A) A dedicated crop circle researcher
I have studied the crop circles at least for 2 years.
I have visited more than 10 crop circles in England.
I have an elementary understanding of sacred geometry.
I am aware of the scientific research of crop circles and the
anomalies that have been found in some of them.
B) A crop circle enthusiast
I have followed the crop circle phenomenon for at least 2 years.
I have examined photos and/or videos of several crop circles AND/OR
visited a few formations.
I know the basic facts about crop circle research and people's
experiences in crop circles.
C) A crop circle artist (or hoaxer if you prefer)
I design and/or create crop formations myself.
D) An amateur
I don't know very much about crop circles.
I haven't visited any crop circles.
If you consider yourself as belonging to both group A) and C),
please select only C).
5. My approach to the crop circles is
I am only or primarily interested in the scientific research of
the phenomenon. I evaluate the authenticity of crop formations based
on the scientific findings.
I look at the crop circles from a spiritual viewpoint. I use my
intuition (at least to some extent) to evaluate the meaning or importance
of specific patterns. I try to make connections from the crop circles
to other spiritual information sources.
I attempt to look at the phenomenon from a balanced scientific/spiritual/critical/objective
viewpoint. I believe there is a way to logically combine the physical
and spiritual/emotional aspects of crop circles.
I don't believe there is anything paranormal about the crop circles.
They are a form of man-made art. There is no mystery.
E) None of the above
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Note that if you belong to group D), there is no point for you
to examine the crop circles on the following pages, because you
will automatically see all of them as man-made.