‘Max’ The Crystal Skull Returns to The Nook
May 31, 2018 03:59PM
JoAnn Parks and Max
“Max”, reportedly the largest known crystal skull, returns with its owner, JoAnn Parks, to The Kent-Cook Institute at The Nook, A School of Metaphysics, Mysticism and Healing, in Davidson, from 1 to 6 p.m., June 1; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including an evening lecture at 6:30 p.m., June 2; and 9 to 11 a.m., June 3. Known as “The Texas Crystal Skull”, it was found in Guatemala, given by indigenous healers to an American healer who had become a Red Hat Lama in Tibetan Buddhism, relocated to Houston, and was given to Parks before the Lama made his transition.
“Max” is thought to be 36,000 years old and theorized by some of possessing energy and power to help heal and provide visions and insights. Legend is that there are 13 authentic pieces of quartz crystal shaped in the form of a human skull, and one day all will be rediscovered and brought together so their collective wisdom can be accessed for the benefit of all mankind.
Private sessions with “Max” as well as readings for groups of four can also be arranged.
“Our experience at The Nook when sitting with ‘Max’ ranges from a simple ‘wow’ to tears, to pages of written information, and even ‘that changed my life’! say Marsha and Heidi of The Nook. “When you ‘sit’ with ‘Max’, the experience is yours and yours alone. Even [in] a group of four, what you receive is between you and ‘Max’. Will you discover answers, unlock wisdom, or receive instantaneous healing?”
Costs: private sessions -- $60/half-hour; group readings -- $45/person; Sat. evening lecture -- $45. Location: 400 North Harbor Place, Ste. C. For more information or to reserve an appointment or a lecture seat, call 704-896-3111 or visit KentCookInstitute.com.