ENGLAND’S CROP CIRCLES OF 2004, with Francine Blake. A native of Montreal, Canada, Francine studied the Classics and Art. In 1969 she moved to London to continue her studies; there she married an Englishman. A student of Gurdjief’s philosophy and Zen Buddhism, she discovered the crop circle phenomenon in 1987. In 1992, she and her family moved to Wiltshire where she helped found the Wiltshire branch of the “Center for Crop Circle Studies.” The group became the “Wiltshire Crop Circle Study Group” in 1996. As its coordinator, Francine now edits “The Spiral,” and organizes the Wiltshire Crop Circle Conference each summer. An accomplished painter, she learned digital photography for the group’s annual calendar, the only one to feature color aerial photos of the current season. She feels most crop circles are “manifestations from other dimensions” and not mere human creations.
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