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THE GLASTONBURY SYMPOSIUM 2006 - 04/10/2006

Although certainly not the only crop circle gathering each year, the Glastonbury Symposium is the longest-established, and as such makes for a good place to ‘test the temperature’ of where the collective philosophy of the crop circle mindset – and increasingly far beyond - is at. In amongst all the cerealogical presentations at the sixteenth annual Glastonbury Symposium, wider concerns emerged. BARBARA WADDELL shares her personal reflections on the event…

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NO MORE THE FOOL - 04/10/2006

A formation found at Alton Barnes on 28 July 2006 appeared to some to represent the ‘Fool’ from the Tarot pack, though not everyone was happy with it (some said it was a tribute to the late Paul Obee, a recently-deceased human circlemaker). However, others feel its meaning is very relevant and SHARON PACIONE has circulated the following extract from a book on the Tarot...

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FACE IN THE LIGHT - 03/10/2006

ADRIANO FORGIONE, editor of the Italian journals ‘Edizioni Hera’ and ‘Area 51 Magazine’, has discovered some curious features in an archive crop circle photo...

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NEW 2012 & CROP CIRCLE BOOK - 03/10/2006

A new book by Daniel Pinchbeck ‘2012 – The Return of Quetzalcoatl’ (though soon to be renamed for the forthcoming paperback version) takes a broad look at the alternative world, focussing on the 2012 phenomenon and crop circles in particular. GEOFF STRAY, author of ‘Beyond 2012’ and webmaster of the ‘Diagnosis 2012’ website, considers its pros and cons…

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CROPPIEDOM ALIVE AND WELL - 02/10/2006

Aside from the apparent downturn in crop circle numbers, some recent reports about the state of the circle research world itself seem unnecessarily apocalyptic. Do these accounts say more about those writing them then it does about the actual reality, asks ANDY THOMAS..?

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