The Great Pyramid Energy Experiment!
I talked about my interest in pyramids and using them in the garden, in another discussion in the "Growing Food" category. Since it appears that no one here has had much, if any, experience with them, I decided (with encouragement from Marjory W.) to create this post to let whomever is interested know; what I am doing with my experiments and what kind of results I get. Sound good? Let's begin...
The 2 styles of pyramids i'm going to use are Giza and Russian. I recently learned that there are also Nubian pyramids that don't have quite as steep of an angle as the Russian ones, but there isn't as much research on them. So I will just be using the other 2 for my experiments.
I think you all know what the Giza pyramid looks like. Well, the Russian style has a steeper slope and is more narrow at the base than the Giza style.
The Giza style keeps a higher concentration of energy within the walls and not so much radiating out from them. The Russian not only has the high energy inside, but also projects high energy from it's walls to the outside.
With this in mind, I plan to use Russian pyramids to place around the garden to create a kind of energy bubble that is supposed to eliminate disease and insect problems, increase the growth and production, and improve the flavor of the food raised. These pyramids will not have solid sides put on them. They will only have the framework because they are supposed to work just as well without the sides and well... it's less expensive!
I will use the Giza pyramid to treat seeds so that they have better germination, growth and production, Energize water for use on seedlings, and charge stones that can be placed around the fruit trees and grapevines situated outside of the garden area and any other use I can think of for it. I have some old seeds I'm anxious to try this on.😊 Since I will be putting things inside this pyramid, I will be covering it with plastic.
I will also be using what is called a pyramid matrix or grid in each corner of the Giza pyramid to increase the energy inside. So, what is a pyramid matrix? Glad you asked! It's a rectangular tray holding a grid of tiny 1-inch square Giza style pyramids. I haven't decided on the size of the tray yet but it could hold 15, 20, 72, or however many pyramids you want to use. I'll probably start with a smaller number because those tiny buggers are going to take a lot of time to make LOL!
I'll also be using a grid with a foil lined piece of cardboard placed on top, to grow some seedlings on to see how that goes. Gosh! There are so many ways to use pyramid energy!
Eventually, I want to put a Russian pyramid over our water well to treat all the water we use. The pyramids produce a cylinder of energy that surrounds it and extends up above and below it, so I figure it should work on a well.
I found instructions on making a "psychotronic twirler" which is supposed to spin when near an energy source and I want to try one to see if it will respond to the pyramid energy. That way I can monitor how strong it is inside and how far outside the pyramids. This will be FUN!
As of right now... I have ordered connectors for the first 3 pyramids which should be here by Monday the 25th. 1 Giza and 2 Russian. I plan to make 11 Russian altogether. 4 around the upper garden, 4 around our aquaponics greenhouse (another one of our projects), 1 by our RV that we are living in (for EMF protection as well as our health), 1 by the main house where our friend Rob lives and 1 over the water well.
In the meantime, I'm making up some of the matrixes for placing in the corners of the Giza model. Tomorrow we are going to pick up the PVC pipe for the base and sides, and the plastic to enclose the Giza with. YES, I will be posting pics!
This is a brief overview of the project. I will go into more detail on each aspect as we go on this journey. I'm so glad you are here with me! 👍️
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