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Electromagnetic properties of the Great Pyramid 
In a 2018 Journal of Applied Physics paper by Balezin et. al. , they studied the Electromagnetic properties of the Great Pyramid. Here are some of the findings relative to our work.
Electric field strength in chambers, possibly in EW elevation.
Triton sent me a link  that had the following image.
It belonged to a character called Fulcanelli [pseudonym] who was supposed to be a Templar that had achieved the “Great Work” and written some books. In an article about him , it says,
“Through the breadth of his work, by interpreting the decor of cathedrals from an esoteric and alchemical perspective, Fulcanelli not only shed a totally new light on medieval art, but he also created such emulation; that the approach to esoteric science was radically changed”
In the same article it says,
The alchemist Julien Champagne (1877-1932), who was the illustrator of the works of his master Fulcanelli , placed a coat of arms at the end of the book The Mystery of the Cathedrals
I have overlayed the sacred geometry on this coat of arms… And yes, I think he was an ‘adept’ alchemist and had likely realised the “Great Work”, including establishing what the philosophers stone was.
Triton sent me the link because it resembled both the sacred geometry structure I had established from experiments, but also because it looked a little like the Frank Polifka’s Windhexe. He also sent me another link that shows a similar graphic.
When you do a reversed image search for this on Google, you immediately get eye of providence images and related material. On doing further research, I came across the an image described as:
“De Cavernosi Metallorum Occultus est, qui Lapis es Venerabilis. [Of the Cave of the Hidden Metals, you are the Venerable Stone.] HERMES”- Frontispiece from : The Hermetical Triumph: or, The Victorious Philosophical Stone. - Anonymous, 1740.
So, I decided to compare it to some experiments and the sacred geometry as well as the Windhexe, here is the result.
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Balezin, M., Baryshnikova, K. V., Kapitanova, P., & Evlyukhin, A. B. (2018). “Electromagnetic properties of the Great Pyramid: First multipole resonances and energy concentration.” Journal of Applied Physics, 124(3), 034903.doi:10.1063/1.5026556
Nemkov, N. A., Basharin, A. A., & Fedotov, V. A. (2018). “Electromagnetic sources beyond common multipoles.” Physical Review A, 98(2). doi:10.1103/physreva.98.023858
Luk’yanchuk, B., Paniagua-Domínguez, R., Kuznetsov, A. I., Miroshnichenko, A. E., & Kivshar, Y. S. (2017). “Hybrid anapole modes of high-index dielectric nanoparticles.” Physical Review A, 95(6). doi:10.1103/physreva.95.063820
Afanasiev, G. N., & Stepanovsky, Y. P. (1995). “The electromagnetic field of elementary time-dependent toroidal sources.” Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 28(16), 4565–4580. doi:10.1088/0305-4470/28/16/014
Afanasiev, G. N. (2001). “Simplest sources of electromagnetic fields as a tool for testing the reciprocity-like theorems.” Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 34(4), 539–559. doi:10.1088/0022-3727/34/4/316
Li, S.-Q., & Crozier, K. B. (2018). “Origin of the anapole condition as revealed by a simple expansion beyond the toroidal multipole.” Physical Review B, 97(24). doi:10.1103/physrevb.97.245423