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Legend of the Circle of 13 Skulls

A Native American legend that told of a collection of 13 crystal skulls that were said to hold the details of mankind's true purpose and destiny. A variety of crystal skulls have been discovered over the years. Despite efforts to combine 13 of these skulls in one place no evidence of the knowledge said to be contained within them has ever been found. It is now believed that at least some of the skulls were created as recently as the 19th century.

Related entries: Antikythera Mechanism, Crystal Skulls

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