Cropcircle archive

Diagram
Last large circle.
The ‚??flower‚??.
Close up of one of the smallest circles.
Largest circle.
Vorige Blz

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.

1st Formation 2011

24
April
2011

On Easter Sunday, just after midnight, Robbert was drawn towards a certain field near the village of Bosschenhoofd. Above the field he saw a white-yellow glow, as a result of which he knew he had to walk into the field. There he found a fresh grass formation, consisting of 18 circles, the smallest of which had a diameter of 2.3 ft and the largest 9.84 ft. The total length was 78.74 ft.

Robbert already felt for a few days the loving presence of Saint Francis of Assisi (patron saint of animals and the environment). And as he walked into the field, he again felt this presence very strongly.

Robbert immediately telepathically received a wonderful message: “Humans are no better or more advanced than animals. Animals have the same feelings and emotions and this is severely underestimated by people”.

This message was preceded (2 days earlier on April 22, at Robbert’s home) by a few beautiful appearances in photos of various animals and a monk. These pictures can be viewed in the photo gallery (or click here).