Michael Glickman: Crop Circles, A Force of Nature or Beyond?
Michael Glickman visited his first crop circle in 1990 after which he remarked that “he never got out”. A former architect, inventor and teacher, Michael brings a wealth of practical experience to the crop circle subject from the world of designing, making and of manipulating solid matter in the material world. However, in his more than twenty years of involvement with the crop circles, he has also made a veritable art-form of the deconstruction of crop circle designs to better understand their symbolism and, most importantly, their geometric properties. Nobody has undertaken more in this field than Michael. As a result, his work on the geometry of the circles is respected throughout the crop circle research community worldwide.
Michael is a much-loved and influential figure in the crop circle world. Often outspoken, sometimes controversial, but always with a sharp wit, he is a renowned and inspirational speaker and writer; he has long occupied a central space at the heart of research into this phenomenon. Michael has written many articles on the crop circles including key contributions to the once great Cereologist magazine. His book, “Crop Circles“ (1996) is published by Wooden Books and is now in its third revised edition. He is also author of “Cornography“ (2007) and most recently “Crop Circles: The Bones of God“ (2009). This website is the latest incarnation of his work that will bring his informed comment to the global community of the world-wide-web.