08.17.2006

 
   

Mandala Formation in Geneseo, Illinois


Anomalies In Geneseo Soybean Circles

by Linda Moulton-Howe for Earthfiles
August 17, 2006

Ted Robertson had worked in soybean crop formations back in 2003 when extraordinary patterns were reported at the Serpent Mound near Peebles, Adams County, Ohio, on August 24, 2003, and at the Seip Mound near Bainbridge, Ohio, reported the end of August 2003... Based on those previous investigations, Ted was looking in the Geneseo soybean circles for what he and his ICCRA colleagues called "leaf base necrosis."

Jeffrey Wilson, Director of ICCRA, explained to me during their 2003 investigations that "we normally would look at the growth nodes in cereal crops. But in this case, soybeans are a little bit different. They don't really have analogous growth nodes like on a wheat plant where you would see elongation of the growth node or see expulsion cavities.

"In this case in soybeans, what we did find though is where those branches stem off at the side of the plant that's called a leaf base we found there was a collapse and what we are calling necrosis setting in of the surface layer of cells called the parenchyma tissue. We've done a couple of cross sections where we've looked at that leaf base versus controls. There is a clear layer of damage from whatever energies hit the plants and heated up those cells." ...

"What typically happens in the field crops is that the vessels that carry the moisture through the plants those heat up and it creates a pressure that explodes out of the growth nodes of the plants. But in this case, the layer of parenchyma cells is much thicker in soybeans and acts as a kind of cushion and doesn't actually reach the vessels that would carry that moisture. So, it's only that layer of damage that we see in these plants, again suggesting heating."


Leaf Base Necrosis and Anthocyanin Concentration - North and South Circles

Challenged by time, darkness and impending weather, Ted and I agreed that I would sample my way across from the edge of the north circle through the middle larger circle out to the south circle. Ted worked his way from east to west through the bigger circles. The Stahls had originally noticed many downed soybean stems that had one side colored reddish-purple. Ted began picking up the reddish-purple affected plants to look for leaf base necrosis.

As I bent down at the edge of the north circle, I saw a vivid reddish-purple color. At the leaf base on the stem was a brownish deterioration that I thought looked like the leaf base necrosis from Serpent and Seip Mounds. I photographed it below and put the stem in one of the sample bags for biophysicist W. C. Levengood. He received plant and soil samples by Fed Ex on Saturday morning, August 26, from all Geneseo circles. He examined the discoloration and said it is "anomalous concentrations of anthocyanin," a pigment found naturally in many fruits and vegetables. But anthocyanin is not supposed to saturate the stem surfaces of soybeans. We also noted that only the sky-facing surfaces of the downed plants in the circles were discolored with anthocyanin, suggesting that some kind of energetic interaction had come from above downward onto the crop.




Analysis

This formation in soy bean plants near Geneseo, Illinois left ample evidence of microwave bursts which have been hypothesized by Dr. Levengood and his associates as one of the causal frequency emissions of spinning plasma vortices. The rapid microwave heating of the soy plants has left necrosis and high concentrations of purple/red anthocyanin specifically on the skyward-facing portions of the plants. These features of the crop circle support the high-energy plasma theory of their origin, as does the location of the event.

The research presented at this site reveals the extra-low frequency standing waves which are being transduced by these spinning plasmas, also having been recorded at genuine energetic crop formations. The Fibonacci banding of infrasound resonances has been calculated as a percentage of the Earth's circumference distance from the Orion pyramids at Giza, Egypt. Geneseo (41.42N 89.91W) sits along the alignment at 6,249 miles from Giza, a distance that is 25.1% of the Earth's mean circumference (of 24,892 miles).

Another well-documented focal point of previous years' formations in the US is located in Solano County, California at the 30.0% radial distance from Giza. The US has recorded several formations in 2006, while England's megalithic Stonehenge is annually visited by nearby crop formations along the 9.0% circle.

This years mandala formations in Italy and Germany have also conformed to the Fibonacci radial distances of 5.3%, 6.6% and 7.3% of the Earth's circumference from Giza. The sacred mandala pattern of consciousness is bleeding through into our reality during this transformative period leading up to the highly anticipated magnetic reversal of December 22, 2012.