Crop Circles: A Beginner's Guide (Beginner's Guides) by Hugh Manistre

By Hugh Manistre

An exploration of crop circles, offering feedback for private examine. It addresses: the historical past of crop circles; theories and factors; technological know-how and the circles; the "New Age", the magical and the circles; hoaxes; conspiracy conception; and up to date occasions and final mysteries.

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Crop Circles: A Beginner's Guide (Beginner's Guides)

An exploration of crop circles, offering feedback for private study. It addresses: the background of crop circles; theories and causes; technology and the circles; the "New Age", the magical and the circles; hoaxes; conspiracy conception; and up to date occasions and final mysteries.

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The observation post was owned by the army and two soldiers were in attendance throughout the operation, equipped with night sights. They were said to have been absent on the night that the hoax occurred. John Macnish says in his book Crop Circle Apocalypse that he equipped the soldiers with supplementary gear to conduct their own independent surveillance, following the hoax, and that they later shot some film of an unidentified light. Their position seemed ambiguous: they were said to be off duty, yet dressed in uniform.

In 1980 they chose a site below the White Horse at Bratton and were rewarded with a report in the Wiltshire Times. The following year the Punchbowl site at Cheesefoot Head was planted with crops and they were able to leave circles there. As the subject took off, they maintained some contact with circles' researchers, Bower claiming to have rung Andrews the morning after making circles to tell him of their 'discovery'. They often chose sites that they knew had associations with UFOs, such as Cley Hill near Warminster.

The hoax on Steven Greer is described in The Cropwatcher 15 by Robert Irving. Practice Is it possible that the government, the military and intelligence agencies are involved with the circles? 9. Psychology and the circles This chapter approaches the question of why people are interested in the circles and looks at the effects they have on humans! The connection between the mind and anomalous events is looked at, in the light of Earth Mysteries research, and we explore some of the motivations of human circlemakers.

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