Has anyone has tried using a pyramid to cause their plants to grow
From the book, "The Awesome Life Force", Mr. Cater says to align the
pyramid with the North Magnetic Pole and lower latitude areas benefit
more than higher latitude areas. He also says pyramids with closed
sides with a nonmetal outer layer and reflective inner layer improves
Here's a website that sells the pyramids:
Some of the FAQs
Q. What is pyramid energy?. (So-called Pyramid Power?)
A. Abundant evidence exists to show that "energy of form" is attracted
by, stored in, and emanated from model representations of the Great
Pyramid. Years of investigation reveal that we are dealing with a
multitude of energies, even though various researches tend to give the
phenomenon a single name.
Q. What does it do?
A. It is a fact that properly constructed Pyramid replicas (based upon
the measurements of the Great Pyramid) enhance meditation inside the
form. Models repeatedly produce preservation in organic matter and
induce accelerated growth in plants. Replicas also improve the flavor
of charged foods and liquids and sharpen or polish dull metals.
Q. Is it scientific?
A. If we are to conclude that test results are always 99% effective -
which seems to be a strict requirement by orthodox scientists - the
answer is no. Pyramid energies fluctuate due to solar and lunar
cycles. Still, successes and quality of results are remarkably high
beyond the laws of chance and mundane explanations often given by
For example, some scientists claim that outside mechanical forces are
solely responsible for the phenomenon. Others declare that pyramid
replicas cause freshness in the manner of an ordinary cookie jar. But
how can they make this theory stand when organic substances are
naturally preserved within "open-frame" wire and metal tubing
pyramids, rather than enclosed ones?
Q. Will a pyramid replica mummify organic substances?
A. Numerous tests spanning several decades have established the fact
that a dehydration process takes place when living substances are cut
off from their life source (such as a plant severed from its root
system, or fruit removed from a tree). Preservation, or mummification,
generally takes place when the specimen is exposed to the Pyramid's
interior environment for a sufficient time.