For the past 40 summers, strange and beautiful formations have appeared in English fields. These crop circles are cut into the grains in layers, the stalks bent but not broken. Most designs are close to Stonehenge and Avebury, an area sacred for 5,000 years. Recent patterns are exquisitely complex geometric compositions. Maya Sutton has walked many crop circles, participated in two international conferences, and met the experts. She shares her opinions and observations regarding these enigmas.
Dr. Maya Sutton spent seven summers in England, explored many crop circles and talked with experts about these mysterious shapes. She taught Celtic mythology at UNM for ten years. Sutton has researched much of Celtic Europe, and co-authored a book on Celtic wisdom. She has dual citizenship with the US and the Republic of Ireland.