August 20, 2000 East Kennett, Wiltshire, England - This weekend I learned from crop circle researchers, Ed and Kris Sherwood of Millennium Research in Santa Monica, California, that when they were in Wiltshire this summer doing a meditation experiment, the couple had a close encounter with a helicopter and two unidentified aerial craft. The date was July 31st around 11:30 PM and the location was the East Kennett square inside a circle formation. Part of their meditation experiment was psychic photography, to photograph with a flash camera the air around them in an effort to capture images of luminosities and translucent spheres that increasing numbers of people have photographed the past several years. The exact source of the images is still a mystery. Their camera was flashing in the darkness when they first heard a loud helicopter approaching.
July 9, 2000 New Bern, North Carolina – In southeastern Europe the past several days, temperatures above 100 degrees in many places – and up to 113 degrees in the Turkey and Romania region – have killed at least 38 people. Strong winds from the Sahara desert began blowing on Friday causing hundreds of fires in Greece, Italy and Croatia. And this is only the first of July. What happens in August and September?Click for report.
July 9, 2000 Wiltshire, England – While researching for my next book about mysterious lights and crop circles, I found fascinating history and facts about the center of the crop circle mystery, Wiltshire, England, in a recent book entitled, Legendary Landscapes, Secrets of Ancient Wiltshire Revealed by Julie and John Wakefield who live in Marlborough. This work is essential reading for anyone interested in prehistoric Avebury, the region’s Neolithic ancestors and the rites that were performed in a land filled with stone circles, avenues, long barrows and rock mounds whose exact purposes are still unknown. In the decade of the 1990s and ongoing, some of the largest and most spectacular crop formations in the world have been focused in Wiltshire’s Vale of Pewsey which the Wakefields have discovered is connected to Avebury and the large land canvass upon which cycles of birth, death, fertility, harvests, the sun, moon and stars were tracked for survival and communication with the Infinite Source.
One particularly surprising revelation is described by the Wakefields:
“The Neolithic people appear to have placed particular sites onto the natural rolling hills to accentuate their womanly shape; so much so that they have created an incredible architectural icon. Could this really be possible – or could the position of the monuments that seem to make up this female form be mere coincidence and not intentional at all? … There are many examples of vulvas engraved on rock surfaces in caves, some of which are reddened with ochre which was symbolic of life-giving blood. The carvings date by tool association to around 30,000 B. C. …(In Wiltshire) The two hills that form the breasts of the Alton Barnes Goddess are Milk Hill and Walker’s Hill.” With drawings and photographs, the Wakefields show how those hauntingly beautiful hills in the Vale of Pewsey were seen by Neolithic minds as breasts and the body of a goddess with an accompanying serpent.”
Other research the authors have done about the archaeological finds of Egyptian and Mesopotamian beads, other objects and name connections between England and Egypt are another reason that Legendary Landscapes should be read and treasured as an invaluable archive and reference.
Legendary Landscapes, Secrets of Ancient Wiltshire Revealed by Julie and John Wakefield.
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July 2, 2000 Stony Brook, New York – Biologists in the Marine Sciences Research Center at State University of New York at Stony Brook are puzzled by the vigorous brown tide algal bloom this spring that has killed off most of the shellfish in Long Island’s Great South Bay. Part of the problem, in addition to the more traditional link of algal blooms to pesticide and fertilizer runoffs from land, is global warming. Winter 2000 was warmer than normal and Spring 2000 was the warmest spring on record in the United States. But no one expected brown tide algae to persist through the winter and then flourish and spread as far as it has in the Great South Bay.Click for report.
June 26, 2000 Boulder, Colorado – Major breaking news this past week was NASA’s press conference in Washington, D. C. at NASA Headquarters on Thursday, June 22nd, to announce 250 photographs of widespread areas on Mars that closely resemble gullies and springs of water on earth.Click for report.