Unearthed at the ancient Mayan city of Lubaantum
"...a human size and shaped, clear quartz skull, 11.7 lbs, two pieces with a separate jaw, discovered in Lubaantum (now Belize) in 1924 in the ruins of a Mayan City by F. A. Mitchell-Hedges. This skull is currently near Toronto, Canada with Anna Mitchell-Hedges, his adopted daughter. The skull is an almost absolute copy of our own human skull except it is circular in the temples and has a handle like form in the cheekbones. When the skull is not activated, it is clear as glass. ANCIENT" - an opinion of Joshua Shapiro, the Crystal Skull Explorer. The most known crystal skull is called the Mitchell-Hedges Skull. It's particularly famous because it's very similar in form to a modern human skull. Scientists still do not know how the skull was constructed and who made it. The Mitchell-Hedges skull is made of clear quartz crystal and both cranium and mandible appear to originate from the same solid block. It is almost an anatomically accurate replica of a human skull. The cranial measurements of other crystal skulls are definitely not the same as present human skulls.
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