Pyramid Energy: A Short Introduction
Egyptian civilization was one of the greatest and longest lived in the ancient world, lasting for over three thousand years. Now, thousands of years later, this civilization still continues to educate and intrigue.
Ten miles outside the city of Cairo, Egypt, at Giza stands one of the most unique structures on Earth: The Great Pyramid of Egypt, which the largest of all pyramids. It was built for the Pharaoh Khufu. The pyramid itself symbolized both the sun's rays on which the king would ascend to heaven, and the primeval earth mound from which the body of the dead king would be resurrected. It covers 13 acres and rises to the height of a 40 story building. It was constructed with over 2 and a half million blocks of granite and limestone. Each block weighs between two to seventy tons. For centuries the Great Pyramid was shrouded in mystery. Why was it made? Who made it? Why is it shaped as it is? Why is it aligned precisely to north?
As the inner reaches of the Pyramid were explored, a strange phenomenon was discovered. Animals, that had wandered into the pyramid and died, had not decayed - they had mummified! This discovery led to the construction of miniature pyramids that were built to the exact proportions of the Great Pyramids in Egypt.
Just as a lens collects and concentrates light, or a television antenna captures the T.V. program you wish to watch, the pyramid shape collects and focuses the gravitational and magnetic field that swirls over the entire Earth. We call this force Pyramid Energy. This energy has a beneficial effect on all living things and a preservative effect on non-living matter. Scale model replicas of the Great Pyramid of Egypt, when aligned to Magnetic North, trap, focus and resonate Pyramid Energy. This energy is collected by the pyramid shape and discharged from the top (apex).
This discovery may revolutionize the future much in the same way as the utilization of electricity or atomic energy changed the first half of the 20th Century.