Saturday, December 5, 2009

Photo of the Moment

Went to see Max, the crystal skull last evening, going again tonight.

Interesting moment in time.


  1. The Krystal Skull will out. All tremble before the Krystal Skull. Cool photo.

  2. I had to google Max, The Texas Crystal Skull as I'd never heard of it. I see it's believed to be between 5,000 and 36,000 years old. Wow, I've never seen anything manmade that old. Very cool.

  3. Mr. Charles...thanks, I rather happy with the photo. Nice to hear your approval.
    Lou...Yes, Max is one of the rare artifacts of time. The big boys and girls all say 'yep, that's a crystal skull. don't know how it was made." there are no tool markings that would yeild a time period. So all the pros say is 'we can't say it not that old. hope this makes sense. I'll try to write better in the morning. There is an energy that is real around this rock. I don't pretend to understand it.

  4. One has to invest energy within the rock in order for the rock to release that energy in equal amounts back. *shrug* Life, for me, is mystical enough without need for stones and artifacts to try to make it more so.

  5. Walking are right right on. Life give you back what you give in.

  6. There could be worse things to believe in, but I am of the same opinion as walking man.

    Check out this National Geographic article about the skulls, most of which originated in Central Mexico. Here's an excerpt from the article, but read the entire article when you have time:|2682131657&kwid=crystal%20skulls%20in%20mexico|2682131657&gclid=CNfJ0eH9wp4CFSFRagodGW34pA

    "In addition, recent electron microscope analyses of skulls by the British Museum and the Smithsonian Institution revealed markings that could only have been made with modern carving implements. Both museums estimate that their skulls date to sometime in the mid- to late 1800s, a time when public interest in ancient cultures was high and museums were eager for pieces to display.

    Its examinations and the fact that no such skull has ever been uncovered at an official archaeological excavation led the British Museum to extrapolate that all of the famed crystal skulls are likely fakes.

    There is passion on both sides of the issue, and the fact remains that no one knows for sure who made these skulls and when. And since there is currently no way to accurately determine the age of such inorganic objects, the mystery will likely continue."

    Glad you are experiencing an energy from it, however.

  7. JadedJ...please post an article from the British Museum that says Max is modern. (by name, I would love to see it) All I can find is 'no comment' about Max being real from the British Muse.
    When it comes to cars, as a metaphore, "If you give an Englishman a peice of tin and he will hammer out a peice of shit.
    Hell it might even apply to food.
    but i digess
    more on Max to follow.

  8. Huh?
    Are you taking those meds you got from Charleston (Mr.)?


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