'Soft as Clay, Lite as Cork'
I believe the Ancients
had a technology that temporarily altered the state of matter
(i.e. of the stone).
According to Ed Leedkskalnin
(builder of Coral Castle
), matter is made up of tiny magnetic particles
, which give matter its mass (weight and cohesion)
. Remove some of these magnetic particles
and the matter loses some of its mass (becomes softer and lighter)
for a time (until the ambient magnetic particles
in the environment restore the matter
to its normal mass
- very similar to how heat makes wax soft, and pliable, for a time
).Coral Castle in Homestead Florida...
While the stone
is in that state (soft as clay, lite as cork)
, it is very easy to quarry, carve and transport...Sachsayhuaman in Peru (Inca)
The Inca of Peru
have a legend of the Viracocha (the pre-Incan culture)
that speaks of a wind instrument (i.e. a golden flute)
that could make stone - soft as clay, lite as cork...Viracocha holding two golden flutes...
In this image, you see Viracocha
holding two flutes. I believe the one on the right made the stone soft/lite
and the one on the left made the stone hard/heavy
Here is a link to a post I wrote regarding a connection to Halton Arp's Quasar/Galaxy model...Halton Arp - Intrinsic Redshift Lecture
I have been to Coral Castle
, where you can see evidence
(in the tool marks
left in the stone), of the soft state
that the coral rock
was in at the time of quarrying/carving...
- Chisel/Tool marks in the Stone...
Where the tool marks look like Ed/L simply stuck a fork in clay
, as opposed to chiseling into hard stone...
And what happened to the flakes and dust
that filled in the nooks and crannies
of the chiseled grooves
? Looks more like concrete
Notice the ends of Ed's chisel (made from an old Ford Model 'T' leaf spring)
- Ed's Chisel (a Ford Model 'T' Leaf Spring)...
We see little, to no, edge flaring
where the sledge hammer
hit it, and the pointed tip
, used to cut into the stone, is still sharp? (I nearly cut my finger on it)...
Does this look like a chisel
that was used to cut stone?
And his sledge hammer
, very light (like 9lbs)
considering he was using it to chisel into solid rock...
- Ed's Sledge Hammer (~9lbs)...
Ed was 5 feet tall, 95lbs... (So where's his Popeye arm
from swinging that sledge hammer all night long?
- Ed Leedskalnin at Coral Castle
In this post, we can see how Ed/L moved the stones, but he never let anyone see him quarry or carve them...
When we figure out how that was done (and we will), next stop new physics...