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Are Frequecies Responsible for Crop Circles and Other Anomolies ?

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posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 04:43 AM

Originally posted by atlasastro
reply to post by Bagatell

Firstly, what anomalies?

How about these -


edit on 12-9-2010 by Bagatell because: bad link

posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 05:47 AM
what a great thread, good job,

cymatics has always fascinated me, proof how every thing is sound.

we are an existence made up of varying hertz

edit on 12-9-2010 by pryingopen3rdeye because: spelling

posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 06:47 AM
reply to post by Bagatell

Did you even read the first link properly? It is mostly based on BLT. Can I ask you, have you read BLT's publish works and understood the claims.

Anyway, onto the links you provide.

Firstly, we have Colins and Delgado who sent some samples.

In 1988 Andrews and Delgado sent plant samples from crop circles, together with controls, to Signalysis laboratory in Stroud, England. The samples were processed by Kenneth and Rosemary Spelman in accordance with a procedure approved in the German Government's "Pharmacopoeia for Homeopathy" for spagyric preparations- a process normally used in the diagnosis of human blood samples. The method allows for the crystalline structure of fluid to be examined under a microscope.
First of all, do you know and understand the method they use in order to "identify" the "anomalies".
"Pharmacopoeia for Homeopathy for spagyric preparations". Do you understand this method is?

Remember, this is important because this method is where they draw a conclusion of an anomaly from, it is this method.
So lets examine the method.

Pharmacopoeia (American English: pharmacopeia) (literally, 'drug-making'), in its modern technical sense, is a book containing directions for the identification of samples and the preparation of compound medicines, and published by the authority of a government or a medical or pharmaceutical society.

So, Pharmacopoeia is a recipe book.


(also spelled homoeopathy or homœopathy) is a form of alternative medicine, first proposed by German physician Samuel Hahnemann in 1796, that attempts to treat patients with heavily diluted preparations which are claimed to cause effects similar to the symptoms presented. ...Homeopathy


(spə-gîr'ĭk), is a name given to the production of herbal medicines using alchemical procedures. These procedures involve fermentation, distillation and the extraction of mineral components from the ash of the plant.

Why would they need to involve fermentation, distillation and extraction of minerals from the ash of a plant?
This means that they changed the state of the plant.

Colin Andrews and Co. got some people to follow the German Governments guide lines in preparing a recipe for a homeopathic preparation.

This is as far as I am going with your fist link because Colins then got the attention of BLT, but you should be embarrassed by this.
I am.
I am embarrassed that in 1988 the best Andrews and Delgado could do in order to prove there was an anomaly that required looking at under a microscope was get someone to extract material out of a plant under the guide lines of Home made alternative medicine, treat it in a way that alters it and then look at it under a microscope.

This is why this topic is a joke.
It sounds so scientific when they say it though, doesn't it.

he samples were processed by Kenneth and Rosemary Spelman in accordance with a procedure approved in the German Government's "Pharmacopoeia for Homeopathy" for spagyric preparations

Ultimately, this is not science.

edit on 12/9/10 by atlasastro because: add links

posted on Nov, 22 2010 @ 12:04 AM
reply to post by King Loki

You present lots of wonderful information! A couple of odd things I find hard to explain using any theory. In the 1990s, several crop circles chasers were camped out on a hill near Cheeseford Head in Wiltshire England. They had a video camera and they captured a small light ball buzzing around the field which in the morning had an elaborate crop circle in it. This wasn't the only time that small light balls have been reported in association with crop circles. This is interesting since the balls seem to come from 'up.'

Again in the 1990s, several crop circle researchers were investigating a circle. One of the team members claimed to feel ill as he entered the crop circle pattern and so turned around to wait for his friends. When his friends return they noted differences in the amount of time that had transpired with the people inside the circle experiencing a time dilation.

I know you are going to ask me for the sources of this information...if you're interested I'll have to check the various books I have on the subject and I won't be home for about a month (I live in California but am presently attending university for a semester in England). I was surprised that while the Oxford faculty doesn't think much of crop circles they definitely intrigue the students. Oxford is almost in the heart of crop circle country. Unfortunately for me the crop circle 'season' is spring to mid-summer! This however seems to support your notion that they have some relationship to Earth.

Let's keep in mind that not all crop circles may be created in the same fashion. Some are hoaxes, while some exhibit extraordinary complexity. Some of them could be natural while some could be extraterrestrial, inter-dimensional, or perhaps paranormal (not sure what that means in this context really).

posted on Nov, 22 2010 @ 09:43 AM
reply to post by pryingopen3rdeye

You are partially correct - everything is frequencies, but not all frequencies are sound.

As for crop circles - many are man-made using various techniques. However, there are those that really have anomalies present. And I think that is a proven fact, if I recall correctly some of the Crop Circles were even considered unexplained by mainstream scientists somewhere around 2001-2003. So the phenomenon is already acknowledged. Also, there are many organizations that study crop circles, there are also the seperate individuals who don't take part of one such. And to think that all these people are feeding a hoax machine, is somewhat a paranoid statement, IMO. Now, what causes the anomalous ones is a subject of speculation, however, OP, I think your finds were pretty good. And exactly those feed my belief on the subject, that these are caused by frequencies. WHO causes them, I don't know.

Also, I very much find the video of Carl Sagan's explanation about dimensions to be very appropriate here


posted on Nov, 22 2010 @ 09:52 AM
reply to post by atlasastro

What about the rapid elongation of the plant stems? What about the apperant magnetic anomalies in the area of the circle? Are these all made up and fake facts? I admit I haven't been at a crop circle, I haven't seen these myself, but I do believe in my previous statement - it's overparanoia to think so many people and organizations are trying to hoax something just to make themselves appear credible?

posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 10:02 AM

Originally posted by ch1n1t0
And exactly those feed my belief on the subject, that these are caused by frequencies.

Since a frequency is merely a measurement, that's like saying giantism is caused by inches.


posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 12:08 PM
reply to post by Harte

Allow me to rephrase - frequencies = measured vibration, so by frequencies I mean vibration, but I thought it wasn't necessary to point that out. Next time I'll think twice
I like your comparison with the gigantism, though, I think I'll use that some time

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