||Take a hard cardboard or a mount board.
||Measure four rectangles each measuring 200mm
base and 161 mm height. Cut them.
||Put them on a table with the base-side
||Draw one centre line on it, 100 mm from both
||Now connect the line from A to B and B to C
as shown in Fig.1
||Using sharp scissors, blade or cutter cut
along AB and BC.
||Now you will have four Pyramid faces of the
same dimensions as that of the Great Pyramid.
||Put the Pyramid faces on the table and tape
them together with a masking or cellulose tape
as shown in Fig.2
||Cut a square piece of the hard cardboard or
mount board with 200 mm each side and join this
to the base of any one of the Pyramid faces as
shown in Fig.2
||Join all the sides of the Pyramid to
complete the model
||Do not join the base piece in all
directions, to allow you to place the required
experimenting material inside.
As per the experiments done by researchers,
maximum energy concentration in the Pyramid is
at its 1/3 rd height from the bottom in the
central axis passing from the apex. In the
original Pyramid also the King's Chamber is
located at 1/3 rd height. So, to get optimum
results we will prepare one such platform for
our model Pyramid.
||Now, with the same cardboard make a square
platform such that it is 1/3 rd the height of
your Pyramid. That will be of approximately 42
mm height and 50 X 50 mm base.
||Orient your model Pyramid perfectly to the
north-south magnetic pole axis of the earth to
obtain accurate results.
||Lastly, stick a spotless white paper on all
sides of your model.