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    • Neil Rusted
    • October 18th, 2010

    Please watch Nassim Haramein http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6151699791256390335#
    His Unified Field Theory talks about sacred geometry crop circles and ancient civilisations. If you can stick with it he shows how the 3D representation of such crop circles shown here are actually reproducing the structure of the universe. Starting with Tetrahedrons in spheres and going from there. So far we have analysed these shapes in the 2D with circles and Triangles when we move them into the 3D we get even more info on what they are truly representing. Like I said watch Nassims video and I think you’ll be amazed!

    • Thank you Neil, your one of several people that have mentioned Nassim’s work to me recently. I watched a small clip of one of his presentations and fully intend to explore his work further. Many thanks. Gary.

    • Marianne Krüll, Germany
    • September 13th, 2010

    I feel deeply moved again by your report, dear Michael and Gary. You have truly caught the spirit of THE PHENOMENON, which is to touch our souls beyond any attempt of rational “understanding”. Yes, Michael, this is divine geometry which opens our minds into new dimensions. And to walk into the formation with you, Gary, made my heart jump with joy! Thank you ever so much.
    Marianne

    • John Dalton
    • September 6th, 2010

    I wholeheartedly agree with all the above! My sincerest thanks go out to you two for the candid discussion of arguably one of the most significant events on earth today.
    This particular glyph is a classic example of the “flower of life” pattern, first discovered on a 6000 yr. old wall in Abidos, Egypt and subsequently all over the world. For what its worth, the significance of the flower of life pattern in my opinion would lead to the expression of this reality we find ourselves moving out of at the momemt. It reminds me of the squaring of the circle that Micheal so eloquently spoke about in “Premonitions of Contact”. Micheal, if you are not aware of Drunvalo Melchizedek’s work with the flower of life’s sacred geometry, I think you would find it fascinating. “Flower of Life, Workshop, part I and II. Thanks, keep it coming.

    • Pandora
    • August 31st, 2010

    Thank you for the Video of this formation I agree the formation is beautiful.
    Last years formations were so much about nature, (insects and the fish formations.)We have been given the distinct hint about the Jelly fish in our seas and they are born through pollution and are multiplying at a very fast rate I truly believe the symbols in our fields drawn by this Cosmic artist are all about the survival of we the people and the way t o survive is to keep the balance of nature by respecting all laws as laid down from the beginning.
    Pandora.

    • Caroline T
    • August 25th, 2010

    Many thanks Michael and Gary for the illuminating video. Couldn’t help thinking – the mathematical beauty of this formation (of which you speak so eloqeuntly Michael) is also kind of hidden in plain sight in Nature, everywhere. Even in the big, daisy type flowers on the table in fron of you! This is what the Kew website has to say about daisies: “a daisy has a “core” of 200 disc florets,surrounded by 50 marginal, ray florets with a conspicuous limb. A single daisy “flower” contains about 250 separate flowers!” i.e. little miracles! Incidentally, I agree with you Michael about the crop circles being much more about ‘reactions’ than about ‘thoughts’.

    • Elliott
    • August 19th, 2010

    Just heard Michael’s interview on radio 4 from last saturday’s Saturday Live programme(still available online https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00tcfhs). Great job Michael, recommend it to anyone whether familiar with the subject or not. All the best.

    • Brian Crook
    • August 14th, 2010

    Glad to see you have got technical problem solved Gary.Your video footage is great. Michael your explanation is very interesting to me and I feel privileged to be able to sit here at home and watch and enjoy.

    • petervdburg
    • August 13th, 2010

    I am very happy to see you are back! Thank you

    • Mark Schrader
    • August 13th, 2010

    I can think of no finer way to spend 20 minutes than watching you two chaps gently weave your way in and out of the miraculous, turning over gems of wisdom and delight as they catch your eyes. Delightful fun!

    • Thank you for that comment. I fully agree with it, that is how I like to spend twenty minutes, too!

  1. I am so happy and honored to be sitting a continent away and yet have such close and personal access to the CURRENT collaborative crop circle discussion, perspective, and insight being generated. Know your efforts here have graced me with a valuable, enriched, and expanded crop circle experience and I appreciate your making these unfolding/illuminating ideas and insights (as well as the onsite video) so freely available for me or anyone to feed our own insight development.

    I feel entirely blessed by people I don’t even know:)

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