August 11, 2002

Raelian circles

More and more crop formations look like the Raelian logo, according to the Raelian Movement.

The Raelians consider some crop circles to be a passive communication confirming the messages given to their founder "RAEL" on Dec 13th 1973 during a face-to-face encounter with a human being from another planet.

The beings asked Rael to build an embassy where they could land and meet.

RAEL was given the specific dimensions of this embassy. Remarkably, a pictogram of the embassy appeared in Wiltshire, England in August of 1990.
This most recent crop circle is the 10th in a series of crop circles that have appeared resembling the Raelian logo in the past few years.
On August 21st 2001, two of the most intricate crop formations appeared alongside Chilbolton (Hampshire) Radio Observatory - the elaborate 3 dimensional "face" and the extraordinary binary code. This "reply" to the 1974 Arecibo radio transmission, and the message contained within, is of the utmost significance. Like the other formations, the complexity rules out any possibility of a manmade hoax.

The current Raelian logo is a Star of David with swirls going in to the centre. The popularity of six-sided formations among circlemakers is, of course, nothing to do with the ease of creating six-fold geometry with nothing more than a length of rope. Crop Circles Reveal "Signs" To Raelians - Raelian Movement press release (via Scoop), August 8th 2002.

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