posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 11:50 AM
Mayan crystal skull believed to have been owned by SS chief Heinrich Himmler discovered in Germany
A MYSTERIOUS crystal skull thought to have belonged to Hitler’s SS chief Heinrich Himmler has been discovered in Germany. The artefact, found
resting on a beam beneath the roof of a house in a Bavarian village, has excited treasure hunters.
They believe it may be part of a larger trove of bounty once owned by the most sinister man in Nazi Germany.
Indications are that it was part of a series worshipped by ancient Mayan cultures in what is now Mexico – where, legend has it, the skulls are vital
to stop the world ending next year.
Himmler, who oversaw the extermination of Jews, was spellbound by myths and legends until his suicide after being captured by the British.
He financed expeditions all over the world by Indiana Jones-type SS men seeking proof of the “supremacy” of Aryan man.
The skull, which weighs nearly 20lbs, is of the same design as the death’s head on the uniforms of Himmler’s henchmen.
It was found in the home of an old lady once married to a high-ranking SS officer and is now in the hands of Swiss journalist Luc Burgin, who said:
“I am 99% sure that this is one of the skulls of the Mayans, but we need clarity and all available tests will be carried out to ascertain
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