|Format||Saddle-stitched softcover (300x220mm)||Edition|
|Publisher||Temporary Temple Press||Printing||1|
|ISBN||978-0-9560992-1-1||Printed by||Temporary Temple Press|
|Series||No of pages||44|
In her introduction to the 2010 edition of the Crop Circle Year Book Karen Alexander references the five stages of human consciousness as identified by the philosopher Jean Gebser: the Archaic, the Magical, the Mythical, the Mental, and the Integral. She writes: "The movement from one stage of consciousness to the next represents nothing less than the birth of a new world-view, a new paradigm, the dawn of a new age in the evolution of mankind. We have lived through many already, but this transition is in every way our greatest challenge yet."
The 2010 season, according to Mrs Alexander, brought in a fourth dimension in the crop circle designs as represented by the Cley Hill formation near Warminster, Wiltshire, on 9 September 2010, which she says shows "a dimension of space not bound by the duality of opposing elements, but one in which all opposites are seen simultaneously..."
Photographs from this edition were included in a review of Michael Glickman's book The Bones of God in Share International No.8, October 2010.