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A Work of Art on the Art of the Crop Circles
on February 13, 2011
The fact that I knew almost nothing about crop circles until I read Daniel Pinchbeck's 2007 book 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl is a testament to the appalling lack of public awareness of an actually ancient phenomenon that began in earnest in England in the late 1970s. With Pinchbeck's book, I was first introduced to these geometrical works of art of such beauty and precision that, whatever their origin, should be a part of everyone's knowledge. Patty Greer's movie is a gorgeous contribution to the effort, with virtually no help from the mainstream media, to educate people about the wonder of the circles. With inspiring and relaxing music, along with her own beautiful voice, Greer orchestrates, within the span of an hour or so, a stunningly photographed presentation of the worldwide phenomenon. She hits on the salient moments of the history of the formations and provides a plethora of different people's experiences of and perspectives on the circles, both scientific and spiritual. One can only conclude from the convincing evidence provided that many, if not most, of the formations come from an intelligence either of extraterrestrial origin, from another dimension, or both, that is trying to communicate with us. We should be paying very close attention.