posted on Apr, 15 2010 @ 04:37 AM
reply to post by 2theC
I do find them facinating, especially when you look at the obvious man made attempts (that are a complete mess) and then compare them to the
interwoven matt (best way I can describe it) of the ones I can not fathom..
Tho all the ones I have seen have been in rape seed crops (didn't know they were also called canola, thanks for that
) and usualy the circles
seem to start when the crops are a little bigger than they are right now (here at least)
My interest in this lies in why the concentration of crop cicles (in my neck of the woods) correlate with similar concentrations of hill figures.. The
correlation usualy works better when you include some of the lost hill figures..
I've always wondered about that... which came first, crop circles or hill figures, and if there is a deeper meaning to both these communication
However you look at it, crops circles/hill figures are an art form. and art in all it's forms is ultimatly a communication method to convey
[edit on 15/4/10 by thoughtsfull]