Crop circles 2018: The last ‘circles’ of the season?

Saarbrücken (Germany) – With the completion of the last harvest work in the northern hemisphere and the crop circle season 2018 may have found their temporary end. For this reason, GreWi raises in the following the usual briefly commented view on the so far last crop circle copy, which was discovered world-wide since the middle of July.

 

On the morning of July 21, a twelve-part “throwing star” was discovered in a ripening wheat field on Cliffords Hill near Stanton St. Bernard in the southwestern county of Wiltshire – however, a short time later the farmer destroyed it with the combine harvester and prohibited further entry into the field ,


Copyright: Nick Bull, 
Crop Circles from Above

Once again well outside the classic crop circle center in central southwest England, a comparatively cryptic formation near Sutton Hall in the eastern county of Essex was discovered on 22 July – but documented only from the air. Especially the smaller curved additions of the big “flower” have since caused many speculations about their meaning.


Copyright: CropCircleConnector.com

Also widely commented was the potential significance of the crop circle formation, which has since been known only as “The Door”, which was discovered on June 23 at Gurston Ashes in Wiltshire. On the basis of the following aerial photographs, it becomes clearly visible how strongly it can depend on the particular photo perspective, whether or not geometrical inaccuracies – such as curved lines – are recognized as such.


Copyright: Steve Alexander, 
temporarytemples.co.uk

On July 26, 2018, a large, snowflake-like formation was discovered in a wheat field at Chesterton Windmill in Warwickshire. After allowing the formation to visit, the farmer briefly changed his mind again and closed the field for observers and examiners. You can find many more pictures of the formation HERE .


Copyright: Nick Bull, 
Crop Circles from Above

An almost classical formation in the form of a double-circle and another outer circle was found on June 27, 2018 in a field on the Wyke Lane, near East Worldham in the county of Hampshire.


Copyright: Hampshire Flyer via 
CropCircleConnector.com

On July 29, 2018, another flower-shaped formation was discovered in a wheat field on Hackpen Hill in Wiltshire.


Copyright: Nick Bull, 
Crop Circles from Above

Here, too, the farmer forbid the access of any observers or inspectors, but nevertheless, some people get a quick visit, which is why numerous pictures from the interior and the interesting soil situation of the grain are available. These can be found HERE .

One of the most interesting crop circle cases of the season from the point of view of concrete crop circle research was on July 31, 2018, near Québec in the Canadian province of the same name: After local residents had crossed the field the previous night, “swirling lights” and perhaps even the formation of the crop circle had observed the crop circle itself the following day – a simple single circle of about 18 meters in diameter with four small projections discovered.


Copyright: Jean-Charles Moyen, MUFON Quebec

In addition to observing the lights above the field, there are numerous other features of the case that are being studied by Canadian researchers. As soon as the final report is available, crop circle researcher Andreas Müller will report extensively on Grenzwissenschaft-Aktuell.de (GreWi).

On the subject

The first crop circle formation in August 2018 was then discovered on 3 August in a young, green wheat field near Prudentópolis in the sparsely populated region of Jesuíno Marcondes in the southern Brazilian state of Paraná and a few days later by the Brazilian UFO researcher Ademar Jose (AJ) Gevaerd , the publisher of the Brazilian “UFO Magazine”.


Copyright: Ademar Jose Gevaerd, 
ufo.com.br

The 84-meter-long pattern was discovered in the early morning by César Jakub, who lives barely 200 meters from the discovered crop circle (see Fig.). The night before, neither he nor his neighbor had heard any sounds, and the watchdogs were silent, though they usually hit every nighttime disturbance. “The pattern itself seems very inaccurate and irregular,” reports Gevaerd. “But the terrain is also very uneven and it had previously rained heavily, which had already severely damaged the field itself.”

Despite the inaccurate form, Gevaerd, who has previously been able to study and investigate crop circles in England and elsewhere in Brazil, has reported no signs of human activity. Exactly in the center of the formation, the investigators found the carcass of one (the advanced decay process) long ago died armadillo. “However, this carcass must have arrived here after the pattern had formed because otherwise it would have been covered and covered by the plants laid down. Whether and what this carcass could have to do with the crop circle, we can not explain yet. (Note GreWi: Previously, the flattened cadavers of porcupines were found in two Canadian crop circles. that the animals died as a result of the formation processes of the crop circles, since porcupines do not flee in case of danger, but instead intrude and trust in the protection of their spikes. Similarly, armadillos behave in danger.)


Copyright: Ademar Jose Gevaerd, 
ufo.com.br

Gevaerd concludes by summing up the situation as follows: “As the crop circle was badly damaged at the time of our investigations, we currently do not have enough information to say with certainty whether this crop circle is real or man-made. In any case, it is the earliest crop circle in Brazil, where the season usually starts in October. “

The great formation, considered by many to be the aesthetic highlight of the English Crop Circle season of 2018, was then discovered on August 10 in a harvest-ready field near Etchilhampton in Wiltshire. With a diameter of around 90 meters, it was also one of the largest formations of the summer. The symbolism reminded, however, of a crop circle formation that had been discovered at Reisting in Bavaria in 2014 (… GreWi reported ).


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FrankLaume.de

Although the pattern itself was geometrically numerous inaccuracies, the symbolism of the crop circle formation, discovered near Fonthill Bishop in Wiltshire on August 13, 2018, caused speculation among many observers – not least because the watch-like pattern was discovered next to an agricultural test series which at least at first glance has grain-like features, but consists of mown segments.


Copyright: Nick Bull, 
Crop Circles from Above

A rather unusual discovery was made on August 14 at Norridge Wood, not far from Cley Hill near Warminster. Not only that the crop circle formation was discovered in an overripe barley field, as they are actually mowed already at this time of year (note GreWi: The harvest time for barley begins here in part already at the end of June), even the pattern itself seems unnoticed for a long time in the field to be located. At the very least, this fact explains that the pattern is only vaguely recognizable due to the re-raised grain.


Copyright: Steve Alexander, 
temporarytemples.co.uk

The crop circles that have been discovered since 2008 and also this year around Prudentópolis in Brazil (see 3 August) apparently inspired the satellite Internet provider ” HughesNet ” to produce a local grain circle pattern in the form of the WLAN / WIFI symbol for advertising purposes (… see 1 , 2):

The Philippine pay-TV provider “CignalTV” evidently had a similar idea and at the beginning of August placed two almost identical samples in fields at Nueva Ecija and Nasugbu. The two crop circle fakes can be used as “H-CON 180810” Read and thus as a publicity stunt on the TV entertainment event H-Con 2018 understood the “History Channel” in the Philippines, where also the moderator of the history documentary ” Ancient Aliens “Giorgio Tsoukalos appeared:

The most recent crop circle event of the summer of 2018 was then discovered during a flight over a crop circle, which had been discovered on 1 July at the Pancake Plantation, near Alton in the county of Hampshire (… GreWi reported ). The simple pattern of a small central circle surrounded by two rather inaccurate rings (see Fig. 1) was evidently extended to a larger – but still inaccurate six-star pattern (r.). The formerly small central circle can still be recognized in the new pattern as a small dark spot. Copyright: Nick Bull, Crop Circles from Above




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