Gary R. Plapp the Dowser’s look at Crop Circles (The Images) 2010 Is it all True Series #153

I recently spent a delightful Saturday afternoon with a great group of people – the dowser group of Los Lunas, New Mexico. It was Gary’s annual look at the crop from the Circle Makers (2010). He started the show with a brief review of the 2009 crop, set to music (Zenn Rabbit) – very cool.
Like Gary says, this is a look at the crop circles from a Gary perspective; dowsers can feel the powerful energy that comes from seeing these amazing beautiful images. This year worldwide there were about 100 circles, 60% in southern England and 40% in the rest of the world, with the majority of those being in Italy and Germany. And guess what? Zero in the USA. According to Gary there is too much dark and dangerous energy here (in the USA) for the Circle Makers to deal with. And I totally agree.
Many feel the group of dimensional beings called Arcturians are responsible for the Circles, which are right brain teaching tools. One look at a circle and you are learning a lot through your right brain.
The Circle themes varied this year; three themes dominating were one, “all seeing eye,” two, a look into a new world, and three, it’s all about multi-dimensional worlds (3D). The first recorded circle (image) this year was a symbol looking very much like a Star Wars Galactic Federation symbol. And guess what? The same symbol appeared in the final Crop Image.
I am now using the words Crop Images because there are only a few true circles in the images now days—they are every year getting more and more complex.
Gary and others who have visited the crop images have made another interesting observation that a Crop Image is a life form; it (the image in the crop) watches its visitors and records their life force. These Images are the Arcturians’ dimensional gateways – to further our wisdom and human growth.
Crop Images are the smoking guns the world agrees to ignore every year. But maybe they are only for the few that can handle their truths.
Sleep tight; the mysteries of life go on.