With the reaction of the French government to go to war, two days after the Friday 13th Paris attacks, one must immediately wonder how this is not suspicious, as how much investigation really occurred to truly identify the perpetrators of this horrific, yet questionable event?
Christopher Knight co-authored several books with Robert Lomas; the most famous would be The Hiram Key an investigation into the mystical roots of Freemasonry and Christianity. In his book Who Built The Moon Knight moves into perhaps even more controversial territory along with his current co-author Alan Butler an expert in astrology and astronomy.
“Suddenly, I heard a noise. It seemed as if something pushed down the wheat. That night the air was completely still. I looked around. The moon had just appeared, shining brightly. In front of my eyes I could see a great imprint taking shape. The wheat was forced down in a clockwise direction.” -Bryce Bond and Arthur Shuttlewood, first modern crop circles witnesses, Warminster, night of August 12, 1972
Along with a great documentary ‘Crop Circles- Quest for the Truth’, a very thorough and detailed article by Freddy Silva explaining the crop circle phenomenon up to the year 2005.
Surrounding us in our day-to-day lives are mysteries, that to spend our days pondering would paralyze us from leading productive lives. So we turn away from these thoughts in order to seek out as trouble free an existence as we can. Then there are those who have made it their business to explore and expose these mysteries; to remind us of what we already know on some deep subconscious level that things are rarely what they seem on the surface. Bill Copper was such a man.