ORIENTATIONS TO THE GREAT ZIMBABWE
ORIENTATIONS OF HISTORICAL OBJECTS TO GREAT ZIMBABWE
On a small isle by name of Raiatea, entering into group of islands of Commonwealth, there are rests of cyclopean constructions of ancient Polynesians - Marae Tiputapuatea. The construction has in length 43 metres and in width 7 metres. The height of some megalits reaches 3,5 metres. Just from such stones the platform is put having orientation on GREAT Zimbabwe which is removed from this place on 15891 km . It is equal to143 degrees or approximately 2/5 from great circle of all length circle.
Susa is one of the most ancient cities of the world, based by different estimations nearby 4000 BC, the first traces of dwelling are dated 7000 BC. The City is mentioned in early Sumer documents and repeatedly in the Old Testament. In the history Susa has received popularity as state Elam capital. The acropolis of Apadan in Susa has orientation to GREAT Zimbabwe, distance to which is 6092 km or 54,8 degrees. It is approximately 11/36 from half of orthodromy length .
Except the directions to Easter Island, Xochicalco has an orientation to Great Zimbabwe the distance to which is 14,827 km. This direction is not so clearly expressed and is set with perpendicular ground to "stadium" and some other objects. Proportionality in this line is not detected, but it passes in 11 km from Palenque,in 5 kilometers from Piedras Negras, in 3 km from Caracol and in 10 km from Nan Madol. The line of Xochicalco - Easter Island also crosses the meridian of Stonehenge on the latitude of Angkor and the most interesting it crosses Easter Island meridian on the latitude of the Great Zimbabwe.
Temple of Horus in Edfu was built under the Ptolemaic in honor of the god Horus, and now it is one of the best preserved Egyptian temple buildings. The temple was built by Ptolemy III Bithynia in 327 g of BC. on place of more ancient temple of Tuthmosis III, built by Imhotep, the first priest-architect. The temple is oriented to the Great Zimbabwe the distance to which is 5010 km, or ¼ from the half of the circumference orthodromy which, respectively, is equal to 45 degrees of arc.
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