Crop Circles in Poland

Small village of Papros too small to be seen on map is 25 kilometers south of Inowroclaw in central Poland.
Small village of Papros too small to be seen on map is 25 kilometers south of Inowroclaw in central Poland.


June 28, 2005  Papros in Central Poland –
Report from Independent Research Group Torun (IRG Torun), based northeast of Inowroclaw: 

“On Sunday morning 19 June 2005 Leszek Owsiany received information from Nautilus Foundation that some crop circles appeared in a village Papros situated 25 kilometers south of Inowroclaw in central Poland.

“A few hours later Independent Research Group Torun including: Leszek Owsiany, Jacek Kozlowski and Wojtek Budny arrived on the place.

“We saw a pictogram in rye, on the field of Mr. Stynzewski consisted of three circles joined together.
Dimensions: 20.80 meters x 20.50 meters (69 feet); 7.70 meters x 7.70 meters (26 feet) and 6.00 meters x 5.70 meters (20.5 feet) shown in photograph below.

Reported June 18, 2005, three circles in a rye field in the village of Papros, 25 kilometers south of Inowroclaw in Central Poland. Largest circle was nearly 21 meters (69 feet) in diameter, the middle circle was nearly 8 meters (26 feet) in diameter and the smallest circle was about 6 meters (20.5 feet) in diameter. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.
Reported June 18, 2005, three circles in a rye field in the village of Papros, 25 kilometers south of Inowroclaw in Central Poland. Largest circle was nearly 21 meters (69 feet) in diameter, the middle circle was nearly 8 meters (26 feet) in diameter and the smallest circle was about 6 meters (20.5 feet) in diameter. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.

“In all circles the rye was lying on the right side. We noticed that the joints (growth nodes) of the rye were thicker and bent. See photograph below.

 

Thickened and re-oriented growth nodes in the rye plant circles, Papros, Poland, reported on June 18, 2005. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.
Thickened and re-oriented growth nodes in the rye plant circles, Papros, Poland, reported on June 18, 2005. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.

“Also, in some places we also noticed some burnings, shown in photo below.

Possible brownish heat discoloration around growth nodes in downed rye plants, Papros, Poland. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.
Possible brownish heat discoloration around growth nodes in downed rye plants, Papros, Poland. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.

“The rye had started to rise a little bit and we learned that the formation was discovered on Friday morning, 18 June 2005. During our search, some local inhabitant Mr Zbigniew Wasilewski, came to us and told us that he also discovered two circles in his wheat field the previous day.

Older Wheat Circles in Nearby Field 

“We immediately visited these places. The first circle situated about 1 kilometer (1.6 miles) from the rye formation was a regular one that was 12.30 meters x 12.30 meters (about 39 feet) in the wheat, lying on the right side like the rye. See photograph below.

About 1 kilometer from the rye formation in a neighbor's wheat field was this circle, about 15 meters (49 feet) in diameter. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.
About 1 kilometer from the rye formation in a neighbor’s wheat field was this circle, about 15 meters (49 feet) in diameter. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.


“We noticed the next circle situated 0.5 kilometers away that measured 14.80 meters x 14.70 meters (about 49 feet), lying on right side again. In this circle, the wheat was already almost standing up. It might have meant that the circle must have been created at least two weeks earlier. We got some samples on the ears of the crop and the ground to analyze.”

Half a kilometer from the first wheat circle, was a second circle in wheat about 15 meters (49 feet) in diameter that had already begun to rise, indicating it might have been created two weeks before June 18, 2005. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.
Half a kilometer from the first wheat circle, was a second circle in wheat about 15 meters (49 feet) in diameter that had already begun to rise, indicating it might have been created two weeks before June 18, 2005. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.


Zlotowo, Poland Crop Formation Examined June 13, 2005

Zlotowo, Poland, northwest of Inowrocklaw, had a crop formation last year in May 2004.
Zlotowo, Poland, northwest of Inowrocklaw, had a crop formation last year in May 2004.
Zlotowo, Poland wheat pattern examined on June 13, 2005. Photograph © by IRG Torun.
Zlotowo, Poland wheat pattern examined on June 13, 2005. Photograph © by IRG Torun.
Center of Zlotowo, Poland wheat pattern examined on June 13, 2005. Photograph © by IRG Torun.
Center of Zlotowo, Poland wheat pattern examined on June 13, 2005. Photograph © by IRG Torun.
Swollen, reoriented and discolored wheat stems collected from Zlotowo, Poland, circles on June 13, 2005. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.
Swollen, reoriented and discolored wheat stems collected from Zlotowo, Poland, circles on June 13, 2005. Photograph © 2005 by IRG Torun.

 


 More Information: 

See more information about Poland crop formations in previously Earthfiles Archives::

  • 08/09/2004 —  Pictograms in Poland
  • 06/17/2004 —  More 2004 Holland and Poland Crop Formations

Websites:

http://www.cropcircleconnector.com

http://www.cccrn.ca/

http://www.dcca.nl

http://www.kornkreise-forschung.de

http://www.cropcircleresearch.com

http://www.cropcirclenews.com

http://www.x-cosmos.it

http://lucypringle.co.uk

http://www.bertjanssen.nl

http://www.swirlednews.com

http://www.heramagazine.net

http://www.temporarytemples.co.uk

http://www.CropCircleAnswers.com

http://www.ukcropcircles.co.uk/?page=home

 


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