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Why Aluminum Pyramids?

Any material used to manufacture pyramids will produce an effect if given the conditions of proportion, orientation, etc. Still, like anything that works, the use of inappropriate material can cause damage. Making homemade pyramids is only safe if you have been well instructed in all aspects and have the right materials. The pyramid is an apparatus, apart from being a small-scale toy. Making a homemade pyramid for experiments is easy. However, a proper one for sleeping like our Pyramidbed is not simple, and more difficult is to make it safe and guarantee the absence of undesirable effects in the medium and long-term.


The Materials for pyramids used by living beings must be exclusively paramagnetic and with a high degree of purity. (absence of ferromagnetic and diamagnetic materials.)


Paramagnetic materials can be used alone or combined. Piramicasa manufactures only high purity aluminum pyramids because this metal, when alloy with silica and with an extraordinary degree of purity in the absence of ferromagnetic and diamagnetic matter, has a series of characteristics that no other material offers. We could use titanium, platinum, but at very high costs that very few would consider viable.


  • It doesn't rust (forms a surface layer of atomic thickness that prevents oxidation).


  • It doesn't deform with low or high temperatures in a much greater range than human comfort. So no matter if it's used at the pole or in the hottest places on Earth, it will remain intact in the dryness of the desert or the humidity of the jungle.


  • It doesn't decay, and it doesn't need maintenance. Once painted may not require repainting in many decades.


  • It doesn't absorb water; therefore, it's stable.


  • It doesn't "burn" easily. It would need temperatures of more than 600 degrees Celsius.


  • It requires a quarter or a fifth of the weight needed in wood to produce the same effect (potency).


  • It's non-toxic. Its toxicity is produced only by ingestion or breathed (finely pulverized). Don't use it in kitchen utensils, but there is no risk if it isn't continuously in contact with the digestive system. Besides, once primed and painted will never be direct contact with it.


  • It's not attacked by woodworm, fungi, or bacteria or eaten by any insect or animal.


  • It is not fragile, very resistant in typical use.


  • Printed and painted with good quality acrylic enamel has no odors nor emanates toxins.


Its atomic oscillation and paramagnetism, when it's very pure, in combination with silica, produces an optimal field for the cellular development of all non-saprophytic living beings.


The problem with ordinary aluminum is that it contains diamagnetics and ferromagnetics, which risk side effects. That is why we use aluminum of very high purity to guarantee the absence of such side effects, even if you spend all your life inside.



  • Despite being a "renewable resource," the best qualities take many years to "renew," so it has a higher ecological cost than aluminum which lasts practically forever.


  • Even good woods need between four to five times more weight than aluminum to achieve the same effects.


  • It absorbs moisture, so its field varies. It has to be waterproof, and the necessary chemicals to achieve this are very toxic and emanate toxins and odor for months. It burns easily. Fire retardant is also very toxic.


  • It attracts woodworm and other insects, like all furniture. All this (anti woodworm, fire retardant, and water repellent varnishes) represents an ecological cost and a danger to health.


In structural pyramids like our Pyramidbed, the pyramidal effect causes the wood to dry and finally deform. In a few years, it will twist so much that it will stop working. We don't want our customers to have to buy another one. We only use wood for houses (and aluminum) because they don't deform when closed with specially treated boards and timber.



  • The main problem is the fragility, which makes it dangerous.


  • To achieve the same effects as with aluminum, we need three times more weight.


Unfortunately, most shielded or tempered glass contains heavy metals, inappropriate for the pyramid effect.



Excellent as much as high-purity aluminum, but about twenty times more expensive. About € 50,000 (maybe much more).



Also excellent and requires a third less than aluminum for the same effect, but is more expensive than gold. In total, a pyramidbed platinum would cost more than 2,500,000 €.



It is about thirty times more expensive than aluminum because there is no industrial molding, and we must shape them in each case. Between € 32,000 and € 71,000.



Our experience trying to help other manufacturers to assist each other in the massive diffusion of pyramidal products has been terrible. Using incomplete the information we give (which is abundant,) doing a disloyal competition, calumnies, improper use of our drawings and photographs, etc. So, it has been up to the Osiris Team and me to fix the damages caused by improvised manufacturers to people who believed that a perfect and safe pyramid could be "cheap."


An economic pyramid can be a pure deception, but even worse, a harmful object when made with unsuitable materials. Even when these are only part of the paint, a small amount of ferromagnetic or diamagnetic in the structure can cause damage in the long term.


The possibility of an economic pyramid is not viable without prejudicing quality, which is not conceivable nor negotiable in our products.


So we ask any manufacturer to understand, not to associate Piramicasa or any of our products with any other, nor use any of the words registered in intellectual rights.


There is enough information in our books for those who have a real interest in making Perfect Pyramids, and you will have to invest, as we did, time in research and a lot of money. Then you will have to guarantee, as we do, in writing, the effectiveness of the product and the absence of undesirable side effects.


Piramicasa Gabriel Silva

and the Osiris Research Team.

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