posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 06:06 PM
Originally posted by space cadet
I really wanted to get into this thread/discussion, I am very interested in phophecy, Navajo phophcy is a very enticing subject, but then I saw the
words 'cropcircles'. It is like saying 'true, true, true, fake'. IMO. Crop cirlces are only there to make money selling aerial views and walking
tours to them. They are a business, not a fact. So many people have come forward and told their truth about making them. But the supposed 'mystery'
of them keeps some thinking it is true, that aliens come here to earth, to draw in the wheat fields. This is all they do, draw mysterious pictures and
leave and go back to their world, no matter what technology it takes to travel here, and back to their own planet, that technology is no good when
they get here, all they can do is swirl some wheat around. Yes that is sarcasm. I tend to think that an intelligent alien life form, and it would take
intelligence to come to earth, could come up with a better way of communicating a dire message. And that they would do it everywhere, not in the same
area of england over and over.
Space cadet, IMO and after research,
1) they are found all over the world, with many being made on different continents at the same time
2) they have been found for hundreds of years, way before there was tourism or aerial flights
3) just because a bunch of knuckleheads decide to fake something does not mean the rest are not real
Sightings of UFOs have been reported and painted for more than 500 years. It all didn't start with Roswell, although many skeptics like to pretend it
did. Look at Da Vinci's art, and other artists from several hundred years ago, especially religious themed paintings. The info/evidence/proof is out
there, if you look in the right places. Also, it helps immensely to have a few experiences of your own, then you KNOW it's real!