my original concept

Fire In The Middle
A Great Pyramid Concept By Danny Kerr
The Great Pyramid is a wireless power plant similar to Nic Teslas Wardenclyffe Tower(TMT).  

A Quick Breakdown

The Similarities – Similar to Nick Teslas TMT, the Great Pyramid has 5 main parts. The virtual ground(2), the coil(5), the coupling transformer(4), the power supply(3), and the Earth(1). The Pyramid is an internal combustion powered low-frequency mono-pole(single wire) Piezo-thermoelectric generator that utilizes induction in the Earth.  Where Tesla used a generating station to power the TMT, the Egyptians used internal detonation of hydrogen.

How the Pyramid was powered – Heat Engine – Pulsejet.  Hydrogen and oxygen were generated in the Queens Chamber and ignited in the Grand Gallery. The sound emitted from the ignition was a loud detonation which would ring the pyramid. The exhaust from the detonation was blown into the Kings Chamber where the heat and sound worked to bring the Kings Chamber to resonance and generate a piezo-thermoelectric low frequency. The heat, resonance, and vacuum from combustion inside the Grand Gallery made sure ignition kept happening, similar to a valved pulse jet engine. Water hammer was used to pump water into the Grand Gallery and fill the Queens Causeway to regulate the gas flow from the Queens Chamber and the Well Shaft was used for draining the water.  The Pyramid seems to have sat in water which would help with cooling and conductivity, and it’s likely the Egyptians pumped water internally to the top of the pyramid, as this is possible with a ram pump with similar dimensions as the shafts in the subterranean passages and height of the pyramid.  A DC thermoelectric effect was used to generate hydrogen and oxygen. Detonation of Hydrogen and Oxygen resonated and heated the Kings Chamber for the transfer of piezo-thermoelectric current into the Pyramids mass and shape. The coil, shape, of the Pyramid and the Kings Chamber reflect this current down into the earth.

The Overall System Function  – Tuned to a harmonic of the Earths natural pulsation frequency, piezoelectricity is sent down into the Earth by the Pyramid. This sound current is then picked up and reflected back by another Pyramid, in a coupling resonant fashion. Current came up through the coupling transformer(Kings Chamber) in the Pyramid, where the current then reflected off the tuned coil/pyramid shape(Internal Spiral Ramp), then down through the coupling transformer and into the Earth, and back, over and over again at the speed of light or possibly faster. Only when a demand is put on the receiving end of the system would the supply be used. Until then the power doesn’t stop bouncing back and forth between the Pyramids. The same way the TMT would’ve operated.

Listed below are the individual parts of the Pyramid and their function; numbers 1 to 5 correlate with the above picture.  

1 The Earth

2 The tip of the Pyramid – Virtual Ground – It comes to a point, this would facilitate electrical discharges/static build ups. Being gold would prevent corrosion and keep the tip conductive. A steady reference point is needed in this circuit as there is no ground. Earth becomes the positive terminal in this electrical situation.

