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(148) Joe C
Sun, 19 June 2011 11:39

My father and I had a great tour at Coral Castle on June 16, 2011 with Patricia. She was very informative and the grounds and castle were spectacular. Be sure to take the guided tour when asked. It was very in-depth and worth the time spent there.

(147) jim drobinski
Thu, 16 June 2011 01:24

I think I figured it out after 18 years. I think I will keep it to myself. Because multitudes of people are having fun. I will not spoil it. Jim in Minnesota

Gravatar (146) Ericka Creed
Mon, 13 June 2011 21:04

When I visit, I will definately bring my own rock crystals with me!

(145) Annsimone Mickelberry
Sun, 12 June 2011 23:50

Have you seen the recent work being done by Willy Wallington?

This could possibly be the secret to Coral Castle and other Monolithic sites. You decide!

(144) cbarker
Wed, 8 June 2011 10:48

This is very unique. I was told about this place today 6/08/11 for the first time. up until today i never knew it existed.

(143) Dom
Sat, 28 May 2011 21:26

Truly one of my personal favorite mysteries of all time. I first heard about Ed's garden when I was a teenager (about 20 years ago), and have fascinated with the mystery behind its construction ever since.

I have no idea how he did it, and sometimes I don't care because when I see pitcures of his masterpiece, I get lost in its beauty and appreciate what one man had accomplished on his own. Something tells me that biulding the garden was not as difficult as we may think. Maybe on day we'll discover the mystery.

They say that love can move mountains. I would say that Ed's garden is proof of that. Sad that he left the world without having seen his sweet sixteen.

(142) login howell
Sat, 21 May 2011 11:00

Phi,coral castle is only but one of his accomplishments, there are two others before the first bell was rung. People look up to him when in fact it was always below. He was a great man and a keeper of nature's sweet sixteen. Mankind is not ready for this to be fully revealed to them as it would bring disaster 360% Thank you Ed for not leaving all of the clues.

(141) Marco Fikkers
Thu, 19 May 2011 22:18

I have some questions: From what kind of coral is the place made? Is there a clue present that powder was used? And the last one: What instruments did he use and do they contain copper? I'm from the netherlands so an easy trip is not really do able. Hope you can answer my questions! Thanks in advance!

(140) Apollo_Xion
Fri, 29 April 2011 19:18

I think that the egyptians/mayans were a lot more technological than us but died out due to something like that is likely with today with all the war and stuff going on.

(139) Roy B. Bliven
Sat, 23 April 2011 10:08

I am an author of Project Earth, 1998, and recently a new book, Ultimate Voyage, 2011, Publish America. In my books, I talk about how the pyramids in Egypt and in Central America, the Mayan pyramids were built. It makes sense that they were built by an anti-gravity device of some sort, similar to the 9-ton gate to your Coral Garden Museum. A fellow author and I are planning a trip this summer to see your Coral Garden Museum. It will be a great personal experience for me!

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