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Crop circles

What do you all think or feel about them?

I believe these phenomenons are happening more and more within the last 30 years because of the specific dates that are pointing us towards our evolution.

Since the earth is like our physical bodies, it contains chakras like our bodies too. The heart center of the earth is located in Salisbury plains by Stonehendge. That symbolically represents how the earth is expressing itself through sacred geometrical patterns with wheat and barley grass. So above so below. We are just caught in the middle and need to pay attention to why things happen for a reason.

Joe Eigo, Indigo Society 16 Comments [12/7/2011 4:13:13 AM]
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What I think about crop circles?
That they're more difficult to make than it looks.
The damn twigs, they just want to stand back right up, and if they're not thoroughly dry they won't break. And if you think you can avoid damaging a cultivated field and use a wild grassy field, well you're wrong, that thing is full of shrubs, it just doesn't show from the street. Also these fields have several species and from the sky they look like a camouflage pattern, there's no way your crop circle will stand out.
You need to start planning, picking your field weeks in advance and monitoring the cereal's ripeness every other day to pinpoint the right moment to make it, or you'll have to wait for next year.
And these are my thoughts on crop circles. I hope it helps! :p

12/7/2011 5:07:32 AM

Percy Q. Shunn

12/7/2011 5:11:02 AM

D Laurier

The two college students who started the craze for making crop circles, have long since retired. The grandson of one has joined a crop circle making club though.

Crop circle making clubs now exist in most western countrys

12/7/2011 6:52:28 AM

Doubting Thomas

What do I think about them? I think they're made by people. Especially after some of them had admitted to it, and even filmed themselves using time-lapse photography making a detailed crop circle in the middle of the night.

I don't know why some people still insist on ascribing some cosmic or extraterrestrial origin to them. Some people want to believe in woo, even after you show them firsthand how it was done with ordinary means.

12/7/2011 8:17:54 AM


Crop circles are made by artistic people, you knob.

12/7/2011 8:42:21 AM

Ah, Indigo Society. You keep the long Winter nights fun.

12/7/2011 10:12:20 AM


You spelt Stonehenge wrong.

12/7/2011 10:27:38 AM


Oh hey, more silly new-age crap.

12/7/2011 10:51:33 AM


Interesting theory. Or it could just be that someone faked those crop circles with a rope and a plank of wood.

12/7/2011 11:25:01 AM


I just sort of pity this guy more than anything.

12/7/2011 12:03:21 PM


The cover of the Led Zep box set looked cool, though.

12/7/2011 1:17:29 PM


What do I think about crop circles? I think they’re pretty and trippy, and some of them are very creative and impressively intricate, but the people who make them should ask for permission first (unless they do it on their own land).

12/7/2011 1:32:07 PM

Huckster Sam

The Indigo Society.

Should they deserve some kind of a reward? I think they may be one of the larger CSTDT quarries we mine from.

12/7/2011 1:36:57 PM


So if the heart chakra is at Stonehenge, where is the erm...lowest chakra? Maybe Antarctica is sexier than I thought.

12/7/2011 8:24:24 PM

Brendan Rizzo

First, it's "phenomena", not "phenomenons". Also, "Stonehenge", not "Stonehendge".

Furthermore, crop circles are hoaxes. The original hoaxers admitted it and showed how they did in on national television (meaning that any later crop circles were created by further hucksters who saw their technique.)

...Eh, why do I bother. You're hopeless, especially since you're from the Indigo Society.

12/8/2011 7:07:38 AM

Last time I heard they were a FRAUD, in order to attract attention.

12/10/2011 4:54:19 AM

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