October 20, 2008
The Mystery of the Crystal Skulls: Unlocking the Secrets of the Past, Present, and Future
By Chris Morton and Ceri Louise Thomas
Publisher: Bear & Company (March 2002)
Pages: 387 - Price: $20.00
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
One of this past summer's blockbusters at movie theaters was the new Indiana Jones adventure film starring Harrison Ford. The Mystery of the Crystal Skulls explains the real enigmatic roots of the items that inspired the new movie.
This nonfiction, well-illustrated book deals with the Native American legend of thirteen life-size crystal skulls. Each skull is said to contain information about the true destiny of humankind. This book follows the journey to discover the secret hiding places of these crystal skulls, starting in the ancient temples of Maya to England. What each skull contains is also information about the coming earth changes.
The book focuses on locating and unlocking the secrets of the past, present, and future found in these remarkable skulls. The book does read like an adventure story!
Well written, educational, and entertaining, this is a book you will enjoy for its information and insights. As an ancient wisdom approach, this book is full of discoveries, and at the heart of these discoveries are the thirteen crystal skulls. Give it a read, you won't be sorry you did! The book is an enjoyable reading adventure, full of surprises, and hope!
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