3 Granite plugs/wedges -part of the power supply –  Located at the base of the Grand Gallery. These pistons worked by water hammer pressurizing the Descending Passage and lunging the Wedges up the Ascending passage to lift water into the Grand Gallery, or combustion chamber. The Granite wedges fell to their current position when Al-Mamun breached the pyramid in 832ad. When Al-Mamuns workers heard the Granite wedges shift to their current position, they new they were near the inner chambers of the pyramid. So we know that the Granite wedges were originally higher up, and can clearly move inside the shaft they sit in. Upon Seeing the Wedges in person, they appear lodged on an angle showing that they definitely didnt “plug” the passage but simply restrict it. Since the Granite wedges are slightly smaller than the shaft they sit in, they wouldn’t just sink in the water, they would instead cause a restriction slowing down the descent of the wedges. The granite wedges would weigh less submerged in water and get pushed up by the water hammer, pushing water up with the blocks. The water hammer could only push the blocks so high before the weight of the blocks would over power the water hammer and begin to settle back down. This was due to the water level of the pyramid and the limitation of the water ram effect at height on the blocks. The Girdle-stones have some sort of function, maybe Eddy current brakes? The girdle stones might’ve prevented either the blocks getting to low or high, which would regulate how much water is being pumped. The water filling and draining is how the Queens Chamber water was changed continuously.  Water filling the Queens Chamber and causeway first pushed out oxygen that built up at the base of the room.  Hydrogen that has built up continuously at twice the rate of the oxygen would then be pushed out as well. The Granite Wedges then receded, water was drained through the well shaft, exposing the Queens Causeway to allow the release of gas that has built up momentarily while leaving water on the Queens Chamber floor for the continued production of hydrogen and oxygen.
3 Queen’s Chamber – Part of the Power Supply – Kept cool by water, and being below the Grand Gallery and Kings Chamber.  A Thermo-electric effect from repeated detonation in the Grand Gallery, to heat up and resonate the granite in the walls, provided a mono pole DC for electrolysis. Only 2 volts, 0.2 amps, + and – DC is required for optimal hydrogen and oxygen production, but we only have a mono-pole electric situation, and we need a second phase for Electrolysis. This is where the two fluid shafts come into play. Each shaft contains an acidic solution, each with a different metal.  As stated by Chris Dunn, the Southern Shaft could have been dilute hydrochloric acid, and in the Northern Shaft a hydrated zinc solution, which could in fact act as a + and – facilitating electrolysis while simultaneously generating hydrogen.  Trace amounts of each acid mixed into the water is clearly all thats needed, as the cracks originally in the walls of the Queens Chamber would’ve only allowed the solutions to percolate through. With the two solutions creating hydrogen upon being mixed together, we also have a potential way to start the pyramid. Before starting the pulsation effect in the water, the Queens Chambers shafts could be left for a day to allow lots of acid to be mixed in the Chamber, then all we’d need now is a bit of heat, say a fire in the Kings Chamber Coffer Box, or in the Grand Gallery, or both.  Once the Queens Chamber built up some gas, a little bit of heat would ignite the gas no problem, possibly kickstarting the whole process of detonation for thermoelectric hydrogen and oxygen production, leading to a piezo-thermolelectric effect in the Kings Chamber.
3 grand gallery – part of the power supply – Combustion chamber. An extremely hot loud pop/crack was generated inside, from hydrogen, oxygen and heat coming together. The walls are meant to carry the heat, sound and piezoelectricity of the pop up the chamber and through the tuned exhaust(Antechamber). The walls of the Grand Gallery are pretuning the pop sound with the height of the ceiling and the different widths of its walls. Hydrogen is so light that it would have travelled to the top of the Grand Gallery after being released from the Queens causeway. This would explain the burning and cracking at the top of the gallery. The burn pattern is explained by standing waves generated upon detonation.
4 Kings Chamber – piezo-electric coupling transformer/transducer -Granite becomes conductive at 500+ degrees Celsius – The granite in this chamber was made conductive with heat and vibration, through a piezo-thermoelectric effect. The Grand Gallery blew its loud exhaust into the Kings Chamber and the Kings Chambers size and dimensions allowed for the expansion of the exhaust which created a negative pressure pulse which effectively drew gases from the the Grand Gallery. The two small angled shafts that intersect at the Kings Chamber, that are currently being used as vent shafts are just that. They’re vents, to relieve pressure or exhaust. Too much pressure inside the Kings Chamber would dampen/choke the resonance, therefore it would’ve been necessary to vent the chamber.  The vents are also tiny in comparison to the Kings Chamber and Grand Gallery size.  These vents would’ve restricted pressure as much as they would’ve relieved pressure. The shafts are also positioned where the coolest point in the room would be. Hot Exhaust would first hit the corner of the Kings Chamber and then curl around the top of the room, then back down towards the tiny Exhaust vents. The Kings Chamber and the beams above it could be designed to generate low frequency piezo electricity while minimizing eddy currents. The top and 5th layer of granite beams is separated from the other granite beams and held in place by limestone, this could’ve been to reduce eddy currents even further. Heat rising could explain the height of these chambers, or stacked blocks, as you’d want to recover all the heat into the granite for thermo-electric efficiency.
