CROP CIRCLES IN A BINARY CODE?March 28, 2012 By Joseph P. Farrell
Normally I do not comment on videos, but this one was sent to me by Mr. V.T., and since many of you have written to me privately to ask me what I think of crop circles, I couldn't resist commenting on this one. It's in Spanish, but there are English subtitles, and it's only about ten minutes long:
Now it strikes me as extremely odd that "ET" would seek to communicate by such a bizarre method, especially if his message is that he(that is, ET), is actually one of the Annunaki-Mesopotamian gods, in this case Ea-Enki, returning... While I won't go into details here on why I think this, I do not believe crop circles are hoaxes, but neither do I believe them to be of any supernatural, or extraterrestrial, nature or origin. I think they are products of a technology, a human one.
Now, that said, I want to stress that I am accepting the analysis presented in the video for the sake of argument. Not having seen the argumentation behind the analysis in the video, I have no idea if what it asserts is true or not, but again, for the sake of argument, I assume it to be so. That leads me to ask this question: Assuming (1) the analysis here to be true, and (2) assuming that the circles are the product of a human technology, why would anyone be going to such lengths to encode a bit of the Mesopotamian pantheon in the form of Ea-Enki, who, as the video correctly points out, is credited with creating the human race by mixing a pre-existent hominid with the "annunaki" gods? Other crop circles have similarly embodied mathematical messages, including Mandelbrot fractals, and in the famous Barbury circle case, a proposition of Euclidean geometry not hitherto known, and as well, a kind of "hyper-dimensional squishing" into two dimensions of a 4-d polytopes. So in a certain sense, that mathematical messages should be encoded in these two circles is not surprising, and seems to conform to a pattern.
My hypothesis - and again, I am simply stating, not arguing, here - is that these circles represent not only products, but tests of a human technology, and that, as is often the case, this technology is being coupled with a psychological warfare or social engineering operation to implant, or reinforce, the ET-Annunaki meme of humanity being engineered. To what purpose? To direct attention away from inquiry into what sort of technology produced the circles, but also, I suspect, to reinforce, in a very subtle fashion, that human beings are someone else's property. The elites, in short, are playing with their toys, to reinforce the meme.
See you on the flip side.
About The Author
Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".