Crop Circles

The Crop Circle shapes always fascinated me. Have read discretely about crop circles. Sometimes they relate it to a UFO, sometimes to a man made marvel. Truly, this one’s an Urban Legend.

Wiki defines crop circles as

Crop circles are patterns created by the flattening of crops such as wheat, barley, rapeseed (also called “canola”), rye, corn, linseed and soy.

Various hypotheses have been offered to explain the formation of crop circles of unknown origin, ranging from the naturalistic to the paranormal. The main naturalistic explanation is that all crop circles are man-made, primarily as a hoax. Paranormal explanations suggest that, while some crop circles are man-made, others are the product of alien spacecraft or supernatural processes.

Early examples of crop circles were usually simple circular patterns of various sizes. After some years, more complex geometric patterns emerged. In addition to circle designs based on sacred geometry, some of the later formations, those occurring after 2000, are based on other principles, including fractals. Many crop circles now have fine intricate detail, regular symmetry and careful composition, and elements of three-dimensionality have been introduced.

This is another mystery that has not been completely resolved… I wonder how many such mysteries exist and when would they finally be resolved.

1 Response to “Crop Circles”

  1. October 12, 2009 at 3:16 pm

    These are amazing times for sure! I’ve decoded some of these more recent crop circles on my blog. Check it out at http://h20healer.com/blog these circles are amazing transmitters of information from beyond our planet. Some have single and others have multiple messages.

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