The Pyramids of Golod is an architectural structure made in the form of a regular tetrahedral pyramid. They are a constructive version of the so-called energy pyramids, using the proportion of the golden section as a shaping parameter, which provides the possibility of accumulating (speculating) the hypothetical anomalous energy caused by the shape of the pyramid. A distinctive feature of the use of the golden section in the Famine pyramids is its application to the ratio of the diameters of neighboring balls that are successively inscribed in the pyramid. When this condition is fulfilled, the ratio of the height of the pyramid to the side of the square lying at its base is approximately equal to two, and the angle between the faces of the pyramid is about 27.3 degrees. According to A.Golod, this configuration of the pyramid, taking into account the relatively large dimensions of the structure, ensures maximum efficiency of its energy impact.
The Pyramids of Golod caused a wide public response in connection with the numerous publications and statements of the author about the discovery of supernatural opportunities for the beneficial effects of his pyramids on processes in living and inanimate nature, as well as on physical phenomena that contradict the basic laws of nature.
The Seliger pyramid was installed in the summer of 1997 near the town of Ostashkov on the shore of Lake Seliger.