Crop Circle Energy ~ Interview with Beyond the Strange 2020
The Earth is Alive & Well, 2020
Listen to Lucy's Interview - Crop Circles & Healing - Coast to Coast with George Noory
One of the world's leading crop circle photographers, Lucy Pringle, has had her images used worldwide on TV, and in films, books, and magazines. In the latter half, she discussed the decades of scientific investigation into the therapeutic and energetic effects of crop circles, including case histories of healing from conditions such as Parkinson's and chronic pain. Many of the crop circles in the UK occur near sacred sites where crossover energy lines run through, she noted, and the formations often feature complex geometric shapes or designs. For example, the Martinsell Hill crop circle contained 28 pentagrams, and 140 concisely formed isosceles triangles, putting into doubt whether humans could have made such a meticulous pattern in a short space of time.
She has studied some 800 different reports of what happens when individuals go inside a crop circle. Interestingly, not all of these experiences are positive, she revealed-- in some cases, people (including herself) report ill effects. One beneficial incident she detailed involved a woman named Colette who entered a circle with a broken collar bone, and later, X-rays showed that her fracture had healed in an unusual manner. A woman named Mary, suffering from severe Parkinson's symptoms, asked Pringle to take her into a circle. She brought her to one where people were describing strong feelings of well-being. Mary sat in the center of the circle for around half an hour, and her frequent shaking stopped for a full 24 hours afterward. Pringle has concluded that even after a farmer has removed a crop formation, the healing energy signature can remain in the ground.
Whitley Strieber Interviews Lucy Pringle
Jim Harold - The Paranormal Podcast Guy - Interview with Lucy Pringle
Delving into the magic of Crop Circles with Lucy Pringle
Barbara Delong interviews Lucy Pringle
LUCY PRINGLE is our special guest, and we will be delving into the fascinating study of CROP CIRCLES. Based out of southern England, Lucy is a leading authority on crop circles, and she has recently published an authoritative book on them: "The Energies of Crop Circles." Who or how are they made? What is their purpose? What effect do they have on visitors? What has she learned about them over decades of research? Lucy provides insightful case studies and other data. She has many brilliant aerial photos in her book. We have barely mentioned them, and we are very excited to introduce a new topic as well as welcome such a distinguished author.
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Lucy Pringle is the guest of Richard Syrett and talks about her new book The Energies of Crop Circles; The Science and Power of a Mysterious Intelligence which she co-authored with James Lyons.
An accomplished teller of spell-binding tales, and a fixture on Toronto air-waves for two decades, this veteran broadcaster made his bones as a keen interviewer in the arena of the unexplained.
Richard is a regular guest-host on Coast to Coast AM, the most-listened-to, late-night radio program in the world. He is also the host of his own weekly syndicated radio program, The Conspiracy Show heard in about 40 markets across North America. His TV program, also called The Conspiracy Show, aired across Canada, Australia, parts of Europe and Africa for four seasons.
Abbie Dent & Martyn Hicks interview Lucy Pringle.
Lucy is a Founder member of the Centre for Crop Circle Studies. She is widely known and is an international authority on the subject and the pioneer researcher into the effects of electromagnetic fields on living systems. This includes the physiological and psychological effects reported by people after visiting or being in the vicinity of a crop formation. Also animal behaviour, remote effects, luminosities, mechanical failures and audio effects. Her research shows measured changes in the human hormones following short exposure to the circles, also changes in brain activity.
Recent research in NIR (Near Infra Red) revealed a marked increase in the protein content in grain taken from inside a crop formation. She works with scientists from all over the world.
Interview with Lilou Macé
This is the kind of documentary that changes the way we see the world around us. It takes you deeper into the mystery of the crop circle phenomenon than any film has done before. Gorgeous and full of wonder, "What On Earth?" has been hailed as the best crop circle film ever made.