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The well-known characteristics of the body shape are:

The interfaces between mediums are known to refract and reflect the beams, which are passing through them. Since the entire space of real world is traversed by the various aetheric beams (gravitational beams, magnetic fields, electromagnetic beams, neutrino streams, etc.), all solids are interacting with the aether by reflection of the beams (waves) from their surfaces. The simplest examples are the radio antennas and the waveguides. The bodies of dielectric materials demonstrate less considerable aetheric effects, which are significant only in the bodies of large volume.

Kozyrev's mirror (reflector of a telescope) concentrates the aetheric beams at its focal point similarly to a parabolic antenna.

The solids of revolution (sphere, cylinder, cone, torus etc.) help to create an aetheric vortex inside themselves. The funnel-shaped body (cone, etc.) forms a similarly shaped vortex with a high dynamic pressure and a low static pressure at the funnel mouth, where the vortex energy is concentrated. An example is the dome of a building (temple), which amplifies the aetheric effects of any items, which are mounted on top of it.

The prisms (cube) and the pyramid are the faceted solids of revolution with the same properties. A cube and a pyramid with right angles at its vertices are the corner reflectors, and therefore they have the considerable resonant properties for every wave type.

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A four-sided pyramid with the equilateral triangles-faces is a half of octahedron. It has the right angles between the opposite side edges, which cause the resonant standing waves within the planes of these four edges. The aetheric vortex in such pyramid is combined with the four-pole oscillating field, and so it is the octahedron monadic field, which interacts in particular with the living beings.

The truncated four-sided pyramid, due to the resonant standing waves (beams) between the upper and lower base, emits the powerful beams through its bases. The ancient Egyptians installed the stone "pyramidion" made of the gilded granite on the Egyptian pyramids top, which showed the special properties due to metal and quartz, from which granite consists.

Grebennikov’s cavity structural effect (CSE) is the resonant phenomena in a system of identical cylindrical or prismatic hollow adjacent cells, which are arranged in parallel in the same plane. A helical aetheric vortex, which arose in one cell, helps to arise the vortices within the neighboring cells, because a helical vortex propagates itself in the surrounding space. Thus, the vortex interaction produces a strong effect within the close-packed structures of the identical cells, such as honeycomb or the wasp nest cells. This effect occurs also in the hay bundles, wheat ears, straw and in various lattices (sieve, for example). The CSE effect also comprises the effects of a pyramid and a spiral shape.

The CSE radiation is the ejection of vortices from their cells by the electrostatic and mechanical forces. This radiation is the same as the so-called torsion field, and it is measured by some kind of a torsion balance.

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