|Format||Saddle-stitched softcover (300x220mm)||Edition|
|Publisher||Temporary Temple Press||Printing|
|ISBN||0-9537446-2-0||Printed by||Studio 6 Design & Print|
|Series||Crop Circle Year Book||No of pages||24|
The keynote of the 2001 crop circle selection which the authors chose for this edition is 'Dreams, Meditations & Aspirations', while in her background article Karen Douglas sets out to explain the crop circle phenomenon as a hermetic device (p.2-3).
The pattern on the cover, which appeared at Milk Hill, Alton Barnes, Wiltshire, was spectacular: it measured 900 feet (275 meter) in diameter and contained 409 individual circles, ranging from 4 feet to 70 feet, baffling even sceptics the world over. According to Karen Douglas: "It was estimated that in the short hours of darkness during the height of the summer each circle would have had to be created in only 30 seconds for it to be completed by daylight." (p.12)
This edition was reviewed in Share International No.1, January/February 2002.