Another Dutch crop formation, spot-on predicted
by Robbert v/d Broeke (who showed me a sketch Saturday night on
Skype of what a new cc in corn, which he felt was “coming soon"
would look like) has now arrived, 3 nights later. It’s in
full-grown 2.5+meter-tll maize (corn) which is easily an inch+
thick, swirled in a lovely “Horseshoe” arc:
Date: September 3, 2014
Location: Hoeven, Holland
Crop: Maize (full-grown)
Diagram: Roy Boschman
Photos: Yvonne & Roy Boschman
On Saturday night, August 30th Robbert v/d Broeke and I were on
Skype. Just after midnight he suddenly said “I think another
circle’s coming, in maize…I see it in my head.” I asked him to draw
what he “saw,” more now as a matter of routine than because I have
much doubt he could be mistaken. As he noted on his drawing, it was
just 6:00am, August 31st in Holland.
On the night of September 2-3, Roy was at
Robbert’s apartment. The “restless” feeling Robbert always get
before new circles appear had been building up when, sometime close
to midnight, he saw the same horseshoe-shape in his “mind’s eye,”
this time made out of lights, followed by the flash of a light-ball
over a field as the crop circle actually formed. He also “saw” the
exact field where the new formation would be.
Shortly after midnight, September 3rd, Roy drove
Robbert to the field and as they arrived Robbert saw what he
describes as a “pulsating tunnel” in the sky over the field, so he
knew exactly where to go. This formation is fairly deep into the
field and, since it had been raining for days and the maize is
full-grown now, both men got soaked.
The farmers here are both about 6 ft. tall so you
can see the height of the plants; also notice well-developed cobs
everywhere and stalks along the edge flattened with their root-balls
pulled out of the soil. This farmer did allow visitors to a maize
formation in his fields in 2013, so he may decide to allow visitors
again—watch Robbert’s website for details.
Robbert said that as they got closer he could
feel the “energy” pulling him in the right direction and that, in
this case, it felt very “gentle and sweet, like a temple.” Because
of the rain the last few days the ground was damp and with their
torch they could see no mud on the flattened corn or any footprints
(other than their own) in the soft soil as they reached the arc.
They could also see that many of the thick stalks were absolutely
bent over at the base, just above the root-ball—and that other
plants were snapped or split slightly at or just above the
root-balls and in many cases the brace-roots had been pulled (with
the stalk intact) right out of the soil.
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