Scientist decodes Crabwood’s grain circle with a binary code and an alien face. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.

The grain circle with an Alien face and a binary code disk appeared in 2002 in a field near Crabwood, in the United Kingdom. Yes, it was real. It was filmed, documented and photographed. There is a video on the Internet that shows this fascinating and mysterious Crop Circle. Obviously this agroglifo has been talked about a lot, documented in the archives of the Crop Circle, has been studied by many researchers and scholars from all over the world. Who could do something like that? Who could design a binary code and implant a face within a crop in the middle of the night in a few hours, without leaving signs of entry or exit, despite being artistically and mathematically precise? Miia Pitkonen is one of the many scholars who have examined this particular circle.

He is a physicist at the University of Helsinki, Finland, specializing in medical physics. Clearly, he is interested in this phenomenon because he has published an article entitled “Crop Circles and Life at Parallel Space-Time Sheets”. It is a series in two parts, and in it examines the circle of Crapwood’s grain. Crabwood’s message consists of two parts. An alien image and an image that represent a spiral like a sequence of bits that starts from the center of the image and proceeds counterclockwise. It has been proposed that the message be coded using a 9-bit code and that the 8-bit portions respect the ASCII code. With this hypothesis the message reads as: “Beware of the bearers of FALSE gifts and their PROMISES NOT MAINTAINED” One could consider the possibility that the message has a much deeper layer than the slightly original statement in the ASCII code, and that the presence of the small inconsistency may be intended to clarify that a deeper level is involved. What these aliens would like to communicate is something very essential about themselves as a form of life.

The image of an alien that accompanies the bit sequence really suggests it. This something very essential could obviously include the code for the translation of ordinary DNA triplets into amino acids. Perhaps even the code to translate the exotic RNA shotguns to amino acid analogues. These analogues could also be electromagnetic waves. There could also be other codes: at the very moment when Crabwood’s message arrived, I developed a whole hierarchy of cognitive codes based on Mersenne prime numbers and regular polygons that could be constructed using only the compass and the ruler. The first hypothesis is that the message should be represented by a universal code. The appearance of the 3 × 3 code words = 9 bits that naturally decompose into 3 3-bit sequences suggest that a cognitive code may be involved that is consistent with the genetic code. This hypothesis was very useful as it led to the identification of the genetic code of exotic RNAs and the decomposition of 3 3-bit portions also immediately suggests that information on RNA is in question.

However it turned out that the ASCII code is the correct way to interpret the message, the ninth bit serves only as a sign of separation. The interpretation is based on extremely general aspects of the ASCII code: parts of the content and the lowercase letters correspond to the amino acids and the capital and small forms of a given letter indicate the same amino acid. Control signs indicate the amino acid counterparts for the code associated with exotic RNA. The order of symbols does not matter. You could also use different types of symbols: only the numbers of various types of symbols that indicate how many coded words are mapped to a particular amino acid (or any other counterpart of it) count. It’s quite complicated, I know. Paul Vigay, a British IT consultant known for his work in developing and supporting RISC operating system software and a long-time researcher in the field, was the first to find that the message was encoded in the ASCI binary code. He also worked with Mel Gibson in the film Signs, but unfortunately he died very mysteriously.

“Beware of bearers of false gifts and their broken promises. Much pain but still time. (Word damaged.) There is some good out there. We oppose deception. Duct closure (bell sound). “

I say that the creators of this circle, whoever / whatever they may be, could use this type of specific code and much more. One thing is certain: “anyone who has created this circle is extremely artistically, technologically and mathematically advanced to a point that goes beyond all imagination.”

Scientist decodes Crabwood’s grain circle with a binary code and an alien face. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.



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