The Law of One, Book III, Session 57
Questioner: Is there any variation in the effect with respect to the material of construction, the thickness of the material?
Is it simply the geometry of the shape, or is it related to some other factors?
Ra: I am Ra. The geometry, as you call it, or relationships of these shapes in their configuration is the great consideration.
It is well to avoid stannous material or that of lead or other baser metals.
glass, and other materials
may all be considered to be appropriate.
The Law of One, Book III, Session 58
Questioner: Does it matter if the pyramid is solid or is made of four thin sides, or is there a difference in effect between those two makes?
Ra: I am Ra. As an energy collector, the shape itself is the only requirement.
From the standpoint of the practical needs of your body complexes, if one is to house one’s self in such a shape, it is well that this shape be solid sided in order to avoid being inundated by outer stimuli.
Questioner: Then if I just used a wire frame that was four pieces of wire joined at the apex running down to the base, and the pyramid were totally open, this would do the same thing to the spiraling light energy?
Is this correct?
Ra: I am Ra. The concept of the frame as equal to the solid form is correct.
However, there are many metals not recommended for use in pyramid shapes designed to aid the meditative process.
Those that are recommended are, in your system of barter, what you call expensive.
The wood, or other natural materials, or the man-made plastic rods will also be of service.
Questioner: Why is the spiraling light focused by something as open and simple as four wooden rods joined at an apex angle?
Ra: I am Ra. If you pictured light in the metaphysical sense, as water, and the pyramid shape as a funnel, this concept might become self-evident.