The Secrets of Eward Leedskalnin RevealedBook - 2013
Throughout the ages, unique and interesting cultures all over the world have created amazing structures that have intrigued the minds of many worldwide. From Machu Picchu in Peru, to the great pyramids in Egypt, these massive megalithic structures have always posed this question: How did the ancient cultures move these incredibly large stones with such precision using only primitive tools? It is not only the sheer size of the stones, but the techniques that the ancients used to cut, move, and position the stones with laser precision. Skeptics and main stream scientists have claimed that the use of primitive tools with a lot of time and manpower is probably the solution to how the ancient builders created their magnificent structures. However, one man stands apart from all of the ancient stone builders, displacing the commonly held beliefs that primitive tools, lots of manpower, and a lots of time, is needed to build a megalithic structure. His name is Edward Leedskalnin. Less than 100 years ago, in South Florida, a 5 foot tall, 100 pound man of Latvian descent, created an 1100 ton structure built out of solid coral. He not only built the structure once, but actually disassembled the original, moved it, and reassembled it with no help from modern equipment or his fellow man. Ed's creation, the Coral Castle, is a testament to anyone that doubts that the ancient stone builders utilized a powerful, but forgotten natural technology, that enabled them to cut, move, and position stones of enormous weight and size without the use of ropes, pulleys, cranes, hydraulics, or even laser precision tools. Thought lost for over 50 years, his secret has finally been rediscovered. Edward Leedskalnin did not die with his secrets still in him. Ed left them in plain sight for all of us to see, encoded in the symbolism, mathematics, geometry, and astronomical alignments of the Coral Castle itself. Ed said he knew the secrets of the builders of the pyramids, and now you will too, as you read the inner secrets of "The Coral Castle Explained."
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified] ; 
Branch Call Number: 720.9 Kohler 2013
Characteristics: 1 volume unpaged : illustrations ; 23 cm