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• 1. Middle Fire ‘Pyra’ means fire and ‘Mid’ denotes the energy resonating at the midpoint. The word Pyramid is a Greek word derived from “pyramidos” means a geometrical object, whose base is a polygon (3, 4, 5, etc.) and whose sides meet at one point - the apex of a pyramid. From ancient times, the Pyramids of Egypt have been known as powerful structures designed in such a way that connects all kinds of energy forces. Pyramidal shape has been proven to possess the geometry that radiates healing powers. When we observe the energy flow patterns in a pyramid by mapping it by energy field imaging system Kerlian photography or Polycontrast interface technology (PIP) , we see that there are broadly two specific phenomenon- (1.) Concentration of energy that takes place around the vertical axis passing through the apex of the pyramid, at one third the height from its base. (2.) Energy coming out of the summit of the pyramid is in spiral form A pyramid is such a structure whose shape is roughly that of a pyramid in the geometric sense i.e. its outer surfaces are triangular and converge to a single point at the top. The base of a pyramid can be trilateral, quadrilateral, or any polygon shape, meaning that a pyramid has at least three outer triangular surfaces (at least four faces including the base). The square pyramid, with square base and four triangular outer surfaces, is a common version. Hindu temples are made in similar style so as to resonate energy particle at the one third of the height of temple. Pyramids have been built by various civilizations in many parts of the world for thousands of years, the largest structures on Earth were pyramids—first the Red Pyramid in the Dashur Necropolis and then the Great Pyramid of Khufu, both of Egypt, Khufu is among Seven Wonders of the Ancient World built mainly of limestone (with large red granite blocks used in some interior chambers), and is considered an architectural masterpiece. The Egyptians must have been aware of these energy patterns as they used this knowledge to build the kind of tomb that could preserve bodies within them. Thus whatever was placed at a height of one third from the base would remain fresh, so this was the “King’s Chamber”. This way, the body of the king was preserved for decades, hundreds of years perhaps? The effect of structures and the impact on human beings and energy levels in modern day terminology is known as Geo Biology or Bio Geometry. Similarly , Bio Geometry studies indicates effect of structures and dimensions on the human occupants living within, analyzing their energy levels and watching how the square, conical ,pyramidal patterns affects to health of living organisms . Energy conservation, flow and transmission are explained in Feng shui and Vaastu in their own way.
• 2. What is energy and how it flow and can be conserved and transmitted is a very complex and how does it affect the lives of occupants living within a structure? The scientific definition of energy is the ability to produce an effect. Our feelings, thoughts and vitality are run by energy. The structures and the environment, including the interior and furnishings of any premise absorbs and emits energy and a harmonious shape and supportive structure and environment ensure good flow of energy so the effect then is good, in and around the occupants. Engineers, architects, interior decorators, and Vastu and fegshui expert a group of experts make the things happen in ideal way. Ancient Egyptian pyramids were in most cases placed western of the river Nile because the divine pharaoh’s soul was meant to join with the sun during its descent before continuing with the sun in its eternal round. The most famous pyramids are the Egyptian pyramids — huge structures built of brick or stone, some of which are among the world's largest constructions. They are shaped as a reference to the rays of the sun. Most pyramids had a polished, highly reflective white limestone surface, in order to give them a shining appearance when viewed from a distance. The capstone was usually made of hard stone - granite or basalt - and could be plated with gold, silver, or electrum and would also be highly reflective. The Principles of Vastu are similar to the principles of Quantum Physics in that it emphasizes that “Everything Vibrates and Pulsates”. Vastu also asserts the notion through Vedic Philosophy that “everything is interconnected.” Vastu had a great impact in the design of ancient temples and architecture of the early civilizations of India and its influence is still prevalent in modern times. Considering magical power in pyramidal shapes modern world have inclined to develop pyramid shape buildings like hospitals, hotels, houses etc. some of the examples are as under --- 1. The Louvre Pyramid in Paris, France, in the court of the Louvre Museum, is a 20.6 meter of glass structure which acts as an entrance to the museum. 2. The Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, United States, is a 30-story true pyramid with light beaming from the top. 3. The 32-story Pyramid Arena in Memphis, Tennessee whose name itself was derived from the name of one of its pyramids). 4. The Walter Pyramid, home of the basketball and volleyball teams of the California State University, Long Beach, campus in California, United States, is an 18-story-tall blue true pyramid. 5. The 48-story Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, California, designed by William Pereira, one of the city's symbols. 6. The 105-story Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang, Northern Korea. 7. A former museum/monument in Tirana, Albania is commonly known as the "Pyramid of Tirana." It differs from typical pyramids in having a radial rather than square or rectangular shape. 8. The Slovak Radio Building in Bratislava, Slovakia. This building is shaped like an inverted pyramid. 9. The Summum Pyramid, a 3 story pyramid in Salt Lake City, Utah, used for instruction in the Summum philosophy and conducting rites associated with Modern Mummification. 10. The Palace of Peace and Reconciliation in Astana, Kazakhstan. 11. The Pyramids at Osho Commune in Pune, India (for meditation purposes). 12. The three pyramids of Moody Gardens in Galveston, Texas. 13. The Co-Op Bank Pyramid or Stockport Pyramid in Stockport, England is a large pyramid- shaped office block in Stockport in England. 14. The Ames Monument in south eastern Wyoming honoring the brothers who financed the Union Pacific Railroad.