Here is some of the stuff from my Science Fair Project of March 2000, Basic Aether Engineering. I won a very nice $2250 tuition scholarship with it. I now present to you some of the relevant information I compiled for the project, including some new experiments I tried. I’m not sure just how to present this, so for now I have just placed everything here, loosely in order. Hope you enjoy it.
-Justin Szymanek

What is Aether?

Aether is a very dense energy field that permeates all of the universe, and even at absolute zero it does not dissipate. Aether can manifest itself in many different forms, and is responsible for gravity, inertia, magnetism, and other fundamental forces. The Aether Model of the universe is also capable of explaining the anomalous results pyramids create.
Intersecting lines in 3 dimensions or even just flat on paper create stress in the local flow of Aether across the earth. The stress forces the Aether to vortex, and this creates different forms of energy. Aether distortions from shape power devices is known as Orgone energy, as coined by Wilhelm Reich in the earlier half of the 20th century. Different angles and shapes produce different forms of orgone. Certain geometry interacts with Aether better than others. Pyramids are built to the same ratios as the Great Pyramid, as it produces the strongest energy. Learning to manipulate Aether will allow us to control many forces which mainstream physics deems impossible. Understanding Aether and orgone will allow us to better understand the world around us, and ultimately, ourselves.


Frame Pyramid:
-4 feet of 5/16” wood doweling
-Crayola Foam Clay

Orgone Grids:
Shape Power designs, created with AutoCAD programs
-White Paper
-Lexmark 3200 Printer

Additional Materials:
-One Apple
-3” of Copper tubing
-Saran Wrap
-Six Yellow Bean Seeds
-Six Cucumber Seeds
-Six Corn Seeds
-Three Napkins
-Tap Water
-9 Plastic Cups
-Iron Wire


Frame Pyramid Construction:
1) Cut the 5/16” doweling into 8 pieces. Four pieces 30.0 cm long, and four pieces 28.5 cm long. This will yield the proper geometry required [cheops dimensions].
2) Form Crayola Modeling Foam into five spheres.
3) Insert doweling rods into the spheres and form a frame pyramid.
4) Allow it to dry over night before beginning experiments.

Dehydration/Mummification Experiment:
1) Cut a piece of 5/8” copper tubing ~10cm long, and clean it carefully.
2) Cut a slice of apple 1/4” deep.
3) Using the copper tubing as a “cookie cutter”, cut out six “apple disks”.
4) Turn two film canisters upside down and place one apple disk on top of each.
5) Place one canister under the pyramid, and place one beside it, several inches away.
6) Prepare several orgone grids, and cover each in saran wrap. Place a apple disk on each, and on the control, a blank piece of paper with saran wrap.
6) Monitor the samples for several days and record the results.

Accelerated Plant Germination Experiment:
1) Take two identical plastic cups and place one napkin in the bottom of each
2) Select six bean seeds, six cucumber seeds, six corn seeds, that are as equal sized as possible. Place three of each type in each cup, each type of seed grouped with the others. Place a small square of napkin over each, and add equal amounts of water to each sample.
3) Place each sample on a film canister, and place one under the pyramid, the other beside the pyramid.
4) Check the status of the sample daily, and add equal amounts of water to each as needed.
5) Record observations and amount of water added on a daily basis as well.

Water Alteration Experiment:
1) Take 4 identical clean plastic cups and put a small amount of water in each [~1 cm deep]
2) Place each cup on top of an orgone grid, and the control on a blank piece of paper
3) Allow the water to stand for at least 10 minutes
4) Taste each sample, and record any differences
5) Repeat, steps 1-4, and have others perform the test

Iron Corrosion Test:
1) Put clean water in three plastic cups, 0.5 cm deep
2) Cut 3 sections of iron wire 2.0 cm long
3) Place one piece of iron wire in each cup
4) Place one cup on a blank piece of paper, one cup on a blank
piece of paper under the pyramid, and one on the hexacomb grid 5) Let stand for 2 days, and monitor the results daily

