Cropcircle archive

Rules when visiting Cropcircles

We would like to take this opportunity to highlight the 'rules' that are associated with entering a crop circle formation. This to avoid potential irritation from the owners of the fields.
  • First we need to respect the crop and the land before setting foot on the field.
  • Avoid any damage to the crop and the land.
  • Please leave no waste, cigarette butts or other things behind.
  • Walk when possible in tractor tracks and inside the formation. Do not make new tracks.
  • Keep the formation intact. More people will want to see it as such.
  • Sometimes a farmer places an offertory box for a voluntary contribution. Please consider a donation.

10th Formation 2015

10
September
2015

After Robbert had given a reading/healing-evening in Breda, he told Roy on the way home that he felt very restless and suspected that something was about to happen. Suddenly he saw an image in his mind of a flower field with a pictograph/icon in it. Very clearly he saw a ring with a circle in its center, as well as a large spiral that was attached to the ring. As they came closer to home, Robbert also knew the location of the field in question – last year a circle had emerged in the same area. Arrived at that location, they indeed found a flower field (mustard plants). When they got out of the car, they saw a brief flash in the center of the field. This flash seemed to come from the ground. Then, a kind of luminous mist hung just above the field, but disappeared rather quickly. They entered the field and stumbled upon tractor tracks, making it easier for them to get to the center of the plot. There, they found the exact icon Robbert had described in the car. They both could feel the energy very well.

It is possible Robbert may receive a message as well, associated with this formation. If that is the case, we'll of course add it on this page.

The farmer has been approached and fortunately gave permission to take photos, but he made it very clear not to allow any visitors on his land otherwise. Therefore we will not reveal the location of this formation. We hope you'll understand. 

 

Michel Koenders, the drone pilot responsible for the beautiful aerial shots, had something special to share with us. He said the following: “It was striking that as soon as I got near the formation, I often lost contact and/or video feedback and communication with the drone. I have never experienced this before. I flew towards it and just as I reached the edge of the circle, I lost everything, several times..”

Ronald Sikking, who also makes aerial shots of the formations around Robbert, has had these experiences several times as well.