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How Wearing A Pyramid Can Detoxify Your Entire Body!

How Wearing A Pyramid Can Detoxify Your Entire Body!

What is Pyramid technology?

"Pyramids have fascinated human kind for thousands of years. One of the most famous, the Great Pyramid, remains the worlds greatest unsolved mystery as Reg Miler puts it in his book, Pyramid Truth. Pyramid technology began probably hundreds of centuries ago." - Dr. Fred Bell

It got its first real push into modern society in the 1920s, when Karl Derbal of Czechoslovakia, received a patent for the pyramids used as a razor blade sharpener. Then another development occurred in the 1940s to 1950s, when Wilhelm Reich discovered the Orgone effect which, when applied to pyramid technologies, greatly enhanced the multipurpose healing and detoxification effect of pyramids.

We all understand that pyramids are something special. We see pyramids many times as a shape that is integrated in architectural designs, and yet what purpose do they have? How can we use them? At Pyradyne we make pyramids for applications for the human body, we use alternate layers of gold, copper and silver, which are “active” metals, within layers of nickel, which are “passive” in nature.


This speeds up the Bio-Plasmic life force, that is the essence of pyramid power. A form of aura photography exists today that shows us directly how our life forces are progressing. In the mid-seventies, Dr. Bell discovered when exposing the human body to a pyramid that it would increase our energy and vitality. Why is this? Pyramids block the effect of negative energies and radio frequencies.

All great pyramids (from Egypt or somewhere else) amplify energy by being aligned to the magnetic north. All pyramid systems developed by Dr. Bell are Orgone plated. This plating process has alternating layers of active and passive metals. The utilization of precious metals, such as gold, has octahedral molecular shapes; Therefore, these pyramids do not have to be aligned to the magnetic North.

Pyradyne pyramid molecule

Why does Pyramid technology have such a great affect on the body?

Well the answer is really a simple one! Our bodies are made from 3 gases; oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen, and also one solid; the carbon atom. The carbon atom, found in the red blood cell is in the shape of a pyramid and this pyramid is the basic structure of the human body, sending out a frequency attracting oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen.

The entire body is made up of nothing but geometric shapes. In nature, the pyramid is an eight-sided, 52 degree angled octahedral structure, containing both the male and female energies in perfect balance, and until we balance both male and female energies there will always be internal conflicts, causing world Karmic (individual) and Dharmic (radical) problems.

How do you detox your head? And WHY would you want to detox your head?

Well this is an area of the body that fasting won’t cleanse, unlike the liver, kidneys, blood etc. It is actually detoxifying the brain, from toxins like cigarettes, junk food and polluted air that have accumulated over years and years, making the brain sluggish, tired and mentally “fogged”.

Wearing a specifically structured pyramid will put your body into Alpha state, if it is made from a soft and natural substance. You cannot use plastic or aluminum as these are both toxic and produce positive ions, causing diseases such as Alzheimer's. Aluminum in nature is organic, this can be used in Trace minerals, etc, but synthetic aluminum used in metal processing is toxic, which is used in pans and other metals.

Pyradyne has been the leader in Pyramid Technology since 1975. Pyramid energy can be defined as a progressive energy transfer through geometric focusing and dynamic electrical amplification over a measured plane of co-ordinates. We recognize the shape of the pyramid was not enough to get desired results needed to make a pyramid a usable household item so we developed a means of increasing their powers into a family of characteristics. Then we took another step, finding ways to accentuate these characteristics individually so that different kinds of pyramids produced different pronounced results when used in a conscientious manner on minerals, plants, animals and people.

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Life Comes In Waves: 5 Realities When Times Get Tough

Life Comes In Waves: 5 Realities When Times Get Tough

Life seems to happen in waves, giving us a little time in between before the next one rolls in. We know they are going to come regardless of how we live as individuals, but how we deal with life's waves is a different matter. We often don’t treat tough times as opportunities, when in reality, tough times are the only reason that life is worth living. Life without growth and spiritual progress is meaningless, and growth is impossible without at least some degree of suffering.

