Rules when visiting CropcirclesWe 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.
11th Formation 2014
Already some days ago, during a Skype conversation, Robbert had told Nancy Talbott about how he constantly saw an image in his mind of a crop circle formation featuring the number eight as a symbol. Nancy then shared this information with a number of people around her.
On the evening of Tuesday, July 8th, the vision became so substantial that it made Robbert decide to notify his friend Roy and ask him to come over, just in case something would occur. Roy arrived at around half past eleven.
It must have been close to midnight when all of a sudden Robbert mentally received the whereabouts of the field in question: it had to be somewhere between Hoeven and Oudenbosch. They got in the car and went on their way.
On arrival at the specific location, Robbert saw an energy field hanging above the area and knew that the formation would be found beneath it. They entered the land via the tractor tracks and Robbert immediately felt the presence of helpers and light beings. Soon, they came to a large circle, whereby it became clear that the eight-symbol of Robbert's vision was composed of still upright standing wheat. Surrounding the circle was a narrow ring. It was nice to see how the formation was situated exactly between two tractor tracks.
The next day Roy went back to take photos of the formation, which wasn't easy to accomplish due to heavy rainfall. He was also able to trace the owner of the plot, who, however, wasn't pleased with the news and made it very clear not to allow any visitors on his land. So, unfortunately, this beautiful formation will not be open to the public. We'll have to make do with the photos. There is a small possibility that we'll be able to obtain some areal photos. Should this be the case, they will naturally be placed here in the crop circle archive.
One day later Robbert received a special message that’s associated with this formation and he also was allowed to make some exceptional photos. In order to read this message and to view these photos go to the section Wonderful-events on this site.(or click here)