Originally posted by Eurisko2012
reply to post by 7redorbs
I have a question.
When you looked over the crop circle did you see any iron filings?
Was the wheat blown apart or just pushed over.
I'm glad we have someone on the ground that is posting here on ATS.
Me and my friend inspected several crop circles, my friend has obtained samples of crop from the site, I will have to check with him.
My friend challenged Jaime Maussan on the 'validity' of 'authenticity' of the site, in that, the crops inter-nodes did not appear to be bent.
The site had been very much stepped over when we visited it unfortunately, and we did not discover any iron filings. My friend was not convinced, but
I had a rather interesting premonition whilst walking up to the crop circle, if you could call it that, Jaime Maussan simply flicked through my mind,
and then - there he was. Obviously I didn't tell jaime that at the time, and no I'm not a psychic - just a weird synchronicity; and ironically the
greatest proof I have to date on the validity of crop circles.
1) no iron filings that we could see
2) no bent inter-nodes
3) I think that it looked like it was 'blown' in, because of the 'chaoticness' of the way it was formed, however that said, the crop seemed intact
(as to indicate no blowing over)
4) Jaime Maussan was convinced it was a 'genuine' formation
5) The only truly odd thing I have as experiential proof is an odd premonition approaching the circle. (my first and i've been to many circles).
I wasn't going to mention that last bit, but I thought what the heck!
I must say though the farmer seemed extremely eager to destroy the circle, and as you can see to the eye, it is not the most impressive or well
sorry it took so long to reply, just spotted this one pal!
[edit on 30-8-2009 by 7redorbs]