Russian Pyramid Update

Russian Pyramid Update

Its been a while since the last update, having a 4yr old plus twins has pretty much taken me out of pyramid research for the moment. That being said I had to continue field testing my original plywood Russian pyramid seen in earlier posts. When we moved I installed the 4ft pyramid on a rocky area behind the house and here are some of the effects I have been noticing:

Trees sprouting out of solid rock near the pyramid

russian pyramid tree from rock

Laundry seems to dry quicker (seems like a wimpy use for pyramid power but I need dry laundry!)

russian pyramid dries clothes

Everyone sleeps longer and with less night waking

Colds, coughs etc, appear to not be as intense and heal quicker

trees sprouting near russian pyramid The ground may not look very rocky but I went at it with a very large excavator to create gravel for my building projects and trust me it is solid down there! I noticed these little madrone trees started literally popping out of solid rock soon after I moved the pyramid to this location.

Even though I am super busy with starting a family, being self employed, building a larger house, being a volunteer fire fighter and other “minor details” I am super excited to do more and larger Russian pyramids!

The two I have in mind currently are a foam (expanded polystyrene pyramid) over a dry sensory deprivation chamber. Think old style waterbed heated to body temperature in total darkness, can you say relax and empower? Ventilation of this kind of meditation pyramid will be interesting because it needs to be absolutely dark and silent at the same time. I am actually thinking of hinging the entire pyramid at the base so one can tip the whole pyramid up, climb underneath and then let it down for full immersion in blessed silence and darkness.

The other one I am planning will be a compound miter wood frame pyramid out of coastal yellow cedar. This wood is fantastic, easy to work, aromatic, and last for ever out doors with no surface treatment. This pyramid would go in the garden for plant growth and artistic value.

Of course all pyramids will be properly aligned to true north as well as being built as level and square as I possibly can. The research shows the sharper the angles, the tighter the joints the better the results.

More experiments to come as time permits!

This entry was posted in Russian Pyramids. Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Russian Pyramid Update

  1. kent says:

    Does one align the pyramid north or magnetic north?

    • admin says:

      Hi Kent,
      True north is the best for Russian Pyramids and magnetic for Giza style pyramids. But please try both orientations and let us know. Use a dowsing rod or pendulum to assess which orientation is best in your location.

  2. Sara Licht says:

    Thanks for the updates! David Wilcock mentions that the pyramids must be made without using metal – no screws, nails, etc. Did you follow this? What are your thoughts?
    I made my first cardboard pyramid in college, put a glass of milk under it (on the roof of my dorm) and returned to find it had blown away. (or had it? lol)
    A year and a half ago, was inspired by the Russian Pyramid experiment and started building another, then got distracted. Getting curious again to give it a go!

    Love the photos, very beautiful outdoors there.
    Sara

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *