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Secrets in the Fields: The Science and Mysticism of Crop Circles
Freddy Silva
1571743227
September 2002
Paperback
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From Library Journal
Silva, who has worked in graphic design and advertising for most of his professional life, conveys his keen passion for earth mysticism in this probing examination of crop circles. He examines the history of crop circles, human interactions with them, their probable implications, and, in a section that is alone worth the price of the books for supporters, their effects on our current worldview. Silva also delves deeply into the evidence for crop circles' authenticity. In arguing that they are transhuman events, he discusses the role of electromagnetism and its effects, UFO phenomena and their relation to crop circles, the relationship between crop circles and healing, evidence supporting psychic ability, and language's ability to affect information consciously and subconsciously (this section is sure to stimulate...


Opening Minds: A Journey of Extraordinary Encounters, Crop Circles, and Resonance
Simeon Hein, et al
0971586306
August 1, 2002
Paperback
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Jim Marrs, author of Alien Agenda and Rule by Secrecy, December, 2001
Dr. Hein takes the reader on a thought-expanding tour . . . The empowering information in this book could change lives.

Colin Andrews, world's leading crop circle researcher
This is one of the most fascinating books on the Crop Circle Phenomenon . . . Truly a superb piece of work.

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If in Doubt, Blame the Aliens!
L. G. Howarth
0595156932
Dec 2000
Paperback
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Book Description
What are the best explanations that we obtain when we apply techniques used to analyse the Apollo XIII problems to the unexplained phenomena of UFO sightings, alleged alien abductions, animal mutilations and crop circle formation? This is a radically different approach to the case-by-case methodology traditionally used in studies of these phenomena. What is the probability that aliens really are to blame? The answer might surprise you...


Mystery of Crop Circles
Chris Oxlade
0613361148
Jan 2001
Hardcover
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From School Library Journal
Gr 4-6-Using straightforward language, Oxlade examines the variety of designs and theories connected with the strange, beautiful, and harmless phenomena called crop circles, circular patterns that inexplicably appear in crop fields. While most recent formations have been admitted hoaxes or works of art, the older, simpler ones are attributed to natural occurrences such as electrically charged air currents, wind vortices, and underground magnetic or electromagnetic forces. Perhaps the biggest Mystery of Atlantis is how such a fantastic, widespread legend could grow from just one short account written by Plato some 24 centuries ago. Evidence has been sought and stories have been told in all parts of the world. Wallace presents a variety of theories about the island's existence, location, and destruction, each...


Secrets and Mysteries of the World
Sylvia Browne
1401900852
January 2005
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
Everything from Atlantis to Bigfoot to the Bermuda Triangle is dusted off in this rambling rehash of pop mythology. Browne (Adventures of a Psychic) serves up perfunctory accounts of folktales, New Age origin myths and tabloid sensations, embellishing them with her desultory psychic vibes ("historians say that Stonehenge dates to about 3000 B.C., but I felt when I was there that it was more like 5000 B.C.") and the nattering asides—"Francine said there are forty-four universes"—of her "spirit guide." Influenced by Francine and theorist Erich Van Daniken, who believes astronauts existed in ancient times, Browne ascribes most unexplained phenomena to extraterrestrials from the Andromeda galaxy, who are responsible for the Pyramids (built with "anti-gravity rods"), crop circles (formed by aliens to "get...


Alchemy of Nine Dimensions: Decoding the Vertical Axis, Crop Circles, and the Mayan Calendar
Barbara Hand Clow, Gerry Clow
1571744207
September 2004
Paperback
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Crop Circles
Jan Burns
0737730633
September 2005
Hardcover
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From School Library Journal
Grade 4-6–These slim, introductory titles have generously spaced layouts, numerous colorful graphics, and substantial information. Circles presents a brief history of the phenomenon since the early 20th century, with attention given to all the standard speculations about how these designs have been created. Common characteristics and odd features discovered by cereologists are described. Photographs depict the range of formations, from simple circles of bent-over grain stalks to huge, extremely elaborate fractal patterns. This book concentrates on the most prolific area, southern England, but does mention that crop designs have been found in more than 26 countries. Chris Oxlade's The Mystery of Crop Circles (Heinemann Library, 1999) has a larger, more colorful, more exciting format, but only two...


Crop Circles
Michael Martin
0736843817
January 2006
Hardcover
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Crop Circle Cards, The Living Oracle
Cariel Quinly
0964541610
January 1, 1998
Cards
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Peter R. Sorensen, Crop Circle Videograp
"Spectacular... a brilliant job in making the crop formations into an (oracle) deck."

Collin Andrews, the Circle Phenomenon Reasearch Center
"They are another "first"--a well produced, fun way of sharing the beauty of the crop circle images."

