Thanks to nonagon that divides the circle by 20 degrees you can see some unique combinations of azimuths, which were distributed around the sacred Mount Kailash multiply of 10 and 20 degrees.

Turn one nonagon on 5.5 degrees clockwise and the other one on 4.5 degrees counter-clockwise i.e. divide the circumference by 10 degrees.

Turning hexagram we found that the angle between Stonehenge and Mohenjo-Daro is exactly 60 degrees. Now turning nonagon, we can see that the angle between the azimuths of Mecca and Angkor is close to 40 degrees and this angle is exactly in the middle between the directions to Stonehenge and Mohenjo-Daro.

Thus, the angle between azimuths to Stonehenge and Angkor is - 9.95 degrees (-0.05). The angle between azimuths of Mecca and Angkor is - 39.7 degrees. (-0.3). The angle between the direction to Mecca and Mohenjo-Daro is - 10.35 degrees. (+0.35).

The fact that the angle between the directions to Uluru and Samaipata is 30 / 150 degrees, the error is + 0.14 we already know from the combinations of hexagram.

In this case, turning nonagon on 6 degrees counter-clockwise we obtain the exact azimuths of Samaipata and the Vera island between which are exactly 50 degrees as well as azimuth of Uluru with the error of + 0.1.

Accordingly, the angle between azimuths of Vera island and Uluru is 20/160 degrees with accuracy of + 0.07.

Then turn nonagon clockwise. Rotation on 2 degree gives accurate azimuths of Great Pyramid (GP) and Vatican from which, as we know from hexagram on 60 degrees is away azimuth of Sigiriya.

Between azimuths of GP and Vatican are 19.95 degrees (-0.05). Between azimuths of Sigiriya and Vatican are 59.23 degrees. (-0.77).

Now nonagon on 6.5 degrees clockwise. In such position it can be clearly seen that the angle between St. Petersburg and Baalbek is close to 40 degrees. Error is -0.49.

Also we see that the angle between Baalbek and Lhasa is close to 10 degrees. Error is -0.16.

It is interesting that all three objects together with Kailas and some others about which issaid in the article "GEODESY OF MERIDIANS” are the points giving the 5 and 10 degrees meridian division of globe. In this system meridian of GP is zero from which is carried out the counting. St. Petersburg, as it is known, lies on meridian of GP, exactly halfway between the pyramid and the North Pole.

Meridian of Baalbek is separated from the meridian of GP on 5 degrees to the east, and meridian of Lhasa on 60 degrees. In this case, meridian of Kailash which coincides with meridian of Teotihuacan is separated from meridian of GP on 30 degrees.

An interesting combination gives rotation of nonagon on 10 degrees clockwise. In this position we get the exact azimuth of Great Zimbabwe from which on 20/160 degrees is away azimuth of Easter island.

Angle between the directions is 19.6 degrees, the error is -0.4.

And finally, turning on 11 degrees allows to determine the exact direction to Tiwanaku, from which on 20/160 degrees differs azimuth of Nan Madol.

Angle between the directions is 20.25 degrees, the error is + 0.25.

It is interesting that azimuth of Tiwanaku in the point of Kailas, as well as azimuth of Solomon temple in the point of Vatican, divides the half of circle, oriented to the cardinal points in the golden section.