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Some of the effects of pyramid are:

food kept under the pyramid will stay fresh for two to three times longer than uncovered food.Artificial flavorings in food will loose their taste, but natural flavors are enhanced.

The taste of foods change; they become less bitter and acid.

When we take a spectrographic reading of the treated item, it will show a change in the molecular structure.

The pyramid will dehydrate and mummify things, but it will not permit decay or mold to grow.

There is also a slowing or complete stopping of the growth of microorganisms.

Kirlian photographs of human sublects show the aura to be significantly brighter after a 15-minute exposure period.

 

Reactions to pyramid environmentsare :

Persons living inside of a pyramid home; working within a pyramid building, or those who meditate within or sleep under a pyramid framework; or those who sleep above small pyramids aligned in series placed under the bed, generally feel positive, immediate reactions. Reports sometimes include temporary, energy nausea; apparently due to excess body toxins.

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Kirlian photographs of human sublects show the aura to be significantly brighter after a 15-minute exposure period.

 

Nothing like using crackpot/anti-science to try and prop up other crackpot/anti-science.

 

http://skepdic.com/kirlian.html

http://www.straightdope.com/classics/a3_069.html

http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/kirlian.html

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food kept under the pyramid will stay fresh for two to three times longer than uncovered food.

Fridges and freezers can keep food fresh for far longer.

 

Artificial flavorings in food will loose their taste, but natural flavors are enhanced.

This is an indication of chemical changes. What other chemical changes are taking place? Could toxins or carcinogens be produced?

 

The taste of foods change; they become less bitter and acid.

Again, chemical changes are taking place. I'd be wary of this.

 

When we take a spectrographic reading of the treated item, it will show a change in the molecular structure.

yet more evidence of chemical changes taking place. This is sounding like a dangerous practice.

 

The pyramid will dehydrate and mummify things, but it will not permit decay or mold to grow.

Mmmm, mummified meat... :D

 

You know, in real pyramids, they left the corpse to be mummified in Natron (salt) for about a week to get this effect. In those times Salt was a valuable commodity (ever wonder why we call the pay we receive a Salary? It come fro the fact that salt was so valuable it was a form of currency). If only they knew that they could have just left the old guy under the pyramid and achieved the same effect. What a waste.

 

Persons living inside of a pyramid home; working within a pyramid building, or those who meditate within or sleep under a pyramid framework; or those who sleep above small pyramids aligned in series placed under the bed, generally feel positive, immediate reactions.

Positive think achieves the same result. Oh wait, if you think that all that is going to give you a positive effect, that is positive thinking... ;)

 

Reports sometimes include temporary, energy nausea; apparently due to excess body toxins.

Well, nausea is not a positive effect by any stretch.

 

If this is caused by excess toxins, then where did these come form? I can't have had them before I went in as I would have been feeling sick before.

 

Oh wait, above was indication of chemical changes, so these toxins are obviously the result of the pyramid energy. I wonder if I could sue the Egyptians for poisoning me :rolleyes::D

 

Also, maybe these good feelings are just the result of minor poisoning. We take toxins to feel good (alcohol, etc) so the good feelings might not be "good" after all...

 

All pyramids should come with a warning: May induce chemical changes that could result in poisoning.

 

If pyramids did what you are saying, I am going to steer very clear from them. They sound very dangerous.

 

 

Sorry, couldn't resist :P

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Persons living inside of a pyramid home; working within a pyramid building, or those who meditate within or sleep under a pyramid framework; or those who sleep above small pyramids aligned in series placed under the bed, generally feel positive, immediate reactions.

So how do those who gamble in the pyramid shaped Luxor Casino feel?

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Hi weknowthewor!

 

Some of the effects of pyramid are:

 

The taste of foods change; they become less bitter and acid.

That IS a fact! For instance, strong flavoured cigarettes become mild in taste . Than I hared more and more about wine, keeping wine inside a Pyramid would make it taste better and that was it. So I decided to make myself a Pyramid out of card board or bristle board, it´s cheap and it works just as well. I started that Experiment with a very cheap wine brand, that actually tastes more like alcohol instead of wine. Never the less, 1 month later, I opened that bottle of wine and another one of the same type and bought at the same time. Both had no odour. The one that wasn´t stored in the Pyramid, tasted like described above and the Pyramid wine, ...:eek::eyebrow::D ...it was as if I´d just tasted a very sweet, grape wine!!! :confused: BUT, there was only one more thing, that I didn´t expect of taste. There was also a taste of "FERMENTATION" although, that Bottle was never opened.

