Yes, I have personally been inside many crop circles, over a period of a few years, but some time ago now. I like to see the latest ones and have watched them grow more and more complex and beautiful. How do they feel? Well, there is a feeling of anticipation but also reverence. Those who drive out to experience them are lovely people, some with kids, lovers hand-in-hand, gentle folk who sit and meditate, sometimes they take their dogs in, people of all ages, they just walk slowly around taking it all in quietly. Some lie down in the centre. And there are the more studious sort and journalists and photographers.
There is always a sense of awe. I am a dowser so I have measured the energy configurations in many and it is always a pattern of alternating pos/neg or male/female polarities according to the patterns. There is a marked boundary at the edge, where the energy inside is strong and outside is weak. In a fresh one, the pendulum goes mad and once it flew out of my hand it was rotating so powerfully.
They make you smile. I went in the first time with my daughter and her baby daughter and felt very safe. I took my grand-daughter back to another one when she was three or four. She is a bit special anyway, having spoken first in a different language and learned English by the time she was 2, so she told us some amazing things, but when I took her inside one of the largest there has ever been, on a lovely sunny afternoon, she just wandered off, picked up 2 corn stalks and started dowsing with them! I don’t dowse with rods, so she didn’t learn it from me. It was in this one – it was so huge it covered nearly an entire field…
You see the ‘tram-lines’? these are where the tractors go up and down to spray the crops so each pair of lines is as wide as a pair of tractor wheels – that’s how big this circle is! Notice the ‘sheen’ inside each circle? – that is because the corn is laid down in such a perfect way that it is like machined metal plate. The centres of each little circle twist around in a perfect knot. Every edge is one corn-stalk sharp – two stalks side-by-side, one would be standing upright, the other lying horizontal, bent over at a ‘node’ in an exact right-angle. The lying down stalks overlay each other, sometimes interweaving; they are not squashed, burnt, or damaged in any way and after some time they tend to stand up again and can be cut by the farmer without loss.
While I was up there (about an hour’s drive from my home) I had an impression that they were made from above by something like a TV remote control which just downloaded the imprint in a ‘zap’. This video demonstrates it well.
If you go into a man-made one, you can tell instantly – it is ‘dead’ and scruffy, and usually boring. These guys who say they do them all are rubbish – and no-one has said – “ok, show us how you do a really difficult one and tell us what the geometry is and what it means!”
I don’t know if it has changed my consciousness, because I don’t know what level of consciousness I would have now if I had never been in a crop circle. And I have done many things and had many experiences which would also affect it.
During those times I met a man called Freddy Silva and we had a good chat in the pub garden one afternoon. He had made a very long and detailed study of the crop circles around Avebury and Stonehenge (Wiltshire) and went on to write an excellent book called ‘Secrets in the Fields’. He showed the incredible sacred geometry involved in them and said he had had out-of-body experiences while lying in the circles.
I know many people are sceptical because they can’t have their own experience. Back then I hadn’t come to terms with plasma beings, or Light Beings, or ETs and had never seen a UFO, as in large space ship, so I felt they were thought-form manifestations. Now, I feel that the lights seen over them are plasma ships, which is such far-out technology, I shall leave you to investigate.
Please go to Part 2….