5 Internal Square Spiral Ramp – Tesla Coil – Quality built lime stone outer layers with a hollow square limestone coil running though it.  With the rest of the Pyramid being tuned, it’s reasonable to assume the Internal ramp is also tuned, further adding to the resonance of the structure. This square Tesla Coil would have greater surface area than a circular coil and it passes through the pyramid with turns under 90 degrees as it ascends to the top, possibly for conductivity. This coil would work in conjunction with the shape and density of the pyramid to provide a reflective capacitance of the piezo-thermoelectricity. Working like an invisible spring, the reflections internally in the empty spaces coupled with the size, shape and density of the Pyramid must have had incredible inertia due to the sheer mass.  If the internal ramp isn’t present in the pyramid, the size, shape and density of the Pyramid may be all thats needed for an instantaneous deep reflection of the electric tone.
Ante-Chamber – After seeing the Ante-chamber in person it seems it might’ve worked like the valves of a trumpet, tuning the air of the pop sound from the hydrogen and oxygen igniting. Tuning of the this sound wave would allow for higher efficiency of the system, and aid the combustion process, like a valved pulse-jet engine. The lengthening of air passage would deepen the note, tuning the sound wave before the wave enters the Kings Chamber.
Well shaft – Drained the water that would get pushed up by the Granite wedges. Water would drain back down to the water level through the well shaft and not the ascending passage due to the restriction of the granite wedges. At the base of the Well Shaft a block or door prevented water pressure from escaping upward from the Subterranean Chamber. This was likely a one way door/valve like what would be at the entrance to the Descending Passage, and possibly worked on head pressure generated from the water above the water table in the grand gallery.  A granite block with holes drilled in it would allow water to pass but act as a block/gate to high water pressure. One of these drilled blocks was possibly near the entrance to the Descending Passage as well as in the Grotto I believe.
Outer Pyramid Casing – Limestone insulator/reflective surface. Reflecting light and heat would help maintain the temperature and tone of the Pyramid.
Inner pyramid mass – the wire that connects the circuit – rough filler limestone – Possibly made conductive by water pumping through a check valve from somewhere like the Dead End Shaft in the Subterranean Chamber(which looks like a dead end shaft in person..), or from a pool surrounding the pyramid.  Water was likely pumped to the top of the Pyramid, and then allowed to percolate down through the stone, helping with conductivity. The height of the Pyramid is the height that John Cadmans scale model pyramid ram pump system can pump water up to as well. The water percolating down through the Pyramid would help seal the Pyramids inner chambers walls so that pressure could be maintained to allow sufficient vacuum in the Grand Gallery and Queens Chamber. The water moving also generates a little electric charge. Water could also be drawn up by the pyramid via capillary effect, as the shape and stone of the pyramid would naturally facilitate this. The picture at the end of this document shows water emitting from high up on the Bent Pyramid. In the video that the screen shot was taken from, water is coming out from very high up on the Pyramid in tiny streams. Thermal electric conditions are hot on one side and cold on the other, cooling the pyramid outside of the Kings Chamber and Grand Gallery would enable the transfer of DC current to energize the Pyramids mass and Internal Ramp. This current could then been transferred through the Pyramids mass, or Inertia, or fundamental resonance.
Subterranean chamber and descending passage – A compression wave in water first struck the ceiling of the Subterranean Chamber, the wave then continued up the Descending Passage pressurizing the shaft by closing a hinged door at the entrance to the pyramid.  This pressure caused the Granite wedges to slide upward. This chamber has been shown to allow water flow unrestricted thus maintaining flow and pressure.
The Sphinx – part of the power supply The Egyptian Water Department was drilling near the sphinx and hit red granite which is not indigenous to the area. The Egyptians clearly installed some sort of red granite structure or device near the Sphinx. There is a curious bump on the chest of the Sphinx, indicating a heart or heartbeat. Lions have slower heartbeats, around 45 bpm, when calm. A beating sound emitting from near the Sphinx was likely a  very large granite check valve generating the sound and the rhythm of a lion’s heart beat or close to.  it was a slow working ram pump that worked simply by gravity and head pressure from a body of water. The Pyramids had walls surrounding them which held water inside, and the water could have been slowly fed down into Pyramids. Water was most definitely pumped or gravity fed into the pool that surrounded the Pyramid.  Near the Sphinx, water pressure fed from the Pyramid, could push a large granite block upward, then the weight of the block would overcome the water pressure and slam back down, creating a deep thump and compression wave; this was the check valve. The limestone shafts would contain this wave all the way to the Granite wedge inside the pyramid. Water is incompressible, thus causing compression at one end of a pipe instantly causes the water to move at the other end of the pipe.

