A Crop Circle appeared at the bottom of a Dried out Lake in Oregon US in 1990 for a short periods of Time.
The etching of the Sri Yantra that appeared on a river bed in Oregon in August, 1990. Photo: Bill Witherspoon
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The Sri Yantra. The colours are not the originally used colours of the Sri Yantra. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
It was in the shape of Sri Yantra.
It is not visible now.
There are Theories doing the round that this Sri Yantra Circle was from Aliens and that they are monitoring us through this.
Sri Yantra as 13 mile long crop circle (or, better to say, geoglyph) in the bottom of a dried-out lake, which allegedly appeared over a very short period of time in 1990. It is not visible today, which fuels conspiracy theories about the aliens imprinting it in the sand and the military destroying it. Including a couple of youtube videos along with the usual info.
Sri Yantra Geoglyph in Oregon
Name: Sri Yantra Geoglyph in Oregon
Lat, Long: 42.738105,-118.314011
Location: Princeton, Oregon, USA
“On August 10, 1990, Bill Miller, a pilot in the Idaho Air National Guard, noticed a huge etching on a dried-up lake-bed while flying over it, in Oregon State in the United States. The massive formation was a quarter of a mile in width and was etched 3 inches deep into the surface..
Lieutenant Bill Miller of the 190th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, immediately reported the details of what he had spotted to the authorities at the Air National Guard – a 13.3 mile glyph of lines about a quarter of a mile in width and length, on the extremely hard, sun-baked dry bed of a lake in Mickey Basin located southeast of Steens Mountains in the Alvord Desert, 70 miles away from the city of Burns in Oregon.
The Steens Mountain and the Alvord Desert are awe inspiring places. The majestic Steen Mountain rises over a mile from the white plains of the Alvord. The desert is filled with a series of bubbling hot springs and dried-up lakes. The beauty is breathtaking – the ambiance mystical!
The formation detected on the morning of August 10, 1990 was oriented precisely in the North-South direction. The glyph had a machine like precision in its shape and clarity of lines. After Bill Miller reported the observation, the news was concealed from the public by the authorities for thirty days.
By September 14th, the story was picked up by the Associated Press, Bend Bulletin and the Oregonian. The Oregonian reported that some architects that had been contacted by the newspaper, had said that the cost of conducting a land survey alone, before such a project could be initiated, would range from 75,000 to 100,000 dollars. The Sri Yantra design has a degree of complexity and a level of symmetry that makes it difficult to recreate its design even on paper, let alone furrow an enormous replication of it on a dry lake-bed. There was therefore a good deal of speculation that the glyph was not man-made.
There were other reasons too to support this theory – not the least important of them being the fact that, the shape produced by the lines in this massive Sri Yantra at Oregon, could not be deciphered while standing on the ground. In fact, the shape only made sense when viewed from a height of a few thousand feet above.