Ed Leedskalnin

Michael Riversong: Coral Castle

Howdy --

While travelling here in South Florida, got together with a few local Tesla
enthusiasts last night. We decided to take a field trip to Coral Castle
this afternoon, which is pretty much a mandatory pilgrimage stop for any
"alternative science" person. Took along much of my electromagnetic survey
tool kit. Following are the observations recorded, in hopes that this will
prove useful to some of us.

As most of you probably know, Coral Castle was built in the 1930's and '40's
by Ed Leedskalnin, a very small man from Latvia who worked alone. He

Ed Leedskalnin: Wikipedia article excerpt from 19th feb 2009

An intriguing feature of three of these pamphlets is a diagram labeled "Perpetual Motion Holder". This diagram shows how electricity can be stored in a magnetic loop made from a permament horseshoe magnet and a "bridge" of soft iron across the horseshoe ends, forming a circle (loop) of magnetic metals. Energy is introduced into the loop through windings of electric wire around the soft iron (forming an electromagnet).

Ed Leedskalnin: In Search Of... "The Castle of Secrets" hosted by Leonard Nimoy, Episode #112, Season 5

Ed Leedskalnin: Sound Base

(just for your information, no use in sending letters to a man who has been dead for a while. this is for archiving purposes, so that people see how Ed Leedskalnin conducted himself when he was alive).


History Channel: Ed Leedskalnin

Excerpt from a History Channel show (produce by KPI) in which one of the oddest and most perplexing structures in the US--if not the world! is explored.

KeelyNet: Jerry Decker: Who Was John Worrell Keely?

Article on the Theories of Keely

by Jerry W. Decker


Who was John W. Keely?

John Keely was an independent researcher specializing in the properties of sound during the mid to late 1800's.

What did Keely discover?

He was purported to have discovered techniques based on incredibly sensitive vibratory mechanisms which would allow the use of the Aether for practical purposes.

What devices did he build?

1) a machine to split the water molecule for the instantaneous release of tremendous pressures

Leedskalnin, Egypt, South America, etc.

It does not come to a surprise that limestone was used to build the Mayan Pyramids, Stonehenge, Newgrange, Egyptian Pyramids, Machu Picchu and the Coral Castle.

Because the pyramids resonate at an audible level the limestone can/could probably levitate through acoustics [stringed instruments/singing/tuning fork].




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