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(68) Del
Wed, 24 February 2010 04:20

does anyone know what they charge to get married here?

(67) Brad
Sun, 21 February 2010 09:02

I visited Coral Castle in the late 1990's while in Florida on business and to meet family and friends who live or lived in the area at the time. I had read about it briefly in an old "Ripley's believe it or not" book I had purchased as a child, so a friend of mine and I used visiting as an excuse for something to do to one afternoon. WOW !!! am I glad we visited !!! I am a believer now ! Ed L. had to have been a genius!!! A little guy with tools he made from junk he cobbled together, moving and carving those blocks ??? by himself ??? He MUST have known the pyramid construction secrets, there is just no other way !!! We think we are so smart with today's 'science' but I think our pseudo science is self flattering aetheistic poot compared with what this guy knew, he and the pyramid builders. I would trade them all for an evening seeing him build one of his creations using his methods. Long live Ed Leedskalnin and Coral Castle !!! a mystery of mysteries !!! Visiting his castle is a rewarding memory you will never forget, an affordable trip to Atlantis. I think his greatest achievement is the gift to us that he demonstrated that real knowledge is available to anyone at any time who has ears to hear and eyes to see, and has a sincere mind and heart to pursue the truth, and practices great diligence and frugality. If he can do this, indeed, what is our excuse for not persuing the heavens ?

(66) Ainars
Sat, 20 February 2010 21:37

Well, I live in Riga, Latvia. Just an hour ago I stumbled upon a comment in youtube concerning the Coral castle and I must admit I am completely shocked. Not only about this castle as such but about the fact that I have lived in Riga, Latvia, for 37 years and not once I have heard about this man - Liedskalninsh (as it should be more correctly spelled).
I've never been to the United States but this is one place I really want to visit.

(65) terry nihart
Tue, 16 February 2010 22:38

i was at coral castle in the 70's when i was a teen.i loved it so much and i have never stopped thinking about it.its a beautiful place full of mystery.i hope to get married there one day.

(64) Claudia
Mon, 15 February 2010 14:45

My first time visiting Coral Castle was yesturday (valentines) and my boyfirend and i loved it! I was just in awww!!! of everything that this tiny man did. I took many pics and will definetly come back! keep up the good work!!

(63) Coral Castle
Mon, 15 February 2010 14:36

Congratulations Nancy & Gary!

(62) Nancy & Gary
Mon, 15 February 2010 00:33

We renewed our vows today at the Coral Castle as part of Valentine's Day. What a wonderful visit. Well worth the trip.

(61) pat
Sun, 14 February 2010 03:33

Hi For all the friends that visit tonight the web side of the castle. Tomorrow for Valentine Day there is going to be a special event. A book signing of the new book and you can renew your vows. It will be fun.

(60) jaime
Mon, 8 February 2010 17:29

Im going there with my boyfriend today! Im so excited!!! Ed moved mountains for love sad but so moving.

(59) Armz
Mon, 1 February 2010 13:38

Yup,I saw this amazing place at Youtube,then I read so many sites tackling about it,how it could have formed, and by what measures Ed did this. I could surely say I understand physics a lot, but this to me could be unexplainable. One thing's for sure, Long Live Ed! Long Live Coral Castle! Yehey!!!

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