Monday, June 1, 2009

The Majesty and Mystery of Crop Circles

How do they get there and who makes them? Crop circles have been appearing in farmers' fields around the world for decades. From the air, they look like Leonardo DaVinci drawings of magical inventions, no two alike and a puzzle to those who find them.

John Root, naturalist, teacher, musician, and all-round Renaissance man in his own right, will speak at the library on Wednesday, June 10, at 7 pm. "The Majesty and Mystery of Crop Circles" is a slide show of these intriguing designs. Photographs of anatomical changes often observed in the plants and the intricately layered weaving of downed plants are presented as evidence of powerful and mysterious energies at work. Interpretation of these complex and captivating designs will also be discussed.

This is a program you won't want to miss, so be sure to reserve a seat, as space is limited, and we are likely to fill the room. You can sign up by calling 424-5021 or emailing. If you need to cancel, the favor of a phone call or email is appreciated so another person can have your place.

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