Pyramid Power is Worth Exploring …

Louvre Pyramid

After my friend and colleague, Madeline Gerwick set up a Nubian-style pyramid in her backyard and told me about her results, I was curious and decided to give it a try. Nubian pyramids have a slope of about 70 degrees vs. 40-50 degrees for other pyramids. They were first discovered in western Africa and later throughout eastern Europe, the Ukraine, Russia, China and South America.

Madeline installed her pyramid to decrease the potential for earthquakes in the Seattle area, where she lives. It’s energetically connected to two other pyramids nearby. So far, so good. In addition, she’s noticed improvements in her health, plants growing more quickly, and organic food lasting longer, to name a few things. Madeline’s pyramid holds a bench large enough for two people and two end tables. It has a range of 120 miles.

I sent my pyramid up on September 11th. It’s large enough to hold one chair for meditation, so that I can move it inside during the winter months. It has a range of 70 miles. Since setting it up, I’ve noticed that I’m more focused and I’m accomplishing quite a bit each day … more than usual while also going to bed earlier and getting more sleep.

Do Pyramids Harness Healing Energy?

Pyramids are intelligently designed structures that are being rediscovered all around the world. David Wilcock included a chapter on pyramid power in his 2011 book The Source Field Investigations. They seem to be an ancient, yet advanced, technology that activates natural healing on multiple levels to improve physical, mental and spiritual health. Many experiments, particularly in Russia, have shown that pyramids help to:

  • strengthen the effects of medication (so that you need less)
  • decrease tumor growth
  • close ozone holes
  • increase crop yields
  • decrease the impact of storms and catastrophic Earth changes
  • reduce criminal behavior
  • reduce toxins
  • increase peace and harmony
My Nubian Pyramid

My Nubian Pyramid

Overall, pyramids don’t seem to have any negative impact on people or the environment and they certainly may help to improve quality of life. They may be a simple, untapped energy source that can make a difference in your life, your community and the world.

I purchased my pyramid connector kit from an Etsy store in Croatia and my CPVC pipes from the plumbing department in Lowes. Note that CPVC pipes have the same width as copper pipes (which you can also use). Regular PVC are wider and require the larger and more expensive kit on the Etsy site. Perhaps set one up if you’re interested and curious.