posted on Sep, 24 2013 @ 10:02 PM
I wasn't going to reply because I didn't feel like typing a long reply, but now here it is:
When I was about 19 I was really into what would have been considered "the occult". I bought a book called "Pyramid Power". It talked about all
the strange things that happened at the site of the pyramids, and if I recall, there was a story about a guy who had climbed to the peak of the Giza
pyramid, and raised his hand and claimed to feel something like static electricity.
It also went into experiments done with model pyramids and, how just as some people here posted, the results were seemingly miraculous.
The same year, I happened to come across a plastic pyramid in a store. It was supposed to be an exact-to-scale replica of a "real" pyramid. It
contained the pyramid itself, a rectangular pedestal exactly 1/3 the height of the pyramid, and a base, which was used to align everything.
I set it up precisely according to the instructions and placed a razor blade on the platform inside. I can't remember how long it was, but some days
later I took out the blade and tried it. I couldn't see any difference, but it very well may have been a little sharper.
I wanted to try something more definitive, so I cut up an apple. I put one slice on the platform in the pyramid, and left the other on the table
After a few days, the slice outside the pyramid was dried, curling and turning dark brown.
I lifted the pyramid to see what the other piece looked like, and suprisingly, it hadn't darkened in color at all, and was much less curled than the
first. It appeared more freeze-dried than rotting.
I surmised that maybe because it was in an enclosed space it retained more mosture. I covered it again, and again, a few days later checked on the
Once again, the one in the pyramid was far better preserved. The one outside, on the table was disgusting looking.
I know this isn't scientific proof of anything, but the results were good enough that I think there's at least a possibility that something is
happening here. I want to try it again.