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Can Bulgarians Decode Norway’s Aerial Crop Circle?

As Aaron often reminds us (owing to his daring buy-the-world-a-Pepsi bet), November 27 didn’t turn out to be the Day of Disclosure. Or so we’ve been led to believe.

But what about the blue sky spiral that redefined Norway’s Midnight Sun? True, it happened in December. Sure, they say its was caused by a Russian rocket gone awry, but take another look and tell me it’s not the aerial manifestation of a crop circle. And who just cracked the crop-circle code?

On or about November 27, it was widely reported that Prof. Lachezar Georgiev Filipov, Deputy Director of the Bulgarian Space Research Institute, was claiming that ETs are real and are answering questions via crop circles .

Careful googling in the ensuing days and now weeks found no follow-up stories. Really? Not one of those newspapers or online sites wanted to know what the alien crop circles were saying? Certainly MU listeners wanted to know if only to demand their Pepsi payment if the Bulgarian claim could pass muster as disclosure.

So, here’s the rest of the story : You’ll find the questions posed by the Bulgarian scientists to the ETs as well as the interpretation of their responses as decoded by The Bulgarian writer Mariana Vezneva:

…an architect, phenomenon and supersensory explorer, a correspondent-member of the International Academy of Informatization at UNO is the first and only one in the world who has managed to reveal the messages in the crop circles and to establish a connection with their creators..

Mariana also has a new book, and I’m betting (although no Pepsi will be offered if I’m wrong) that she also has a boyfriend at the Bulgarian Space Institute.

Thanks to an Above Top Secret forum member who wrote to Filipov, we see he has attempted to distance the Space Institute from the crop circle “research”:

BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
SPACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Dear Sir Woods,

Thank you for your interest regarding the prematurely published article in Novinar Daily and Sofia Echo. Firstly, I would like to clarify that SPACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE of BAS is not directly involved in the “Dialogue 2009” experiment, in which myself and my colleagues are currently taking part in.
This year, I had the opportunity of putting together a team of experts representing various scientific fields and walks of life. We worked together on a project based on the original work on our own Mrs M.Vezneva, a former architect and correspondence member of IAI. Mrs. Vezneva has two published books containing dictionaries of universal symbols language via which she states that pictograms may be interpreted. In her books, she engages in a dialogue regarding global issues with the crop circles “creators”. It is based on the universal symbols language, I.e. Pcychometry and telepathy.

The aim of the “Dialogue 2009” experiment is to carry out a similar dialogue regarding the use of the crop circles but using different participants. We believe that the crop circles are real existing formations from unexplained nature, and that they carry information from alien to us sources. We have already 36 participant replies which we are currently analyzing. Currently, there are facts confirming our initial hypothesis, mentioned above, however we will publish our final thoughts after careful consideration by all team members.

Please let me know if you’d like any further information or if you’d like to take part in “Dialogue 2010” experiment.

Thank you!

With kind regards,
Prof. Filipov

David Icke’s forum calls the whole thing Reptilian disinformation (but they also found have more stuff on crop circle “decoder” Mariana Vezneva that’s interesting background). For the rest of us, I doubt we’ll remember the Bulgarians as the revealers of First Contact, and maybe all Norway has to worry about are errant ICBM’s from Russia (which actually seems like a lot to worry about). But most important here at  MU is the bottom line, and  Aaron’s checkbook remains safe…at least for now.

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