A renowned scientist has claimed that crop circles are indeed the handiwork of aliens, who are attempting to communicate with us. Putting his reputation on the line, this man is leaving no stone unturned to convince the scientific community that extraterrestrials have a message …
Dr. Horace Drew, a scientist and Ph.D. holder from the California Institute of Technology worked with CSIRO as a molecular biologist. He has dedicated his life to researching crop circles and has spent 20 years uncovering their secrets. Dr. Drew’s fascination with extraterrestrial life began when he was very little.
He claims to have seen an unidentified flying object (UFO), silver in color and windowless, hovering in the sky near his home in Jacksonville, Florida.
“I saw a UFO, so I knew they were real from an early age,” Dr. Drew told News.com.au. He moved to Australia in the 1980’s, but he travels a lot, mostly to Europe. “They’re quite rare in Australia,” he said.
Crop circles have been a topic of debate for many years. There have always been those who dismiss the theory that crop circles are a result of alien activity on Earth.
Dr. Drew believes that though there are some crop circles that are man-made, there are some that were not made by terrestrials. They are complex puzzles that can be decoded, leading to discoveries related to alien life and time travelers.
He also said the circles appeared to be created by an “unknown energy that heats the crops up.”
“It’s like microwave energy but is something beyond earth’s science,” he said.
“It can pattern the wheat…No one sees or hears anything and that’s why it’s so hard to prove. If there’s a craft, it’s silent, noiseless.”
He presented two theories of why aliens would be trying to contact us through crop circles. “One theory is that they are trying to introduce themselves to us peacefully like we do using bubbles with dolphins.”
“When (humans) want to talk with dolphins we put little bubble circles under the ocean with a generator. We watch the dolphins come up and play and investigate, and we study them, this is called the ‘dolphin communication project.”
“Barack or Trump have never said to a dolphin: ‘take me to your leader I want to sign a treaty with you.’”
“And (the extraterrestrials are) not interested in making a treaty with us, they are ahead of us like we are ahead of the dolphins and the whales.”
By this, he implies extraterrestrials are trying to communicate with us, using the mindset that we have when we try to communicate with dolphins and whales.
The alternate theory is that the messages are not targeted towards us in the first place. The messages “are not even for us,” he said.
He believes that they may be the work of human time travelers, who are creating the circles as markers for navigation purposes from the future.
“There are definitely humans living there in about 5000 years with time travel capability. They’re coming back and flying all over Earth.”
“They seem to just say ‘this is a certain day’ and mark it, Ss the trouble is we don’t know space time physics enough to understand what’s happening. It’s beyond our knowledge,”
“Maybe they don’t want us to know about it. It might be just for them.”
He also added that humans should continue searching for answers.
“The ET visitors have technologies which would benefit us greatly, for example, how to make safe, clean energy without burning oil, coal or gas,” he said. “Ultra-fast propulsion systems, based on gravity and inertia, could carry us safely to distant planets or stars,
“We may also need to upgrade our planetary defenses soon, to protect against ET’s who may not be friendly,”
“I’d like to meet (the extraterrestrials or human time travelers) in person,”
“But I don’t think they’re going to do that.”
Either way, we have nothing to fear, according to Dr. Drew. He added: “Don’t be afraid.”
Dr. Drew is a pioneering scientist who uses science to prove what his heart believes. He is one of the very few who is willing to think outside the box, unwavering in the face of ridicule and public opinion. He has dedicated his life to helping humans understand that they are not alone—and that they have much to learn about themselves and beyond.