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Mexican is not racial. It is a nationality. So, you really made no racial remark at all. Same as saying Russian, Polish, or BrazilianRACIAL HUMOR WARNING!
Because Mexicans get paid by the hour.
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Based on personal experience, I would say that mind to mind communication can happen with no intermediary device. Crystal skulls may help.That's very interesting. I wonder, though, if this experiment would have worked without the prop? I mean, was the skull strictly necessary? It is possible you were connected with your friend anyway. Sounds like an interesting thing to pursue.
If memory serves me correctly, quartz DOES resonate at certain frequencies, that is why it is used in precise timing instruments. But I have never heard of it storing any information.I sort of think they were made to honor the dead in some way. If you think about it, they didn't make a "face" they made a skull, the thing that is left after you die and decay. Perhaps they thought that they could communicate with the dead that way. Quartz is also believed to resonate at certain frequencies. We use it in watches and in computers to store information. Perhaps they were able to "upload" information to it for others to "download" hence why the ancients say they received information from it. Perhaps the quartz just amplified higher brain waves allowing the individual to tap into some information but thinking it was someone else who was giving them the information? ...