Crooked Soley: A Crop Circle Revelation (book)

Crooked Soley: A Crop Circle Revelation (book)

CROOKED SOLEY: A CROP CIRCLE REVELATION is an extraordinary book. It explores the sublime numerology of the 2002 Crooked Soley crop circle, its location and its far reaching implications. Richly illustrated, beautifully photographed and written by two of the leading experts in the field, Crooked Soley is like no other crop circle book you’ve ever read. It contains an afterword by Patrick Harpur, author of Daimonic Reality and The Philosophers’ Secret Fire, entitled Mercurius In the Cornfield, a classic essay on the crop circle phenomenon. The book is both informative and light hearted. No conclusions are reached, but no-one, having read the contents, is going to walk away from this book without stopping to pause for thought. From the Back Cover: Crop circles are the finest, most beautiful and original art forms of modern times, and they are totally mysterious. Behind the crop circle phenomenon is an evident purpose. Some intelligence, human, alien or spiritual, is in the process of communication. It is exposing us to a course of re-education, beginning with the symbols of sacred knowledge and wisdom. The most striking evidence for this view is the amazing formation that appeared at Crooked Soley in Wiltshire on the 27th August 2002. Clearly expressed in its design are certain numerical symbols that are known esoterically as the Keys to Creation. They are also keys to that universal science associated with the Holy Grail. From time to time it is revealed again, and when that happens, culture and the human spirit are renewed and life on earth is restored to its natural state as a reflection of...
Crooked Soley DNA 2002

Crooked Soley DNA 2002

About our Photographic Enlargements: Each 10 x 15 inch image is printed on glossy photographic paper and is supplied hand-rolled and posted in a strong cardboard tube to ensure safe delivery. The date, location and crop type for each formation is detailed on the reverse of each photo print. We have chosen a selection of our all time favourite crop circles from the last 20 years for you to choose from. Crooked Soley 2002: One of the all-time great crop circles. The Crooked Soley formation even had an entire book written about it! Tiny, intricate squares pick out a human DNA helix pattern around the central standing circle. Geometers were fascinated by the many sacred numbers encoded into this design. This image shows the crop circle in its attending landscape captures the atmosphere, mood and power of the formation while it remained in the...
Liminality – by Robin Heath (Part 2)

Liminality – by Robin Heath (Part 2)

Crop Circles & the Geometry of Thresholds By Robin Heath We had the great pleasure of hearing Robin Heath deliver the keynote presentation at the Summer Crop Circle Lectures last year. It was one of the best lectures I’d heard him give in the long years I have known him; it was important, prescient and above all quite brilliant. He has very kindly given me permission to share that presentation with you and I will be posting Robin’s lecture notes and illustrations in a three part guest blog. I’d like to thank Robin for the opportunity to share his work on the Temporary Temples website – it’s a great honour! Robin Heath is an unaffiliated researcher into megalithic and ancient sciences. He is author of several books on Stonehenge, two of which are on sale at the monument. For more information, there are two websites:www.skyandlandscape.com and www.megalithicscience.org Robin lives on a smallholding in coastal West Wales with his wife Trish, two cats and three theodolites.   Please click on any of the images in this article for a larger view PART TWO (Click here for part one) Geometry, Astronomy & Astrology Threshold: the place between two different spaces or times From part one: … This is quite a varied set of views, opinions and suggestions, but it is representative of the kind of material that anyone investigation the crop circle phenomenon will come across during their searchings. It will lead at some stage to facing and hopefully answering the following questions… Part Two Who or what do we trust? Are there any absolute facts or anchor points? I believe that there are some answers, and now...
Liminality – by Robin Heath (Part 1)

Liminality – by Robin Heath (Part 1)

Crop Circles & the Geometry of Thresholds By Robin Heath We had the great pleasure of hearing Robin Heath deliver the keynote presentation at the Summer Crop Circle Lectures last year. It was one of the best lectures I’d heard him give in the long years I have known him; it was important, prescient and above all quite brilliant. He has very kindly given me permission to share that presentation with you and I will be posting Robin’s lecture notes and illustrations in a three part guest blog. I’d like to thank Robin for the opportunity to share his work on the Temporary Temples website – it’s a great honour! Robin Heath is an unaffiliated researcher into megalithic and ancient sciences. He is author of several books on Stonehenge, two of which are on sale at the monument. For more information, there are two websites:www.skyandlandscape.com and www.megalithicscience.org Robin lives on a smallholding in coastal West Wales with his wife Trish, two cats and three theodolites.   PART ONE Introduction Public interest in crop circles has always been discouraged by the media and many self-proclaimed ‘experts’, who in imitation of our political system have regularly fought vicious and sometimes personal campaigns against the views of those who have made a study of this mysterious phenomenon. Although, for a newcomer to this intriguing subject, it may appear that nobody agrees on anything with regard to the reason or purpose of the deluge of crop circles that seasonally locates itself in crop fields around the globe, there are some observable patterns in their type and locations. However, I do believe that we need to start asking...
Crop Circle Year Book 2002 (Collectors)

Crop Circle Year Book 2002 (Collectors)

About the Crop Circle Year Book 2002: THE CROP CIRCLE YEAR BOOK 2002, was the fourth edition in a series of year books by Steve Alexander (photographer) and Karen Alexander (writer) portraying the beautiful and mysterious crop circle phenomenon within the UK. This popular series of full colour, fine-art-reproduction books were privately published in limited numbers and early editions have become highly collectable and sought after. This classic edition is one of our favourites with some beautiful images. A series of drawings by Allan Brown and includes the Stonehenge ribbons, the South Field Knot, the Alien Face and Disc and the fabulous DNA formation at Crooked Soley – which we were only ones to photograph before it was cut out by the farmer. About the Crop Circle Year Books: The crop circle year books are carefully considered, beautifully designed books. Filled with stunning photography, including many full page landscape views of the crop circles along with overheads and detail shots – by Steve Alexander. The photography is accompanied by articles from Karen Alexander and incisive commentary text throughout. Our Year Books are our flagship product. Self published in small numbers (no big publisher or distributors), they come directly from us to you. Printed on satin finish paper, the materials used to produce these books are top quality. The covers are laminated with gold foil titles. Our books are true collectors items, treasured by all those who have them. In fact they are generally considered to be the most important crop circle document of the year. Proceeds from the sales of these books go directly to fund our continuing coverage of the...