|Format||Saddle-stitched softcover (300x220mm)||Edition|
|Publisher||Temporary Temples Press||Printing||1st|
|ISBN||978-0-9560992-3-5||Printed by||Temporary Temples Press|
|Series||No of pages||44|
In the introduction Karen Alexander writes about Experiences of the Third Kind, and she classes the crop circle phenomenon as part of this, the paranormal: "If science equates with the material world and religion equates with the spiritual and incorporeal, the paranormal lies somewhere in between. In fact it is this characteristic of the paranormal that makes it so threatening to both sides. The walls between the corporeal and incorporeal that have been so carefully constructed and so tenderly maintained for many generations, are being regularly breached by these unusual [paranormal] experiences. What characterises many experiences of the paranormal is the way in which they transcend the physical and non-physical realms. They are often a little of both, a poltergeist who has no physical form yet can move furniture, the shiny metallic UFO that produces a radar blip but then vanishes into thin air - the list is endless." (p.2)
Two of the 2012 formations featured in the 'Signs of the Time' section of Share International No.8, September 2012 (p.14), and another two in No.9, October 2012 (p.14).
It seems the ISBN was inadvertently copied from the 2011 edition.
The accompanying DVD of video footage this year is titled Depth of Fields.