Conscious Circles: A Presentation by Colin Andrews
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Thirty years of first-hand research are wrapped up in this "no holds-barred" presentation by Colin Andrews, the first researcher and author of the crop circle phenomena. In Colin's personal history and the stories he shares of other researchers, hoaxers and the general public, extraordinary connections unfold between UFO's, Alien encounters, Government conspiracies and crop circles.
What is revealed in the patterns in the fields is the direction needed to help us through the challenges of the near future and into the evolution of consciousness.
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The third part of the surveillance, if you will, is British government (interestingly, the former employer of Andrews). This Reviewer was floored to learn that a "crop circle" formed on royal property - how could hoaxters possibly penetrate that area? Where did the design originate?
Another fascinating detail here is a discussion of those two crop circle originators, who around 1979, took credit for the early circles; what the viewer will find as "new" is the real impetus for such an endeavour.
A big impetus for me to buy this DVD was the idea that it contained that well-known radio broadcasting live on-air "break-in" of a "voice from space". I'd seen that a few times a while back on a TV Documentary I've been searching for ever since. What is contained herein is a BBC TELEVISION encounter, which is much longer. And in the same relatively small georgraphic area. I won't spill the beans. Check it out for yourself.
The speaker weaves it all together, bringing in Science, Higher Mathematics, Philosophy, Astrology, and Media.
This is a keeper.
For Andrews, crop circles - both "hoaxed" and "real" - are part of a larger change in consciousnes which Andrews sees as essential to the betterment (and even survival) of the human race. The phenomenon thus has enormous social and political implications.
Andrews relates events happening over many years in certain areas of England, and attempts to tie them together in a broad synthesis, a coherent, unfolding drama, as it were, a progressive "revelation."
But, one might ask, a revelation from whom, or what? And how much of that revelation is explicit, and how much comes from our own psychological needs or projections? Thorny questions, indeed.
Andrews derides those crop circle fanatics who insist that few - if any - of the beautifully complex circles are human creations, and rightfully warns against their religious zeal and disregard for demonstrable facts. Yet it is clear that the circles also have a religious significance for Andrews, and that should also give pause. I have considerable respect for Andrews as a man of integrity and good will, but I cannot follow him all the way in some of his views. One rather jarring note - for me - was Andrews' apparent belief in the authenticity of an alleged message from a space being named Vrillon, an apocalyptic message which mysteriously cut into a British television broadcast back in the 1970s. This message is widely considered a sophisticated hoax, yet Andrews takes it at face value.
So there is material in this lecture that will "raise eyebrows," to use a journalistic cliche, material that will strike many as either unbelieveable, dubious, or even ridiculous. So be it. I nonetheless recommend this DVD as something like a visit with an old friend, a charming friend who is always good company but whose views we might not share in their entirety. Andrews thinks he has finally found some answers to the crop circle mystery, and he discerns a clear and portentious message emanating from the phenomenon. I do not share that belief, but I do believe that the circles are a mystery, and that the modern world's smug certainties can certainly stand a little shaking.