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At the end of last week, we wrote that in the UK the first lap in the field appeared this year, and now two new ones a pattern on cereal crops has arisen since then in the Misty Albione.
One of the newly discovered circles formed on May 25 near English city of Cirencester, Gloucestershire, second – 26 May near the village of Chilton Candover, Hampshire. These findings immediately attracted the attention of ufologists and other mystery experts of our world.
The first image consists of two separate parts, resembling something like a necklace and a huge pacifier-dummy. The second drawing is a “six-leaf flower” inscribed in a circle. As you might guess, the popular hypothesis of that these arts were applied to English fields representatives of extraterrestrial civilization. Say, the aliens “discovered the next season, “tossing people fresh” old puzzles. ”
However, in this case, not everyone believed that before us the work of aliens. According to skeptics, these drawings look suspiciously primitive and not symmetrical enough compared to other “green man masterpieces” discovered earlier. Doubters also indicate the fact that both figures in contact with the roads in the fields. Say it was done probably so that hoaxes could leave without leaving traces.
As for the history of such field arts, in one only England were those who allegedly created them (out of mischief or discriminating against aliens), and those who are pretty convincing argued that this was not the work of human hands, and even those who tried convince us that crop circles can be “drawn” with the same power of thought. However, mainly such patterns are found in the morning, not one from the night creators they were not caught by the hand, and how all this art is created in the dark without disturbing the peace of the locals, No one knows. After all, even the same UFOs no one notices at this time, therefore, blaming the creation of circles on aliens is also somehow not very it turns out …
Do you think it is possible to mystify such messages on fields, and at night, even using modern technology? Or hoaxers simply “cling” to the fame of the unknown “artists”?