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Messages from Space
Jay Goldner
0941188485
Jan 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
Jay Goldner takes the reader on a step-by-step, clear and compelling adventure in decoding the message from space and explains why this may well be the first indisputable evidence that extraterrestrial intelligence is trying to communicate with the earth's inhabitants.


Crop Circles: Signs of Contact
Colin Andrews
156414674X
February 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
What are crop circles and what do they mean? Who-or what-is responsible for the thousands of complex patterns found in cereal crops all over the world? Are they made by aliens or Government satellites? Are they screams from a dying planet? Are we in danger, and are crop circles some kind of warning signal? Colin Andrews, author of the first book about the crop circle phenomenon, brings the world up to date with his many years of research into this fascinating subject. He takes you on a mysterious and informative ride into the world of the crop circle phenomenon, providing an overview and setting the record straight about the nature of crop circles, their origin, and their meaning. He and Stephen J. Spignesi, explore the many theories of crop circle formation, describe Colin's first experience with crop circles and how...


The Deepening Complexity of Crop Circles: Scientific Research and Urban Legends
Eltjo H. Haselhoff
1583940464
December 15, 2001
Paperback
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Book Description
Eltjo Haselhoff has written the first book on crop circles based on scientific evidence. His research, as intoduced in the first chapter, “A Great But Most Tangible Mystery,” addresses some of the most concrete crop-circle phenomena: the dead fly enigma, curious deposits, germination anomalies, and balls of light. Studies with mathematical formulas allow any reader to analyze and verify, or dispute, the author’s findings. For those interested in a more metaphysical approach, the author provides “The Psychic Perspective: Earth Forces, Aliens, Gate to Another World, and Messages from the Cosmos.” Diagrams and color photographs throughout the book guarantee a fascinating journey through the world of crop circles even for those not inclined toward laboratories and numbers. Eltjo Haselhoff has a...


Crop Circles Revealed: Language of the Light Symbols (Explorer Race Series)
Judith Moore, Barbara Lamb
1891824325
October 15, 2001
Paperback
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Dean Stonier, Global Sciences Conference
Do you want some of the first answers to these mysteries that make sense? Read this book!

Book Description
Through both examination of the crop circles and channeled investigation, Crop Circles Revealed explores a new understanding, to help the people of the world and our mother planet survive the millennium. Scientific formulas of light and sound and the wisdom found in the mythologies of the ages are brought together in this up-to-the-minute 2001 edition. This book lifts the crop circles away from the controversy of who makes them into the wonder of what they represent to us at this critical time in our history.

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Mysterious Lights and Crop Circles
Linda Moulton Howe
0962057061
Oct 2002
Paperback
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Book Description
Linda Moulton Howe shares and analyzes her research findings surrounding accounts of crop circles, accompanied by lights and crackling sounds over the past 2 years. Linda interviews a biophysicist, a mathematician, a geologist, and other researchers to determine the authenticity of these accounts and whether these crop circles are a 3-dimensional language related to fractional math, geometrics, the Hebrew Kabala, or other symbolic mysteries, and what they could mean. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author
Linda Moulton Howe is a graduate of Stanford University with a Masters Degree in Communication. She has devoted her documentary film, television and radio career to productions concerning science, medicine and the...


World Mysteries Revealed
Michael Bradley
0760772223
September 2005
Paperback
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Lords and Ladies
Terry Pratchett
0061056928
October 1996
Mass Market Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Pratchett (Small Gods) has won an ardent following with his tales of Discworld and his particular brand of comedic fantasy. This latest installment, however, is unlikely to widen his readership. It's circle time on the Discworld; portentous round depressions are showing up everywhere, even in bowls of porridge. Worlds are weaving closer to one another, with unpredictable results. Only the three wacky witches, formidable Granny Weatherwax, crusty Nanny Ogg and scatterbrained Magrat Garlick, can ensure that the worst does not happen: the return of the elves. Trouble is, almost everyone else in the kingdom of Lancre is eager to welcome the "lords and ladies" back. They've forgotten that elves are nasty creatures who live only to torture their prey?humans especially. It's a tempting premise, but underdeveloped by...


Vital Signs: A Complete Guide to the Crop Circle Mystery and Why It Is Not a Hoax
Mike Leigh (Foreword), Andy Thomas
1583940693
January 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
Crop circles, those beautiful and complex patterns that are visible from the air in fields around the world, have long fascinated the public, media, and scientific community. Vital Signs is a comprehensive guide for newcomers to these puzzling patterns and an essential history for those who are already intrigued. Illustrated with hundreds of full-color and black-and-white photos, this chronological and photographic history is an accessible discussion of the various crop circle theories, physical and statistical evidence, and the surprising effects these formations have had on observers and researchers. A major feature film on the crop circle phenomenon, Signs, starring Mel Gibson and Joaquin Phoenix is scheduled to open in fall of 2002.


