About An Hypothesis: The Transmission of a Crop Circle
This monograph was completed by ilyes just before she left for England's '96 CropCircle Season. It is a copyright work; please honour her efforts and do not print hard copies. Short sections of text may be excerpted for electronic transmission without further ado. Bound and signed colour copies of the monograph are available upon request.
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The entire 21,000-word, 17-colour-photo monograph will be serialised over the Winter and Spring. I'm not sure yet what the uploading intervals will be. Check in weekly to ensure that you don't miss any installments!
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the Monograph text: ©1996 ilyes
the colour Storyboard panels: ©1996 Peter Sorensen
the Sri Yantra graphic: ©1995 Patrick Flanagan
all other b&w Formation graphics: © Peter Sorensen
'Cowdown - tracks' photo: ©1995 Steve Alexander
2 colour photos of the West Stowell 'Galaxy' lays: ©1994 Ruben Uriarte
b&w Hungerford 'Turtle': ©1991 David Parker/Science Photo Library
Birling Gap graphic: ©1994 Barry Reynolds
all other aerial and lay photos: © ilyes
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Five Appendices are an integral part of the monograph. While it might be helpful to consult various of them during your reading, because of space constraints some will, of necessity, be included at the end of the serialisation; others will be posted on ilyes' HomePage on this website.
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