When Jim Onan came across a university study on the allegedly energy-boosting qualities of the ancient Egyptian pyramids, he was intrigued enough to put the report’s claims to the test.
He could never have predicted the strange and amazing voyage he was about to go on when he began his amateur experiments.
To put the hypothesis to the test, Onan initially constructed a series of miniature pyramids and strategically arranged them around his residence. Visitors and family members immediately began to feel a weird sensation when they placed their hands above the tiny structures, implying that the pyramids could indeed be generating electricity.
Onan’s curiosity was sparked, and he determined to expand the scope of his experiment. He built a thirteen-foot-tall pyramid in his garden and invited his son, a botanist, to plant some plants. Surprisingly, they discovered that plants placed inside the pyramid grew three times as large as those planted outside the structure.
Onan was astounded by the power that these structures seemed to elicit and decided to take the risk of remodelling his family’s home in the shape of a pyramid. The house was created from the ground up to completely replicate the design of the Great Pyramid of Giza, scaled down to one-tenth the size of the original.
Another remarkable event occurred while building was ongoing. Inside the house, the centre of the floor began to give way to a bubble of constantly flowing spring water. This was especially shocking because there had been no hint from the planners that such a thing could happen, leading Onan to think that the water had materialized due to the pyramid’s very structure.
Even worse, one of the construction employees on the site took it upon himself to gather and consume some of the magically emerging spring water. He reported that anytime he drank the water, his blood pressure dropped dramatically.
Onan thought it was worth looking into and asked others to collect and drink from the spring. They returned, much to his surprise, claiming to have been cured of a variety of maladies.
While some have dismissed the claim as merely a placebo effect, Onan’s experience with pyramid buildings is surely intriguing. Because modern people have yet to fully comprehend the story of the pyramids built by the ancient Egyptians, Onan’s casual tests may have given the world a glimpse of the tremendous discoveries that Egyptologists may make in the future.