The 13 Crystal Skulls

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One of archaeology’s most compelling mysteries is that of the 13 Crystal Skulls.  Skulls have been one of the most powerful objects of symbolism in human history, all over the world.  Several “perfect” crystal Skulls have been found in parts of Mexico, Central and South America.  Together, they form a mystery as enigmatic as the Nazca Lines, the Great Pyramids and Stonehenge.

These skulls are believed to be between 5000 and 35000 years old.  During early expeditions, archaeologists were told by locals that the skulls possessed magical powers and healing properties.  However, people were unsure as to where they came from, or even why they existed.  Some like to believe that these were remains from the lost civilization of Atlantis.  Others like to believe these are fakes.  And yet another group of psychics believe that these skulls have the capability to enable us to look into the past, present and future.

Historians and social anthropologists decided to find out more about the strange skulls. Very soon, they came across an ancient Indian legend saying that there had been thirteen crystal skulls of the Goddess of Death; they had been kept separately from each other under the strict control of pagan priests and special warriors.

Searches for more skulls started; some of them were found in museums and some in private collections not only in the USA, but in Mexico, Brazil, France, Mongolia, and in Tibet. There were more than 13 skulls found. However, not all of them were as perfect as Mitchell-Hedges- was. Very likely, those were just later attempts to create something similar to the original skulls that were believed to have been gifts by God to the people.

The very construction and make of the skulls defies common logic.  There are several crystal skulls in existence today around the world.  We start off with the most famous one: The Mitchell-Hedges Skull. More…Menhak.com

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