Crystal Skulls

Expand Your Consciousness

Author: Jaap van Etten

Publisher: Light Technology Publishing


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 242

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Humans -- creators in training -- have a purpose and destiny so heartwarmingly, profoundly glorious that it is almost unbelievable from our present dimensional perspective. Humans are great lightbeings from beyond this creation, gaining experience in dense physicality by slowing down the creative process in order to feel the results and consequences of their decisions and actions. This truth about the great human genetic experiment of the Explorer Race and the mechanics of creation is being revealed for the first time by Zoosh and his friends as humanity begins to awaken to its true nature. Zoosh and a great assortment of beings who have never spoken to the physical plane before -- from particles to All That Is -- speak vibrantly through superchannel Robert Shapiro. Each personality has its own knowing, perception and expertise as it shares its history, its present focus and the awesome truth about humanity's mission. The books read like adventure stories as we follow the clues from

Crystal Skulls

Ancient Tools for Peace, Knowledge, and Enlightenment

Author: Judy Hall

Publisher: Weiser Books


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 224

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Crystal skulls are human-skull hardstone carvings often made of clear or milky white quartz known as “rock crystal.” They are allegedly pre-Columbian Mesoamerican artifacts and can be found in the permanent collections of a number of world-class museums, including the Smithsonian and the British Museum. In occult and metaphysical circles, the skulls have magical and healing qualities: Anna Mitchell-Hedges (owner of a particularly famous skull) claimed that the skull could cause visions and cure cancer and that its magical properties could be used to kill. Drunvalo Melchizedek claims in Serpent of Light that he stumbled upon descendants of the ancient Mayans who possess crystal skulls for use in religious ceremonies in Yucatan temples. Jamie Sams writes of the skulls’ association with Native American mythology. In this book, best-selling occultist and crystal expert Judy Hall provides a basic primer on crystal skulls: What they are Where they are found Their role in legend and lore around the world Their uses for physical and psychic healing Also included here in this stunning introductory text is an examination of the prominent “skull keepers” of the past 100 years and how to use and communicate with a crystal skull. This is a terrific book for those interested in occult and ancient mysteries and/or the power of gems and crystals.

The Crystal Skulls

Astonishing Portals to Man's Past

Author: David Hatcher Childress

Publisher: SCB Distributors


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 237

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Introduces the technology and lore of crystals and the source of the crystal skulls.

The Crystal Skull

The Story of the Mystery, Myth and Magic of the Mitchell-Hedges Crystal Skull Discovered in a Lost Mayan City During a Search for Atlantis

Author: Richard M. Garvin

Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday


Category: Lubaantun (Ancient city)

Page: 108

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The story of the mystery, myth and magic of the Mitchell-Hedges crystal skull discovered in a lost Mayan city during a search for Atlantis.

Crystal Skulls and the Enigma of Time - A spiritual adventure into the Mayan world of prediction and self discovery

Author: Patricia Mercier

Publisher: Duncan Baird Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 617

Mystifying carved skulls made of crystal have been appearing around the world in recent decades. Some are ancient, from Tibet and Central America, but there are modern ones too. Today's Mayans of Mexico, Nicaragua and Guatemala, who prophesy a new era starting in 2012, include the skulls in their ceremonies. This is the story of the author's quest to discover the secrets of the skulls, starting in a cave in Spain and progressing to Central America and China. It is a saga of sacred ceremonies, armed holdups, inner journeys, plane flights... and even weirdly cosmological stacks of tortillas. Patricia Mercier explains the T'zolk'in Maya Calendar and the traditions of the Maya people, and connects the skulls with our current global situation. She shows how the skulls can be used for healing and gaining insight, and how they transfer information to each other, operating as a network. We are also introduced to a new super-consciousness that the crystal skulls suggest is a key to the future - a rebirth of humanity when, with the help of the skulls, Homo sapiens could evolve into Homo spiritus.

Guardians of the Crystal Skulls

The Thirteenth Order

Author: Linda Arena

Publisher: FriesenPress




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Rachel, a naive farm woman who has led a sheltered life, partners with the alien beings that live in Mt. Shasta. Since she is the only human who the aliens trust, her mission is one of life and death for humanity. She is catapulted on a journey teeming with challenges as she travels across the United States hunting attunement crystals to repair their spaceships and ultimately, she must venture into outer space to locate and replace the crystal skulls back in the grid. If the axis shift is not corrected, and soon, every inhabitant is threatened with annihilation including the alien race who has protected humanity for hundreds of millennia.

