Enigma Penetration: Crop Circles
Center for North American Crop
POB 476, Lutherville, MD 21O94
Phone: 410-628-1522 Fax: 410-628-1S24
To the Reader:
The Center for North American Crop Circle Studies (CNACCS)
commissioned Psi Tech in 1992 to conduct a remote viewing
project concerning crop circles. The Center's intent was to
learn how crop circles are formed, and perhaps be able to test
the information by scientific means. The project was made
possible by a donation from an individual specifically for this
This report is the result of that project. The Center has no
official opinion on the results, but wishes to provide the
information to the general public for consideration and
discussion. Comments from readers are welcome.
Rosemary Ellen Guiley
June 29, 1992
To: Rosemary Ellen Guiley Director
Center for North American Crop Circle Studies
PO. Box 1712 New Canaan, CT 06840-1712
Dear Ms. Guiley,
During the period 13-27 June 92, five PSI TECH remote viewers
investigated the subject of "crop circles", using the Barbury
Castle event as a reference target. Viewers focused upon the
phenomenon's causal agency, function/purpose, and mechanics of
production. The attached Final Report is provided for your
evaluation and comments.
Information provided herein should assist in the chemical
qualitative analysis of circle plant material, and may also form
the basis for scientific discussions concerning the viewer
described associated objects, and their perceived capabilities.
In our opinion, the RV data associated with the function of the
circles has implications that go far beyond scientific knowledge
and technical evolution per se.
As always, I am available at any time to discuss these results
and make recommendations.
Edward A. Dames
The following technical remote viewing report represents the work of
five expert remote viewers who conducted multiple sessions against
the target topic. Independent viewer descriptions have been compiled
and data reduction performed on redundant, mutually corroborating
information. In instances where an individual viewer's personal
thesaurus lacked an empirical label for concepts associated with a
perceived gestalt, then those ideas found expression in simile,
analogue, metaphor, or allegory. Numbers in brackets refer to
accompanying sketches. -E.A.D.
Crop circles are purposefully created by a collection of alien races
who appear to be capable of time travel. The pictographs serve
primarily as reference markings and for 'event line' orientation.
The pictographs are deliberately embedded in a short-lived,
Production of the circles occurs via two primary mechanisms:
Crop circles are not symbols intended as
a "message to man." These deliberately created pictographs are
signposts, or reference marks produced by aliens moving in space and
time (back and forth/in and out), who are monitoring the course of
event trajectories, (in a state space analysis sense), on Earth.
At least twelve different species of extraterrestrials, all from
different points of origin, use and recognize these unique
A great deal of importance is attached to the pictographs by the
visitors, whose vehicles often change direction after a circle
flyby. Some craft halt in the vicinity of the circles for what
appear to be communications checks. on occasion, craft temporarily
stop and conduct exploratory probing/testing in the vicinity of the
The deliberately selected circle medium, (grasslands), is one which
guarantees perishability; the circles are ephemeral by design.
Additionally, the transitory nature of the pictographs is also
connected with the idea that more permanent marks on the Earth would
tend to attract man's attention to fixed, specific locations. This
is not in the "game plan" of these visitors, who are attempting to
maintain a covert presence, as much as operationally possible.
Although the blueprint for each circle is mapped out ahead of time,
allowance is made for "fortuitous aesthetic occurrences-- the idea
grows with the doing. For each mark, the creation date, (in a
celestial time standard), geographical location, and geometry are
recorded in a central registry.
Anecdotally, it was noted that the circles have given rise
historically to various beliefs connected with the supernatural. For
instance, the circles inspired the idea of the 'elves' green rings.
Nasca lines and, most noteworthy, Navajo sand paintings, were
ideas born of attempts to copy the "marks of the Gods", so as to
evoke a visitation or response.
Alien production of the circles has been concentrated primarily in
geographic "belts" which serve as benchmark regions for
global-cultural change. One or more pictographs are made to record
the presence of each particular observing agency during its
excursions among/within what appear to be multiple/alternate/
alternative event pathways connected with Earth's history/
histories. There are many more visitors in this era (our present)
than in other recorded eras.
Strongly associated with these observing missions, are indications
that an intelligent agency is/has been intervening in human affairs
at critical junctures--certain key historic events indeed seem to
have been manipulated. This agenda is attached to the overriding
idea of "building a metaphoric structure, the foundation of which
spans the time continuum-- rather than with the idea of engineering"
a set condition, or conditions, "up ahead", in a linear time sense.
