From The Discoverers, the Origin and direct source of all Nebula Stone
Our "Realistic" Nebula Skulls are masterfully carved with attention to fine detail. Look closely at the "Realistic" Nebula Skulls, the quality and level of detail and complexity are apparent throughout the carving in the mandibular area, the mastoid and zygomatic processes, the concha and ethmoid bone of the nasal area, to even the nuanced dip of the aveolar processes above the teeth. The teeth are nicely done, well defined and skillfully carved.
The intricate workmanship in these Realistic Nebula Crystal Skulls is superior, making them amongst the most highly prized of the rare Gemstone Crystal Skulls.
True skull length is measured from the tip of chin
diagonally to longest point of rear of skull. True skull length plus at least 2
more inches is the very minimum size of a rough Nebula Stone boulder needed to
make the skull.
Click The Nebula Skull for more pictures:
The Nebula Skull
Planet Earth's Largest Nebula Stone Crystal Skull The Nebula Skull
Rarer than Diamonds.
The Enduring, Eternal Gift of Nebula Stone
* A Caution to the Gemstone Crystal Skull community Kambaba Jasper is NOT Nebula Stone
Gemstone Crystal Skull Carvings
Alien Head Gemstone Crystal Skull Carvings
13 Alien Shaped Mayan Skulls Unearthed in Mexico
13 Alien Shaped Mayan Skulls unearthed by archeologists in Mexico cemetery.
The 1,000 year old cemetery was discovered by residents of a small Mexican village as they were building an irrigation canal.
The most important implication would be to extend the boundary of the Mesoamerican influence, and thus the Mayan Skull shaping culture.
Kambaba Jasper is NOT Nebula Stone
Back to Nebula Stone Carvings
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
"Did you see those Nebula Skulls?"
Newly updated: The Discovery of Nebula Stone "The Enchantment of Nebula Stone"
* NEW Large Exquisite Nebula Palm Stones High graded
* NEW Chocolate Galaxy
* NEW Collector Gallery
"The Cosmos a Spacetime Odyssey" with Neil Degrasse Tyssen
If you wish you may share our link with others, just copy and paste www.nebulastone.com into your email.
Privacy: We do not give, sell, trade nor share any of your info!! It’s your stuff.
Color and appearance may vary depending on your
monitor and settings.
Crystals and Stones are not a substitute for medical treatment.
Nebula Stone makes no claims, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
If you need help in any way please consult your doctor or other health care practitioner regarding health issues.
Copyright© 1995-2021 Nebula Stone™
the sole source of all Nebula Stone ™ or related Nebula type stones.
All rights reserved.
Information below is from WWW. Wikipedia. com
skull is a model of a human skull.
People who believe in the psychic power of crystal skulls say that the skulls are a center of radiant psychic energy and have the power to increase happiness and improve people's lives just by being held, handled and spoken with; others have suggested that crystal skulls can be used like crystal balls, to aid divination.
Perhaps the most famous and enigmatic skull was allegedly discovered in 1926 by Anna Le Guillon Mitchell-Hedges, adopted daughter of famed archaeologist F.A. Mitchell-Hedges.
In an affidavit from 1968 printed in Richard Garvin's "The Crystal Skull", Anna Hedges claims that she found the skull buried under a collapsed altar inside a temple in Lubaantun (Garvin, photo 25), in British Honduras, now Belize. In a letter to the author in 1970, she also stated that she was "told by the few remaining Maya, and was used by the high priest to will death" (Garvin 93). The artifact is sometimes referred to as "The Skull of Doom", either because of its seemingly inexplicable properties and the supposed ill-luck of those who have handled it, or perhaps a play on 'Skull of Dunn' (Dunn being an associate of Mitchell-Hedges). Anna Mitchell Hedges toured with the skull from 1967 and continued to give interviews about the artifact until her death in 2007.
