Update Thursday 19th September 2002
THE JOURNAL FOR CROP CIRCLE STUDIES
|Published by Global Circles. Editor: John
Consultants: Ann Brocklehurst, J.J.Evendon, John Haddington, Ron Hill, Ron Jones, Leonie Starr, Don Tuersley, Paul Vigay, George Wingfield.
|If straight facts, good diagrams and photographs, and
informative comment on the Crop Circle phenomenon are what you want, then "The
Cereologist" - founded in 1990 by John Michell and still the leading journal on the
subject - is what you need.
The ongoing puzzle of the origins and purpose of these impressions, swirled and laid flat in cereal crops (and other media) continues to fascinate us. The mystery still shows no sign of going away.
"The Cereologist" covers all aspects of the phenomenon, with articles from every viewpoint by leading writers and field researchers. It also explores allied phenomena such as the mysterious balls of light and UFOs sometimes seen in the vicinity of the circles and other sites.
The Cereologist" (the Journal for Crop Circle Studies) is published three times a year. Subscription rates: UK - £12.00, Europe (airmail) - £15.00, elsewhere (airmail) £18.00/US$35.00. (Payment by cheque or postal order.)
The principal articles making up Cereologist issue #34 Summer 2002 are:-
UK 1996 FORMATIONS BOOKLET
An A5 illustrated booklet of the 1996 crop formations in the UK is available at £5.00 (UK) and £6.00 (abroad), prices including p&p, from
(Sterling cheques/postal orders made payable to 'J. Sayer'.)