Coming out of Tibet, early this century, is a story of monks levitating stones to build a wall high up on a cliff wall. There is another story of an inventor named John Keely, who in the late 1800’s formed a company around free energy and a levitation device. In Florida, a man named Edward Leedskalnin built what is called Coral Castle, all by himself, which consisted of very large cut stones made of coral. In these cases and many others, some have claimed they used a type of sonic levitation. Can sound be used to levitate, and if so, why type of technology is used? In this episode of Chronicles of a Psychic Spy, John looks into whether these stories are true, and a potential way that levitation can occur.