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On average, the weight of a single block used in the Coral Castle was greater than those used to build the Great Pyramid. He labored for 28 years to complete the work, which consisted of a total of 1,100 tons of rock. ...
For his miracles of construction engineering, Leedskalnin received attention not only from engineers and technologists, but from the U.S. government, who paid him a visit hoping to be enlightened. ...
Originally posted by grindhouzer
The Method Involves useing what are called "Sleepers". A modern day usage of these is the concrete base on railway tracks, but during the construction of the Pyrimids they would have been made from rounded strong logs, to reduce the weight so it was movable and friction. Its all basically summed up in the snippet that I've willingly cut out of a 45min Documentry.