Crop Circles

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Aerial view of a crop circle in Switzerland

Crop Circles appear to be one of the first physical manifestations of co-communications between the Earth, the water, human consciousness, and other dimensional beings. Spinning plasma vortices of high frequency energies blend together to perfection and deliver messages to assist our evolutionary transformation. These visual masterpieces and templates have been laid into acres of wheat, canola, barley and corn year after year all over the world.

More than half of the most prolific Crop Circles in the world have occurred within 40 miles of the ancient Avebury Stone Circle in Wiltshire England, which includes Stonehenge. More than 90% of the Crop Circles were located over aquifers (underground pools) which is notable. Three underground streams meet in the center of the ancient Avebury Stone Circle, which is also where the famous Michael and Mary ley lines cross.[1]

Crop Circles in UK

A crop circle or crop formation is a pattern created by flattening a crop, usually a cereal. The number of crop circles has substantially increased from the 1970s to current times. There has been little scientific study of them. Circles in the United Kingdom are not distributed randomly across the landscape but appear near roads, areas of medium to dense population and cultural heritage monuments, such as Stonehenge or Avebury. Formations are usually created overnight, although some are reported to have appeared during the day. In contrast to crop circles or crop formations, archaeological remains can cause cropmarks in the fields in the shapes of circles and squares, but they do not appear overnight, and they are always in the same places every year. [2]


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Platonic Solids