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. This is because there is an association with the circles appearing near ancient sacred spaces, such as Stonehenge, he suggested. Additionally, Southern England sits above a deep chalk aquifer and Silva believes that water plays a role in the manifestation process.
Unusual soil samples from crop circles can help differentiate anomalous cases from man-made "land art," he noted. For instance, there is evidence in genuine crop circle sites that the soil's crystalline structure has been altered by extreme heat (around 1500 degrees) , but only for nanoseconds (otherwise the plants would have burned completely), he detailed.
He also cited the work of channeler Isabelle Kingston who said she communicated with a group consciousness that was connected with the formation of the crop circles. Called "the Watchers," the group is using symbols to stir humanity to "wake up to our greater responsibility," he relayed. Silva shared a paranormal experience he had while lying inside a crop circle. He said he levitated off the ground and saw "tall beings" that radiated "unconditional love." For more, view images Silva sent us.
First hour guest, private investigator Roger Tolces reacted to a recent news story about a Sacramento family who covered their home with sheet metal to protect themselves from what they perceived as a neighbor's bombardment of radio waves at them. He confirmed that such cases of electronic harassment do occur, and that his company is able to diagnose and deter such situations.
Bumper music from Monday May 23, 2005