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Crop Circles: The hidden truth

By Mindy Allan
Posted May 11, 2012 in Environment
What is the message that some unknown energy is trying to convey? The first crop circles reports started appearing in the 1970's in South England, and spread to other countries after the 1991. Twenty-six countries reported approximately ten thousand crop circles in the last third of the 20th century. Ninety percent of those were located in southern England. Since appearing in the media in the 1970's, crop circles have become the subject of speculation.
It has been found that some crop circles have been made by people. In the early 90's. Two men from South Hampton Doug Bower & Dave Chorley admitted they had been making crop circles for years. John Lundberg artist and documentary filmmaker founded "circlemakers" in the early 1990's, a UK based arts collective famous for covertly creating hundreds of the world's largest and most elaborate crop circles.
In 1995 Lundberg created the website to document his group's activities. In 2008 Lundberg teamed up with partner Rob Irving to write a definitive book on the art, history and philosophy of human crop circle construction, "The Field Guide". Irving and Lundberg were pioneers of the 'second wave' of circlemaking, following on from the earlier, simpler work of Doug and Dave. The book will leave the believer, and the non believer skeptical as to the truth behind crop circles.
Documentary maker Richard D. Hall, makes the compelling case that the British intelligence agency, MI5, is complicit in the manufacturing of crop circles. Evidence leads Hall to conclude that this is part of a deliberate psychological-operations campaign aimed at confusing the public about the nature and implications of crop circles. Richard Hall does not believe all crop circles are instigated by MI5 (or people in general for that matter). He, along with other researchers in the field, maintain that a significant number of crop circles simply cannot be explained in human terms when faced with rigorous scientific scrutiny.
Hall's film features the most objective British crop circle researchers in the business: David Cayton, Robert Hulse and Roy Dutton. Until now, their work has been kept largely out of the public eye. There is proof showing the difference between man made crop circles, and the ones that it are created by some unseen energy force.
A mechanical model built by Roy Dutton to demonstrates the way crop circles are produced and can be modeled on a computer. It is believed crop circles are created by some type of projected beam from above onto the crops. There have been a few people who have reported witnessing a crop circles being made. One person Albert Bull tells what he saw in his fields, and what he thought was some type of beam, or pole as he described it creating a design in his field.
David Cayton, Robert Hulse expose fake circles made by boards, some which some were designed so well, many were fooled. Collin Andrew, electrical engineer from the U.K., has been researching the crop circle phenomenon since 1983. Collin's has the largest continuous data base in the world on the subject and coined the term ‘crop circle’, now included in the English Webster dictionary.
It is believed that the government does not want people to become interested in crop circles, possibly because they open up the mind to thought, which winds up in the creativity category, which is something that is being eradicated. This being one of the few speculations of some that there is a conspiracy surrounding crop circles.
It is believed that some of the people who have been involved in making fake crop circles is funded by the government.
Research on John Lundberg, suggests that his organization is a private agency, that is funded by U.K. government. These efforts have worked, as crop circle news is not been talked about, or on mainstream news. Hiding what many believe is a higher form of life that exist beyond the atmosphere of earth.
At the 2011 Third Millennium International Conference, Jaime Maussan, Mexico's leading ufologist explains what he believes are messages in the crop circles,