Thots on Indiana Jones 4

United States
June 17, 2008 6:37pm CST
I loved the movie personally, because I've personally been alone with one of the Crystal Skulls, I think 8 or so have been recovered and travel from museum to museum. But a friend of my mother's Pat, who had a friend, was the one who was taking the Crystal Skull whose name was "Max" to a museum, can't remember where. But it was weird, I was fifteen or sixteen at the time, and when they told me to look into its eyes, I thought they had lost their minds. But when they shut me up in a room by myself with him, and I looked into his sockets, I felt and heard things. It was like the empty eye sockets started to warble, kind of like you see stereo speakers, if they have the cover off, those round parts vibrate when the music pours out them, it was kind of like that, almost hypnotic. And I asked it questions, because that's what I was supposed to do, and it answered me back. You probably all think I'm wacked out of my head, but if you get the opportunity to look into one of the crystal skull's eyes and ask questions do it. If anything, you can say you did it and were there.
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@rsa101 (13337)
• Philippines
18 Jun 08
Wow a real life experience in crystal skulls. Well I haven't seen one yet. With regards to the movie how true is it? Is there anything you know about them. It depicts that the crystal skull they have is coming from an alien species.
• United States
18 Jun 08
well from what I've learned from my mom, the skulls are perfectly formed, no cuts, so they couldn't be made by humans, but there's a theory that they were either MADE by aliens, or possibly as the movie theorizes possibly even the bone structure of that particular alien is crystal. Here's a link for more information on "Max" (He's also the largest of the skulls recovered so far) http://www.v-j-enterprises.com/maxcs.html and if that link doesn't work, try "Max the Crystal Skull" in any search link
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@rsa101 (13337)
• Philippines
18 Jun 08
Interesting I was thinking that the movie was a fiction but it seems pretty authentic.
• United States
18 Jun 08
Yeah I think that's why so many people didn't like Indiana 4 because they didn't think it was true, like all of the other movies were based upon true events or supposed true events. The concept of an alien crystal skull just seemed too far-fetched for audiences that they just assumed it had to be fiction.
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@snowy22315 (29971)
• United States
18 Jun 08
I think I saw something about the crystal skulls on the travel channel. I guess they have amazed people for generations. I dont think I have heard alot abou them but they seem intriguing.