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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

13 Crystal Skulls and Transformation of Humanity.

I was on the Coast to Coast AM website and noticed an announcement that 3 ancient and rare crystal skulls were scheduled to come together in Sedona, Arizona. I remembered my own small amethyst replica skull of Max or the Texas Crystal Skull. In the early eighties, a small group of us had gathered in a storefront establishment of a local Maryland metaphysical store to see the real Max. The owner of the store had told us we wouldn’t want to miss this opportunity. The ancient crystal skull was able to heal and communicate with those who believed in its power.
I sat there in front of Max for hours asking for a miracle healing for my son, who was born with severe disabilities. In the months and years that passed, his condition didn’t change. I didn’t blame Max. Even though my son experienced many miracles in his short life span, Max wasn’t one of them.  
Max’s keeper JoAnn Parks spoke for a short time telling us how she came to have Max in her possession. Read her powerful story here:  

Thirteen skulls are suppose to exist in the world. There is a lot of disparity surrounding the authenticity and origin of the skulls, and that’s not unusual in this field. According to Native American Cherokee Medicine Man, Harley Swift-Deer Reagan, the skulls were kept inside a pyramid in a formation of tremendous power known as the Ark. The Ark was comprised of the twelve skulls from each of the sacred planets kept in a circle, with the thirteenth skull, the largest, placed in the center of this formation. This thirteenth skull represents the collective consciousness of all the worlds. It holds the knowledge of all the sacred planets. At a pivotal time in humanity's history, the 13 crystal skulls will be reunited to awaken a new era - transforming from an old paradigm into a new world.

To learn more about the history of the skulls and to get a timeline of their appearance check out Crystal Skulls Explorers, an eBook by Joshua Shapiro.

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