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Richard
Richard
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che io sappia esistono casi documentati molto antichi
http://ristorantemystica.files.wordpress.com/2007/09/hertforshire_mowing_devil.gif

http://ristorantemystica.wordpress.com/2007/09/30/the-history-of-crop-circles/

Crop circle – History of crop circles

The earliest crop circle in recorded history, a 17th Century woodcut called the Mowing-Devil is an image depicting a strange creature forming a circle in a field of corn. The legend suggests that the farmer, disgusted at the rate which his usual mower was demanding for his work, insisted that he would rather have the devil do it himself. An unreliable spectral hand at farmwork or housework was the province, in English folklore, of Puck. Proponents of the belief that crop circles are either naturally caused, or are formed by as yet unknown entities, often cite this old tale. It is worth noting, however, that this is little more than a tale—the circular formation ostensibly caused by the creature may be coincidental, or caused by any number of natural or human processes.

Although the circles caused by Elves in Scandinavian folklore were usually pixie circles caused by fungus colonies, there was also a rarer kind, consisting of circular patches where the grass had been flattened like a floor:
On lake shores, where the forest met the lake, you could find elf circles. They were round places where the grass had been flattened like a floor. Elves had danced there. By Lake Tisaren, I have seen one of those. It could be dangerous and one could become ill if one had trodden over such a place or if one destroyed anything there (an account given in 1926, Hellström 1990:36)

http://www.experiencefestival.com/a/Crop_circle/id/2027672

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IL MISTERO DEI CERCHI NEL GRANO – La Storia

Il 15 Agosto del 1972 a Warminster, nel sud dell'Inghilterra, Bryce Bond (giornalista radiofonico americano) e Arthur Shuttlewood (ufologo britannico, figura importante nella storia del fenomeno quale testimone di molti avvistamenti e apparizioni di cerchi) si recarono sulla Stars Hill, la Collina delle Stelle, dopo il tramonto; da lì, mentre osservavano il cielo, videro due oggetti splendenti danzare in cielo.

In seguito l'americano riferì che uno di questi oggetti, di forma triangolare e lungo circa sette metri, si avvicinò e cominciò a muoversi sopra un vicino campo di grano. Sotto l'oggetto le spighe si adagiarono con grazia, a spirale, gli steli uniformemente piegati in senso orario, e in meno di un minuto si formò un grande disegno di forma triangolare, avente un diametro di 7 metri; Bond conclude il racconto dicendo che poi apparvero un secondo cerchio di 10 metri di diametro e un'ellisse affusolata. Terminato il suo disegno l'oggetto schizzò via e scomparve.

Quello di Warminster era il primo Crop Circle della storia ad avere dei testimoni; da quel giorno i cerchi comparvero regolarmente; poi nel 1990 apparvero disegni più complicati, non più singoli cerchi ma “pittogrammi” o “agroglifici”.

Si è a conoscenza del fenomeno dagli Anni Settanta (testimonianze di Cerchi nel Grano ci arrivano dall'Australia nel 1966 e dagli Stati Uniti negli anni '30 e '40, ma, senza un corredo fotografico, non possono essere prese in considerazione), da quando alcuni piloti, dai loro aerei, videro stagliarsi cerchi di straordinaria bellezza e simmetria sui campi di grano maturo dell'Inghilterra meridionale. Dapprima solamente cerchi, perfettamente geometrici, questi fenomeni sono diventati sempre più complessi nella loro architettura, evolvendo di anno in anno fino a formare splendide figure.

http://www.thecropcircles.eu/la_storia.htm

sarebbe bello fare una ricerca sulle testimonianze più antiche, qua ce ne sono altre, chiaramente avere foto aeree del tempo…è un problemino 😀

http://www.astraltraveler.com/crop-circles.html

Are crop circles something new?

No. Crop circles have been appearing for at least centuries. In the Middle Ages for instance, the bishop of Lyon was summoned to the king of France in the year 800, in order to explain the weird patterns that kept appearing in the fields surrounding Lyon. People feared the work of the devil…

Another old document describes the forming of a ring in grass near Assen (in the north of the Netherlands) in August 1590. According to eyewitnesses the ring was formed by dancing, mythical, humanoid beings and it involved a swirling gust of wind. “The circle remained from the day after… till the next winter when the plough cut it out”. (From Robert Plot's National History of Staffordshire, 1686).

In 1678 a crop circle article was published in Hartfordshire (England). The crop had been flattened in a way “…no mortal man was able to do the like”. Also in this case people feared the work of the devil, as was written in the article with the appropriate title: “The Mowing Devil”.

In 1686 Robert Plot's National History of Staffordshire was published, in which several pages were dedicated to the crop circle phenomenon, varying from circles and half circles to squares, hexagonals, squares surrounded by circles and circles surrounded by rings.
http://books.google.it/books?id=pP6NAAAACAAJ&dq=National+History+of+Staffordshire

E quando si tratta di “diavoli” e antichi segreti chi entra in ballo ?? ehehe..mah..