The year is only half over at the writing of this article but already there have been numerous circles (many of whom are not circles at all). The usual places in England have been sites – I wonder why the farmers still plant crops in those fields since they are used so often. I’d like to introduce a website that is worth bookmarking if you are interested in crop circles. It shows not only the latest ones but also a complete archive of past ones. http://temporarytemples.co.uk The crop circles that have appeared this summer have been very intricate and perhaps meaningful. Here is a small selection.
Please visit this website to see more and also to find out more about crop circles – how they appear, the speculation as to why they appear and circles form other parts of the world.