We may not like the tough times we go through, but life is not always about receiving what we want.  Sometimes it’s more about receiving what we need at a certain time in our life, and sometimes its about learning something about ourselves and  the world around us.  If you are experiencing suffering, anxiety, confusion, hopelessness, or pain, there are some things you really should know.

1) Your Not The Only One Who Suffers

Nobody in the history of planet earth has lived a life free of suffering, pain, depression, anger, of anxiety.  Everybody is experiences these things on a daily basis.

Even the people you look up to in your life the most are fighting their own battles.  Just because the people around you are smiling and talking does not mean they aren’t suffering deep down. It’s important to remember that suffering is a natural part of the human experience. There is nothing wrong with you, and you are not “messed up” just because you are sad or confused often.  Everyone you have ever met in your life has, at some point, experienced the same kind of emotion you are dealing with right now.  You are not alone in your struggles.

2) Imperfection Is Perfection

Nobody is perfect. Nobody has perfect control over their mind or their emotions. Everyone you see has something they need to work on, especially those that think they don’t need to work on anything. We sometimes hold ourselves to unrealistically high standards of perfection, instead of learning to accept our flaws and forgive ourselves when we come up short.

Accepting your imperfections does not mean being compliant with them, and it doesn’t mean you are passively OK with them. It means that you recognize, with acceptance and non-judgment, that you have areas you could use improvement in.  Working on bettering yourself from a place of acceptance as opposed to a place of self-hate will also be more fruitful.

3) Nothing Last Forever

Darkness comes for a season to expose to us what we need to work on, and then it leaves once it has served it’s purpose.  Eckhart Tolle once said that “suffering is necessary until you realize it is unnecessary”, which means that tough times only hang around until you raise your consciousness above them by extracting lessons and wisdom from them. This is just a temporary time in your life. You may be thinking I can’t do this for the rest of my life, or Life is not supposed to be like this. Both of these thoughts cause even more suffering and pain and are completely irrelevant and useless when you realize that everything in life is impermanent, even the suffering you are experiencing right now.

4) Love Is Surrounding You

You are loved. God loves you. Regardless whether you believe in God or not, because the truth is, space, time, matter, life, and consciousness did not pop into existence by itself. The Creator is present in all things in creation, and as Love itself, God has infinite love for you. Another way to look at this is that the Universe supports you. Saying the word “God” encourages us to have a personal relationship with the Intelligence both within and beyond the universe. You are never alone, and you are loved more than you could imagine. Every person who has had a near death experience has reported encounter God and said that they were overwhelmed with the feeling of love and bliss. The makeup of the universe is love itself.  Sometimes when things get tough, the best thing to do is to look up and remember that something bigger than you is guiding and supporting your life. So have faith.

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5) Growth Is Never Ending

The wisdom that comes after every wave is what really matters. How much stronger, compassionate, sympathetic, and loving will you be after you make it through this? This is the real purpose of life. Life is about growth and personal evolution and is not always about happiness. Suffering is the ultimate spark for evolution, and the ironic thing is at the end of your life when all that you take with you is your wisdom and your experience, you may actually wish you would have suffered more. You are a soul experiencing physical reality for just a brief moment in your eternal history. Treat your tough times as blessings in disguise, not as curses.

At the end of it all, the only thing that really matters is character. You may feel bad for yourself because you feel you suffer too much, but when you realize that suffering is a natural part of maturing and growing, you may actually start to feel bad for others who suffer too little. And the next time a wave comes, you will ride it knowing that everything will work out. As it always does.


The Importance of Electrolytes & Minerals

The Importance of Electrolytes & Minerals

"The Body Is 5% Minerals. Yet, This 5% Controls 95% Of The Body's Metabolic Function" - Dr. Fred Bell

The Importance of Electrolytes & Minerals
Electrolytes, such as sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium and phosphate all carry electrical charges that are responsible for stimulating muscles and nerves. They also regulate the amount of fluids throughout your body, which affects cellular function, blood volume and blood pressure.

