September 2018


Wiltshire is surely the epicentre of oddities. From inexplicable crop circles to mysterious prehistoric sites, this quintessential slice of unspoiled Britain is one of the most baffling and interesting places on the planet.

Why do weird and wonderful patterns suddenly appear in the corn fields of our countryside? 2018 showed some very impressive formations and the summer of 2019 is expected to be even better. Are they simply an elaborate hoax or are they caused by U.F.O s, earth energies or plasma vortexes?

Crop Circle

A giant crop circle has appeared in a field next to Stonehenge, just before the Summer Solstice. (Image: Matthew Williams/SWNS)

“Explore thousands of years of mystic, historic happenings and ye olde English eccentricity”

Whoever or whatever causes them they are striking features and are well worth checking out. Wiltshire is well known for its mysterious crop circles and much mystery still remains as to why they occur and the meanings behind their complex formations. Crop circles in Wiltshire often occur around the heart of the county in and around Stonehenge and Avebury, usually first appearing in April and continuing into the summer month – dozens of geometric symbols, mandalas and beautiful patterns appear in the farmers growing crop fields each and every year.

“Our exclusive crop circle tours have been featured on Sky TV, The Times and Telegraph newspapers”

This magical landscape includes not only the majority of crop circles, but also some of England’s most remarkable ancient sacred sites. You will visit them with a an expert / entertaing guide who will share their detailed knowledge of this area.

We are now taking bookings for our exclusive crop circle tours for the summer of 2019.  Small groups so book early.  We can also arrange extra dates for private groups, ideal families and small groups.  Tours depart from London, Salisbury and Bath

Ever wanted to learn about crop circles? Or wanted to meet crop circle enthusiasts to share thoughts with? Or find out about the latest news? If so, come to the Crop Circle Exhibition & Information Centre at the brand new Honeystreet Mill Café at Honeystreet, near Alton Barnes in the Vale… We visit this exhibition on our tours
Crop Circle Exhibition & Information Centre: Click here 

BOOK CROP CIRCLE TOURS HERE

The Stonehege and Wiltshire Crop Circle Experts
Established 1995
www.StonengeTours.com

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Stonehenge News and Information

DJ Paul Oakenfold plays set at Stonehenge Stone Circle

The trance DJ, who has spent his summer working in Ibiza, performed his set at the World Heritage Site on Thursday – a closely guarded secret.

Just 50 people were allowed to attend the event which happened as the sun went down.

“I’m very lucky to get asked to perform and do a live show to sunset,” Oakenfold told the BBC.

Paul Oakenfold is the first DJ to play at Stonehenge - BBC Paul Oakenfold is the first DJ to play at Stonehenge – BBC

The DJ, who has previously played at venues including the Great Wall of China and Base Camp at Mount Everest, admitted there had been “a lot of preparation”.
Read the full story on the BBC website

Stonehenge was a ‘neolithic rave venue’ (Daily Mail)

Mysterious Stonehenge was a dance arena for ancient revellers listening to ‘trance-style’ music, according to one professor who is an expert in…

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