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Maurice Osborn Creates a Crop Circle in England Using the SCP Contact Message
A soft-spoken software developer, Maurice Osborn has created a software program to design digital messages based on the protocol suggested by the 2002 Crabwood formation using the Sagan Continuation Project contact message. He then used that message plus a secret verifier to construct a man-made crop circle in England, this last August.
His effort represents a significant milestone in the history of crop circle research, because no institution or government funds his efforts. The message he sent to the stars last August with the help of many volunteers in both England and America, is every bit as sophisticated as the 1974 message, astronomer Carl Sagan beamed into space using the powerful (and expensive) Arecibo telescope.
Maurice Osborn's Interviews on
Crop Circle Connector
Crabwood Farm House
Near Winchester, Hampshire, England
Reported August 15, 2002
Are Extraterrestrials at Odds With Crop Circle Messages?
Last year, the Crop Circle Connector web site first reported the incredible Crabwood formation that had just appeared in England on the 15th of August near a microwave station near Winchester, Hampshire. A few days later, the EarthFiles.com web site published an anonymous decoding of the message, which has since become the de facto standard despite its dubious origins.
In retrospect, the disinformation decoding of the Crabwood formation as published on the EarthFiles.com web site hit the Internet like a 747 full of SARS carriers. Before we knew it, the decoding became the acknowledged standard and yet, just like SARS, nobody really knew who created this disinformation virus because EarthFiles.com attributed the decoding to two anonymous authors.
Relying solely upon the credibility of the EarthFiles.com, even noted crop circle researchers bought the decoding hook line and sinker despite its dubious sources.
Then along comes a fellow by the name of Maurice Osborn. Yesterday, I received a preview copy of a homemade videotape from him titled Alien Messages.
I had been half-expecting it after he had written asking me to review his video, so I didn't have much in mind when I plopped it into the VCR.
For a moment, my hand quivered over the remote, but thenů the story formed.
Osborn's fastidious attention to the facts and the logic of his analysis became so compelling that I was no longer distracted by ambient sounds and blurry red letters. Without a doubt, Alien Messages by Maurice Osborn is a brilliant diamond in the rough, and a very large one at that!
In his video, Osborn offers the following analysis of the Crabwood 2002 message.
Beware the bearers of FALSE gifts & their BROKEN PROMISES.
This message is warning us about another extraterrestrial race that is offering us technology and that has broken its promises in the past, which implies secret and unreliable communications between this race and our governments.
Much PAIN but still time.
He presumes that this means that this has been caused by the bearers of the FALSE gifts but that we have the time to change this.
A single word. It says to believe that there is still time for us to end the suffering.
There is GOOD out there.
It implies that there are good entities that can help us.
We oppose DECEPTION.
This is coming from a group of entities who oppose those who seek to take advantage of us by DECEPTION ("the bearers of the FALSE gifts").
A conduit is a channel, a passageway for people, cables, etc. He feels that a conduit used by "the bearers of the FALSE gifts" is closing. The comma at the end of the message indicates that more is to follow, as in perhaps another message this coming August.