Publications HISTORICAL GEODESY 23.08.2012. SYSTEM OF ANCIENT MONUMENTAL STRUCTURES. GEODESY OF MERIDIANS. © GeoLines.ru
In previous publications «ORIENTATION OF TEMPLES IN THEBES AND VALLEY OF KINGS» and «SYSTEM OF ANCIENT MONUMENTAL STRUCTURES» some words were told that meridians and latitudes of some known ancient constructions have curious regularities in the arrangement relatively each other. So, the meridian of Great Pyramid (GP) is a symmetry axis perpendicular to the meridians of Tiwanaku and Uluru, and the meridian of Easter Island is an axis of symmetry of the meridians of Teotihuacan and Vera Island, and practically with identical values close to 10 degrees. Upon further study of the
characteristics of the location of the meridians most significant and
monumental buildings of antiquity revealed that most of them are
directly related and are a system similar to the modern geodetic system.
If the equator - a natural
baseline Latitude, it is equally obvious equivalent to the reference
longitude missing. In the II century AD.
e.
Ptolemy oriented own meridian with
the blessing of the islands (then called the Canary Islands), which, in
his view, is the westernmost point of the world's population.
In the Age of Discovery, followed
the discovery by Columbus in the New World in 1492, almost every state
to use its own meridian. That fact is little-known that when in 1884 at the International meridian conference in Washington the point through which will pass prime meridian , along with Grinvich was defined, for this right applied Paris and … A Great Pyramid in Giza. If then a zero meridian carried out through GP, everything would rise on the places.
Let's consider the orthogonal projection of Earth aligned across the North Pole in which a meridian of VP we will choose for an axis Y, and a perpendicular to it for an axis X. Since the perpendiculars to the meridians of Uluru (Uluru+90°) and Tiwanaku (Tiwanaku+90°) differs from GP meridian on 10 degrees (Tiwanaku+90° - íà 9.85°, Uluru+90° - exactly on 10), it will be symmetry axis fo them. Furthermore, the angle between the meridians of Tiwanaku and Teotihuacan is 30° (30.17°), and meridian of Easter Island differs from the meridian of Teotihuacan at 10° (10.5°). Thus, a fairly precise 10-degree scale of longitudes, which includes megaliths of Vera Island differs from the meridian of longitude of Easter Island also on 10° (10.6°). Now you can easily calculate the angles between any meridians that the illustrations are built according to the true values (without rounding) to within 0.1 degrees of the meridian, and postponed the GP. Visually angles are same, and to check we'll use the ancient geometric symbol - the hexagram. Since the hexagram gives multiple angles of 30 degrees, it breaks six sites for 3 couples. First - is the Great Pyramid and the Vera Island, which meridian to the meridian of the GP has the largest error is 1.1 degrees. The second pair - Teotihuacan and Tiwanaku. It's much more accurate and the deviation from the 30° at 0.17 degrees. The third pair - Easter Island and Uluru with a deviation of 120° - 0.4 degrees. In order to see the interaction of all the meridians let's combine all three images into one, which turned out hexagrams tops with an offset of 20 degrees. Meridians of two other known objects, Baalbeck è Ushtogay square divides two 10-degree sector by two. Baalbek sector divides between the meridians of the GP and Uluru 90° and Ushtogay square section between the meridians of Easter Island and the Vera Island. Now, when the angle between the meridians of Baalbek and Teotihuacan receive an equal 45-degrees, the two historical sites divide the circumference of the projection into eight equal parts and set octagon. With this 10-degree system connected three known object - namely, Stonehenge , Nan Madol, and Angkor. Meridians of these structures interact with "hexagram" meridians with another well-known geometric symbol - pentagram. The angle between the meridian of Easter Island and the meridian of Stonehenge is 72.4 degrees, ie pentagram, set up 0.4 degrees. It is only 44 km on the ground. The angle between the meridians Nan Madol and Angkor is 54.4 degrees. This means that in this case, the pentagram is set to within 0.4 degrees. Interestingly, the angle between the meridian and the meridian of the Great Pyramid of Angkor is also close to 72° and is equal to 72.7 degrees. Thus, we can say that all three sites - VP, Angkor and Nan Madol belong pentagram and are three of its vertices. The angle between the meridians and Baalbek. Easter is also close to the "pentagram" but with much less precision. The error in this case is 1.5 degrees. Besides between meridians of aforementioned historical constructions other, very interesting regularities connected with symmetry are found also. So the meridian of the Stonehendge is a symmetry axis for perpendiculars to Tiwanaku's meridians and the Ushtogaysky square which differs from it on 23 degrees. The Ushtogay square as you remember, has orientation to the Stonehendge. At about the same angle - 23.7 degrees, differs the meridians of Vera Island and Vatican (Ðèì) (Rome) from the meridian of Baalbek, for which it is the axis of symmetry. Interestingly, the angle between the meridians of Teotihuacan and Nazca also equals 23.7 degrees. In the following case the meridian Uluru is the axis of symmetry for the meridians of Angkor and Nan Madol, who are separated from it by 27.2 degrees. and Nan Madol, who are separated from it by 27.2 degrees. In this system, the meridians there are also other interesting points. For example, the angle between the meridians of Angkor and the Nazca desert is exactly 1 degree. So too is the angle between the meridians of the Temple of Solomon , and Baalbek. Most likely, the meridians of some other historical sites also have their own laws. In any case, the system in the location of the ancient monumental buildings, which, of course, there are calls for further study and reflection. © GeoLines.ru the content of this article is prohibited.
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