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5.0 out of 5 stars A must read
Excellent book by some of the greatest makers. If you "believe" in non-human creation of the crop circles, you MUST read this book. If you "dont" want to read it, you will get stuck in your dogma.
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3.0 out of 5 stars descriptive and philosophical but not a convincing proof of the phenomena as human
As a crop circle entheusiast I read this book with caution for I like the concept that some non-human intelligence is using field art as a communication. My favorite crop circle woodborough hill 2000 is claimed by the author as "fibronacci spirals, natural growth cycles modeled using simple mathematical sequence." The claim of authorship is descriptive but...
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5.0 out of 5 stars A must read, 3 Jan. 2015
This review is from: The Field Guide: The Art, History & Philosophy of Crop Circle Making (Paperback)
Excellent book by some of the greatest makers. If you "believe" in non-human creation of the crop circles, you MUST read this book. If you "dont" want to read it, you will get stuck in your dogma.
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5.0 out of 5 stars "It's only flattened cron" - Doug Bower, 12 Oct. 2006
This review is from: The Field Guide: The Art, History & Philosophy of Crop Circle Making (Paperback)
Its been on the top of circle enthusiasts minds for some time now keeping them wondering when it would finally get released yet it almost got abandoned somewhere in cornwall. After being compiled over several years the definitive 'Field Guide' to crop circles has finally been completed. Full of humor and wit this is a masterfully written book by true wordsmiths that will have you hooked from start to finish giving a rich in depth account on modern circle making and the philosophy that many circle makers follow. It also gives a very detailed and insightful look at the pre-history of crop circles,the science and how it all began along with interviews with well know circlemakers.

With its 'Roll your own' instructions and diagrams to get anyone started in the field this book will hopefully inspire a whole new generation of circle makers that will help shape this exciting phenomena in the future.

A must read for anyone interested in crop circles regardless of your belief.

Happy Stomping :D
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3.0 out of 5 stars descriptive and philosophical but not a convincing proof of the phenomena as human, 4 Dec. 2012
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This review is from: The Field Guide: The Art, History & Philosophy of Crop Circle Making (Paperback)
As a crop circle entheusiast I read this book with caution for I like the concept that some non-human intelligence is using field art as a communication. My favorite crop circle woodborough hill 2000 is claimed by the author as "fibronacci spirals, natural growth cycles modeled using simple mathematical sequence." The claim of authorship is descriptive but unsubstantiated. Making the circle pattern in the night, with each ring of triangles changing would be very complex. You did this? I am not convinced. On page 179 the grapeshot phenomena was summed up as even the most dogmatic now agree that humans are doin' em. I walked past one in 2011 that was not on the tramway, that would have taken a large ladder to access if your aren't going to leave a path signature in the field... Could someone on the way to make the design been carrying such a ladder? Yes, but it seems so ridiculous to have had that additional burden for such a modest design detail.
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5.0 out of 5 stars They can't all be hoaxes can they?, 11 Sept. 2006
This review is from: The Field Guide: The Art, History & Philosophy of Crop Circle Making (Paperback)
This book need be your only reference into the world of Crop Circles. It provides insight into why this very British pastime continues to happen every year, and even offers the tempting instructions of how to do it yourself. Perhaps a little more weighted towards the very real human involvement in the subject than other books. Even if you disbelieve or oppose the words written in it, it cannot help but inspire you to take to the fields and test the waters.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Deception!, 4 May 2013
This review is from: The Field Guide: The Art, History & Philosophy of Crop Circle Making (Paperback)
This is yet another attempt to distract and deceive people from a true and outstanding gift humankind are being given at the moment, people who try and hide the truth and muddy the waters for people perception disgust me. People need to start waking up to crop circles and start taking a closer look! Don't get this book! it's an embarrassment to the phenomenon!
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