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(36) bill harris
Sat, 31 October 2009 11:00

Thank you, Ed, for your incredible effort. You might have been physically small, but you were a giant. "Sweet Sixteen" must have discovered, later in life, what an amazing person you were.



(35) david brierley
Fri, 30 October 2009 19:28

excellent carving work,like all stonecarvers you get better over time and learn the material that you work with,not difficult to move large stones around solo.I've learnt how to raise stone,as this great chap did. no supernaturals,sheer labour no one to bother you in the night.

(34) Michelle25
Fri, 23 October 2009 23:21

Wow! I was in school hearing my teacher talk about this brilliant man! He's God sent. Maybe he's one of the great men to teach us how to use our faith, to move things if we have a mustard seed believe. Let's just face it, the man's God sent :) thumbs up for making this history.

(33) Jay Dubs
Wed, 21 October 2009 13:20

Ed's sweet 16 or Agnes I feel is a code. Ed stated that the secrets were built into the castle. Action at a distance like how the sun's gravity affects the other planets in the solar system. If you can use another planets gravity to lift or move objects on earth like a magnifiny glass and the sun.

(32) Dennis R Francis
Sat, 17 October 2009 09:17

I have always been amazed by ed's work an.I would like to purchase the pamphlet's on ac currents his mineral an vegetable lifestyle.How much would this cost. Thank you D,Francis

(31) Jeff
Sat, 17 October 2009 02:27

I've never been, but intend to someday. I looked up this site as the Coral Castle was mentioned in a book about the Mayan calander mentioned it. Ed defintely had the knowledge of the ancients.

(30) charu singh
Tue, 6 October 2009 11:28

i have not yet visited the coral castle, but would love to visit such a masterpiece.. i think it is just great.. i wonder how ed managed to make it..

well its all the power of love..
hope sumone loves me too the same way..;)

(29) Bekki
Fri, 2 October 2009 02:19

I've read about the Castle and am looking forward to visiting next month, it looks fascinating!

(28) Gloria Smith
Sat, 26 September 2009 13:53

Haven't been there yet but now that I've seen the website, I definitely will be going. Amazing.

Why are people making comments about a lost love when this site says that isn't known? Is there more information elsewhere? or just romantic notions?


(27) Renee' Chapin
Wed, 23 September 2009 20:07

Our visit & tour with Acie was AMAZING. Come one, come all and visit the fascinating world of the Coral Castle. We had a ball talking to Acie for THREE HOURS - and it felt like we'd only been there for 30 minutes. Acie is a WEALTH of information about Ed & the castle. You won't regret visiting here!


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