 

I´ve repeated that Experiment with other wines. There was always a difference of the original wine taste. That above wine, since it was a cheap wine, it had Sulphur in it, to stabilize colour and taste. That´s the way it is, with such cheap wine. The Pyramid wine had a more Golden colour instead of a almost clear colour. Then I tried a wine for €4,- Euros. The above was a white wine, this one here, a red wine that had no Sulphur and could additionally be stored for up to 3-4 Years. It was a sweet wine. But after a months time inside that Pyramid, it tasted more watery instead of a nice sweet, wine taste. By 40% Vodka, it turned the Vodka into a mild Alcohol.

 

When we take a spectrographic reading of the treated item, it will show a change in the molecular structure.

That would be an idea, to take some readings of alcoholic beverages that were kept inside of a Pyramid. Except for Bier! Bier decays within 2-3 days.

 

The pyramid will dehydrate and mummify things, but it will not permit decay or mold to grow.

Yes it does, If that item was too well locked up in an air tight storage container. I did it with a peace of sausage. Within 5 days, the tiny fat peaces were molten out of the sausage and it was as hard, as beef jerky. Normally, when I´d air dry that sausage, it wouldn´t dry up that much. Then I placed it into a clear, see through small plastic container, just to see, what would happen and... it became mold on it.

 

About Kirlian photographs...

What it shows on Pyramids, I´d be curious, how my Pyramids would look like, here a link to that Pic., of Pyramids and other interesting things. To get to the Pyramids, you have to scroll all the way down on that side...

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/piramides/esp_piramide_18.htm

 

Reactions to pyramid environments are

 

meditate within

Meditation within a Pyramid is one thing But, when you decide to attain or achieve something, while Meditating inside of a Pyramid, will get you much further than just sitting in there.

 

or sleep under a pyramid framework;

I tried that one time, to sleep under a Frame work of a pyramid. Right after work, I got myself the wooden frame parts. After I pulled my bed underneath it, I was dead tired already, everything was the way it needed to be. The bed and the Pyramid face pointed to the North. So I went to bed. I turned off the lights, for a good night sleep... :eek: I don´t know how fast I fell asleep but the dream that I had was so realistic, it was as if I had never fallen asleep!!! I dreamed, that I got up, turned the lights on and started to take the Pyramid apart! Suddenly I woke up, turned on the lights, looked around and thought, oh good, it´s still there! Again, I fell asleep and this happened again, and I didn´t find that very funny anymore but I gave it another try but after that time, I got up for real AND DID take it apart for good.

 

I guess, there´s something that didn´t want me to possibly see, what was really behind that Pyramid curtain. Max Toth and a college, who wrote that book, "PYRAMID POWER", I believe it was Toth, who got the permission to stay one night in the Cheops Pyramid and there he too, encountered some strange things. Some things, that didn´t want him to stay there eighter.

 

Reports sometimes include temporary, energy nausea; apparently due to excess body toxins.

That I´ve heared very often too and it never happened to me exceppt one time. Since I have had sleeping problems for a very long time, I heared about things like Lay-Lines, so I decided to sleep in the oposite directione, the way I normaly sleep. For about 3 Weeks, I became very bad Migrane Headachse and I couldn´t figure out why, untill I did. Imediatelly I changed my sleeping positione and it went back to normality.

 

The same thing with the MythBusters! I hoped for them to be doing it scientifically but one of the female in the Team started to manipulate the Experiments. She failed to water the plants, that´s where it started but, may be they got some lecture from some higher sources, to end that Experiment for good, even if it means to screw it up. And that´s how it is today in the show business, You do what you´re told or you leave and that´s that.

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The pyramid will dehydrate and mummify things, but it will not permit decay or mold to grow.

