Crop Circles: Signs of Contact

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Career Press, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 238 pages
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Traces the history of crop circles, providing an overview of the crop circle mystery and speculating as to what they might mean and where they come from.
 

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I love this book because its honest, interesting, and it rings true. Much thanks to the writers.

Contents

I
13
II
15
IV
19
VI
21
VIII
23
XI
25
XIII
27
XV
37
XLIII
111
XLV
115
XLVII
119
XLVIII
121
L
123
LI
131
LIII
139
LV
145

XVII
51
XIX
57
XX
59
XXII
61
XXIV
75
XXVI
83
XXVII
85
XXVIII
87
XXX
91
XXXII
95
XXXIV
99
XXXVII
101
XXXVIII
103
XLI
107
LVII
153
LIX
159
LXII
167
LXIV
169
LXVI
175
LXVII
177
LXIX
183
LXXI
193
LXXIII
203
LXXV
205
LXXVII
233
LXXVIII
239
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Page 7 - Faith on the other hand has a centre but no limiting circumference, for 'the nature of God is a circle of which the centre is everywhere and the circumference is nowhere' (St Bonaventura quotes this celebrated dictum in the thirteenth century but its author is unknown).

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Spignesi is a New York Times best-selling author and third generation jeweler.

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