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A theory of Crop Circle matrix numbers

Michael Lawrence Morton is an archaeocryptographer.
He was born in Washington, D.C., USA.

Michael MortonMichael attended the public schools of Mt. Lebanon, PA, a suburb of Pittsburgh, and he holds a B.A. degree in English Literature from Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA. He has extensively studied and worked-with the material of Carl P.Munck, Sr., the pioneer of the new field of study called archaeocryptography, for the past 9 or 10 years, expanding the work into the realms of prominent (current) star-positions, as seen by the naked eye, and now applying this work into the area of crop formation research.

He works with what you might call the matrix-numbers of precise locations of sites, structures, and 'points-in-time' involving certain events. The locations are empirically self-indicated, in terms of latitude and longitude - such as the exact coordinates, down to a small fraction of an arc-second, of a certain ancient stone circle for example. This can now be applied to the precise locations of crop formations, thanks to The International Crop Circle Database. Not only satellite-accurate mapping, but more 'un-scrambled' GPS unit signals, have made it possible to work with this precision. Michael has found that the matrix-numbers of crop formations and of the current sky-positions of certain prominent stars, are correlating very specifically with the exact positions of important ancient structures - indicating a substantial amount of information - regarding an apparent ancient unified field matrix.

He has decoded the matrix numbers of several significant ancient sites around the world during the last 2 to 3 years, has mapped the matrix numbers of some very 'key' stars in our current sky, and has now been deciphering the figures of many of the crop glyths over the previous years.

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