By Barbara Aho


The shining white pyramid in the picture is located on ninety acres known as The Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning International, Inc., 1. Or more simply as "The Center," or more revealingly as "The Garvey Center" after Willard Garvey, president chief director, executive officer of National Center Garvey Industries, Inc.; founding director, National Center for Privatization, International Executive Service Corps, National Legal Center Interest for the Public Interest, ad infinitum..., of Wichita. The Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning International has since been renamed The Riordan Clinic after Hugh Riordan who was originally funded by the Garvey Foundation. 

When the Wichitans asked Garvey why the pyramid, the Garvey Center published the following: 


"A number of people have asked us why we decided to include a Garvey Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning, Inc. There were a number of reasons behind this decision and we would like to share these with you.

"Structurally, of course, the pyramid is extremely strong and should be able to withstand--as should the geodesic domes--almost any environmental situation.

"A principal consideration was of an electromagnetic nature. We live in a sea of energy. All of life, from subatomic particles to the galaxies, can be seen as electrostatic and electrodynamic fields. Close examination of life forms, including our own, reveals that rather than existing as solid state matter these forms are more accurately waves of energy interacting with one another.

"It is known that the shape or form of a container affects the nature and quality of the energy force fields within. This is apparent with sound and light and equally so--though perhaps less apparent--with other portions of the electromagnetic spectrum.

"Experiments in recent years have demonstrated that the pyramid shape is particularly conducive to integrating and amplifying these energy fields. Significant results have been established with liquids, solids, plant growth and productivity, along with beneficial results with animal and human health. These results are not entirely isolated phenomena as a number of scientific researchers have demonstrated the response of animate and inanimate matter to various electrical and magnetic force fields. The uniqueness of the pyramid, however, apparently resides in its ability to provide a richness of these fields.

"Since ancient times, the pyramid has stood as a universal symbol to the four cardinal points of the earth, representing all things of the earth, and the four material elements or substances from the combinations of which the quaternary body of man is formed. From each side of the pyramid there rises a triangle, typifying the threefold divine nature of Man. The pyramid reaches a point apex depicting the Oneness of life.

"The founding fathers of this country incorporated a pyramid on the reverse side of the Great Seal of the United States 2. When it was adopted by act of the Continental Congress on June 20, 1782, and readopted by the new Congress on September 15, 1789. This seal continues to be printed on our one dollar bills.

"The thirteen tiers of the pyramid on the seal represent thirteen original colonies. Man can construct this part of the pyramid, whereas the capstone -- elevated on the seal -- can be only provided by God. The eye in the capstone signifies God's wisdom and attentiveness to the affairs of man.

"A pyramid seems to be particularly appropriate for The Center, dedicated to the health and well-being of the body, mind and spirit of man."

Thus reads the Garvey Center explanation for the pyramidal structure on its grounds. We have been told that the pyramid contains nothing but an altar and a light which plays on the altar and further that the altar has been used in rites and rituals best left undescribed. Some have hinted that the Garvey Pyramid is the location of blood sacrifices but this, so far, is mere unproven gossip. In 1979, New Ager Jeremy Rifkin copyrighted a book of giant significance to those who can read between the lines. The book was titled The Emerging Order. 

In his run for the Presidential Nomination of 1988, Christian New Age Change Agent, Pat Robertson gave both Rifkin and his book, The Emerging Order, a great deal of television exposure on Robertson's 700 Club television program. It has been said with great discernment that the life purpose of Rifkin and the sole intent of The Emerging Order was to channel the entire United States spectrum of the "Evangelical" population into the New Age Movement. Rifkin, however, proved to be much too blatantly associated with the vociferous element of the New Age Movement which openly advocated the element of "cleansing the New Age Movement action" of the earth, the physical extermination of all fundamentalist Christians, Jews and Moslems and anyone else who dissented from United States/United Nations/New World Order policies.

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And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. Eph. 5:11

Many will be purified, made spotless and refined, but the wicked will continue to be wicked. None of the wicked will understand, but those who are wise will understand. Daniel 12:10