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Reporting, Recording & Exploring the Crop Circles for over 25 years

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Temporary Temples PODCAST Episode 2 – Robin Heath

An Interview with Robin Heath
In this episode of our podcast we talk to Robin Heath, firstly about his pioneering work into understanding the science of megalithic cultures and secondly about the amazing synchronicities connecting his latest discoveries to the Clear Wood crop circle of 2019!

Crop Circle Calendar 2020

  ADVANCE SALES OPEN for our 2020 Crop Circle Calendar Our annual Crop Circle Calendars contain a collection of some of the best crop circles of the 2019 season, with sumptuous photography by Steve Alexander, commentary by Karen Alexander, and bold crop circle...

Crop Circle Year Book 2018: Buy one get one free!

  BUY ONE GET ONE FREE - LIMITED OFFER! Each Crop Circle Year Book 2018 you order (from 4th - 11th October - one week only) you will automatically get a second one free! This is a time-limited offer, but there is no limit to the number of books you can order!...

What are Crop Circles?

Crop Circles are geometric patterns that appear mysteriously in crop fields. Read more

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Upcoming Events

Join us for our Annual Conference, Crop Circle Retreat, or Online Workshops and Seminars Read more

About Our Website

Important things to know when using our website: The Temporary Temples website was built to fulfil several key aims. The first being an online archive (freely open to the public) to view pictures of the crop circle phenomenon as we have recorded it since 1994. Secondly, to provide a journalistic service reporting new circles whenever and wherever they appear. We also strive to provide educational and contextual materials about the locations, geometry and symbolism of each circle – giving map links, approximate measurements and some drawings which look at the number, math and geometry of the circles. Our website is free to view and therefore is an open resource to whomever needs it. There are however somethings you may need to know about using materials from this website… Read More
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