The fact that pyramids have peculiar features is well-known worldwide. We are all informed that the seeds found in the Egyptian pyramids were still germinable after thousands of years.
Austrian inventor Flavio Thomas (Trawoger) points out that the energy capture circuits are positioned in the geometric center of the pyramid. The materials that the pyramid is made from are less important for its function.
Thomas uses a stabilizing frame, a condenser plate and a magnet as a converter. When the magnet is taken out, the conversion stops, but can begin again in case the magnet is re-attached to the frame.
The electricity that the pyramid set-up produces helps Thomas run a small fan. It seems that the fan can work for more than 30 days, supplied with the pyramid’s energy. The fan runs on 12 volts and has a maximum absorption of 1.1 Amperes.
Moreover, the orientation of the pyramid plays a major part. The loss of energy production will be improved by a small change in the orientation of the pyramid (an exact north-south orientation causes daily fluctuations of 5 to 8% in the energy output).
There is also a similar, but at the same time a different kind of pyramid, which consists only of metal tubes. If you attach a magnet to it, it will measure 22 volts, 0.5 Amperes, but when it’s removed, the activity goes down to zero. Thomas states that the resonant circuits are put at the center of the pyramid, at 1/3 of its height.
The following video shows how Flavio Thomas’ contraption works (it’s in German):
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