I think of it as functioning in a much higher electrical environment. I also see that if it had a cavity resonating and rotating within it, the pyramid could create and maintain a magnetic field. The charges in the center would cause opposite flows on the outside generating a large resonating field.rkm wrote:I saw a documentary that said the pyramid originally had a gold cap, like the whole thing was a pyramidal lightning attractor. There's also a subterranean tunnel, which might have served as a grounding channel. If there is ~200 volt/meter potential gradient near the Earth's surface, wouldn't it be possible for the pyramid to capture a current, even when it's not stormy? How they might have used the current for anything useful is another question.
Since it was a area of high charge only at the top, then like a charged mountain there would be a concentration of electric potential that may have pulled down plasma from above. This could have been like a pillar of wispy fire, giving the Pyramids there rightful name. Much like a tornado, but with more power to it's charge sheathed vortex, these constructions would have saved all monuments nearby from the inevitable powerful lightning strikes that would exist without them.
This does not preclude other 'sacred geometry' benefits that seem associated with the inexplicable fascination with frequency and tones that the ancients attested to as truth yet we are only beginning to understand. Perhaps we can bridge that gap.