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By Hugh Manistre

An exploration of crop circles, supplying feedback for private examine. It addresses: the background of crop circles; theories and causes; technology and the circles; the "New Age", the mystical and the circles; hoaxes; conspiracy idea; and up to date occasions and ultimate mysteries.

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Subsequent correspondence from Lord Haddington to the lab operators, on behalf of the Centre for Crop Circle Studies, went unanswered. Andrews' colleague, Pat Delgado, had sent samples to an American, biophysicist W. C. Levengood, in the same season, and the early reports from his analysis were of more significance. They appeared to demonstrate that plants from within a formation were affected by a rare genetic abnormality, which was absent in control samples from the same field. The following year a more serious effort, under the direction of Michael Chorost, was undertaken.

He formulated a model of the psyche in which the personal unconscious of an individual is underlain by the collective unconscious of the entire human race. This may be conceived as a giant storehouse of all human experience, in which the essential elements of all human life exist as archetypes. These may lie dormant, or become active, according to the outer situation in the life of the individual or the world at large. When the outer situation prompts it, the appropriate archetype is activated and images, thoughts and behaviour patterns are released.

Levengood did not respond directly, but with John Burke and Nancy Talbott wrote to the Journal of Scientific Exploration defending their findings. They asserted that 118 of the 130 formations they had tested showed unexpected findings, including increased germination rates and growth from the seeds. These results were not repeated, which logic dictated they should be, since the earth passes through the perseids shower annually. The radiation results obtained by Marshall Dudley later turned out to be an artefact of the testing system and the procedure used in the lab and the results were not repeated the following year.

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