Freddy Silva first began researching crop circles in 1990 and as his fascination with the subject has grown, therefore his career in modern commerce has plummeted. However, Freddy is today one of the world's foremost experts on crop circles, sacred space, and consciousness. He is the best-selling author of Secrets in the Fields: The Science and Mysticism of Crop Circles, hailed by many as the most comprehensive and multi-disciplinary study ever undertaken into this fascinating phenomenon. He has also just released the DVD documentary Stairways to Heaven: The Practical Magic of Sacred Space, written and directed by himself.
Freddy is a life-long student of Earth Mysteries, Sacred Space and ancient systems of knowledge. He is an international lecturer, and has appeared on The History Channel and Discovery Channel, as well as numerous video documentaries. In addition, he has been a guest on radio shows throughout the US.
George Noory was joined by writer David Hagberg, who shared his belief that an impending global energy war is currently brewing. In the first hour, author and crop circle expert Freddy Silva talked about sacred sites as well as evidence which shows that these places of power are built at magnetically sensitive locations that are capable of altering states of consciousness. ... More »Host: George Noory
Crop circle researcher Freddy Silva shared evidence, analysis, and experiences related to the mysterious geometric patterns found in fields. At this point, only about 20% of the circles are produced by natural means, he reported. The creation of the natural formations involves ultrasound or infrasound, with acoustic pressure releasing the water molecules and nullifying them, he detailed, citing the example of a Canadian prairie farmer who found a mummified flattened body of a porcupine in a crop circle on his land. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Making his debut on the show, crop circle researcher Freddy Silva presented evidence and analysis that interwove science with metaphysics. There have been over 10,000 reports of unusual crop formations in recent years, spanning 29 countries, but interestingly, 80% of the incidents have taken place in England, he said. ... More »Host: George Noory