The Crystal Skull




  • Due to current Indiana Jones movie there's been much curiosity about crystal skulls.

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    My first encounter using a crystal skull is at July of 1989. Back then I was a member of a metaphysical study group together just returned coming from a month of staring at the Aboriginal life style australia wide.

    In the monthly meeting individuals group, one of many leaders mentioned if you ask me that she were built with a group going to Indianapolis the next week to see the crystal skull. My reaction was, "What's a crystal skull?"

    She immediately educated me in the skull was carved from pure quartz crystal, was perfect in every way and that this type of skull have been found in Lubantaan in Belize from the 1920s by Helen Mitchell-Hedges who was simply then 16 years of age.

    Helen Mitchell - Hedges, in addition to Lynn Gardner could be exhibiting the skull the subsequent week . It seemed like an ideal chance to learn new things, to know where this can lead?

    Paying attention to the lecture, I came to be fascinated. It seems the skull ended up present in a Mayan pyramid after having been left there many centuries previous. Legends abound , but no person can tell where it originated from or the age of it can be. Many legends apparently indicate it being created in Atlantis or left by Aliens.

    It certainly was beautiful! Made from pure crystal, there wasn't a blemish found, down to the removable jaw bone! Mitchell-Hedges confirmed that when she first think it is , the skull was cloudier compared to it's present state, it absolutely was now really clear!

    It was priced at over 18 million dollars, and yes it appeared to have supernatural powers, when in it's presence, people would experience varied types of paranormal behavior. Some would see the future, and some experienced alien encounters and past lives. It was a classic masterpiece, unlike anything I'd seen before.
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