Author: Oenoanda
•10:59
Mi-e simpatic Dan Aykroyd, si vazand publicitatea "virala" pe care si-a facut-o in 2009 la vodka pe care o vinde in cranii de sticla nu pot sa nu ma intreb daca in spatele seriozitatii cu care vorbeste de "lumea invizibila", "spiritul pur" si alte tampenii paranormale nu se ascunde de fapt o gluma. Din pacate, se pare ca nu.


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2 comments:

On 20 martie 2010, 12:34 , John Doe Jersey spunea...

Cateva comentarii.
- Craniile nu provin de pe santiere arheologice documentate ci au iesit de pe piata neagra a artifactelor. Asta pune puternic sub semnul intrebarii autenticitatea lor.
- Au fost realizate folosind unelte moderne, dupa cum arata studii ale British Museum & Smithsonian Institute. Mai mult, British Museum a arata ca materialul din care este facut craniul aflat in posesia lor nu putea fi accesibil Maiasilor/Aztecilor.
- "Sfideaza logica si legile fizicii". Exact ce ar trebui sa insemne asta? Sau macar ce lege sfideaza?

 
On 20 martie 2010, 12:57 , Oenoanda spunea...

Study of two large crystal skulls in the collections of the British Museum and the Smithsonian Institution

"The results of this programme of research into carving technology, sources of quartz and early history combine to demonstrate that the life-size rock crystal skull in the British Museum and the larger white quartz skull in the Smithsonian Institution are not ancient, but are of relatively modern manufacture. The results are published online by the Journal of Archaeological Science: ‘The origin of two purportedly pre-Columbian Mexican crystal skulls’, Journal of Archaeological Science (2008) by M. Sax, J.M. Walsh, I.C. Freestone, A.H. Rankin and N.D. Meeks."