Subscribe to Newsletter

Categories

Most Viewed

Archives

Mysterious Crop Circle Codes Finally Cracked

It’s believed by some researchers that authentic crop circles are advanced pictogram and mathematical communications from another reality. But many of the visual messages have confused and puzzled serious investigators for decades. Now a brilliant researcher, the creator of the revolutionary 3D Fractal Resolution Imaging (FRI) process, reveals the amazing messages hidden within crop circles. For the very first time, the FRI process permits the often enigmatic, important alien communications to be seen, interpreted in an entirely new way and, most importantly, understood by astonished humans.

Crop circles were first noticed and reported as far back as the 17th Century. The phenomenon was sporadic and sometimes years would pass before a farmer noticed one in his fields.

UFO researchers became interested in the phenomena during the 1950s and 1960s. Back then few circles exhibited the intricate geometric designs or pictograms that are evident today. The circles were simply that: circular depressions in fields of wheat, rye, or barley. Whether the circles were appearing all over the world is unknown. The cases that were reported and investigated occurred primarily in Canada, the U.S. and Great Britain.

Crop circles: a centuries-old mystery

Debunkers that slough off all crop circles as hoaxes perpetrated by smirking pranksters must not be aware that the strange phenomenon has been noticed and reported about for centuries.

The first such record of a mysterious crop circle appears in a pamphlet circulated in England during 1678.

The circle was dubbed the Mowing-Devil by the author of the pamplet and a portion of it states:

“Being a True Relation of a Farmer, who Bargaining with a Poor Mower, about the Cutting down Three Half Acres of Oats, upon the Mower’s asking too much, the Farmer swore ‘That the Devil should Mow it, rather than He.’ And so it fell out, that that very Night, the Crop of Oats shew’d as if it had been all of a Flame, but next Morning appear’d so neatly Mow’d by the Devil, or some Infernal Spirit, that no Mortal Man was able to do the like.”

The phenomenon of enigmatic crop circles was born in the 17th Century and since then thousands have appeared overnight in fields of every crop imaginable. Although crop circles have been discovered, photographed, and investigated all over the world, most appear in the United Kingdom and North America.

Pranksters Dave Chorley and Doug Bower

Hoaxsters claim creating all the crop circles

Despite the fact that the existence of strange circles in farmers’ fields can be traced back hundreds of years, two self-described pranksters attempted to take credit for the geometric patterns appearing across the British countryside.

Claiming they started the whole thing, Dave Chorley and Doug Bower demonstrated their techniques and took credit for many startling images that seemed to magically spring up since 1978 in fields across the UK during the night.

Following in the proverbial footsteps of the two agricultural artists, John Lundberg, the brains behind an organization of radical edged artists calling themselves the “circlemakers arts collective”, has carried on the dubious work of engineering spectacular crop field “messages” from the 1990s to today.

Yet the real phenomenon still exists and still puzzles serious researchers. Theories of what the circles really are, how they’re formed, and what they mean, abound.

What, why, and how: the crazy world of crop circles

Some circles appear in a matter of hours during pouring rain in violent thunderstorms. Some have appeared in fields near observatories and scientific installations.

Some researchers that reach a circle shortly after it’s appeared report feeling weak, faint, or light-headed within the circle. Others report phenomenon like strange sounds, buzzes, and whines. Some have observed insects and animals turn away at the perimeter of a crop circle and refuse to enter the area.

Some circles have such an aura of high strangeness that researchers are almost ready to tear their hair out: the physical phenomenon raises hundreds of questions, but provides sparse answers.

Various explanations for the appearance of crop circles includes UFOs, inter-dimensional, messages from parallel universes, or unknown intelligent energy vortices.

W. C. Levengood, a biophysicist and retired researcher at the Institute of Science and Technology of Michigan,asserts that the real crop circles are not man-made. The scientist argues that the stalks of crops are warped in certain directions, often appearing woven, and whatever force is creating them “warps nodes.”

W. C. Levengood in his laboratory

After intense investigation, Levengood believes that microwave energy or rapidly rotating plasma vortexes create the phenomena. His theory, however, doesn’t explain the obvious intelligence behind the messages.

FRI process reveals circles’ hidden messages

After years of meticulous research, many find themselves stymied over the geometric communications, whatever their origin.

The very fact that some sort of energy creates the crop circles and also fashions them as two-dimensional images using three dimensional energy whirlwinds suggests that deeper meanings may be hidden within the otherworldy transmissions from another reality.

Researchers have hit a roadblock in their quest to discern the deeper meanings of the images.

FRI comes to the rescue

The following images have been revealed by the 3D Fractal Resolution Imaging process. Some of the images are uplifting and convey hope and joy for humanity. Other images are dark and disturbing, nightmares from the borderline of a spiritual twilight zone that tantalizes with the horrors of hellishly malevolent realms.

Set one: from skyscapers to ‘what the hell is that?’

Enlargement of previous image

Hidden fractal image of the message’s sender?

What appeared as skyscrapers is revealed as horned alien

Set two: an alien grey

Yin-yang formation with arcs and delineation

FRI reveals alien grey hidden in the message

Set three: the human aura

Waden Hill crop circle, England

FRI finds human image in message

Amazing human figure holds globe, shows lungs, and glows with aura

Set four: tentacled being with snarling energy demon

Klingon starship design composed of strange alien symbols

Processed image reveals same tentacled creature with embedded demon face that appears in FRI processed images from ice crystals-UFO depression. [See Incredible Multi-Dimensional Alien Images Discovered]

Set five:

Planetary wheel hides amazing image

Image enhanced with revolutionary FRI process

Unearthly alien head stares from center of circle

The FRI process is discovering many of the hidden messages within authentic crop circles. Some underscore the original message, others are hidden warnings.

Some (in a very disturbing way), seem like veiled threats.

Source