The skull was made from a block of clear quartz (although the jaw detaches), 5 inches (13 cm) high, 7 inches (18 cm) long and 5 inches wide. It is about the size of a small human cranium, with near perfect detail. In 1970, art restorer Frank Dorland claimed that he was given permission to submit the skull to tests at the internal Hewlett-Packard Laboratories. He claimed that the skull featured some anomalies. According to Dorland, the skull had been carved with total disregard to the natural crystal axis and no metal tools were used. Dorland claimed he was unable to find any tell-tale scratch marks, except for traces of mechanical grinding on the teeth. From tiny patterns near the carved surfaces, Dorland determined it was first chiseled into rough form, probably using diamonds. The finer shaping, grinding and polishing, Frederick claimed, was done with sand over a period of 150 to 300 years. Norman Hammond later reported that holes, intended for support pegs, were drilled by metal. Although various claims have been made over the years regarding the skull's physical properties, such as an allegedly constant temperature of 70°F (21°C), Dorland reported that it was no different from other natural quartz crystals. In an attempt to find out if the crystal was pure crystalline quartz and not glass or another mineral, Hewlett-Packard submerged the crystal in Benzyl alcohol, which has the same diffraction coefficient (Garvin 75). The skull became invisible inside the tank, showing that it was indeed pure crystalline quartz. By exposing the submerged skull to polarized light, the Hewlett-Packard team also showed that that the skull was made from a single left-handed growing crystal (Garvin 75-76). No evidence on this matter has been provided by Hewlett-Packard, so it is unknown whether these tests were ever carried out, and later tests determined that the skull was carved using 19th century jeweler's tools, conflicting with Dorland's results and agreeing with Hammond's.
Mitchell-Hedges mentioned the skull in the first edition of his autobiography, Danger My Ally (1954), without specifying where or by whom it was found. He merely stated that "it is at least 3,600 years old and according to legend was used by the High Priest of the Maya when performing esoteric rites. It is said that when he willed death with the help of the skull, death invariably followed". Later editions of Danger My Ally omitted the skull entirely.
Eugène Boban, main French dealer in pre-Columbian artefacts during the second half of the 19th century and possible source of many famous skulls The earliest published reference to the skull is the July 1936 issue of Man (a British anthropological journal), where it is described as in the possession of Mr. Sydney Burney, a London art dealer, who was said to have owned it since 1933. No mention was made of Mitchell-Hedges. There is documentary evidence that he 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 that claim that it was reported on by R.Stansmore Nutting in 1962). Somewhere between 1988-1990 Anna Mitchell-Hedges toured with the skull. Visiting several locations - one of these sites was Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry New York.
 Research into crystal skull origins
Research carried out on several crystal skulls by the British Museum in 1996 has shown that the indented lines marking the teeth (for these skulls had no separate jawbone, unlike the Mitchell-Hedges skull) were carved using jeweler's equipment (rotary tools) developed in the 19th century, making a supposed pre-Columbian origin even more dubious. The type of (rather poor quality) crystal is Brazilian, and unknown within the Aztec or Maya territories. The study concluded that the skulls were crafted in the 19th century in Germany.
The British Museum crystal skull and the one at Paris' Musée de l'Homme (half-sized) were both originally sold by Eugène Boban, a French collector of pre-Columbian artifacts and antiques dealer who ran his business in Mexico City between 1860 and 1880. The British Museum crystal skull transited through New York's Tiffany's, whilst the Musée de l'Homme's crystal skull was donated by a collector who had bought it from Boban.
An investigation carried out by the Smithsonian Institution in 1992 on a crystal skull provided by an anonymous source who claimed to have purchased it in Mexico City in 1960 and that it was of Aztec origin concluded that it, too, was made in recent ages and that it originated with Boban. According to the Smithsonian, Boban acquired the crystal skulls he sold from sources in Germany; findings that are in keeping with those of the British Museum.
Crystal skulls in fiction
Crystal Skull a mystery novel by Rob MacGregor (author of several Indiana Jones novels), 1991
Max McCoy's four Indiana Jones novels feature segments on Indy's search for a Crystal Skull;
Indiana Jones and the Philosopher's Stone, 1995
Indiana Jones and the Dinosaur Eggs, 1996
Indiana Jones and the Hollow Earth, 1997
Indiana Jones and the Secret of the Sphinx, 1999
The fourth Indiana Jones film has been titled Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
A crystal skull is one of the possible random quest objectives in Indiana Jones and His Desktop Adventures.
A crystal skull is one of the Twenty Treasures of Zork from the Infocom text adventure Zork I.
The comic strip The Phantom has made use of the Crystal Skulls in several stories. The plot of the 1990s movie The Phantom, based on the comic strip, revolved around skulls with magic powers; however, these were of jade, gold, and silver, not crystal.
A crystal skull is major theme in the comic strip Martin Mystère, Nr. 11.
An episode of the television series Stargate SG-1 dealt with crystal skulls, in which the crystal skull was an artifact left behind from an ancient alien civilization that transported people between earth and the homeworld of the ancient aliens that created the skull. It also allowed people to be sent to another dimension (out of phase) when the teleportation was interrupted before it was finished
In the horror-comedy film House 2, the Crystal Skull is a mystical artifact that is sought after by ghosts and other supernatural creatures.
