This is a joint ‘Proclamation Document’ produced on behalf of the leading international researchers into the crop circle phenomenon (listed below).
You are welcome to post it freely in any medium.

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The study of crop circles - A proclamation initiative

 

We the undersigned have agreed to re-launch crop circle investigations and public communications into the study of crop circles with a renewed spirit of respect for others and to pursue the truth by all reasonable means possible. This timely initiative comes when the final outcome of the various crop circle investigations and ‘land-design’ experiments is thought by some to offer humanity new positive potential. There IS something to be learned here.

 

Our entire species is entering a difficult period of overpopulation, pollution of air, land and water and significant climatic change. Increasing human tensions on our planet have been noticeably exasperated by divisions and deception perpetrated by some political and even some religious leaders. Many populations on our small planet are 'war weary' and desperate to be represented with trustworthy leadership who apply basic human principles. It is clear to all that division and deception is rife and that these cancerous qualities grow only because they are not challenged by a busy population.

 

The crop circle community is no different to any other and it has its share of these same problems. These are now being challenged openly. This is a concerted effort to resolve these problems, existing close to home, and in so doing we hope to inspire a trustworthy dialogue with the public and cordial and respectful relations with each other.

 

We are taking the high road in all aspects of our studies and associations with this phenomenon. We hope to inspire trust, respect, integrity and friendship with all of those who arrived in the fields to research the circles, visit and enjoy them, or make them with the co-operation of farmers as experiments in social and mechanical studies.

 

The aim is to learn what there is to be learned and to enjoy all the fun they offer in so doing. All achieved with respect and integrity.

 

D&D - Division and Deception - has run its course

 

These well known names have sanctioned this release:

 

Busty Taylor (UK) Colin Andrews (USA) Ruben Uriarte (USA)

Lindy Tucker (USA) Robert Irving (UK) Steven Greer (USA) Freddy Silva (UK) Dr. Simeon Hein (USA)

Ron Russell (USA) Ian Christopher (USA) John Sayer (UK) Andreas Muller (GERMANY)

William Gazecki (USA) Dr. Jean Aubrun (USA) Peter Sorensen (USA) Paul Vigay (UK) George Bishop (UK) Matthew Williams (UK) David Kingston (UK) Paul Anderson (UK) Karen Douglas(UK)

Steven Alexander(UK) Paul Anderson (Canada) Dr. John Sherwood (UK) Wolfgang Schindler (Germany)

Robert Speight (UK) Grant Wakefield (UK) Laurence Newnam (USA) Dr. Chet & Kallista Snow (USA/France)

Kerry Blower (UK) Camille Einoder (USA) Shawn Randall (USA) Martin Keitel (Finland)

Mark Fussell-Crop Circle Connector (UK)  Ron Jones (UK) John Martineau (UK)

 

 

"A time to be either hot or cold but either is better than being luke-warm"

 

"What you know is real. What do you want to know?"

 

 

Research in any frontier is damaged by a hostile environment. It is important to allow new discoveries, new ideas and open reporting. We should have civil discourse over disagreements, not slander. We need good research and reporting in order to advance our understanding. No one owns the Mysteries despite various entrenched belief systems, and none should stand in the way of honest exploration. 

Ron Russell

Institute for Resonance

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The most serious consequence of deliberate misrepresentation in any field, is the removal of unbiased data from the public forum which should be available for human progress. The result can be that we travel down a distorted path with missed opportunities and into a mythical future and with damaged credibility. I am honored to associate with this proclamation in the sincere wish that respect and integrity again becomes the norm. 

Colin Andrews.

C.P.R. International

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My association with the crop circle phenomenon has been an interesting one. From initial scepticism in the early nineties grew a sense of awe that unfortunately turned to cynicism towards the end of the millennium. With researchers turning on each other and the sense of community and support crumbling it was time to take a back seat, re-group and re-evaluate. Time is a great healer and space from an issue gives fresh insight. Circles are a powerful force; they bring people and ideas together. They span much of the globe and unite otherwise disconnected people to share experiences, knowledge and ultimately create lasting friendships and bonds. It is time to acknowledge this once more and to use this opportunity to explore possibilities, open our minds and follow the paths on which research may take us - where ever and whatever that may be.

