Edward Leedskalnin

Coral Castle

In Homestead, Fla., not far from Miami and off the South Dixie Highway, sits a world-famous structure called the Coral Castle.

Edward Leedskalnin (1887-1951) built Coral Castle (Rock Park) all by himself, cutting the stone right out of the ground below.

Though not really a castle - and not really made of coral - it is nonetheless an amazing achievement.

More than 1,000 tons of the
sedimentary rock (oolite limestone) was quarried and sculpted into a variety of shapes, including slab walls, tables, chairs, a crescent moon, a water fountain and a sundial.

Because Ed was able to lift and move these stones on his own -with only primitive tools- Coral Castle has become one of the great wonders of the modern world.

There is the theory, that Ed used this stones as frecuency converters...

Ed left lots of hints for future generations to solve the mysteries. Here are some forums who discuss this matter. Join the community of researchers

Magnetic Current Research Forum:

*Electro magnetism (antigravity)

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