I’ve always been drawn to the tiny dipper in the night sky, the Pleiades. Somehow they’ve always felt like “home.” Through binoculars, the cluster of stars resembles a grand city of of light floating in deep space. A profound connection exists between the Pleiades and crop circles.
In the spring of 1995 I was suddenly and inexplicably saturated with everything Pleiadean. I found the compelling book Atlantis and the Seven Stars by J Countryman, and I listened over and over to a song which happened to be playing “at random” as I walked into a friend’s house one afternoon; Pleiadean Communication, by A Positive Life, is aptly named – (you can listen here).
That spring I’d also discovered and eagerly absorbed Circular Evidence, the classic field guide to crop circle research by Colin Andrews and Pat Delgado. Even though I’d immersed myself in mysteries of all sorts throughout my life, nearly thirty years passed before I discovered crop circles – something everyone else had apparently heard of. The mention of crop circles elicited the ubiquitous, “Oh, those were made by two guys from the pub who used ropes and boards to fool everybody.”
But that didn’t set well with me, because by then I’d already had my own close encounter with the circle makers. On the 16th of June, 1995, I had asked for a crop circle close enough for me to visit – and one appeared at that moment, in Inman, Kansas. In the following short video I describe some of the mystical communication I’ve experienced when tuned to frequency of the non-human circle makers, whoever they may be:
In the video I share radical evidence supporting the theory that non-human intelligence has played an active, intentional role in at least some of the crop circles, starting with my first. I wished for a crop circle at around 10.30 PM on the 16th of June 1995, and at that same time a farmer tilling a field over 100 miles away from me witnessed a long, straight row of dim lights hovering over a central Kansas wheat field and kicking up dust. The farmer, Chad, told me that the hair on his arms stood on end as he watched for about 10 minutes. When he looked back at the end of a row the lights had disappeared, leaving him confused and a bit spooked. A few days later the Inman crop circle was found in the exact spot where the lights had hovered.
My friend Mike experienced a very similar event with the crop circle which appeared near Teton, Idaho in 2002, and in fact, that’s where I met him – in the Teton formation. We’d both expressed a desire for a crop circle appear close by, and in our ways we’d received confirmation that our wishes were immediately heard and answered.
For what it’s worth, Mike and I are both UFO experiencers.
What does all this mean? Perhaps alongside the crop artists working the fields of England these days, a distinctly non-human intelligence infuses some of the circles, speaking in riddle and synchronicity, from another dimension. If any doubts linger about the reality of non-human crop circle makers, so be it – but surely the fact that a crop circle answered my wish for one, precisely on a significant alignment, is food for thought. How this all unfolded is seemingly against all odds – if very remotely possible.
For instance, you could choose 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 in the lottery and have the same odds of winning as if you chose 4, 18, 21, 25, and 36. But overall, five consecutive numbers would be less likely to comprise the winning numbers than five random numbers, since the lottery can be played with many hundreds of thousands of combinations of random numbers, and relatively few sequential ones. You can apply this concept to drawing lines on a map of a state consisting of 82,000 square miles.
My point is that the exact alignment of three meaningful points on the map was a straight flush to trump all others. On top of that, the odds of a crop circle forming at the moment I wished for it – with a witness – is confirmation, beyond a reasonable doubt, of telepathic communication. I’ve published the diagram at right in a few other posts here, but I’ll do it again to illustrate the playful nature of the circle makers as they created an original crop circle in the form of a stylised tractor, mirroring the one the witness was using to till the field just a few hundred yards away…
And what, might you ask, do the Pleiades have to do with crop circles? The Pleiades are part of the Taurus constellation, and crescents reminiscent of bull’s horns appeared regularly in mid-1990s crop circles – a time when, I intuit, more of the formations were not the product of human crop artistry.
With deep gratitude to my friends, the non-human circle makers: thank you for being part of my life and for allowing me to share this story. And to all the human crop artists out there, thank you as well for the beautiful forms in the fields. Many of your designs are quite lovely – and, I like to think, inspired by a higher power.
“All of us have a long way to go yet – and we are nearly there …“
Note that in the video there are a couple of flashes that Kelle identifies in her comment to this post. The one at precisely 3 minutes is particularly vivid! I can’t explain the flashes of light.
My report on the Inman crop circle was originally published in the former UK publication The Circular.
Take a look at Mike’s numerous posts about synchronicity at his site Hidden Experience.