Pyramid FAQ by Bill Cox
Q. What is pyramid energy?. (So-called Pyramid Power?)
A. Abundant evidence exists to show that " energy of form" is attracted by, stored in, and emanated from model representations of the Great Pyramid. Years of investigation reveal that we are dealing with a multitude of energies, even though various researches tend to give the phenomenon a single name.
Q. What does it do?
A. It is a fact that properly constructed Pyramid replicas (based upon the measurements of the Great Pyramid) enhance meditation inside the form. Models repeatedly produce preservation in organic matter and induce accelerated growth in plants. Replicas also improve the flavor of charged foods and liquids and sharpen or polish dull metals.
Q. Is it scientific?
A. If we are to conclude that test results are always 99% effective - which seems to be a strict requirement by orthodox scientists - the answer is no. Pyramid energies fluctuate due to solar and lunar cycles. Still, successes and quality of results are remarkably high beyond the laws of chance and mundane explanations often given by science.
For example, some scientists claim that outside mechanical forces are solely responsible for the phenomenon. Others declare that pyramid replicas cause freshness in the manner of an ordinary cookie jar. But how can they make this theory stand when organic substances are naturally preserved within " open-frame" wire and metal tubing pyramids, rather than enclosed ones?
Q. Will a pyramid replica mummify organic substances?
A. Numerous tests spanning several decades have established the fact that a dehydration process takes place when living substances are cut off from their life source (such as a plant severed from its root system, or fruit removed from a tree).
Preservation, or mummification, generally takes place when the specimen is exposed to the Pyramid's interior environment for a sufficient time.
Q. How long does this take?
A. Depending on the quick or slow decay rate of the specimen, its size, thickness, composition and other considerations, the results may be evident within a few hours up to several days.
Q. Does this always happen?
A. No, there are exceptions. The expected outcome may vary. Years of experimentation have shown that accuracy of measurements, rigidity and orientation of the Pyramid, its location, time and environment; weather conditions and even the operator, all contribute to the success or failure of any pyramid experiment.
Q. Will pyramid exposure mummify my brain?
A. No. First of all, humans are self-contained, living organic systems. If a severed part of an animal, for example, were placed under a pyramid, it would tend to mummify, but the whole creature is immune to mummification." A living plant, for example, is usually energized when placed inside a pyramid. But once the plant, or any portion of it (such as a leaf), is cut off from the root system, dehydration and subsequent mummification usually occurs.
Preservation is the by-product of the expected mummification process. Bacteria (micro- organisms) that normally cause breakdown, decay and putrification in organic matter, are somehow retarded from carrying out their normal function.
Q. What happens when I meditate under, or inside of a pyramid?
A. Preliminary research shows that one's brain waves may be altered in favorable ways. Early experiments with test subjects connected to an electroencephalograph (EEG) shown signs of increased Alpha and Theta brainwave production, higher frequencies and greater amplitudes. Alpha and Theta brain waves appear to increase with higher amplitudes, when one is in a meditative, intuitional creative state of mind.
Q. Is the King's Chamber level, one-third up from the base center, the best location for tests?
A. Pyramid energies seem to increase as the specimen is raised up toward the interior apex. The most efficacious spots are, in most cases, just below (inside), or just above (outside) of the peak. There are some exceptions, however. Over exposure may occur with certain plants being placed too close to the apex, as if they had been over-fertilized with strong chemicals.
Q. Will an ordinary experimental pyramid sharpen metal? If so, how long does it take?
A. Yes, a cardboard replica may even sharpen knives, scissors, razor blades and surprisingly, even electric shavers. Correct exposure time depends upon many factors. But, if the test is set up properly, noticeable results have been reported after over-night pyramid exposure. Electric razors and heavy duty cutlery may require two days or more. Interesting to note that WWI Russian soldiers discovered that a full moon dulled a razor's edge.
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Q. How large should a meditation pyramid be?
A. The standard meditation size pyramid, suitable for one or two sitting subjects, has a six-foot base length on each of its four sides. This produces a model approximately three feet, ten inches high.
When the base lengths are increased to ten feet on each side, the pyramid should be approximately six feet, four inches high. A model of this size should accommodate six or more persons sitting in lotus positions.
OVERHEAD: Pyramid replicas suspended above reading, work area or sleeping zones are effective when base sides each measure three feet in length. The rays projecting downward from the base are thought to be more gentle than emanations near the apex. Tubular frame replicas, with six foot base lengths, are also popular for sleeping areas.
TABLE MODEL REPLICAS: of 12" on each base side are standard. Wire frame pyramids are ideal for razorblade sharpening tests or on aiding plant growth when small test specimens are used.
Q. Is a larger pyramid more effective than a smaller one?
A. Not necessarily so. This is a mistaken belief described in various books on the subject which were written during the 1970's. The specimen's location within the pyramid, whether on the floor, mounted on a platform, or just under the apex, affect the time and ultimate results.
Q. What will sleeping under a pyramid do for me?
A. In hundreds of tests over the years, results have been mixed. Sometimes, in the early stages (the first few weeks for example) sensations and psychological aspects can be quite dramatic, and nearly always positive. Later on, changes are sometimes less noticeable. Over the years, we have received numerous reports that over-the-bed pyramid exposure can be quite stimulating, sometimes making it difficult for one to sleep many hours during the night. Personal comments and letters suggest that small pyramids aligned under one's bed may produce a more tranquilizing effect.