12- Kapelle, Zeeland, 28-07-2003

Report from Romaine Kunst

Somebody sat in the train and saw a cropcircle in the field next to the railway near the village of Kapelle in the province of Zeeland. The day the viewer saw the cropcircle the farmer was harvesting the wheat. The part of the field with the cropcircle he didn't harvest, until today. On July 14th the farmer had not seen a cropcircle yet, but on the 23rd of July he found the formation.

The direction of the rotation of the crop was anticlockwise in the little circles and clockwise in the rings.

The cropcircle did not have the perfect round shape, but it seems to be laid down playfully.

The farmer did visit the cropcircle when he discovered it, this could explain the broken stems in the cropcircle. All the other stems were bent on 3 centimeters from the ground. Almost all stems were down, except a single stem was straight up. It seemed that all stems had grown after they were bent down.

The ground below the formation was a layer of clay and below this a layer of peat. When the circle was harvested it appeared that there was only little lost of the crop. Except for some stems, all stems were harvested. After the harvest of the cropcircle, I was able to examine the soil for traces of silicium, this wasn't found anywhere in the formation.

While I was visiting the cropcircle, I saw many orbs. These were seen while I was in a circle, they flew above the field and next to the stems in one of the little circles.



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