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  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Frog Ltd (10 May 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1583942289
  • ISBN-13: 978-1583942284
  • Product Dimensions: 17.9 x 1 x 23.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 589,523 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By D. B. Limited on 24 April 2009
Format: Paperback
How does mankind deal with miracles? This question has assumed a more-than-theoretical importance in the life of Michael Glickman, who has been witnessing the miraculous on a regular basis since he investigated his first crop circle in 1990. In the years since then, an intensive study of the crop-circle phenomenon in the region of its most important appearances--the English countryside--has given Glickman extraordinary personal insight into a subject usually known only through secondhand reports and speculation.

More than eight years in the writing, Crop Circles: The Bones of God is unique among books on this modern enigma in that it combines the author's firsthand field encounters with some of the most famous crop-circle formations (such as Alton Barnes 1990 and Silbury Hill 1997, as well as more recent circles) with intricate and dazzling analyses of the structure and content of those formations. This beautifully illustrated mix of personal narrative with detailed study informs a larger discussion of the role of crop circles in the modern world and their unprecedented promise of new chapters in the history of consciousness.

About the Author
A trained architect, Michael Glickman was a regular columnist in the legendary crop-circle journal The Cereologist, edited by John Michell, as well as The Sussex Circular and Swirled News. His books on the subject include Crop Circles and Cornography:The New Swirled Order. He lives in Wiltshire County, England.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Lund on 7 Sep 2009
Format: Paperback
This book is a series of meditations on and investigations of the most significant crop circles of the last 20 years. There is no real history of the crop circles phenomenon, the focus is on the circles themselves.

The author has clearly spent a long time considering these formations and has a deep personal knowledge of his subject. Unlike some books where the meanings of crop circles are all too glibly listed, Glickman's careful and thoughtful approach really made me feel that I understood what the numbers and the geometry meant.

This is not a long book but it is an enjoyable read if you are interested in the mysteries and meanings of crop circles.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Allie Allbright on 19 July 2010
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This is a beautifully produced book with a striking cover featuring the Barbury Pi formation. It is printed on quality shiny paper by Frog Books of Berkeley California.Over 13 chapters, Glickman studies the most magnificent circles of recent history and looks at their geometries with great care and beautiful photographs. Glickman is one of the foremost researchers of this phenomenon and I was disappointed with the final chapter, which presents a short and very watered down hypothesis of what the circles mean. This is a passionately argued subject and I feel Glickman's book doesn't do justice to this fact. It seems to me to be the work of a man who is trying too hard to cover all bases and in the process loses something of the passion that this subject stirs in the factions involved.Fabulous title though.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JAY BREMYER on 7 Jun 2010
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Michael Glickman's most recent book _Crop Circles: The
Bones of God_ is truly extraordinary and will long be
considered a classic -- a beautifully conceived and
executed book. I've been in the fields, attended the
conferences, and read Glickman's other books, as well
as John Michell's and Allan Brown's study of _Crooked
Soley_, which is terrific, and the general literature,
and recognize Glickman's further elaboration of all the
earlier studies here as a very significant
contribution.

Based on Glickman's lectures, that I've heard, but
particularly in this book, I'm keenly aware of what an
excellent, patient teacher he is. Beyond that he has
an amazing sense of how to build a picture from
fundamentals through interpretation. This is a great
job! As an architect, he is extraordinarily aware of
just how wonderful these "pictures in the fields"
really are.

I highly recommend this book to everyone with any
interest in anomalous phenomena. Regardless of their
initial viewpoint, they'll be entertained and informed.
At a minimum, their sense of wonder will be fed.
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