“Alien art” crop circle: the Transit of Venus

‘Transit of Venus’ crop circle discovered in Wiltshire field.

A crop circle formation about 700ft long with a snake-like pattern has appeared in a field in Wiltshire.

Experts said the formation in Milk Hill represents the transit of the planet Venus across the sun, an astronomical event that started last week.

Crop circle researcher Michael Glickman said: “It’s wonderful and enigmatic and I’m convinced it is not man-made.

“There are too many of these which are of such great quality for them to be dismissed as made by humans.”

Source: BBC news

Not man made, huh? Even though crop circles have been an admitted hoax for years? How willingly ignorant can you get? This is clearly a man-made piece of art. As all crop circles are.

This crop circle is supposedly picturing the transit of Venus, according to experts.

It’s actually sad that “croppies” or cereologists won’t acknowledge that people do these. I love crop circle imagery. This one is creative and fascinating. But, we don’t need aliens messing with the fields. Human are ingenious enough to master it on their own.

  3 comments for ““Alien art” crop circle: the Transit of Venus

  1. Greg Simpson
    June 30, 2012 at 8:34 AM

    Too many crop circles that are too artistically done to be attributed to humans? That has to be one of the dumbest comments ever made! Although, it does mirror the claims made by “ancient astronaut” believers: ancient monuments couldn’t have been created by ancient humans, they must have had help from super alien visitors.

  2. Chipshotz
    June 30, 2012 at 6:31 PM

    I worry about humanity at times but understand thinking like this was most likely worse in the past and we’ve made it this far.

  3. Massachusetts
    June 30, 2012 at 10:05 PM

    It’s frustrating when researchers, not necessarily scientists but researchers, fail to use basic logical reasoning. People have been documented creating crop circles, people are capable of great artistic achievements, but the circles are too nice to be of human origin? It reminds me of the Bigfoot researchers who believe they have a shadowy image of a 9 foot tall Bigfoot, until an expert proves the subject’s only 5 feet tall. Then the researchers proudly announce that they have footage of a juvenile Bigfoot.

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