Field Report Gray TN
Brian L. Crissey, Ph.D.
Formation discovered May 21, 2015
Site revisited June 19, 2015
surmises regarding the doubtful authenticity of a triple-circle
hay-field formation discovered in Gray, Tennessee, May 21, 2015, are
being revised. There is now significant accumulation of compelling
evidence supporting the contention that this formation was not
man-made, but instead derived from an unidentified high-energy
source similar to what seems to underly the more complex and more
highly publicized formations in southern England and Europe.
observations of the lay of the field showed some suspicious
unevenness that is now understood to stem from the fact that this
field is not a monoculture of one DNA-specific species, like most
English circle fields, but instead is a naturally regenerated field
of many species of grass and broad-leaf weeds. The impressed pattern
of three intersecting circles around a swirled center circle
affected the dominant grass species without affecting the many other
varieties of plants growing there (left), thus presenting the ragged
appearance that some saw as evidence of a man-made formation.
formation, the only one reported so far this year in North America,
appeared one month and 11 miles north of a national convention of
Alliance of Divine Love (ADL) ministers in Jonesborough, TN,
June 19-21, 2015. A group of 9 of these ministers took a field trip
to the site to experience its energy May 19. The field was harvested
for hay May 18, which interferes with the collection of plant
samples, but which in no way interferes with the detection,
measurement, and collection of subtle energies from the site by
means of dowsing tools and inner knowing.
The field is
owned by a friendly couple who refused the $50 that our group
offered to them to compensate for our intrusion onto their land.
Connie O., the wife of the pair, (right, in white), joined our
expedition and related her story for the first time. She is a
professional in a technical field, and she observed the field at
midnight May 20, at which time nothing was visible, and no-one was
in or near the field. It was raining lightly. Her home is perhaps
100 yards from the formation, and access to the site is only through
her yard and across a barbed-wire fence or through a farm gate. No
lights or disturbances were observed or heard through the night.
early to go to work, and at 5:00 a.m. May 21, she glanced out her
window that overlooks the field and saw a young white-tail deer
making its way across the field. As Connie watched, the deer stepped
carefully through the field until it suddenly stopped, totally alert
and focussed on something in the grass ahead of it. It extended a
front leg for a moment, then drew it back. Then it abruptly turned
around and bounded off in the opposite direction.
Connie grabbed her umbrella and made her way into the field, to
where the deer had reversed direction. She saw no human footprints
or paths in the field. When she arrived at the turn-around point,
she saw the edge of the triple-circle formation, freshly impressed
into the field. Early morning, on the way into work, is of course
not the best time to explore a crop circle, so she returned later.
She reported the formation to neighbor Timothy B., who had been
interviewed about an earlier formation in the same field in 2013. He
reported it publicly. Soon word got out, and aerial photographs
revealed the pattern, and the local paper published an article
(right). Then visitors began to arrive, a stream that included our
10 ADL ministers. The field was harvested June 18.
Connie whether she thought that Timothy B., a crop-circle enthusiast
whose home is next door, might be capable of making the formation,
and she replied that he is probably capable, but that he was
attending classes in Durham, NC, at Duke University at that time,
and he has not been in the vicinity.
entering the field, we briefed the participants and demonstrated the
detection of auric fields by L-rods. Bryan, (in blue, seated) an
open-minded local who was our server at supper the night before, had
joined us with his girlfriend. I asked him to remember his worst
day, and I asked the L-rods to swing open when I encountered his
principal auric field, which they did, at about six feet from him.
Then I asked him to remember his best day, and I repeated the
process. The rods swung open at about 20 feet from him. Steve
(left), a no-nonsense skeptic in our group, was taken aback, to say
the group through an energy-clearing exercise that cleans the seven
main chakra sites and clears off distracting energies that might
interfere with one's ability to accurately detect the subtle
energies in the formation.
field, our dowsing rods immediately detected the energetic boundary
around the nearly invisible formation, and we were actually pleased
that the field had been harvested, because it made our energetic
examination and measurement easier. We dowsed the energetic center
of the formation, and Connie confirmed that we were in the exact
center of what she called “the dot in the middle.” It is more than a
dot, being a circular swirl of about 12 feet in diameter, in the
intersection of the three main circles.
