According to Flanagan, pyramids with the exact relative dimensions of Egyptian pyramids act as "an effective resonator of randomly polarized microwave signals which can be converted into electrical energy."  Flanagan's claims range from enhancing the nutritional value of foods to sharpening knives by placing them under such a pyramid (aka the "Pat Flanagan Experimental Sensor") overnight.
V. Krasnoholovets claimed to have replicated some of those claims. He reported that a razor blade placed in a pyramid "resonator" became smoother and less angular over time. Similar claims were made in the 1980s by Birmingham researcher Roger Payton concerning the psychic powers of dredger buckets.
These claims got scant credibility, even within the alternative science community.
It has been claimed that, like alchemy, the concept of "pyramid power" is symbolic rather than literal, having to do with psychological effects and not physical ones.
Another contention is "pyramid power" is scalar resonance caused by the geometric shape of the pyramid, also related to shape energy. Any electromagnetic frequencies are converted by the direct influence of the perfect pyramid shape causing it to act as a accumulator changing them into a new harmonized form of energy or prana.
Olen lukenut pyramidien omavaan jotain "erikoisia" kykyjä muotonsa ja sijaintinsa tähden (tarkasti kompassin suuntaan), jos pyramidin sisälle laittaa vanhan hopeaesineen, niin se kiillottuu tai jos laittaa veitsen, niin se teroittuu.