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Patty Greer (Faculty)


Patty Greer is a fearless filmmaker who took her cameras into the UK Crop Circles in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2014.  In August of 2007 she had a “Contact” experience in an English Crop Circle that altered the course of her life dramatically.  She awakened from the experience with a relentless passion to understand the Crop Circle phenomena further & to film them, day and night.  With no training or experience in filmmaking or UFOlogy whatsoever she produced eight UFO films in record time.

Patty personally visited more than 100 Crop Circles in the UK and developed a telepathic communication with what seems to be the “Circlemakers.”  She believes this is how the movies were written and co-produced; often through telepathic communications at 3 AM.  She wrote down what she was told and was always in the “right place at the right time” with her cameras.  It seemed effortless to produce the films; her movies received six prestigious awards for Best Film & Best Music.  She has loved the creative process as the productions were organic… l!ve in the fields, spoken in the moment rather than pre-written.  All were produced by intuition!

Greer takes the study into a new realm of possibilities, offering evidence that Plasma Balls of Light are involved in the creation of many Crop Circles.  Her film, “Crop Circle Dairies” introduces Penny Kelly, the silent lab partner of the late great scientist William Levengood (for the last 15 years of his life).  Their evidence and conclusions are extremely important and very different than what we’ve been previously told.  Blending Patty’s years in the fields and the research of Levengood and Penny, “Crop Circle Diaries” brings science & reality together into a story about the phenomenon that makes sense.  Featuring personal stories about Greer’s strangest experiences in the Crop Circles you’ll soon understand what it feels like to be inside these grand geometric formations.

She usually went into the fields alone, and was always silent once inside.  Every visit she would head for the center and lay down; this is how she listened.  Sometimes she went into the Crop Circles at twilight, which very few people would do.  She was fearless; and recalled the first time she climbed into a Microlite airplane to fly over the Crop Circles with the pilot asking if she wanted her door off or on!  At first she laughed, but he wasn’t kidding…so she flew with the door off, even on windy, rainy days.  If there was a new Crop Circle, nothing could stop her.  She was relentless and determined with great gear.

Patty believes that the Earth, human consciousness, and ETs have been co-communicating Crop Circle messages for centuries.  Her unique movies and talks are like a backstage pass to unraveling these multidimensional communications that have been left like sticky notes in farm fields around the world for at least 200 years (that we know of).  Bridging the gap between metaphysics, ET technology and science, Levengood’s research answered her questions thoroughly.  Greer believes that Crop Circle Dairies may be her last Crop Circle movie.

She has not much to say after this…

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As a member of the faculty, Patty shares her astonishing lifework for NewEarth University participants:

USA PBS TV affiliate CPT12 screened two films by Patty Greer more than 35 times in 2014 and 2015 including: Crop Circle Update – The Wake Up Call and, The SHIFT Has Hit The Fan.  This was great exposure for disclosure of evolutionary information.  Greer’s passion is unrelenting and her public presentations offer deep insight into advanced information about Crop Circles and their messages.  Exposing daunting clips from her films as evidence that many Crop Circles are real, surely it’s time we learn to take notice!

Patty completed two movies in 2016: Women Of Today and Crop Circle Diaries.  2019 update:  You may view these and her other films streaming free at: www.PattyGreer.net and CropCircleFilms.com

 

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