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What are the magnets? 

Do magnets have healing properties? 

How powerful are microwave magnets compared to the ones in hard disk drives? 

Are magnets the products of free energy?

Why don't we use magnets now instead of oil or electricity? 

Were the Great Pyramids moved and set in place by magnetic energy?

Did Latvian-born American Edward Leedskalnin, the builder of Florida's coral castle, master magnetic forces to move massive rocks without the aid of modern machinery? 

Each stone weighed in tons could never have been moved by a makeshift tripod and some chains, not to mention by a single 100-pound, five-foot person. There is a reason we are using electricity the way we are using it, and we can't put a meter on free magnetic energy. So, by that alone, it will never happen; the oil and electric companies and special interest people will never let this happen.

©2020 Gabriel Ramirez (P)2020 Gabriel Ramirez

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  • 08-29-20

Very interesting

This book was extremely interesting, with practical instruction and many historical facts. The person narrating is a bit monotone but look past it. It was brilliant and I feel I need to listen to it several times to take in everything.