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Dutch Butterfly Crop Circle Mystery 2010: New Footage.

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posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 11:40 PM

Dutch Butterfly Crop Circle Mystery 2010: New Footage.


New non-revealing video footage has emerged
allegedly showing the "making of"
the Dutch Butterfly Crop Circle.

It was broadcast on Dutch national TV
by the "BNN" channel, on Sunday the 10th of January,
in an entertainment show; "try before you die".

In the video below I've added
the complete item/footage
as it was broadcast during the show.

The length of the "crop circle item"
is about 6 minutes.

No publicity/announcement was made
before the broadcast of this item.

The program schedule briefly mentions
that one of the presenters, "Geraldine",
"is going to make some crop circles".

No other details are given.

They never mention any date
to when this "making of" allegedly took place?

They aren't specific about the location?

They do not even mention "xld-sign"?

In stead of 60 people,
now, they mention 100 people?

Watch the video and
see for yourself:

(click to open player in new window)

Below you can read more about "BNN"
and the program "try before you die".

I posted the info below one week ago
at the dedicated thread where the
Butterfly CC has been discussed so far,
going back to the 7th of August 2009:

Da Vinci Crop Circle ( The Netherlands )

Originally posted by Sol12

'xld-sign' may have a 'January surprise'.

posted on 2-1-2010 @ 12:15 PM


A 5/6 minute item will be shown on Dutch national TV
supposedly providing (a glimpse of) the 'making of' the Butterfly CC.

I've recently found out by talking to
a representative of a TV station named "BNN".

This has been an old rumor which
had never been confirmed in spite
of several people investigating it.

The representative was not willing
to provide any additional information,
besides stating, the broadcast would be in January,
neither anyone else was available to talk to.

So far, not any promotion/publicity
has been made about the broadcast of this item.

I've been waiting to post about this until there
would be some additional confirmation available.

Only some days ago I found an entrance
in the program schedule of BNN.

It briefly announces, among other items in this show,
one of the presenters is "going to make some crop circles".

It doesn't mention the Butterfly CC nor any other details.

The item will be broadcast during a sensationalist
trivial evening entertainment show this Sunday.

The show is called "try before you die".

About BNN:

BNN is known for trivial controversial programs
and heavy 'social engineering'
mainly targeting youth, with a lot of sex, drugs
and dubious/tasteless nonsense.

They are particularly known for staging a hoax
where a terminally ill lady was going
to donate her organs to the winner
of a live reality show/contest.

This particular national TV station (BNN) offers
an interesting gift to their new subscribers/members.

Euro 12,50 year membership, includes a pink..

Scroll down, view left:

For additional details,
follow link to full post:

The original video can be viewed
at the BNN website:


posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 12:28 AM
Aside from the obvious weirdness of aliens making buttefly humans (it makes much more sense if humans did.. not to mention, that EXACT design was found on a book), why would a bunch of people and stations try to cover it up? I wouldn't understand the point of them trying to do so.

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 12:49 AM
If this footage does prove that this crop circle was man-made... it really does go to show how good people have gotten at making them.

I think that the crop circle in the video is officially the biggest crop circle ever to appear.

I really did like this formation, and personally, I don't care who made it; whether it be aliens or people, the art is still beautiful in my eyes, and the messages trying to be conveyed are the same.

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 01:53 AM
Atlasastro put something similar to this up last week or so. It was funny actually. He laid all the evidence out and pointed to it all, and said "Look, here are the men making the circle". People don't want to hear that round here though. The believers are worse than the skeptics. It's a religeon to them. It's blind faith at its best. I dont know why an alien drawing in corn is so dam appealing to them. To me, it's scary. It means the aliens want us to starve and we already are/

Wah! The cheeseburger cat again LOL

[edit on 11-1-2010 by spinalremain]

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 02:22 AM
I agree with the OP that the footage is very questionable and it looks it was recorded long after the making of the crop-circle. They give no additional information or ask simple questions like:

Why this image?
Was GPS used?

And I ask myself:
Why no interviewing of other participants?
The helicopter footage looks staged/edited, because there is no footage of the woman and crop-circle together and different quality of footage.
Why no prosecution because it is an illegal action.

I don't say it wasn't man-made, but it wasn't done by those that claim that did it!

Here is the original broadcast for those that speak Dutch:

[edit on 11-1-2010 by Regenstorm]

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 02:44 AM
This footage is proof to me this was not man made.

No real clear footage is the red flag.

Thank you for posting

[edit on 11-1-2010 by watchZEITGEISTnow]

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 03:05 AM
reply to post by watchZEITGEISTnow

What or who do you think made it and why? I'd like to hear all the theories I can. Thx

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 03:27 AM
“Don’t miss it folks here is the part where they are making it”.

Next we are witness to scenes of boards in darkness that make half hearted attempts to squash some grass and...

This video in my opinion is nothing but the vain stupidity of various easily influenced people who wish to have some fame, perhaps cause a little controversy and then go home and have a party to slap each other on the back and compliment each other on being able to fool the world into thinking they created that vast crop circle. Throw in a pretty blonde and “hey presto” – I will believe anything!

In my opinion they had nothing to do with the original crop circle and it would be an insult to label these self serving fools as disinformation artists. If they were paid disinfo agents then I am suddenly much more confident that TPTB are slapstick specialising dumbbells and I never had anything to worry about.

Utter flaffle and piffle and made worse by that horrible soul crushing music. I was tempted to mute it but I wanted to be sure I missed nothing (even teletubbie music).

