Mandala Formation in New Haven, Michigan
Crop of Circles Baffles in Michigan
October 21, 2007
By Ken Palmer for The Flint Sun Journal
Jerry Buginsky of New Haven Township, outside Owosso, stands in a mysterious, 15-foot, crop circle that appeared in his soybean field.
In 45 years of farming, Jerry Buginsky had never seen anything like it.
While cutting a field planted in clover, he noticed an odd-looking circle of dead vegetation about two feet wide.
"I paced it off in different directions," Buginsky said. "It was 10 feet in diameter on the inside, 12 feet on the outside. Everything in that (band) was dead -- the weeds, the clover, everything."
Buginsky discovered another, slightly larger circle about 80 to 100 feet away. "The growth was completely dead, like you threw a Frisbee out there," he said.
That incident in August wasn't the end of it for Buginsky, who later noticed a third circle in his clover, plus two more crop circles in his soybeans a few weeks ago. The soybean circles were about 15 feet in diameter, he said.
"It was evident that the crop had grown up to 15 to 20 inches tall and then completely died out," he said. "They weren't crushed, but they were dead."
Buginsky, 62, works three farms, including 300 acres of soybeans, wheat and clover near his home on N. State Road. He said he has no explanation for the strange circles that showed up in his fields this year. Neither do any of his cohorts, he said.
Crop circles became a phenomenon during the 1970s and 1980s after a rash of them began showing up in Great Britain.
Staffers at the Michigan State University Extension and the Shiawassee County Soil Conservation District said they have heard no other reports of crop circles being discovered in the area.
Examples are rare in Michigan. But hundreds of people flocked to a farm in Livingston County's Howell Township in 2003 after three circles up to 51 feet in diameter were found in a wheat field. A crop circle expert who spent three days studying those circles concluded they were caused by some unexplained natural phenomenon...
These events are part of a newly grounding energy in the New Haven area that will, in successive seasons, lead to more comlpex mandala crop formations. These are exactly the same beginnings that were noticed by farmers in the early years of crop formations in England and in the many other locations where crop circles have since become amazingly varied and increasingly intricate. These formations are warning humanity of the resonant planetary changes that are the result of increasing solar flare activity that is preceding the next magnetic polar reversal of the sun, which will result in a reversal here on Earth as predicted by the indigenous wisdom of our native Elders as well as various solar scientists.
The ancient Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt are ambiently focusing this oncoming energy into precise cymatic patterns of infrasound standing waves that envelope the planet. New Haven Township, Michigan (43.07N 84.11W) is 5,948 miles from Giza, a distance that is 23.89% of the Earth's mean circumference of 24,892 miles. This same effect is simultaneously occurring with waves of piezoelectric firestorms in Ratria, India, Messina, Italy, Bodibe, South Africa, Seattle and Santa Barbara, USA.