Disclose Truth TV introduced a new TV show with the participation of experts: Tarpeya historian Raymond (Raymond Tarpey), a biologist (Jaap van Etten), archeology and ancient history expert Stephen Mehler (Stephen Mehler)
Various experts shared their knowledge intriguing world of crystal skulls. First of all, the historian Raymond Tharp, who specializes in the study of ancient Chinese culture and Mayan culture, related to the history of the Mayan people, which he described as «Adam and Eve of Atlantis.»
«In the story, Eve became pregnant from the skull, and gives birth to twins. According to Edgar Cayce, this crystal is known as Tuaoi, and was used to provide energy for communications in Atlantis, — he continued.
Appearing in the 30-minute piece, Jaap van Etten (Etten), Doctor of Biology, said that the crystal skulls are able to transmit and store different types of information. Crystal skulls have been used by people in different ways, he said. There is a legend compound the original 13 crystal skulls together, which, he believes, is to possess «sufficient information and energy to be able to implement a shift in consciousness.
And every crystal skull, whether modern or ancient, is able to connect to the information system. «Carolyn Ford (Ford), the keeper of the Crystal Skull» Einstein «, described her experience.» Einstein «has given her formula for its medicinal plants, as well as made predictions for the future. «Einstein» sees that people are more and more in harmony with yourself and the planet in 2013.
With respect to some of the ancient crystal skulls were made, he said that some were hand-carved master shaman by hitting Circle.
Referring to the study of Nick Nocerino and Marcel Vogel, Mehler describes the skull as ancient computers that have the ability to both store and transfer energy, and also to raise the level of consciousness. There are various methods to communicate with the skull, including breathing, sound and light, as well as meditation, where you offer questions or use vision — he detailed. Mehler also spoke about his interest in Egypt, and said that after Zahi Hawass (the former chief inspector of Egyptian Antiquities) lost positions, researchers have more access to ancient sites.
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