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Crystal Skulls: Astonishing Portals to Man's Past (Book)

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What unknown hands carved these mysterious skulls perhaps over 12,000 years ago? Do they really have the power of life and death?

In 1927, while searching for the lost civilization of Atlantis, archeologists discovered in the ruins of a Mayan city a perfect replica of a human skull, exquisitely carved and polished from a single piece of quartz crystal. It is clearly the product of a sophisticated civilization-yet its age has been estimated at 12,000 years!

A number of life-size crystal skulls are known to exist. Where did they come from? Observers have reported strange sounds, odors, and light effects emanating from crystal skulls. Crystal skulls are said to have caused violence, physical injury, and even death.

Can it be that these uncanny objects are our link to mankind's dark, magical past?

Are they messengers from another age-or another world?

A fascinating compendium of current information on crystal skulls by two authors with first hand knowledge.

David Hatcher Childress (born 1957) is an American author and publisher of books on topics on alternative history and historical revisionism. His works cover such subjects as pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact, Atlantis, Lemuria, Ancient Astronauts, UFOs, Nikola Tesla, the Knights Templar, lost cities and vimana aircraft. Childress claims no academic credentials as a professional archaeologist nor in any other scientific field of study, having left the University of Montana after one year to travel the world to personally research the subjects about which he would later write.

Stephen Mehler was a director of the Rosicrucians of San Jose, California for many years. He is currently a student of the ancient Egyptian mysteries. He is the author of THE LAND OF OSIRIS and FROM LIGHT INTO DARKNESS. This is his third book.

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294 Pages
Adventures Unlimited Press; First Edition edition, June 15, 2008
.96 LBS

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