Following the posting of the video of my presentation about the “Acknowledged” Book, someone posted a comment on Facebook saying that my “take” on Crop Circles was “miles off.” I can see why other researchers might have said such a thing, partly because, in the recent presentation, I tried to cover the phenomenon in about 15 or 20 minutes! I then went to the poster’s facebook page and found a link to an interesting “Crop Circle Wisdom” blog, which claimed the mystery of the incredible “Alien Head” crop formation – featured on the cover of my book – had been solved! Below, I will describe what I think about this blog and the interesting information it contained.
The first thing that is interesting is the date of the blog entry – not ever so long after my “Acknowledged” book came out (and the day before I gave that presentation that was recorded in Newcastle). We can also observe that the blog relates to an event which happened over 16 years ago . Perhaps I am over estimating the significance of my posting of my conclusions in book form, but it is certainly odd to consider that this new information (discussed below) “suddenly” appears soon after I self-published my book.
The blog (called “Crop Circle Wisdom”) mainly considers 2 postings (reproduced below) made by Colin Andrews on 19 Jun 2019 and 29 Jun 2019. Colin Andrews is and was a key figure in the “Crop Circle World”. I therefore mention his name many times in the “Crop Circles” part of my “Acknowledged” book. Over the last few years, I have to say, though I find him to be extremely polite, civil and diligent, I consider him to be something of a gatekeeper, for 3 main reasons:
- When offered, he would not accept information about Edgar Mitchell indicating that Mitchell was deliberately misleading people on certain issues. For example, Mitchell admitted he worked for the CIA in the 1970s and he also threatened Bruce De Palma and Bart Sibrel in separate incidents.
- Andrews promotes the idea of serious or catastrophic man-made climate change/global warming. Yet, he should be aware of how issues like these could be fixed with the application of currently suppressed technologies.
- Andrews has made recent postings in support of the reality of the Apollo Landings (which I know were faked – as do plenty of others that have studied the available evidence sufficiently).
Andrews who has obviously “broken out” of the mainstream, is also from a science background and should be able to address the sort of evidence I mention above (and below) in an appropriate manner. I suspect that Colin Andrews knows a lot more than he is letting on.
Andrews’ recent revelations relate to the Disney/Touchstone company being involved in the creation of the “Alien Head” crop formation in 2002. As many readers will know, a film/movie about Crop Circles called “Signs” was released in the USA in August 2002. The same film was released in the UK on 13 Sept 2002. Andrews implies that Touchstone/Disney Pictures were behind the creation of the “Alien Head” crop formation. He also implies that Touchstone/Disney contacted Circle Makers (or “Team Satan”) groups to make the formation. I include the text from Andrews statements, below, copied from his facebook postings. I will then discuss these postings.
19th June 2019
29th June 2019
Andrews states that the Disney connection to the “Alien Head” formation was known years ago. Well, speaking for myself, though I was obviously aware of the “Signs” film/movie, I have never heard of the sorts of connections that Andrews implies. For those that have read my book, they will, of course, be aware that I wrote about the Circle Makers group creating the “Richard and Judy” formation for the TV programme and the argument that this was similar to the “Alien Head” formation. However, nowhere, before today, have I seen that the “Alien Head” formation was created as a “secret” or “cryptic” promotion for the “Signs” movie.
We can also note that Andrews states he made an out of court settlement for “unauthorised” use of some of his material. Additionally, he states he was involved in promotion for the “Signs” film – was he paid for his TV appearances, or “did he do it for free?” Only Andrews knows the answer to that. If he was involved as a consultant for Disney (which I wouldn’t dispute), didn’t he ask to see the film at the earliest possible opportunity? With Andrews’ high level of interest in the subject, I would have expected him to want to see it first! Also, if it had been me, I would have wanted to distance myself from the film once I saw it (i.e. the film does nothing to further our understanding or knowledge of the formations).
Let us also now consider the idea that the “Alien Head” crop formation was a “cryptic” or “undisclosed” promo for the “Signs” film. As Andrews himself notes, the formation was found on 15 Aug 2002 – in the UK. Yet, the film’s US release was almost 2 weeks earlier. Why set up a promotion, 2 weeks after the most significant release date, in a different country? True, the UK release was about 4 weeks after the discovery of the formation, but surely the US market is the biggest? Similarly, the first crop formation shown in the “Signs” film is in the USA – and it is much more reminiscent of the ones that appeared in 1990 than it is of the “Alien Head” formation.
Andrews also states that they made unauthorised use of some of his material, but it seems at the time, rather than distancing himself from the film, and stating this is what happened, he essentially tells us he took “hush money” instead. Maybe there is more to it than that, but from what Andrews has revealed, it’s hard to interpret things another way.
