One of the consequences of the weather anomaly that killed at least 16 people in and around Moscow on May 29, 2017, is the destruction of one of the healing Pyramid of Alexander Golod situated about an hour drive outside of Moscow.
What about these pyramids?
In the 1930s an occultist, writer and hardware store owner published a theory that pyramids might have special powers, such as preserving food, sharpening blades and focusing the mind.
The idea of pyramid power might have ended here, but paranormal authors Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder wrote an entire chapter about the theory of pyramid power in their new-age hit “Psychic Discoveries Behind the Iron Curtain.”
Picking up the torch, Alexander Golod developped a bizarre, innovative, and entirely unscientific theory about pramids and, following, built a 150-foot-high fiberglass pyramid in Russia to begin his strange experiments just outside of Moscow.
According to Golod, the pyramid has a healing power, increasing the immune system, increasing agricultural yield 30-100%, and decreasing the effects of pathogens and radioactive material.
Have you ever tried pyramid therapy?
So many typos in this article. The most significant one is “unscientific theory” . . . It should be “scientific theory” (about pyramids).