Hill "Mathamagical" Matrix Crop Circle - July 2006 In
July, 2006, our "Team Cosmos", which included Simeon Hein, Peter Sorensen plus others, made the Mathamagical Matrix Crop Circle for Scott Flansburg
of HumanCalculator.com and sponsored
by the non-profit Institute for Resonance.
The Math Matrix is created around a base-9 number system, rather than the base-10
system we are commonly taught in school. Scott, a spokesman for Qwest in Denver,
teaches school kids how to add numbers in their heads using this system. The formation
took us two days to complete with a total of eight American and British circle-makers
working in the daytime. The formation showed evidence of strong electrostatic
displacement compared to the surrounding fields. There were a couple of instances
of battery and camera failure in and above of the formation during overhead photography
more from our project coordinator Peter Sorensen.
St. John, Washington Formation
- July 2004 We constructed this formation at the Iris Test Center
which is owned by Jim and Janet Leifer in St. John, Washington. The formation
was made in wheat by 4 people, including the farmer, who can be seen in the first
and third photos below handling the "stalk stomper" board. It took us
about 15 minutes in very hot weather, about 99 degrees Fahrenheit. We measured
20 to 30 volt changes with our Trek electrostatic meter inside the formation which
is typical of many crop formations, manmade or otherwise.
Cherhill Formation - August
2003 The photos below show the Institute for Resonance experimental
circle from August 2003 in England. The first photo shows our "waveguide"
formation from the air. The 100 foot diameter formation took about 3 hours to
complete with five people, most of whom were "beginners." The two photos
below, that were taken the next day, show the bent nodes that were produced in
the same circle following the construction of the formation. This shows that bent
nodes are the result of the plant trying to straighten itself after being flattened
by the "stomper board."
Kansas Crop Circle Experiment - June, 2002 In June, 2002,
we made a small crop circle in the midwest United States to scientifically test
the effects of the circle on our research equipment, including our Trek-520 static
electricity meter. The circle was about 12 feet in diameter and took about 5 minutes
to construct using a stalk-stomping board. We found that the circle changed the
static meter by over 2500 volts compared to readings in the rest of the wheat
field. When the slides of the film were developed several months later we found
strange light anomalies on many of the slides. Pictures taken of other locations
on the same roll of film were not effected. This incident supports the idea that
manmade formations create paranormal effects. If you have any explanations of
your own please lets us know using the email link at the bottom of the Opening
New Zealand Formation made by Matt Williams for Japanese TV- December,
2001 The formations below were made by Matt William's circlemaking
team for a Japanese TV show on crop circles. Williams gave the TV crew 20 formations
to choose and they chose the design below. The first photo shows this formation
which took 3 hours to make at night. It was modelled on a crop formation made
by an unknown artist that appeared in 1999 in Allington, England, seen in the
third and fourth photos. The scaffolding for the TV cameras can be seen behind
the formation next to the road. The insectoid-looking formation in the second
photo was made at the same location in about 2 hours at night.
"Earth is Missing" Formation, UK, August 2001 Made for the movie
"A Place to Stay" by Matt William's Circlemaking Team This formation
was made by the Matt Williams circlemaking team for a British movie. The formation
took about 6 hours to construct at night. The formation was a replica of a crop
circle that appeared in Hampshire, U.K. in 1995.
Hilmarton Crop Circle Experiment - July, 2001 In July,
2001, we made several crop circles in the Hilmarton area of England. The largest
circle took about 6 hours to make during night and part of the following day.
We were beginners and were not trying to set any speed records. The first photo
on the left shows the large formation before completion. The photo on the right
shows the finished formation the next day. Two of the people who helped us make
the formation were seventy-year old women. The experiment showed us that people
can make the big formations. The large formation below is 300 feet in diameter.
Beckhampton Crop Circle Experiment - July, 2001 This formation
below was made according to researcher Masao Maki's specifications to test whether
human circlemakers could make a complex design. The pattern is based on the logo
for his restaurant seen below. The formation was constructed in three hours at
night by Matthew Williams and his associates with the permission of the farmer.
Cherhill Formation - July, 2000 This formation below was
made at night by seven human circlemakers with only three "stomper" boards. I
witnessed the entire event which took a total of about 5 hours. The crop is young
barley and some of the circlemakers were beginners. The picture on the left below
was the black and white pattern I was shown ahead of time. The circlemakers had
spent days designing the pattern. The finished formation is shown as the second
photo. The last photo is an actual nightshot of one of the circlemakers constructing
the formation. I did not participate in the construction of the formation which
occurred near the town of Cherhill in England.
Devil's Den (Fyfield Down) Anomalies, UK, - July, 1999
This formation was made by a very talented circle artist and his team. I saw three different devices affected by this formation, within minutes of walking into it. The crop
circle affected electronic equipment for weeks. Below are pictures of GPS batteries
that were instantly drained by the formation. The circlemaker who made the formation
does not know why the formation has this effect.