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THE PREHISTORIC ALIGNMENT OF WORLD WONDERS

OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITES A SECOND EASTER ISLAND ALIGNMENT

PART 10


A SECOND EASTER ISLAND ALIGNMENT A THIRD EASTER ISLAND ALIGNMENT  A FOURTH EASTER ISLAND ALIGNMENT A SECOND GREAT PYRAMID ALIGNMENT A THIRD GREAT PYRAMID ALIGNMENT A SECOND PERSEOPOLIS ALIGNMENT  A SECOND ANGKOR ALIGNMENT A SECOND NAZCA ALIGNMENT  A SECOND MACHUPICCHU ALIGNMENT A SECOND CHACO CANYON ALIGNMENT A SECOND PALENQUE ALIGNMENT CONVERGENT ALIGNMENTS CONVERGENT ALIGNMENTS - PART II THE AVENUE OF THE DEAD THE GOLDEN SECTION - PART II IN SEARCH OF ATLANTIS - PART II ©


 A SECOND EASTER ISLAND ALIGNMENT

JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITES

In Global Sacred Alignments, Terry Walsh diagrams several alignments of ancient sites on straight lines around the center of the earth, and mentions several others. He addresses the alignment of the Great Pyramid with Easter Island, Machupicchu and Persepolis, and he diagrams an alignment of Easter Island with Tiahuanaco, Luxor, Mohenjo Daro, Varanasi and Bandiagara, the ancient land of the Dogons. This second alignment also crosses over Dendera, Bodh Gaya and Mandalay.

The total circumference of this second alignment is 24,892 miles. The great circle distance from Easter Island to Tiahuanaco is 2,703 miles, 10.8% of the total circumference. The distance from Tiahuanaco to Bandiagara is 4,930 miles, 19.8%. The distance from Bandiagara to Luxor is 2,473 miles, 9.9%. The distance from Luxor to Easter Island’s antipodal point in the Indus Valley near Ganweriwali is 2,363 miles, 9.5%.

Because Easter Island, Machupicchu, the Great Pyramid, the Indus Valley and Angkor are also aligned at 10% intervals around the earth, there is a high coincidence of paired sites along these two alignments. In addition to the convergence of the two alignments at Easter Island and Mohenjo-Daro, Machupicchu is paired with Tiahuanaco and the Great Pyramid is paired with Luxor. If the pairing of these sites along these two alignments is not a coincidence, two good places to look for other ancient sites would be in the Sahara Desert, near the border between Mali and Mauritania, at 21° N, 7° 40' W, 2,488 miles southwest of the Great Pyramid, and in the shallow water of the South China Sea, just off the coast of Vietnam, at 18°43'N, 106°27'E, 2,488 miles southeast of Mohenjo-Daro.

The axis points of this great circle are 62°03'N, 124°40'W and 62°03'S, 55°20'E. The great circle crosses the equator at 34°40'W and 145°20'E. The upper latitudes are 27°57'N at 55°20'E and 27°57'S at 124°40'W.

 

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
Easter Island 27° 06' S 109° 20' W 0 miles
Tiahuanaco 16° 32' S 68° 42' W 0 miles
Dendera 26° 10' N 32° 39' E 5 miles
Mohenjo-Daro 27° 15' N 68° 17' E 5 miles
Varanasi 25° 17' N 82° 56' E 10 miles
Bodh Gaya 24° 42' N 84° 58' E 1 mile
Mandalay 22° 03' N 96° 08' E 10 miles

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Above: The zodiac that was carved on the ceiling of the temple at Dendera.

JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESAlthough the original temple at Dendera was built at the beginning of dynastic Egypt, it is believed that the temple was restored and the zodiac was carved almost 3,000 years later. In ancient Egypt, the hippopotamus represented the body of the constellation now known as Draco, and the bull's thigh represented the Big Dipper (Ursa Major). When the Dendera Zodiac is believed to have been carved (around 150 B.C.), the celestial north pole was above the Big Dipper, closer to Polaris than Thuban. The location of the center of the Dendera Zodiac suggests that it was carved much earlier or carved to represent a much earlier time, when the celestial north pole was close to Thuban, around the beginning of dynastic Egypt. It is also believed that the temple at Dendera was originally dedicated to the star god Sirius-Isis. Sirius is also central to the religious beliefs of the ancient Dogon tribe that still inhabits the Bandiagara escarpment in Mali. In 1862 it was discovered by modern science that Sirius is orbited by a white-dwarf companion star, invisible to the naked eye. The ancient religious beliefs of the Dogons, handed down to the present day, as well as ancient Egyptian writings, both suggest a much earlier awareness of this dual nature of the Sirius star system.

 Below: Northern constellations and center of Dendera zodiac.

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JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESA THIRD EASTER ISLAND ALIGNMENT

Another great circle alignment of sacred sites diagramed by Terry Walsh includes Easter Island, Fatima, Filitosa, Rome, Mohenjo Daro and Bali. Constantinople, Hattusas, Van and Mehrgarh are also on this alignment.

The axis points of this great circle are 48°07'S, 15°23'E and 48°07'N, 164°37'W. The great circle crosses the equator at 105°23'E and 74°37'W.  The upper latitudes are 41°53'N at 15°23'E and 41°53'S at 164°37'W.

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
Easter Island 27° 06' S 109° 20' W 0 miles
Fatima 39° 37' N 8° 39' W 15 miles
Filitosa 41° 42' N 8° 51' E 0 miles
Rome 41° 53' N 12° 30' E 0 miles
Constantinople 41° 01' N 29° 01' E 0 miles
Hattusas 40° 01' N 34° 36' E 11 miles
Van 38° 30' N 43° 22' E 5 miles
Mehrgarh 29° 30' N 67° 40' E 25 miles
Bali 8° 10' S 114° 38' E 0 miles

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JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESA FOURTH EASTER ISLAND ALIGNMENT

Easter Island is aligned with Napata at the base of Gebel Barkal mountain; Mecca; Mohenjo Daro; Agra; Kathmandu; Pohnpei; Tahiti and the coral ring islands of Bora Bora and Huahani.

 

 

 Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas

The axis points of this great circle are 62°34'N, 98°30'W and 62°34'S, 81°30'E. The great circle crosses the equator at 8°30'W and 171°30'E. The upper latitudes are 17°26'S at 98°30'W and 17°26'N at 81°30'E.

 

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
Easter Island 27° 07' S 109° 48' W 7 miles
Napata 18° 32' N 31° 47' E 1 mile
Mecca 21° 26' N 39° 53' E 1 mile
Mohenjodaro 27° 15' N 68° 17' E 14 miles
Agra 27° 10' N 77° 58' E 18 miles
Kathmandu 27° 43' N 85° 17' E 7 miles
Mount Everest 27° 58' N 86° 56' E 28 miles
Pohnpei 6° 56' N 158° 09' E 0 miles
Bora Bora 16° 31' S 151° 44' W 57 miles
Huahane 16° 41' S 151° 00' W 64 miles
Tahiti 17° 38' S 149° 29' W 40 miles

 

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JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESA SECOND GREAT PYRAMID ALIGNMENT

The Great Pyramid is aligned with the Temple Mount in Jerusalem; the Great Wall of China; the Chinese city of Xian, site of the terracotta soldiers, the unexcavated tomb of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China, and numerous other pyramids and burial mounds; and the underwater ruins of Nan Madol that surround Pohnpei Island.

 Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas 

The axis points of this great circle are 50°40'N, 103°30'W and 50°40'S, 72°30'E. The great circle crosses the equator at 13°30'W and 162°30'E. The upper latitudes are 29°20'N at 72°30'E and 29°20'S at 103°30'W.

 

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
The Great Pyramid 29° 59' N 31° 09' E 2 miles
Jerusalem 31° 44' N 35° 13' E 2 miles
Xian 34° 22' N 109° 00' E 21 miles
Pohnpei 6° 56' N 158° 09' E 1 mile

 

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JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESA THIRD GREAT PYRAMID ALIGNMENT

The Great Pyramid is aligned with La Quemada, Poverty Point, Serpent Mound, Brittany, Rome, Alexandria, Mecca and Marib.

