The next symbol - S 10110 has a huge size. Its perimeter is almost 900 meters. In the image below, the outline of the geoglyph is shown in black.

The direction to Tiwanaku (the dark crimson line) at this point has an azimuth of 240.14°, and with an error of 14 hundredths of a degree, corresponds to the hexagram angle of 240°, measured from the direction to the North.

This combination is shown in the next image.

Geoglyph S 10110. The direction to Tiwanaku.

The direction to Nan Madol at the point S 10110 has a value of 18.04°, and with an error of 4 hundredths, corresponds to the pentagram angle of 18°, measured from the direction to the North.

In the image below the direction to Nan Madol is marked by the crimson line. The lilac line shows the direction to the pyramid in the Maya city - Yacatas Tzintzuntzan, which at this point has an azimuth of 288.03° and is perpendicular to the direction to Nan Madol.

Geoglyph S 10110. The direction to Nan Madol.

The next image shows a group of objects of the SR type, which are points arranged according to the angles of regular geometric shapes. In the center of the group is the symbol SR 6494, with which the octagon and the pentagram are aligned.

The image below shows a geoglyph in the form of a crescent - S 10667 and the surrounding symbols - points, with the directions between them also corresponding to the correct angles, measured from the direction to the north.

Next we consider another large geoglyph of the “UFO” subtype - S 1250, which has relatively straight beams, about 100 m long.

The direction to Easter Island (EI) from symbol S 1250 has an azimuth of 252°.00, and exactly corresponds to the angle of the pentagram, oriented to the cardinal points.

Geoglyph S 10110. The direction to Easter Island.

Orientation northeast bean of the geoglyph S 1250 close to azimuth 66.5°. The direction to Uluru at this point is 102.59°.

Geoglyph S 10110. The direction to Uluru.

So, the angle between the orientation of the northeast beam and the direction to Uluru corresponds to the pentagram angle of 36°.

In the above image the direction to Uluru is shown by the yellow line, and the pentagram is rotated 5.4° counterclockwise. 108° - 5.4° = 102.6°.

The orientation of the southeast beam of symbol S 1250 is close to an azimuth of 135° and corresponds to the octago nangle or the diagonal of a square, oriented to the cardinal points.

The direction to Tiwanaku at this point is 247.66°, and also corresponds to the angle of octagon (247.5°), measured from the direction to the north.

Геоглиф S Geoglyph 10110. The direction to Tiwanaku.

So, the angle between the orientation of the southeastern beam and the direction to Tiwanaku corresponds to the octagon angle of 112.5° measured from the direction to the north.

In this case, as well as in many others, each of the regularities mentioned, taken separately, of course, can be random. But all together, based on the same principles of construction, they represent a real fact, once again confirming the presence of the System in the location of ancient structures.

Another characteristic example is the direction to Tiwanaku, which can be obtained using the hexagram from symbol SR 14765 and two neighboring ones - SR 14764 and SR 14766. These geoglyphs are small cones with a hollow in the middle. Symbol SR 14765 is the largest one and has another circle around the cone.

The direction to Tiwanaku at point SR 14765 has an azimuth of 250.51°, i.e. half a degree different from the angle of nonagon oriented to the cardinal points. The direction to symbol SR 14764, shown in the image below by the green line, is 160.51°, and thus, perpendicular to the direction to Tiwanaku.

The direction to symbol SR 14766, shown in the image below by the pink line, has an azimuth of 280.51°, and differs from the direction to Tiwanaku by 30°. Thus, the angles between the directions correspond to the angles of the hexagram. To have the lines of the hexagram coincide with the directions to the objects, it must be rotated 10.51°.

Geoglyph SR 14764-66. The direction to Tiwanaku.

The next geoglyph is S 12904 and its surrounding objects. This crescent-shaped symbol is small, about 40 meters. It is surrounded by several points.

The direction between points that are in close proximity is the diagonal of a square, or an octagon, oriented to the cardinal points.

Геоглиф S 12904

In the following picture, the direction from the clearly marked center of symbol S 12904 in the form of a crescent to the third point corresponds to the angle of the pentagram 196°.
The direction to symbol S 12908, shown in the image below by the lilac line, also corresponds to the angle of the pentagram.

The white line shows the direction of west - east, which on the east side points to another point.

The scale of the pentagram is chosen so that the South-Eastern edge of the Pentagon connects the center of the Crescent S 12904 with the third point.

The image below shows another combination, which with the help of nonagon, connects symbol S 12908 with three adjacent points, marked in green.

The following image shows two typical geoglyphs in the form of circles — SR 14761 and SR 14762. The direction from the center of one circle to the center of the other coincides with the direction to the Great Pyramid (azimuth 66.59°).

In the image below, the line connects the center of the SR 14762 circle to the center of the Giza pyramid.

Geoglyphs SR 14761- 62. Direction to the Great Pyramid.

Next, we turn to a group of geoglyphs, which consists of 3 different-type symbols - S 2507, S 2506 and SK 2505 with designated centers.

In the image below, the green line shows the direction to Teotihuacan (azimuth 295.46°), which starts from the center of symbol S 2506 and passes through the center of the “satellit” type symbol S 2507.

