In this part, we consider combinations of azimuths, obtained at specific points, from a single geoglyph, or group of symbols. Objects were selected for study without a special system, mostly large or unusual, with a clearly visible reference point.

The two images below show a rather large symbol - S 14194, not far from which is symbol S 9983, located 2.2 km to the east. The direction to this symbol has an azimuth of 96.30° and is shown by the purple line.

Geoglyph S 14194. Direction to Samaipata and symbol S 9983

The yellow line shows the direction to Samaipata (azimuth 246.22°). The angle between the direction to Samaipata and the direction to the symbol S 9983 (the purple line) corresponds to the hexagram angle of 150°.

Thus, by observing both geoglyphs - S 14194 and S 9983 at the same time, using a hexagram, one can determine the direction to a key object of the System - Samaipata.
If we divide the circle by 10°, starting from the direction S 14194 - S 9983, we will get directions to one more important point of the SAMS - Baalbek.

The dark brown line shows the direction to Baalbek (azimuth 56.31°). The angle between the direction to Baalbek and the direction to the symbol S 9983 (azimuth 96.30°) corresponds to the nonagon angle of 40°.

Geoglyph S 14194. Direction to Samaipata and Baalbek

The following image shows symbol S 12781. The direction to Greater Zimbabwe (GZ) from this symbol has an azimuth of 135.06°, i.e. in practice, this is the exact direction to the southeast, or the diagonal of the square oriented to the cardinal points.

Geoglyph S 12781. Direction to Great Zimbabwe

The following is a combination of azimuths from S 12781 symbol to key objects of the SAMS corresponding to the angles of the pentagram oriented north-south.

Number 1 (the lilac line), shows an azimuth of 18° to the small island of Ponape with the famous Nan Madol located on it. Exactly to the island, not specifically to the structure. The error is a few kilometers.

Number 2 (the red line 180°) is the exact direction to the south, with the symbol S 10003, in 4.88 km.

Line 3 (golden color) indicates the direction to Samaipata, which corresponds to the angle of the pentagram 234°, measured from the direction to the North.

Line 4 (blue) has an azimuth of 288.01° and is the exact direction of the big pyramid in Mexico - El Cerito.

Combination of geoglyph S 12781

Next, we turn to symbol S 12625, the perimeter of which is more than 1 km, and to the objects surrounding it.
The direction to Baalbek at this point has an azimuth of 54.05°, and corresponds to the angle of the pentagram 54°.

Geoglyph S 12625. Direction to Baalbek

Below are two straight directions to Stonehenge and Angkor Wat, obtained using adjacent geoglyphs.

Geoglyph S 12625. Direction to Stonehenge

The direction to Stonehenge from the symbol S 12625 has an azimuth of 352.25°, and passes through the center of the neighboring symbol S 12627.

Geoglyph S 12625. The direction to Angkor Wat

The direction to Angkor Wat from the symbol S 12626 has an azimuth of 74.47°, and passes through the center of symbol S 12625.

The image below shows the direction to Tiwanaku from symbol S 12625, which has an azimuth of 248.92°. The direction to the adjacent symbol S 12624 has the value of 128.92°.

So, the angle between the directions on Tiwanaku and the symbol S 12624 corresponds to the angle of hexagram 120°.

Geoglyph S 12625. Direction to Tiwanaku

In the images below, the blue line shows the direction to the Great Pyramid (GP) (azimuth 58.53°). The purple line shows the direction to the Easter Island (EI) (azimuth 248.53°). The direction to the adjacent symbol S 12630 has an azimuth of 28.53° and is indicated by the yellow line. Like this:

Geoglyph S 12625. Direction to the Great Pyramid.

The angle between the direction to the GP and the direction to symbol S 12630 corresponds to the angle of the hexagram 30°.

If you divide the circle by 10°, starting from the real direction S 12625 - S 12630, then using nonagon, you can determine the direction to the Great Pyramid and Easter Island.