Starting the Pyramid – A fire in the middle of the pyramid could bring the temperature of the pyramid up, generating a bit of current, which could help generate gases in the Queens Chamber as well as heating up the Grand Gallery to enable repeated detonation. 

Some other points
The Pyramids could be oriented in a way that promotes the feedback of the tones being generated to further bring out the notes.  If you place a subwoofer on the floor of a room and turn it up, you can walk around the room and find the spot where the sub frequencies are loudest, this is where the Khafre pyramid could be located in relation to the Great Pyramid. Guitarists call it a sweet spot. A guitarist can adjust the position of their electric guitar in front of a guitar amplifier relative to what note is feeding back and achieve various harmonics. The Egyptians would have honed in on getting maximum output/coupled oscillations in phase, in a feedback like effect from the structures, just the way guitarists do with their amps.
Similiar to Nic Telsals TMT circuit, the Earth is the positive terminal of the Pyramids circuit, yet the low frequency piezo electricity is safe to the touch.  You could walk around and you wouldn’t hear or feel it.  It would be subtle, yet powerful. The Egyptians maybe tapped into this grid with similar granite blocks that are used in the Pyramid. Obelisks are tuned limestone or red granite like that from the Kings Chamber. Obelisks come to a point at the top too, which would facilitate the discharge of static electricity that has built up in the air.   Electrical experiments using cone shapes to encourage a discharge in and out of the air have been done with excellent results. Obelisks have hieroglyphs stating: “to the beat of the drum,” and “this power can be abused.”  To me, the beat of the drum is the heartbeat of the Sphinx or possibly a beat frequency generated by the pyramids. The power that can be abused could be the electricity in the ground.
The Pyramid is roughly 90 degrees out of phase with the Earths magnetic field. Tesla said if the Earths magnetic field lagged the phase angle of his Magnifying Transmitter by 90 degrees he could, in essence, pull free energy from the Earth.
I think Eddy currents played a role in the utilization of this electricity. Eddy currents generate magnetic fields that oppose the magnetic field that created them. In conductors they can generate heat and electromagnetic forces.  The heat’s used for induction heating, the electromagnetic forces used for levitation, movement, or braking. They also have effects like power loss in transformers, where they’re minimized with thin plates, laminating, or conductor shape.
 The Pyramids construction is also similar to a log periodic antennae, the antenna the shape of a christmas tree, or a pyramid.  Each of the horizontal sections of the Pyramid represent different intervals of resonance for the transmission and pickup of frequencies. Teslas TMT and the Pyramids are like antennae aimed down into earth that can also transmit frequencies.
The Land of Osiris could be where all the dead were shipped to, where the decaying bodies were used to raise the EC of the water at the Pyramid site.
Some References
Jean Pierre Houdin – internal spiral ramp – contrustruction techniques
Christopher Dunn – precision  – Queens Chamber
John Cadman – ram pump
William Flinders Petri – surveyor – metal gates in Kings Chamber vents
Eric Dollard – Nikola Tesla – tmt
Egyptology – Land of the dead
Khemitology – indigenous teaching
Granite conductivity
Valved and Valveless Pulse Jet engines