I am not angry, I am saddened that the human ego seems to be our worst enemy at times.

[edit on 11-1-2010 by SmokeJaguar67]

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 03:39 AM
the "masonry" and skill naturally needed as adept to make the circle claimed in the video is missing from all the "participants"; why in NOW would a tv show take credit for something BEFORE.were before they taking credit for the wonders of now?

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 04:56 AM
I would like to see them remake such an intricate design in daylight
While wearing very dark glasses that mimic the darkness of the night

Why ...because I sure did not see them make it in that video footage

All I saw was a few people flattening a small amount of corn in the dark

In order to coordinate such a project in the dark with a 100 first time inexperience corn flatteners
Would take an amazing achievement of total cooperation , coordination and discipline

Not saying they did not do it ...
just saying ...the video does not prove they did

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 05:18 AM
Some ccs are man made.
We already knew this.
Some aren't man made, that's for sure.
I would bet you would find 0 blown nodes AND many broken plants in these man made ccs unlike the Real ones.

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 05:24 AM
I believe this sums up the crop circle mysteries, I mean hey come on, this is the largerst one ever seen, and it's very elaborate, I myself went out to see it with a friend. If humans did this, than it's obvious who done all the rest. I know believers, I know as you all are going to say, it doesn't mean they did all of them...YES IT DOES!

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 05:30 AM
I watched it again and it tends more and more to be a hoax. During the entire broadcast only one board is being shown and it's demonstrated before they leave. During the ride no one has a board but they are all carrying aluminium broomsticks. Why does the woman stand in front of grassland in stead of a cornfield? Probably because it was recorded later that year and the corn was already harvested.
The woman doesn't look tired after such a hard night of work.
Just walk through a cornfield, you'll notice how difficult and tough it is just to walk because of the rough surface.

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 05:57 AM
reply to post by Regenstorm

No matter what, even if they showed how it was done all night, and how they all worked their butts off to get it done, you wouldn't believe, you would still find a reason to believe because it crushes all you guys hopes that aliens make the crop circles. It's going to be showed in detail sooner or later a team of people making them at night. Don't you understand the people making these things get a rush, and love the attention their circles get when they see them on the news, and see them on websites like ATS. Thats why they make them and stay silent, they love the attention and they love seeing people debate them, and most importantly they love seeing the exberts say that humans couldn't have done it, thats the frosting on the cake for them.

[edit on 11-1-2010 by Mr_skepticc]

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 06:52 AM
reply to post by Mr_skepticc

Well, I'm not in favour of the alien explanation, I tend to think more towards HAARP.

HAARP can scan the surface of the Earth.
HAARP can be comprimised to a destructive beam.
So it isn't unlikely that HAARP is capable to target specific areas with a certain amount of radio waves/frequency that pushes the corn down.
The evolution of design, first circles were not very complex and every year they get more and more complicated. It looks almost as if the software which controls it got updated every year.

[edit on 11-1-2010 by Regenstorm]

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 07:25 AM

Originally posted by watchZEITGEISTnow
This footage is proof to me this was not man made.

No real clear footage is the red flag.

Does this also prove to you that it was not made by Aliens or any other being, force or entity because there is no clear footage of that either?

Applying your logic to this creation concludes nothing except a lack of evidence.

Can you please explain how you came to your conclusion.


posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 07:31 AM
They didn't show the making of the whole cc right?
Just a couple minutes as usual?

As I said, almost 100% sure No blown nodes or bent ccs 90 degrees without breakage in a man made cc.
In a Real cc you will find these accuring however.
Some are man made and some aren't.

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 08:59 AM

Originally posted by Mr_skepticc
reply to post by Regenstorm

No matter what, even if they showed how it was done all night, and how they all worked their butts off to get it done, you wouldn't believe, you would still find a reason to believe because it crushes all you guys hopes that aliens make the crop circles. ...

I agree and will follow it up with a nerdy Life of Brian quote:

"Now you listen here! He's not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy. Now go away!"

This crop art is a very good example of why I think hoaxing is irresponsible and borderline evil. Even in the case of known things, take the Baluva test (announced in advance by the Russians), you will not convince some people otherwise. They've got their prophets (let's face it - how many would argue about that without their prophet David Wilcock having told them what to think). Disagreeing labels you a heretic (disinfo agent = heretic, closed-minded=heretic etc.)

Admittedly, nobody here is drinking poisoned soft drinks to meet the mothership, yet, but hoaxing or misleading believers can have unintended consequences.

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 09:42 AM
reply to post by Regenstorm

I might follow that path long before I would aliens, its clear by looking at crop circles their man made. I believe if an advanced race of aliens could zoom around the galaxy, do as they please, and full of technology they would do something other than press wheat down to make pretty little swirls and such in a field. Wouldn't it be simple for them to say tap into our satelite feeds and antennas and give us a straight out message like "hi earth people, we have come along way to get here and see ya."

posted on Jan, 11 2010 @ 10:02 AM
reply to post by Mr_skepticc

Man, you picked a good name for yourself! Actually, if I saw the filming of the making of one of these INTRICATE crop cirlcles, I'd believe they were manmade, but we have yet to EVER see that. The only films I've seen are rather pathetic, simple designs that took all night to make. And those people received their 15 minutes of fame making a documentary so it was a grand idea, but proves nothing to me. Actually, I am rather artistic, I could probably draw a beautiful fruit bowl on canvas, but I can guarantee you that it will not be a Da Vinci.

Keep up the skepticism, you add a giggle to most threads.

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