Let's start with orientation of pentagram to the cardinal points. In this position it with accuracy 0.23 * gives the direction to the sacred mountain Uluru, the latitude of which is directly connected to the Great Pyramid (GP).

At the same meridian Uluru is separated from the GP meridian on 100 degrees to the East. See. "GEODESY OF MERIDIANS.".

At the point of GP the direction to the South, with an error of 0.23 * is the direction to the Great Zimbabwe (BZ), the azimuth of which is equal to 180.24 *. Therefore, the angle between the directions to BZ and Uluru is exactly 72 *.

Now rotate pentagram on 12.5 degrees clockwise. In this position, we will find that the directions to Easter Island, Rapa Island and Lalibela settled according to the angles of pentagram. The azimuth of Rapa Island is the axis of symmetry.

The angle between the directions to the islands is equal to 35.03 *. Accuracy of course is great -0.97 *, but let's not forget that these are small islands in the vast Pacific Ocean.

The angle between azimuth of Easter Island and Lalibela is 108.69 *, the error is + 0.69 *.

Next, turn pentagram counter-clockwise Turning on 3.5, with an error of 0.12 * gives azimuth of Stonehenge, from which is spaced direction to Sigiriya on 35.49 *.

Between azimuths of Sigiriya and Angkor are 18.39 *, the error is + 0.39 *.

But between the directions to Stonehenge and Angkor are 54 degrees, with the error of -0.12 *.

Now turn pentagram on 8.6 * counter-clockwise i.e. almost in half of 18 *. In this position, we will get with a small error the direction to Mecca, to which is perpendicular the direction to Baalbek.

If we turned pentagram on 9 degrees we would get accurate azimuth of Nan Madol, but we get it with accuracy of 0.4 *.

The angle between azimuths of Nan Madol and Mecca is 72.56 *, the error is + 0.56 *. The angle between azimuths of Baalbek and Nan Madol is close to 18 * and is equal to 17.42*.

It is interesting that in the point of Mecca, pentagram oriented to the cardinal points, with accuracy of 0.03 gives azimuth of Nan Madol and with accuracy of + 0.37 * the direction to Easter Island. All three objects are on the same line.

This line interacts with the direction to the Great Pyramid according to the angle of octagon - 67.5 *.

Turning pentagram on15 degrees counter-clockwise we will get with the error of 0.47 * the direction to Teotihuacan, and with accuracy of 0.27 * the direction to Kailash.

If, for example, we turned pentagram on 14.5 degrees, we would get more accurate values, as the angle between the two directions is equal to 54.2 *, i.e. the error is only 0.2*.

This combination is interesting because both objects Teotihuacan and Kailash lie on the same meridian, which differs from meridian of GP on 100/80 degrees. See. Article "KAILAS AND SYSTEM OF PYRAMIDS."

Finally, another very interesting combination, which in the point of GP, with help of pentagram connects two Christian centers Jerusalem and Vatican, with a precise reference to the direction to Tiwanaku.

Turning pentagram on 28 * counter-clockwise we will get with the error of 0.08 the direction to Tiwanaku from which on 54 *, with an error -0.58 *, is spaced the direction to Vatican and on 18 *, with accuracy of + 0.2 * the direction to temple of Solomon.

It is interesting that in the point of Tiwanaku angle between the directions to GP and Vatican is 15.35 *, and with accuracy of + 0.35 * corresponds to the angle of hexagram.

In Vatican azimuths of Tiwanaku and temple of Solomon are symmetric relatively to the direction to Uluru and differ on 40 degrees.

In Jerusalem, the angle between the directions to GP and Tiwanaku is 18.58 * and with accuracy of + 0.58 * corresponds to the angle of pentagram.