In 1993, during a visit to the Keops pyramid in Egypt, a French scientist named Voguis noticed the existence of live insects and rodents close to the passage leading to the monumental complex's royal chamber. However, when he entered the chamber, similar species were dead or preserved. Shortly after, the researcher constructed a pyramid proportional to that of Keops and began a series of experiments.
He placed pieces of flesh outside the construction and others at a level of one third from the base, corresponding to the location of the royal chamber.
The following day he discovered that the pieces of meat placed outside the pyramid had rotted and those inside had been preserved.
This proved the existence of an unknown energy -some call it pyramidal- which provokes such effects.
Ten year later, a Czech geologist placed used razor blades under a steel pyramid - positioned north to south and with the blades at a level of one third from the base - which he later recovered.
Engineer Nils Ponce M.A., head of the environmental geology group affiliated to the Institute of Geology and Paleontology (IGP), Cuba, gave a talk recently about Radiesthesia*.
Just as minerals provide an energy halo, living beings present around them another known as their bio-energetic field, whose real existence is demonstrated by specialized electronic photos through operating little metallic bars, the so-called radiestesia measurement.
"This responds to a type of energy whose origin and nature are still unexplained," Ponce stated.
The Cuban geologist explained that in order to research the effects of this energy, he carried out some experiments using six minerals, among them quartz. He built a steel pyramid on a square base, whose sides measured 20 centimeters.
Soon after, he wrapped each of the minerals and measured them.
"I later placed each one below the pyramid and gave each one 30 minutes. Then I measured them in eight directions -north, south, northeast, southeast, west, northwest, east and west- and the measurements differed when they were outside the pyramid," he noted. He added that the minerals exposed to the pyramidal action "were energized, and had increased their radio and magnetic camp."
Ponce concluded his research by affirming that pyramids generate a type of energy unknown to date, sensitive to measurement and at the same time of being exploited and applied in therapeutic, industrial and domestic spheres.
He gave the practical example of a dentist working in a dental clinic in the Havana municipality of San Miguel del Padrón. "She placed the spent rotors of the drill under a pyramid she had made herself, and managed to totally restore them."
Ponce highlighted that from the economic point of view, the pyramids have several advantages since "they can be built in different sizes depending on their intended use." He gave the example of how in the agricultural sphere, water tanks for organic farms are placed under a pyramid and, after a period ranging from 24 to 48 hours, "the energized water is used for irrigation, subsequently provoking an increased and vigorous growth in fresh and root vegetables."
In the case of medicine, he explained that the pyramidal method can help to cure arthritis and rheumatism if the patient sleeps underneath a pyramid.
He specified that the fundamental requisite for a pyramid is to construct it of wood or any type of metal -aluminum, copper, steel, iron- with a square base (all equal sides and the edges in the style of the Egyptian Keops pyramid), facing north-south and to place the object one third of the way upward from the base because the energy is concentrated at that point.
"This method is not at all costly and could have great economic effects."