Crystal Skull Researcher
Since 1986, Karin Tag has explored and researched archaeological and geological excavations. Karin’s interest in unusual objects began while she was studying artifacts in the Senckenberg Museum in Frankfurt and the Jurassic Museum in Eichstätt (Germany). During her excavations she found many artifacts that she donated to these museums.
These experiences drove her into intensive studies of alternative remedial arts and research into electromagnetic fields and photon energy. This ultimately led to the development of her photon camera, which is a mixture of several methods of measuring electromagnetic fields and photon movements.
Karin Tag is the CEO and founder of the ISR-Institute and the Seraphim-Institute. She received her doctorate in holistic sciences from the University of Oregon. Karin Tag is a Reiki Master and is certified in the art of Traditional Chinese Medicine, homeopathic therapies and Phyto therapy. She has also authored five books including her latest covering the findings of her crystal skull research - available in english soon. (German edition in print now)
Karin Tag is also the caretaker of Corazon De Luz, her incredible Crystal Skull that originated from South America and is considered to be ancient. This skull is believed to be connected to the Incas from the Holy Valley of Pisaq, Cusco.
Karin Tag (Karen Day) lives in a small, quaint town near Frankfurt (Frankfurt), Germany. She is fluent in seven languages.