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Dehydrating Tomatoes in a Model Pyramid
Effective Cardboard Pyramids
Long ago, a friend had built me cardboard pyramids based on the proportions of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. I was fascinated by the effect of the shape on tomatoes and meat. I used controls of course, place tomatoes on the verge of rot inside the pyramid at one third of the height as well as one outside.
The one inside began to mummify and was a tiny shrunken ball in about a week. The one outside continued to rot and was a liquid mess crawling with insects in less than a week. I went on to experiment with meat and had the same results.
My Pyramid Experiment With Dehydrating Tomatoes Is Successful
Alas my cardboard pyramids weren't built to last. Today, many years later, I'm building my new home and the carpenters working on the wardrobes etc. built a frame pyramid for me. It's a foot tall, taller than the others I've had. I've placed a tomato on the brink of rot inside at one third the height (the most effective part of the pyramid, coinciding with the King's Chamber level in the Pyramid of Giza).
In a couple of days I already see a shrinking and a drying of juices. I'm excited. I thought if this one works (and I'm sure it is), I'll make another 4 feet tall to sit under and perhaps even have a metal pyramid erected over my car park area.
Giza Pyramid - An Initiation Chamber?
I'm not surprised that mummies of small animals were found in the Giza pyramid, but no human mummy. The sarcophagus was empty. Experts say that this pyramid was used for initiation rites and part of the process was to make the initiate lie in the sarcophagus for quite a length of time in absolute isolation and darkness. He would either emerge a sage or insane.
Pyramid-Dried Tomatoes Retain Colour and Flavour
Have you tried experimenting with the pyramid shape? Do you know anyone who has? Would you give it a try? If it keeps food fresh - yes, the mummified tomato retains its colour and taste, even an enhanced taste - who needs a refrigerator? Pop the tomato into water for 24 hours and voila - you have a fresh, tastier tomato. Or use the dry tomato on a pizza.
The Results of My Pyramid Experiment
About three weeks in the pyramid, the tomato I had placed in there and which already had a bit of white mould growing on it (look closely at the picture in article 1) is now a truly shrunken little ball still mouldy. I placed half a fresh tomato inside about two weeks ago and its just like a sundried tomato retaining its colour and not smelling rotten at all. The piece of watermelon I placed there about a week ago is all curled up and dehydrated as you can see in the picture. The control watermelon also curled up at the edges, but its full of flies and is gooey in the middle.
How Does Pyramid Energy Work?
So how does this amazing energy work?
Bill Schul & Ed Pettit in The Secret Power of Pyramids write that dowsers have found a vortex of energy rising from the apex of the pyramid and increasing in diameter as it goes higher. I know that for a fact, having dowsed the pyramid myself. According to these dowsers, a mere four-inch cardboard pyramid generates a vortex eight feet high and six feet wide.
G. Patrick Flannigan in his pamphlet The The Pyramid and Its Relationship to Cosmic Energy writes:
"The Pyramid of Giza generates milli microwave or nano wave radiation by the simple fact that you have five corners.
They are the four base corners and the apex. These corners are in effect a type of nano wave radiator.
The radiation from the molecules all the atoms of matter in the Pyramid combine by the angles of the corners into a beam which bisects the angles of the corners and transmits a beam of this radiation towards the centre of the pyramid".
He further states:
"These energies all combined in the centre or Kings chamber area of the pyramid. The molecules or atoms in this area absorb these energies by resonance. As the energy increases, the electron orbits start to expand. As more energy is absorbed, more expansion occurs.
Pyramid energy also has a rejuvenating effect on plants and helps seeds germinate.
- The Secret Power of Pyramids Bill Schul & Ed Petti
- Pyramid Power.com