Endless Knot Crop Circle Pattern Appears Overnight

Endless Knot Crop Circle, Daily Mail

I’m still not sure what to make of the crop circle enigma. Human invention? Alien interaction? Mother Earth crying out? Who knows? From the Daily Mail:

This is the latest intricate crop circle to appear overnight in a British wheat field. The mysterious pattern resembles the ancient Tibetan Buddhist symbol of an ‘endless knot’: a complex loop of lines and circles used to illustrate the eternal flow of time. The symbol has many meanings but because it has no beginning and no end, many people who follow the religion say it represents the wisdom of Buddha.

Read more at The Daily Mail.

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  • Jesus Borg

    My Theory is that various People become enlightened on an individual level, but then the world is still all fucked up. So they got together, these people with their shit together and decided to work behind the scenes to bring everyone else on board. They are very powerful and technologically advanced and kind of invisible. They basically have the ability to create Utopia if it were just them and not all the rest of us fucktards living here on Earth.

    So they make crop circles and shit. Kind of the way Jesus used parables. It speaks to the spirit and bypasses the ego.

    • crazywiththecrystals

      sure seems to be ineffective, if that were the case

      • Jesus Borg

         Because the Whole World is not enlightened yet? Right, well…I mean what would you do? I think crop circles are kind of like what Banksy does. Seem like a cool thing to do, why not? Maybe its a bunch of creative geniuses at DARPA that are really into ZEN.

        But probably they are British. Since all the best ones are there.

  • http://buzzcoastin.posterous.com BuzzCoastin

    if we can’t figure out where the $2 trillion that Rumsfeld lost in a Pentagon sofa is
    or how Building 7 collapsed
    how are we gonna figure out crop circles?

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  • http://twitter.com/eminduction Ananth

    This pattern is known to all South Indians. In a traditional Hindu family we are supposed to draw ‘Rangoli’ in front of our houses everyday in the morning. This is one such drawing we all are aware. I think I still have a book in which I drew this pattern (learnt from others) in my childhood