Yes it does, If that item was too well locked up in an air tight storage container. I did it with a peace of sausage. Within 5 days, the tiny fat peaces were molten out of the sausage and it was as hard, as beef jerky. Normally, when I´d air dry that sausage, it wouldn´t dry up that much. Then I placed it into a clear, see through small plastic container, just to see, what would happen and... it became mold on it

I left a couple of saussaages out on the bench a while ago. One got mold on it and the other didn't. I didn't use pyramids or anything.

 

Besides the Egyptians never believed that the pyramids actually mummyfied things, that is what they had to leave the bodies of their Pharaos in huge pils of salt for several weeks prior to sticking them into the pyramid. In aincient times Salt was extremely valuable (sometimes worth more than gold), so why would they waste all that extremely valuable material if it was not needed? The Pharaohs wern't preserved because of the pyramid, they were preserved because of being dehydrated with salt.

 

Actually some foods, like sausage, has salt in them and the amount can vary between them. So one sausage might have enough salt in it to kill and dehydrate bacteria and mould (stopping it from growing) and another might not have enough to do this. Mould spors might land on one piece of food and not another. There are probably thousands of reasons that one piece of food might get mould on it and another would.

 

The one in the pyramid might have been further form other food and so less likely for any mould on the other food to spread it's spores. The pyramid might have been ina more sheltered spot (well you would put in there so it doesn't get bumped), and so forth.

 

The taste of foods change; they become less bitter and acid.

That IS a fact! For instance, strong flavoured cigarettes become mild in taste .

But will the cigaretts still give you cancer?

 

Flavous can change over time. Chemical reaction that normally occur in foods can change their flavours. Acids can break down (react with the surounding chemicals) as acids are reactive (and we use this property of acids for many things). Also with acidic foods (like citrus) they will ripen over time and produce more sugers along with the break down of the acids (making them more sweet and less acidic).

 

So foods change their flavours over time. Not suprising at all. This effect has been know for thousands of years and has never requiered a pyramid before.

 

When we take a spectrographic reading of the treated item, it will show a change in the molecular structure.

That would be an idea, to take some readings of alcoholic beverages that were kept inside of a Pyramid. Except for Bier! Bier decays within 2-3 days.

Beer was a staple of Egyptians. Egyptian Beer has been found in pyramids and Egyptian tombs. And besides, what would it be about beer that would cause it to react badly with pyramids?

 

So I decided to make myself a Pyramid out of card board or bristle board, it´s cheap and it works just as well. I started that Experiment with a very cheap wine brand, that actually tastes more like alcohol instead of wine. Never the less, 1 month later, I opened that bottle of wine and another one of the same type and bought at the same time. Both had no odour. The one that wasn´t stored in the Pyramid, tasted like described above and the Pyramid wine, ... ...it was as if I´d just tasted a very sweet, grape wine!!! BUT, there was only one more thing, that I didn´t expect of taste. There was also a taste of "FERMENTATION" although, that Bottle was never opened.

The thing about cheap wines is that they are cheap for a reason. This is usually because there is a lot of variation within the batches. So you m ight buy one bottle that tastes good, but then another bottle is not very nice. :doh:

 

Even with expensive wines. There can be problems with the cork that can cause one bottle to taste bad and another to be quite good. Sometimes abottle could be stored on it's side and anothe bottle might be stored upright. Depending on the wine and the type of cork, this can change the tastes of the wines. Again, thousands of reasons that one bottle could taste differently to the other and many of them much more likely than it was caused by the pyramid.

 

Here is another thing abut taste, our expectations effect what we taste. Try this experiment:

 

Get two pieces of bread, use food colouring to dye one green and leave the other uncoloured.

 

Ask someone to try the breads and tell you if one of them tastes differnet to the other. You will find that people will say the taste of the gree one is differnet to the uncoloured one. Even though they were taken form the same loaf of bread and the food colouring has no taste.

 

Why, becaus ethey expect coloured foods to taste differently to uncoloured foods. :eek:

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The same thing with the MythBusters! I hoped for them to be doing it scientifically but one of the female in the Team started to manipulate the Experiments. She failed to water the plants, that´s where it started but, may be they got some lecture from some higher sources, to end that Experiment for good, even if it means to screw it up. And that´s how it is today in the show business, You do what you´re told or you leave and that´s that.[/i]

 

Nice way to leap to conclusions there.

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