The Season of Circles

Teresa Olson
By Teresa Olson July 10, 2017 10:36 Updated


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We  are all familiar with many types of seasons – seasons of a year, of life, farming…and crop circles.  But everyone agrees on these various seasons except the last one I mentioned which runs from April to August.  Crop circles have been studied for decades, and the question is who, or what, is making them?

Public interest of this mystery first began in the 1980’s, but there is some reputable scientific literature that describes circular formations in grain crops that goes back to 1880.  An early description from 1932 also includes a photograph and diagram taken from the vantage point of a hill.  The circles are mainly found in the United Kingdom but have spread to dozens of countries in the last several decades.  Of course there are people who took credit for those circles (by using planks to press down the grain) in an attempt to gain fame, travel and financial benefits, but authorities have claimed that crop circles began appearing in England at least 300 years before the period when the hoaxers profess to have begun their work.  Other crop circle enthusiasts have come up with theories ranging from reasonable to ridiculous:

  • The especially vigorous sexual activity of horny hedgehogs
  • Localized and precise wind patterns
  • Scientifically undetectable Earth energy fields and meridians called ley-lines
  • Time travel or alien life

And yet others believe these patterns are messages such as “Believe,” “There is good out there,” Beware the bearers of false gifts and their broken promises,” and “We oppose deception.”

So what do you think?  Have you ever found crop circles in one of your fields?  The first video below reveals some compelling evidence and intriguing information, and the second talks about 20 years of research done by a professional.

Just remember – the truth is out there…somewhere.


-Terry Olson, Titan Outlet Store



Teresa Olson
By Teresa Olson July 10, 2017 10:36 Updated
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