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The Mystery of the Crystal Skulls

by Chris Morton and Ceri Louise Thomas - £12.99  HarperCollins (1998)
paperback    ISBN 13: 9780722534861 | ISBN 10: 0722534868

An old Native American legend tells of 13 crystal skulls the size of human skulls that were said to contain information about the origins and destiny of humankind.
 
The legend said that one day, at a time of great need, all the crystal skulls would be rediscovered and brought together to reveal their information vital to the future of humanity.
 
Early last century, a real crystal skull was discovered by a British explorer deep in the jungles of Central America. Since then, several other crystal skulls have also come to light.
 
As enigmatic as the Pyramids of Egypt, the Great Sphinx, or Stonehenge, the crystal skulls have created a storm of archaeological controversy...
 
* What were the incredible results of the tests carried out on the skulls by the scientists at computer company Hewlett Packard?
 
* Do the crystal skulls really possess telepathic qualities, allowing us to see deep into the past and predict the future?
 
* Why do Native American elders claim the crystal skulls are stores of great knowledge, programmed with an important message for humankind?
 
In a detective story of the ancient world with overwhelming implications for the modern one, the authors set out on an incredible quest to find out the truth.

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