JoAnn Parks, the owner of Max, the world's largest known crystal skull, shared the story of how she came into possession of the artifact, and also explained its unique properties and effects. Used by Mayan priests in Guatemala, the ancient skull was given to a Tibetan healer named Norbu Chen who was studying with them. Subsequently, Parks worked with Chen at a healing center in Houston, and he bequeathed the skull to her.
The skull telepathically communicated to Parks, informing her that his name was Max. Eventually she got in touch with Nick Nocerino, a paranormal researcher and expert in crystal skulls, who told her "I have been looking for that skull since 1949." Max has been studied by a variety of archeologists, gemologists, anthropologists and geologists, as well as examined with an electron microscope at the British Museum.
It's been determined to be a hand carved object (in contrast to modern crystal skulls) made out of five different layers of crystals growing together, which could account for its distinctive energy pattern, Parks noted. Traveling with Max across the country, she has allowed people to spend time with him, and they have reported experiencing a variety of inspirations, visions and emotional responses. For those wishing to contact JoAnn Parks, her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
First half-hour guest, analyst Ryan Mauro commented on terrorism threats this summer. Al Qaeda training camps are flourishing in Pakistan, and there is vague intelligence that a cell could be on its way to the US, he said.
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