Dear Lightgrid Team,
As we are planning for a unique ceremony on december 8th and december 20th/21st and as in a few hours a rare planetary alignment with the pyramids in egypt will take place, I was led to find out more about how to build pyramids which reflect the golden mean - and here is what I found:
The pyramid has five points and four sides plus a base. The line extending from the point shere it would touch the Equator up to the North Pole (base side corner to peak), leans in at 51 degrees, 51 minutes, 14 seconds. Since this book was intended to simplify matters so that you can conduct pyramid studies with ease, here is a simple way to figure out a perfectly proportioned pyramid of any size (See Figure 2.)
Predetermine the length of one side of your base (A). Now on paper, draw a square to your base, then divide it into four quarters. Now, draw a diagonal (B) down one of the small squares and measure it. Mark that measurement from the base up the center line (C). This will be the length of the apothem, that is, the length of the center line down one of the sloping sides of the pyramid. Finish off the triangle by drawing two lines (D) and (E), each running from the top of the mark you have made on the center line (C) down to a bottom corner of your base. By measuring these lines you now have the length of the side edges of your pyramid, and you already know the base measurement. When you look at the triangle you have just drawn, it may look too tall, but dopn't forget that it has to lean in to join with the other three sides. When all four sides are put together you will have a pyramid the right height and leaning in at 51 degrees, 51 minutes, 14 seconds.
This method can be used for any size pyramid, whether it is two inches along its base or 46'1-1/4". There are other methods of constructing a perfect pyramid, but this is the easiest. "
One side of the pyramid should then be oriented to true North - you get detailed instructions at the site (see link above!)
Plot Your Pyramid on Paper First
First, decide on how long you want the base of your pyramid to be: 5 inches, 10 inches, 5 feet, 10 feet, 50 feet, whatever. Then, draw the above diagram to SCALE (E.g. draw out a 5 inch base line for a 5 inch pyramid, or a 5 foot pyramid, or a 50 foot pyramid), follow the instructions given above, and then MEASURE carefully with a precision ruler the height of the apothem (B or C in the above drawing) and the length of the side edges (D or E in the above drawing) and mark down those measurements. These are thethree critical measurements you need to build your pyramid and match the 51 degree, 51 minute, 14 second slope of the Giza pyramid.
It is not necessary to build a pyramid with solid sides. You can just build a pyramid frame out of rigid wire (smaller pyramids only), cast rion pipe, or rigid copper tubing, rigid EMT tubing, or wood and achieve the SAME results as a pyramid with solid sides. To get the Giza action, you MUST orientate one side of the base to align with an axis to true north and secure it in place so it won't move after you've set it correctly.
If you prefer an easier version - this link can help you:
You find a ready to cut out template here - and various interesting links :-)
Love and LIGHT and much fun and enlightenment with your personal pyramid :-)
Sonja Myriel RAouine
Good infos , Here some orgonite in pyramidal form that I made for energy work they work so good ! enjoy .
Incredibly beautiful thanks for sharing these with us David.
WOW!!! i LOVE these, David! You say you made them yourself? HOW? If I may ask? Such BEAUTY ... and VERY powerful tools to detoxify, right?
Love Light BLESSINGS,
PS.: I purchased 12 small crystal pyramids yesterday and placed them around my "CrySku" ...
I'm so excited :-)
Link to a blog on how to create Pyramids from Paul at FOL: