Sun, Aug 21|
Lyceum and Zoom
Crop Circles In The Us And Canada 101
Join Jennifer Stein as she introduces facts about the crop circle phenomena in the US and Canada in a presentation focusing on the repeating characteristics that warrant scientific investigation, she will present the top theories held by research experts, define terms, and suggest further research.
Time & Location
Aug 21, 2022, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT
Lyceum and Zoom , Lily Dale, NY 14752, USA
About the Event
Walk Ins are welcome based on building capacity once pre-sale registration has closed.
Join Jennifer as she introduces facts about the crop circle phenomena in the US and Canada in a presentation focusing on the repeating characteristics that warrant scientific investigation such as seed germination studies, soils analysis, expulsion cavities, and blown node cavities as measurable energy signatures on crops.
The relationship crop circles may have to ancient mounds and unique geologic structures as a possible causative factor will be reviewed. Additionally, she will present the top theories held by research experts, define terms, and suggest further research needed for a more complete understanding of this phenomenon.
In the second half of the workshop an 80 minute documentary film will be shown and Jennifer will conclude with a Q & A session. A comprehensive 20-page bibliography of reference & research material cited in the presentation will be available.
Jennifer Stein holds a Bachelor of Science in textiles from the University of Arizona. She is a self-taught award-winning filmmaker, activist, and researcher, a state section director for MUFON PA, an on-line Zoom group providing monthly educational programming on topics pertinent to MUFON and Noetic Sciences. Jennifer also hosts a public access television program, Main Line MUFON at Main Line TV - Channel 21.
Jennifer’s interest in Crop circles began 30 years ago while researching ancient archeological sites, and ancient mound structures. In the early 2000s she began uncovering the mysteries surrounding this phenomenon. Jennifer is a member of the International Crop circle researchers Association, has lectured extensively on crop circles around the world, and has appeared on CN8 in the US and on Canadian television programs.