Crooked Soley — A Crop Circle Revelation By Allan Brown and John Michell Facsimilie Edition, Squeeze Press (2017) – £6.99 Lead photograph by Steve Alexander / Temporary Temples On a late August night in 2002, an extraordinary crop circle appeared close to the West Berkshire hamlet of Crooked Soley. The disjointed arcs of 72 circles crossed within a space defined by two simple rings. The majority of the resulting latticework was flattened, leaving behind something resembling a circular, infinitely repeating strand of DNA. The formation was consumed by the summer harvest in hours, but contained startling messages in the...Read More
Month: December 2017
Since Terence Meaden’s discredited plasma-vortex theory disappeared into the ether and two Hampshire men claimed to have started making crop circles in the 1970s, cerealogy has remained a fairly steady ship. On one hand there are the sceptics who dismiss all crop circles as the product of human trickery. On the other are those who believe a supernatural power, possibly extraterrestrial or Earth-centred, creates a proportion of the circles. Having recently reviewed Zen Rabbit’s Holistic Guide to Crop Circles, The Croppie considers Rob Buckle’s book to mark the overdue literary arrival of an increasingly noisy brand of crop circle...Read More
A person with an interest in the crop circle phenomenon. Such individuals may be of varying belief, sanity and intelligence.
The name of a little known website that was launched in 2015 to cover all aspects of croppiedom. At the end of the year ownership of the site changed hands.