It could get exciting in England next summer…a £100,000 ($158,899 today) Challenge for duplicating one of the best circles ever…It’s Sarah Miles, who starred in many films and was nominated for an Academy Award, who’s at the forefront of the Challenge.
Out beyond ordinary reality, it is sooooo interesting. Case in point is this piece from a wonderful organization I belong to, rather misnamed The Scientific and Medical Network. I read their three times a year journal, Network Review, cover to cover, and feel blessed to be able to get so much value in one place. The organization comes out of England and the US membership is much smaller than the English one, but it is a worldwide network for serious mavericks, most of whom are more highly credentialed than I am.
The crop circle season is in full flower. You can track the formations as they come in here (scroll down), where each gets a page of pictures and information.
There are good books that give you the history of the circles and beautiful pictures of them, but there is only one book that takes you into the sense of discovery of what it is about them that blows your mind. And it is by a gifted writer, as well. Michael Glickman, an Englishman who was early on into the circles, which you learn about in my movie, taught architecture at USC when he lived in the States. Also, he is a designer, so he is uniquely positioned to appreciate the design factor of what the circles are demonstrating. That they are pretty patterns is one thing, but the staggering intelligence that is being delivered is another, and he will show you how the circle indeed are “the bones of God.”