Log Book

03-09-2000: Got signed up for the science fair.
03-10-2000: Performed dehydration experiment. And water taste test.
03-13-2000: Took pictures and recorded results of dehydration experiment.
03-13-2000: Took two identical plastic cups and placed one napkin in the bottom of each. I selected six bean seeds, six cucumber seeds, six corn seeds, that were as equal sized as possible. I placed three of each type in each cup, each type of seed grouped with the others. I placed a small square of napkin over each, and added 25 drops of water to each sample. I placed each cup on a film canister, and placed one under the pyramid, the other beside the pyramid.
03-14-2000: No signs of sprouting yet. 30 mL of water added to each cup.
03-15-2000: The seeds are beginning to absorb water and swell. The corn seeds are swelled more in the cup under the pyramid, however the other seeds appear to be basically the same in both cups. No water added to either cup.
03-16-2000: One bean, and all the cucumbers have begun to sprout in the control cup. The corn still isn’t as hydrated as in the pyramid cup. One bean and all three cucumbers have sprouted in the pyramid cup. The corn is better hydrated in the pyramid cup as well. No water added to either cup.
03-17-2000: Still only one bean has sprouted, but all three cucumbers have sprouted in the control cup. No corn have sprouted yet in the control. All three beans, all three cucumbers, and two corn have sprouted in the pyramid cup. 10 mL of water added to each cup.
03-18-2000: All nine seeds in the pyramid cup have germinated. In the control, the corn are just starting to germinate, and the two beans have cracked open a little. 03-19-2000: Leaf development appears to be ahead in the pyramid cup. Overall the growth is ahead of the control, although it appears to be catching up. Two of the beans in the control are still progressing very slowly, where as all the seeds in the pyramid cup have sprouted, and are growing well. Sample removed from pyramid, and moved aside for next experiment
03-20-2000: Performed Iron corrosion experiment
03-23-2000: Got photos devolped, they turned out very poorly. Took digital photos of iron corrosion experiment, and plant experiment.
03-09-2000 to 03-23-2000: All free time into experimenting and typing, graphics, and other computer work for this presentation.


The disk of apple under the pyramid dehydrated faster than the one beside it. The control apple spread out and flattened. The apple under the pyramid dried differently, quickly, and the sides pulled closer together. The diameter has been reduced as well as the height. The water appears to have left it quickly, and at the same rate all around the exposed sides. The orgone bubbles at the corners and apex have drawn the water out before it could collapse.
The orgone grid also had effects on the dehydration process. The hexacomb donut design had the largest effect of the ones tested. The apples on all the grids became truncated cones, as the tops dried faster. The hexacomb apple’s top was more brown than the others. It appears as if “browning” reaction with the air was increased.
The seeds appeared to do better overall when exposed to “pyramid energy”. The fifth day the pyramid cup’s seeds were the most ahead of the control. The control seeds did seem to catch up, although not completely. Because no soil was used the control seeds did catch up later, as all the seeds were just exhausting there food reserves. Another interesting observation was that the seeds in the control began to grow mold on them, while the seeds in the pyramid cup did not. The growth of mold was retarded by the energy produced from the pyramid.
The water treated on the orgone grids was altered in some way. The different grids altered the water in different ways. The taste of each sample was different from the others, as the water was aligned differently by different forms of orgone energy.
The iron wire under water rusted faster on the hexacomb grid than the control. The wire in the pyramid cup shows much less corrosion that the hexacomb grid and the control. The oxidation of iron was slowed under the pyramid, and accelerated in the hexacomb cup.


These are the results of all my “shape power” experiments, the ones outlined in this study, and past results from previous studies, as outlined in my log book.

