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The crop circle pictured above appeared suddenly and mysteriously near Stonehenge one day in July 1996 in broad daylight. A pilot flew over the field at 5:45 pm and saw nothing out of the norm. A gamekeeper and security guard also noted nothing unusual  in the field at 5:30pm, yet by 6:00pm a huge crop formation was being spotted by passing tourists. The formation was a 915 foot spiral of 151 circles that form a complex pattern across the field. This crop circle appeared out of nowhere on a busy A303 road.  This formation happened sometime within a 15 - 20 minute time frame, and on a sunny afternoon in the English coutryside, thus demonstrating that not all crop circles appear at night, as was previously thought.  See Lucy Pringle's website

Many people think that crop circles have been explained away as hoaxes, having been made by eccentric individuals with rollers or planks attached to ropes. Researchers can tell the difference between a hoaxed crop circle and one that is unexplained. The most unusual aspect of the unexplained crop circle is that the stems of the plant are neither cut or crushed, and the wheat or barley stems are bent at an angle. The grain stems are actually folded close to the ground and lie horizontally in one direction.  These bends are 2 - 3 centimeters above the ground.

Visit this link for further information: Crop-Circles.eu

To date, no one has determined the cause of crop circles, and they remain one of the mysteries of our often puzzling world. Some speculate that they are caused by plasma or magnetic fields, gravity fluctuations, or intellegent beings from an interdimensional realm.

For the latest Crop Circle images, visit Steve Alexander's web site: Steve Alexander's web site


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