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Dowsing the Crop Circles: New Insights into the Greatest of Modern Mysteries Paperback – 1991. by John Michell (Author).
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Lucy Pringle's book will fascinate a great many readers. Published by Thorsens, Harper Collins ISBN 0-7225-3855-3. Crop Circles: The Greatest Mystery of Modern Times quantity.
Crop circles - strange patterns that appear mysteriously overnight in farmers' fields-provoke puzzlement, delight and intrigue among the press and public alike. The circles are mostly found in the United Kingdom, but have spread to dozens of countries around the world in past decades. Despite having been studied for decades, the question remains: Who - or what - is making them? Early crop circles.
Dowsing the Crop Circles: New Insights into the Greatest of Modern Mysteries: ISBN 9780906362174 (978-06362-17-4) Softcover .
Dowsing the Crop Circles: New Insights into the Greatest of Modern Mysteries: ISBN 9780906362174 (978-06362-17-4) Softcover, Gothic Image, 1991. Living Wonders: Mysteries and Curiosities of the Animal World. ISBN 9780500012765 (978-0-500-01276-5) Softcover, Thames and Hudson Ltd, 1982.
John Frederick Carden Michell (9 February 1933 – 24 April 2009) was an English author and esotericist who was a prominent figure in the development of the Earth mysteries movement. Over the course of his life he published over forty books on an array of different subjects, being a proponent of the Traditionalist school of esoteric thought.
The New Circlemakers. Insights into the Crop Circle Mystery. Whatever one thinks of the modern circles phenomenon there is insurmountable evidence that swirled or flattened circles of grass and cultivated crop have been occurring for hundreds of years. In the book I cite various examples recalled from the early part of the twentieth century, while British folklore abounds with stories of so-called fairy rings, a term used both for rings of dark discoloration in grassy meadows caused by fungi and swirled circles of wheat and barley.
The mystery of those giant circles and odd geometric shapes that have been showing up in recent summers in wheat fields .
The mystery of those giant circles and odd geometric shapes that have been showing up in recent summers in wheat fields across southern England has been explained - up to a point. Newspapers in London today published the claims of two local men who said they were the ones who had been skulking around the countryside under cover of darkness, trampling out patterns with wooden boards as a big joke.