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Publications  AZIMUTHS HISTORICAL OBJECTS 13.05.2015. STONEHENGE. NONAGON.

# AZIMUTHS HISTORICAL OBJECTS

### STONEHENGE. NONAGON.

Turn nonagon on 3 * clockwise and other one on 12 * counter-clockwise. Thus, we will divide the circumference multiply to 5 *. On the left image a large angle is 15 * and small one is 5 *.

In this position it is clearly seen that azimuth of 11 facilities are located around Stonehenge multiply to 5 *.

Since the exact values of azimuths at this turn must end on 8.00* or 3.00 * you can determine easily the errors yourself.

However, we should not forget that we do not understand so far the true purpose of the system and do not know exactly how azimuths to be grouped. Therefore, the errors can be not errors, but as a result of interaction of individual azimuths, according to a certain algorithm.

When we rotated hexagram, we determined that the angle between the azimuths of St. Petersburg and the Temple of Solomon is close to 60 *. Now, thanks to nonagon, we see that the direction to Uluru divides this angle approximately in the ratio of 20/40 *.
If we turn nonagon on 15 * counter-clockwise, we will find that in Stonehenge, the angle between the direction to Easter island and azimuth of Lalibela is 40 * with accuracy of 0.03.

As it is known the area around Stonehenge megaliths abounds with megaliths, remnants of ancient burial mounds and other structures of unknown purpose. Such, in particular, are the broad lines -avenue, known as the Cursus, which are clearly visible today.

These lines are similar to the lines in Nazca desert, they also have a greater length and occupy the significant area. In England, these lines are called Ley lines and they have been studied for more than a hundred years. See article "Ley lines".

One of the biggest Cursus starts from Stonehenge and rests in a stone at the intersection of lines. This Cursus has azimuth exactly 50 * and therefore differs from the direction to Angkor on 20 *. If you combine nonagon with the line of Cursus, then with error of half a degree, you can easily determine the direction to Angkor.

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