Tuesday, 6 September 2011
Pyramids can be made from any material. For every one foot of height, the corresponding sides would be 1.4945 feet and base, 1.5708 feet. Side is measured from corner to the apex, and height is the vertical height from the apex to the base, i.e., perpendicular from the apex to the base.
When the sides of the pyramid are in place, they will be forming an angle of 51 degrees 51 minutes to the base, a miniature replica of the Great Pyramid.
The pyramid must be aligned to the four cardinal points i.e., north, east, south and west ; one of the sides can be used as the north-south axis.
[ extracts from the book The Secret Power of Pyramids by Bill Schul & Ed Petitt ]