Wednesday August 1st 2018, “A Night of Crop Circling”

The Night of Crop Circling 2017 was a great succes, so we decided to do another one on Wednesday August 1st 2018. We will keep you informed on who will be speaking on this webpage. See you all next year!

For now we will show you the announcement of the 2017 event. In the coming weeks, we will publish the videos of the lectures on our video page.

In the summer of 2017, Sky High Creations will organise the third “Night of Crop Circling”. Like the previous years, a series of 6 short lectures on various crop circle related topics. There will also be stalls with crop circle books, jewelry and other crop circle memorabilia. 

7.30 pm: Doors open
8.00 pm: Philiipe Ullens: “Crop Circles from the Air”
coronation hall door8.20 pm: Randell: “Stamps to Samsara”
8.40 pm: Michael Glickman: “Bearing false Witness”
9.00 pm: Tea/Coffee Break
9.30 pm: Lucy Pringle: “Facts and Frequencies”
9.50 pm: James Hussey: “A Farmer’s Perspective”
10.10 pm: Gary King: “Cards on the Table”
10.30 pm: End
11.00 pm: Coronation Hall closes


Philippe Ullens, Crop Circle photographer and owner of The Henge Shop, Avebury
Phillipe, born in Belgium has been an art dealer for many years and he has had his own art gallery in Brussels. Needless to say he has a clear eye for beauty. That may have made him notice the crop circles to begin with. Nowadays he is the owner of the Henge Shop in Avebury and he spends as much time as he can making aerials of Crop Circles. In 2013 he published a book “Crop Circles, Beauty and Soul” featuring many of his great pictures. 
More info about the Henge Shop can be found at the website: 

Presentation: “Crop Circles from the Air”
Philippe is a regular at the Yatesbury Airstrip and a good friend of the renowned crop circle pilot Tony Hughes. Philippe has many stories to tell about his adventures as a crop circle aerial photographer. And of course he will share many of his great pictures.

Randell, Crop Circle researcher and visual artist
As a Dutch artist, activist and aware dreamer, Randell has been an inspirer most of his life. Although he studied the crop circle phenomenon long before 2007, only since then, he appeared physically in the fields every year. 
More info about Randell can be found at his website:

Presentation: Stamps to Samsara 
With the primary focus on decoding or translating the language of crop formations, Randell will guide us through original, eye-opening and mind-blowing finds. As it seems to help us get out of the world of illusions.

Michael Glickman, Crop Circle researcher and geometrist

“After more than twenty years of focused involvement with the crop circles I am delighted to confess that I do not know what is going on here. I have many ideas, hypotheses and speculations but I realise (and perhaps this is the charm of this phenomenon) that they are all hollow! Anyone who claims “to know”, anyone who professes “certainties”, is either a fool or a liar.”
More info about Michael Glickman can be found at his website:

Presentation: “Bearing false Witness”
Having devoted the last 27 years of my life bewildered by the study of this radiant and unexplainable phenomenon I am even more bewildered by the ease with which apparently sensible people swallow obvious lies.

Lucy Pringle, Crop Circle researcher and photographer
Lucy Pringle is Founding member of the Centre for Crop Circle Studies. She is an international authority on the subject and the pioneer researcher into the effects of electromagnetic fields on living systems. This includes the physiological and psychological effects reported by people after visiting or being in the vicinity of a crop formation. Also animal behaviour, remote effects, luminosities, mechanical failures and audio effects. Her research shows measured changes in the human hormones following short exposure to the circles, also changes in brain activity. More info about Lucy Pringle can be found at her website:

Presentation “Facts and Frequencies”
In her talk, Lucy will elaborate on her vast body of research of over 20 years.

James Hussey, Farmer of the fields around famous Hackpen Hill
James Hussey is one of the few farmers in Wiltshire that still allows visitors on his land whenever there is a crop circle. As crop cricle enthousiasts we welcome that very much. Not too much trouble to pay him a little fee that he donates to the Brighter Futures Charity, that is very close to his heart. Learn more about Brighter Futures here: 

Presentation “A Farmer’s Perspective”
In his presentation, James Hussey will elaborate on the upsides and downsides of having crop circles and large amaounts of tourists on his land. He will also talk about Brighter Futures and why he wants to donate the money he receives from visitors to this charity.

