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Philippe's Introduction to Skulls and The Skulls He Carries Everyday

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Philippe's Introduction to Skulls and The Skulls He Carries Everyday

In my pocket since childhood Since I`m a kid, I walk with 2 palm stones in my pockets. Inexpensive treasures: You can pick them yourself in riverbeds, and they`ll be as beautiful as you can be patient to find them. Reliable: contrary to parents, they will not disappear when you most need them. They enjoy being caressed, the more the better for both partners. The more you do it, the more patina, beautiful and so smooth in hand. Much later, visiting a monastery, I discovered carved and polished palm stones the monks were using as hand radiators. Their cells were...

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Crystals and Crop Circles

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Crystals and Crop Circles

Henge skulls is based in Avebury UK, which has been the centre of gravity of crop circle activities for the last 30 years. During those 30 years, portraits appeared in the fields. 2 were human portrait, but the 5 or 6 others were aliens. Many people described us as “stardust”. Many of us long, like ET who wants to “go home”, to reconnect with the stars, and whatever family we might have up there. I do believe that we would be emotionally much more balanced if we could reconnect with this family, with the stars, with the rest of the...

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Sapphire Human Skulls

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Sapphire Human Skulls

Sapphire The dark blue colour of Sapphire fits with the colour of the Third Eye Chakra. Sapphire is thus known as 'the wisdom stone': blue Sapphire is great for activating intuition and psychic abilities; it helps to focus the intuition, and by doing so often calms the mind by releasing unwanted thoughts. Thanks to focus, it alleviates spiritual confusion bringing about a feeling of serenity and is also helpful for those who desire self-discipline. Sapphire is one of the hardest stones, making it hard to carve and shape; round pieces are so hard to make that none can be found in...

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Femininity Developments

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Femininity Developments

As I said in my last blog post our female skulls still need some more work to accurately represent a female skull. The picture attached is one of a few "work in progresses".

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Femininity Developments

Posted by Philippe Ullens on

Femininity Developments

As I said in my last blog post our female skulls still need some more work to accurately represent a female skull. The picture attached is one of a few "work in progresses".

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