In the 1970s Carl Sagan and his SETI team broad cast a signal to space trying to catch the attention of passers by. The information was a plaque with basic data about the earth and humans, DNA & level of technology. A few years ago in a crop field next of a radio telescope in England the same plaque (crop circle) that was broad cast into space showed up in a wheat field. A few days later a similar but different parallel plaque appeared next the first plaque with what people believe is the corresponding data about the contactees. Next to the plaque was an image of the contactees and a message in basic computer ASCII coding in a CD format. The information is interesting, check it out! What do you think?
Interesting Crop Circle
I think there isn't a fair way to respond to this, but LOL.
OK, so aliens chose to render a modern age cartoon styled alien image with a supposed cd burn that would be ascii encoded(technologically, this means nothing btw. what is there is there, it makes sense or not depending upon how you read), and they picked up our language (they think it's Spanish?! Isn't that usually utf-8 or ISO-8859-1, not ASCII? I may be wrong) enough to do this to leave a good end-times despair pep talk message, but they can't just swing by and say hello in person?
Where did the energy come from to make this message if travel is impossible? It's absurdly precise artwork to be doing from afar.
If they picked up the language, there's no need for encodings using an imprint pattern we use for cd's. They'd just use the characters we use. Short of that, they'd at least be with the times and print it binary as a podcast so the hipsters could understand it. :)
There are interesting alien/earlier species stories out there with "real" evidence. I'll buy crop circles when I see one being done on the national mall in Washington DC while the president hands over the keys.
Great field artwork. My hats off to the people who do these. BTW, I can make these things in my wheat fields with a few choice products ahead of time, only for them to show up several days later. No big mystery. The mystery to me is why anyone would believe this sort of thing.
See. Divine Cosmos/David Wilcock.
+ Project Camelot. Mucho info on crop circles.
Someone needs to tell these aliens that paper and pen/cil are so much easier :)
What are your perceptions and conclusions? Seriously?
Look. If they were gathering information on us, the multitude of digital data that has been transmitted into space would be much more transparent. I highly doubt a sophisticated race would use crop circles over math or some equivalent digital signal to communicate with us.
When you go to another country.. do you try to speak their language as it is spoken or do you try to morse code?
10-4. Thank You.
Interesting. Doesn't seem feasible a group of kids could pull off these intricate designs overnight. Can't make heads or tails of this.
When it comes to images in the sky, however, I will view with the utmost skepticism. Anyone posted on Project Blue Beam yet?
Remember the spiral lights in Norway just prior to Obama's Peace Prize speech?
I'll admit I'm a huge skeptic of these things, and I've got a pretty closed mind when it comes to visiting aliens. What I do know is this: I can go into a field a year in advance with nitrogen fertilizer and make my designs by placing the N in my desired pattern. The following year, when the wheat or grain crop is at the right growth stage, bam! and over it goes all by itself with no humans or aliens around. That's what we in agriculture call lodging, and we do a lot of work to provide our crops with enough nitrogen, but not too much to create lodging. These people are true artists, and I look at their pieces as great artwork. Too bad for the farmer, though, as he has lost a lot of crop that he has worked hard for. Just like the illusionist on stage, these guys are very clever and good at what they do.
You been talkin' to these critters?
I have always thought about crop circles, but with new understandings, they seem to be quite intriguing to me as of now. I am also under the perception that this would be quite a skillful/ambitious gang of organized farmers/hooligans creating such patterns with such precision, never to gain any of the credit. If these are indeed hoaxes, then the authors are doing a very good job at "hiding."
However, if you take the perception that crop circles are a message from outer intelligence, then the very name we call it is a clue to why they are where they are....
How right in front of our face the message physically takes place in our food supply, yet nobody is to the wiser. If we were an aware planet that the food that is grown in masses is what we are dependent on to live, then the logical place to put a message would be in our source of life..... but we are still to distracted with all of the nonsense that has been spoon-fed to us.
The times are indeed shifting, and these patterns are indeed intriguing....
Interesting you bring up Project Bluebeam (holographic/special imagery that projects real-looking images -- i.e. aliens/a new diety is the theory). I guess it would at least be possible to think that crop circles are a carefully orchestrated "ritual" ordeal to create a sub-type of culture to believe that aliens are coming to save humanity. One in which would grow in an ever-increasing confused world, setting the stage for an "alien engagement." You have to have believers before you can unroll out project bluebeam, no?
There is a lot of stuff out there, and no one perspective is right in it's entirety. Just throwing this out there, as it came across my head while I was listening to the Michael Glickman interview.
P.S. - Project Camelot is infiltrated. IMO at least.
Intriguing is an excellent term for all of this. I've been intrigued for years now and my wall calendars at home and office display crop circle images. When I look at the images, I get sucked into them and they make me feel good. I just can't go for the alien argument simply because there is nothing factual to support it. By the way, I agree with you regarding Project Camelot because, on a gut level, I am totally turned off by the general content of their website. I can't accept the hoax argument either. If you've ever tried to stake a building footprint in broad daylight, you cannot accept that a bunch of drunks rolling home from the pub can re-create Mandelbrot's Julia Set in a field of grain at night in less than ten minutes. Personally I entertain a notion that these images are created by a combination of harmonics and light, the source of which is unknown but benevolent. The connection with food that you point out is also intriguing. Thanks for sharing.