After nine on and off years of trial and error I accidentally stumble across how Edward Leedskalnin ingeniously encoded his works. His writings, which safeguarded his amazing knowledge for more than half a century, came to life. I quickly realize there was more to Edward Leedskalnin than just lifting massive rocks.
My book, entitled How To Read His Writings, is written in an easy to understand format. Best of all, you don't need to be a code-breaking expert to read this book. Revealed is how to decode Edward Leedskalnin's writings with actual decoded examples so you will know it is his words you will discover and not mine.
Once his hidden words come to life and speak to you, you to will discover what it is all about and see the path to the answers you are looking for.
It's not written well, only marginally better than Leedskalnin's writing, so it can be annoying as well as fruitless.
I thought the book would explain some sort of code or possibly interpret Leedsklanin's sketches or clarify something written incorrectly. . . I don't know.
I also agree that I might have missed the big picture of what the authors were trying to say but I wanted a technical reading book and this wasn't it.
Really can't recommend this unless one would just like ideas on how to approach Leedskalnin's writings. Read morePublished 5 months ago by parkeb
I recommend buying this book if you can't make head or tales of Ed's book. But to me this book read kind of like the davinci code and I don't believe much in that synario with Ed... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Shadow John
It was a bit hard to follow at first but soon got the hang of reading it. It was necessary to fully understand his worksPublished 12 months ago by Laurence Heal
This is as clear as Black Turkish coffee, do not expect them to make it easy. There maybe a missing clue, like standing on your head on Thursday, when the moon is full. Read morePublished 14 months ago by halh
I you are amazed at Ed Leedskalnin's Coral Castle (Rock Gate) and want to join the many trying to understand the unique aspects of it, there is no better book. Read morePublished on February 20, 2013 by Jack Powers
This book was given to me as a gift. I read it cover to cover and found it to be pure junk! The author suggests that a simple man like Edward Leedskalnin (forth grade education)... Read morePublished on February 28, 2011 by just the facts
Before I purchased this book, I didn't know what to expect. Are there really clues that Ed.L. was trying to leave behind for us? Can this book give me the clues to them? Read morePublished on January 16, 2011 by Da Dark Cookie
How To Read His Writings: The Unauthorized Guide to Decoding Edward Leedskalnin's Works
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