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Alien Crop Circles

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Alien Crop Circles: Message to the Human Race

Alien crop circles and their messages for us.

In this video, you can see how a crop circle is created by some UFO orbs.

If some crop circles are real than are these crop circles a message to the human race or possibly a warning?

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 extraterrestrials. 

Crop Circles are defined as an area in a field of crops where the plants have been mysteriously flattened, usually overnight, into the shape of a circle or a more complex pattern.

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.

Some of the observed patterns have been revealed to be products of deception, artistic expression, and business or tourism interests. Some cases have been examined by a few researchers via the scientific method.

Fly over the crop circles of Wiltshire with Peter Sorensen. Explore the magic and mystery that surrounds the subject.

Probably one of the best videos you will ever get to see of the aerial footage of crop circles.

Crop circles are an event that no one can really fully explain, the governments position usually state that they are all hoaxes but that explanation cannot be used for some of the crop circles that have been discovered.

There are many theories to what may have caused crop circles throughout the world.

Those theories include:


Many crop circles have been proven to be created by people throughout the world. But this does not explain all the crop circles that have been discovered according to some.

In 1991, self-professed pranksters Doug Bower and Dave Chorley stated that they had started the phenomenon in 1978 by making actual circles on crops with the use of simple tools. After their announcement, in a demonstration the two men made a crop circle in one hour.

After the revelation of the hoax, crop circle-like patterns continued to be made and became more complex. Some even came to resemble extraterrestrials as portrayed by certain science fiction movies, fractals, and archaeological, religious, or mythological symbols.

Among others, paranormal enthusiasts, ufologists, and anomalistic investigators have offered hypothetical explanations that have been criticized as pseudoscientific by skeptical groups like the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry.


It is possible that certain types of weather phenomenon have created a pattern which would resemble a crop circle. This hypothesis probably originated from a 1880 publication in Nature by investigator and amateur scientist John Rand Capron.

Part of the publication reappeared in the January 2000 issue of Journal of Meteorology:

"The storms about this part of Western Surrey have been lately local and violent, and the effects produced in some instances curious. Visiting a neighbour's farm on Wednesday evening (21st), we found a field of standing wheat considerably knocked about, not as an entirety, but in patches forming, as viewed from a distance, circular spots... I could not trace locally any circumstances accounting for the peculiar forms of the patches in the field, nor indicating whether it was wind or rain, or both combined, which had caused them, beyond the general evidence everywhere of heavy rainfall. They were suggestive to me of some cyclonic wind action...

Weather phenomena such as ball lightning, tornados and dust devils have all been claimed to be possible explanations to crop circles.

Many theories of crop circles being created by UFOs, orbs of lights and aliens have been looked at as a possibility. It is believed that if this is the case the reason why they would be creating such patterns would be as a possible warning of how we are treating the Earth.

Some believe they are markers or beacons for an alien race. Almost as if it is an area of importance. Others believe that it is some form of communication using math which is considered a universal language.

Other theories suggest that it is mother Earth herself communicating with us. This theory which is known as the Gaia hypothesis would suggest that Earth itself is a living, thinking entity.


In 2009, BBC News reported that Lara Giddings, the attorney general for the island state of Tasmania, stated that Australian wallabies had been found creating crop circles in fields of poppies after consuming some of the opiate-laden crop and running in circles.
Crop Circles of Wiltshire with Peter Sorensen

Crop Circles Documentary
National Geographic

crop cir·cle (plural crop cir·cles)

Definition: mysterious flat circle in crops: an area in a field of crops where the plants have been mysteriously flattened, usually overnight, into the shape of a circle or a more complex pattern

Crop circles have been appearing around the world for quite some time now. There are many theories regarding this strange phenomenon.

Many agree that hoaxers attribute to most of the crop circles throughout the world but does this explain all of them?

1996 Crop Circle Video Analysis - Oliver's Castle Glowing Balls of Light Footage

Detailed footage of a crop formation taken from Oliver's Castle, in Pewsey Vale Wiltshire on August 11th 1996.

This footage is an authorised VHS copy that has minor encoding errors for a short amount of time and jumps frames.

John Wayleigh was waiting at the Barge Inn in Honey Street on the morning of the formation with the film in his camera.

It is time to accept the fact that for whatever reason we are receiving complex mathematical geometric information and beautifully perfect art by intellegent balls of light.

Plasma with consciousness, precise microwave manipulation techniques and apparently less dense form.

Other evidence exists and authenticity simply cannot be challenged.