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pyramid

 
Khafre Pyramid
Silbury PyramidSilbury Pyramid  

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The pyramid base contains the circle of the mound (Red Pyramid)

The circle of the mound contains the pyramid base (Khafre pyramid)

The pyramid appears narrow along the axis and broad along the diagonal.

The shape of the pyramid is also determined by its height.

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Pyramid Features

Common features found in pyramids discovered on all continents on Earth

The positioning of the pyramid is purposely selected with a special regard for mathematics and the cosmos.  The corners of the pyramid accurately point to the four cardinal directions of North, South, East and West or reflect the two equinoxes and the two solstices.

Pyramids are carefully planned and constructed, often from the same blueprint.

Water nearby is common to all pyramids

A pyramid is able to collect negative ions from underground water without electrical wires.

Wireless Ley line/Earth energies bisect the pyramid.

The pyramid shape can PRODUCE AN IONIC CURRENT which can be converted into seismic (acoustic) waves in a wide range of frequencies.  Each pyramid has its own unique emitting frequency.

They all contain crystalline stones. Crystal is a transducer of electrical and mechanical energy, so that every pyramid is a giant crystal piezoelectric transducer. 

[A transducer is a power transforming devices which converts one form of energy into another. The piezo-electric transducer based upon the properties possessed by certain crystalline material (granite, sarsen stone, salt), converts electrical energy to acoustic energy, and vice versa. They have been used as the basic element of oscillators to provide very-high-frequency stability above about 20kHZ in transmitters and in electronic measuring equipment.

The first practical application for piezoelectric devices was sonar, first developed during World War I. In France in 1917, Paul Langevin and his co-workers developed an ultrasonic submarine detector. The detector consisted of a transducer, made of thin quartz crystals carefully glued between two steel plates, and a hydrophone to detect the returned echo. By emitting a high-frequency chirp from the transducer, and measuring the amount of time it takes to hear an echo from the sound waves bouncing off an object, one can calculate the distance to that object].

Cavities, passages, chambers and anti-chambers are found inside and/or beneath the base of the pyramid.

Each pyramid contains ‘inherited’ items - artefacts, which over the centuries have been open to many misinterpretations.

 

    The material used in the original construction of the pyramid, the climatic conditions endured over the centuries and the respect (or otherwise) shown by the peoples living with these monuments, determines the size, shape and even if the pyramid still exists. 

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    Photos of a denuded 'Silbury Hill' pyramid mound found close to the Bent Pyramid in Dashur, approximately 40 kilometers south of Cairo. 

 

With the rapid expansion of the World Wide Web, the number of Independent Researchers investigating these ancient  monuments is increasing at a phenomenal rate and pieces are being added daily to the jigsaw of our amazing evolution.

Can pyramid power be a solution to our energy crisis?

Will we once again see beautiful pyramids populate our landscape in the near future!?