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Aerial photo: Yvonne & Ronald
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.

2nd Formation 2010

09
July
2010

On the night from Thursday to Friday (July 8/9), a new crop circle was formed, this time in Standdaarbuiten. Robbert felt that this formation was filled with deep, soft love-energies, Christ energy. It concerns a cross-shaped formation of 17 circles as well as 3 adjacent circles.

It is a formation with a large circle at the center of the cross with a diameter of nearly 30 ft, followed by 2 smaller circles to the south, 4 circles to the east, 4 to the west and 6 circles to the north. These smaller circles have a diameter of approx. 5 to 8 ft. The 3 circles that lie a little more secluded to the northwest are 5 to 11.5 ft. The total width of the formation is 90 ft, and the total length including the three separate circles measures 148 ft. A respectable size by Dutch standards.

What was striking, was that the grain was laid down very nicely. The center, larger circle had a pattern of a kind of vortex type, or rather, patterns of the golden ratio were clearly visible herein. No bent or stretched knots were found. We did however find a dragonfly with a scorched abdomen that somehow found it’s death, probably caused by the forming of the formation. The crop, in this case winter wheat, lay counter-clockwise in all circles.

The owner of this cornfield in Standdaarbuiten had decided to allow for public viewing.