In his posting, Colin Andrews links to a video trailer for the film, stating: “The Disney version of an ET can be seen in this movie sequence:” Here is a still image from the trailer/clip that Andrews linked:
(Yes, in the clip, the figure is seen on a TV screen, with lighting behind it. Really clear, isn’t it! You can see the resemblance to the head in the formation!) Admittedly, there is one later shot in the film, showing the alien face, which is a little clearer, but even that does not seem to be a good match for the alien face in the formation:
More unusual to consider is the nature of the message in the Alien Head Crop Formation which is in plain English. Here is the message again (as originally decoded by Paul Vigay):
In preparing this article, I reviewed the “Signs” movie/film – because from my memory of it, there was no reference to this sort of message or theme within the film. At about 48:30 into the film, one of the characters makes a reference to crop circles being used (presumably by aliens) as “a mapping reference,” but there is very little about the concept of a deceptive alien race. Rather, there is a theme of alien invasion or attack (which isn’t at all convincing in the storyline – especially when it is shown the aliens can be repelled/defeated by chucking fresh water on them!) The movie is more a sort of thriller/horror/suspense story, with the main theme really being how the Mel Gibson character deals with a family tragedy and loses then regains his faith in god! There is absolutely nothing explicit about messages in the crop formations themselves. In the plot, it is just weakly indicated that the appearance of crop formations is a precursor to the alien invasion (though the reasons behind this are never explored.)
Taking these factors into account, I find it difficult to accept that Disney instigated the creation of this formation as a “cryptic promo” for the “Signs” movie/film. The explicit themes in the formation have nothing to do with the themes in the film (which had already come out 2 weeks before the formation was made anyway!) Additionally, as far as I am aware, the “Alien Head” formation was not really significantly covered by any mainstream media – as the formation appeared about 10 years after the early 1990s “crop circle crescendo,” by which time the “national interest” had declined significantly.
“Crop Circle Wisdom”?
Now let’s return to the blog posting I mentioned near the start of this article. I was interested to know who created this posting, as it is not credited to anyone. However, there is an email address on a link which is: firstname.lastname@example.org…. I emailed this address, asking whose blog this was. I received a response back from “grey alien” saying they just wanted me to refer to their website – i.e. they wanted to remain anonymous. The blog posting states:
But, as I have noted above, Andrews doesn’t openly state this – he has no proof that this is the case. He merely implied that he thought Disney had commissioned some circle makers to make the formation (and that he was “angry” about this).
The posting then goes on to quote Andrews from the facebook posts (above), but then considers what Andrews said about the involvement of the Circle Makers group (“Team Satan”). It seems that group hasn’t admitted they created the formation. The anonymous poster then states:
The wording seems to be important “we believe to be the all but certain designers” – that doesn’t mean the poster has proof they created the formation. If one looks at the website of Lawrence and McKinney (“B1ackprojects”), there doesn’t seem to be any other work that is any more advanced or intricate than what the Circlemakers group have created. So, why is it that they can’t disclose their involvement in their greatest work – 17 years after it was created…? How strange. Then there is the group’s name “Black Projects” – oops… sorry… “B1ackprojects” – which is exactly the sort of thing I was saying that was the reason some crop formations were created. How strange. Similarly strange (to me) are some cryptic comments Andrews made in a follow-up posting regarding his new Disney-related revelations. I couldn’t find this exact comment on Andrews’ facebook feed, so I got it from a screenshot on the “Crop Circle Wisdom” blog posting, referenced above. Regarding who might be creating some of the formations, Andrews writes:
Andrews makes some other interesting comments in this particular response, reproduced below:
Before stating my general conclusion, I would just ask people to note Disney’s role in shaping public perception – a role in which they now have even more power, as one of the world’s biggest entertainment companies. This is explored in a presentation by Carl James.
Colin Andrews has not provided any specific evidence that either Disney or the Circle Makers group – or their associates – created the “Alien Head” formation. He has tried to make a case that this is what happened, but to me, his assertions are not robust – and it appears he is still keeping a few too many secrets – 17 years after the “alien head” formation appeared. Nowhere does Andrews (or the anonymous blog poster) tell us how the “Alien Head” crop formation was mechanically produced (by stomping or some variant of that technique). For me, the anonymous blog posting referring to a group called “B1ackProjects” (Black Projects) and the inclusion of Andrews comments about a “non-human master chessplayer” form the real disclosure here. That is to say, that I consider that these “new revelations” bolster my own general conclusions in the 2nd half of the “Acknowledged” book. I concluded that a significant proportion of crop formations have been created with military/black-ops-owned directed energy technology – and Colin Andrews, Nick Pope and others almost certainly know this to be the truth, but have been tasked with keeping (or have chosen to keep) this truth obscured/marginalised in one way or another.