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The First Stimulus

Let us examine the construction of the pyramids that performed the role of antennae for "comunication with gods".

One of the types of pyramid that belonged to the global communications system had a stepped shape. Such pyramids were made from metal1 , and had an overall telescopic structure, with the steps moving up and down, in and out, something like a camera lens (Fig. 19).

A reconstruction of the Babylonian ziggurat of the god Marduk
Fig. 19 A reconstruction of the Babylonian ziggurat of the god Marduk
Fig. 20 The “fine-focus lens” on the top stage of antenna pyramids.

The ability to regulate the height of the steps made it possible to attune the pyramid to one person then to another. In the upper surface of the highest step there was a “fine-focus lens” (Fig. 20) that in the later masonry ziggurats degenerated into a lenticular protuberance on the top.

The tuning of such a pyramid was based on a certain individual parameter of the intended recipient (their distinctive biological frequency) through which it was possible to unerringly reach the required Neferu or human being. The communication between Neferu or between Neferu and human took place in the form of mental images with the aid of telepathy. It was this kind of pyramid that became the prototype of the Sumerian ziggurats and, to some extent, the Mayan pyramids.

You will learn later what principles were embodied in the pyramids, but for now we shall examine one more very important quality of the pyramid – the influence that stimulates supernatural abilities and prevents cancer. Pyramids with these properties had smooth faces and were the most widespread type.2

1. The memory, lost over the centuries, that the ancient Sumerian ziggurats were metallic structures was preserved in a few texts.In his book Architecture, Mysticism and Myth, in which he tells of the Borsippa ziggurat restored in the time of Nebuchadnezzar, William Lethaby translates the inscription that survives on it in this way:

«I restored and brought to perfection the wonder of Borsippa, the temple of the seven spheres of the world. I erected it in brick and covered it with copper».

2. The capacity of a pyramid field to have a regenerative influence on dead tissue was indicated by the experiments of the cabbalist Enela, whose real name was Mikhail Vladimirovich Sariatin (1883–1963). He was one of the first to conduct researches in Egypt and came to the conclusion that the pyramid heals tissues damaged by cancer.

"The Pyramids" (2007),
written by Valery Uvarov