Two crop circles were signaled in France during the summer of 2009, the first near Bourges, the second (which I personally visited) in Lorraine, in the village of Bourscheid close to Hérange (canton of Sarrebourg) (photos 1 and 2).
When I visited this formation on 19 July 2009, it looked visibly ancient : bad herbes had grown and were dressed up, still green, amongst the bent dry corns. Although I was astonished to see that there were only few traces on the ground where visitors had walked to see the crop circle formation. Visibly, a few persons had ventured before our visit, but few persons were aware of this crop circle. As for me, I had the chance of being informed of this end of June by a local habitant (thanks to Arnaud Thiry), but no information had been mentioned or diffused in the press to the public.
An amusing anecdote : upon approaching my camper car parked along the corn field in order to take a photo from the roof top of the camper car, which was a source of attraction by far... we were noticed by the patrolling police. The police, intrigued, came to see us... and we realised that they themselves were not aware of the existence of this crop circle formation in this sector which was normally under their control ! The existence of this crop circle was not even known by the local habitants of this region.
It so happens that during the following days, an aerial photo vue was taken, published in the local newspaper of July 24 (photo 3), and the field immediately mowed on the 25th.
This anecdote confirms the stories of several persons that I had met during my conferences, stating that since a number of years a certain number of crop circles were formed in France but not recorded in the database, as there were no press articles, and unknown to the locals.
I quietly observed on July 19 this formation of Bourscheid, and my belief is that this is real, for several reasons (see the precedent heading : « real crop circles are not man made » for more explanations).
It finally appears that the previous analysis made on the basis of observations on the ground does not leave much room for doubt about the authenticity of this crop circle !
For some simple geometry crop circles, it seems that their meaning is limited essentially to express this : « we exist ! », and are intended to be seen by men. At Marly in 2008 for example, the message was seen by a number of persons since the glyph was close to the city of Metz along a main road.
But in other cases, the location of this formation is in itself carrier of a different meaning, which is complementary. This is so for the formation of Bourscheid where I did make a very significant observation.
In the present case of Bourscheid, the field in which was conducted the formation was nearby (100 m) of a military camp, which is the air base of the 1st regiment of combat helicopters of Phalsbourg. In fact the glyphe was drawn in the corn field closest to this base, the immediate field adjacent to the base had been sown with corn. Furthermore, the geometric formation presented a symetric axis (photos 1 and 2). And while I was mounted on the roof of my camper car to take a picture from the top, I was surprised to find that the symetrical axis was precisely oriented towards... the control tower of the air base.
This situation and orientation cannot be a coincidence, and gives by all means an obvious meaning to this formation. The control tower is the headquarters of the military base, and this crop circle was deliberately trying to draw our attention towards this tower, a symbol of human activity related to weapons of destruction, related to war. Unfortunately, nobody noted this significant orientation, and nobody understood the real meaning. It is true that the tower was not visible from the ground due to a curve in the field.
The number of crop circles formed in France is low each year. However, is has been observed in recent years an amazing concentration around the town of Sarrebourg in Mozelle.
Note that the two formations appeared in 2006 are not known to specialists and therefore are not recorded in the database because there were no articles in the newspaper, but an inhabitant of Sarraltroff however photographed them. I personally visited these formations that appreared in Sarraltroff in 2008 and in Bourscheild in 2009, and in both cases I observed evidences attesting of their authenticity.
These five formations, conducted in the corn fields, have a simple geometry (circles and arcs). The motifs are not so elaborated as in England, as is the case generally.
But their location gives rise to several observations :
These valuable observations allow us to draw several conclusions concerning the authors of these crop circles.
The same analysis could be made in the case of the crop circles that appeared in 2008 near Valence, in the Drôme. It was apparent that several incidents were reported in the factory of Romans, specialized in the manufacture of fuel elements for nuclear reactors for use of research. Several other incidents were also reported a few days after in the central nuclear station of Tricastin, situated in the same region. It seems clear that the temporal and geographical proximity of the glyph in relation to these events is somewhat disturbing, as if one wanted to draw our attention to these nuclear incidents.
The above observations, in particular the fact that these warning signals adressed to us are so ineffective because people tend to not take them seriously, and the fact that the authors have drawn our attention to activities which undermine the natural balance in this region of Sarrebourg, even though these activities are not more serious here than elsewhere, are not compatible with the hypothesis of the authors being highly evolved beings, of extraterrestrial nature for example. They tend on the contrary to comfort the hypothesis that the authors are elementals.
These beings of nature doted with intelligence suffer from repeated damage that men inflict upon the Earth, and they have decided to warn us but dispose of a limited means of expression. We know that these beings who are attached to matter can express only through matter, as they lack the ability to speak to us otherwise.
This analysis of the Lorrain crop circles shows that the main preoccupation of these elementals is to protect nature, as they are effectively the guardians. This concern does not appear explicitly in the crop circles formed in Wiltshire in England, where the focus was primarily on remembering Atlantis, but the profound meaning of these two concerns intertwine.
We realize that the analysis of some of these crop circles formed in France provides information that are different and complementary to those we have deduced from observation in Wiltshire in England, and can reveal a few characteristics of these nature spirits that we know so little of. These characteristics are entirely consistent with the descriptions of these elementary beings made by R. Steiner (21) and P. J. Petri (19).
Ultimately, the crop circles show us that observers outside to mankind, but present amongst us and living amongst us, are nature spirits, sending us warning messages with insistence. But men ignore them and continue to conscientiously destroy the natural environment in which they live, pretending through ignorance thereby condemning themselves.
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