THE NAZCA LINES – THE ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS. Part 2.

The reference frame can be constructed in different ways. We went the following way. We passed a conditional zero Meridian through Greenwich and got a conditional zero point on the equator, from which we started counting, and assigned each point on the planet its own unique name-coordinates. Now, knowing your coordinates, you can calculate the location of any other point with known coordinates.

Today, this capability requires enormous resources and constant maintenance of the entire infrastructure. Imagine what happens to navigation if the power goes out for at least a month.

This situation is unacceptable for a highly developed civilization that plans its activities for millennia. Ideally, the navigation system should be completely Autonomous, clear and perform its functions for as long as possible, regardless of anything.

In this case, the approach to implementing the reference system should be completely different.

For any planet, its terrain is as unique as a human face, and relatively stable for a long time. The actual terrain is the unique face of the planet. Therefore, if the terrain is digitized, which is no longer a problem, and superimposed on the digital frame of the planet (ball), you get a digital 3D model, exactly the same as in Google Earth (GE).

The only problem is how to link (combine) specific points on the Ground to the corresponding points on the digital frame. For this purpose, in strictly defined places, the key objects of the system were erected, which set the correct geometric framework of the planet. By observing these objects and knowing the principle of their location, you can build a 3D model of the planet and link it to a specific terrain.

As a result, you can easily move over the planet. On-Board systems will read the specific terrain under the aircraft and automatically link it to the digital model. It will look the same as in the flight simulator.

But for meaningful movement, you still need to know where on this digital model are specific objects of interest to you on Earth. In other words, you need to load another layer with the location of specific objects on the Earth's surface. For example, if you do not include the names of cities in GE, it will be very difficult to find the desired locality, especially a small one.

It is for this purpose that the Nazca desert with its geoglyphs is needed, which is nothing more than a flight map above the Earth's surface with the designation of all necessary objects and their binding to the key points of the SAMS.

It's like in a modern Navigator, when you arrive in another country or region, you download the corresponding map with the location of all the necessary objects (gas stations, hotels, banks, etc.), which is linked to the digital model that already exists in the Navigator.

In the case of Nazca geoglyphs, the situation is exactly the same. When you arrive on planet Earth, using key objects, you get a digital frame with a superimposed relief. By "downloading" Nazca geoglyphs, you get the location of all the necessary objects, with their binding to the digital model.

Now we need to say a little about the principles of implementing the reference system. The coordinate system created by us is not universal, it is understandable only to us, it is linked to objects known only to us, the location of which, again, is known only to us. Accordingly, only we can use our navigation system, and it is useless for everyone else. And just a hundred years ago, there was no coordinate system at all, and flights, according to sources, were a reality much earlier.

But back to the coordinate system. As already mentioned, we made a conditional zero Meridian, and all points on the planet got their names-coordinates. In ancient times, they did a little differently. Not only where, but in the geographical center of the Earth, at the 30th latitude, a point was built that marks the zero Meridian – the Great pyramid (GP).

Then, in geometrically correct places from this point, other key objects were built, which set the correct geometric framework. The difference is that we gave and give names to already existing objects, and in ancient times, the necessary points (names) were first defined, and then the necessary objects were built in them.

This approach required significant (in our opinion) initial costs, but gave a huge gain in reliability, simplicity and service life of the navigation system. As you know, even completely destroyed structures still retain their location and orientation, continuing to perform its main function.

It remains to find out what a geometric framework and the correct, in the geometric sense, places are.

For example, the 30th latitude divides the Meridian of the GP according to the angles of the hexagram. The same hexagram belongs to St. Petersburg with its megaliths and incredible structures, which is located at 60th latitude and almost on the Meridian of the GP.

As you know, for any reference system, the latitude values will always remain unchanged. Therefore, if you build an object exactly at a certain latitude corresponding to the angle of a regular geometric shape, then observing this object, you can geometrically link this latitude to the digital frame. For example, the 40th latitude (Hatussa) will correspond to the corner of the 9-gon, and the 54th (Badger log)-the corner of the pentagram.

If you divide the equator by 10 degrees, starting from the Meridian of the GP, i.e., in accordance with the angles of the 9-gon (nonagon), you can get the meridians of several other key points – Teotihuacan, Tiuanaco and Uluru. If you divide by 5 degrees, you get the meridians of Baalbek, Samaipata, and the Koguryo pyramids.

If, in accordance with the 10-degree division of the equator, you build lines that will come from it according to the angle of the pentagram-54 degrees, then, according to the laws of spherical geometry, they will intersect at strictly defined latitudes. The values of these latitudes can be calculated mathematically.

"Quite by chance" these latitudes turned out to be the latitudes of Nan Madola, Angkor, and Teotihuacan in the Northern hemisphere, and the latitudes of Tiuanaco and Sacsayuaman in the southern hemisphere. At the same time, the latitude of Saksayuaman is symmetrical to the latitude of Angkor relative to the equator.

By the way, the presence of a system in the location of ancient structures perfectly explains the cyclopean masonry of Sacsayhuaman. It was necessary to preserve the point, which is located on the top of the hill. To provide it, the base of the hill was strengthened with a powerful polygonal masonry, and the point remains unshakable to this day.

Thus, dividing the ball into equal parts using the correct geometric shapes makes it possible to build the correct geometric framework and create a digital model of it. If you build navigation objects at certain points in this framework, you will get a symmetrical reference system that is not tied to a specific zero Meridian, i.e., universal.

It is possible to list the geometric principles of the location of ancient structures for a long time, but this can not be done within the framework of this article. A whole section on our website is dedicated to this. Now the main thing to understand the main point is that the location of most ancient objects relative to each other is based on geometric principles based on the angles of regular geometric shapes, that is, on dividing the circle into equal parts. These principles will be universal and understandable to all users.

In the future, using various methods, you can link other points to the main frame of key objects, placing them also in certain places, or orienting them in a certain way. More information about the patterns associated with specific objects can be found in this section. But a little lower, we will still look at one real object and its navigation properties.