FAQs – Flat-Map Alignments
Here is a beginning list of Q&As that I hope will clarify what Flat-Map Alignments really are and why they are so important:
Once a basic understanding of the FMAs is achieved, one can see that the enigmatic Other Intelligence involved with crop circles not only exists, but is contacting us in a way that can’t be faked.
FLAT-MAP ALIGNMENTS: Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Flat-Map Alignment? A Flat-Map Alignment (FMA) is a visual representation of an abstract connection between two or more locations, created by drawing lines between significant points on a flat map (as opposed to a spherical map) in a way that carries information. As such, FMAs are a novel form of communication.
Who is communicating through FMAs? FMAs seem to come from a relatively omniscient non-human source, the exact nature of which is unknown but brings to mind the otherworldly intelligence so many crop circle experiencers have experienced for decades. I call this presence the Other Intelligence.
Do FMAs depict literal alignments between place points? Flat-Map Alignments, by definition, are not representative of lines drawn on a curved surface; therefore, the FMAs and the shapes they create are not to be confused with the same lines and shapes as they would appear plotted on a sphere.
How do FMAs express ideas? The symbolic and abstract geometric configuration resulting from FMAs produces “writing” which appears on the “writing surface” of the flat map. Each place point contributes something unique and essential to the bigger picture, much like each section of an essay ultimately contributes to the expression of an overall thesis. Each grouping of place points in a complex such as the All-in-One Alignments can be deciphered as a phrase or idea informed by each individual point.
I hope to add to and improve this list over time.
STACE TUSSEL COLLIGAN