Pyramid Shaped Body Parts 02 – Hands At Face Praying

According to The Pyramid View Of The Human Body, the human body behaves as if there is a pyramid within it located approximately as shown in this picture.

Corroborating evidence for that claim comes from the fact that pyramid shapes can be found all over a human body in any imaginable pose that body may be holding.

This series of blog entries is dedicated to providing examples of the pyramid shapes that can be found all over the human body. 

The example picture for this blog entry shows a woman praying.

The woman’s praying hands form a pyramid.

Please note how the woman’s head looks mostly symmetrical, or the same on both sides.

Symmetry of the body is a byproduct of a strong pyramid within the body.

It is intriguing to notice that the pyramid shape created by the woman’s hands cover the nose and mouth by aligning themselves along the natural angle of the nose.

Because the body is created from pyramids, it is natural for various pyramids to overlap each other like the pyramid shape formed by praying hands and the pyramid shape of the nose.

Even though the woman’s head exhibits a high degree of symmetry, there is an observation that indicates her body is not completely or perfectly symmetric.

The front and back of the left hand are aligned which gives the left hand a flat look.

The bottom of the right hand is angled outwards, which gives the entire right hand a pyramid shape.

The right hand sticking out at the bottom could be an indication the right side of the woman’s body is not as strong as the left side.

The reasoning would be that the right side of the body is not strong enough to press the bottom of the right hand flat,

the way the left side of the body has pushed the bottom of the left hand flat.


  1. IMO, this practice and belief was in its zenith in ancient Egypt. Not the later Egypt, but the Egypt identified by its remaining building sites (megalithic) and temples, that were found and excavated at lower elevations (older).

    This is Masonic in its core.

    The Third Riech also incorporated these teachings and knowledge in its design of the salute (palm down), among other more significant things.

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