F.R. ‘Nick’ Nocerino’s Meeting with EINSTEIN

F.R. ‘Nick’ Nocerino’s Meeting with EINSTEIN

A lifetime of devoted research made Nick Nocerino one of the world’s foremost experts on crystal skulls. He was a true pioneer who became the leading authority on the subject as the popularity of crystal skulls started to emerge in the mid 1980’s. His methodical explorations were credited with unraveling many of the mysteries surrounding crystal skulls. Nick was the first person to search for crystal skulls, and is considered the founder of the crystal skull research. He was also the first to receive the information on the “thirteen crystal skulls”.

After receiving Einstein I was a bit mystified as to how to proceed. What does this mean? What do I really have? Although I had some guidance from the skull, I certainly wanted more clarity. This is when I decided to call Nick. I had read his book and thought maybe he could give me some insightful guidance.

Nick answered the phone but wanted to feel me out first so he told me Nick wasn’t in.
And by the way, what was the nature of my business?

I replied with my story of having a 33 lb. ancient skull I thought he might like to see and experience. His reply was he would be happy to pass on the message. A few minutes later the phone rang and it was Nick. Where did you get it? Are you sure it is old? How much does it weigh?

The next thing I know Nick and his wife Khrys are making the drive to my Hollywood Hills home in Los Angeles. This was Oct 18, 1991. We spent hours sharing stories,
meditating, scrying and measuring Einstein. I enjoyed the time I spent with Nick.
and his wife, he was so informative and wise. I would like to share some of Nick’s quotes during his first meeting with Einstein.

Khrys asked Nick how he felt about the skull now that he was experiencing it.
His response was….”This skull far exceeds my expectations of an ancient skull”.

“This is the most anatomically correct skull I have experienced”

“This is the largest public skull out there.”

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