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Originally posted by scubagravy
They seem way too articulate for us mere humans to create
Originally posted by questioningall
That is one gorgeous crop circle and in my non Expert opinion, if a design is used over and over, I would think that some message is trying to be relayed to all of us non Expert people on Earth.
As we hurtle towards the allegedly paradigm shifting year of 2012, the cultural swing back towards the irrational is well under way. The British media seems to have fallen back in love with crop circles this summer, with major coverage in The Guardian, Telegraph, Daily Mail and on the BBC to date.
There's been some hilariously bad reporting, such as the BBC initially reporting that the so called 'Jellyfish' crop circle (See photo on right) had caused £600,000 worth of damage! At most 2 tonnes of crop was actually flattened, the current grain price is around £120 per tonne so that's £240 of crop, quite a bit short of the stated £600,000. Great reporting from the BBC. Admittedly they have now revised that figure down to £600 in the article - which is still too high - after I pointed out their howler.
Originally posted by Acidtastic
Strange looking one, I'm not sure what to make of it. Looks like a swallow, or some type of bird at the "front". No idea what the rest is supposed to mean. Does anyone know a good site for symbolism in ancient cultures?
[edit on 4/7/2009 by Acidtastic]