Where To Go And Crop Circles - Morris Also Alexander

1y ago


2 Topics: Thoughts on being a Prepper/Survivalist for an impending disaster. War is more likely, and knowing where to go is near impossible. But a place with water and history might be a good idea. Regarding the crop circles, I soon learned to stop publishing the comments saying humans make them. That is a rubbish disinfo argument, and yes, wikipedia is saying humans are making them. There are historical records showing crop circles from centuries ago, so we can discount the satellite ideas too. Anyway I asked Alexander Barry what he thought and there is 2 min 45 seconds of him in this video too. I will be making more interviews on the subject A link to references of crop circles in past centuries: http://walkingthelabyrinth-cameron.blogspot.co.uk/2010/11/crop-circles.html "They exist in the centuries-old folklore of South Africa and China, and are in Native American Indian legends. The first written account of a crop circle is from August 8, 1590 and is found in "The Natural History of Stafford-Shire", published in 1686. There are also other references from England's 15th century that suggest crop circle formations. In John Aubrey's "Natural History", a 1633 school teacher seen green circles made by the spirits in the grass. Another early historical record of a crop circle from 1678, is the "Mowing Devil" case, where a farmer's field was believed to have been visited by a devilish entity that trampled the crops down in a circle. There is a wood engraving of this event. In 1686, a book entitled "A Natural History of Staffordshire", made reference to rings, circles and other shapes found in grassy fields."