What this forces we do not as yet know, nor is it known to the eminent physicists and psychologists to whom we have demonstrated it.Did the Ancient Egyptians know about Pyramid Power?
It is not magnetic. And if it differs from an electrical charge in that it is not readily diffused, but is, has registered by the galvanometer over a period of 12 hours, stored probably in the unipolar ganglia of the nervous system."
It has been suggested that the rods has described being held by the Pharaoh and the priests were charged in some manner by being stored inside pyramid and then held in the hands to recharge the body.
The importance of this information to Pyramid research seems to rest with the question as to what extent the Egyptians understood the nature of energy fields.
If they knew how to produce and make use of these forces, then it is not unreasonable to assume in their greatest accomplishment-The Great Pyramid-they made use of this knowledge.