posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 10:57 AM
(The 'Sceptic' Turnstile isn't working properly) Sorry I'm late!
I think that you'll find that at this time of 'silly-season' in the UK, this type
of crop-vandalism will be more sensationalised than usual.
For some, camping under the stars during balmy summer nights and swapping
theories of what's-out-there over a patio-heater or pondering what the crumpled
corn may be telling us -whilst your partner tinkers with the caravan tow-bar,
will always bring out the imagination in all of us.
But I digress.
Time/Dimension/Space travellers finding a upright species that holds the power
to destroy itself and it's planet, make the decision to step in and subtly urge us
to turn away from our natural talent of destruction.
The all-knowing onlookers come up with the idea of leaving an enigmatic message
in a seasonal cereal that can only be seen from the air in the same region of the UK
as the previous year.
These strange warnings amongst the damaged stalks have been broadcasting from
the Wiltshire fields since the 70's and we're still no further forward with our 'space-friends'
Come on guys... I know that standing in a circle under a warm sun and a blue sky brings
a peaceful feeling and makes one hark back to simpler times, but the idea that a message
placed by pressing down eared-plants and hoping someone will decipher the images and
ignore the tractor tracks and then pass it on via the internet is.... dare I say,
grasping at straws.