Next Dates for this webinar to be announced. 7pm – 9pm GMT
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This is a 2-hour online webinar hosted by Karen Alexander exploring the crop circles of the 2016 season. This two hour presentation will look at the formations that have occurred during 2016, their symbolism, geometry and narrative. Filled with gorgeous photography, drawings and first-hand information, this will be the next best thing to being in the fields yourself this year!
The webinar will take place online and will be live & interactive rather than pre-recorded. Our session format will include opportunity for questions at the end. Information on how to connect to the workshop will be sent to you via email upon booking.
Each crop circle season has its own story, its own narrative, its own myth. Where will the 2016 season have taken us, what will it have revealed, what will it have challenged us with? All these questions will be explored, questioned and contemplated in this unique webinar
The crop circle phenomenon is so much more than just a series of pretty pictures with which to entertain ourselves each summer, its a living and breathing phenomenon full of meaning and portent. Behind the beauty and innovation in the designs lies a hidden link to the landscape, to our culture and to the deepest parts of who we are. For anyone who is willing to invest their time and themselves, the crop circles can be simply transformational.
Join me for what promises to be two hours of inspiration and deep connection to this loveliest of mysteries. Karen Alexander
- Our webinar will conducted live over the internet using an internet conferencing platform. You will need a PC, laptop or tablet and a good uninterrupted WiFi signal.
- Upon booking we will send you all the details of how to access the sessions and provide support for anyone having trouble connecting.
Karen Alexander is a long time circles researcher (1990-present day) who has for many years brought a thoughtful and introspective touch to researching the crop circles. A respected and influential speaker and writer, her work seamlessly fuses sacred art, spirituality, psychology and philosophy – the scholarly and the intuitive. Karen is perhaps best known as the writer behind the annually published Crop Circle Year Books (1999 – 2015) and Crop Circles: Signs, Wonders & Mysteries (Arcturus Books, 2006 & updated in 2009 and 2013). Her hand drawn images and paintings of the crop circles are widely admired and much sought after.
“Karen, thank you for the informative and enlightening workshop. It was a perfect synthesis of the history of the circles, sacred shape and number, and how it all relates to the evolution of consciousness. It has inspired me to work with the circles on a more interactive level so I can look more deeply into their beauty and meaning. I hope you offer more workshops in the future.” Celeste
“Those three weeks in the virtual fields went by quickly! Must be related to the “paranormal” and altered time perception. Thank you for all the work putting together the Circles of Transformation presentation. It was a masterful endeavor, and you deserve an honorary PhD for the enormous amount of work and thought that went into it. Openings into boundless realms of classical knowledge are delivered with charm and authority as they relate to the portents of these patterns. We are enriched in the light of your personal awe and enthusiasm that clearly endure after all these years. How extraordinary to be part of the cosmic mysteries as made available through the crop circles under your perceptive guidance. I’d love to take the course again, so deep is the sacred well.” Mark
“Your explanations and commentary on matters crop circle warm my heart. I have always been interested in the effects of the non-physical. I find your words and subtle encouragement like an invitation for your readers to be more open to unfamiliar explanantions and commentary. There’s room for all of us. It was quite evident in the recent Online Workshop that you put on in April – which I enjoyed – and the informative materials you sent to us. It was good seeing and sharing your illustrations. You invited the participants to be open to the world of possibility, to sit with the question. In response I think we must become adept at using our anxiety for good. Life will always be uncertain. It’s time get to know my shadow side, my butterflies, my little voice.” Peter