Frequent in the United Kingdom,
crop circles, geometric figures drawn in cereal fields, are appearing in
France. A farmer of Condé-sur-Vire discovered in one of his parcels on
June 12 or 13, 2019, in Torigni-sur-Vire (new town of Torigny-les-Villes).
According to a Facebook page "Crop
Circles-UFO's Ancient Mysteries-Scientific Speculations" which lists these
phenomena, a series has been running in France for a few weeks in June
Some see the arrival of
extraterrestrials, others divine forces. We will be satisfied with the
hypothesis of artists who intervene at night to indulge in land art. The
cereals are not cut but just lying down. It is enough "to use a pole and
ropes (sort of giant compass) to form the circles. The crescents of the
moon are certainly more difficult to draw but it is still technically
This hypothesis of land art is
that largely favoured by Thomas Frémond, farmer in Condé-sur-Vire, who
made the discovery on Wednesday 12 or Thursday 13 June:
Initially, I thought it was the
wind or the rain that had laid the grain. It is by going to see more
closely that I saw the geometric forms. I asked a little around. Nobody
saw or heard anything.
There are also no traces of inputs or
outputs in the field. But the person or persons who introduced themselves
were able to borrow the tractor passages already existing. The only
drawback is that the coated grains are no longer harvestable. But the
Manchurian farmer does not make it a cheese:
The drawing is at least fifty
meters but the loss is not huge. I am not insured but I did not go to see
the gendarmes to file a complaint. They have something else to do. "
On the contrary, the farmer takes
rather the thing to the fun:
In the region, we never saw that.
I think it's a good joke. The shapes are pretty to see. It amuses me
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Aerial photo! Markus Aurel draws our attention to this aerial photo
of the intriguing crop circle was
discovered on Friday, June 14, 2019 in a wheat field in
Giéville (Manche), south of Saint Lô, Normandy, France.
UNUSUAL. Near Saint-Lô, a mysterious "crop circle" drawn in a wheat field
A farmer from Torigny-les-Villes, near Saint-Lô (Manche), made a curious
discovery: imposing geometric shapes drawn in his wheat field. Plaisanterie
very human or supernatural intervention, the mystery remains whole.
The grower just wanted to check the condition of his wheat after the
storms that crossed the Channel last week .No
hail on the horizon, but curious cut-outs in its well-planted field, along
the N174, between Guilberville and Saint-Lô, near Torigny-les-Villes. It
takes a little height to realize the magnitude of the reason.
Over a good forty meters, the wheat has been lying, revealing geometric
shapes very clear. A drawing that can be described as a crop
curious creations are rarely claimed by their authors.
"I do not know who did this," the
farmer wonders, preferring to remain anonymous.There
are some who talk about
extraterrestrials or a source of energy. Me, I think it's a bunch of
fun. What is certain is that it took them a long time. In the meantime,
it's a real loss of wheat. "
Normandy does not want to be left out of the outburst
of crop circles being reported in France! Markus Aurel reports to us
that a crop circle was discovered on Friday, June 14, 2019 in a wheat
field in Giéville (Manche), south of Saint Lô, Normandy, France.
Channel: the mysterious appearance of a crop circle in a wheat field
Who is at the origin of this motif discovered Friday, June 14, 2019 in
Giéville (Manche)? The mystery remains whole. -
Large geometric patterns - also called "crop circles" - were discovered
on Friday, June 14, 2019 in a wheat field in Giéville (Manche), south of
Saint-Lô. Is the origin natural, human, even extraterrestrial? The
mystery, for the time being, remains whole.
Friday, June 14, 2019, walkers discovered a "crop
a "circle of culture" in a wheat field inGiéville (Manche),
south of Saint-Lô, not far from the roundabout of the Test Road in
Torigni.This is a vast geometric pattern formed by the
spikes lying down.
Who could realize these reasons? Some will look at a phenomenon of
natural origin: whirlwind, lightning, magnetic field ... But the
sophistication of the geometric patterns thus appeared raises
questions. Could men be at the origin of these reasons?
Others advance an alternative theory, asserting that these motives
would have an origin The alternative theory advanced by the amateurs
aims rather a different origin. Maybe extraterrestrial? Making figures
in cereal fields without an intrusion mark remains a
one of the walkers who discovered this crop circle leans towards the