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Crop Circles Revealed: Language of the Light Symbols Perfect Paperback – October 15, 2001
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Barbara Mallory Lamb has been visiting and researching crop circles in England since 1990. She is one of the leading crop circle researchers and educators in the United States.
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The book also sheds more light on the physical nature of the crop circle phenomenon, and why it appeared to be centred on Silbury Hill, pointing out that the original 6 step pyramid or ziggurat was constructed of alternate layers of limestone and soil (organic and inorganic materials), like Wilhelm Reich’s orgone accumulator chambers. Thus, Silbury Hill seemed to be a sort of battery storage cell, attracting ‘anomalous spheres and shafts of light, UFOs and even beings of light.’
It is a classic and a great book to keep and refer to and enjoy at your leisure- n the next best thing to visiting the crop circles or before you go to see them.
It provides theories about how the crop circles are formed and gives information about the history and sacred geometry inherent in them.
Although the knowledge is profound and mind expanding, aat one level it is also simple to read and understand.
It gives information about the beings from other realms who are willing to contact us humans in this time of enormous change and evolution.
Many aspects of the crop circles are explained and elucidated.
The authors introduce other croppies who have dedicated much of their time to studying this phenomen.
i recommend it highly. Even the cover is beautifully illustrated.