pendulum (right) held over the center picks up the swirling flow of
the subtle energy, as does the spring water in the bottle. Once the
water has vbecome “swirled,” it easily replicates that behavior in
other virgin waters. Several people used various pendulums to
experience the swirling phenomenon. Skeptic Steve borrowed a
pendulum and held it over the center, where it began swirling in a
steady manner. “I'm not doing that!” he shouted several times, his
eyes big, as he felt his universe expanding beyond his previously
established limits. His attempts to make it stop were unsuccessful
until he moved out of the center circle. He returned periodically to
repeat the process, seeking some 3-D way to explain it away.
two cobalt-blue bottles of virgin spring water (right) and placed
them in the center to absorb useful energies. They remained there
for an hour or so until we needed to leave. The energized water from
the second visit was later replicated and a bottle was given to each
participant for their personal use.
The ministers easily fell
into a meditation circle around the center circle.
We conducted a 15-minute
meditation, followed by sharing. Steve, unaccustomed to meditation,
stayed with Connie, who led him on a tour of the field, which is
surrounded on three sides by a stream, and features an emergence of
deep bedrock in several places. The site is in the Appalachian
Mountain range, the oldest mountain range on the planet.
that these characteristics were instrumental in this field hosting
two formations almost exactly two years apart. Karen, from Reno,
experienced three bright lights that beamed down upon her, and she
observed a great eye peering down. Others reported feeling the
presence of benevolent beings surrounding the group. I shared my
interpretation of the three overlapping circles representing the
three great monotheistic religions, and the center “dot” being the
ADL, whose focus is on Divine Love, the common denominator of the
great religions. Peg G. and Pam C. both felt powerful, benevolent
serpentine beings intertwined within the formation. Serpents are
traditionally associated with transformation and change, and most of
the ministers participating feel that we are in a time of deep and
warm-hearted, loving person, is neither a minister nor a dowser, but
she held a pendulum to the center and picked up a swirl opposite to
the others. Soon, however, the direction reversed and later reversed
again. I then shared with the group that what she was detecting was
probably the periodic reversal of the up-and-down motion of the
telluric-energy chimney (right) that I had detected in the center on
my first visit May 28. The counterclockwise swirling is said to pull
up from the Earth negative energies, like those erupting from the
June 17, 2015, Mother Emmanuel Church massacre in Charleston, SC,
transmuting them into positive, loving energies, which pour into the
rivers of subtle energy that flow through the subtle-energy grid of
the Earth. When the pendulum pauses and reverses, positive energies
flow down into the Earth, revitalizing and uplifting the energy
matrix of our planet.
dowsing May 28 of the man-made energy component of this formation
suggested perhaps 75%, but after our visit June 19, this proportion
had dropped to less than 10%. I suspect that my earlier reading was
consciously affected by observations of the uneven crop lay and the
potential involvement of Timothy B. as a possible publicity hound
and prankster. With these interpretations dismissed by accumulated
evidence, my latter reading is probably the more accurate.
remaining 10% human factor may relate to Connie O., whom all the
ministers felt is a warm, intelligent, generous, open-minded and
loving individual of the kind that off-planet circle makers might
love to work with on this planet. What a different and better planet
this would be, if humans, as a rule, were more like Connie. The
ministers felt that her presence was instrumental in setting the
stage for the arrival of a genuine formation whose message and
purpose are of the highest order.
interesting to note also that the energy intensity at the site seems
to be growing. On my original May 28 visit to the site, the
energized water was measured at 80 million Bovis, which is
much higher than the normal energy range of 25 to 100 thousand
Bovis for healthy people's auric-field intensities. But, on the
second visit, the new essence, named
Mastermind Essence #1505, checked in at an astonishing 20
billion Bovis, 250 times higher than three weeks before. It is
conceivable that the telluric chimney in the center continues to
raise the energy in the site after the initial formation has
appeared, in which case the proportion due to human involvement
could be expected to fall over time.
The nine intrepid Circle Explorers.
Revs. Peg G., Brian C., Ellen S., Nancy A.,
Charlotte M., Elf P., Pam C., Steve K., Karen T.
Skeptic Steve missed the photo-shoot.