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The Crop Circle Connector Shop About Us

Hello you have reached the Crop Circle Connector web site founded by Mark Fussell and Stuart Dike in 1995.  This web site is literally the largest crop circle site on the internet.  On this site you will find information to cater for all your needs including an International crop circle database.

The crop circles you will see as part of this web site are actual events that have taken place in cereal crop fields from all over the world and their origin is unknown.

In the UK farmers recall simple circles appearing on their land for generations.  The British media first reported on the circles in the early 1980s.  By 1990 crop circles had exploded into the public mind as the new phenomenon changed from simple circular patterns into huge and complex, geometric formations.  The crop circles are a world-wide phenomenon and each year new reports come from an ever increasing number of countries.  However, the main concentration of events are to be found in Southern England, many around ancient sites such as Stonehenge, Avebury and Silbury Hill (the largest manmade mound in Europe).

Although there are many theories as to their creation, none have been able to explain satisfactorily exactly how the circles are made.  But, perhaps some of the most persuasive evidence comes in the form of video taped footage showing small bright balls of white light in and around the crop circles.  Many of these lights have been filmed in broad daylight and the objects seem to move with purpose and intelligence, could this hint at a possible link between these balls of light and the formation of crop circles?

Scientific analysis has been carried out on plant samples taken from the crop circles.  The work done by US biophysicist Dr William Levengood seems to suggest that some sort of microwave energy effect is involved in the circle making process.  Crop circle researchers are increasingly being asked to use creative and innovative thought as part of their investigative process.  Some current field research uses meditation, lights and musical sounds in an effort to communicate new patterns into the fields as the circles phenomenon has been seen to interact with the human mind.

Whatever the crop circles are, they have perplexed, moved and inspired people from all over the world.  For those involved it has changed their lives forever, with the growing realisation that we live in a world that is infinitely more complex and mysterious then we could ever have imagined.

This web site is dedicated to bringing you (the world) the very latest and most comprehensive crop circle news and information as it happens.  We incorporate reports on all the new formations with top quality photographs from some of the foremost researchers and photographers.

During the months of April to late August the British crop circles appear in the fields.  Throughout this season we will bring you the most up to date information and pictures found anywhere.  Of course, we rely on you to also report information as it happens so that we can keep our database as accurate as possible.  You can send your reports and photographs to us here at the connector.

We hope that this web site will be an open window for this most fascinating of modern mysteries and will be a meeting place for sharing for crop circle enthusiasts from all over the globe.

Mark Fussell and Stuart Dike