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Fairy Rings, Psi-lines, Smugglers, and Venus

Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen

Although there is much ancient folk lore and horticultural documentation regarding Fairy Rings, they are not often associated with mind science and astronomical events. Fortuitously, a Fairy Ring suddenly appeared on the grass in a friend's garden. On prompt investigation, apart from the usual necessary biological conditions, the essential trigger that probably created this particular Fairy Ring was a rare combination of the intersection of 2 psi-lines, coupled with a conjunction of Venus at the time of a new moon. As this is another example of cosmic events significantly affecting life on earth, together with the influence of the mind, the author felt there was sufficient scientific interest to document these findings for the benefit of other researchers, even though the sudden appearance of the phenomenon has been known for many thousands of years. Subsequent research proved conclusively that the psilines (or psi-tracts) were created by smugglers for their navigation.

Comments: 12 Pages, 14 Figures, an Appendix.

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[v1] 31 Oct 2011

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