 

 

 

 

Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas

The axis points of this great circle are 38°16'S, 31°44'W and 38°16'N, 148°16'E. The great circle crosses the equator at 121°44'W and 58°16'E. The upper latitudes are 51°44'N at 31°44'W and 51°44'S at 148°16'E.

 

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
La Quemada 22° 25' N 102° 49' W 6 miles
Poverty Point 32° 42' N 91° 17' W 0 miles
Serpent Mound 38° 56' N 83° 16' W 30 miles
Brittany 48° 23' N 4° 30' W 0 miles
Rome 41° 53' N 12° 30' E 20 miles
Alexandria 31° 12' N 29° 52' E 8 miles
Giza 29° 59' N 31° 09' E 0 miles
Mecca 21° 26' N 39° 53' E 15 miles
Marib 15° 26' N 45° 20' E 20 miles

 

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 JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESA SECOND PERSEPOLIS ALIGNMENT

Persepolis is aligned with the ancient Sumarian/Babylonian/Assyrian center at Nippur; Baalbek and the ancient Phoenician city of Byblos; the ancient cities of Palaikastro and Knossos on the Island Of Crete; the Island of Malta; the North African site of ancient Roman construction at Volubilis; and the Incan and Pre-Incan fortress, temples and astronomical observatories at Ingapirca.

 Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas

The axis points of this great circle are 54°05'N, 165°20'W and 54°05'S, 14°40'E. The great circle crosses the equator at 75°20'W and 104°40'E. The upper latitudes are 35°55'S at 165°20'W and 35°55'N at 14°40'E.

 

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
Ingapirca 2° 31' S 78° 49' W 6 miles
Volubilis 34° 51' N 5° 33' W 11 miles
Malta 35° 53' N 14° 31' E 0 miles
Knossos 35° 17' N 25° 09' E 13 miles
Palaikastro 35° 14' N 26° 16' E 12 miles
Byblos 34° 08' N 35° 38' E 0 miles
Baalbek 34° 00' N 36° 13' E 2 miles
Nippur 32° 05' N 45° 10' E 3 miles
Persepolis 29° 50' N 52° 52' E 7 miles

 

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 JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESA SECOND ANGKOR ALIGNMENT

The Candelabra at Paracus is aligned with Newgrange, Castlerigg, Scandanavian stone shipsetting sites in Denmark, Sweeden and Gotland, Zagorsk, Llasha, Phimai, Angkor Wat and Uluru.

 

 

 Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas

The axis points of this great circle are 32°40'N, 157°18'W and 32°40'S, 22°42'E . The great circle crosses the equator at 67°18'W and 112°42'E. The upper latitudes are 57°20'S at 157°18'W and 57°20'N at 22°42'E.

 

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
Paracus 13° 34' S 76° 12' W 0 miles
Newgrange 53° 42' N 6° 29' W 0 miles
Castlerigg 54° 36' N 3° 06' W 4 miles
Gotland 57° 15' N 18° 10' E 0 miles
Zagorsk 56° 17' N 38° 07' E 5 miles
Llasha 29° 44' N 91° 12' E 0 miles
Phimai 15° 13' N 102° 50' E 10 miles
Angkor Wat 13° 28' N 103° 53' E 0 miles
Uluru 25° 22' S 131° 03' E 35 miles

 

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JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESA SECOND NAZCA ALIGNMENT

The antipodal locations of Nazca and Angkor are aligned with the very nearly antipodal locations of Hawaii and the ruins of Great Zimbabwe at Khami; the sanctuary at My Son along the coast of Vietnam; and the ruins of the ancient megalithic city of Tiahuanaco, on the shore of Lake Titicaca in South America.

 

 Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas

The axis points of this great circle are 63°21'N, 15°W and 63°21'S, 165°E. The great circle crosses the equator at 105°W and 75°E. The upper latitudes are 26°39'S at 15°W and 26°39'N at 165°W.

