PYRAMIDOLOGIST STANDARDS There is a zero point and is that you never leave a compass inside the pyramid. The pyramidal effect heals us from many pests and protects us from almost all because it produces a Biomagnetic Pair therapy in a constant 0.5 Gauss. We function correctly when our particles, atoms, molecules, cells, and organs have their magnetic fields balanced. Every functional imbalance of any etiology has a physical basis and is magnetic. In a magnetically balanced environment, viruses can hardly attack, oxidation is difficult, putrefaction inhibited ... And we have all the advantages of the pyramidal effect. But how does the compass work? Well, it works because it's unbalanced. One end of the needle is magnetized, and the other is not. It seems paradoxical, but for us to use the pyramidal effect and produce that wonderful balance, we have to use an unbalanced element like the compass. So the zero point, the most important thing that a pyramidologist should know, is that the compass should not be left inside, under, or near the pyramid. Is used without problems, but once finished using it, it must remain outside the pyramidal field, which can extend up to a length of the base. If I live in a pyramidal house, I can't have any compasses inside, because in short time it will be useless, it will make a magnetic match ... But we need the compass "sick," unbalanced, to make it work. If you sleep in a Pyramidbed, you can't leave the compass near and is even convenient not to store it in the same room. Use dry and needle compasses preferably. The liquid immersion ones usually fail when they have an air bubble. Let's see the compasses. MEDIUM QUALITY COMPASS - DRY This model is with a needle, dry, but the quality of these keychain gadgets is usually very poor. They work while they are not disarmed, and often a tap or a squeeze in the pocket is enough to get all the loose parts inside of it. If you do not have a better one, these compasses are worth, because while they are complete usually work. They can cost between three and ten euros at gas stations and other non-specialized stores, but only keep them in mind to get out of trouble. EXCELLENT COMPASS - DRY To work with pyramids, we recommend the following, which has a solid shell, is dry, do not usually break easily, the needle magnetization is not counterpoised and we have some for several years. They have lost a bit of chrome, but they still work well. They are made to serve well and last a long time. Of all the ones we have used, these have been the best, most reliable and resistant. As they are large, they allow you to see the line that indicates a degree, without having to use glasses or magnifying glasses as it happens with small ones. However, it requires that you get some practice. Orienting a Pyramidbed for the first time can take a minute, but with practice, we do it in five seconds. Of course, to orientate a Pyramidhouse, we are not going to use a compass, but a topographical station, that is, a topographer with a theodolite. But orienting small pyramids or our Pyramidbed only requires that the compass works well, that it is reliable and does not break us with a small blow. They are not expensive (These cost between ten and twenty Euros in 2014) they turn out to be better than many costly compasses in specialized shops. QUALITY COMPASS - LIQUID I have nothing to do with the Silva brand of these manufacturers, but it happens that this brand is very good. It serves for navigation, to work on planes and although it is in a liquid medium, it is the only exception in qualities. So these compasses in liquid, are the only recommended ones. There is a model of the same brand that has a small level part, so it allows us to work more accurately, with an error of less than half a degree. To orientate the pyramid is also advantageous because it is in a frame of several centimeters, which can be attached to the tatami or the side of the pyramid. Being in a liquid will also hold more inside a pyramid, but it is still recommended to keep it in another room. The price of these can be between 15 and 40 Euros, depends on the model and where you buy it, but are recommended for everything, so better to spend on something "for sure," than on something cheap that at the end can cost more. Imagine if you have to use it to navigate by land or sea. If you want higher qualities, you will have to think about spending more than one hundred euros. I have some of those very special, Dutch and German ones, with a bronze body, dry, on a shank, with level and other gadgets, but they are not necessary. Any of these three work with pyramids.
LIQUID COMPASS WITH NEEDLE - NOT RECOMMENDED These needle compasses in a liquid are usually not very good in general unless they are specialized brands on map navigation or military manufacturing. They are no longer reliable for punctual navigation or to orient our pyramids. A small bubble (which in any case serves to balance the leveling) will cause the needle (or worse when it is disk) not indicate correctly, having deviations from five to 15º, depending on the size of the bubble. Even without a bubble, nor having stayed much inside a pyramid, I do not know why they do not work. Some of them, I even had to destroy, as is done with every compass that we confirm that does not indicate correctly. A batch of twenty that I bought - it's been many years now - I had to throw them all away. None marked well, and I checked using four very good compasses from other brands. It is curious that the Chinese, the oldest users of compasses (I have one of the year 1300 approx.), Have manufactured millions of bad compasses. But of course, not everything is wrong. Some are very good and are bought in Chinese bazaars for five to twenty euros, with different quality. In short, these compasses in a liquid can help but are not reliable. Not recommended to work with pyramids. But... I would use them in the jungle, where there is cassiterite, uranium and ferromagnetic that drive compasses crazy. These support better the external magnetic influence; they are slow, they would last longer inside a pyramid ... But if you are not going to the jungle, discard this model. DISK COMPASS - DO NOT WORK "Needle" is always better because at least they work almost always, as opposed to disk. Those with a disc, one part is magnetized and the other is not, but happens that having more contact between parts, they last little, the magnetism ends up passing to the other half of the disc and they never work anymore, they SERVE practically for nothing. They are made to last a short time, so you have to buy more. In the needle is more difficult to happen, because the field has a different form. The best, then, is dry, of a needle that pivots on a rod and strong casing. No liquids and never discs. SPHERICAL COMPASS - DOES NOT WORK These compasses for key rings, which are also larger to put in cars, are a box with liquid where a sphere that indicates the cardinal points swims. But they have practically no use, more than knowing - more or less - where you are going. I have some. They are not good for working with pyramids. I would only use these compasses if I have to go by boat or plane to the poles, in which case I will have to take into account the declination, but the fact is that they would allow me to enter through the hollow poles of the Earth without losing my way ... If you are not interested in that topic, because yours is to orient pyramids, also discards this model. DIGITAL COMPASSES The compasses of mobiles have several problems. a) The devices usually have magnetic components that will always cause the APP compasses to be affected if they interact with the magnetic sensor of the phone. Some have magnets in the cases, so nothing will work well related to the magnetic sensor unless you remove the case. b) APP magnetic sensors to detect fields in microteslas or miligauss tend to work better than compasses (provided that you remove the case if it has a magnet and sometimes these are "invisible" in the adhesion clip). In fact, I usually use these APP to do checkings, but never better than the compasses themselves, outside the phone. c) Some APP compasses work only with data connection, that is, they will mark the geographic North, not the magnetic one. Those are not useful for anything practical, because in the field, where it had no satellite connection, won't work to orient pyramids, it would only be more or less successful if you know in which point of a magnetic isogon of the planet you are. Tips: Find some of the first three indicated (especially the second and third) and use the phone to call us and little else ... Piramicasa Gabriel Silva TRAVEL TO EGYPT WITH GABRIEL SILVA - Scientific and initiatory journey for all ages
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