I’ve always wondered what it was all about. I knew it to be real – not all of them, but the vast majority of them. Is it the doing of the Cosmic Masters? Or the Mother Earth? Or the Spiritual Hierarchy? Is it a direct message to humanity? Or to the Devic Kingdom? Or something else???
We were on our way down to Devonshire for the O.P.P. Pilgrimage. It was Friday, July 23rd, and I was driving down with Staff Trainee, Paul Duffy, and Member, Bernard Vandenbosch. Bernie and I both had really wanted to see a crop circle but knew the chances of finding one along the way was slim. People usually research these on the internet and get exact locations and directions. We had none – just a desire. But we left the possibility open to its manifestation.
We did, however, plan to visit Avebury, Stonehenge, and if possible, Glastonbury. Though we weren’t sure if we could fit all three on the way down. It just so happened that we decided to take a route that would lead us to Avebury first, which would then put us on route to Stonehenge second, and then to Glastonbury. This was pretty much all en route to Combe Martin.
First stop, Avebury.
Avebury, as we know, is the location of a major entranceway to the center of the Earth. There is a stone circle there and some very interesting energies.
You felt that there was indeed something special to the place. Peculiarly, in the middle and around the stone circle was the little village of Avebury – quaint, peaceful and pleasant. On our way back to the car we decided to walk into the main Chapel, which is also a gift store. Just as we walked in, right in front of us was a small little wooden cross with a very similar design to the one we use at The Aetherius Society. Neither of us have ever seen a cross like that outside The Aetherius Society.
And so we then continued on into the gifts section and perused around. As we were getting ready to leave, I overheard someone at the checkout asking the shop clerk if she knew of any crop circles in the area. She took out her book. It was like a record of all the crop circles of recent past, their picture, location and time of occurrence. She mentioned a few and pointed them out. However, it seemed like most of the recent crop circles were many miles away. Nevertheless, I approximated myself closer to the counter to listen in better, just in case something near comes up. I told her we were on our way to Combe Martin and if there were any crop circles possibly on the way. She mentioned a few in the “near” vicinity; I think the same she mentioned to the other chap. She even pointed them out on a map, mentioning a few names and directions. But me not being from ‘round these neck of the woods, a lot of it didn’t make too much sense. I thanked her for the information anyway and we went on our way.
Next stop, Stonehenge.
It was a bit “touristy”, I must say. But that’s not surprising. It’s just unfortunate that they have fenced off the area and are charging an entrance fee. It didn’t seem like people were able to just sit around near the site; instead they had to follow a circular path around the perimeter, taking pictures along the way. We did not go in, but instead took pictures from outside. It was a bit hard to really tune into the place, but the impressiveness of the stones themselves created quite an energy field around it. It makes you wonder.
Next stop, Glastonbury?
Acting as the co-pilot, I was checking out the map to figure out the route to get there. I was starting to get a hang of these English roads! So I figured out our route, but as I did so I noticed a name: Warminster. That was the name of a town that the lady at the gift store mentioned. She said that there was a crop circle near this town. Then, as I was following our planned route on the map, I noticed another name: Cley Hill. “Hey, wait a minute! That’s the place near Warminster where the lady said there was a crop circle a couple weeks ago!” And it just happened to be right en route.
New next stop, Cley Hill.
As we pull over at Cley Hill there is a little sign that says “Crop Circle” with an arrow pointing towards a path to the hill. Quite convenient! We even pass by a local farmer on the trail who cheerfully points us in the direction of the hill where one can best see the crop circle. As we make the steep trek up the cow path up to the top of the hill, we see that there is a person there filming, which helped since we couldn’t quite locate the crop circle! He was obviously shooting the crop circle and hence pointed it out to us. We briefly spoke with him and found out that he goes around “hunting” crop circles and films the sites, sometimes within hours of when they actually occur. So we then make out way down the other side of the hill to the actual crop circle itself.
For some reason, of an intuitive inner nature, when I entered the crop circle I decided to quietly walk the inner perimeter of it before entering into the center. I was walking in the direction that the wheat lay flat. Although I did not notice any dramatic shift in energies as I first stepped into the crop circle, I gently started to feel more and more of a very definite high-vibrational energy as I walked around. It started to feel very sacred. I did not want to talk to Bernie or Paul who were also there with me. I felt urged to just tune into this place in a sense of deep humility.
And so I began reciting Mantra mentally as I continued to walk around the inside perimeter. Like a sacred ceremony. Even when Benie’s cell phone went off, it felt very disruptive; like when a cell phone rings in the middle of a church Service. I eventually made my way to the center of the formation to join the other two. By this time we were all very much aware of this pervading spiritual energy of the place. Once you become quite enough, you could really feel this energy coursing through and around you. We quickly decided to perform a Twelve Blessings Service, which I was asked to lead. It was surprisingly powerful – similar to holding a service on a Holy Mountain. I was able to really “get into it”, real quick. After the Service there was a strong sense of peacefulness, of stillness. Although we were in a hurry to get back on the road, I couldn’t help but just lay flat down on my back for a few minutes. It was that good.
Bernie and I finally made our way out of the center back towards the footpath to meet Paul back at the van. But just as we were heading out, the cameraman from the top of the hill was entering inside. He casually asked, “So did you get an answer?” We couldn’t help but stick around and have a chat with this chap.
We talked about the possible theories of the crop circle formations and our own personal perspectives on it all. We naturally started talking about the Mother Earth, Her Primary Initiation, the Cosmic Masters, the Cosmic Plan, you know – the usual.
Eventually, we had to pull away from the mind-belt-filling conversation to run back to the van.
There is definitely something to these formations. A majestic beauty. A tangible presence and power. Regardless of what was causing these crop circle formations – whether it was Beings from outer space, or the Mother Earth Herself – or what it all meant, the fact of the matter is that it was obviously creating some kind of awakening in the hearts and minds of humans around the world. Although only a fraction of the human race is aware of these formations, that fraction, nevertheless, affects the whole – “the 100th Monkey”. This “phenomenon” is waking people up to greater possibilities; it is shaking people out of their previously conceived “sleepy” notions of life, existence and the Mother Earth. Although these crop circles may be messages, indeed – messages that are perhaps not directly sent to humanity – humanity is indeed getting a message.
A message of awakening, of greater possibility, of great change, of Divinity.
(photo of the crop circle shortly after it was found)