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 #155: The Crop Circle Issue!

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PostSubject: #155: The Crop Circle Issue!   Tue Mar 01, 2011 11:20 pm

I am so happy to finally be able to announce that our newest issue is now on press and will be in your home mailboxes soon. In a little while, I'll be putting up the PDF version, which you can get via www.ufomag.com if you are so inclined.

On the front cover is Patty Greer, a crop-circle researcher as well as an award-winning documentarian. Inside, you will find articles by and about Colin Andrews, T. Roy Dutton, and the wonderful Valenya, who is really the wonder-woman behind the scenes on this one. If history is any indicator, I can predict that when you get and read this issue, many synchronicities and personal wonders will start happening for you. You'll see -- this one is just magic!!

Also, we have an interesting exchange between Budd Hopkins and Emma Woods, which is not to be missed. And finally, we have our columnists, many of whom you know here, and of course they do move the discussion along when they hold court in their own spaces.

Now, it's onward to the next, already jam-packed issue. I hope the fact that we're not moving house again will help the schedule.

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PostSubject: Re: #155: The Crop Circle Issue!   Thu Mar 17, 2011 6:00 pm

I have scrubbed my mailbox out so we'll get a nice clean copy!! I can't wait to read it. Thanks Nancy.
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PostSubject: Re: #155: The Crop Circle Issue!   Thu Mar 17, 2011 7:02 pm

Hello Steven8

steven8 wrote:
I have scrubbed my mailbox out so we'll get a nice clean copy!! I can't wait to read it. Thanks Nancy.


You know, It's been quite a winter. I'd oil the little red flag as well if I were you. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: #155: The Crop Circle Issue!   Thu Mar 17, 2011 7:44 pm

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Hello Steven8

steven8 wrote:
I have scrubbed my mailbox out so we'll get a nice clean copy!! I can't wait to read it. Thanks Nancy.


You know, It's been quite a winter. I'd oil the little red flag as well if I were you. Wink

It's a great idea, but the squeak will let me know when it gets there!!
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PostSubject: Re: #155: The Crop Circle Issue!   Fri Mar 18, 2011 2:25 pm

We actually have yet to install a mailbox out on our street. It means getting a pole and a pole digger -- i.e. a strong person to wield same -- and then the actual box. Whew!

I hope we can do it soon-ish. But I am totally serious about doing nothing except issue #156 now. Gotta get on a good schedule!!
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PostSubject: Re: #155: The Crop Circle Issue!   Thu Mar 24, 2011 9:37 am

Nancy, do you need of any help in producing the magazine? I would be happy to volunteer in any way I can.
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PostSubject: Re: #155: The Crop Circle Issue!   Tue Apr 05, 2011 1:14 pm

Got it! A little beat up with the edges curled due to the weather at the time, but it was perfectly fine for the reading, which is what matters. Anyway, another great issue.

Budd Hopkins comes across as he-said-she-said in his reply. I have no doubt that some people coming for help can become a problem (as in the movie What About Bob), but you can't just ignore what Emma Woods says either, or Carol Rainey. You can't, as Budd seems to be doing, just shrugging it aside claiming she (Emma) is the cause of the the problems, and they (he and Jacobs) are just the poor sods who go out on a limb to help. It's all very ugly. Anyone seeking help believing they have been abducted needs to know these stories before deciding where to go. If, after hearing all of this, they choose to go to Hopkins or Jacobs, then they are making their own choice. Also, anyone, after hearing all of this, chooses to give credence to Jacob's or Hopkin's work is also free to do so.

I very much loved the articles about crop circles. Really great stuff.

For the first time, I enjoyed Kevin Randle's column. It was a very good piece.

I look forward to the next issue.
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