Well, it’s happening again! Just last week this jellyfish crop circle appeared in a field near Ashbury, Oxfordshire, Great Britain. It’s 600 feet long, three times the size of other crop circles, according to researchers.
Shortly after that, a 150 foot dragonfly appeared in a barley field in Yatesbury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom.
So, what ARE crop circles? According to Wikipedia, they are created by the flattening of crops, often creating patterns involving complex geometries. Some have been known to be man-made. But, what about the others? Various hypotheses have been offered to explain those of unknown origins, ranging from naturalistic to paranormal, such as being produced by alien spacecraft.
Some note that the designs are just too perfect and that credit is too often taken for an existing phenomenon. Among these critics was British-born astronomer Gerald Hawkins, who, prior to his death, argued that some circles displayed a level of complexity and accuracy that would be difficult to recreate on paper, let alone in a field after dark.
At any rate, crop circles have occurred for years and years everywhere around the world. So, I guess it’s up to each individual to decide what they believe. Are they really made by humans who sneak out to fields, unseen, in the dark of night, to create these beautifully geometric works of art? Or, are they gifts or messages from a higher intelligence? You decide. I don’t have to.
I believe we are not alone.