Crop Circles: Signs of Contact

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Colin Andrews, author of the bestseller Circular Evidence, the first book about the crop circle phenomenon, brings the world up to date with his many years of research. Recognized as the world's foremost authority on crop circles, he takes you on a mysterious and informative ride into the world of the crop circle enigma. Andrews, with Stephen Spignesi, provides an overview of the crop circle mystery and sets the record straight about the nature of crop circles, their origin, their meaning, the places, and people ...
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Overview

Colin Andrews, author of the bestseller Circular Evidence, the first book about the crop circle phenomenon, brings the world up to date with his many years of research. Recognized as the world's foremost authority on crop circles, he takes you on a mysterious and informative ride into the world of the crop circle enigma. Andrews, with Stephen Spignesi, provides an overview of the crop circle mystery and sets the record straight about the nature of crop circles, their origin, their meaning, the places, and people involved with them. Lavishly illustrated, Crop Circles also explores the many theories of crop circle formation, describes Colin's first experience with crop circles, and details the intricacies of his decades studying the wonder of actual crop circle events and theory.
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Whether we regard them as extraterrestrial artistry or cunning hoaxes, crop circles arrest our attention. Colin Andrews, a 20-year veteran of circle study, offers an updated view of these fascinating fractal swirls. No one is more qualified for the task than he. The founding president of the Circles Phenomenon Research International (CPRI), Andrews wrote 1989's Circular Evidence, the very first book about the alien shapes.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781564146748
  • Publisher: Career Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/16/2003
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 7.02 (w) x 9.74 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
The Telling 13
My Mission Statement 15
My Friend Colin 19
Circular Evidence, the Story Behind the "Crop Circle Bible" 21
Part I A Holy Curiosity 23
Madison Square Garden: The Beginning 25
Chapter 1 The Path 27
Chapter 2 What Are Crop Circles? 37
Chapter 3 The Undeniable Evidence: Facts in Search of a Theory 51
Part II The Making of a Crop Circle 57
Madison Square Garden: Geography 59
Chapter 4 The Theories 61
Chapter 5 Location, Location, Location: A Crop Circle Gazetteer 75
Part III Stonehenge 83
Madison Square Garden: Insecurity 85
Chapter 6 The Stonehenge Julia Set: Out of Nowhere? 87
Chapter 7 Stonehenge: A Coincidental Discovery 91
Chapter 8 An Interview With Busty Taylor 95
Part IV Weird Science 99
Madison Square Garden: Spiraling Views 101
Chapter 9 Sounds From the Fields: Insects, Birds, or the Circles Themselves? 103
Chapter 10 Operation White Crow 107
Chapter 11 Hayley's Connection: Crop Circles and Remote Viewing 111
Chapter 12 The Diatonic Ratios in Crop Circles 115
Part V Crop Circle Counterfeiting: Liars in the Fields 119
Madison Square Garden: A Message From the Environment? 121
Chapter 13 Crop Circle Hoaxes and the Circus in the Fields 123
Chapter 14 Operation Blackbird 131
Chapter 15 The Oliver's Castle Video 139
Chapter 16 Crop Circle Empowerment: The Cost of Deception 145
Chapter 17 The "80/20" Statement: The Politics of Truth 153
Chapter 18 Half and Half: Where I Stand Today 159
Part VI At the Movies 167
Chapter 19 Crop Circle Movies and Documentaries 169
Closing Words: Carrying Out Instructions 173
Appendices
Appendix A A Crop Circle F.A.Q. 175
Appendix B A Crop Circle A to Z 183
Appendix C A Crop Circle Who's Who 193
Appendix D Crop Circle Websites 203
Appendix E The Andrews Catalog 205
Index 233
About the Authors 239
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