There are a number of theories circulating about the crop circles and their origins. Here are just a few possible explanations.
One opinion which seems to keep rising to the surface is that there has to be a "ground component" to this whole phenomena. A number of facts
support this idea. The stalks are bent at 90 degrees at a consistent distance with respect to the topsoil (1 inch is typical). The CC sites are
located on ley-lines and points connecting other geographic features (i.e., roads, sacred sites, farmer's plough marks, etc). One researcher has
reported that there is a 90% correlation with water from the ground....and the beginning of the plant stem is arguably the locale for the highest
density of flowing H2O throughout the plant. Anyone who wishes to pay respects to Gaia as the mother of this whole invention may also do so at this
juncture....there is ample room for telluric forces and gravity effects. (The stalks do fall downward, after all is said and done!)
That is a more common theory of the miraculous circles
Basically, Alfven waves are ripples or propagating waves on top of plasma-vortex structures. The vortex structures themselves form spontaneously
within a plasma from shear flows and instabilities. Once formed, however, they can propagate waves in various modes, as well as deliver momentum
across large distances. How does this relate to crop circles? A plasma-vortex structure such as a toroid, or a moving spiral, can explain the gentle
"groomed" appearance of the plant stalks after a formation has occurred. The stalks show no mechanical chafing or damage, which would be the case if
struck by a sudden whirlwind or tornado. I believe that Alfven waves create the final "push" which pulsates along the axes of vortex structures. How
these are generated, and where they begin is still quite an intriguing mystery.
Don't get me wrong, I am not saying it is not a good answer but I don't entirely believe in the validity of this theory.
Furthermore, Dr. Levengood performed an analysis of seed embryos from the glumes (husks) of the plant heads. In 40% of the glumes he found seed
deformation of some kind as compared with the controls. "Most of these deformations can be explained by premature dehydration of the seeds,"
according to Dr. Levengood. However, a large fraction of these glumes showed "alterations" which he has assumed are genetic, but are rare conditions
of "polyembryony" and arrested growth of the embryos without the next layer of endosperm. To study this condition further, he has proceeded to grow
new generations of these affected seeds, and the results have been remarkable.
Not only are the seeds altered in some way the stalks suffer from, for lack of a better word "blowout" which means there was tremendous pressure
within the stalk which caused the "blowout"
Some people have actually seen the circles being made, like this gentleman
An eye-witness case from South Wales was brought to the attention of researchers in 1991 following a letter to the Sunday Mirror. This was on farmland
at Cilycwm, 6 km from Llandovery, Dyfed.
Mr William Cyril Williams wrote: "With reference to the corn circles mystery I actually witnessed one being made. I was standing in a cornfield one
morning and saw a whirlwind touching the ground and forming a circle in the corn. It was just the strength of the wind in the whirlwind that formed
The event happened in the late 1940's when he worked on his father's farm, Penfedw Farm at Cilycwm. He was then in his twenties. The area is
surrounded by hills on all sides, and circles had been seen there "frequently". On this occasion, a weekday in August, at about 10.30 to 11 in the
morning [or circa 0930-10 GMT] Mr Williams had gone into the wheat field on harvesting day in advance of the cutting and binding machinery, and was
crossing the middle of the field when he heard the buzzing noise of a whirlwind starting up only a few metres away. He then saw a spinning mass of air
with dust in it, and, as he watched, in a matter of "only a couple of seconds or so the wheat fell down producing a shard-edged circle 3 to 4 metres
in diameter". It looked just like the other crop circles he had seen before except that this one was completely flat-bottomed whereas some of the
earlier ones had stalks standing at their centres like a conical pyramid. The vortex then died out rapidly, but during its brief lifetime (under 4 or
5 seconds) it remained at the same place.
A few crop circles have been made by two men with boards and ropes as we have all seen done before just for s&g's But other more detailed ones remain
unclaiimed and some people have even seen white orbs floating above the circles at different times of the day. Their are even a few lucky viewers who
saw it while filming the circles and trying to decipher their origin. Not only are the circles complex in design but they also follow a fifth theorum
So what do you think about the theories and/or your own?
Are aliens, crackheads with boards or mother nature the cause of these amazing works of art?