In the middle of the 1970’s, Carl Sagan and his peer colleagues transmitted a broadcast known as the Arecibo message into outer space using radio waves. The 1974 landmark was a special ceremony to commemorate the remodeling of a radio telescope in Puerto Rico known as the Arecibo.
This transmission was the most powerful broadcast of energy ever beamed out into space.
The blast of energy was directed toward a star cluster that is located an estimated 25,000 light years away from our planet.
The data contained within the transmission was simple yet complicated, and made sense. It was a pictorial message that depicts our planet Earth’s location in our solar system.
The data contained as much as the basic core principles of our systems of mathematics and science, and of course the data was placed into the transmission with hopes that some extraterrestrial intelligence would interpret it.
As simple as it was, an intense amount of information was contained within this message, even info about the code of human DNA and information about our appearance.
So how did they manage to encode such a massive amount of data in a transmission blasted into outer space? Take a look at the code in this crop circle: that’s how.
In 2001, 27 years later the above pattern appeared right next to the Chilbolton, Britian’s largest telescope and astronomical observatory. The facility is home to the largest fully steerable meteorological radar in the world. It is reportedly identical to a visual representation of the data transmitted by Sagan and his team in 1974.
The message encoded into the crop circle is supposedly coded, and describes a different solar system, an alien image of the sender like the original message sent out by NASA, DNA that isn’t human, and a sort of microwave antenna as opposed to the depiction of the radio-wave antenna present in the 1974 message.
To ensure that this crop circle in fact was coded with all that information, someone might want to confirm this.
Crop circles seem to be a real rabbit hole: it’s quite unexplainable how so many of them formed. They say that this face was representative of a new technique in the creation of crop circles, a sort of “screen technique” similar to how a face can be printed onto an ordinary piece of paper.
Here, one can find a signal for a microwave antenna signal according to one interpretation, on a crop circle that happened to appear just a year prior in the exact same field in Britain.
What was the format of the code sent out into space in 1974? The Arecibo message was in binary. That is relevant to an odd, declassified NSA document bearing the title “Key to the Extraterrestrial Messages.”
The document lays it all down and reveals that the NSA allegedly received 29 messages from outer space that seem to be coded in some binary format. They say it is shocking that the NSA openly admitted this, but here’s another theory.
The NSA wouldn’t of their own volition release something they really didn’t want everyone to know. Many people suspect there is an agenda afoot to severely mislead the general public about the existence of extraterrestrials.
A fraudulent threat or alleged factor of extraterrestrial intelligent life just may be used as an excuse to do something to the citizen class one day. People would be wise to believe half of what they hear and none of what they see: no info is freely admitted by the government unless they want people to hear it.
Join our list
Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.
More from Alien Contact
During the summer of 1950, physicist Enrico Fermi posed a question to his colleagues over lunch, "Don't you ever wonder …
This movie was intended to be realized in 2006 as the first installment of the trilogy that was planned for …
Running into an alien on the bus would be strange — but it's almost equally strange that humankind has never …