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Publications  AZIMUTHS HISTORICAL OBJECTS 08.11.2014. THE NORTH POLE. THE HEXAGRAM.

# AZIMUTHS HISTORICAL OBJECTS

### THE NORTH POLE. THE HEXAGRAM.

About that the meridians of the key points of system are located relatively each other multiply to 10 and 5 degrees, it already is mentioned in the article "Geodesy of meridians", which is necessary to read for general understanding of the issue. Therefore, nonagon shifted on 5 and 10 degrees, most fully reflects this multiplicity.

Since the angles in the hexagram are also multiple to 5 and 10 degrees, we can consider several unique cases, meridians location related to the hexagram.

Let's start with the orientation. As you know, on the poles there are no cardinal directions and to orient the object we can only conditionally, having selected the reference point of any meridians. Currently, the function of the zero meridian performs the Greenwich- meridian. We will accept for a zero - meridian of the Great pyramid (GP) one, which is a true zero-meridian of the planet.

Having overlaped the axis of the hexagrams with GP -meridian we will see that the Lhasa- meridian is another axis of hexagrams, i.e.is away from Meridian of GP-meridian exactly on 60 degrees. And, as it be seen in the figure, the GP and Lhasa lie on the sides of the hexagram. This comes from the fact that both objects are located on the 30th latitude, which is the circle inscribed in the hexagram (see Geodesy of hexagrams").

Now, having turned the hexagram on 10 degrees clockwise, we will get the meridians of Teotihuacan and Tiwanaku, the angle between which is equal to 30 degrees with very high accuracy.

Having turned the hexagram on another 10 degrees in the same direction, i.e. on 20 degree from Meridian GP-meridian , we will get the meridians of Easter island and Uluru, the angle between them is 120 degrees with the error 0.4 of the degree.

Having turned the hexagram on another 2.5 degrees, i.e. on 22.5 degrees from GP-meridian we will get meridian of Non-Madol and Mohenjo-Daro, which are perpendicular to each other.

With a little less accuracy, but within one degree the meridian of Lalibela inscribes in this combination which is away from the meridian of Mohenjo-Daro on 29.1degrees.

Thus, the meridians of Non Madol and Mohenjo-Daro divide the equator evenly into 4 pieces, and 22.5 degrees is a half of 45degrees or ¼ 90 degrees.

Turn hexagram on 26 degrees clockwise from the Meridian GP gives the meridians of Solomon temple and Ushtogaysky square, the angle between which is equal to 30 degrees error is 9 hundredths of a degree.

Author:  GeoLines

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