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The Pyramid Effect and Pyramid Experiments

Updated on January 13, 2015

What is a Pyramid

The energy radiated by pyramid has fascinated people since the beginning of history. This is probably why the Great Pyramids at Gizeh, and other pyramidal constructions were built. While in the modern times people still choose to ignore this mysterious energy, that affect all life forms, people in antiquity used it, even if they didn't have a scientific explanation for it.

Pyramid is a geometrical form with a base and three or more triangular side faces. All of the outer surfaces (excluding the base) converge at a single point named apex. The geometrical shape is attributed special properties, that can be used in healing, preserve food, and help plants grow faster.

Memphis arena pyramid

Memphis arena pyramid
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The Pyramid Power Energy

The energy field radiated by pyramids has been researched quite intensively during history. The modern era has brought humanity many experiments on the subject, however, the science behind the documented field is yet to be explained.

It is not sure how the ancient Egyptians knew about the pyramid's powers to prevent decay of dead life forms, however, in 1920 Antoine Bovis made experiments with small scale pyramids, and food preservation. His results were positive, he proved that he can mummify small animals in pyramids.

Foods Treated Under Pyramid

It is alleged that food slightly changes its properties if exposed to the "pyramid power". A few experiments you can try at home are to treat your coffee under a pyramid, or your tea. The disadvantage with coffee and tea is that by the end of the treatment the beverage gets cold. However, coffee and tea taste less sharp, while preserving all the flavors. Interestingly, spices are intensified in flavor, try to treat your spices under a pyramid.

My favorite one is the wine. Wine treated in a pyramid gets a nobility that is usually obtained through aging. In fact, Summerhill Pyramid Winery is a real life application used to age wines.

Milk treated with a pyramid ferments faster, and it gets a different taste than the regular sour milk. Even cultured milk gets a different taste when is kept under the pyramid during fermentation.

Pyramid Effects on Humans

There is no published research on how pyramids affect humans, however, there are many experiments done with humans, especially in the former Soviet Union, and pyramid does affect our health positively. Most often, people who stay in a pyramid report that they are very calm, and and they report a mental state similar to the one after meditation. Many enthusiasts combine meditation and the pyramid power to enhance the effects.

Pyramid of the Moon - Teotihuacan


Is the Material Important?

There is an effervescent debate on the construction material or the pyramid. Many people think that metal pyramids are different than the ones made with organic matter, such as wood, or paper. In reality, materials have their own radiating energy, and powerful metals like copper, silver, or gold can add a different energy to the pyramid. It is widely known that copper, silver, and gold can kill some pathogens, thus the air inside and around a noble metal pyramid will be free of bad bacteria. This is in addition to the subtle pyramid radiation.

Quartz, being a great vibrational crystal, is thought to resonate with the pyramid's energy, thus amplify it.

Pyramid Power Experiment Video

The Platonic Solids

Johannes Kepler - God's Geometrical Blueprint for the Universe

It was thought that the Platonic Solids, (regulated convex polyhedrons) constitute somehow a matrix of the Universe.

Johannes Kepler, a German astronomer from the 16th century, found a relation between the six planets known at that time and the five Platonic solids.

In his book, The Harmony of the World, He proposed a solar system model, in which the five Platonic solids were set inside one another and inscribed or circumscribed into a respective sphere. The six imaginary spheres were delimiting the corresponding planetary orbits of each of the planets (Earth, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn). This model arranged the Platonic with the innermost being the octahedron, followed by the icosahedron, dodecahedron, tetrahedron, and the cube. In this way Kepler managed to find a relationship between the solar system structure, the distance between the planets and the Platonic solids. This idea was later abandoned by Kepler, because his formula was not precise enough.

The Platonic Solids Video on YouTube

Special Pyramids

Special cases of pyramid are the tetrahedron, which is a triangular pyramid, with all sides equal, and the square pyramid, which is a pyramid with a square base. A square pyramid is half of an octahedron.

A regular Octahedron is a symmetrical convex polyhedron with 8 faces. All of the faces are equilateral triangles. We can see an octahedron as two pyramids with a common base. The angle of inclination of the regulated convex octahedron is 54,7.

The regular convex polyhedron and the tetrahedron are two of the five Platonic Solids.

The Great Pyramids

Much debate had stirred and it still does the Great Pyramid of Giza. The construction of the Great Pyramid is of a remarkable precision and symmetry, embedding into its construction measurements, numerous numbers related to Earth's dimensions. Some of these embedded dimensions are: number PI, the tropical year, distance to the Sun, distance to Moon, Sun's radius, Earth's Polar radius, Equatorial Circumference of the Earth, Golden ratio, etc...

How could the people who built the Great Pyramid have such advanced knowledge about Universe? How did they move such a huge amount of stone blocks to the construction site? These are all unanswered questions to date.

However the question that bothers me most is why did they do it, and why the effort to build the pyramid using these exact proportions?

Is this proportion a magic number, does that signify anything, or it's just a display of the ancient Egyptians' knowledge of mathematics and astronomy.

The interesting fact is that the Great Pyramids at Giza are not the only ones in the world.

Here is a list with the most known pyramids in the world:

The Egyptian pyramids at Giza.

The Pyramid of the Moon

The Prasat Thom pyramid temple at Koh Ker.

Pyramids of Gmar, Tenerife

The Nubian Pyramids at Meroe.

The The Greek Pyramid of Hellinikon

Fruit Preservation - Pyramid Experiment Video

This experiment's objective was to observe if the pyramid exerts any effect on organic matter.

I took for this experiment a strawberry and cut it in two. One half was placed under the pyramid and the other half was placed as a control at a few feet from the pyramid.

Observe the effects after a few days.

Pyramid - the Base of the Universe?

Well, actually not only pyramids, and to be more precise the octahedron, but all platonic solids are the base of all the matter in Universe.

According to Jurjen Van der Wal, all the elements of the periodic table have the atomic structure built based on the platonic solids shapes.

If you want to dig more into Jurjen Van der Wal's work, check this blog. Or maybe, even better, buy his book on Amazon.


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