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Echoed in all the world's faiths and traditions, Universal matter was created by sound: 'In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God', St. John reminds us. When our ancestors chose to symbolize the action of physical Creation they chose to do so with geometry: the circle as a representation of God, followed by the two overlapping circles as the act of separation between thought and matter. It is from the womb of this symbol- the vesica piscis- that all geometric forms common to sacred geometry are born.
Modern science has shown that these geometric rhythms lie at the centre of atomic structures. When Andrew Gladzewski carried out research into atomic patterns, plants, crystals and harmonics in music he concluded that atoms are harmonic resonators, proving that physical reality is actually governed by patterned arrays of sound frequencies. Even that primeval Hindu sound, the OM, from which is derived our modern term 'hum', when sung into a tonoscope produces the very geometric shapes attributed with 'sacredness'. Perhaps the most important of these shapes is the hexagon, upon which the Egyptian matrix named the Flower of Life is based. This series of outwardly-rotating divisions of the circle accommodate the branches of the building blocks of life, the amino acids. It has subsequently manifested as a crop circle.
Originally posted by Diplomat
But when it comes to crop circles I doubt Mother Earth is the one creating them. They are mostly done by people and I'd say it's possible that a small percentage may come from an unknown source.
But perhaps the greatest connection linking sound to the manifestation of crop circles lies in their greatest anomaly: the permanent bending of the plants' stems. In Canada during the 1960s, laboratory experiments measured the effects of music on plants by subjecting them to different strains of tones. Exposure to heavy metal music made the plants tilt in the opposite direction, whereas classical music lulled the plants toward the speakers. But in the case of Hindu devotional music- and the songs of Ravi Shankar, in particular- the stems bent in excess of 60º to the horizontal, perhaps the closest any human has ever come anywhere to achieving that right angle common to genuine crop circles.
Originally posted by fweshcawfee
Hmmm well if the Earth is actually an intelligent, thinking entity with the ability to communicate via creating messages on itself... then why doesn't he/she/it give some type of warnings before these huge Earthquakes happen?
Surely having had billions of years of practice, an intelligent and self-aware Earth would have learned how to monitor it's inner pressures and tectonic plate activity in order to predict quakes way ahead of time. So why didn't it give a little heads up to Peru a month or two ago about what was coming?
Going further, why would the Earth use cryptic symbols for it's messages? The Earth has had many millenia to observe all forms of communication on the planet, if it can make a huge and intricate diagram then it can spell out a message in the appropriate local language.
I like crop circles, I think they're really neat and interesting. But I don't think the planet itself is making them and even in the monstrous hypothetical sense that the Earth itself is making these crop circles, it's for a purpose that has nothing to do with communicating with mankind.
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
It is a theory that I came across probably fifteen years ago, and to be honest, it wouldn't be surprising to me. Author Freddy Silva has written extensively about how sound may be aiding the development of crop circles. Now, the earth emanates sound all of the time, so, it's not too hard to fathom that the earth's sounds may be forming these images.