In Search of …Space Visitors, Quinto’s Take

DATELINE: UFOs

The best mystery solution series on television will now make an attempt to tackle the most over-reported, under-insightful episode of the UFO phenomenon: the crash at Roswell.

If there is a test of the show’s ability to provide clear, new approaches to some of these tired topics, In Search ofhas bitten off a big chunk of the conspiracy theory market in America.

It’s a subject with little new ground, and the opening discussion of Roswell quickly gives way to a lesser known event of 2007 in Stephenville, Texas. Hundreds of credible witnesses saw a mammoth vehicle navigating the air with unbelievable control.

When MUFON, the UFO research group came to Texas, they expected a handful of witnesses. But hundreds came by. The Air Force at first denied they scrambled to investigate, then a week later admitted ten F-16 fighters chased the object.

Nearly fifteen years earlier was an incident off Catalina that was only reported recently—complete with official government footage of a windowless, 50ft. craft that could maneuver around in air and sea. Disbelievers may be harder to find as these incidents multiply.

Quinto’s big gun is the trite crop circle phenomenon, but that too is where the show reached new heights. One scientist noted that the circles may be actual sound recordings. They seem to be created through electromagnetic sonar—and retain radio signals.

Yes, the sound patterns make shapes and can be a language. So, we have to tip our hat again to the best investigation series on TV.

 

 

 

Stonehenge Secrets on Ancient Aliens

DATELINE: Going in Circles

For the seventeenth episode of this highly segmented season, Ancient Alienstackles in depth the ancient monument of Stonehenge, built, no surprise, by aliens or their stand-ins.

Of course, over the years, they have done bits and pieces on the topic. Now, they are putting full focus on the location that they now report is a hotspot of UFO activity, showing an unidentifiable spot in the sky that they claim is a flying saucer.

They also tease viewers with the idea that the builders of Stonehenge have “vanished,” which sounds a great deal like Roanoke Island colony, which is the following show on History Channel. There are no accidents on History’s network.

This week featured more hopscotch than usual, both in terms of logic and logistics. Our British theorists took over travel around their own country, keeping those pesky Americans out of the area:  even Brit Nick Pope was relegated to studio duty.

The ancient theorists contended that there were many, many stone circles all around the globe, many predating the Stonehenge (which is a mere shadow of its original self), coming in at 75% destroyed.

It seems other circles are twice as old—and the heavy stones could have been transported by a race of giants whose DNA record has disappeared. How and why, you may well ask.

It seems the quartz crystals when compressed create a kind of electro-magnetic energy, meaning you needed heavy stones of a certain kind in a tight circle. This might be the means to create portals by which to travel. This is all reminiscent of the Nazi Bell circle (which no one brought up).

We also wondered why they had spaceships if they only needed to make magnetic portals by which to flee earth.

The show never addressed some of these questions but did note that crop circles were telling us how to recreate the lost technology of stone circles.

If you ask us, we have been going in circles for quite some time.

 

Crossover from Another Dimension?

 DATELINE: Crop Circles

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A highly intelligent and careful documentary on Crop Circles and the intensity of experiences in the farmlands and countryside of England can be found in Crossover from Another Dimension.

It provides seminal information on the history of these events, which can be traced back hundreds of years, even near the Stonehenge area. Of course, back then there were no overhead views: except from local hilltops. So, if there were intricate designs, these were not recorded.

The modern phenomenon starts in the 1970s and seemed to spread quickly across the globe. Again, the earliest curios in wheatfields and hay fields were not sophisticated, but grew far more complex within a few years.

Many attribute this to hoaxers, yet the issue remains that many of these messages and aesthetic designs could not have been created in just a few hours with a handful of people overnight. There were fakes, of course, but not all fall into the category.

When you add in, the film’s study of electrical effects on skin and thyroids, you have something decidedly odd. There is enough medical worry that pregnant women are advised not to enter crop circles.

Mostly, owners of the land are frightened to pursue any legal action, though they are often irked that their livelihood has been damaged, often to the size of hundreds of feet/meters. Some hastily mow down the designs to prevent further intrusions.

The plants are gently bent; they break only when visitors trample on them. Films show lightning flashes and sudden appearances, or orbs that fly over an area, even in daylight.

The military sends out helicopters to chase away orbs but deny there is any rhyme or reason to their actions.

Whatever the visitors are who make these designs, often in mimesis of Mayan calendar art , you have a mystery that is far more than a cheesy fake news event.

One face made in the crops can best be seen by a high altitude. What on or off earth is going on?