Gary King, Crop Circle researcher, involved in the filming of the 7-7-7 event.
Gary began researching the crop circle phenomenon in 1997. He first came to the publics attention after having been one of the three witnesses present at the East Field formation on the 7th July 2007. Since then he has lectured both nationally and internationally, and featured in numerous TV productions regarding the phenomena.

Presentation: “Cards on the Table”
Humanity is at a crossroads. Its plain for everyone to see that our current political and economic systems are crumbling. With the media constantly informing us of the threats we all face, from environmental disaster to all out global war, it seems that humanity is on a runway train, speeding toward the edge. We need to change, but such a change can’t be forced upon us from outside, as creatures possessing free will, it’s entirely down to us. To do this we must first understand where are, and how we got here. Looking at formations from the early years and moving through to the present day, Gary will show that the crop circle symbols, together with the context of the land where they appear, are literally laying humanities collective history before us, just like cards on the table.

Lucy Pringle

Annemieke Witteveen

Michael Glickman

Have a look at our video page to see some of the lectures in 2015/2016

Or see the pictures of the 2016 Night of Crop Circling or the 2015 Night of Crop Circling

Date: Wednesday August 2nd, 2017
Location: Coronation Hall, Alton Barnes, Wiltshire UK SN8 4LB
Close to the Milk Hill White Horse
Tickets only at the door, £ 10,– p.p, no reservations needed
Coffee or tea £ 1,–

“Goddess Sekhmet, The Sacred Journey” 19th to 26th October 2017

This Journey is organized by Petra and Annemarie Veltman from 19th to 26th of October 2017 in Egypt with special guest Nancy Polet. If you resonate with Goddess Sekhmet and her powerful energy, this Journey is for you! 
Register by sending an email to: 



Day 1 (Thursday 19th October): Arrival Day

Arrival at Cairo airport & transfer to Mercure Sphinx Hotel, Gizeh

21.00pm We gather for our Introductory Group Meeting, to begin making our connections with each other and to set the energy for our journey

Day 2 (Friday 20th October): Ancient City Of Memphis, Saqqara Pyramids, Lecture Nancy Polet

8.00am After breakfast, we will visit the Ancient city of Memphis, the city of God Ptah (Triad of Memphis) and the capital of the Old Kingdom, Open Air Museum and the Colossal statue of King Ramses II. We will proceed to visit one of the most important sacred areas in the Band of Peace – Saqqara

13.00pm Lunch at a beautiful local restaurant tasting the flavours of Egyptian cuisine

16.00pm Lecture “When Sekhmet Becomes Alive” by Nancy Polet at Sphinx Mercure Hotel


18.30pm Diner at the Hotel and enjoy a free evening or

*Optional Sound & Light show at the Pyramids and Sphinx

Day 3 (Saturday 21st October): Egyptian Museum, Pyramids of Gizeh, Workshop ‘Elixer’ at Gizeh

08.00am After breakfast we will depart to visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities that houses a magnificent collection of Pharaonic antiquities, golden treasures of Tut Ankh Amun and statues of Sekhmet

12 noon Visit to Pyramids of Gizeh, we’ll go inside Cheops

14.00pm Lunch at a Restaurant, overlooking Gizeh plateau

16.00pm We arrive at The Perfume Palace where we’ll have a workshop to make a group “Elixer” to guide us during our sacred journey

7.30pm Diner at the Hotel and evening free

Day 4 (Sunday 22nd October): Departure to Luxor

07.30am After breakfast Departure to the airport for Luxor

10.45am Flight to Luxor and check in at the Mercure Karnak Hotel. Grounding in the garden along the River Nile

13.00pm Lunch at a  Restaurant in Luxor

15.00pm Departure to Luxor Temple, one of the most important temples of Ancient Egypt and we’ll connect with its ancient energies

19.30pm Diner in Hotel and Group Sharing Circle

Day 5 (Monday 23rd October): East Bank Karnak Temple

08.30am After breakfast, we will visit the Karnak Temple, Sekhmet’s Shrine, Open Air Museum and the Door of the Seven Heavens