In the PlayStation role playing game Persona 2: Innocent Sin, Crystal Skulls play a significant role in the plot, being used by the villains to steal humans' dreams and bring about the apocalypse. One also appears in the sequel, Persona 2: Eternal Punishment.
In the PlayStation 2 game Devil May Cry 3, a crystal skull is used to advance in Mission 7.
In the PlayStation 2 role playing game Shadow Hearts: From the New World, Crystal Skulls play a role in the puzzles at Chichen Itza.
In the PlayStation 3, PC, and Xbox 360 game Assassin's Creed, an in-game email states that the Abstergo company of modern Templars are locating and using some of the Mitchell-Hedges skulls as secure means of communication, 2007.
The manga Spriggan shows a crystal skull that can destroy a location or a structure if power is applied to it properly.
In an episode of the animated television series M.A.S.K., a Mayan crystal skull gives its owner the power to see through objects.
In the PlayStation survival horror game Parasite Eve II, the crystal skull is used as a support accessory benefitting the character in some way.
Two releases by Raja Ram, a 2001 album entitled The Mystery of the Thirteen Crystal Skulls, and another 2003 album entitled The Secret of the Thirteen Crystal Skulls, are both direct references to the modern legend. They are compilations of psychedelic trance artists on Tip.World records.
"Crystal Skull" is the name of a song by the metal band Mastodon from their 2006 release Blood Mountain, and the whole album is based on the concept of finding a crystal skull.
In the webcomic The Adventures of Fifine, Fifine is searching for a crystal skull, one of the artifacts left behind by the mysterious human race.
In American Dragon Jake Long, the Huntsclan is attempting to gather the thirteen crystal skulls to achieve their goal of destroying all magical creatures. However, in the end, the skulls end up destroying the Huntsclan.
In "Sidekicks Don't Kiss", an episode of the animated series The Tick, the episode's lead villain briefly frightened the Tick by claiming to have a crystal skull. However, it was actually just a baseball.
A crystal skull is one of the central objects in L.J. Smith's literary series, The Secret Circle. It was a Master Tool of the original New Salem Coven and is magically transformed in the last book to become the villain's actual (inside his head) skull.
A crystal skull appears in several Jack Flanders radio adventures.
Maxis produced a PC game called the Crystal Skull.
In the science fiction series Atlantis by Greg Donegan (Bob Mayer), the crystal skulls are created during battle against the shadow where the psychic energies released were too much for the flesh of the priestess of atlantis (and their descendents) to endure, and crystalized the living bone of their skulls.
In the movie The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines, the Librarian can be seen presenting a crystal skull to the library of artifacts.
In the video game Return to Castle Wolfenstein, one of the secret "treasure" items that can be found by the player is a crystal skull.
In the video game Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow the protoagonists Jack Sparrow and Will Turner are captured in Panama while trying to steal a crystal skull.
In the novel The Fifth Horseman: A Sleepy Hollow Legend by Gregg Gonzalez, a crystal skull plays an important role in the defeat of the Headless Horseman, being used as a prison for its soul and later being hidden away to hopefully prevent the Horseman from ever rising again.
The third episode of Veritas: The Quest uses one of the crystal skulls as its major plot point.
In an Nancy Drew PC Adventure Game released in October 2007 the young sleuth will be traveling to New Orleans with her friend Bess to uncover a murder having to deal with the Crystal Skulls in Nancy Drew: Legend of the Crystal Skull.
An Indiana Jones-themed attraction at Tokyo DisneySea, is titled Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull. However, the ride is not officially related to the fourth film with the similar name, entitled Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
The 90's adventure game Flight of the Amazon Queen features a crystal skull as a major quest item.
'Crystal Skull' is a salvage item in the online game City of Heroes.
'Crystal Skulls' is the title of a song off the album Shpongle Remixed, originally released TIP World Mystery of the 13 Crystal Skulls compilation.
In episode "Mayans Ruined" of the first season of the animated television series Delilah and Julius, they recover a mystical crystal skull.
An indie pop band from Seattle is called Crystal Skulls.
In Super Robot Wars Original Generation 2 Rai uses the Crystal Skull, as well as the Golden Rock, as an analogy to explain the mysterious existence of the Chojikin to Ryusei.
The collectible card game Illuminati: New World Order has a card for the Crystal Skull.
"A Crystal Skull in Peru" is the name of a song by the experimental/ambient group Cloaks
The above information is from Wikipedia . com
Crystal Spheres The Discovery of Nebula Stone Home
"Just like the Nebulas, Just like Ourselves,
Everything is Reborn and Continues."