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2012 BOOK CREATES A STIR - 03/06/2006

Geoff Stray’s magnum opus ‘Beyond 2012’ has gone a long way to spread the word far and wide about the possibilities of some kind of huge shift, symbolic or physical, in the year 2012, an event seemingly long indicated in ancient writings and calendars, and apparently reflected in several crop formations. MIRANDA JOYCE reviews the book…

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HEADS IN THE SAND? - 03/06/2006

JIM HOULROYD is concerned at the late start to the 2006 season and about the debunking efforts of former croppies…

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SORE-ENSEN POINT - 02/06/2006

PETER SØRENSEN still doesn’t think the 1996 Oliver’s Castle video is real...

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SWIRLED NEWS AN ‘OCCULT RELIGION’… - 02/06/2006

It came to our attention recently that certain company website-blocking filters are branding our very own Swirled News as something other than what it is. This raises some interesting points. ANDY THOMAS and a variety of correspondents mull the funny and serious sides of the matter…

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CROP CIRCLE CAFÉ READY FOR NEW SEASON - 01/06/2006

The ‘Silent Circle’ café at Cherhill, Wiltshire has become an important meeting point and information source for visitors to the UK crop formations. After a few years of change, power-struggles, refurbishments, attempted coup d’etats and lots of tea and cake, the café is back in the hands of its founder, revamped and ready to go for a new crop circle season, as ALISON FINDLAY reports…

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