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THE SECRETS
OF THE PYRAMIDS

REVEALED

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Pyramid-shaped construction was chosen for the accumulation of orgone
energy because, optically, the pyramid is a lens, or an eyeglass for scalar waves,
whose focus is located at one third of the pyramids height, in its interior.
Because of this, most pyramids were built as orgone accumulators, from layers of
paramagnetic and diamagnetic materials, in order to improve the absorption of
orgone energy from the surrounding space.

Ad.3. Th e pyramid focus can be easily explained on a small paper model of
a pyramid. On each lateral surface, we draw a vertical line from each angle to the
middle of the opposite side. Th is way, we get a central point at the intersection of
the vertical lines on each side of any lateral surface of a pyramid. We drive a piece
of wire into this point, and we direct it toward the lower angle of the opposite
surface of the pyramid.

Aft er we drive all four wires through lateral surfaces, they will be touching
each other in the very focus of this eyeglass of ours, this lens of the scalars.

Figure 56. Focus points of Khufu’s pyramid

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Ad.4. If we would drive our wires into the pyramid in a diff erent way,
vertically into the lateral surface of each side of our pyramid, the spot were all the
wires touch would be somewhat lower. Th is is another important junction and
focus, a resonant spot inside the pyramid.

If we imagine that our pyramid has a refl ective shadow inside the Earth,
below its base, and if we would draw vertical lines to the imaginary lateral surfaces,
we would fi nd the lower focus and the lower resonant point (Figure 56.). Th ese
are the three places where – in some pyramids – the chambers are located, for
apparently incidental reasons. Th ese are the rooms from which slanted cavities
exit towards the lateral surfaces, i.e. tunnels from which stars in the sky can be
seen.

Ad.5. Why is fl owing water above the surface important?
Ad.6. Why is an undergroung water current important?
We know that water is the source of all life, and a very specifi c medium.

Water absorbs orgone energy (the omnipresent energy of space), but water has
many additional abilities, and it is an emitter of orgone, which always fl ows from
a lower concentration to a higher concentration upon encountering it. Water has
the ability to convert moleculary incoherent waves that enter it into moleculary
coherent waves. Water memorizes and oscillates, depending on the type of energy
stimulating it. Neutrinos stimulate water into infrasonic oscillations.

Now, it’s time for another, and probably most important secret of water.
Perhaps you have seen a trout, that pretty fi sh commonly encountered in brooks
and creeks, simply standing still in the middle of a rapid, even if one would
expect the water to carry the trout away, or at least to see the trout swimming and
struggling to stay in place. However, the trout remains motionless. It stands still
without as much as moving its fi ns.

You see, you were not the only one to notice it. Viktor Schauberger, who loved
nature and performed surveys and experiments to clarify this issue, determined
that this phenomenon is caused by the temperature diff erence between the fi sh
and the water, a total of 4 degrees Celsius, which he called the „water anomaly
point“. Th is is the diff erence of 4 degrees Celsius where all forces that act inside
water are nullifi ed, creating perfect harmony and balance. Th ese four degrees in
temperature diff erence make this natural wonder visible and observable.

It is believable to say that our ancestors and the builders of the pyramids
knew about this specifi c property of water. Th ey were using aboveground water
currents to transport warm orgone, and they called this water, which was fi lled
with the power of the sun, „male water“, as opposed to the underground water,
which they called „female“, carrying cold orgone. It was hardly a problem to
achieve a temperature diff erence of four degrees Celsius. Underground water

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