Crystal Quartz Skulls
Crystal skulls are a metaphor that reality is a consciousness hologram through which the virtual experience is experienced. Many of the "s" = crystal skulls are tools that awaken human consciousness, which refers to the design of the human brain and the metaphorical glass eyes.
A crystal skull is a model of a human skull generally made â€‹â€‹of quartz crystal, but not always, as in the case of the skulls of jade in Cina. The crystal skulls range in size from a few inches to the size of a human or larger head. The age of a skull can be equated, not so much the year that was carved, or place of origin, but the age of the glass that was created; some crystals have thousands of years, while others are more contemporaries. The crystal skulls are most often associated with the ancient Mesoamerican cultures, especially the Maya, which brings us to the Maya Long Count Calendar and related prophecies.
The enigmatic crystal skulls have become a tool of divination to that end, crystals sometimes been thought to have magical powers and are transmitters and receivers of energy.
Large quartz crystal skulls have attracted great interest and fascination since they began to be seen in public and private collections in the second half of the nineteenth century. Some were attributed to Aztec, Mixtec and even Mayan sculptors. Others, it is believed, are examples of Mexican colonial art for use in churches, perhaps as bases for crucifixes.