Water placed under a cheops pyramid or on a orgone grid, changes taste after a 10 minute exposure. The grids alter the water differently than the pyramid does. Additionally different designs of orgone grids have different effects on the water as well. The orgone grids appear to have polarities. Flipping a grid over, ink side down, will charge water differently that if it was ink side up. The different orgone fields that are formed affect the water differently. This is possible because water is a polar molecule. The orgone fields cause the randomly aligned water molecules to line up and be structured. The structuring aligns the hydrogen bonds, and this chemically alters the water’s properties. Water is able to “store” orgone energy, or be charged. “Charged” water molecules are aligned, and this causes influxing Aether to be distorted in the same way the pyramid or orgone grid affects it. Because of this, water can be used as a “battery” to store orgone, and it is a excellent way of giving a plant a infusion of energy without building a pyramid over it. I have shown the water experiment to about 40 people, and only 3 said they didn’t think there was a difference in taste. The other 37 confirmed that something had changed.
Iron rusts at different rates in treated and untreated water. This visually proves that the water has been chemically altered. The hexacomb grid accelerated the rusting, while the pyramid slowed it. The hexacomb grid energy appears to speed chemical reactions, as the apple disk on the hexacomb grid was darker brown on top.
Organic materials dry out faster under a pyramid. I first proved this with the watermelon, and for this study, with apple disks. The water in these materials are highly attracted to orgone energy. Orgone bubbles are formed at the corners and apex of the pyramid, and thus water is drawn outwards from the center of a pyramid.
Some of my first experiments investigated preservation experiments. Milk lasted four days, while the control would go bad after two days. Experiments with sour cream were similar, the growth of mold was retarded longer when the sample was under the pyramid. Although orgone is good in moderation for all multicellular organisms, unicellular organisms do not thrive in it. Even small insects will avoid a pyramid. This is handy as pest control in a garden. As a result food spoils slower under a pyramid. This combined with the fact that food dehydrates more rapidly under a pyramid, shows it potentials as a natural food preserver.
Razor blades do stay sharper under a pyramid, just like the Czech patent claims. I managed to sharpen my mother’s peeling knife by leaving it under a pyramid for one month. This is because the blades become impregnated with water molecules, and this makes them dull. The pyramid’s accelerated dehydration conditions pull the water out of the steel blade, allowing it to cut properly.
The energy from pyramids increases the germination rate of seeds. It is also claimed to increase the growth (and yield) of plants in soil, however I have not yet had to opportunity to prove this myself [waiting for summer]. Water is chemically altered by pyramid energy, and possibly this is the cause of the increased growth. Certain kinds of energy affect living organisms in a way science does not yet understand. This have been shown with statistical data (moon cycles and crime rates, etc.). I have also noted that pyramids effect a person’s sleep, if hung over the bed. The first night of sleeping under a pyramid is fairly restless, but then your body adjusts, and less sleep is required. This has to do with the alpha-theta brain wave frequency that people’s minds tend to go to when under a pyramid.

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  • Food Dehydrator: The pyramid preserves food quickly, and does not require any external input. Also the food is preserved naturally [no heating or chemicals], and this allows the preserved food to retain it’s nutrient value better. It is only a matter of time before this is commercialized [i.e.. home beef jerky maker] It may also hold potential in agriculture as a grain drier, etc.
  • Garden accelerator: A large pyramid over a garden would increase yield of vegetables. Insects avoid the pyramid, as the energy is too powerful for them so this would provide chemical free pest control.
  • Altering the Rate of Chemical Reactions: From the iron corrosion experiment we see that chemical reactions are affected. This may be useful in Chemical Engineering, to control the rate of certain reactions.
  • Sleep reducer: Sleeping under a pyramid improves quality of sleep (more alpha-theta brain waves). Also reduces illnesses and promotes healing.
  • Longer lasting milk: Milk cartons with pyramid shaped tops will increase the self life of milk, allowing it to stay fresh longer.
  • Razor Sharpener: Assuming 50% of Canada’s population are razor users, and using the statistics stated in the Czech Patent, a annual saving of steel would be 421005 Kg, if everyone used pyramid razor sharpeners.
  • Natural Fertilizer: In areas that use irrigation, applying orgone energy to plants in a field would not be difficult. A large pyramid could be constructed over a reservoir tank to “charge” the water. Additionally orgone folds could be applied around the piping to increase the energy in the water. In areas that do not use irrigation, simply exposing the seeds to orgone energy prior to planting would increase the yield. A large pyramid over a grain bin would do this very nicely. Some extensive studies have been done, and show that pyramid energy can increase the yield of a crop up to 30%. Besides the initial cost of setting the system up, the increased yield is free. We need to find a way to feed the growing population without further destruction of the land. Chemical fertilizers are causing huge damage to the balance of nature [and the human population], and cannot keep up with the increasing demand for food.Additionally, with increased understanding and ability to manipulate Aether, whole new possibilities open up;
  • Gravity control (ie Anti-Gravity, Super-Gravity)
  • Inertia control
  • Free, clean energy, in huge amounts
  • Overunity
  • Faster than light travel
  • Weather control
  • Matter creation from Aether
  • Transmuting elements (Fusion)
  • Grand Unification Theory: Understanding how all forces are related, as they all are created from Aetheric energy.


    There is natural variance with the speed seeds germinate. Some are faster than others. Although it is highly unlikely, it is mathematically possible that the all the seeds in one cup would do better. Even more unlikely, but still possible, is that these seeds would be healthier and mold free. Consider that 18 seeds were used, and assume that each have a 50% chance of being either healthy or sick. 0.5^18= 0.000003814697265625% of this occurring simply at random.
    It is possible that there was differences in the density of the apple, but if there was some, it was at a level which could not be seen with the naked eye. The wire may have had variation in it as well, but again, nothing visible. It is also possible that the 40 people who tried the water test were all lacking mental sanity. This is unlikely, especially considering that many of the tests were blind tests.

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