Saturday, December 02, 2006



Modern construction techniques are but nothing short of amazing. Around the world structures that rise to breathtaking heights of over 100 stories are becoming commonplace. Massive machines from Nuclear power plants to mile long Dams are being constructed at break neck speed. A common thread running through all of these projects is the ability to lift gargantuan weight to the top of high rise buildings or onto the factory floor. One recent project required the lifting of a 110 ton reactor onto a specially designed pad at the bottom of a pit. This 220,000 pound monstrosity was one of the heaviest objects moved to date. A crane that took 20 semi-truck loads of separate pieces had to be erected on site. Once this massive behemoth was assembled only then could the huge reactor be set into place. Truly an amazing achievement.
The Ancient builders of the Pyramids and many other still standing structures would have had no use for such a feeble crane. The Pyramids at Geza have blocks of limestone that weigh up to 400,000 pounds and had to be lifted to points 500 feet above the dessert floor. Even more massive stone blocks have been incorporated into still standing ancient structures. A single block of limestone weighing an estimated 2.4 million pounds sets perfectly hewn and ready to be moved at a quarry near Baalbek in Lebanon. Two near identical stones sit as part of the foundation of the Pre-Roman "Temple of Jupiter". Quarrying, carving, cutting and moving immense stones was obviously no problem for Ancient Builders. Transporting these stones for miles from where they were cut was no less of a feat. It is unknown how these mystifying achievements were accomplished.
Perhaps a greater mystery is why modern Archaeologists, Egyptologists and Scientists stand behind logic defying explanations of how the Ancients built these timeless structures. The hypothesis runs the gamete from massive slave power to log sleds and Olive Oil. The Pyramids at Giza were constructed using ramps of sand hundreds of feet high and miles long, 400,000 pound stones were pulled atop wooden sleds lubricated with fresh squeezed olive oil, and this was done over and over again to the tune of 2 million times. All of this of course taking 20 generations to complete. Drawings of this process appear in text books around the world looking like some schematic drawn by Comic Artist Rube Goldberg.
Perhaps evidence Ancient and recent points to an alternative explanation.
Enter Ed Leedskalnin, a five foot two inch Latvian immigrant who single handily built a castle from coral stone. The Coral Castle is now a major tourist attraction located in Homestead Florida just south of Miami. In 1940 Ed built his amazing Coral Castle from blocks of coral stone that he cut and fashioned into everything from reading chairs that weighed 2 tons, to a 9 ton front door that a child can push open with one finger. All the stones in the structure have a combined weight of over 1,100 tons. He did all of this unbelievable work totally alone and without the help of a massive slave army and not one drop of Olive Oil. His Moon block weighed 23 tons and his Jupiter block weighed closer to 30 tons. It is a complete mystery how Ed built this Castle all by himself. When he was asked how he did it, he said that he knew the secrets of the Ancient Egyptians. Ed died in 1952 after being strong armed by engineers from the U.S. Government. The Government was unable to get anything out of Leedskalnin before his death. What was his secret? A number of rumors started by locals claiming to have spied on him at night when he worked claimed seeing him move huge blocks of stone around like they were balloons. A number of clues left behind after Ed's death including a detailed book he wrote on magnetism points to a knowledge of Anti gravity. Ed made his own electronic equipment and electric generator. It seems that Ed was creating an electromagnetic field that changed the electro-atomical properties of the stones he was moving. In his book he declared that everything had electrical magnetic properties and the magnetic properties in anything could be lined up to repel the Earth's magnetic pull that we call gravity. Ed was able to achieve this using very basic homemade equipment. At his work shop he used an electric generator that he made, a tripod made from three telephone poles, a radio tuner and a coil of copper wire hung from the top of his tripod of telephone poles. With this primitive menagerie he was able to lift and transport over 2,200,000 pounds of coral stone all by himself.
Hieroglyphic panels at the "Temple of Hathor" clearly depict a device being used by Ancient builders that could have been the ancient equivalent of Ed Leedskalnins' own setup. One panel shows a vacuum tube with a conductor emitter inside and the next panel looks very representative of a power station. Could the Ancient Egyptians possessed the same knowledge as our modern stone builder Ed Leedskalnin?
In the ATLANTIUM continuum the answer is YES. Ed Leedskalnin has clearly exhibited the technology of Anti gravity. With the ability to electrically cancel out the Earths' gravity it would be very easy to move blocks of stone no matter the weight into a structure. Eds' neighbors claim to have seen him move massive stones around like they were balloons. If this is the case then all of the great structures of the Ancient Past would have been constructed in a reasonable time frame and with a relatively small work force. This technique will be rediscovered someday just as Ed understood it and we will be capable of building structures on the level of the Pyramids. ATLANTIUM. Roc Hatfield/Author

1 comment:

TriggerV said...

this looks more of a sense.
man moves huge objects 'low-tech'