THE FIRST PRACTICAL PYRAMID BOOK by Norman H. Stark

THE FIRST PRACTICAL PYRAMID BOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Stark, the whiz kid behind The Formula Book, now sings the praises of pyramid power--the mysterious electrical energy force present in scaled-down models of the Cheops pyramid. Slope is critical and the orientation must be true north. The area corresponding to the King's Chamber--which houses mummified bodies--is also splendid for dehydrating meats, fruits, and vegetables; enhancing meditation; energizing water and aluminum; germinating seeds and growing better plants; reviving worn razor blades; and making yogurt from milk with no culture added. Stark provides numerous examples (as photographed, the superiority of pyramid-grown gladioli is incontestable) and numerous recipes featuring pyramid water and dehydrated foods. For those who like their geometry plain, this has a definite why-not potential, and a miniature (4"" x 5"" x 5"") is enclosed so the curious can experiment.

Pub Date: May 1st, 1977
Publisher: Sheed Andrews & McMeel