posted on Aug, 29 2008 @ 12:46 AM
It is likely that these geometric designs are due to the firing of an aerial military microwave cannon, piloted by computer. The arguments supporting
this view are as follows:
Research by Dr Levengood (of BLT Research Team), an American biophysicist, corroborated by the analyses of Ken Larsen, a British biologist, has shown
that the way in which the stalks (wheat, rapeseed…) are flattened without being broken or damaged is typical of a UHF microwave effect. Thus one can
see stalks of rapeseed curving at 90 degrees, the flowers of which are still intact, although those same rapeseed stalks break easily when one
attempts to bend them over by hand. The new position taken up by the plant becomes fixed. It continues to grow horizontally and breaks if one tries to
return it to the upright position.
Phenomena of electromagnetic origin have been observed at the locations: irregular compass behaviour, disturbance of electrical apparatus, disturbance
of radio frequencies, luminous flashes, cracking sounds, animals obviously unwell, etc. Numerous positive effects (spontaneous cures, feelings of
peace…) or negative effects (temporary paralysis, mental confusion, loss of memory, terror…) have also been observed in humans. Let us remember
that certain effects could also be explained by a reaction of fertilisers or pesticides subjected to microwave radiation, a reaction which could
release toxic gases. The appearances of luminous flashes and the cracking sounds are not inevitably objective phenomena and they could be only
feelings induced in the brain of the witness by an electromagnetic field. Albert Budden gives an example of such magnetophosphenes: "If the brain of
the subject is exposed to an [alternating] magnetic field whose frequency varies from 10 to 100 Hz and whose power varies from 200 to 1,000 G, the
subject will see flashes of light [...] in the top left corner of his visual field."
The investigator Busty Taylor showed that samples of plants or ground taken in a crop circle could be attracted by a simple magnet. That could be
explained by the fact that the ferromagnetic particles present in the dust of the atmosphere were bound with the site of the circle, after or during
its creation. Some of these particles have been scrutinised under microscope. They seemed to have melted when touching the soil or the plants to
create a fine cracked glaze.
A bird was found within one particular formation and its body appeared literally to have exploded, as if it had been cooked alive in a microwave oven.
In other formations some dried out hedgehogs were discovered. Also wheat grains are dehydrated and crunchy. They are less conductive according to work
by Dr Levengood.
Microwave laser technology appeared during the 50s and has been improving in keeping with the increasing complexity of the crop circles. Is it a mere
More than 50% of the circles observed in England have appeared during cloudy or rainy weather: the cloud cover would allow the origin of the microwave
firing to be hidden. Microwaves are able to pass through clouds and act through falling rain, and they are perhaps less damaging to plants when it is
Certain patterns suggest the use of a rotating beam with variable diameter according to the circles in question, which might correspond to either the
natural or deliberate dispersion of a maser beam, fired from a high altitude. The diameter is estimated to be less than 30 centimetres at a distance
of 20 kilometres.
By Computer ?:
The geometric designs observed today are typical of those one can see on computers: 3D designs, fractal designs… Certain patterns are,
mathematically speaking, pretty
The designs are drawn very rapidly, by day and by night, sometimes in front of witnesses who report seeing the ears of wheat flattening out in front
of them in a few dozens of seconds. Three accounts of this type have been recorded up to the present day, coming from known and trustworthy witnesses.