For whatever reason, this year, which is different from years in the past, I’ve had a lot of people visit my office to reflect on the previous year and speculate on tomorrow’s opportunities. And every one of them has taken notice of my love of skulls, pictures, monuments, odds, and ends of every kind that would be hard to miss for the uninitiated. Even my books that have been published have a purposeful reverence for skulls on the cover of them. So obviously, that provokes questions about my commitment to the seditious side of human life. Then, of course, they see my crystal skull, which can look quite menacing, provoking questions about its crystal ball-like appearance. And my response to those questions about why I have it is obvious, “because I like to destroy my enemies in their sleep.” Consistently with this is a look of shock followed by my continued statement, “of course, there has to be some defense mechanism against all the forces of liberalism and jaw-dropping collectivism that inhabits the minds of the malicious. That crystal skull destroys people from the inside out and rearranges their personal constitutions making a mess of their sanity, and it works great. Why fight people face to face when you don’t have to, except for the traditional measures of valor, fairness, and justice? When you have people coming at you from every direction and all levels of maliciousness, you need some reason to thin out the herd, which is why I love this guy,” I say, holding my crystal skull. Usually, the meeting of seasonal greetings ends at that point, and the conversation ends with well wishes and goodbyes, then backward glances as they make haste to be somewhere else.
I am, of course, referring to what people believe is the nature of crystal skulls which is quite a thing in New Age speculation that people have been wondering about since the Mitchell-Hedges crystal skull was found in Belize by his adopted daughter while he was looking for the lost continent of Atlantis. Since Plato wrote about Atlantis, people have been looking for the lost civilization, which has picked up steam recently in very positive ways. There has been a lot of debate about the crystal skulls ever since that 1920s discovery, as most conventional archaeologists have deemed them all hoaxes. For whatever reason, many of the crystal skulls that have been found have been located in that region of central Mexico, including the one I have had a small obsession with that is currently in the British Museum. I made a pilgrimage there a few years ago to see it for myself; it’s a little less polished than the Mitchell-Hedges skull, but it’s on a big stage with all kinds of interesting stories behind it. Once there, I had a pretty sizable argument with the curator, who was on staff at the time and was tired of my questions about the display. It’s a similar story there that there is at the Cincinnati Museum Center’s display on the Cincinnati Tablet. These objects just don’t fit the historical record as they have been introduced, and museum personnel really don’t know where to showcase them or in what historical timeline. Are they Indian in nature or something else? I am in the “something else” camp. I think there is a lot of merit to the Mitchell-Hedges pursuit of finding Atlantis where he was looking. The various mound cultures all over planet earth indicate a global culture obsessed with observations from the sky that existed before the last Ice Age uniformly everywhere, indeed not regionally, and following the scientific rules of diffusion and cultural migration that is linear in its evolution.
I love skulls for lots of complicated reasons, most of which make them esoteric symbols of life, not the death that they are utilized during the golden age of pirates. I like them for both reasons, for the punishment of enemies, but mainly as the symbols of life where the cell structure of varied lifeforms that make up a human body collect to form an individual person, out of the goo of all life energy that exists. The skeleton of a person gives something for all that life to hang onto, which makes an opportunity for a focused life that otherwise wouldn’t occur. The skulls then become symbols of that transition from life potential goo and the collection of it into a human body for the development of imagination and thought, what I think are the most miraculous elements in the entire universe, in whatever lifeform they collect in. The development of human imagination and intellect is a miracle of nature captured within a skull, and everything is built around it. And the crystal nature of the purest quartz that many of the crystal skulls are made of communicates with other life forms and energy that exist outside our everyday 4-dimensional existence. We are dealing with at all times over 11-dimensional realities, so it’s a developing science to understand how and why things work. I tend to think that crystal skulls are part of the ancient technology category, much like some future culture would ponder our cell phones of today, 4000 or 10,000 years from now, and their use of silicone chips and quartz to store information.
I have run experiments on some of my quartz crystal skulls, and I can report that with them, there is usually a 10 to 15% buff to the reaches of my personality. I have worked to correct sentimental desires from such an experiment, but the results are noticeable. The ability to communicate beyond terrestrial limits opens up many opportunities, but it can be dangerous. Information is free-flowing, so madness or deceit can be the result for many people. There is a reason that occult references were very popular in our entertainment culture, such as in The Wizard of Oz where crystal balls were used as a convenient plot device. People at a subconscious level understand these things, and they run deep into our past as a culture that goes beyond their use as a taboo meant to discourage their use for the forces that want to control human thought and action in our visible reality. But suppose you have a forceful and resolute personality. In that case, the ability of crystal objects, like balls, skulls, or even jewelry, can certainly increase that influence across multi-dimensional realities for good or evil. This is similar to the use of Urim and Thummim from the adventures in the wilderness of Mt. Sinai, where Moses, Aaron, and the various high priests of the evolving Israelites spoke to God in the presence of the Ark of the Covenant. See Exodus 28:30 for just one of the references.
Paranormal research, to me, is just science waiting to be discovered; I don’t see anything hoaky about any of it. Ghosts are likely explained by an individual spiritual energy that has simply lost their bodies or in bodies that exist on another level of reality found quantumly in dimensions higher than the four we operate in. So there is a lot more going on that we don’t understand because our science hasn’t figured it out yet. And I think in many ways we are more advanced today than we were 10,000 years ago, but in other ways, there is obviously a lot of technology, especially in interacting with multi-dimensional existence that was far superior in the past, just as we see in the moving around of big rocks. There was obvious technology available in the past that we have forgotten presently, which is why the rationalization I had with the staff at the British Museum was so preposterous. He believed that the British Museum crystal skull was a hoax because he couldn’t accept that very ancient people could have made it. After all, the technology wasn’t available until very recently. That has never sat well with me; its scientifically lazy, and now that we’ve seen to what extent a government will lie to people, with Covid, with election fraud, over just about everything, then I think everything the government has said about anything is subject to a reappraisal. And ultimately, my love of skulls reminds me to consider everything when making decisions, not just what is seen, but what is unseen, or not so easily seen, in the light of our living day because there is so much more just beyond our site that has an impact on a successful day and the treasures that are possible in a living life.