 

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
Nazca 14° 42' S 75° 06' W 44 miles
Tiahuanaco 16° 32'S 68° 42' W 0 miles
Khami 20° 08' S 28° 35' E 0 miles
Great Zimbabwe 20° 05' S 30° 45' E 40 miles
Angkor Wat 13° 28' N 103° 53' E 10 miles
Preah Vihear 14° 24'N 104° 40' E 23 miles
My Son 15° 39' N 108° 15' E 2 miles
Oahu 22° 11' N 159° 27' W 15 miles

 

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 JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESA SECOND MACHUPICCHU ALIGNMENT

Machupicchu, Ollantaytambo, Saqsaywaman and Cusco are aligned with Ingapirca; Tazumal, Mixco Viejo, Bonampak, Palenque, and La Venta; Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde.

 

 

 

Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas

 

This alignment also crosses over the source of the Amazon River; the mouth of the Parana River at Buenos Aires; the mouth of the Mekong River at Oc-Eo; the mouth of the Xi river at Macau; the mouth of the Yangtze River at Shanghai; and the mouth of the Rio Grande River at Matamoros.

The axis points of this great circle are 31°50'S, 170°40'W and 31°50'N, 9°20'E. The great circle crosses the equator at 80°40'W and 99°20'E. The upper latitudes are 58°10'N at 170°40'W and 58°10'S at 9°20'E.

 

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
Cusco 13° 31' S 71° 59' W 14 miles
Ollantaytambo 13° 15' S 72° 16' W 8 miles
Machupicchu 13° 06' S 72° 35' W 1 miles
Ingapirca 2° 31' S 78° 49' W 24 miles
Tazumal 13° 59' N 89° 33' W 9 miles
Mixco Viejo 14° 58' N 90° 32' W 8 miles
Bonampak 16° 52' N 91° 15' W 22 miles
Palenque 17° 32' N 91° 58' W 1 mile
La Venta 18° 00' N 92° 55' W 25 miles
Chaco Canyon 36° 03' N 107° 59' W 12 miles
Mesa Verde 37° 09' N 108° 31' W 0 miles
Shanghai 31° 14' N 121° 27' E 7 miles
Oc-Eo 10° 01' N 105° 06' E 34 miles

 

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JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESA SECOND CHACO CANYON ALIGNMENT

Chaco Canyon is aligned with the Cahokia Mounds; the Newark Earthworks; the ruins of ancient cities of Audaghast and Kumbi-Saleh in Mauritania; the sacred city of Djenne in Mali; and Meteor Crater, Arizona.

 

 

 

Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas 

The axis points of this great circle are 49°53'S, 77°37'W and 49°53'N, 102°23'E. The great circle crosses the equator at 167°37'W and 12°23'E. The upper latitudes are 40°7'N at 77°37'W and 40°7'S at 102°23'E.

 

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
Arisona Meteor Crater 35° 00' S 111° 01' W 5 miles
Chaco Canyon 36° 03' N 107° 59' W 0 miles
Cahokia 39° 00' N 89° 40' W 25 miles
Newark 40° 02' N 82° 26' W 0 miles
Audaghast 17° 45' N 10° 25' W 10 miles
Kumbi-Saleh 16° 00' N 8° 00' W 15 miles
Djenne 13° 54' N 4° 25' W 10 miles

 

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 JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESA SECOND PALENQUE ALIGNMENT

In Global Sacred Alignments, Terry Walsh diagrams the alignment of Palenque with Bimini, Fatima, Luxor, Mecca and the Tongariro World Heritage site in New Zealand. Abydos, the Valley of the Kings, Siwa, Lake Taupo and Coba are also on this alignment.

 

 

Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas

 The axis points of this great circle are 49°09'S, 23°24'W and 49°09'N, 156°36'E. The great circle crosses the equator at 113°24'W and 66°36'E. The upper latitudes are 40°51'N at 23°24'W and 40°51'S at 156°36'E.