1.30pm Lunch in the city  

Optional in the afternoon: Return to Karnak Complex where you have free time till we meet at the Sacred Lake at 4pm for group gathering or we depart back to our hotel and integrate the powerful ‘Sekhem’ energy

19.00pm Diner in the Hotel. Evening free or

*Optional Sound & Light show at Karnak temple

Day 6 (Tuesday 24th October): East Bank: “Mut Precinct and Sacred Lake and Luxor Museum” 

08.30am After breakfast we go to Mut Precinct with it’s Sacred Lake  

Mut is the consort of Amun-Ra, the male Neter to whom Karnak is dedicated. She is the quintessence of the Divine Feminine, the Mother. Intimately connected with Sekhmet; it’s possible that in the very ancient past, they were one and the same. We’ll have time to wander among the many powerfully palpable statues of Mut


11.30am Luxor Museum

13.30pm Lunch in the city

3.30pm Visit the Souq, enjoy a drink at one of the local pubs

18.30pm Diner in the Hotel

20.00pm Lecture “Sekhmet’s Statues Unearthed” by Annemarie Veltman in the Mercure Karnak Hotel, the story of many Sekhmet’s statues found at the Great Funerary Temple of Amenhotep III   

Day 7 (Wednesday 25th October): West Bank: Colossi of Memnon, Medinat Habu Temple (optional Valley of the Kings/Queens – Hatshepsut)

08.00am Breakfast at hotel and we depart for the West Bank and stop at the Colossi of Memnon where two huge statues are one of the few remaining items of the great funerary temple of Amenhotep III. Recent excavations at the site have also unearthed many Sekhmet Statues


10.00am Visit to Medinat Habu Temple

*Optional sightseeings for the day at the West Bank:

The Valley of The Kings the richest and most fascinating ancient tombs in Egypt. This was the burial site of the kings from the New Kingdom. We can visit some royal tombs in the area

13.00pm Lunch at West Bank

Afternoon, visit to Der El Bahri Temple of Queen Hatshepsut that was constructed during the reign of the 18th dynasty by Queen Hatshepsut, one of the greatest rulers of Egypt. The Temple is carved out of one of the great mountains of Thebes

18.00 Back to the Hotel for Diner. Evening free

Day 08 (Thursday 26th October): Departure to Cairo

09.00am After breakfast we depart to Luxor airport for our departure to Cairo

12.25pm Flight to Cairo

13.30pm arrival at Le Passage Hotel. Check-in for 1 night on BB basis and integration day

Day 9 (Friday 27th October): Departure back home


The total package price p.p. in a double room Euro 1295,- and a single room Euro 1450,-

It is possible to pay in US$ or in Pound Sterling and to book extra nights before and after the trip. State your preference on the registration form

* This program is subject to change due to conditions beyond our control

The tour includes:

  • All 5-star hotels as mentioned in the program: 03 nights Mercure Sphinx Hotel in Cairo,1 night BB and 2 nights HB, 04 nights Mercure Karnak Hotel in Luxor HB, 01 night Le Passage Hotel in Cairo BB.
    All rooms are equipped with coffee tray facilities
  • All lunches during the tour except for 19th and 26th October
  • All transportation by bus, transfers upon arrival and departure and domestic flights Cairo-Luxor-Cairo by air-conditioned tourism vehicle
    (Free shuttle bus from Le Passage Hotel to the airport on 27th October available)
  • All site entrance fees and the workshop fees as mentioned in the program and our guide will assist during the entire tour
  • Domestic tickets from Cairo/Luxor/Cairo
  • Meet and assist at the airport upon arrivals and departures for international and domestic flights including baggage handling at airport and hotels
    Be advised that we will have one group transfer from the airport to the hotel on the 19th arrival date. If your flight is not at the specific time of our group transfer, please notify and arrangement can be made for a private transfer to your hotel (at extra cost)

Special Highlights:

  • English-speaking Egyptologist Tour Guide
  • Presentation by Nancy Polet “When Sekhmet Becomes Alive”
  • Presentation by Annemarie Veltman “Sekhmet Statues Unearthed”
  • ‘Sekhmet Elixer’ Workshop at Perfume Palace
  • Meditations at Sacred Sites