The Mystery of Crop Circles
Chris Oxlade
1403483426
Apr 2006
(Paperback) - Revised Ed.
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From School Library Journal
Gr 4-6-Using straightforward language, Oxlade examines the variety of designs and theories connected with the strange, beautiful, and harmless phenomena called crop circles, circular patterns that inexplicably appear in crop fields. While most recent formations have been admitted hoaxes or works of art, the older, simpler ones are attributed to natural occurrences such as electrically charged air currents, wind vortices, and underground magnetic or electromagnetic forces. Perhaps the biggest Mystery of Atlantis is how such a fantastic, widespread legend could grow from just one short account written by Plato some 24 centuries ago. Evidence has been sought and stories have been told in all parts of the world. Wallace presents a variety of theories about the island's existence, location, and destruction, each...


Crop Circles
Jonathan Sherwood
1420826786
Apr 2005
Paperback
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Crop Circles: Exploring the Designs and Mysteries
Werner Anderhub
1579902979
October 2002
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Crop Circles: Exploring the Designs & Mysteries is Werner Anderhub and Hans Peter Roth's intriguing account of their investigation into this phenomenon of geometric patterns. First appearing in crop fields in 1980s England, the figures have turned up in Switzerland, France, the Netherlands, Germany and other countries, causing some to think they are of metaphysical origin. Some theorize that they are the work of extraterrestrials, others that they are crafted by mere mortals (though how they could appear so quickly in that case has not been ascertained). Other groups suggest that geometry is the key to the universe, that these geometric figures are a kind of communication they began to appear after the 1970s launch of the Pioneer space probe, which carried the first geometric communication in the form of symbols...


Alien Agenda
Jim Marrs
0061096865
August 1998
Mass Market Paperback
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Book Review
Alien Agenda is the silk thread leading the way through the maze of UFO literature into the heart of the UFO controversy. While he begins with the premise that the existence of UFOs cannot be denied, Jim Marrs (author of Crossfire, the mother of all John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy books) boldly strides into the battle over what UFOs are and why they are here. Marrs's investigative skills are invaluable in this re-examination of questions that have been overlooked, unaddressed, or unsatisfactorily resolved. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Booklist
Jim Marrs is best known for Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy (1989), the book that Oliver Stone's film JFK was partially based on. Now Marrs attacks new...


Secrets and Mysteries of the World
Sylvia Browne
1401904580
April 2006
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Everything from Atlantis to Bigfoot to the Bermuda Triangle is dusted off in this rambling rehash of pop mythology. Browne (Adventures of a Psychic) serves up perfunctory accounts of folktales, New Age origin myths and tabloid sensations, embellishing them with her desultory psychic vibes ("historians say that Stonehenge dates to about 3000 B.C., but I felt when I was there that it was more like 5000 B.C.") and the nattering asides—"Francine said there are forty-four universes"—of her "spirit guide." Influenced by Francine and theorist Erich Van Daniken, who believes astronauts existed in ancient times, Browne ascribes most unexplained phenomena to extraterrestrials from the Andromeda galaxy, who are responsible for the Pyramids (built with "anti-gravity rods"), crop circles (formed by aliens to "get...


Crop Circles
Freddy Silva
1569377626
July 2006
Wall Calendar
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Book Description
They appear seemingly out of nowhere; one moment a pristine field, the next moment a complex and mysterious design imprinted in the nearly ripened wheat. The stalks are bent and laid in swirls and patterns of mathematical precision and yet remain virtually undamaged. Some designs demonstrate principles of geometry while others portray ancient religious symbols. Skeptics tell us they’re hoaxes, but no one can fully explain how these patterns are created with such speed and accuracy. Some even believe there are alien forces at work.
The Crop Circles 2007 wall calendar features thirteen incredible crop circle photographs paired with fascinating information about this phenomenon by expert Freddy Silva, a leading researcher of crop circle occurrences and author of Secrets in the Fields: The Science and...


Crop Circles 2006 Wall Calendar
Freddy Silva (Photographer)
1569376190
July 7, 2005
Calendar
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Book Description
They appear seemingly out of nowhere; one moment a pristine field, the next moment a complex and mysterious design imprinted in the nearly ripened wheat. The stalks are bent and laid in swirls and patterns of mathematical precision and yet remain virtually undamaged. Some designs demonstrate principles of geometry while others portray ancient religious symbols. Skeptics tell us they’re hoaxes, but no one can fully explain how these patterns are created with such speed and accuracy. Some even believe there are alien forces at work. The Crop Circles 2006 wall calendar features thirteen incredible crop circle photographs paired with fascinating information about this phenomenon by expert Freddy Silva, a leading researcher of crop circle occurrences and author of Secrets in the Fields: The Science and Mysticism of...

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