July 22, 1979, the day Niagara Falls didn’t crumble away, thanks to a psychic and ‘pyramid power’

From the Ottawa Citizen, Monday, July 23, 1979, page 27.

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2 thoughts on “July 22, 1979, the day Niagara Falls didn’t crumble away, thanks to a psychic and ‘pyramid power’

  1. Mississauga occultist and psychic Alfred Ward wanted a 3-storey energy generating pyramid in the town, telling a local newspaper about it in 1973. Ward worried about finding a site for the project, given the area’s land prices, but intended to establish a non-profit corporation to fundraise. Smaller pyramids would eventually dot the backyards of Mississauga, allowing the removal of existing power lines.

    The Mississauga Times reported that he hoped the structure would also act as the site of his entombment.

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