- Saturday, April 24th 2021 “Barbury Castle at 30: Circular Memories from a Forgotten Future” Lecture by Simon Miles (Via Zoom)
Nights of Crop Circling, The Long Versions, featuring Simon Miles
For the past 6 years, we have been doing “A Night of Crop Circling” in the middle of the crop cirlcle season. Every time we had 6 speakers that could do a talk of just 20 minutes. Now, in these dark times we decided to lighten life up a bit by giving these speakers the chance to do a full lecture. Crop Circles are a welcome distraction from the madness of the world we live in. A few years back Simon Miles gave a mindblowing talk on the crop circles surrounding Barbury Castle in just 20 minutes. Now he has a whole evening for his lecture, prepare to be blown away.
Crop Circles, 30 years on
This year is the 30th anniversary of the appearance of the 1991 Barbury Castle crop circle, an event which marked a major turning point in the evolution of the phenomena. In this talk, Simon Miles takes a deep-dive into circle lore, with a particular focus on the extraordinary circumstances surrounding this seminal design. His unique analysis of the Barbury Castle glyph shows that it was part of a fascinating sequence of closely-related circles extending over decades, a result with far-reaching implications for understanding the origins and purpose of the mystery. Including materials never before shared in public, this presentation will change the way you view the topic no matter what your perspective. Guaranteed to be controversial, thought-provoking and entertaining, this is a talk not to be missed.
Simon Miles is an independent researcher and writer living in the UK. He has been observing the crop circle phenomenon for more than 30 years. His debut giving lectures about crop circles was at the Bases Conference in 2015 in Marlborough Wiltshire UK. This talk featuring several crop circles that appeared around Barbury Castle was utterly amazing. In 2016 Simon gave a short version of this talk at our Night of Crop Circling in Alton Barnes. The audience was blown away.Programme (CET, Central European Time, Amsterdam)
7.40 pm CET: zoom meeting opens
8.00 pm CET: start
9.30 pm CET: questions
10.00 pm CET: zoom meeting endsRegistration
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