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Originally posted by dannotz
reply to post by Scott495
Not made well?
the authentic skulls arent even replicable.
Our technology isn't GOOD ENOUGH to make a skull like the Mitchell Skull...
...read the thread, or atleast search it for questions you have.
The earliest published reference to the skull is the July 1936 issue of the British anthropological journal Man, where it is described as being in the possession of Mr. Sydney Burney, a London art dealer who is said to have owned it since 1933. No mention was made of Mitchell-Hedges. There is documentary evidence that Mitchell-Hedges bought it from Burney in 1944. The skull was in the custody of Anna Mitchell-Hedges, the adopted daughter of Frederick. She steadfastly refused to let it be examined by experts (making very doubtful the claim that it was reported on by R. Stansmore Nutting in 1962). Somewhere between 1988–1990 Anna Mitchell-Hedges toured with the skull.
Psychics have also channelled messages through the skull, messages about a change that is coming, a change associated with 2012