 

Links: Latitude Longitude To Great Circle
Palenque 17° 32' N 91° 58' W 0 miles
Coba 20° 31' N 87° 39' W 3 miles
Bimini 25° 46' N 79° 15' W 2 miles
Siwa 29° 14' N 25° 31' E 20 miles
Abydos 26° 11' N 31° 55' E 5 miles
Luxor 25° 43' N 32° 35' E 4 miles
Mecca 21° 26' N 39° 53' E 6 miles
Tongariro 39° 17' S 175° 33' E 0 miles

 

The distance along this great circle from Luxor to Palenque is 7690 miles. This is the same as the great cirlce distance from Giza to Nazca, creating a terrestrial triangle with the same angular dimensions as the great pyramid and creating the same φ relationship along this alignmnet. The distance along this great circle from Coba to Tongariro is 7464 miles. This is the same as the distance from Giza to Ollantaytambo, creating a terrestrial triangle with the same angular dimensions as the second pyramid at Giza and creating the same π and φ relationships along this alignment.

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 JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESCONVERGENT ALIGNMENTS

Sites on convergent alignments include: Easter Island; Chaco Canyon; Palenque; Ingapirca; Nazca; Ollantaytambo; Tiahuanaco; Fatima; Bandiagara; Rome; Siwa; Giza; Luxor; Mecca; Perseopolis; Mohenjo-Daro; Angkor and Pohnpei.

 

 

 

Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas

JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESThe visual similarity between alignments of ancient sites around the world and the Nazca lines suggests that Nazca may be an ancient map of the alignments of world wonders. The following illustrations are 3-D representations of the alignments, centered on Mohenjo Daro and Easter Island. The alignments that do not cross over Mohenjo Daro and Easter Island are curved because the perspective of this 3-D illustration is not centered along those lines.

Images © On Top of the World

 

JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESThe following diagram is based on Maria Reiche's 30 year study of the Nazca lines. If the Nazca lines do portray alignments of world wonders, it appears that at least three locations of convergent alignments are diagrammed here, as well as additional single or multiple alignments.

 

 

 

 

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 JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESCONVERVENT ALIGNMENTS

PART II

Diagramed below are the three great circle alignments that include Mecca, and the four great circle alignments that include Easter Island and Mohenjo-Daro. Because one of the alignments includes all three sites, a total of six great circle alignments are shown. All of the intersections of these alignments that are above sea level are sites of historic or prehistoric world wonders. From left to right, the marked sites are Easter Island, Fatima, Rome, Siwa, Giza, Luxor, Mecca and Mohenjo-Daro.

Image © Cosmi 3-D World Atlas

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 JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESTHE WAY OF THE DEAD

The largest pyramid complex in the Americas is located Northeast of Mexico City, at Teotihaucan. The entire ancient city was built on a geometric grid anchored by a central avenue that begins at the Pyramid of the Moon. This avenue, also known as the Way of the Dead, points 15.5 West of due South, and 15.5 degrees East of due North. Extending the alignment of the Way of the Dead to the South, it comes very close to crossing directly over Easter Island. Although Easter Island is antipodal to the Indus Valley, it is more nearly antipodal to the unexcavated city of Ganweriwali than to Mohenjo Daro. Extending the alignment of the Way of the Dead to the North, over the polar regions and back down through Eurasia, it crosses directly over Mohenjo-Daro.

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JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESTHE GOLDEN SECTION

PART II

The Great Pyramid is in the center of the equidistant azimuthal projection above left, and the circle is 7,685 miles away. In addition to Nazca and Teotihuacan, several other major ancient sites in the Americas are very close to the alignment of this circle, including Tula and Cholula in the Valley of Mexico; Monte Alban and Mitla in Oaxaca; and Tucume, Chan Chan, Moche, Sechin, Caral, Marcahuasi, Pachacamac and Tambo Colorado along coastal Peru. This same circle is projected above right, from the perspective of the other axis point for this circle (the Great Pyramid's antipodal point in the South Pacific Ocean) and from there, the circle is 4,750 miles away. The ratio between the distance from every one of these sites to the Great Pyramid, and from every one of these sites to the antipodal point of the Great Pyramid, approximates φ within a margin of error of less than two tenths of one percent:

                                7,685 miles/4,750 miles = 1.618 (φ)

