Secrets in the Fields: The Science and Mysticism of Crop Circles

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Hampton Roads Pub., 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 332 pages
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For over fifteen centuries mysterious crop circles have been mentioned in academic and religious texts. But around 1980 the phenomenon went into overdrive and exploded worldwide, and with it the public's fascination. A major controversy erupted followed by a pre-designed debunking campaign. But eyewitness accounts clearly tell another story—that a genuine phenomenon is at work, and the human hoax story is itself a hoax. Secrets In The Fields offers the most thoroughly researched, most comprehensive account of crop cirles ever published. For the first time, we are offered the complete history of the phenomenon, the anomalies that defy the boundaries of science, the source, and why they are here now. Illustrated with over 400 images and diagrams—including a photo of a Circle-maker– this is a book for people exploring the Gnostic mysteries from a multi-disciplinary view, for it covers such topics as sacred geometry, sound, physics and metaphysics, ancient symbolism, subtle energies, ancient sacred sites, UFOs, Earth cycles and 2012 prophecies. This is a Guide to where we have been and a signpost to where we are headed.

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This is a wonderful book very well written and so very interesting. The author Freddy Silva has dedicated a great deal of his time investigating crop circles collecting data and sharing with us what ... Read full review

Secrets in the Fields: The Science and Mysticism of Crop Circles

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Silva, who has worked in graphic design and advertising for most of his professional life, conveys his keen passion for earth mysticism in this probing examination of crop circles. He examines the ... Read full review

About the author (2002)

Freddy Silva is a former advertising executive. He lectures about crop circles throughout the world.

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