UFOs and Crop Circles Have No Proven Link Between Them

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Dough Ruby

Theo Paijmans ( [email protected] )
Tue, 26 Jan 1999 21:36:28 +0100

I recall talking with Ruby two years ago. He sounded sincere and genuinely puzzled
by what he found, interpreting the crop glyphs the way he did. His book, lavishly
produced, explains his theories, which I can neither adhere to or reject. At that
time I considered his approach an original one, so much so that I included some of
his theories in my Dutch book on UFOs, in the inevitable chapter on crop circles
(although my point was that there is no historical pedigree, and the alleged
connection with the UFO phenomenon remains laregly unproven), which he allowed me
to, even sending me some of the pictures to include in my book (I used one I
think). As I said, at that time he came across as a friendly person.

So much concerning crop circles is totally muddled these days, and I ponder on the
possibility that most, if not all are man-made. (I also recall the comment from a
Dutch sceptic that even an ordinary bike, when spinned around an axis, would yield
remarkable pictures)

best regards,

Theo Paijmans

Jerry Wayne Decker wrote:

> Hi Mike et al!
> Here is an AMAZON.COM search for Crop Circles;
> http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/generic-quicksearch-query/002-2759000-9371630
> I looked for a review as I think it is the Doug Ruby guy who had the
> interpretations..
> He says when he takes the crop circle patterns and expands them from 2
> dimensions to 3 dimensions, then spins them, they show schematics of
> machines….that was what I was told…haven’t had a chance to look
> through an actual copy of the book…
> As you can see, all the new age goofs have jumped into it…
> The two that look most intriguing are the one by Ruby called ‘The
> Gift:Crop Circles Deciphered’, the other is by Steve Canada entitled
> ‘Crop Circles and Quantum Physics’. But choose for yourself as there
> are a lot of selections.
> —Mike Hanson wrote:
> >
> >
> > What guy?
> > Tell me more about this book, or were you kidding?
> > Are you referring to how they are machines that make sound utilizing
> > fractals and projective geometry?
> >
> >
> > —“Jerry W. Decker” <[email protected]> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi Mike!
> > >
> > > You OK? I tried to print out your website tonight and it said under
> > > construction….luckily I had saved the text earlier but not the
> > > graphics so printed that out for study…have to get that crop
> circle
> > > book about that guy who claimed he had decipered the patterns as
> > > machines…seeya!