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Mystery of the Crystal Skulls (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 7. September 1998


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"If you find yourself captivated by the mysteries and possibilities surrounding the crystal skulls, you absolutely must get a copy of this expertly written, engaging, and sometimes disturbing book."

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Chris Morton and Ceri Thomas have journeyed all over the world meeting people who could tell them about the crystal skulls, including the indigenous peoples, psychics, archaeologists and scientists. This text reveals their acquired knowledge from the travels.

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The Mystery Ends In 2012 31. August 2005
Von Benjamin S. Scott IV - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is an excellent book for those with a peaked interest in the interconnection of all people and our pasts. Or in laymen terms Crystal Skulls. This book takes a very broad examination of a very expansive subject. It does explore the most common beliefs/concepts about the skull, not just popular or scientific. They really combed the world to ask the right people. From Native American shaman to top level scientists working for Hewlett Packard when they conducted scientific tests on the Mitchell-Hedges Skull in 1970.

Excellent bibliography, an excellent beginning to a quality bookcase.
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A little long but ultimately fascinating 30. Januar 2004
Von ladybird - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The concepts contained within this book have implications for all of humanity. Definitely worth a read! Not wanting to make this fascinating subject matter appear too new agey, the authors were very careful to include exhaustive historic details and to explore every possible angle. I admit that I skimmed a couple of the longer chapters, but I was absolutely absorbed by the book as a whole. The story of the crystal skulls is absorbing and enlightening---and certainly a must-read in this era of corporate gluttony and environmental disregard. Highly recommended!
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Extremely informative! 29. September 2003
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a gripping book full of information that reads like a novel. Covering subjects from ancient history to quantum physics there is more information in this one book than I have read in hundreds of others. Startling revelations and theories abound. Highly recommended read!
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Everyone In The World Should Read This Book 27. August 2005
Von Jeff Marzano - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
It's a wonderful surprise when you pick up a book not knowing much about it and it turns out to be so great. That's what happened to me with this book.

Just by reading this one book you can get caught up on the entire new age movement. It touches on many of the main new age ideas.

It also offers a possible theory for the origin of our human race including the time when our dna was converted from a single strand to two strands which contain the memories of both the original earth people and the star people.

These crystal skulls, especially the original 13 that were given to humanity by beings from other planets, are exquisite and priceless works of art. But they are much more. When they have been brought back together they will become an amazing 'living library' of ancient and arcane knowledge.

These skulls can truly be called sacred objects. It is not often that a physical object can be said to possess supernatural properties.

The big question is what is going to happen on 12/21/12 when this current age ends.

Will we enter a new age of peace and wonderous knowledge ?

Or will our human race simply die out as a result of pollution, greed, and violence ? This book has been published at this time to hopefully prevent this from happening.

Only time will tell and we don't have too long to wait.

Jeff Marzano

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Legendary screaming crystal skull sorta likes the book about him 6. Februar 2010
Von E. (Harry) Hernandez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The authors of this book are engagingly innocent, and I mean of the wide-eyed variety. Admittedly, this slightly lazily written book is compelling...I'm a serious anthropologist and couldn't put it down for a good, long while. It has data, details and 1st-person accounts that seem entertaining.

It also holds some no-nonsense, straightforward warnings about humankind's erroneous ways--and I like that. However, this may be construed as a slight "rip-off" after finishing the book, so be warned. This book is full of lectures and frankly, what can one do about things that one is powerless to change? New Agers cannot have their cake and eat it too.

A bit tiresome from square one is the comparison to Indiana Jones. Just because the latest film deals with a crystal skull of sorts does not mean every crystal skull enthusiast can be compared to Indie. Want real-life Indiana Jones? Buy books about Professor Zahi Hawass of Egypt.

However, this book smacks of a lazy, dictaphone-to-manuscript slapdash work. The writers absolutely love beginning their sentences with the word "for" (gets annoying). Also, as nearly a quarter of this book seems to be extensive quotations, I find it truly odd that the people being quoted simply continue on in the style the book is written. This makes any such quotes very, very suspect. In another mode of consideration, the authors sure do want to believe in the absurd--and when you start 'believing', you stop thinking.

The authors can swallow a crystal-waving maniac speaking "super-duper-ancient Tibetan" by 'channeling' one of the skulls. Yet when a respected Smithsonian scientist proves the skulls are all fakes, the authors try to argue. Incredible. This book poses as a scholarly, semi-skeptical work.

Don't be fooled, and you'll be OK with it. These writers are not skeptics and are not prepared to abandon their beloved skulls. That is one of the things that, perversely, I find charming about this book because I can understand passions of that nature. One further note of warning: my book is dated 1998, with original publication in Enland the previous year. I have seen this book listed under several slightly varying titles, and have seen much more than one or two covers. Lastly, I cannot find that there is an edition later than 1998 for the U.S.

So what this might be telling us is that the authors have been carefully updating or revising the book, re-releasing it and hoping these slightly new revised editions will pass for the original edition.

I sure as hell hope not; why would anyone want to do that? It isn't fraud, but then by that logic it isn't necessary, not even to try and boost sales. Sometimes authors do this to create the impression that there is more than one book they have written on the subject, and I feel that is a dishonest practice. On any road, all the tricks have been done before, when the writers are not serious scholars.

Perhaps they missed/misunderstood/ignored the purpose of the stark morality that their own book preaches? The book surely delivers in one area: it is well informed and fact-filled when it comes to the present state of the crystal skulls. Their TRUE HISTORY, well, that is another story. How I wish it could be written, and written better than this. Then again I am famous for being the person who said I'd like to have met the MODERN man who crafted the Mitchell-Hedges crystal skull.
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