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Coral Castle (shown in the photo above) is noted for legends surrounding its creation that claim it was built single-handedly by Edward Leedskalnin using reverse magnetism to move and carve numerous stones weighing many tons. Edward Leedskalnin (January 12, 1887 — December 7, 1951) was a Latvian emigrant to the United States and amateur sculptor who single-handedly built the monument known as Coral Castle in Florida. He was also known for his obscure theories on magnetism. The Force of Nature he describe was also understood by Nikola Tesla. And, it may have been used to move and life block of stone weighing hundreds of tons by the builders of the ancient pyramids!
Edward Leedskalnin wrote an technical article in 1945 that describes the natural forces of the universe that he refers to as “Magnetic Current”. Apparently, this “force of nature” is are the fundamental particles of energy that cause the planet Earth to rotate on it’s axis. It also holds the Moon and Earth in their orbits, relative to each other. This energy is the source of lightning. It is the same energy from the sun that can been seen in the Northern Lights. This energy can be harnessed and controlled.
HERE IS A PDF FILE OF HIS 1945 ARTICLE: “Magnetic-Current_Edward-Leedskalnin_51pp”
“There is only one man in the world who, by demonstration, has supported the claim (that he understood the secret) of how the pyramids of Egypt were built! The man is now deceased. The claim was made by an eccentric Latvian recluse named Edward Leedskalnin. (visit the website for videos and technical details)
An immigrant to the United States of America, Leedskalnin devised a means to single-handedly lift and maneuver blocks of coral weighing up to 30 tons each. In Homestead, Florida, using his closely guarded secret, he was able to quarry and construct an entire complex of monolithic blocks of coral in an arrangement that reflected his own unique character. On average, the weight of a single block used in the Coral Castle was greater than those used to build the Great Pyramid. He labored for 28 years to complete the work, which consisted of a total of 1,100 tons of rock. What was Leedskalnin’s secret?
Is it possible for a five-foot tall, 110 pound man to accomplish such a feat without knowing techniques that are uncommon to our contemporary understanding of physics and mechanics? Leedskalnin was a student of the universe. Within his castle walls, built of coral blocks weighing approximately 15 tons each, he had a 22-ton obelisk, a 22-ton moon block, a 23-ton Jupiter block, a Saturn block, a 9-ton gate, a rocking chair that weighed 3-tons, and numerous puzzles. A huge 30-ton block, which he considered to be his major achievement, he crowned with a gable shaped rock. These personal accomplishments have astounded and surprised many engineers and technologists, who compare them with those achieved by workers handling similar weights in industry today. For his miracles of construction engineering, Leedskalnin received attention not only from engineers and technologists, but from the U.S. government, who paid him a visit hoping to be enlightened. Leedskalnin received them gracefully, and they left none the wiser. In 1952, falling ill and on his last legs, Leedskalnin checked himself into the hospital and slipped away from this life, taking his secret with him.” — from the article by engineer Christopher Dunn (read the entire article)