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The Crystal Skull: A Mystery and Controversy

To me the crystal skull story is very intriguing as it’s covered in a shroud of mystery and controversy. Let’s take a look at some of the famous crystal skulls known.

The Skulls :

Mitchell-Hedges Skull :

Anna Mitchell-Hedge-Crystal Skull

Anna Mitchell-Hedges
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One of the most famous crystal skull known today is the so called ancient pre-columbian Mesoamerican civilization crystal skull found in 1924 by Anna Mitchell-Hedges, the adopted daughter of British adventurer and popular author F.A. Mitchell-Hedges. She claims that she found this crystal skull buried under a collapsed altar of a temple in Lubaantun, in British Honduras, now Belize.

One of the claims at the Mitchell Hedges website is that its impossible to replicate even with modern machinery. So Nat Geo contracted Barry Liu owner of Skullis to have a go at making an exact replica and they managed to make an exact replica in 8 days.
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Angkor Wat: Rise and fall of an empire

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Angkor Wat Temple – Siem Reap – Cambodia
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Inhabitants of Cambodia were one of the first peoples of Southeast Asia, although scholars continue to debate whether they migrated principally from southern China or India. The oldest vestiges of pre-historic Cambodia (stone made tools) were found in the cave of Laan Spean in Battambang with evidence suggesting the cave was inhabited around 6,000 years ago. Information is scarce although it is known that some pre-historic groups occupied caves, while others occupied large earthen mounds in lowland areas. These groups lived through rice cultivation and animal husbandry and practiced animism, worshiping both the spirits of the land and their ancestors.
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