Stonehenge Part 2.

More great footage from inside this great formation.

    • bobbywinn
    • July 4th, 2010

    you guys are my new hobby!!!

    • Pandora
    • June 6th, 2010

    This formation gives the impression of being enormous!
    Laid out in full view of Stonehenge, a starkly dramatic back
    round to this huge formation which is just crackling with energy , velocity,and mystery.


    • David
    • June 6th, 2010

    Forgot to say – great video, Gary. A real sense of being there.

    And Michael – Feel free to just talk your head off. It’s wonderful… “an inexplicable grandeur”… Beautiful. Reverence and awe – combined with clinical distance and objectivity. I’m all ears…

    • David
    • June 6th, 2010

    Nancy Talbot – Great post!

    Yes! The nitty gritty. The real science. And I agree also, very much, that it is more interesting, informative and active if there is at least “a little bit” of throwing the myriad of issues around – rather than all just going, “oooo, ahhh, isn’t it lovely”.

    This whole thing is a “work in progress”, as we know. We should and, I believe are EXPECTED, to treat it as such.

    Brian Cook – agree with you too. It should be relatively simple to cut down on all the wind noise.

    Andrew Pyrka – I appreciate your work a great deal and frequent your site regularly. However, I cannot find an answer to this question there – May I ask, is it still your opinion that Yarnbury was a fake or – not so now? i.e is it your opinion now that it is genuine?

    Whatever your conclusion was, either way, when you have time could you give a very brief indication of why please? One paragraph maybe? Thank you.

    Cheers all and keep up the good work!

    • Anne Lightheart
    • June 6th, 2010

    Mind thinks it knows love, but it is blind to its true immensity, numb to its music, its poetry, its All Knowing. Rumi wrote:

    Those who don’t feel this Love
    pulling them like a river,
    those who don’t drink dawn
    like a cup of spring water
    or take in sunset like supper,
    those who don’t want to change,

    Let them sleep.

    This Love is beyond the study of theology,
    that old trickery and hypocrisy.
    If you want to improve your mind that way,

    Sleep on.

    I’ve given up on my brain.
    I’ve torn the cloth to shreds
    and thrown it away.

    If you’re not completely naked,
    wrap your beautiful robe of words
    around you,

    And sleep.

    – Rumi.

  1. Dear Gary & Michael,
    Your efforts are very much appreciated…but I have a request which I hope you will find amenable. Just above the videos (where you write “more great footage…”) could you add the DATE the formation was FOUND and the DATE & TIME you are shooting the video? If it’s not too much trouble I would find this of considerable value.

    Also had an idea. When you were showing close-ups of the base of the plants which had been flattened, it would have been interesting to see what would occur if you’d gone to an area where the plants were still totally upright (in their natural state, so to speak) and, on camera, tried to flatten one of those yourself–with your foot, just gently (and then perhaps increasingly, if needed) pressing against the base of the stem to see exactly what happens. Not only about whether the stems break, or split, or tear, but also to see how the BLOOM is affected….and what happens to the flowers when the plant goes down? I’d love to see that.

    I don’t know if it is possible, or if you are even interested in making estimates, but another thing that occurred to me was that–after you had gone through the whole formation and observed throughout–I’d be interested in hearing your opinion as to the percentage of plants you observed to be in one condition or another (i.e., “my guess would be that approximately 30% of the plants were” blah blah blah, “while 70% of the plants were” blah blah blah….whatever).

    It seems entirely reasonable to me that people (particularly those like you with rather a bit of experience) will have certain opinions about what they observed….and if such people are going to the trouble to make available to others at least some of what they are seeing and doing in the fields, it seems equally reasonable that they express their (at least moderately & perhaps highly educated) opinions if they want to. And then present their rationale for those opinions also, if they are so inclined.

    I’m interested in your observations AND your opinions, and whatever reasons you have for holding those opinions, whether my own ideas jive entirely with yours or not. In fact it’s probably MORE interesting when our ideas differ, at least a bit….

    Anyway, thanks enormously to both of your for taking the time, and putting out the effort to do this. I do hope you can manage to keep it up & not become exhausted as the summer goes along.

    With real appreciation,
    Nancy Talbott

    • Marianne Krüll, Germany
    • June 3rd, 2010

    Thanks, Gary! Again, I felt like walking with you into the Stonehenge Formation – with the difference that I had an aerial photo on my desk and knew exactly from which spot you were talking while you couldn’t even guess how the formation looked like! It’s so wonderful to really “feel” being with you there and discovering the wonders with you.
    I will be looking forward to your analyses and comparisons with the “siblings”, dear Michael.
    And your laughter at the end of the tape was contagious – I roared with laughter too. No, I sure won’t give up this hobby of mine! And I can’t wait to come to crop circle country in July!
    Love, Marianne.

    • Brian Crook
    • June 3rd, 2010

    Great stuff. I have known Michael for some years now and very much enjoy seeing him and hearing what he has to say. Video is excellent. Should be possible to cut out some of the wind noise though.

    • Anne Lightheart
    • June 3rd, 2010

    Micheal, you are a mischievous individual….
    there was a lot of tries left on that stalk for you to bend!

    I giggled, and I chuckled, and I so enjoyed watching this one.

    Thank you boys!


  2. Beautiful work, thanks so much. I’m taking your wordpress video links to our own blog, just awesome!
    Odin Townley

  3. Excellent report by Gary amd Michael – true dedication by two very distinguished gentleman. Thank you for excellent hard work in bringinnig the truth to the knowledge seeking public. Wonderful !!

    Andrew Pyrka

    • seasick1
    • June 3rd, 2010

    Nice video/commentary. Worked for DreamWorks for years – no giant team of secret globetrotting circle creating artists there, as you know. =>

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