APPROACHING THE SACRED
PREMONITIONS OF CONTACT
(4 DVD SET)
"An insightful, provocative and exciting study into the facets of the circle phenomenon rarely touched upon by previous documentaries."
-- Charles and Frances Mallet, C.F.P.R.
In this completely engaging set of programs, Michael Glickman applies his 18 year's involvement with the mystery of the crop circles to their bigger picture, and to the astonishing meaning of the phenomenon: preliminary contact.
Who is doing this?
Why and how?
Why are they choosing to work in this way?
In this completely new arena where considered speculations stretch the boundaries of possibility, Michael offers us a focused, deliberate and precise account which, though entirely speculative, is consistently well-reasoned and never strays into the fantastic.
This six part series includes:
Part One - No Earthly Explanation: History and Geometry
Leading crop circle investigator Michael Glickman and his colleague Patricia Murray escort us to crop circle country and to key formations.
Part Two - A Genuinely Mysterious Force: The Pi Hypothesis and the Big Triangles
A comprehensively illustrated tour through the crop circles and an examination of the importance and symbolism of Pi.
Part three - Milk Hill and the Face: Transformation and Abundance
Glickman maintains that the fundamental agenda of the crop circle phenomenon is an imminent shift of dimensions. Are we already half way there?
Part Four - On the Shoulders of Giants: The Woodborough Conversation
A freewheeling discussion of the formation's history and evolution with pioneering researchers Michael Glickman and Stanley Messenger.
Part Five - Signs and Wonders: Squares, Ropes & Twisted Ribbons
This overview highlights formations which embody sacred geometry, serpent paths and folded ribbon patterns.
Part Six - More Questions Than Answers: An Obligation to Speculate
The importance of Cognitive Dissonance in crop circle analysis. Revisiting the extraordinary Green Street formation, one of the most important crop circles of all time.
4 DVD SET NTSC 441 Minutes