Nubian and Giza Fold-up Hardboard Pyramids

This pyramid is one of my newest creations--and one of my favorites.  For the size and cost, this is by far the least expensive of my solid-walled pyramids.  It is made out of hardboard, which is a very hard, super smooth panel board, much like what clipboards are made out of.  This pyramid is held together with 3" wide high-quality cloth duct tape, folds up easily when not in use, and has no metal in it whatsoever.  This is a great, inexpensive pyramid to try energizing food and water and to do experiments with.

• Exclusively handcrafted in the USA by Precision Pyramids.
• Ships via Fedex or USPS Priority Mail usually within 2-3 days.

The Jumbo Nubian Fold-up Hardboard Pyramid:

Fold-up Nubian Cardboard Pyramid with a bottle of wine in front for comparison.

This is a very large pyramid, 14 inches wide at the base and over 21 inches high.  It is precision cut to nearly the same 72 degree slope angles as the pyramids of ancient Nubia, and plenty large enough to place a bottle of wine, a gallon of milk or water, or a whole basket of fruit.

Only $39.95 plus shipping.

If you live in:

The United States

$19 Shipping

Canada

$45 Shipping

Worldwide

$65 Shipping

The Jumbo Open Nubian Fold-up Hardboard Pyramid:

The Open Nubian Fold-up Cardboard Pyramid with fruit inside.

This pyramid is the same as the one above, but has open holes on the sides to allow for light, ventilation, and easy access.  According to Patrick Flannagan, based on his experiments with pyramids, having holes in the sides of the pyramid does not diminish the energy, and possibly even enhances it.  This model allows you to place things inside or to pull them out without having to move the pyramid.

$49.95 plus shipping.

If you live in:

The United States

$19 Shipping

Canada

$45 Shipping

Worldwide

$65 Shipping

The Jumbo Giza Fold-up Hardboard Pyramid:

The Giza Fold-up Cardboard Pyramd with a bottle of wine for comparison.

Similar to the Nubian Hardboard Pyramids, except made in the same precise 51.82 degree angles as my other Giza pyramids. This is a very large pyramid, 19.5 inches wide at the base and over 12 inches high, with plenty enough room to place a bottle of wine, a gallon of milk or water, or a whole basket of fruit.

$39.95 plus shipping.

If you live in:

The United States

$19 Shipping

Canada

$45 Shipping

Worldwide

$65 Shipping

The Jumbo Open Giza Fold-up Hardboard Pyramid:

The Open Giza Fold-up Cardboard Pyramd with fruit inside.

This pyramid is the same as the one above, but has open holes on the sides to allow for light, ventilation, and easy access.  According to Patrick Flannagan, based on his experiments with pyramids, having holes in the sides of the pyramid does not diminish the energy, and possibly even enhances it.  This model allows you to place things inside or to pull them out without having to move the pyramid.

$49.95 plus shipping.

If you live in:

The United States

$19 Shipping

Canada

$45 Shipping

Worldwide

$65 Shipping

More Pictures:

The inside of my Giza Cardboard Pyramid showing the high-quality cloth duct tape holding it together.
The Giza Cardboard Pyramid when folded up.
Wearing one of my cardboard pyramids on my head.
Wearing one of my cardboard pyramids on my head.
Wearing one of my cardboard pyramids on my head.
Wearing one of my cardboard pyramids on my head.
Wearing one of my cardboard pyramids on my head.
Wearing one of my cardboard pyramids on my head.