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 This page gives details of the Wiltshire Crop Circle Study Group Conference in August 2009 to be held as usual at Marlborough College. WCCSG contact details are given at the bottom of the page if you might be interested in buying tickets for the Conference.





Schedule of events


Friday 7th August – West Kennet Longbarrow, 7.30pm – 10pm

Peter Knight, of Stoneseeker Tours, invites you to join him at the neolithic monument, West Kennet Longbarrow, 5 miles from Marlborough. This tour is a new venture this year, places are limited to just 20 people. Peter will take you along paths and up the hill, stopping on the way up at the Wishing Oak Tree for meditation and to leave an offering on the branches. At the top of the hill the group will gather on the top of the barrow whilst Peter lays candles out inside. After spending some time inside the longbarrow, the sun will set at 8.39pm, and half an hour later the full moon will rise. After drumming and chanting, the evening ends officially at about 10.00pm. Maps for the meeting place will be sent out with tickets to those securing a place on this tour. Due to the restrictions on numbers, this event must be booked separately. It is not included in the weekend price.

To check the availability of this tour prior to booking and payment, please call WCCSG on 01380 739966.




Saturday 8th August – Marlborough College

08.00 – 09.15  Ticket Sales Open


08.45 – 09.15  Coffee / Stalls Open


09.15 – 09.30  Welcome and Introduction to the Weekend in the Memorial Hall


09.30 – 10.00  Film – Video Diary of a Crop Circle Season by Gary King. From the first formation of 2009, Gary will be filming his experiences in and around the fields of Wiltshire. He will show us footage of the formations, often as one of the first people to enter them. This video documentary will follow a Crop Circle researcher in the thick of the phenomenon.


10.00 – 11.00  Peter Knight – The Wessex Astrum. Sacred Geometry in a Mystical Landscape. Earth Mysteries author and sacred sites tour guide Peter Knight gives and inspiring presentation about his discovery of the huge hexagram in the Wessex landscape, which involves Stonehenge, Avebury and Glastonbury.


11.00 – 11.10 Break between Speakers


11.15 – 12.15  Francine Blake – Crop Circle Knowledge for the Coming Age. As the founder of the WCCSG and Editor of the Spiral Magazine, Francine has spent over 20 years bringing the Crop Circle phenomenon to a wider audience. She is now an internationally recognised speaker on the subject, having lectured in many countries including Canada, the US, Brazil, South Africa, India and in Europe.


12.15 – 14.00  Lunch & Stalls Open


14.00 – 15.00  Sam Semir Osmanagich – Bosnian ‘Valley of the Pyramids’. In 2005, this Bosnian-born researcher discovered a monumental pyramid complex in Bosnia. He has authored 10 books on ancient civilisations and has a PhD dedicated to the Mayan civilisation. Here, he will present scientific evidence about the existence of the Bosnian Pyramids.


15.00 – 15.10  Break between Speakers


15.15 – 16.15  Gary King – Art as Miracle. Art, in its myriad form, is all about creative expression. Gary will explore the possibility that the hidden meaning behind the crop circle phenomenon is a direct reflection of the human condition and our pursuit of meaningful expression.


16.15 – 17.00  Afternoon Break and Stalls Open


17.00 – 18.00 Geoff Stray – ‘Beyond 2012’. Geoff has been researching the meaning of 2012 for over 20 years based on information from ancient Mayan calendar. Geoff’s presentation includes evidence based on the world of Crop Circles to suggest possible theories of what we can expect from the future.


19.30 – 21.30 “Son et Lumière” Concert on stage in the Memorial Hall. To a backdrop of stunning Crop Circle imagery, Emmanuel Dilhac will perform live music composed from ancient natural instruments, from Neolithic stones to the didgeridoo. Emmanuel will be accompanied by crystal bowls played by Jean Claude Genel and Yannick Le Cam.




Sunday 9th August – Marlborough College

08.00 – 09.15  Ticket Sales Open


08.45 – 09.15  Coffee/Stalls Open


09.15 – 09.30  Welcome to the day in the Memorial Hall


09.30 – 10.00  Film – Win Keech’s exclusive presentation of the enhanced video footage shot from Knap Hill on the 7th July 2007 as the crop circle, now referred to as the 07-07-07 formation, appears below in East Field. This is his first public showing of this

footage anywhere worldwide.


10.00 – 11.00  Janet Ossebaard travels from Holland during the summer months to spend time in the UK experiencing and researching the world of Crop Circles mainly focussing on taking samples for biophysical research, taking photographs, and mapping out anomalies.


11.00 – 11.10  Break between Speakers


11.15 – 12.15 Jean Paul Treilhou, Scientist from France, applies physics, geology and dowsing to his research to find the hidden energies in the areas where Crop Circles appear.


12.15 – 14.00  Lunch & Stalls Open


14.00 – 15.00  Bradfield, Canadian musician behind ‘Apsis Music’ will share with us his research into crop circles whilst working on his musical compositions inspired by the designs.


15.00 – 15.10  Break between Speakers


15.15 – 16.15  Win Keech – 07-07-07 Unlocking The Keys. After sharing his exclusive film footage at the start of the day, Win returns in this afternoon slot to share with us his research into the Crop Circle phenomenon from the past 16 years, and will recall his experience of the 07/07/07 evening. Win’s lecture will last for 45 minutes after which he will be joined on stage by Gary King and Paula Presdee-Jones, the other witnesses of the East Field formation, for a 15 minute question and answer session.


16.15 – 17.00  Afternoon Break & Stalls Open


17.00 – 18.00  Pierre Beake* spoke in Marlborough in 2008. This was one of his first public lectures, and this year he returns with a longer time slot and more fascinating images of light anomolies from Wiltshire Crop Circles, and Col de Vance in France reknowned for strange activity.


18.00 – 18.30  Review of the Weekend with music and images.




Monday 10th August – Alton Barnes

‘FAST Helicopters’ are offering 15 minute flights from nearby Alton Barnes starting from 10am. This year the prices have been greatly reduced from that of previous years, and will be available for £75 per person. If you would like to book a flight, please indicate your interest on the booking form overleaf and we will pass your details on to FAST Helicopters for them to deal with the booking and payment directly.


Added Extras

Pierre Beake, who astounded our Marlborough audience in 2008 with images of balls of light clearly visible in and around crop circles will be present all weekend at the Trade Fair, launching his new book and signing copies. Pierre’s films will also be available to view in the Memorial Hall during the lunch breaks on Saturday and Sunday. Peter Knight, author of ‘The Wessex Astrum’ will also be book signing all weekend.


All details are correct at the time of going to print.

WCCSG are not responsible for programme changes due to circumstances beyond their control.





Contact details

The WCCSG contact details are as follows. Please visit the WCCSG website to learn more about the work of the Group.


Wiltshire Crop Circle Study Group, PO Box 939, Devizes, Wiltshire SN10 1XD

Tel. 01380 739 966

Email: wccsg@btconnect.com

Web: www.wccsg.com





Date of posting : 21st May 2009