Optional Tours: Sound & Light Show at the Pyramids, Gizeh and Sound & Light Show at Luxor Karnak Temple, Valley of the Kings/Queens and Hatshepsut Temple

Not included:

  • Roundtrip international airfare to Cairo, Egypt
  • Travel & Health Insurance
  • Egypt Tourist Visa, available upon arrival at the airport at Bank desk before entering passport control. Passport must be valid for 6 months after the date of the tour
  • Your contribution of Euro 50,- p.p. for tips for the entire tour. People who assist the group during the tour, will be provided with a tip, plus tips for meditations at sacred sites
  • Lunch meals not included on the 19th and 26th of October
  • Bottled water and drinks during the day and during lunch and diner
  • Extra services or items not mentioned (laundry, internet, telephone bills, minibar)
  • Extra sites or mileage not mentioned
  • Optional tours plus transport and entrance fees
  • Personal expenses (souvenirs etc.)
To register for this trip and any other enquiries related to this trip, contact  Annemarie


Zaterdag 9 september 2017, Roeland Beljon: “Graancirkels, Wonder of Verwondering?” (Breda)

Roeland Beljon studeerde sociologie en is werkzaam op het gebied van mobiliteitsmanagement en milieu. In 1994 ontdekte hij met zijn partner Nancy Polet de graancirkels. Sindsdien zijn zij samen op cirkeljacht. In 1995 werden zij lid van het Dutch Centre for Crop Cirlce Studies, dat in dat jaar werd opgericht door Herman Hegge. Sinds 2011 is Roeland de voorzitter van deze groep, die nu Graancirkelwerkgroep Nederlanden heet.

In de loop der jaren veranderde zijn kijk op het fenomeen, maar de overtuiging dat er een fenomeen is bleef altijd bestaan. Roeland droeg bij aan verschillende onderzoeken naar de herkomst van graancirkels en dat leverde hem een aantal belangrijke inzichten op. Naast natuurlijk de observaties die hij zelf in de graanvelden deed en in het graancirkel wereldje zowel in Nederland als in Engeland. Roeland en Nancy reizen nog steeds elke zomer naar het Engelse graafschap Wiltshire om van het graancirkel fenomeen te genieten. Sinds enkele jaren organiseren zij daar met succes de “Night of Crop Circling”. Eén van de weinige evenementen ter wereld die uitsluitend om graancirkels draaien. Roeland wordt tegenwoordig ook buiten onze landsgrenzen gevraagd om zijn verhaal te vertellen, zoals op het Glastonbury Symposium in juli dit jaar en voor het Duitse tijdschrift Omnia, dat momenteel in de winkels ligt.

In de lezing zal Roeland eerst een overzicht tonen van de graancirkels van 2017. Vervolgens gaat hij aan de hand van verschillende anekdotes in op de zoektocht die hij samen met Nancy Polet heeft doorgemaakt sinds 1994. In dit levendige verhaal komt aan de orde hoe graancirkelonderzoek in de jaren 90 in zijn werk ging en hoe dat is veranderd in de loop der jaren, hoe je interactie met het fenomeen kunt hebben en veel plezier aan graancirkels kunt beleven. Ook komen enkele theorieën aan de orde over de mogelijke herkomst van graancirkels. Tenslotte zal Roeland zijn conclusies presenteren na 23 jaar “graancirkelen”.

14.30 uur: ontvangst
15.00 uur: lezing deel I
16.00 uur: pauze
16.30 uur: lezing deel II
17.30 uur: borrel 

Aanmelden voor deze lezing kan via het contactformulier of door een mail te sturen naar onder vermelding van “Roeland Beljon”. De kosten bedragen € 17,50 per persoon in de voorverkoop. Aan de zaal is de prijs € 20,–. De aanmelding is definitief nadat de betaling is ontvangen. Je kunt € 17,50 overmaken op NL78 ABNA 0467074526 t.n.v. R.J. Beljon (BIC code: ABNANL2A).

Voor studenten en jongeren tot 20 jaar is de toegang € 9,– in de voorverkoop en € 10,– aan de zaal op vertoon van identiteitskaart of studentenkaart. Stuur een scan van de kaart mee met de aanmelding.

De kapel van de Sacramentskerk
Zandberglaan 58
4818 GL Breda
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