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Swirled New Year

The central spot for the latest on crop circles, Swirled News, has had one of its intermittent update blasts. A number of new stories have been posted, includin...
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New Pyramid Robot

The Egyptian State Information Service is reporting that Dr Zahi Hawass will undertake a new exploration of the "Gantenbrink Doors" late next year: The Univers...
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Megalithic Coppens

The website of author Filip Coppens continues to be regularly updated with new essays, for those looking for an interesting read. Two new essays on site look a...
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Rosslyn Exposure

The Salt Lake Tribune is carrying a story about Rosslyn Chapel, that enigmatic building just south of Edinburgh. Largely a curiousity/travel piece for those ho...
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Swirled Update

The crop circle news portal Swirled News has had an 'end-of-season' update with the addition of a number of articles. Fresh on site is an analysis of two of th...
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Skeptics are Circling

The crop circle news website Swirled News has had a bunch of updates after a lengthy hiatus. Here's what's new on the site: Skeptics win the UK publicity b...
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Viracocha’s Voyage

Filip Coppens has kept up the prolific rate of addition to his website with another essay (originally published in Frontier Magazine), this one titled "Viracoch...
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The Cereal Business

The Daily Mail is today featuring an interview with probably the best-known members of the 'crop circle artist' community, John Lundbergh and Rod Dickinson of c...
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Crop Circle Gatherings

For UK residents interested in crop circles, sacred sites and earth energies, there are a couple of interesting meetings approaching. Firstly, the Glastonbury ...
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Circle Season

While the crop circle season started proper last month, the past week has seen an explosion of beautiful designs - most notably over the 'home ground' of crop c...