Clues between Inca walls and Rock Gate

So reading through one of Ed Leedskalnins  documents he says " ACID:  What is acid and what gives acid the ability to take the other matter in parts? For instance Zinc, acid and the bubbles that are coming out of the Zinc are held together themselves by the same kind of North and South pole magnets, and why acid which is one kind of matter can take another kind of matter in parts. The acid atoms must have a smaller orbit and few magnets in it than the other matter it takes in parts. In that case the acid atoms can get closer, and in the other matter atom’s orbit, and peel off one magnet after another until the bigger atom matter is gone." 

This had me thinking so I researched a little and discovered..

"A detail from one of the walls of the Sacsayhuaman complex. Many stones show strange impressions or scrape marks, as if the surface has been soft during tooling." by Professor Davidovits from the Geopolymer Institute in France.

Now if you read one of my earlier posts I questioned similar markings on the walls at Rock Gate.

magnetic current ? acid ? what do you think?


  1. It's hard to tell from the picture but it looks like there might be 16 lines etched out? If not, perhaps the number of lines is of some relevance?

  2. Yep 16 on the left, this number comes up a bit