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  Crytal Skull (1)

Crytal Skull (1)
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Comment icon #10 Posted by chocolatefairy on 27 December, 2004, 10:24
Beautiful Craftsmanship.
Comment icon #9 Posted by usuario mx on 6 January, 2005, 5:24
Nice!
Comment icon #8 Posted by white feather on 11 February, 2005, 19:46
cool. i thnk dis is a mayan skull which has an unusual feature of bending light thru eye sockets. Even modern techniques find great difficulty in doin dis. Im guessin it was made against the natural axis of the crystal which usually will cause it crack.
Comment icon #7 Posted by ecurtr on 11 May, 2005, 3:03
Actually modern techniques find this quite easy to do, in fact they did it. These crystal skulls have been thouroughly debunked by several authorities and the family of the "explorer" who "found" them has admitted the hoax and that it was, in the words of The Jerk, "a profit deal."
Comment icon #6 Posted by nou on 12 June, 2005, 7:36
looks nice tho
Comment icon #5 Posted by professor chaos on 21 July, 2005, 8:54
Hoax or real, it's beautiful. Who wouldn't take this if offered? Or, more accurately, if they could afford it?
Comment icon #4 Posted by mrchimp11 on 13 August, 2005, 9:50
It looks like an early rapper, with his G-Unit teeth
Comment icon #3 Posted by robrampage on 18 August, 2005, 20:47
No mrchimp11 your geting siO2 based crystal confused with carbon allotrope diamond. Even if it were made of diamond your "process" is implausible. EcurtR =disinformation I suspect.
Comment icon #2 Posted by chocolatefairy on 30 September, 2005, 9:10
Sooooooooo beautiful. I would love to photograph it, touch it and just look at the craftsmanship up close.
Comment icon #1 Posted by little raven on 24 February, 2006, 18:32
I sthis a different skull to the last one, it seems that the last was more mayan (or at least Mayan influence) whereas this one looks a little more modern.... Maybe its just me


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