Rob Speight

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Crop circles have taken us almost beyond the limitations of human perception; not because they were there, but because no-one knew where they came from. To find the cause and effect for crop circles and their formations became more than a scientific problem, it became a quest into the supernatural and finally a dead-end of pseudo-religious belief-systems. The quarreling whether crop formations are made by human or extraterrestrial land-artists has thrown us back to square one where we still face the question why a single circle of flattened plants may appear without any visible reason, and with a bunch of strange side-effects. These still offer enough scientifically unknown territory to explore within the electromagnetic, meteorological, and in the telepathic field. There is something to welcome here!

           

Wolfgang Schindler                                                                  

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In recent years the public has been misled about the nature of the crop circle phenomenon by a vocal and persistent few who have their own agendas to follow; people who are, in effect, the worst kind of debunkers and hoaxers, seeking to eclipse honest researchers and misrepresenting the phenomenon. It is time to set the record straight, conducting research with open eyes and open minds. Only in this way will we be able to arrive at where the circles are leading us - and learn the genuine lessons the journey provides.

John Sayer

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I entered this research almost 15 years ago and can attest to the exquisite co-incidences that surround this natural phenomena which appears to be genuine in nature. But, as with all things, there are many roads to truth and a myriad of personalities who think they have the answer, when all are just contributing, trying to unfold this mystery. I think it is better we all actively censor ourselves and our research to the FACTS alone, and that we leave conjecture and gamesmanship at the door. We also should take our shoes off at the door and respect each others path to this truth, as hard as that might be.

Lindy Tucker

PURE RESEARCH

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No person, scientific or spiritual, can deny the resonance created by crop circles.  Whether measured and recorded as electromagnetic, or spiritual sensations and events, or profit, the fact remains that as a human experience, crop circles cannot be exclusively any one of these because of the numerous variables in human perception.  Therefore, CAN'T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG?????? 
 

Camille Einoder

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We are a species learning how to learn. We each learn how to learn from different octaves of awareness and experience.  The crop circle phenomenon reaches out to us. One response we can implement is to evidence respect for each other's differences with harm to none. Most important is to keep uppermost in mind the greater subject at hand: the true mystery and multidimensionality of crop circles and their correspondence.  "Keep your eye on the ball.'  (and note that it's round!)

Shawn Randall

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What ever is your viewpoint to the crop circles, there's no way to deny the highly synchronistic experiences associated with them. These seem to occur regardless of the circles' origin, despite of people's controversial ideas. Even if we don't fully understand the mechanism, the circles have already enhanced our ecological, spiritual and scientific understanding. We should join our forces to take the research forward and offer the public an easy access to unbiased information about the crop circles.

Martin Keitel,

Finland's Center of Circles Information

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It's time to kick the liars out of the White House, and the bull****ters off their thrones in Crop Circle Country. It's time for truth and honesty to regain the upper hand!
 

Peter Sorensen

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“I have always found that a person’s attitude to crop circles says a lot about them, whether they are excited, amazed, amused, intruiged, earnest, secretive or dismissive.  The formations act as a kind of mirror.  In fact, to be perfectly honest, after all this time I find the idea of the motley crew of researchers actually agreeing to be nice to each other vaguely terrifying, so I will definitely sign up.  This defragmentation of the mirror of mirrors could, in fact, heal the world.”
 

John Martineau

 

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Every minute of every hour, in every day.....human beings as a species pollute this planet. The water, the air, the soil. Most of it but not all, from the burning of or other use of fossil fuels. Wouldn't it be fantastic if; from the study and research of the energy that creates crop circles a new form of pollutant free energy could be found. With wisdom, cooperation and common sense I believe we will. For the sake of my children and all others that inherit this savaged planet.............. I hope.

Paul Anderson

C.P.R - UK

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When I started my investigations into the crop circles in 1985, the fields where quiet and peaceful, the farmers cooperative, and friendly and the researchers, all five of us, cordial, respectful and willing to help one another in our common interest. What we saw as the subject became worldwide knowledge was the coming together of many more views.  The final outcome was perhaps to be expected from human kind, less tolerance for the various camps within the subject. Unless we find ways of improving this we will allow the crop circles to pass us without learning anything at all. I know there is an unexplained side to some of the circles and hope this can be the focus in the future. Sir Winston Churchill might have said of this subject in recent years: Never have so many been mislead by so few.  

Busty Taylor

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