Flight Around the Crop Circle Belt

  1. It is just like being there in the beautiful English countryside. I can almost feel the wind and can definitely feel the excitement of anticipation. Thank you for sharing. Looking forward to more reports and an active crop circle year.

    Ann in Minnesota, USA

    • Anne Lightheart
    • May 22nd, 2010

    Michael, and Gary – I am thrilled to be able to check in with this site now…Anne x

    • Anne Lightheart
    • May 22nd, 2010

    How lovely to see you out there and flying about the sky.

    Good for you!!

    See you soon,

    Anne xx

    • Marianne Krüll, Germany
    • May 17th, 2010

    Dearest Michael and Gary:

    I am absolutely thrilled to be flying with you! And your analysis of the Old Sarum formation, Michael is fantastic! You are in direct communication with the PHENOMENON and the fact that you are sharing your insights with us is a most precious gift! THANK YOU!!

    • Linda
    • May 16th, 2010

    Brilliant video! Great to see the areas where circles appear, helps to get your bearings of the area. Nearly as good as going yourself.

    • Mya
    • May 15th, 2010

    Hi guys! I just LOVED taking that trip around the cropcircle block with you! England, dear England in Maytime… there is nowhere else quite like it… No wonder the circle makers turn up year after year and bless it with their beautiful creations!
    Blessings to you too for doing what you do… and my thanks!

  2. Dear Michael and Crew,

    So wonderful to get this video in anticipation of the upcoming season. It was such a treat to meet you Michael at the EarthSpirit conference in Vermont last month. Now you’ve got this marvelous website going and for those of us who live far from the “action” we can feel more connected to the discoveries and to your insights as they both unfold. What a wonderful gift! Thanks to everyone involved in bringing this fantastic service to the world!

    Many grateful thanks,


    • Jamie
    • May 14th, 2010

    This is great stuff. I really enjoyed watching that. Those OSR crops look amazing… they look ready and waiting! Wonder when north Wilts (The Crop Circle Belt) will see its first crop circle of the new season… any day now I feel.

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