posted on Jun, 4 2009 @ 06:18 PM
I'm skeptical about crop circles because their complexity has evolved more or less in step with the evolution of our own technology.
It is possible that someone has some sort of microwave printing device somewhere, whereby they fly over an area, designate the coordinates and the
device bends the corn accordingly, by heating the stalks in the right place, bending them in the right direction. A lot of the circles seem to be
digital creations, made in black and white possibly and then fed into a machine the same way designs are fed into a water cutter for example in the
Or, in short, in no way do I think they are out of the realm of our possible technology.
And of course, I think most of us know it, there seems to be a force in ufology out there just for deception, to paraphrase Jacques Vallé. This could
be just disinformation by the elites hoping to see a religion. The Jellyfish for example looks like an Umbrella, and the umbrella can be interpreted
as another symbol which says the same thing as the illuminati pyramid, Umbrella systems are when you have various organisations under the control of a
ruling body, like the University systems. I'm speculating of course, with no intention to make gospel.
While I like crop circles I've never seen one that has told us anything our civilization didn't know already. It's geometry, possibly mated with
technology. The jump to aliens or hyperdimensional beings or gaia or whatever seems a bit far fetched in the light of Occam's razor.
I could be wrong, but I think this is all an elaborate hoax and a distraction from more mundane corruptions.