One of the most
interesting traits of the CROP CIRCLES phenomenon, beyond their exquisite
beauty, is the fact that they often
embed advanced mathematical knowledge, such as the graphic layout of Chaos Theory’s algorithms and
Mandelbrottype fractal sets. In fact, this mathematical knowledge is so
sophisticated that it often takes a few intuitive minds a long while, and
crossexamination between them, to finally decipher these crop circles. The
crop glyphs clearly are giant enigmas and coded artworks asking to be studied
and solved; and in so doing, it clearly launches a process of intelligent
communication with ExoPlanetary Intelligent Civilizations or EPICs, using
visual mathematics and symbols as a common language.
The sophistication in both the crystalclear designs and the maths
involved, as well as our incapacity to reproduce the technological process for
creating them (beyond making a couple of fuzzy blotches), rule out any
explanation based on forgery.
In this respect, I truly believe that the significance of the crop
circles—viewed as graphic mathematical means of communicating with us
orchestrated by alien civilizations—has been hugely underestimated. With the mathematical
glyphs and their high artistic and esthetic touch, we definitely have a clear
message of good will and peaceful exchange with at least one EPIC, showing us in the clearest way that we have some
sure allies of Earth in our neighboring worlds.
As this means of communication seems to be evolving, let’s keep in
touch with the current formations and their analysis by crop circles experts.
Below is the analysis of one of the most stunning mathematical
puzzles posed by a crop circle, the
embedment of the number Pi (π) within the Barbury
Castle formation of June 1^{st}, 2008 in England, and its
astounding decoding by expert Michael
Glickman and
some of his colleagues.
Don’t miss reading the full article and checking with Michael’s
reports on current crop circles, on his blog!
Chris
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Extract of the article ”Why Pi ?” posted
by Michael
Glickman on his blog on June 28,
2012.
See the whole article by Michael Glickman at (copy paste the
address below):
http://www.michaelglickmanoncropcircles.com/blog/whypi/
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MICHAEL GLICKMAN ON CROP
CIRCLES
WhyPi? (THE 2000
SEASON)
“But perhaps the narrative was advanced by another,
more crucial, feature of Avebury Trusloe [crop circle]. The date was the
twentysecond of July or 22/7.
Now anyone familiar with the simplest mathematical
ideas will recognise 22/7 or 22 over 7 or 22
divided by 7 as the most popular formula for Pi or π, the constant used in
all calculations involving circles or circularity.
Graphic [Fig.5] shows the difference between “pure” Pi
and the conventional working 22/7 version. Arithmetically, they are very close
to each other. They are both irrational
or “endless” numbers. Apparently, the
pure version has been calculated to over six million digits. The diagram
[Fig.6] demonstrates the relationship between circumference (22) and diameter
(7).
Pi (π)
= 3.141592
22/7 = 3.142857
[Extraction of] Fig.5 & 6 – Two
versions of P: Pi number & Circumference and diameter
The authors of the crop circle phenomenon regularly display prodigious
inventiveness, but I can see the difficulty in signing, “divided by” in the
wheat. They simply added the 22 and the 7 together and assumed that, sooner or
later, we would work it out.
A COUPLE OF CONFIRMATIONS
The dazzling Picked Hill formation [Fig.7] of 13th August 2000 brought clear
support to the Pi theory. This beautiful and elaborate design had 44 radial
elements and 14 concentric rings. 44/14 = 22/7 = π. In diagram [Fig.8] eleven
of the radial elements are numbered in red for clarity while the green
triangles show a unit from each concentric circle.

Fig.7 – Picked Hill crop circle, August 13th, 2000


Fig.8 – Picked Hill diagram 
A 2001
hypothesis
I believed in 2001, as I believe today, that the authors and engineers of the
circles are playing fair. They seem to me to have consistently demonstrated a
rigorous integrity. There is wit, but there are no tricks.
How then was I (were we) to respond to this? Here was a clear demonstration
of will and intent. These events were too consistent and too clear to be
brushed under the carpet as “coincidence”. I felt that the reiterated
references to Pi were undeniable and unchallengeable. What might this mean?
I have referred often to the ancient conundrum of Squaring the Circle but I
want here to consider it more in philosophical and symbolic terms than in
relation to number or geometry. If the Square is the token of the world and of
material reality and the Circle is taken to be the symbol of God and the
spiritual realm then the Squaring of the Circle, or, as I prefer, the Circling of the Square is emblematic of
a marriage, or at least reconciliation, between the two.
Pi, the
constant in the ordering of all things circular, might thus be seen as the masterkey; a symbolic
toolbox to aid us in our endeavours to
manifest heaven (or a small part of it) here.
THE BARBURY CASTLE PI FORMATION

Fig.10 – Barbury Castle crop circle  1st June
2008 
A large and intricate formation [Fig.10] appeared on
1st June 2008 in a field of barley below the Barbury Castle hill fort. Barley
is a graceful crop, which seems always to add glamour to a crop circle but this
formation was almost shockingly good looking. Beneath the beauty was a hint of
purpose in its elaborate stepped spiral.
The pattern was tenfold radially (that is, like a
pizza it was divided into ten slices of 36°) and tenfold concentrically (that
is the path was made of several arcs, each of which was a part of one of ten
concentric circles). It took many long hours to work out the meaning embodied
in the formation.
The path was swept outwards from the central black circle.
Using diagram [Fig.11] we move onto the first red arc and we see that it covers
three 36° slices. We then see the small red circle representing the decimal
point. We note 3. (three point…) before we move out on to the next, lilac[color]
arc (one slice) and then to yellow (four slices). We have now established 3.14…
and the diagram will continue to build the Pi number.
Fig.11 – Barbury Pi Diagram
The wedges, the pizza slices, were exactly 36° and the
concentric arc pathways were precisely 10’9” centre to centre.
This remains for me one of the most beautiful crop
circles that I have seen and it is an astonishment that, beneath this charm,
lies an elegant and innovative method of encoding the Pi number.
This would have been enough, but after some days, Bert
Janssen a researcher from Holland, discovered that the bridle path (on the
right of the photograph) formed one side of the square which squares the
circle. This is a miracle of precise placement. The intelligence and foresight
required to achieve this accuracy of juxtaposition is breathtaking.
Four years later, I look back on the Barbury Pi
formation with respect and wonder. I can recall few crop events that integrated
beauty and meaning with such assurance.
Acknowledgements and thanks [for the whole article].
Photography: Steve Alexander, Ulrich Kox.
Diagrams and
graphics: Johan Andersson, Ofmil Haynes Jr.”
[In brackets: additions of my own.]
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I suggest to you to
meditate a few moments on the enlarged ‘Fig 8 – Picked Hill diagram’ and try to distinguish: 1. The lotus
petals around the central black core (Take a point on the outside border of
this core, blink and half close your lids, and look for all the embedded petals
growing outward around this point).
2. The
concentric circles, starting from the center (It’s more easy that way). Then
3. All possible
sets: Get the whole picture from farther away in one glance, and move from
one inner structure to another one, searching all you can find, e.g. the
spirals clockwise and anticlockwise, the spirals moving
toward the center or out of the center, the lotus petals embedded into one
another (by sliding slowly the point on the inner black border around this
border), the concentric circles, the mandalas of lotus petals, and more. Then,
the ultimate:
4. Watch how
all these sets are dynamical and follow their movement: soon you’ll see
that the center is a vortex of dynamical energy.
Dazzling! Don’t
you agree?
Chris
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