TEOTIHUACAN. OCTAGON. Orient octagon to the cardinal points. In this position, as we already know, the direction to the North will be direction to Kailash.
Turning hexagram on15.4 *, we have determined that the direction to Great Pyramid (GP) and Samaipata are perpendicular. Now, thanks to octagon, we see that this is true, and in the point of Teotihuacan, azimuths of Kailash, GP and Samaipata, are located multiply to 45 * from NorthSouth axis.
Direction to St. Petersburg, corresponds to the angle of octagon  22.5 * with the error of + 0.36 *, i.e. divides the angle between azimuths of Kailash (North) and the GP in half. On this circumstance we will stop in more detail.
Many researchers, scientists, archaeologists note some mysterious connection between Teotihuacan in North America and Tiwanaku South America. Coincidences begin with the names and end many actual data. If you look at these objects as the key points in a single system, then the most accurate definition will be "the twins and brothers." Indeed Teotihuacan and Tiwanaku unites with various ways many of laws, one of which we can see in this combination.
In several publications, we told about that Tiwanaku is equidistant from the North Pole (NP) and Great Pyramid in Giza, forming an equilateral triangle whose base is meridian of GP. Since St. Petersburg is located on the meridian of GP, exactly halfway between the St. Petersburg and Great Pyramid, the line Tiwanaku  St. Petersburg is the height of the triangle. See article "GEODESY OF ST.PETERSBURG". Thus, the line of Tiwanaku  St. Petersburg divides the angle between the direction to the North and azimuth of GP in half.
In the image above we see that in Teotihuacan the line Teotihuacan  St. Petersburg as well as in Tiwanaku, divides the angle between the direction to the North and azimuth of GP in half and in relation of octagon oriented to the cardinal points.
It is also interesting that in the point of Tiwanaku, the angle between azimuths of Teotihuacan and St. Petersburg is 72 * with an error of 0.05, i.e. is the angle of pentagram. The angle between the directions to Kailash and Samaipata also corresponds to pentagram.
It should also be noted that in the point of Samaipata, the angle between the St. Petersburg and GP corresponds to hexagram and close to 30 *. Furthermore, Samaipata is equidistant from the North Pole, St. Petersburg and Baalbek on the distance that in the angular expression is 108 *, i.e. corresponds to pentagram. See article "PENTAGRAM IN THE ARRANGEMENT OF SDMS KEY POINTS". Let's move to St. Petersburg. In the point of St. Petersburg the angle between the direction to GP and the direction to Teotihuacan also corresponds to octagon and close to 135 *. It turns out that in the spherical triangle St. Petersburg  GP  Teotihuacan, with peak in the point of GP, angles at the base correspond to the angles of octagon. And one more than the other exactly in 6 times. 22.5 x 6 = 135.
It is amazingly but in the point of St. Petersburg azimuths of Kailash and Samaipata also are located according to octagon.
So, when it became clear that in the point of Kailash, which is located on the meridian of Teotihuacan, the angle between directions to GP and St. Petersburg also corresponds to octagon and close to 45 *, it was perceived as a pattern.
