Wednesday July 27, 2016. “A Night of Crop Circling”

After the success of the “Night of Crop Circling” last summer, we decided to do it again in the summer of 2016. Like last time it will be a series of 6 short lectures on various crop circle related topics. We are happy to have found six new speakers with a profound interest and background in crop circling. There will also be stalls with crop circle books, jewelry and other crop circle memorabilia. 

7.30 pm: Doors open
8.00 pm: Frank Laumen (Slide show)
coronation hall door8.20 pm: Roeland Beljon
8.40 pm: Busty Taylor
9.00 pm: Tea/Coffee Break
9.30 pm: Annemieke Witteveen
9.50 pm: Simon Miles
10.10 pm: Prof. J. Paul de Vierville
10.30 pm: End
11.00 pm: Coronation Hall closes

1000011_646470945364460_96247742_nFrank Laumen (D)
Frank is one of the leading photographers in the field of crop circles and ancient sites. He also specializes in photographs of illuminated buildings around the world. Frank got involved in the phenomenon in 1997 when he first visited Wiltshire and he has been back every summer since. He will start the Night of Crop Circling with a stunning slide show to set the mood.

Roeland Coronation HallRoeland Beljon (NL) “Crop circles, the chase goes on”
Roeland has been visiting Wiltshire and the Crop Circles together with his partner Nancy Polet since 1994. In these years they have experienced some remarkable events, both in the UK and the Netherlands. He will share some of them tonight. Back home in the Netherlands, Roeland is chairman of the Dutch Centre for Crop Circle Studies, in Dutch: Graancirkelwerkgroep Nederlanden.

Busty Taylor Barge InnBusty Taylor (UK)
Busty is one of the first crop circle researchers ever, being involved in the phenomenon since 1985. He was one of the leading crop circle researchers and photographers all during the nineties when the phenomenon was at it’s peak. He was a central member of the Centre for Crop Cirlce Studies. Through the years he developed his own unique view on crop circles that might be surprising to some of us. Busty also studied the ufo phenomenon. Nowadays his main interest is ancient sites.

Miek09cAnnemieke Witteveen (NL)
“The message of the Goddess”

Annemieke got involved in crop circles in 2002 after reading a book about crop circles by Janet Ossebaard. In 2003 she went to Wiltshire on her own and soaked herself in the phenomenon. Annemieke is well known for her Antroposophical dolls, filled with the seeds from crop circles. Annemieke wrote a children’s book that revolves around crop circles. She has a vast experience visiting crop circles and has many stories to tell.

Simon Miles (2) vierkant

Simon Miles (UK)
The Barbury Castle Crop Circle Sequence 1991-2008″
Simon Miles, originally from Australia, has been fascinated by the mystery of crop circles since the late 1980s, but only went public with his research in 2015 with a presentation at the Bases Conference in Wiltshire in August. This fascinating talk has attracted very positive reactions from foremost investigators including Colin Andrews. Simon has uncovered deep connections between the geometry of key crop circles clustered around Barbury Castle which point to the involvement of higher mind in the creation of these designs, regardless of whether or not the circles involved were man-made. This is highly original and unique material which has the potential to open up an entirely new discussion on the origin of the phenomenon.
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1dc00feProf. J. Paul de Vierville Ph.D. (CA)
Conscious and Unconscious Crop Circling…Watching Psyche in the Field Formations…”
Dr. De Vierville is Professor Emeritus of The Humanities, History and Interdisciplinary Studies at St. Philips College, Texas. His teaching interests and research experience is in cultural history with a special concentration on spa cultures, civilizations and the new cosmology. He has been a crop circle researcher for over ten years and a familiar face in the crop circle community in Wiltshire. Dr. De Vierville is especially interested in the symbols and their effect on our (un)consciousness.

Your hosts for the evening: Roeland Beljon and Nancy Polet
Roeland en Nancy

Date: Wednesday july 27, 2016
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,–

Videos and photos
For some video footage of the “Night of Crop Circling” last summer, see our video page:
And photos: