This comment kick starts the thinker into a visual experience and makes the mind spiral into deep thinking. I promise you that this is done intentionally. This type of wording used in a description will blind you form seeing the obvious.
' Its not possible for humans to create such intelligent design without leaving any crop disturbance ' .
How often have you heard such comments before ?
The design is simple but effective and constructed to create an illusion. Far to many people look at an image and say ' WOW ' without looking at it in fine detail. Anyone who has no knowledge of how crop circles are created and has never physically visited one in person will indeed be taken in by an image alone - such as the one shown above.
Being there is essential as on the ground things never look the same as they do in an image so we will try to explain to you how this particular crop circle formation was made.
This field in question had very noticeable ' Planter Lines ' - Planter lines are much thinner than a tram line and are created by farming machinery as seen in the image below. Image displayed is of a typical seed planter which distributes seed evenly and in straight rows. Depending on the type of seed planter used will determine whether planter lines are created or not.
In this case circle makers took the opportunity to create an illusion by simply walking through the planter lines with care. By simply sliding your foot along the ground ( not walking ) through the planter line you will not create any crop damage or disturbance - so all you have to do is choose the appropriate spot and select your center ( you can just see where the makers created some disturbance in their chosen center in the image below with 4 white arrows.
Before your foot sliding entry to your desired spot make sure that you are holding one end of the surveyors tape while your assistant is holding the other end, otherwise you will have to foot slide your way back or have the tape thrown to you which in the dark is not recommended.
Holding the tape tight - you stand in your center spot and only turn gently ( keeping up with the assistant ) as your assistant proceeds to create a circle by stepping sideways - always keeping the tape tight, if tape slackens then your circle will go out of shape. Its like a compass - you are the point and your assistant is the pencil !.
Once the initial center circle construction line is created then the assistant extends the tape and moves back to a desired diameter of the large circle. The process is then repeated - at this point you have not moved from the original chosen center. Keeping the tape tight once again your assistant will proceed in creating the second construction line by the side stepping action ( stepping sideways you are flattening the crop thus creating a visible line ( the width of your foot ) which is essential for all crop circle creation. ) So by now you have two circular construction lines .
Once the construction line of the large circle is created you can now leave your center point by gently foot sliding your way back to the first construction line of the inner unflattened circle.
At this point you can now flatten at least the first half of and within the large circle, making sure that you do not flatten crop outside of your construction line - this gives the makers room to maneuver before they proceed to the next part of the design.
The smaller unflattened circle is created in the same manner as the large circle - simply repeat the process.
With the hollow center circle, the process is very much the same but this time you do not have to worry so much if you will create crop disturbance or damage as most of the inner circle will be flattened anyway. Your assistant will also have to do the sidewalk in a circle twice - once for the inner perimeter and the outer perimeter of the circle - creating two circular construction lines. Once the inner part of the circle is flattened and the rest of the standing crop within the large part of the circle, you are left with a standing ring of unflattened crop - always making sure that you do not flatten over the construction line.
The smaller flattened circle within the large unflattened center circle is no feat at all. All you have to do is simply do a long stride step out of the planter line ( suited more for someone with long legs ) and simply flatten the crop with your feet in a circular motion - its a simple as that ( try it yourself when you are in the field next time )
Its not rocket science as some would like you to believe - sometimes you have to try these things for yourself just to see that it is possible to create any form of art work in any type of canvas and never forget that there is always an agenda with all deceptions.
Do yourself a favor and don't be fooled !
This screen captured image is an excellent example of the planter line - in this case the makers chose to use the wider planter line to foot slide their way in ( nearest to the small flattened circle ). To create the small flattened circle you can either do a long stride step or slide your foot through the wheat and simply flatten the wheat with your feet by stomping in a circular walk.