|Guide Picks - Top Books on Crop Circles|
|Although science regards them as no more than clever manmade designs, many researchers say there is compelling proof that the origins of these mysterious formations is unexplained. Here are some fascinating books and approach the subject with unique perspectives.|
Circles : The Greatest Mystery of Modern Times|
Lucy Pringle, one of the foremost photographers of crop circles, has written a well-rounded, detailed account of the crop formation phenomenon. This is a book that should be of interest to both believers and skeptics alike because Pringle presents the information in a reasonable, even-handed way. Plus, it's illustrated with her beautiful aerial photographs.
Lights and Crop Circles|
No one, perhaps, is more qualified to write about the mysteries surrounding crop circles than science reporter Linda Moulton Howe, who has been reporting on the phenomenon (and other mysteries like cattle mutilations) for decades. In this book, Howe interviews many knowledgeable scientists, including a mathematician and a geologist about the strange occurrences in and around crop circles.
Deepening Complexity of Crop Circles: Scientific Research & Urban Legends|
Eltjo Haselhoff has written an interesting volume on crop circles that examines some of the scientific evidence. This evidence, which is largely ignored by the mainstream press, includes such unexplained phenomena as the dead sometimes exploded flies, curious deposits, germination and more.
Circles Revealed: Language of the Light Symbols|
This book by Barbara Lamb and Dr. Judith Moore takes a "New Age" approach to the crop circle phenomenon. Through a "channeled investigation" the authors conclude that crop circles and Mother Nature's way of helping us all survive the millennium. It's more of a philosophical approach than a scientific one, but interesting reading nonetheless.
Gift: the Crop Circles Deciphered|
Author Doug Ruby has a unique take on the crop circle phenomena, too. Using his "common sense intuition," Ruby has created several three-dimensional models of several crop formations in his efforts to understand their meaning. He believes they have a specific meaning and just might have something to do with UFOs. A bit on the "out there" side, but interesting.
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