It’s a pleasure to greet you all. My name
is Yohanan Díaz Vargas.
I am a Jaime Maussan’s Tercer Milenio TV
website reporter. The reason to contact you is that we
understand that you have been following the events of
Crop Circles around the world, and we want to establish
links to participate in an exchange of news, images,
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Crop Circles in México
Yohanan Díaz Vargas, @yohanandiaz
The 2012 Crop Circles season has begun in
Mexico with an amazing design, including triangles,
circles and half moons.
This is so far, the most impressive crop
circle know to us in Mexico.
This event was reported on last Sunday
September 23rd morning to our staff during our Tercer
Milenio show, and to me through a call to my cell pone
by the El Llano, Tlapanaloya inhabitants at Tequixquiac
municipality, a rural área, one hour and a half drive
north of Mexico City.
The Crop Circle was embossed over an oat
field; they assured us that the image was not fabricated
by them, and they don’t know who made it.
We inmediately went to see for
An impressive Crop Circle.
The Crop Circle consists of an internal
central circle that measures 10.20 meters and on its
north and south poles has half moons (or ‘’hatchets’’,
as the locals defined it) that measures 24 meters each;
east and west we find two circles that are 7.60 and 6.50
at a distance from the center of 3.50 and 7.30 meters,
ergo, the image is not simetrical. All this surrounded
by a a bigger circle of one meter width with the spikes
bent counterclockwise and of 25.40 meter radius; that is
tos say that this part is 50.80 meters wide. But
surrounding all these elements there are 16 triangles
evenly distributed that measure 3.10 by 4.70 meters each
one. The whole Crop Circle occupied an área of 60.20
The formation was laid on two properties,
Adolfo Perez’ and José Luis Cordero’s, both measuring
1.25 hectare and both sown with oat, that is used for
cattle feeding. Together they lost about Mex$6,000.
Seven Thousand people visited the Crop
This formation presented a peculiar weave
in the crushing of the crop, and we must point out to
the fact that no single stem was broken, they were just
bent, still alive, something that surprised the farmers
because they had not seen anything like this before.
We questioned the owners of the field, if
they thought the formation was made by animals, water
runoff, or a prankster that wanted some attention. They
adamantly said: ‘’No, no; we don’t want to fool people,
this thing just appeared here overnight, we don’t know
who made it. And even more, we lost the money invested
in the crop. Who is going top pay for that?’’ They were
worried more about gathering some money to buy seees for
the next season.
To date, more tan 7,000 people have come
to see the Crop Circle from nearby towns and from the
neighboring states of Hidalgo and Queretaro. When we
flew over the formation, we noticed the damage caused by
the curious visitors and many took soil, plants, or
stones as souvenirs of the ‘’alien message’’ as some
referred to the design.