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by Karen Alexander,Steven Alexander

eBook Crop Circles: Mysteries of the Fields Revealed download ISBN: 0785820698
Author: Karen Alexander,Steven Alexander
Publisher: Chartwell Books; First Edition edition (October 5, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1977 kb
Fb2: 1975 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: Occult and Paranormal

Karen Alexander, Steve Alexander. Exactly what I was looking for. I bought it because of the high quality pictures and content. I have enjoyed this book more than some other Crop Circles books because of its light reading and abundance of pictures and theories.

Karen Alexander, Steve Alexander. Excellent for the beginner and enthusiast alike for the wide array of photos and classifications. оставлен catovaquilts16.

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by Steve Alexander (Author), Karen Alexander (Author). Bought this book for the beautiful photos and plan to make some crop circle quilts using the photos in this book.

I've read nearly all of the other books on crop circles and this is definitely the best. Freddy's tone is both serious and light; his love and admiration of the designs themselves and whoever creates them shines through on every page. I give this book away as gifts every year because it truly is a delightful one!

World authorities, Karen and Steve Alexander reveal that hidden within the proportions and shapes of many .

World authorities, Karen and Steve Alexander reveal that hidden within the proportions and shapes of many of these spectacular designs are measures and harmonies that have been used for thousands of years in the creation of sacred and holy spaces. This ancient way of using design, measure and proportion is explored here to the full. The market remains strong because crop circles are so compelling and because they make this a most beautiful book! There are no other books that focus on the aesthetics of these wonderful creations. Log on to the authors' site to see the full potential of this book.

Steve Alexander has been photographing the crop circles for twenty-five years.

Crop Circles: Signs, Wonders and Mysteries. by Steve Alexander and Karen Alexander. Crop Circles - Steve Alexander

Crop Circles: Signs, Wonders and Mysteries. Crop Circles - Steve Alexander. On design alone, the crop circles of the past twenty years or so deserve a second look, as so much of what they symbolize is intelligent, significant and even pertinent to our world. The crop patterns might even be considered, on some level, powerfully transformative and instructive. This book is about those designs and what they embody, the meaning that lies beneath the shapes and the perennial knowledge they seem to employ.

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Steve and Karen Alexander have done an excellent job in this book explaining the many aspects of the mysterious phenomenon of crop circles that appear every summer in southern England. The book is beautifully illustrated with aerial photos of the crop circle formations in all their majesty. A must read for all crop circle enthusiasts as well as any newcomers to this phenomenon. Even if the mystery of crop circles is never answered conclusively,they will leave an enduring impac. Published by Thriftbooks

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Crop Circles: Mysteries of the Fields Revealed. ISBN 9780785820697 (978-0-7858-2069-7) Hardcover, Chartwell Books, 2009. Find signed collectible books: 'Crop Circles: Mysteries of the Fields Revealed'. Learn More at LibraryThing. Steven Alexander at LibraryThing.

This full color, lavishly illustrated book is a photograph tour-de force of Crop Circle design.
Comments: (7)
Kardana
What a shame. First let me say the first edition of this book (2006) gets 5 stars IMO. And no doubt the 2014 edition could have been the same, BUT....

While the new edition contains pictures and descriptions of 16 crop circles that have appeared since 2006, sadly some wonderful crop circles like the Great Shelford "Angel" July 2001, Picked Hill "Sunflower" August 2000, North Down July 2003, and Woolstone Hill August 2005, to name a few, have been taken out. Also removed is a great close up shot of the Milk Hill "Galaxy Spiral" August 2001. Apparently the decision was made to keep the total number of pages at 192 which required removing some in order to make room for others.

The 2014 edition could have been spectacular had they just added the new ones without removing anything, making it an "expanded edition." But it wasn't to be. Disappointing.

Here's the list I came up with of crop circles in the 2014 edition that are not in the first edition:

1) Chute, August 2013
2) Hackpen Hill, "Dream-catcher," July 2013
3) Yatesbury, June 2009
4) Silbury Hill, July 2013
5) West Kennett, "Temple" or "Gateway," June 2007
6) Hailey Wood, "Butterfly," July 2007
7) Barbury Castle, "Pi - 3.141592654..." June 2008
8) Silbury Hill, "Mayan Headdress," July 2009
9) Wayland's Smithy, "Towers," July 2006
10) Cley Hill, July 2010
11) Fosbury Camp, July 2010
12) Jubilee Plantation, 2011
13) Etchilhampton, July 2011
14) Danebury Hill Fort, July 2010
15) Chisbury Ring, July 2010
16) Hackpen Hill, August 2012.
Tto
This book strikes a nice balance of words and pictures, words that describe the vast variety of shapes and symbols with a firm (delightfully enlightening) grounding in numerology, and aerial pictures that range from the most simple circle to the most complex and intricate patterns and symbols. The format is large enough to do justice to the subject, and the organization is very good, beginning with a basic cataloging of the patterns from 1 to 12, and the other different groupings these mysterious phenomena can be discussed within, including sacred shapes, labyrinths, life forms, knots and spirals, fractals, symbols and astronomical patterns. The most mind blowing for me are those that use binary code to communicate directly and intellectually to us.

The range of the crop circle art represented here is truly phenomenal, really beyond words, and makes for a wonderful study for anyone interested in sacred geometry, visual and graphic arts, symbology, and the mystery of what it all means, and how we relate and fit into it all.

I would think some of these would make the absolute best tattoo designs as well.

On whatever level you approach it, this is wonderful, joyous art.
Skillet
It's okay. I liked the Lucy Pringle book better, but I was interested in the visual art, not the science. It is interesting if you want a lot of text and science and information about fractals and a discussion about whether they were faked. Given the precision of the math and the fact that they can really only be truly appreciated from the air, probably not and certainly not by a couple of 67 year old men using a device they operated by hand.
Zan
It has some beautiful Crop Circles. I especially like the mathematical ones. I must admit I haven't read the whole thing yet, but it's easy to just look at the pictures! That's what it's all about anyway! I was hoping each picture would take up the whole page, but most of them almost do. It took a while to get the package, but I was still very happy when it came!
Obong
If you don't have a colour Kindle don't worry because I've got the old Kindle and can view the images just fine and the patterns and explanations regarding their design is what makes this book worth buying.

The author proffers a metaphysical philosophy for crop circle design and extrapolates an unfolding message from the overall history of crop circle waves that have flourished throughout Britain. Starting with the simple designs and moving through to the more complex over a period of each wave the author demonstrates how geometric design and the significance of various numbers convey a message to humanity from the makers of the circles.

I was impressed by the wide array of photographed circle designs shown in the book with details of their size and aerial photos showing the sheer magnitude of these things.
Rasmus
Best photography of the lovely circles.
I have been following this for 25 years, and have all the yearbooks.
They are going to have to switch to cameras on drones, since heli hire has
become prohibitive.
Mpapa
Bought this book for the beautiful photos and plan to make some crop circle quilts using the photos in this book.
I bought this book for a friend for Christmas! She absolutely loved it, and I loved looking at it before I gave it to her! The photos are very clear and bright. I like the explanations and it's a great gift book!