It probably isn't millions of people worldwide that have fallen for the obvious hoax of crop circles. You are just making up a number because you think that huge numbers of nutcases is something other than a huge number of nutcases.
Then you ask a question without answering it. You ask if some crop circles are not man made. Well, they all are so it of no interest to ask why do we get them. If you ask that question understanding that they are all man made then the answer is simple. It makes fun of a huge number of nutcases. It makes it easier to find the nutcases. They jump up and yell out, "Count me! I'm a nutcase!" Why are so many made in one area? Simple. It was discovered long ago that nutcases worlwide jump up and yell count me without having to travel close to their location.
So far there is no evidence for 'ancient' landscape geometry. There is no evidence that anyone drew the circles before Furlong. Where is evidence in the book of Revelations? You've mentioned churches there but you got there by drawing lines from England to there and not the reverse. You are cheating once again by making claims that are unsubstantiated.
You should have realised by now that the Furlong proposals in his book 'The Keys to the Temple' go as far as identifying Temple Farm.
The research that then demonstrates how bearings from Temple Farm and the Great Pyramid identify the 7 'churches' of the Book of
Revelation, 3 key proof locations and many other ancient sites in the Holy Land, are nothing to do with Furlong.
Edited by bLu3 de 3n3rgy, 15 February 2014 - 04:14 AM.
less of the snide