"STAR OF DAVID" CROP CIRCLE REPORTED -- IN INDIA
(Feb 1, 1997) -- Crop circle researcher Colin Andrews has told CNI News of some unusual, and previously unreported, crop circle activity in India. According to Andrews, a high ranking scientist from India contacted him in mid-January asking for data on crop circle activity. This scientist told Andrews that he had first become interested in the subject when he investigated a huge "Star of David" formation in a wheat field in India during 1987. The scientist said the six-pointed star was 500 meters across and was set inside an equilateral triangle, suggesting that it would rank among the larger and more elaborate formations seen in England.
The scientist told Andrews that he has briefed a high-ranking official in the Indian government on the Star formation and is now amassing data on some 2,000 other crop formations that have been reported in India in recent years.
Colin Andrews notes that his global database at Circles Phenomenon Research did not include even one report from India. "How many more go missing?" he asks.
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