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Re: CCCRN News: 2000 UK Magnetometer Survey

From: Paul Anderson <psa@look.ca>
Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2001 17:52:56 +0000
Fwd Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2001 14:00:01 -0500
Subject: Re: CCCRN News: 2000 UK Magnetometer Survey


 >Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2001 14:08:58 -0500
 >To: ufoupdates@home.com
 >From: John Velez <johnvelez.aic@verizon.net>
 >Subject: CCCRN News: 2000 UK Magnetometer Survey Results

 >Hello Paul,

 >Fascinating and compelling results! If I may, I'd like to ask
 >several questions. (Knowing beforehand that there may not be any
 >answers.)

 >1. How many other crop circles have been 'mapped' in this way?

 >2. Have any randomly selected (unaffected/virgin) areas been
 >mapped in order to determine if the magnetic anomalies are
 >possibly endemic to the region? It's possible that the phenom is
 >attracted to pre-existing local anomalies and not the 'creator'
 >of them.

 >It's important to try to determine which may be the case. In the
 >latter scenario (that the circle-makers introduce magnetic
 >anomalies by their circle-creating activities/intervention) it
 >makes a very strong case for the presence of some unknown kind
 >of 'technology' that may be responsible for initiating the local
 >magnetic alterations. (If) they are rapidly appearing
 >'alterations' and not in fact a pre- existing condition in the
 >area.

 >3. Thirdly and I realize most unlikely, have any crop circle areas
 >that demonstrate these magnetic anomalies been surveyed _prior_
 >to a crop circle's appearance?

 >If unaffected areas have been surveyed and mapped prior to the
 >appearance of an agriglyph, and the subsequent readings differ
 >greatly from the "before" readings, it would prove conclusively
 >that the magnetic changes are tied _directly_to the appearance
 >of a crop formation.

 >4. Have any formations that are known to have been hoaxed been
 >measured in the same way? Just as a 'control' reading. It would
 >be interesting to find out if such magnetic anomalies are
 >present in formations that are known to have been
 >man-made/hoaxed.

 >Very interesting results. In combination with the other
 >oddities; the way stalks are 'bent', genetic alterations to
 >vegetation etc. the case for, (and accumulating evidence for,) a
 >genuine, as opposed to man-made 'anomalous phenomenon' continues
 >to strengthen.

 >One more question please:

 >Have any language/philologists/code breakers tried to decipher
 >any meaning (rhyme or reason) from the agriglyphs? I appreciate
 >any time you take to respond to my inquiries. I find the whole
 >subject to be most compelling and completely fascinating. My
 >best to you, and to Collin.


Hi John,

Sorry for the few days in responding, just very busy these days
as usual. Colin or Paul Vigay would be better able to answer
these questions in terms of studies done in England. In Canada,
our studies so far have been more limited, by funding and time
(or lack thereof), etc. We have, however, documented magnetic
anomalies in some formations here over the last few years, and
other anomalies as well, including the physical changes to
affected plants and so on. I would like to pursue these areas in
much more depth as I do think they are important. One factor
that BLT has noted over the past few years is that a significant
number of formations (from studies in England) appear to be
related to underground aquifers, with more or less formations
appearing in a given year depending on the height of the water
table in that given area. I like the idea of mapping areas prior
to a formation's appearance, except that you don't know exactly
where a new formation will appear next. This is even more
difficult in Canada, where there is much more land area to cover
on the prairies, etc., even in Saskatchewan alone, than in
southern England. Some hoaxed or known man-made formations have
been mapped in this way from what I understand, with negligible
or no results, but more needs to be done. I would be interested
in doing a test formation made by one of our teams here, and
mapping it afterward for comparison as well.

I'm quite interested in the 'blur' anomaly I found on two of the
still (35 mm) photos I took over one of the formations at
Midale, Saskatchewan this summer. I call it a 'distortion' but
it looks more like one of those fuzzy spots you see on TV
sometimes to blot out someone's face, etc. to hide their
identity. Same colour as background field (or else no colour,
just opaque) and roughly circular in shape. It is beside the
formation in the photos, largest in the first one and about half
the size in the second shot. It is also in the digital video
footage taken at the same time as the still photos, just looking
through two different windows on the same side of the plane. In
the video, it moves across the field of view from upper right to
lower left in about three seconds or so. That the formation was
situated between two electrical towers in the field may be
significant? Could this be related to magnetic/electrical
disturbances, either captured on film or affecting the film
itself? Any thoughts on this would be welcome. Copies of both
the prints and video can be provided. We were flying fairly low,
within a few hundred feet at most of the ground. Not seen in any
other photos or video sequences at all except over that
formation, and only in those two photos over the formation. I
also noted that the shutter would not work on my camera whenever
I tried using the zoom lens while we were circling the patterns
in the plane. It seemed to work ok afterwards for the most part.

Re language, communication, etc., my own take is that we need to
be able to separate the genuine formations from known or likely
man-made ones, which admittedly has been frustratingly
difficult, before we can go about 'deciphering' them, otherwise
the data pool is contaminated by hoaxes, and makes any
'translation' mute for the most part. Some formations have been
more obvious religious/sacred symbolism, etc. but most are not,
and can be interpreted differently by different people (but
maybe that's the point?). Many have tried deciphering them, with
a wide range of results as may be expected.

Relating to this though, we are planning some new experiments
for next summer in Saskatchewan with BLT. The specific idea came
about during a lunch discussion with John Mack while at the
Journeys Beyond conference. Details to be worked out yet, but it
would involve a system of more specific criteria in terms of any
'responses' to what we initiate. While this seems radical to
many I'm sure, even me, I've had enough experiences myself now,
as well as others I know, that do suggest an interaction of some
kind between us and who or whatever is making these patterns,
implying there is intelligence involved somehow or that at least
our own conciousness is somehow connected to all this. The
question is how to proceed from that point, if indeed this is
the case. On a related note, relating to your area of research,
it was good to finally meet John Mack and Budd Hopkins in person
at the conference, I have a lot of respect for the work of both
gentlemen. I've also had many unusual experiences going back to
my childhood and continue today.

Btw, please note again too that I forwarded the report for
information purposes; CCCRN (formerly CPR-Canada) is no longer
directly associated with Colin/CPRI, although we still
correspond, share information, etc. Our 'split' did not have
anything to do with Colin's statements on his position of 80% of
formations in England being hoaxes which caused so much
controversy, it was simply an internal organizational change
within CPRI itself, having no more affiliate offices in other
countries.

Best,

Paul Anderson

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http://www.geocities.com/cropcirclecanada

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