November 17, 2013

UFOs observed over Dutch and Canadian crop fields, just before dawn of the day crop circles were found – Nov 17, 2013

At around 2:00 am on the morning of August 2, 2010 Robbert van den Broeke became aware of the very particular sensation he regularly experiences when a new crop circle is forming somewhere in his general vicinity.

In this 2010 case, as he and his driver Ellen reached the field, the air felt "very busy" and "full of energy" and, as Ellen was parking the car, he saw a flash of light directly over the field in which he and Ellen then immediately found the new crop circle.

On July 31, 2013 Robbert became aware again of the very particular sensation he experiences when a new crop circle is forming.

Robbert had a very strong restless feeling in the afternoon and all week he clearly saw a triangle in his mind, a triangular formation with multiple circles.

In the night the feeling was even stronger and his intuition indicated to drive to a specific field. After arrival, he saw two silver, misty discs hovering above the field and found, after dawn, a crop circle formation.

Robbert is not the only person who witnessed UFOs, the first reported 2006 Canadian crop circle (in barley) was discovered on July 31st in the rural farming community of Armstrong, British Columbia about 140 miles north of the Washington State/Canadian border, by a local pilot. Not only was the shape of this formation rather peculiar, it appears to exactly replicate the bizarre shape of a UFO observed in the hours just before dawn of the day the crop circle was found.

Further, many blackened seed-heads–which look very like seed-heads found in the 2010 Dutch circle, were also discovered in the 2006 Canadian circle, proven in lab tests to have been carbonized.

Full stories 2006 and 2010 crop circles/analysis/photos at http://www.bltresearch.com/robbert/seedheads2011.php and http://www.openminds.tv/canadian-crop-circle-resembles-ufo-seen-hours-before-1197/ (bltresearch.com , openmindstv)

In the video below, Robbert van den Broeke talks about his experiences:

 

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