Documents, magazines and journals from the historical archives of cerealogy. This section is updated as and when ‘new’ documents come to hand.

 

Awareness

Occasionally wacky UFO magazine run by Contact International with links to the Oxfordshire Centre for Crop Circle Studies.

: 1 : Vol 16 Issue 2
: 2 : Vol 16 Issue 3
: 3 : Vol 17 Issue 1
: 4 : Vol 17 Issue 2
: 5 : Vol 17 Issue 3
: 6 : Vol 17 Issue 4
: 7 : Vol 18 Issue 1
: 8 : Vol 18 Issue 2
: 9 : Vol 18 Issue 3
: 10 : Vol 18 Issue 4
: 11 : Vol 19 Issue 1
: 12 : Vol 19 Issue 2
: 13 : Vol 19 Issue 3
: 14 : Vol 19 Issue 4
: 15 : Vol 20 Issue 1
: 16 : Vol 20 Issue 3
: 17 : Vol 20 Issue 4
: 18 : Vol 21 Issue 2
: 19 : Vol 21 Issue 3
: 20 : Vol 22 Issue 1
: 21 : Vol 22 Issue 2
: 22 : Vol 22 Issue 4
: 23 : Vol 23 Issue 1
: 24 : Vol 23 Issue 2
: 25 : Vol 23 Issue 3
: 26 : Vol 23 Issue 4
: 27 : Vol 24 Issue 1
: 28 : Vol 24 Issue 3
: 29 : Vol 24 Issue 4
: 30 : Vol 25 Issue 2
: 31 : Vol 25 Issue 3
: 32 : Vol 26 Issue 1
: 33 : Vol 26 Issue 2
: 34 : Vol 26 Issue 4
: 35 : Vol 27 Issue 1
: 36 : Vol 27 Issue 2
: 37 : Vol 27 Issue 3
: 38 : Vol 27 Issue 4
: 39 : Vol 28 Issue 1
: 40 : Vol 28 Issue 2
: 41 : Vol 28 Issue 3
: 42 : Vol 28 Issue 4
: 43 : Vol 29 Issue 1
: 44 : Vol 29 Issue 3
: 45 : Vol 29 Issue 4
: 46 : Vol 30 Issue 2
: 47 : Vol 30 Issue 3
: 48 : Vol 31 Issue 1
: 49 : Vol 31 Issue 2
: 50 : Vol 31 Issue 3
: 51 : Vol 31 Issue 4
: 52 : Vol 32 Issue 1

BUFORA

Documents released by the British UFO Research Association relevant to the crop circle phenomenon.

Reports

: Mystery of the Circles : by Paul Fuller and Jenny Randles, 1985
: Controversy of the Circles : by Paul Fuller and Jenny Randles, 1989

BUFORA Bulletin

: 11 : Jun-Jul 1999

Journal of Transient Aerial Phenomena

: vol5 issue 2 : Mar 1988
: vol5 issue 3 : Sep 1988
: vol5 issue 4 : Mar 1989

UFO Times

: 5 : Jan 1990
: 7 : Jul 1990
: 10 : Nov 1990
: 11 : Jan 1991
: 13 : May 1991
: 14 : Jul 1991
: 15 : Sep 1991
: 16 : Winter 1991
: 17 : Spring 1992
: 18 : May-Jun 1992
: 19/20 : Summer 1992 (double issue)

The Cereologist (later The Cerealogist)
— The Journal For Crop Circle Studies

Launched as the internal journal of the Centre For Crop Circle Studies, The Cerealogist shortly gained independence after just two issues. Editors included Earth Mysteries researcher John Michel and conspiracy minded croppie George Wingfield. Be warned that the PDF files are rather large.

: 1 : Summer 1990
: 2 : Winter 1990
: 3 : Spring 1991
: 4 : Summer 1991
: 5 : Winter 1991
: 6 : Summer 1992
: 7 : Harvest 1992
: 8 : Winter 1993
: 9 : Summer 1993
: 10 : Autumn 1993
: 12 : Summer 1994
: 15 : Winter 1995
: 18 : Spring 1997
: 19 : Summer 1997
: 21 : Spring 1998
: 22 : Summer 1998
: 23 : Autumn 1998
: 24 : Spring 1999
: 25 : Summer 1999
: 26 : Autumn 1999
: 27 : Spring 2000
: 28 : Summer 2000
: 30 : Spring 2001
: 31 : Summer 2001
: 33 : Spring 2002
: 34 : Summer 2002
: 35 : Winter 2002
: 36 : Spring 2003

The Circular

The in-house journal of the Centre for Crop Circle Studies.

: 12 : March 1993
: 16 : March 1994
: 17 : Summer 1994

Enigma

Magazine of the Independent Research Centre for Unexplained Phenomena run by cerealogist the late Paul Vigay. Crop circles tend to feature heavily in many of the issues alongside other Fortean and anomalous phenomena.

: 1 : Summer 1993
: 2 : Autumn/Winter 1993
: 4 : Autumn 1994
: 6 : Late Spring 1995
: 7 : 1995
: 8 : 1996
: 12 : 1997
: 13 : 1997
: 14 : 1997
: 15 : 1998
: 16 : 1998
: 17 : 1999
: 18 : 1999
: 19 : 1999(?)
: 21 : 2000
: 22 : Autumn 2000

Enigmas – the Journal of Strange Phenomena Investigations

Home produced magazine covering everything weird and wonderful. Edited by Malcolm Robinson of Strange Phenomena Investigations with a heavy Scots bias.

: 18 : Nov-Dec 1989
: 21 : Aug-Sep 1990
: 22 : Nov-Dec 1990
: 24 : May-Jun 1991
: 27 : Feb-Mar 1992
: 28 : May-Jun 1992
: 29 : Aug-Sep 1992

Magonia

Legendary, wonderfully opinionated publication covering all kinds of weirdness … a bit like Fortean Times with attitude. Issues relevant to the crop circle phenomenon are featured here.

: 31 : November 1988
: 37 : October 1990
: 38 : January 1991
: 39 : April 1991
: 41 : November 1991
: 42 : March 1992
: 44 : October 1992

The Probe Report

The journal of Bristol UFO group NUFOR (SOUTHWEST) which investigated crop circles found at Westbury, Wiltshire during 1980. Coverage was subsequently given to the whirlwind theories of Terence Meaden before the group moved towards supporting the human-made-circles hypothesis. Issues featured are those which include crop circle related content.

: vol 1, issue 2 : August 1980
: vol 1, issue 3 : December 1980
: vol 2, issue 3 : December 1981
: vol 2, issue 4 : March 1982
: vol 3, issue 2 : October 1982
: vol 3, issue 4 : April 1983
: vol 4, issue 2 : October 1983

Miscellaneous

: Circles in the Corn : by Terence Meaden, from New Scientist, 23 June 1990

: Confessions of a Crop Circle Spy : by Jim Schnabel from MUFON UFO Journal, November 1992

: Corn Circle Fakes : by Edward Harris from Cosmology Newslink, Spring 1991

: Crop Circles — Do They Have a Future and Did They Have a Past? : by Paul Fuller and Jenny Randles, New Ufologist issue 1, 1994.

: Crop Circle Phenomena — The Truth : by Armen Victorian, UFO Magazine, March/April 1992

: UFOs, Crop Circles and Sensitive Military Establishments — A Connection? : by Graham W. Birdsall, UFO Magazine, May/June 1992