An ancient Mayan skull stolen from Tibet by Nazis – said to have magical powers to enable humanity to survive the December 2012 apocalypse – has been dropped by a lab assistant in eastern Germany, chipping its chin.
The volcanic rock skull, named Quauthemoc, was dropped – or, more eerily, may have fallen of its own accord – during a photo-shoot at a laboratory in the small town of Glauchau, Saxony.
The 43-year-old amateur historian calls his Mayan skull Quauthemoc, and says it is one of 13 magic skulls that will help humanity survive the impending apocalypse on December 21, 2012 – the last day of the Mayan calendar.
“The prophecy says that the skulls will reveal a secret knowledge to humanity on that day,” said Ritter. “But I can’t say more than that. The skulls might start speaking or something, but I have no idea.”
Uh oh, wouldn’t you have hated to be the one to drop this? What if it broke and YOU were responsible for the world ending on 2012 because that skull was the key to survival.
Yes, silly. But, we thought you could use a laugh. Wonder what other “lucky charms” are going to come about as the year goes on… we’ve seen a few so far. Should get weirder.