[Editor's Note: It was not determined
whether the agencies responsible for producing the circles are
themselves involved in this intervention, or are acting merely as
"Tools" are employed for the physical production of the circles. Two
devices, possibly used in tandem, were perceived. One device hovers
about 2O feet above the projected locus of a "regular" circle. It
possesses a flattish-shaped, shiny and silvery, metallic-like
appearance, and has a corrugated edge, "like the reeds of a curved
harmonica". The object is several yards wide. Underneath it, one
experiences a shortness of breath as if from insufficient oxygen.
The device undergoes a smooth, rhythmic, graduated, up and down
movement that involves some sort of pulsing/pumping power. There are
accompanying heat and pressure waves. The waves hit the ground and
are reflected outward.
Below, there occurs rapid bending and heaving of the plant stalks in
different directions. Inside the stalks, there is a sense of
bursting/popping, and stretching in some places-- compression in
others. Pressure at the cellular level reaches the point where cell
membranes rupture. The greater the amount of fluid content, the more
subject the cell is to the effect. Some of the plants are at first
tugged or sucked upwards, but most finally fall over" (with a
'swish' sound) rather than being pushed down. The entire event often
causes dust and fine bits of vegetation to be blown about.
Also perceived are lights that flick from here to there across the
area quickly, but purposefully, with no wasted motion or loitering.
This effect is produced by an object, (sometimes two identical
objects), which appears during crop circle production as a sphere,
or globe, about 15 inches in diameter. This object's shape is
actually very fluid/plastic. It undergoes amazingly rapid changes in
geometry, and can realize virtually instantaneous changes in
direction and speed. Most often, the device is perceived as
occupying one of three phases, with their respective configurations.
In each phase, however, the device is found to be spinning, with
When taking on its spherical
configuration,' the device manifests a grey or silvery, smooth,
glowing, pearly appearance. During its "transitional" phase (greater
rotational speed), the colors change and become iridescent. Just
prior to vanishing, the device appears as a luminous, almost
transparent, flattish, nebula-shaped object. Working very close to
the ground, during the production of a crop circle, the "globes"
emanate a ray, crudely reminiscent of the coherent light beam
produced by a tunable laser -- but there is no "transmission of
energy, only energetic effects at (vice 'upon') the ray's target
[see below]. other characteristics of the ray: it is visible in some
instances and invisible in others.
It works across a broad frequency range,
however, it is not electromagnetic in the sense that we commonly
understand the term. The ray causes/involves fundamental effects at
the atomic particle level, (the idea of "cross polarization" may be
somehow roughly associated here). Instruments could indicate its
presence, but the signal is "unconventional", and blankets the
spectrum in a manner analogous to white noise. Our current
theoretical and applied instrumental orientation is inappropriate
for deciphering the energy/forces involved.
The ray rapidly strobes and sweeps back and forth, focusing upon
plant stalks with "surgical, programmed precision". Within the plant
stem matrix, hydrogen atoms vibrate loose -- dissociate -- from the
H2O molecules. The ray, in effect, disrupts and disables molecular
structure/bonding. Ultrasonics are produced as gases escape the
plant stem, (an effect that could be likened to the boiling of a
tiny kettle), and some localized heat is present. The concomitant
drop in turgor pressure within the stem causes the plant to bend
over -- to "rapidly wilt" -- (or, in anthropomorphic terms, to fall
over in an experiential fashion analogous to what happens when one's
knees quite suddenly "give out"). There is a gentle 'swish-swish'
sound as this effect is induced, en masse.
A fresh crop circle virtually guarantees an 'imminent' flyover by an
alien vehicle--however transitory. Employing a quick reaction
technical monitoring team would, therefore, greatly increase the
likelihood of capturing evidence of an incoming craft. An appearance
could possibly be prolonged if the team grossly disfigured or
elaborately reconfigured a circle, (again, immediately upon
discovery). Such an act may induce a degree of confusion on the part
of the vehicle occupants or intelligent machines, i.e., more time
may be required for operators/intelligent devices to confirm circle
Moreover, this 'delaying tactic' might possibly arouse the visitors'
interest--they may wish to assess and record such
Undertake the required chemical analysis necessary to validate the
physical effects described by remote viewing.
Allow dissemination of this report to select labs and key
scientists. (The phase change descriptors of the spinning device are
important to an understanding of the underlying principles behind
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