I can comprehend the idea of someone learning. But what I have found difficult to bare is, how did Ed figure this out. I have reason to believe that he was and is not alone. I think to this day, someone knows how he did it.
I have lost sleep over Ed. I am still fighting my odd obsessive infatuation with him. Why is it that my gut, twists and turns, when I discover information that somehow seems I already have learned about somewhere in time. Why is it that my emotions flare when I think about a flood, when I think about levitation, when I think about cities and buildings that only can be concieved in my dreams. (to think this was all triggered from a French cartoon i enjoyed as a child)
Do you think there is a enigmatic connection to Ed, and Cayce?
|Ed Leedskalnin||628||George Coghill||08-Nov-00 16:55|
|Ed Leedskalnin and the Masons||327||Adriel||09-Nov-00 21:45|
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|RE: Ed Leedskalnin and the Masons||381||George Coghill||14-Nov-00 06:29|