In the previous publication «Geodesy of meridians» the regularities found in an arrangement of meridians of known historical objects were described. It became clear that meridians of such constructions, as the Great pyramid, Tiwanaku, Theotiuacan, monuments of Easter Island and Vera Island, and sacred rock Uluru in Australia are located relatively each other with a step to multiple 10 degrees. Meridians of these objects form system, in which longitudes of separate objects are a symmetry axis for other meridians. In this article it will be a question of interaction of widths of the same historical objects in which arrangement even more interesting regularities allowing with full confidence to speak about existence of system in an arrangement of the most ancient constructions were found.
23.07.2012 SYSTEM OF ANCIENT MONUMENTAL STRUCTURES
For the first time the hypothesis that the ancient megalithic structures may be located on our planet on a particular system, launched in 70 years, Russian scientists N.F.Goncharov, V.A. Makarov and V.S.Morozov. According to their theory , the kernel of the Earth is a growing crystal of iron, which brings in all the shells of the planet right symmetry of the two Platonic polyhedra - the icosahedron and dodecahedron, and the hierarchy of subsystems, the main division. On the tops of the crystal, just as the majority of seats and is situated the ancient civilizations, pyramids and other famous buildings. Although in this symmetric system really is coincidence with the location of historical sites, all of them is quite approximate.
11.03.2012 GEOGLYPHS OF NAZCA - DEPICTION OF DRAGON?
23.11.2011 INTERACTIVE MAPS
The site has got a new section - INTERACTIVE MAPS. This section contains maps visually displaying information associated with a variety of historic sites. Now you can see where exactly is he a historical object, determine its location relative to other objects and make a click to get full information about it. Nazca geoglyphs 3D map allows to consider them in their entirety and to assess the true extent of this phenomenon.