Snow- and ice circles Arnhem/Schijndel 2012|
At februari 5 and 9, 2012, two strange discoveries where made in Schijndel
, the Netherlands. In Schijndel a formation in snow was discovered at a private pond. This formation looks if someone used a huge rake to make this beautiful pattern. At the Netherlands Open Air Museum in Arnhem some circles on ice were found. At februari 10, a Dutch radio program paid attention to these amazing circles and DCCA researcher Peter Vanlaerhoven was asked to give some comments at the circles. There was a lot of laughing at the radio and of course nobody could do anything with Peter’s explanation that certain energetic frequencies can cause a crop/ice/snow circles. A lady from the Open Air Museum explained a theory which se had heard recently: the sound of a tractor causes vibrations in the ice with the circles as result. Plausible or nonsence, because in Schijndel no tractor or other machines were in the neighbourhood. So let us have a better look at the ‘tractor-theory’.
Schijndel, Noord-Brabant, 05-02-2012
Arnhem, Gelderland, 09-02-2012
As soon I heard about the ‘tractor-theory’, I was thinking about it all day. This because I did a lot of research with a thin metal plate with salt of sand on it while it was vibrating some years ago. The result of this research project was written down in my Dutch book ‘Water Klank Beelden - de geometrie van geluid’. More information and pictures about ‘Water Sound Images’ or ‘Cymatics’ as it is called, one cal find at www.waterklankbeelden.nl en www.watersoundimages.com. At these websites I show several pictures of geometric patterns which appeared in water after I let it vibrate. I also did some experiments with a thin metal plate with salt and this also causes geometric patterns. The same as we find in crop circles. And when I saw the ice circle of Arnhem and heard about the ‘tractor-theory’, I looked in my photo archive to see if I could find a similar picture as the patterns if the snow- and ice circles in Arnhem and Schijndel. Here they are:
Vibrating glass pearls on a thin metal plate create circles
Glass pearls create a regular pattern
Both patterns on the metal plate look the same as the two circles in Arnhem and Schijndel. Could it be that these circles on ice were created by some kind of sound and if so, don’t we have to adapt a new theory that crop circles are created by sound? This because mother earth is making more and more sound like earthquakes and strange sounds in the sky. The earth is moving and making noise, that makes you think. My experiments with cymatics show that a vibration can cause a geometric pattern in water or sand/salt, the same geometry as we find in crop circles.
Ice circle Arnhem - Cymatic rond
Snow circle Schijndel - Cymatic patroon
It was the ‘tractor-theory’ that made me look in my photo archive to see if I could find similar cymatic patterns as the snow- and ice circles in Arnhem and Schijndel that could support this theory. My cymatic research project shows that it is possible that sound can create geometric patterns, but if a tractor was responsible to create the ice circle in Arnhem, I am not sure about that. But to me I think it is possible that the ice reacted like a thin metal plate on which some frequencies (or sound from a tractor?) causes the circles on ice. This is my theory and if you have another one, please let me know.
Some examples of Cymatics