AngelicView: The portion of this Coast to Coast that really fascinated me was the part on the Coral Castle. If you don’t know what I’m talking about (or just want to learn more about the Coral Castle) then click *here* to go to the official Coral Castle site. It has become a museum – one which I’d love to visit sometime!
Skip to 1 hour 16 minutes and 40 seconds to hear the part on the Coral Castle.
Author and researcher Michael Kohler discussed the work of Edward Leedskalnin and his Coral Castle near Miami, Florida. People have long been puzzled by how this man of slight build was able to single-handedly move huge coral rocks, in addition to moving some 200 tons from Florida City (Coral Castle’s original location) to Homestead. The rocks were placed on a flatbed truck but no one ever saw how Leedskalnin got them off the vehicle, and into their ultimate positions. After the move to Homestead, he added an additional 900 tons of coral rocks to the new location, Kohler recounted.
Leedskalnin figured out the mathematical concept of Phi (based on the Fibonacci sequence) and used it in his overall design of Coral Castle, Kohler theorized. He thinks Leedskalnin may have tapped into certain “morphic fields” during a near-death experience, which gave him the knowledge or ability to use frequency changes to cause the stones to get lighter– possibly via his pineal gland. At the Homestead site, he may have been using a different method to move the stones such as through counter-rotating fields and electromagnetism, Kohler suggested. His placement of the Obelisk, a 30 ton solid piece of coral (see related video), could have been implemented to take or charge energy from the ground or groundwater.