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Scientist Decodes Crop Circles and Finds Alien Messages

Much pain but still time. Believe. There is good out there.
Beware the bearers of false gifts and their broken promises.
We oppose deception. Conduit closing.

A molecular biologist with a PhD in Chemistry from the California Institute of Technology (Calthech) claims he can decode crop circles and many of them contain messages from aliens and human time travelers. Before you yell “Hoax!”, he can also explain the differences between man-made (by today’s humans) crop circles and those made by aliens and time travelers.

Dr. Horace Drew grew up in Florida and says he saw a silver, windowless UFO there at age 10. After getting his PhD, he moved to Australia to work for Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO). He has been studying crop circles for 20 years and lectures on them frequently, including last week at the March UFO & Paranormal Research Society of Australia (UFO-PRSA) seminar in Sydney.

Drew has visited over 20 crop circle sites – he points out that they tend to be in Western or secularized counties (Japan, for example) but not in Australia. He admits that some are hoaxers but many others are not. After seeing them with his own eyes, Drew has determined that the circles contain an advanced form of binary coding and now claims he can break it down and has read a few of the messages.

Those messages are of two types, claims Drew. The ones from aliens are greetings from an advanced civilization that looks upon us the way we look upon animals. The binary code is a simple form of communication, like our whistles or bubbles are to dolphins. He believes they’re not interested in being taken to our leader.

They are ahead of us like we are ahead of the dolphins and the whales.

The crop circles made by time travelers from the future are not even for us, says Drew. He thinks they’re markers to help them identify time periods, but doesn’t know enough about space time physics to decode the messages.

There are definitely humans living there in about 5000 years with time travel capability. They’re coming back and flying all over Earth. They seem to just say ‘this is a certain day’ and mark it.

Future marker, alien message or artistic hoax?

When it comes to spotting hoax crop circles, Drew says to look for imperfections and sloppy work. Crops that are bent “halfway up” their stems instead of all the way to the ground are made by today’s human hoaxers. Aliens and time travelers are perfectionists with advanced circle-making technology.

(They use an) “unknown energy that heats the crops up. It’s like microwave energy but is something beyond earth’s science. It can pattern the wheat. If there’s a craft, it’s silent, noiseless.

Dr. Drew even offers some proof for the doubters.

Laboratory results on plant or soil samples taken from a crop circle in Brazil in October of 2016 show that it was formed by unknown sterilizing images.

Hard to believe? Drew blames world leaders for spreading the “hoax” stories because they fear the panic that would ensue if humans knew that aliens and time travelers were real and were sending messages.

Are crop circles really messages from aliens or time travelers? Wouldn’t such advanced civilizations or humans from the future want their greetings, advice or directions on how to get back stored on something a little more permanent?

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  • Jackie Martin

    So what’s the messages he can decode???

  • NavyVeteran

    I believe. Especially with all the evidence to prove that something on the molecular level has changed. Damage to the stalks is a tell tale sign. Ancient Aliens did a episode on Crop Circles and compared the physical evidence from a human made one to one that appeared overnight. The human made one looked similar except there was signs of human activity and the damage was different. The human made crop circle showed signs of scraping and stomping, whereas the real crop circle was complete without damage and the flowers weren’t sheered off.

  • Brad Johnson

    It would be easy to prove if he’s onto anything or not – publish his methodology and findings for peer review. (Of course, after that publication, it would be easy for humans to hoax coded messages, but if he can, in fact, detect alien workings from human attempts, then even that won’t be a problem to continue to receive future messages.)

  • Ghostdanser

    I’ll try to keep an open mind on it, but crop circles man-made vs. alien-made arguments always make me think of Ghostbusters (the original):

    Dr. Raymond Stantz: Symmetrical book stacking. Just like the Philadelphia mass turbulence of 1947.
    Dr. Peter Venkman: You’re right, no human being would stack books like this.