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Re: Batteries charging under pyramid : replications
« Reply #15 on: June 19, 2009, 09:20:37 AM »
i suspect that the pyramid broke up all those hydrogen atoms, into protons and electrons.
and it used the electrons to generate electricity.
just like a hydrogen cell does on a modern car !

i also suspect that the pyramid was sucking positive magnetism out of earths ionosphere, and negative magnetism out of earths ground.

the "chemical solution" floating in the kings chamber, might have IONICALLY ATTRACTED positive and negative magnetism, into the pyramid !

for example.

the ionosphere is EXTREMELY positive. so there must be vast amounts of negatively charged electrons floating in it.

if the solution in the grand gallery had diamagnet atoms such as copper and bismuth floating in it,
that made the solution positively charged enough,
than the electrons would constantly be flowing into the pyramid, from the sky.

possibly to the effect of lightning bolts constantly striking the peak of the pyramid !

the sand in the desert is negative. or paramagnetic.
the desert is also much flatter than the pyramid is.

so a huge bucket of positively charged liquid,
connected to a tall antenna pointing up into the sky,
would be an EXTREMELY powerful attractor for electrons !

compared to a flat, negatively charged desert.
which would actually repel electrons.

the pyramid would be collecting electrons for miles around, since the pyramid is the only positive polarity to attract them !

i got this idea when i read that the single-polarity of the bedini motor, was bringing dead batteries back to life.

and when les brown got hadokened by his pyramid, when he connected the metal peak and the ground, with his body.

and from people mentioning that pyramids have recharged their batteries.

all 3 of those things involved diamagnetic/paramagnetic metals/water,
(in batteries AND in the human body !)
and electron transfer creating electricity !

the frequencies that the pyramid created, likely excited the atoms.

causing the atoms to be even more diamagnetic/paramagnetic than they already were.
which caused the materials to attract EVEN MORE electrons from the ionosphere !


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Re: Batteries charging under pyramid : replications
« Reply #16 on: June 19, 2009, 09:37:41 AM »

lets say that you have a 333 foot tall pyramid, sitting in a field.
under the open sky.

the pyramid is made of copper pipes.

there is a vast amount of positive magnetism, and negative electrons, in the ionosphere.
this positive magnetism constantly wants to touch the ground. and it will take the shortest path to get there.

the 333 foot tall pyramid, is the shortest path. so the positive magnetism is constantly flowing into it.

the negative electrons are attracted to the positive magnetism. so the negative electrons FOLLOW THE POSITIVE MAGNETISM, INTO THE PYRAMID !

but when the positive magnetism and the electrons reach the pyramid, there is a problem.
they have FOUR POSSIBLE PATHS, to reach the ground !

the electrons/positive magnetism are pulled in all 4 directions at once, yet can only travel in one direction at a time.
so what do they do ?
build up from the peak down !

negative magnetism and spare protons are doing the opposite.
they are sitting in the negative ground, and are attracted to the sky.

so the negative magnetism and its protons, climb up the pyramid. because the pyramid is the path of least resistance, to the sky.

the negative magnetism and protons build up, above the peak of the pyramid.

the negative magnetism above the peak, also helps to hold the positive magnetism in the middle.
and visa versa.

and who knows about the protons above the pyramid, and the electrons inside the pyramid.


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Re: Batteries charging under pyramid : replications
« Reply #17 on: December 14, 2009, 06:38:25 PM »
Ok, it's important to start somewhere... :)

Here's a selection to read. Please note that some of these books do not deal directly with pyramids, but with "qualitative" aspects of the field we are exploring and similar subjects of the so-called para-science, and are relevant to general education:

Patrick Flanagan - Pyramid Power - The Millennium Science -

Les Brown - The Pyramid -

Otto Rahn - Invisible Radiations -

Georges Lakhovsky - Waves That Heal -

The Principles of Light and Color by Edwin D Babbitt (1878) -

Hi all :)

Did anyone try to build the pyramid according to the figure 2? I am talking about the "Les Brown - The pyramid" e-book. This drawing is on page 21, for me this is a fraud, because if you build a pyramid according to this scheme, then this pyramid will not have 51* 51" 14' degrees at slope to the base. There will be exactly 45 degrees among the side slope to the base. I know this because I already have built a pyramid, and I wonder why there is such a mistake. Does anyone have the original printed book? In my country, this book is not available for purchase. In every e-book which I found is the same drawing, which is drawn not precisely on pink background. I think, that somebody has changed this drawing from some reason. Notice that all photos in this e-book are on grey background.

I wonder what was the original simple way to draw a perfect pyramid. Because as I said this way contained in the e-book is incorrect.

PS. Sorry for my English. I still learn it :P



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Re: Batteries charging under pyramid : replications
« Reply #18 on: December 23, 2009, 12:51:50 AM »

That is a good observation as I have just tried it by printing the page 21 four times and assembling a pyramid yields 45 deg angle.

I must admit though that I have used Flanagan's book as a reference to build my test pyramids though, but why is the drawing in Les Brown's book wrong I do not know.


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Re: Batteries charging under pyramid : replications
« Reply #19 on: July 30, 2010, 02:04:27 PM »
Finally somebody uploaded to the torrent site, a full version movie  "Les brown - The physics of crystals"

Here is the link:

Much more, about power of pyramids  you can read in excelent book "John DeSalvo (2003) The Complete Pyramid Sourcebook" which is available to download here:
« Last Edit: July 30, 2010, 02:51:29 PM by sztudynt »


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Re: Batteries charging under pyramid : replications
« Reply #20 on: May 25, 2012, 02:44:05 AM »
You said something about the hydrogen as a source of energy, Ive been thinking about my water cells and how they work, not sure it has to be a pyramid to attain that effect, see the blinkyblue live cam and read how I think it works,it relates maybe to how they used the pyramid for energy, I did say maybe.


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Re: Batteries charging under pyramid : replications
« Reply #21 on: August 06, 2012, 03:31:45 PM »
Hey thats a great point, has anyone tried their pyramid over a water reservoir of some sort, a water well, or even a small pond or puddle of water???? just a thought =]]


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Re: Batteries charging under pyramid : replications
« Reply #22 on: May 17, 2018, 01:27:39 AM »
Hi everyone!

Is there anyone working on pyramid free energy projects currently?

Best regards