Trace minerals are inorganic nutrients that are used for many biological functions, such as digestion, growth and hormone regulation. Humans need less than 100mg of trace minerals daily; current research has not yet clearly defined how much are needed because they are difficult to measure.
Iron: Oxygen Transport
Iron, the most common trace mineral in the body, is needed to carry oxygen in the red blood cells' hemoglobin to all body parts. There are two kinds of iron: heme and nonheme. Heme iron is from animal tissues and is readily absorbed when eaten, whereas nonheme iron is from plants and is difficult to absorb.  Good sources of heme iron include shellfish, red meats, tofu and fish.

Zinc: Enzyme Activities
Zinc is required for about 10 enzyme functions, including nucleic acid synthesis, immune function, wound healing, insulin storage and release and sex organ development. Lack of zinc in your diet can cause stunted growth, skin rash, diarrhea and poor wound healing. Excellent sources of zinc include seafood, beef, eggs, whole grains, nuts and beans.


Selenium: Antioxidant 

Selenium works with vitamin E as an antioxidant by protecting cells from free radical damage, such as from peroxides. Selenium participates in an enzyme function (glutathione peroxidase) that prevents free radical production by decreasing peroxide concentrations in the cell, while vitamin E can stop the cell-damaging action of free radicals. 

Although selenium in small amounts is healthy, too much of this mineral causes liver disease, hair loss and weakness. Too little selenium causes muscle weakness and pain and heart disease. 
Good sources of selenium include fish, organ meats, shrimp, whole grains and egg noodles.
Iodide: Thyroid Function
The thyroid gland controls how quickly the body uses energy and makes proteins, and how sensitive the body should be to other hormones. Dietary iodide is required to make thyroid hormones, such as thyroxine (T4), to promote normal thyroid functions. Too little iodide causes goiter, a condition where the thyroid gland is enlarged from too much release of the thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) from the pituitary gland. This causes a fall in metabolic rate and increase blood cholesterol. 
Sources of iodide include table salt, saltwater fish, crops grown near the ocean, cottage cheese and shrimp.
Chromium: Glucose Uptake
Chromium enhances glucose absorption into the cells and stimulates fatty acid and cholesterol synthesis.
Good sources of chromium include mushrooms, organ meats, egg yolks, broccoli, nuts, apples, bananas and spinach.


Replenishing Electrolytes
Any time you lose fluids, you also lose electrolytes, especially sodium. Under normal circumstances, healthy adults get plenty of electrolytes from eating a balanced daily diet. But excessive sweating, vomiting and diarrhea result in a larger than normal loss of electrolytes. When that happens, drinking electrolyte water helps restore the minerals. Each person loses a different amount of sodium and electrolytes when he sweats. As a general guideline, the University of Arizona recommends dissolving 1/4 to 1 teaspoon of salt in 12 ounces of hot water, then mixing it with enough 100 percent fruit juice to reach a volume of 32 ounces. This makes four servings.
Boost Electrolyte Mineral Intake With Water
Drinking electrolytes with minerals prevents dehydration, not only because of the water it provides but also because sodium stimulates your body to hold onto water. When you're exercising, or if you're outside on a hot day, getting enough water is vital for keeping your body temperature down. If you're an athlete, drinking electrolytes is essential for optimal performance and cellular hydration. The best way to stay hydrated is to drink water at regular intervals rather than waiting to feel thirsty. Watch for signs of dehydration such as fatigue, dizziness and dark urine.
Required Amounts
For everyday hydration, women should drink 9 cups of fluids, while men need 12 cups daily. If you're in a hot environment or participating in sustained exercise, drink at least 2 cups of water before your activity and 1 cup every 20 minutes while you exercise, recommends the University of Michigan. 


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