Edward Leedskalnin at His Coral Castle.
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Ed. Leedskalnin Poses In Courtyard of Coral Castle


The Mystery of

Edward Leedskalnin -

Coral Castle

Vincent J. Daczynski

Chapter 10 (Cont.)

An array of Ed Leedskalnin Monolithic Renderings
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An Array of Astronomical Monolithic Renderings at Coral Castle

Edward Leedskalnin was not alone in his ability to levitate stones. In his book Anti-Gravity and The World Grid (Adventures Unlimited Press), David Hatcher Childress includes a chapter written by Bruce Cathie who tells of Tibetan monks who were seen lifting heavy boulders up mountainsides by using sound waves. Cathie relates the account of Dr. Jarl, a Swedish doctor who in 1939 traveled by airplane and yak caravan deep into Tibet. He went at an urgent request to treat a high Lama and after treating the Lama he stayed for a while and gained the trust and friendship of the monks there.

Dr. Jarl describes seeing the monks levitating large stones during his visit. One day Dr. Jarl was taken to a sloping meadow that was surrounded in the northwest by high rock cliffs. On the rock wall at a height of about 250 metres was an entrance to a cave in front of which was a platform used by monks who were building a rock wall. The monks accessed this platform from the top of the cliff by lowering themselves down with ropes.

About 250 meters from the base of the cliff, in the middle of the meadow, was a polished slab of rock with a bowl like cavity in the center. This bowl, which measured one meter in diameter and 15 centimeters deep, served as a launching pad to hurl stones up to the monks who were building the wall. At 63 meters from the launching pad, set in a 90-degree arc, were musical instruments consisting of thirteen drums and six trumpets. Behind each instrument was a row of four monks.

A large block of stone was maneuvered into place onto the launching pad by yak. Once the stone was properly positioned the monks sounded a cacophony of drums and trumpets. All the monks sang and chanted an accompanying prayer. They slowly increased their tempo and after about four minutes the big stone block began to rock and sway. Then suddenly it took off into the air with an increasing speed until it alighted gently onto the platform in front of the cave. The entire parabolic flight path of the stone was about 500 meters long and 250 meters high and took three minutes to complete. The monks were able to continue transporting large stones like this at the rate of about five to six per hour. For a detailed account of the Tibetan levitation of large stones please visit Tibetan Sound Levitation of Large Stones Witnessed by Scientist.

Dr. Jarl made two films of this procedure of raising stones. However, the English Scientific Society for which Dr. Jarl was working confiscated the two films and declared them classified until some future date when they will be released.

Edward Leedskalnin was reported to have been heard singing while levitating stones. This appears similar to the Tibetan monks' technique of chanting while raising stones. If today's leading physicists are correct and mind and matter are of the same transcendental essence, is it possible to tap and use this transcendental essence through sound? Is it possible that a vibrating and condensed sound field can nullify the power of gravitation? Was Ed tapping this transcendental essence through the use of sounds? Was this Edward Leedskalnin's secret?

Edward Leedskalnin died from malnutrition in 1951, at the age of 64, without ever revealing his secret.

For more information about Coral Castle please visit the official site at Coral Castle.

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