Two Crop Formations Near Kassel, Germany

Fritzlar, a rural community south of Kassel, was the location of the first 2002 formation in Germany discovered by the farmer on April 26. The second formation north of Kassel in an area kept secret at the farmer's request was discovered on May 1, but thought to have been formed earlier, most likely at the same time as the first formation.
Fritzlar, a rural community south of Kassel, was the location of the first 2002 formation in Germany discovered by the farmer on April 26. The second formation north of Kassel in an area kept secret at the farmer's request was discovered on May 1, but thought to have been formed earlier, most likely at the same time as the first formation.

May 4, 2002  Saarbruecken, Germany - Crop formation investigator, surveyor and author, Andreas Mueller, reported to me today that two formations have been discovered south and north of Kassel, Germany in oil seed rape so young it had only begun to open its bright yellow flowers. Both formations are thought to have been created the same night on Thursday, April 25. The first near Fritzlar south of Kassel was found by the farmer on Friday, April 26. The second was found May 1 north of Kassel, but the condition of the crop indicated the plants had gone down earlier. In previous years, Kassel has had two formations arrive at the same time and, like Avebury in England, is the geographic focus of the crop phenomenon in Germany. See More Information at the bottom of this report and my Earthfiles reports beginning 05/19/01 about last year's prolific season in Germany.

 

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