earing around the world for decades, many believing the often very intricate and massive designs to be messages from some otherworldly entity. Skeptics, meanwhile, have long called crop circles man-made poppycock. Regardless, the fresh new crop circles in Mexico have sparked the curiosity of many, with hundreds of people and the media turning out in droves to witness the mysterious - and possibly alien - crop circle designs. The mystery of the seven-hectare crop circle pattern that appeared in the Texcoco, Mexico, barley fields on Christmas eve remains unsolved, reports RT, along with several Mexican media outlets. The Christmas Eve skies in the area of Mexico where the crop circles appeared were reportedly cloudy and rainy, but many locals in the Texcoco region, located about 25 kilometers from Mexico City, reported seeing bright lights in those skies overnight. Like gifts left by Santa Claus, the local residents found the crop circles in the morning which, coupled with the strange lights, left many in wonder at the bizarre crop circle patterns in their local barley field.
One of those reporting the strange lights of Mexico, and more, was an anonymous local woman who told police she was witnessing "the presence of aliens in farming areas and various figures in the crops," according to El Universal newspaper.
Mexico's federal and municipal police responded to the crop circle fields in question, and while they have yet to establish who - or what - created the crop circles, they have set up a perimeter to guard the fields. Police were joined by a crowd of at least 2,000 people. Among the curious spectators were several scientists examining the crop circles and surrounding area, while also gathering photographic evidence from the Mexico crop circle scene. At the same time, examination of these new Mexico crop circles revealed that they weren't quite as intricate or extraordinary as other crop circles that have popped up around the world. In fact, the more onlookers examined the crop circles, the more they began to speculate that if extraterrestrial beings were, in fact, responsible for these Mexico crop circles, they'd perhaps been making merry on Christmas Eve and gotten too jolly while creating their crop circle message. So while rumors are flourishing that the Mexico crop circles are an "alien sign," others have taken to social media to point out that if this is so, the aliens must have been "drunk." One man called these Mexico crop circles, "crap circles." …
y was photographed by crop circle hunters in Alton Barnes as the spate of crop circles seen across Britain this summer continues.
Experts say birds are seen as messengers of the gods.
The enormous pattern formed around a dew pond in a field and has left crop circle experts scratching their heads for a meaning.
The design echoes the giant jellyfish which appeared in an Oxfordshire field in early June, sparking conspiracy theories about the meaning of the huge number of patterns appearing in fields across the country.
Karen Alexander, a crop circle expert, said: "This is the first crop circle in the world to include real water elements, so it is very exciting.
"The area of Wiltshire where it has appeared is known its chalk hills and for being quite dry land, so it is even stranger that it should appear there.
"We believe it is a close relative of the jellyfish crop circle which appeared earlier in June, but beyond that we are still trying to decode the message of it.
"There are a myriad of theories about what these crop circles are trying to tell us, but at the moment we are no closer to knowing the truth it is incredibly exciting."
Crop circle theorists known as 'croppies' - believe the patterns are created by UFOs during nocturnal visits, or caused by natural phenomena such as unusual forms of lightning striking the earth.
Dorset. Although the Daily Mail is reporting it to be the first for the 2014 season, there have actually been dozens of crop circles reported this summer, according to the Crop Circle Connector website. Either way, the crop circle in Dorset is certainly one of the most spectacular.
The formation in Dorset was filmed by amateur pilot and crop circle enthusiast Mathew Williams. He told the Daily Mail, “Whoever, or whatever, created the shape must have been there all night – you have to really admire their handiwork.”
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Published on Jul 23, 2014
The first crop circle of the year has appeared in a field near Blandford Forum in Dorset leaving locals stumped over who or what created it.
Covering an enormous stretch of wheat field, the 400ft pattern, which is made up of geometric lines and circles, emerged overnight.
While many believe crop circles are created by local pranksters, some think the mysterious shapes are evidence of aliens, including amateur pilot and crop circle enthusiast Matthew Williams, 43, who said:
'Whoever, or whatever, created the shape must have been there all night - you have to really admire their handiwork.'
Mr Williams, from Avebury, Wiltshire, added: 'Last summer we didn't get many circles, but this beauty certainly makes up for that.
'The first circle of the season really does mark the start of great British summer.
'I know farmers hate them, but you really do have to appreciate the amount of effort that went in to making a 400ft pattern in a field of crops.'
There is increasing rivalry between the circle makers to produce ever more complex, intricate patterns.
However Mr Williams is not a believer of the paranormal and has previously admitted to creating crop circles himself.
He is the only man in Britain convicted of making crop circles after admitting damaging a farmer's crop in 2000 near Marlborough, Wiltshire.
Mr Williams, who was fined £100 by magistrates, was prosecuted after one of his crop circles was published on the internet.
He has since given up his hobby because he suffers from hayfever.
A crackdown by farmers meant that only 15 crop circles appeared in Wiltshire last year, compared to 50 in 2012.
Insiders claim farmers are fed up with crop circles and tourists looking to have an 'out of body experience' inside them.
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t jellyfish crop circle in Oxfordshire.
Crop circle enthusiasts claim the succession of animal designs have been created in an attempt make people more aware of the threat of climate change and predict they could continue throughout the summer.
Steve Alexander, a crop circle fanatic, from Gosport, Hampshire, said: "Some years you do get themes developing and often you are looking for why this happens.
"It could be to reflect the status of the world at the moment with its financial, political and more importantly, environmental problems.
"I imagine this will not be the last one we will see this summer and it has already been a busy summer for spotting them as they are well ahead of schedule."
In past years the crop circle season has typically run from July to August but already four have been found in barley fields stretching from Wiltshire to Oxfordshire this year.
They have been found across the ancient 'ley lines' - believed to have mystical qualities.
"There has certainly been a lot of activity and this is the busiest year since 1999 at the moment," said Mr Alexander.
"People believe they will increase in frequency up to 2012 where there will be some kind of cataclysmic world event."
Earlier this year, off the southern coast of Japan, Yoji Ookata, a deep-sea photographer and diver who has been documenting the deep sea for more than 50 years, saw something he had never observed before. A circular pattern of rippling sand about 80 feet below sea level and 6 feet in diameter was on the ocean floor.
Ookata returned to the same spot with a TV camera crew in tow to capture the discovery and figure out who or what had created its intricate design. Ookata dubbed his new find the “mystery circle” and was shocked to find out that a single puffer fish, no more than a few inches long, had created the circles using just one fin.
bjected to a short and intense burst of heat or energy that softens the stems or stalks allowing them to be folded over onto the ground at a 90° angle. When the stems or stalks reharden into their new position, the plants and crop are not damaged and continue to grow. This is the method used to identify a real crop circle formation (agriglyph). The canola oil plant has a structure like celery. If the stalk is bent more than about 45°, the stalk will break. When crop circles are found in canola fields, the stalks are bent 90°. Research and laboratory tests suggest that microwave or ultrasound may be the only method capable of producing this effect, but plant biologists are still baffled by this phenomenon.
Crop circles are not a modern phenomenon and may have been occurring for hundreds to thousands of years or longer. They exist in the centuries-old folklore of South Africa and China, and are in Native American Indian legends.
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