|Format||Saddle-stitched softcover (300x220mm)||Edition|
|Publisher||Temporary Temple Press||Printing|
|ISBN||0-9537446-0-4||Printed by||Studio 6 Design & Print|
|Series||Crop Circle Year Book||No of pages||24|
Steve Alexander has become one of the best known crop circle photographers, publishing a collection of his aerial photographs of the most spectacular crop circles that appear in the south west of England every year since 1999. His partner Karen Douglas (now his wife) writes the texts for the Year Books, the idea for which originated from the redesign of The Circular Review, a small local crop circle newsletter that she worked on.
In a postscript to the review of this first Year Book in Share International No.1, January/February 2000 (p.11), Benjamin Creme explains how the crop circles are made: "The occupants of the UFOs visualize the shape they want to create. With their focused mind they decide the shape in any given circle... Using their technology, operated by their minds, the patterns are created... The whole process takes place in seconds, even for the most complex pattern."
In his talks Benjamin Creme has stated repeatedly that the crop circle phenomenon did not start in England accidentally, but to draw attention to the fact that Maitreya had chosen London as His centre in the modern world.