Gary S. Bobroff, M.A., author of Crop Circles, Jung & the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine (Aug. 2014), presents a visual consideration of this mysterious phenomenon within the context of modern psychological reality. Looking at both the phenomenon itself, and the nature of the era into which it has arrived, he offers a framework for our own deeper consideration. Living in the moment of the death of one worldview and the birth of another, our culture suffers from an over-masculine inflation that has us alienated and imagining ourselves to be separate. Yet today, we are being presented with crises and mysteries that call us back toward closer participation with the world. Crop Circles—formed in living grain—exemplify the archetypal feminine nature of this moment’s change: a moral calling toward conscious, felt engagement with a dynamic, living mysterious world.