Geoglyph S 2506. Direction to Teotihuacan.

The azimuth to Easter Island (EI) at S 2506 is 253.42°, and the direction to Uluru is 103.42°. Thus, the angle between these directions exactly corresponds to the angle of the hexagram 150°.

In the image below, the lilac line shows the direction to Easter Island, and the orange one - to Uluru. In order to have the directions coincide with angles of the hexagram, it must be rotated 16.58° counterclockwise. (120° - 16.58° = 103.42°)

In this case the line of the hexagram corresponding to the azimuth of 133.42° indicates the point inside the symbol SK 2505, next to the direct passage.

Geoglyph S 2506. The direction to Easter Island and Uluru.

With the help of the angles of nonagon, the direction to Easter Island and Uluru at point S 2506 can be obtained from the symbols SR 2525 and SK 2509 located nearby. The distance from S 2506 to SR 2525 is 406 meters, and the direction has an azimuth of 53.42°. In the image below it is shown with the blue line.

The distance to SK 2509 (the pink line) is 800 m, and the azimuth is 293.42 °. The direction to Easter Island is shown by the lilac line, and the direction to Uluru with an orange one.

Геоглиф S 2506. The direction to Easter Island and Uluru

Now let us return to the oval geoglyph AS 23 with the indicated center and an additional element adjoining in the northwestern part. If you maximize the image, you can see that this element consists of 2 L-shaped parts, facing each other, and a small point in the middle. See the image below.

And again, quite “accidentally” it turns out that of all possible directions, this point indicates the direction to Teotihuacan, which passes through it from the center of the symbol AS 23.

Geoglyph S 2506. The direction to Teotihuacan.

Next, consider another unique geoglyph - S 14410, which was discovered among the latest atypical objects, literally by chance. The shape of this object is rather vague and resemble in form a comma. Inside there is a clearly marked center in the form of a point, which was taken as a reference point.

To begin with, the direction to the center of the Medum Pyramid (the blue line) from S 14410 has an azimuth of exactly 72° and corresponds to the angle of the pentagram, oriented to the cardinal points. Moreover, the displacement of the line from the center, even at the angle of the pyramid, gives a value already with hundredths of degrees. Perhaps this circumstance partially clarifies the purpose of so many other pyramids.

Geoglyph S 2506. The direction to the Medum Pyramid.

The direction to Easter Island (EI) at this point is 253.64°. In the image below, it is shown with the lilac line. The direction to the EI is almost the opposite direction to Mohenjo-Daro (MD) - 73.88°.

This is not surprising, since the EI and MD points are practically opposite on the globe. The antipode of the EI is 200 km from MD. Therefore, at any point on the globe, the directions to these objects will be almost opposite.

What is surprising is that at point S 14410 the directions to the EI and MD are perpendicular to the direction to Stonehenge - the azimuth of 343.90°, which is shown in the image below, by the blue line. In the case of the direction to Mohenjo-Daro, the error is 2 hundredths of a degree.

But that's not all. The direction to Uluru at the point S 14410 has an azimuth of 103.90° and differs from the direction to Stonehenge exactly by the angle of the hexagram 150°. Thus, the angles between the directions to 4 SAMS key points are located at the point S 14410 according to the angles of the hexagram.

It remains only to tie the orientation of the hexagram to specific objects on the ground. Perhaps this role is played by the symbols SR 480 and SK 666, the directions to which also correspond to the angles of the hexagram. In the image above, these two directions are shown in green lines that are perpendicular to each other. The distance to the SR 480 is 48.43 km, the azimuth is 313.60°. The distance to SK 666 is 52.02 km, azimuth 223.59°.

In addition, there are several directions from S 14410 to nearby geoglyphs that correspond to the angles of regular geometric figures, measured from the direction to the north.

In this part, we considered only a small percentage of the total number of combinations of azimuths corresponding to the angles of regular geometric figures. All combinations are derived from specific geoglyphs, by the same type of reasoning. As it has turned out, the principles of the mutual arrangement of objects are characteristic not only of the SAMS structures, but also of the Sahara geoglyphs.

Just like many objects of the System, the Sahara geoglyphs allow to accurately determine the cardinal points and the direction to key SAMS points.

Obviously, we are dealing with a phenomenon of a very high order and a vast scale, with which only geoglyphs in the Nazca desert can be compared. The Nazca lines, located exactly in the golden section between the Easter Island and the Great Pyramid, most likely represent a general map of the entire System of ancient structures, since the directions of many lines correspond to real directions between specific objects on the Earth’s surface.

Moreover, these are not just separate lines, but whole combinations consisting of several lines that correspond to real azimuths at real points. More information about this can be found on the GeoLines.ru website, in the section dedicated to the Nazca lines.

Geoglyphs of the Sahara, most likely, also represent a local navigation system that allows one to navigate the monotonous terrain. First, the characteristic and unusual shape of a geoglyph is detected, then the indicated center is located, the binding to neighboring objects is performed, and then the necessary calculations are made, which determine the location in space.

Before giving a small summary of the results, a few words must be said about one more unique phenomenon - the Arabian geoglyphs, which, thanks to the geoglyphs of the Sahara, acquire a completely different meaning.