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There can be no substitute for a first-hand visit to the crop circles. Experiencing their enigmatic spaces and spending time in England’s beautiful countryside can be a hugely rewarding and sometimes a life changing experience. Each year many people make the pilgrimage to the UK to see the circles for themselves. If you can make the trip you won’t be disappointed!

By far the easiest and most convenient way to see the crop circles is to join an organised tour.  Most tours meet you from the airport (you can join a tour even if you are already resident in the UK). A tour will usually arrange your accommodation, and have your itinerary all planned. They can also be a great way to meet other people with similar interests. Guides often have great expertise and can be an immediate and accessible fountain of knowledge and experience.

However, you can with a little planning and forethought arrange a trip yourself. Find a good central place to stay and be armed with a hire car and a good map – you’ll soon be embarking on your own magical adventure.

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Crop Circles & Summer Lectures Intensive 2017

July 27 – 31, 2017 – 5 Days / 4 Nights

A stand alone tour or the perfect add-on to our Mysteries of England Sacred SitesTour


2017 Tour will include:

• Audio visual discussion of the crop circles with expert guides Glenn & Cameron Broughton

• Visits into any crop circles in Wiltshire where entrance is permitted

• A special tea time private visit with renowned crop circle researcher Michael Glickman

• Attendance at a crop circle geometry workshop led by Karen Alexander & Michael Glickman

• Attendance at a top crop circle conference, The Summer Crop Circle Lectures with international speakers

Why do so many crop circles occur in southern England?

Who creates them?

What do they mean?

Are the geometric patterns telling us something?

Each summer the unexplained phenomenon of crop circles is played out in fields of grain. Every year in England scores of geometric symbols, mandalas and beautiful patterns appear in the crop fields, particularly in the county of Wiltshire.

Join us, at the height of the crop circle season, to explore and hopefully experience some crop circles firsthand.  We have access to the information network that provides breaking news on the latest formations and so we know as soon as possible when there is a new circle we can visit.

You can try dowsing for any energy present in the crop circles and the Earth Energy currents that often link the circles to local sacred sites.

We have visitors from every continent come to experience this tour – and make new friends!

Included in this tour is attendance at the Summer Crop Circle Lectures in Devizes organized by Karen & Steve Alexander of Temporary TemplesThis is the premier crop circle conference with international crop circle researchers present and a variety of presentations covering many different aspects of this amazing phenomenon as well as related topics. It is held in close walking distance to our hotel in the centre of town giving you complete freedom to determine your own schedule for the weekend, as well as allowing us freedom to zoom off if there’s a new formation to visit!

You’ll learn how the crop circles are based on sacred geometry and have a chance to draw them for yourself at a practical geometry workshop led by veteran crop circle researchers Michael Glickman and Karen Alexander.

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