Andrew Collins and Whitley Strieber spent time together in crop circle country last summer, and we begin this year's three-part exploration of this mysterious phenomenon by talking with Andrew about the circles and their relationship to ancient structures such as Avebury and Stonehenge. Whitley Strieber tells about his expeirence doing a walking meditation around the Avebury stone circle. But then, when Andrew describes his views about modern crop circles, a real surprise comes!
This is the first of three programs about crop circles that will be presented on alternate weeks into May. Each researcher takes a different view of the authenticity of the formations and their meaning, but one thing is consistently true of all of them: they are real experts and their ideas are unique and extremely interesting.
In two weeks, we will hear Michael Glickman's
view of the circles, and, on April 30, Freddy Silva
will join us--and, by that time, perhaps the first formations of the season will have appeared!
Andrew Collins website is AndrewCollins.com
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