I had my very own experience wondering ‘Did my intense fascination and focus on a tube torus have something to do with the crop circle crafted in a field in Alton Barnes on August 1997?
Here is a small fragment from my ebook published exactly four years ago in August 2012. You may like to purchase The New Frontier: multidimensionality for the full account.
I have often wondered whether I may also have connected to a similar group intention or stream of consciousness. In 1997, I was led by many remarkable synchronicities from Mt. Shasta in California, to a field in Wiltshire in the United Kingdom, all in less than a week, to have my first momentous experience with a crop circle.
In late 1996, I travelled extensively in a camper van through much of California and the Four Corners region of the United States, and in April 1997, I rented a beautifully located apartment where I could look out to the mysterious mountain at Mt Shasta. I spent my days meditating and researching, meeting the locals, exploring the mountain, and taking photographs of lenticular clouds and landscapes, including the magnificent forests around Lake Siskiyou.
On the US Independence Day, July 4, I watched a series of DVDs with friends during breaks in the celebrations that explored the features of the tube torus, which later led to further studies of sacred geometry, the golden mean, the Fibonacci spiral, the flower of life, the Merkabah, Metatron’s Cube, zero point, and the harmonics of sound.
Something new ignited in me that day, and on the very next day, I signed off on my apartment and travelled north along the Oregon coast to Portland, where I sold my camper van and boarded an aeroplane for London, not really knowing why I was doing this. I was merely following very strong inner impulses.
On arrival at Heathrow, I rented a car and followed my impulse again, which surprisingly, did not take me to London. Instead, I travelled west. That night, I stayed in a stunning bed and breakfast with a luxurious bath and the best of British humour on the radio.
The following day, I gave free reign to my intuition again. It took me along the M3 to an arts festival in Marlborough, Wiltshire, which meant most of the accommodation was booked out. It was now July 12, 1997. Imagine my surprise when the gentleman giving me directions to a bed and breakfast drew a mud map of country lanes with the key locator being the latest crop circle at Alton Barnes, which was a massive tube torus overlooking one of the twenty-four chalk horses that grace certain grassy slopes and fields throughout Britain.
The dimensions of the immaculately crafted tube torus may be estimated by the size of the people as seen in the middle of the photo. That evening, I watched the sun set from the very centre of this crop circle, overlooking an ancient white chalk horse to the left, and before me, I swear the goddess was lying in the field in elegant repose. Thus began my ongoing study of crop circles and the role of the tube torus and its relevance to our understanding of life on earth and throughout the universe.