1999 Summary of Crop Formations in Canada and Latest 9/21/99 Edmonton Circles

Graphics and Photographs: My thanks to Judy Arndt for allowing her color graphics and photographs to be shared with the Earthfiles audience. Thank you to Paul Anderson for allowing his black and white diagrams of Canadian formatins to be shared as well. And thanks to Melody Watts for her Whitefish, Montana information, near the Canadian border.

 

1) July 11 - 22 Hagersville, Ontario,
303-foot Pictogram in Wheat. See report with photographs in Earthfiles 9/9/99, Parts 1 and 2.


 

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1999 U. K. “Basket” Formation ­ New Ground Photos

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe

"Basket" wheat formation discovered in the early morning of August 6, 1999 at Bishops Cannings before the farmer erased it entirely with his tractor. 46.3 meters (152 feet) diameter. Aerial photograph © 1999 by Ulrich Kox.
"Basket" wheat formation discovered in the early morning of August 6, 1999 at Bishops Cannings before the farmer erased it entirely with his tractor. 46.3 meters (152 feet) diameter. Aerial photograph © 1999 by Ulrich Kox.

 

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Unusual Animal Deaths, Part 1: Nevada

September 12, 1999  Battle Mountain, Nevada ­ Recently I received an e-mail from Sergeant Investigator Klaus Altemueller with the Lander County Sheriff's office in Battle Mountain, Nevada. He wrote: "We have been having cow mutilations here for at least the past ten or so years."

I also received photographs of one of those mutilations that occurred on January 12, 1995 from Battle Mountain rancher, Eddyann Filippini. With the photos, she wrote: "It was very wet that day, so it looks like there is blood on the ground. It was the snow and rain on the fresh cuts that pooled where she was laying."

Mutilated cow discovered January 12, 1995 in Battle Mountain, Nevada. Photograph © 1999 by owner, Eddyann Filippini.
Mutilated cow discovered January 12, 1995 in Battle Mountain, Nevada. Photograph © 1999 by owner, Eddyann Filippini.

 

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Delphos, Kansas Ring Mystery – More Analyses

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe

September 5, 1999  Reeds Spring, Missouri - Today I talked with UFO physical landing trace investigator, Ted Phillips, about a 35-page analytical chemistry report he received this week. It's the 24th lab report for Ted over the past three decades in a strange case known as the Delphos, Kansas ring mystery.

 

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New 1999 Crop Formation at Upavon, England

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe

August 29, 1999  Upavon, England - Photographer Peter Sorensen reports that about 25% of the wheat fields in Wiltshire are still uncut. The formation below was discovered a few days ago, but Peter and his partner, Ulrich Kox, were not able to get an aerial of it because the field is inside the military air exclusion zone at Upavon. But finally, Ulrich and his pilot were able to obtain a special permit to fly in a micro light airplane over the area for five minutes only and photographed with Peter Sorensen's digital video camera.

Aerial photograph of Upavon crop formation taken with digital video camera © 1999 by Peter Sorensen and Ulrich Kox.
Aerial photograph of Upavon crop formation taken with digital video camera © 1999 by Peter Sorensen and Ulrich Kox.

 

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Oddball Quasar and Salt Water Inside Meteorite

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe

August 29, 1999 ­

Oddball Quasar

Cambridge, England ­ Last week Cambridge scientists said they were puzzled by mysterious, dark bands in the sky just before and after the August 11th eclipse. But Dan Green, Director of Harvard's Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, told me that the horizontal bands have been seen before in other total solar eclipses and are thought to be atmospheric distortions.

This week I also talked with Astronomer George Djorgovski (jor-GOV-ski) at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, about a mysterious star his team photographed during their Large Digital Sky Survey. The astronomers noticed an oddly colored star in the constellation Serpens, the Snake.

Photograph by Astronomer S. George Djorgovski © 1999, California Institute of Technology, Carina Software and Large Digital Sky Survey.
Photograph by Astronomer S. George Djorgovski © 1999, California Institute of Technology, Carina Software and Large Digital Sky Survey.

 

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Unusual Animal Deaths in Australia and London, England

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe

August 25, 1999 Victoria, Australia ­ A "mysterious killer" is stalking sheep in Gippsland and 250 kilometers (155 miles) across country in northeast Victoria and about eighty miles northeast of Melbourne. "Killers strike again," headlined The Herald Sun on July 11, 1999. Beneath the headline is a photograph of farmer Adrian Jackson with one of his slaughtered rams. The Jackson farm in Violet Town, Victoria has been losing 100 sheep a year.

Photograph © 1999 by Rob Leeson The Herald Sun.
Photograph © 1999 by Rob Leeson The Herald Sun.

 

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Farmer Destroys Another Crop Formation in Wiltshire, England

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe

August 24, 1999  Wiltshire County, England ­ Photographer Peter Sorensen has e-mailed some updates from Wiltshire, England where he has spent the summer photographing the extraordinary series of patterns in cereal crops since the early spring. First, another formation has been destroyed by an angry farmer.

Allington formation of rings cut down on August 23, 1999 before an aerial photograph of the design could be taken. Aerial videograph after farmer cut it down © 1999 by Peter Sorensen.
Allington formation of rings cut down on August 23, 1999 before an aerial photograph of the design could be taken. Aerial videograph after farmer cut it down © 1999 by Peter Sorensen.

 

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Integrated Circuits the Size of Molecules

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe

"In ten years potentially, we will have entire computers not just in your wrist watch, but woven into our clothing. Or a slurry of computers painted on your wall." 

Phil Kueckes, Computer Architect,
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, California, July 1999

August 18, 1999  Palo Alto, California ­ In mid-July 1999, Hewlett-Packard Labs and the University of California at Los Angeles made headlines with a breakthrough that seems like science fiction ­ making integrated circuits for computers no bigger than molecules. Currently, the on-off switches for computing are made by etching pathways with beams of light on silicon wafer chips. But light has a wavelength and cannot make anything smaller than that wavelength.

 

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More Mid-August 1999 Crop Formations in Wiltshire, England

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe

August 15, 1999 Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire County, England ­ Today I joined photographer Peter Sorensen at new formations in wheat that were discovered August 14th. These can be seen clearly only from the air. On the ground or from the car on the road, the large spiral and Celtic knot with side "signature" are barely visible.

Spiral discovered in Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, wheat near Celtic Knot on August 14, 1999, in same field as the earlier June 23 pictogram. Aerial Photograph © 1999 by Peter Sorensen.
Spiral discovered in Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire, wheat near Celtic Knot on August 14, 1999, in same field as the earlier June 23 pictogram. Aerial Photograph © 1999 by Peter Sorensen.

 

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