 

  Latitude Longitude Distance to Giza To Antipode
Tula 20° 03' N 99° 20' W 7,669 miles 4,766 miles
Teotihuacan 19° 40' N 98° 52' W 7,666 miles 4,769 miles
Cholula 19° 04' N 98° 18' W 7,669 miles 4,766 miles
Monte Alban 17° 01' N 96° 46' W 7,694 miles 4,741 miles
Mitla 16° 55' N 96° 24' W 7,680 miles 4,755 miles
Tucume 6° 30' S 79° 51' W 7,700 miles 4,735 miles
Chan Chan 8° 03' S 79° 00' W 7,700 miles 4,735 miles
Moche 8° 06' S 78° 56' W 7,695 miles 4,740 miles
Sechin 9° 26' S 78° 13' W 7,702 miles 4,733 miles
Caral 10° 54' S 77° 31' W 7,710 miles 4,725 miles
Marcahuasi 11° 46' S 76° 34' W 7,680 miles 4,745 miles
Pachacamac 12° 13' S 76° 52' W 7,710 miles 4,725 miles
Tambo Colorado 13° 38' S 75° 46' W 7,694 miles 4,741 miles
Nazca 14° 42' S 75° 06' W 7,685 miles 4,750 miles

 

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JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESIN SEARCH OF ATLANTIS

PART II

A circle drawn around 20°55'S 26°10'W with a great circle radius of 5,180 miles crosses over the Great Pyramid, Easter Island, Palenque, Dzibilchaltun, Stonehenge, the Acropolis, Thera and Palaikastro. The distance from the North Pole to 15° north latitude is also 5,180 miles. Thus, the circumference of this circle is the same as the circumference of the 15th parallels. Northwest of the Acropolis, Delphi and Dodona are close to the circle. Northwest of the Great Pyramid, the ancient capitals of Alexandria and Sais in Egypt are close to the circle. Several pyramids and other sites of ancient construction, including Saqqara, are south-south-east of the Great Pyramid and on or near this circle. A number of Mayan and Olmec sites between Palenque and Dzibilchitun on the Yucatan Peninsula are also close to this circle, including Uxmal and Edzna.

 

JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITESTiny Ilhas Martin Vaz, the last link in an old island chain running east from the coast of Brazil, is located at 20°28'S 28°51'W, just over two degrees west of 20°55'S 26°10'W. Ilhas de Trindade is the next to last island in the chain, located at 20°30'S 29°19'W. The British astronomer, Edmund Halley, once took over Trindade on behalf of the British Crown. Trindade is famous for a UFO sighting that was photographed in 1958. In addition to the two locations that were suggested as possible sites for the submerged island of Atlantis in A New Look at an Old Design, another good place to look is just East of Ilhas Martin Vaz, at 20°55'S 26°10'W.

JIM ALISON   OTHER GREAT CIRCLE ALIGNMENTS OF ANCIENT SITES

 

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Links: Latitude Longitude 20°55'S 26°10'W To Circle:
The Great Pyramid 29° 59' S 31° 09' E 5,175 miles 5 miles
Saqqara 29° 52' N 31° 13' E 5,175 miles 5 miles
Easter Island 27° 04' S 109° 22' W 5,182 miles 2 miles
Palenque 17° 32' N 91° 58' W 5,185 miles 5 miles
Edzna 19° 40' N 90° 15' W 5,165 miles 15 miles
Uxmal 20° 22' N 89° 46' W 5,162 miles 18 miles
Dzibilchaltun 21° 10' N 89° 38' W 5,172 miles 8 miles
Stonehenge 51° 08' N 1° 49' W 5,175 miles 5 miles
Dodona 39° 30' N 20° 50' W 5,165 miles 15 miles
Delphi 38° 29' N 22° 30' E 5,160 miles 20 miles
The Acropolis 37° 57' N 23° 42' E 5,185 miles 5 miles
Thera 36° 22' N 25° 22' E5,182 miles 2 miles
Palaikastro 35° 14' N 26° 16' E 5,186 miles 6 miles

 

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