Chasing the Wind II - Return of the Crystal Skulls

Author: Keith Fauscett




Page: 221

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In Chasing the Wind you followed two FBI agents trailing a secret society which was determined to acquire the original thirteen crystal skulls for their own personal agenda. However, Rich Hayward and Scott Ryan were eventually able to thwart the plans of the evil society and remove the skulls from their grasp, however, this meant possibly losing the skulls to the world for all time.Miraculously, these same crystal skulls began to reappear around the Caribbean and South and Central America. The Mayan Legend of 2012, was again coming to life. Hayward investigates and disappears in the jungles of Belize. Haywardâs old friend Scott Ryan enlists the help of treasure hunters and former Green Beret operatives, Kyle Roberts and Larry Currie, to find his lost friend. Follow Ryan, Roberts and Currie on an adventure to end all adventures. Join the search for Agent Hayward and witness events beyond belief in Chasing the Wind II - Return of the Crystal Skulls.

Curse of the Crystal Skull

Author: Drac Von Stoller

Publisher: Drac Von Stoller


Category: Fiction

Page: 7

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Have you ever wondered in the back of your mind, what if you could make a wish and it came true. That's exactly what happened to Dr. Murray when he went on an expedition with a group of archaeologists to the Aztec ruins. Dr. Murray was a big dreamer with an over active imagination. So even if Dr. Murray were to tell someone that he made a wish and it came true, no one would believe him. Dr. Murray is what you would call the little boy who cried wolf. Dr. Murray was one of seven young archaeologists eager to make a name for himself. The expedition was planned around May. Not too hot and not too cold. The archaeologists that were going on the Aztec expedition were Dr. Murray, Dr. Morley, Dr. Webber, Dr. Sanchez, Dr. Seymour, Dr. Roberts and Dr. Bell. The skies were blue that day their flight took off for the Aztec Ruins expedition. Dr. Murray sat next to Dr. Bell on the plane. Dr. Murray's over active imagination was already kicking in. Dr. Murray's mouth wouldn't shut up during the flight. Dr. Murray was telling stories about his great uncle Henry who was an arcaheologist. Henry was part of the first archaeologist's that made significant discoveries at the Aztec Ruins. Of course Dr. Bell knew that was a lie because Dr. Bell knew Dr. Murray's uncle Henry was a drunk and the only thing remotely close to him being an archaeologist was digging up bones in his back yard. Dr. Bell finally heard enough of Dr. Murray's far fetched stories and put his headphones on and turned up the music to drown out Dr. Murray's motor mouth. Dr. Murray said, "I guess I'll just read a magazine." Dr. Bell just closed his eyes and slept as the music poured through his headphones drowning out any background noise, including Dr. Murray. The small twin engine plane carrying the seven archaeologists finally landed at their destination, the Aztec ruins. The seven archaeologists got their luggage and were transported to their hotel where they would be staying during the expedition. The archaeologists got something to eat, then got dressed and gathered their equipment for the expedition. The seven archaeologists piled in the van with their equipment and headed to the Aztec ruins to start the expedition. The archaeologists weren't even on the road five minutes when Dr. Murray's stories started flying out of his mouth. The drive to the dig site was about an hour away. The other archaeologist’s weren't interested in Dr. Murray's stories. So they talked amongst each other and talked over Dr. Murray trying to drown out his conversation. "At last were here," said Dr. Bell. Dr. Bell was in charge of the Aztec expedition. Dr. Bell and the other six archaeologist's were led to the Aztec ruins by a guide to get them familiar with the ruins. Dr. Murray didn't like playing second fiddle to no one and wasn't really interested in the ruins. Dr. Murray had his eyes set on something much bigger. The something much bigger was three crystal skulls.

The Mystery of the Crystal Skulls

Author: Chris Morton

Publisher: HarperThorsons


Category: Crystal skulls

Page: 439

View: 858

Native American and Maya legends tell of thirteen life-size crystal skulls containing information crucial to humankind's true purpose and destiny. Crystal skulls are featured in the action movie Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

The Man Who Invented Aztec Crystal Skulls

The Adventures of Eugène Boban

Author: Jane MacLaren Walsh

Publisher: Berghahn Books


Category: Art

Page: 348

View: 958

Eugène Boban began life in humble circumstances in Paris, traveled to the California Gold Rush, and later became a recognized authority on pre-Columbian cultures. He also invented an entire category of archaeological artifact: the Aztec crystal skull. By his own admission, he successfully “palmed off” a number of these crystal skulls on the curators of Europe’s leading museums. How could that happen, and who was this man? Detailed are the travels, self-education, and archaeological explorations of Eugène Boban; this book also explores the circumstances that allowed him to sell fakes to museums that would remain undetected for over a century.