A 600ft ‘JellyFish’ Shaped Crop Circle Suddenly Appears Overnight In The UK

These vast ‘Jelly Fish’ patterns appeared in a field in May, 2009, and crop experts are claiming them to be the first of its kind.

A crop circle expert, has said: “We have had butterfly and bird patterns, but this is the very first jellyfish crop circle in the world.

“It’s absolutely huge – three times the size of most crop circle patterns. People have been surprised by the size of it. It’s a complete monster.

“It just seemed to have appeared out of nowhere.”

Crop circle researchers, known as ‘croppies’ – believe that these patterns are created by aliens and UFOs during their nocturnal visits, or caused by natural earth based phenomena, such as unusual wind or forms of lightning striking the area.






Everyone by now has heard of crop circles, but other than theories, no one knows how they appear. The perfect Fibonacci compliant formations are found most predominantly in fields of grain and they mysteriously appear in areas where there was nothing the previous day. The large formations appear over night, and in most cases between the hours of 2 to 5 AM. T

Back in the 1970s, various crop circles were documented in England. They appeared every year and the patterns were intricate. Most people believed these crop circles were made by aliens. Although not studied before the 70s, there is documented proof of these crop circles far earlier.

Documented crop circles in 1999 numbered at least 200, after a noticeable increase in the early 20th century and more recently in the 1960s. They are found frequently in England, but other countries has been reported crop circles including: the USA, Canada, Japan and Russia.

Approximately 250 new crop circles are reported annually. They appear around the world, but the majority have appeared in England. The patterns are extremely intricate, perfectly geometrical, and have a mathematical precision impossible to comprehend. Most of these crop circles are found in wheat fields but has also have shown up in rice paddies, corn and oat fields, as well as snow and ice.


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