PRLog - April 9, 2014 - Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico - In 2013, a new crystal skull was found in the Yucatan Peninsula. One of the most famous crystal skulls found in the area was the Mitchell-Hedges skull. It has been a unique and mysterious wonder how these skulls were created. There are many theories as to how, why, and by whom the skulls were made for. Some hypotheses to the story surrounding these curious skulls are by ancient native artisans, artists from Lemuria or Atlantis, as well as by extraterrestrials.
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It appears that the skull was not carved out of metal tools as it is completely scratchless. The Mitchell-Hedges skull’s eye sockets are similar to small concave lenses that transfer light from a under the skull into the upper side of the cranium. The bone arches along the front and sides of the cranium are completely and accurately shaped. They serve as light avenues that channel more light from the bottom of the skull into the eye sockets. The interior of the skull also magnifies and brightens objects held below it. The skull also changes color periodically.
Previously, the Mayan Crystal Skull and the Amethyst Skull were found in the area. The Mayan Crystal Skull is completely clear while the Amethyst Skull is made out of purple quartz. If you are interested in seeking out these crystal skulls on your own Indiana Jones-esque adventure, look to Trans Caribbean Trust to help you secure a gorgeous, oceanfront, property in the land of the Maya, also known as the Kingdom of The Crystal Skulls. Trans Caribbean Trust has 100 years of combined real estate experience. They provide both domestic and foreign clients with a complete package to own oceanfront
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