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Crop Circles is an ancient African language!

Crop circles are unexplained patterns that are found in fields, over tree-tops, and in ice and snow. They are mostly often found in wheat or corn fields, but have also been found in oat, rape (canola), and barley. They are a world wide phenomena, highlighted in England, the Netherlands, the United States, and Australia. Crop circles have not as yet been reported in China and South Africa. Their sudden appearance may go unreported unless spotted by an airplane flying overhead or someone familiar with the concept of the formations. Crop formations are as old as the planet itself. The earliest known formation was in 1647 in England, from which a carving of the current day theory on how it was created can be seen.

Where does Crop Circles come from?

It is quite possible that the circles are created by Whirlwind or Friction Generated Plasma Vortexes in relations to the 12 pyramids located around the world.  95% of all crop circles found are in a circular formation. Circle represents 360 degrees of reciprocal energy. All crop formations are two dimensional images of holographic projections. The formations are subliminal 'wake-up' calls. They have a tonal resonance above our threshold of hearing.  The circles actually humn.

What does Crop circles have to do with Black Indians?


Crop circles resemble an ancient African written script called Nubic. The origin of Nubic began with an ancient symbol called "Huwa" which was a symbol of cosmic love and represented reverence for the Great Spirit. In Arabic the word was pronounced as "Hubb" and "Ahaba" in Hebrew. The Portuguese translated the word into "Amor" to mean "Beloved" and was used to refer to the original Black royalty of Spain, the Moors (Amor or Moor). The language is a combination of Aramaic and Syretic Hebrew.

Look at the similarities between the two. Nubic dates back to 1512 B.C. from Sudan in Africa in the region of Nubia or also known as the land of Havilah.

Genesis Chapter 2, verse 11
"The name of the first is Pison: That's is it which encompass the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold."

Nubia is in Eastern Africa and was a rich land plentiful in gold, ivory, ebony, and other natural resources. Eastern Africa is also the center of the planet and where the first pyramids were constructed. The land of Nubia was named after the descendants of Ham (Black).

Nubic was also used by the West African Moors who made their way into  Europe (Spain, Ireland, England, Portugal, Wiltshire,) and all of the regions where the Black Moors settled. The "Berber" script has a very interesting story behind it. Ancient Berber is thought to have sprung off the Punic script roughly around the 6th century BC. It was used throughout North Africa until the 3rd century AD. Strangely though, the inscriptions remain unread, as linguists cannot link the written language to any of the dozen modern Berber languages spoken in North Africa. However, it is widely accepted by scholars that it was a Berber language given the continuity of the population. Ancient Berber disappeared after the 3rd century AD, first supplanted by the Roman alphabet, and then later by the Arabic alphabet brought by Islam. The Berber script contained elements of Nubic. Nubic is the official language of the Nuwabian Moors.