By John H, Shaughnessy | June 23, 2013 at 07:58 PM EDT | No Comments
Just like the magnifying glass that must be adjusted when concentrating the Suns photons into a tightly packed beam of light or the focal point, the same goes for pyramids, however when dealing with gravitons it is required to place a dense material like gold at the proper location inside the pyramid to concentrate the gravitons to achieve focal point. For this example we will stay focused on the Great Pyramid of Giza or G1 no pun intended as this pyramid focal points have been discovered. There are three known focal points in G1; We will use the old names for the sake of simplicity; The three focal point are as follows in G1, they are the Kings chamber, the Queens chamber and the Subterranean chamber, inside these three chambers there were gold filled granite boxes also known as a sarcophagus and all three different sizes the smallest was in the Kings chambers the next largest was in the queens chambers and you guessed it the largest in the Subterranean chambers, now that being said the subterranean chambers is the largest focal point under the pyramid mass and also collects the tightly packed graviton beams from the King and Queens chambers sarcophagus along with the rest of the gravitons collected from the pyramid mass above. Now the new name for the sarcophagus as described in the book, is called a graviton accelerator of GA for short.