Monday, June 13, 2011

Texas woman goes on tour with her 'ancient' crystal skull 'Max'...that talks to her, she claims

His name is "Max." He is made of clear quartz and was discovered nearly 100 years ago in a Mayan tomb in Guatemala.  Max is believed to be between 5,000 and 36,000 years old, and ancient legend has it that Max is one of 13 life-size crystal skulls that exist in the world. It is also known for partly inspiring the crystal skull in the most recent Indiana Jones film, according to his keeper, JoAnn Parks.
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Austrian Druids claim there's less traffic accidents with them draining negative energy from high accident roadway!
Austrian druids are campaigning for local transport officials to put them on the books after they slashed the number of accidents at a notorious black spot to zero by putting up negative energy draining monoliths.
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No charges for Texas psychic who gave false tip
The so-called psychic who called in a tip to authorities about bodies buried in a Liberty County home will not face charges. That tip turned out to be false. According to Liberty County officials, there was no criminal intent in the tip, which is why no legal action will be pursued.
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Doomsday prophet (and bicycle repairman) is charged in Malaysia for wrongly predicting End of the World!
t's bad enough that the world didn't end on May 21 for followers of Christian fringe group leader Harold Camping, but things got worse for a Malawian disciple who pleaded guilty for distributing false leaflets about the end of the world.  Saduki Mwambene, a 39-year-old bicycle repairman, got six month suspended sentence for distributing pamphlets about Camping's doomsday predictions, Agence France Presse reported on June 12.
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