Forum series begins Sunday
The Cutting Edge Forum lecture and film series will be held every third Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Jaffrey Civic Center.
The series begins with the first of a two-part session called “Crop Circles Examined” on Sunday.
Part One will be a screening of “Star Dreams: Exploring the Mysteries of Crop Circles,” an 85-minute documentary by Robert L. Nichol. Featuring aerial photography of the circles themselves, the film covers a wide range of theories about their origins — from hoaxing to balls of light and more — by leading crop circle researchers. Media and public reactions, sacred site connections, and the mystical aspects of the phenomenon are also explored.
Part Two on Feb. 16, will feature the 75-minute documentary, “Crop Circles — Crossovers From Another Dimension” by award-winning Norwegian producer Terje Toftenes.
Addressing the who, what, when, where and how of crop circles, this presentation goes to the very nature of the human race and the question of whether extra-terrestrials (ETs) or other dimensions are trying to communicate with us.
Anyone interested is encouraged to attend both presentations in order to gain a better understanding of this controversial topic. There will be ample time for discussion.
The forum is free and open to the public. Donations are appreciated.
For more information, call 585-3348.