Predictions for crop circles in 2012

I know it’s very early in the year to be talking about crop circles, but this post has been hanging around for ages and it seemed like a good idea to get it finished and out there now, so that our beloved readers could be thinking about the ideas and having a good laugh when the weather is cold and bleak! We do like to entertain and amuse as well as inform and mystify. Back in the beginning of August 2010 I made a prediction that the Summer of 2012 would see the end of crop circles as a phenomenon.

“Crop circles will stop appearing by 2013. The peak of their complexity will be the Summer Solstice of 2012.” (source: a guiding divinity)

Actually, the results I got were that 2012 would be the year of their cessation, but at the time I interpreted that as meaning that June 2012 would see their ultimate expression, and thus there would be no further non-man-made circles in the 2013 season.

This information was dowsed in the centre of a crop circle but at the time, at what felt like the height of crop circle phenomenon, it seemed like a wild and crazy prediction born of a dowsed result in which I couldn’t really place much credibility other than my own judgment of how good I was at dowsing. However, the result was in keeping with the wild and crazy information that we were getting about the way that crop circles were created (certainly the non man-made ones anyway) .

Having pretty much given up looking at crop circles (because I couldn’t decide what their use was, and I was completely put off by the idea of their potential creators) it was a sudden moment of inspiration that reminded me that I used to go and look at the crop circle formations avidly last year, but that this year I hadn’t even bothered to review them at all. Not once! And it was June already. The crop circles for this year would surely be at their absolute peak of the season now, so I should go and take a look at the gallery on Crop Circle Connector.

I wanted to back up my theory with some statistics showing that the 2011 season figures were quite different to previous years, but getting hold of this information is quite difficult these days. Crop circles have become a business, and if you want the figures you have to pay the cash to join the various circle sites that record these figures in their databases. All these database differ in terms of the numbers recorded for 2011 anyway, so I guess comparisons are ultimately quite futile. Suffice it to say that at least at the beginning of the year i was quite surprised at how slow the season got off to, and the distinct lack of quality in the circles recorded. Beyond that, many of the professional-looking circles that began to appear in June and July just looked faked anyway! But all of this is now opinion, and academic at that because I don’t have any evidence to state my case properly.

[UPDATE] Having listened to the Red Ice interview with Colin Andrews I feel somewhat more justified in my statements now. Here is what Colin said about the recent circles:-

“”I think the quality – or the lack of quality – in the last few years of many of the designs – it’s fairly obvious to most people that really were looking at this and being honest with themselves that most of these were being made by [the] people. I can tell you for certain, because of my information, yes they were!”

Speaking of the future of crop circles after 2012 he says: “I think we can predict something new coming here…there’s every reason to suspect there will be new phenomena.”

I don’t want to put too much emphasis on differentiating ‘real’ and ‘man-made’ circles because in terms of their impact upon our consciousness all crop cricles may have relevance, but personally I concentrate my efforts to understand the phenomenon by dealing with the unexplained circles.

What opinion does this leave me with concerning the 2011 crop circle season and the implications for my 2012 prediction?

  • If all circles are created by humans then the good circle creators don’t seem to have been particularly motivated in 2011
  • Some 2011 circles were obviously created by humans, and this is likely to continue because people now depend upon their appearance
  • The ones that were given to us by non-human sources may have served their purpose after an important Midsummer 2012 message?

Watch with me as the 2012 season emerges this year. Let’s see if the quantity reduces from 2011 (52?) and if the complexity increases to a crescendo in mid-June, before the phenomenon of non-man-made circles disappears completely. Let’s keep meditating on their message and see what emerges this year – I think it’s going to be important somehow to our spiritual development. During the year I will be watching the developments closely and will try to add my opinions as we go along.

According to my dowsing, the number of real non-man-made crop circles to appear this year are:-

  • APRIL – 2
  • MAY – 7
  • JUNE – 10
  • JULY – 15
  • AUGUST – 3

I also predict there will be a final message in the circles of August 2012. Predictions always make everyone involved look foolish, so I’ll be the first to say that those figures are impossible to prove one way or another! The interpretations of the messages are even harder. So, whether you visit some circles this year or not, enjoy the ‘final’ ‘true’ season!

;-)

Gwas.

UPDATE: Red Ice Creations web site have got an interview this month with Colin Andrews – a ‘founding father’ of crop circle research. I would recommend listening to at least the first hour. In the second hour (for subscribers) he goes on to talk about the 2012 season in particular.

3 Responses to “Predictions for crop circles in 2012”

  • David Salter says:

    I am an interested observer, rather than an avid follower of circles, however..I too was expecting a change this year. The change I thought would happen was that there was the possibility of fewer or none. I also spent last year’s afternoons meeting the people, talking and learning. This seems to have been copied by at least one couple, Jan and Wendy from the Netherlands. They had decided they were looking for a new project, and would mainly meet and talk and learn. Results for them exceeded their expectations. This is pleasing for me, as it echoed my feelings. Maybe it is next year as you say, a reduction in circles. My spiritual journey is just really getting going too.
    David

    • Gwas says:

      Hi David,

      Welcome to our blog and thanks for your comments. I’m not an avid follower of crop circles either. I have a passing interest in the phenomenon, but it was made very personal when I became part of the process a few years ago! See:

      This year I believed that there would be one circle that I could get some useful information from. I think it might be this one. Not sure. But you know, I’m not interested enough to make the effort to go see it! I think I can get on with other spiritual projects instead. If you’re having interesting experiences in crop circles then that’s great – long may it continue! but I still think that the circles are going to die out soon. I think that most of the circles this year have been man-made, and quite obviously so too. So, technically I think there has been a massive reduction in the number of crop circles, and the ones that have been made are being created in oprder to perpetuate the “business” that has grown up around them, and this is due this year to the lack of “real” circles.

      Which is a shame, because things were just getting interesting!
      Gwas.

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