Michael Riversong

Michael Riversong: Coral Castle

Howdy --

While travelling here in South Florida, got together with a few local Tesla
enthusiasts last night. We decided to take a field trip to Coral Castle
this afternoon, which is pretty much a mandatory pilgrimage stop for any
"alternative science" person. Took along much of my electromagnetic survey
tool kit. Following are the observations recorded, in hopes that this will
prove useful to some of us.

As most of you probably know, Coral Castle was built in the 1930's and '40's
by Ed Leedskalnin, a very small man from Latvia who worked alone. He

Fueling the Future - Alternative Energy Conference Draws Thousands (Andrea Shiell - St. Mary's County Times)

St. Mary's County Commissioner Lawrence D. Jarboe seemed to be in his element this past weekend, trolling around in casual clothes with tools, covered in sawdust, and sweating in the hot sun as he and many others showcased what they are hoping will be the future of energy in the US. "This is what I do," he said. "When people want to find me as a country commissioner, they can come here and find me building something."

Sympathetic Vibratory Physics Symposium Report

http://home.earthlink.net/~rivedu/svpbord.html 

POWER, RESONANCE, AND NATURE

AT THE 2ND SYMPATHETIC VIBRATORY PHYSICS SYMPOSIUM

(c)1989 by Michael Riversong

originally published in Borderlands Magazine, posted with permission

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