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Publications  AZIMUTHS HISTORICAL OBJECTS 09.11.2014. ST. PETERSBURG. HEXAGRAM.

# AZIMUTHS HISTORICAL OBJECTS

#### ST. PETERSBURG. HEXAGRAM.

As we know, St. Petersburg is located almost on the meridian of the Great Pyramid (GP), but with the error a little more than a degree. Accordingly, the meridian of Great Zimbabwe, also lies close to the meridian GP, and is near the meridian of St. Petersburg, with the error 0.6

Therefore, if we turn the hexagram on 0.6 degree counterclockwise, we will obtain accurate azimuth to Great Zimbabwe, which as it turns out, in the point of St. Petersburg is perpendicular to the azimuth of Tiwanaku, with error of only 0.2

As it mentioned in the article "Geodesy of St. Petersburg." Palace Square has a very precise orientation to Nan Madol, which azimuth is equal to 53 degrees Therefore, if we rotate the hexagram on 7 degrees counter-clockwise we will obtain its exact orientation to this mysterious structure in the Pacific Ocean.

About how in St. Petersburg thanks to exact orientation of Palace Square lines to Nan Madol, without any tools, to determine the direction of the most mysterious structures of the planet see the article.

It is interesting that in the point of Nan Madol, thanks to the direction to St. Petersburg, it is possible to do the same thing.

Having turned hexagram on 11.3 degrees counter-clockwise we find another perpendicular directions.

Along with the St. Petersburg, Baalbek and Lalibela lie almost on one line to which direction to Stonehenge is perpendicular with the error 0.35

In the case of the angle between the azimuths Lalibela is 89.74 degrees (0.26) in the case of Baalbek angle is 89.39 degrees (0.61).

Then turn hexagram on 17 degrees counterclockwise, i.e. to the azimuth of Nan Madol add another 10 degrees.

In this position we get azimuth of Teotihuacan with the error of only 0.11 the distance to which from St. Petersburg is 10062 km or 90.4 degrees i.e.¼ of the Earth circumference.

Also in this position of hexagram it is clearly seen that the angle between the azimuths of Teotihuacan and Por Bajin is 60 degrees with an error. 0.38.

Having turned hexagram on 21 degrees counter-clockwise we see that the angle between the capitals of the two world religions Lhasa and the Vatican, is also close to 60 degrees with the error of 0.41

Finally, turning the hexagram on 4.5 degrees clockwise, we obtain very precise directions for two more key object SDMS - Uluru and Mohenjo-Daro.

The angle between these directions is 30 degrees with an error of 0.28

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