions of what is real.

Since appearing in the media in the 1970s, crop circles have become the subject of speculation by various paranormal, ufological, and anomalistic investigators ranging from proposals that they were created by bizarre meteorological phenomena to messages from extraterrestrial beings.

Twenty-six countries reported approximately ten thousand crop circles in the last third of the 20th century.

Ninety percent of those were located in southern England. Many of the formations appearing in that area are positioned near ancient monuments, such as Stonehenge.

Much like within the field of UFOs, there are many hoaxes in the field of crop circles. Reports indicate that approximately 5-10% of UFOs are truly unidentified and are unexplained.

This phenomenon is quite similar within the crop circles phenomenon. While many crop circles are hoaxes it would appear that some are not hoaxes. If 5-10% of crop circles are not hoaxes, then where do they come from?

Ley Lines

The location of many crop circles near ancient sites such as Stonehenge, barrows, and chalk horses has led many New Age belief systems to incorporate crop circles, speculating their existence in relation to ley lines.

Ley lines are alleged alignments of a number of places of geographical interest, such as ancient monuments and megaliths, natural ridge-tops and water-fords.

Their existence was suggested in 1921 by the amateur archaeologist Alfred Watkins, in his books Early British Trackways and The Old Straight Track. Watkins theorized that these alignments were created for ease of overland trekking by line of sight navigation during neolithic times and had persisted in the landscape over millennia.

In more recent times, the term ley lines has come to be associated with spiritual and mystical theories about land forms, including Chinese feng shui.

In 2001, a thousand scientists at the European Geophysical Union meeting signed the Declaration of Amsterdam, starting with the statement "The Earth System behaves as a single, self-regulating system with physical, chemical, biological, and human components."

In 2005 the Ecological Society of America invited Lovelock to join their Fellowship, and in 2006 the Geological Society of London awarded Lovelock with the Wollaston Medal for his work on the Gaia theory.

Nowadays the Gaia theory is being researched further, mainly in the multidisciplinary fields of Earth system science and biogeochemistry. It is also being applied increasingly to studies of climate change.

Gaia Hypothesis

Some have related crop circles to the Gaia hypothesis, alleging that "Gaia", the earth, is actually alive and that crop circles are messages or responses to stimuli such as global warming and human pollution.

It asserts that the earth may be modeled as if a single super-organism, in that earthly components influence each other and are organized to function and develop as a whole.

The Gaia hypothesis, proposes that all organisms and their inorganic surroundings on Earth are closely integrated to form a single and self-regulating complex system, maintaining the conditions for life on the planet.

The scientific investigation of the Gaia hypothesis focuses on observing how the biosphere and the evolution of life forms contribute to the stability of global temperature, ocean salinity, oxygen in the atmosphere and other factors of habitability in a preferred homeostasis.

The Gaia hypothesis was formulated by the chemist James Lovelock and co-developed by the microbiologist Lynn Margulis in the 1970s.

Initially received with hostility by the scientific community, it is now studied in the disciplines of geophysiology and Earth system science, and some of its principles have been adopted in fields like biogeochemistry and systems ecology.

This ecological hypothesis has also inspired analogies and various interpretations in social sciences, politics, and religion under a vague philosophy and movement.

Extraterrestrial Beings

There has been a connection with crop circles and UFOs for quite some time now. Many people have reported strange lights within the skies above crop fields at night and then the next day when the sun rises people see the crop circles within the fields. For some, crop circles are a message from an alien species.

It is believed that these messages have to do with the amount of damage and destruction there is on planet Earth. Many groups and individuals believe these messages are a warning. People have even reported a strange tingling feeling when standing in a crop circle. This tingling feeling might be attributed to UFOs landing within the fields which leave a left over residue.

Is it possible that the best way to send a message to the human race is by leaving mathematical patterns on the surface of the Earth? If a species was vastly intelligent it would probably leave messages such as crop circles for humans. It is believed they would have absolutely no interest with our governments or military.

Governments and military are not relevant with an intelligent species. They are irrelevant and obsolete.