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Publications  AZIMUTHS HISTORICAL OBJECTS 09.11.2014. LHASA. NONAGON.

# AZIMUTHS HISTORICAL OBJECTS

##### LHASA. NONAGON.

14 azimuths to critical objects of system divided into three groups, disposed around Lhasa multiply to 10 degrees.

Let’s consider the first group of azimuths. To do this, turn one nonagon on 1 degree clockwise and the second on 9 degree counter-clockwise. That is, divide the circumference by 10 degrees with offset 1 degree.

In this position, we obtain very accurate azimuth of Uluru and Angkor, which lie on the same line with the error of 0.3 degree. The distance from Lhasa to Angkor is 2225 miles, or exactly 20 degrees along arc of a globe circle.

Furthermore, in such position of nonagon with the error of 0.1 degree we can determine the direction to Port Bajim, with the error of 0.19 direction to Tiwanaku and Lalibela with an error of 0.43.

In the previous case with turning of nonagon on 1 degree it was shown on the figure a direction to Kailash, which differs on 1 degree from perpendicularity of Por Bajin direction.

Therefore, to get an accurate azimuth to Kailas it is necessary to turn nonagon on 8 degrees counter-clockwise.The second nonagon turn on 2 degrees clockwise and thus we will divide circumference by 10 degrees with offset in 2 degrees.

In such a position it can be clearly seen that the direction to Kailash, with the error of 0.3 is perpendicular to the direction to Teotihuacan, with which mount-pyramid Kailash is connected with many circumstances. See. article "Kailash and the system of pyramids."

Also in the picture it can be seen clearly that three more directions to Mecca, Lalibela and Angkor disposed multiply to 10 degrees relatively of directions to Teotihuacan and Kailash.

Looking at the picture it is easy to calculate the exact angles between the directions and the errors because the exact value of azimuth must end exactly on 2.00 degrees.

Then turn one nonagon on 3.5 degrees counter-clockwise and the other one on 6.5 degrees clockwise. In this position we get another group of directions which are located relatively to each other multiply to 10 degrees.

Angles between the directions are equal to:

Nazca Lines and the Great Zimbabwe - 79.84 degrees (0.16).
Nazca Lines and Easter Island - 49.75 degrees (0.25)
Large Zimbabwe and Easter Island - 149.91 degrees (0.09)
Great Zimbabwe and the Great Pyramid - 49.5 degrees (0.5)
Large Zimbabwe and Sigiriya - 30.63 degrees (0.63)
The Great Pyramid (CAP) and Easter Island - 19.41 degrees (0.59)
The Great Pyramid and Sigiriya - 80.13 degrees (0.13).
Nazca Lines and the Great Pyramid - 30.34 degrees (0.34)
Nazca Lines and Sigiriya - 110.47 degrees (0.47)
Sigiriya and Easter Island - 119.28 degrees (0.72).

With a little less an accuracy but within 0.8 degree from azimuths of listed above objects multiply to 10 degrees lies the direction to Solomon temple which differs from azimuth of GP a little more than one degree.

It is interesting that in this combination the objects united actually lying on the same line. They are connected through the GP. This Great Zimbabwe lying on GP meridian and super-line GP - Nazca Lines - EASTER island.

At the same time a meridian of Lhasa itself is away from GP meridian exactly on 60 degrees and meridian of Sigiriya, which lies with Kailas on the meridian of Teotihuacan, is is away from meridian of the GP on 50 degrees.

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