Geoglyph S 12625. Direction to the Great Pyramid & Easter island .

The next object is an atypical symbol AS 36 in the form of an equilateral triangle, with a sputnik-type geoglyph - S 12770 next to it.

The combination of the geoglyph AS 36

The direction to Baalbek (the dark-red line - 1) from the AS 36 point has an azimuth of 71.96°, i.e., with an error of 4 hundredths of a degree, corresponds to the angle of the pentagram 72°.

The green line - 2, has an azimuth of 89.99° and is the direction to the east, as well as the exact direction to Kaaba - the center of Mecca.

The purple line - 3, has an azimuth of 234.00° and is the exact direction to the square symbol AS 37, which we considered in the previous part. The distance to this object is 195.46 km.

The green line - 4, symmetrical to the direction to Baalbek about the north-south axis, has an azimuth of 288.01°, and is the direction to the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan.

Thus, all the four directions correspond to the angles of the pentagram oriented to the cardinal points. Such a place just had to be indicated. Moreover, as already mentioned, Teotihuacan and Baalbek are two coupled objects connected by a number of regularities. Here they are together again, and again the directions to these objects are symmetrical about the N-S axis.

In the next image, the blue line shows the direction to the Great Pyramid, the azimuth of which - 79.95° corresponds to the nonagon angle 80°, measured from the north direction.

Geoglyph S 12625. Direction to the Great Pyramid

The orientation of the south side of the triangle AS 36 coincides with the direction to one more important object of SAMS - Labella (azimuth 102.56°, the yellow line).

It is easy to calculate that the angle between the directions to the Great Pyramid and Labella corresponds to an octagon angle of 22.5°. (102.56 - 79.95 = 22.61) Thus, with the help of an octagon, the direction to the Great Pyramid can also be obtained from a side of the geoglyph. It is enough to combine the octagon with the south side of the triangle.

This combination is shown in the following image.

Geoglyph AS 36. Direction to the Great Pyramid & Lalibela

Next, we consider the group of symbols from AS 17 to AS 22, which, as we remember, consists of 6 separate rows of 6 crosses. We got acquainted with these objects when we considered atypical symbols. Then it was only known for sure about them that they were artificial objects created in a lifeless place.

Let's see what else can be said about these objects from the point of view of their relative position and orientation.

Firstly, two rows - AS 17 and AS 19 are oriented in azimuth 30°, which corresponds to the angle of the hexagram, oriented to the cardinal points.

The first satellite image below shows the orientation of the AS 17 row.

Group of crosses AS 17. Orientation 30°.

In the second image, in addition to the orientation of the row AS 19, the light green line shows the exact direction - 60°, to the 3rd cross of the symbol AS 21.

Group of crosses AS 19. Orientation 30°.

Secondly, the series of crosses AS 20 is oriented in azimuth of 22.5°, which corresponds to the angle of octagon counted from the direction to the north.

The lilac line corresponding to azimuth 292.5°, i.e. perpendicular to the orientation of the group, shows the direction to the 2nd cross of the group AS 17.

Group of crosses AS 20. Orientation 22.5°.

In addition, there are several directions from individual crosses in some rows to crosses in other rows, corresponding to the angles of regular figures. Below some examples are given.

Directions from AS 17 symbol corresponding to the angles of the 8-gon.

The direction from point AS 21-1 to point AS 22-2 corresponds to a pentagram angle of 72°, measured from the direction to the North.

The image below shows the group AS 19, which, as already mentioned, is oriented along the angle of hexagram 30°.

The direction to the Great Pyramid (еру blue line) from the first cross of this group has an azimuth of 80.01°, and corresponds to the angle of nonagon (9-gon), measured from the direction to the north.

Thus, if you divide a circle by 10°, starting from the orientation of the group, using nonagon, you can determine the cardinal points and the direction to the Great Pyramid, which differs from the orientation of the entire group by an angle of 50°.

In crude terms, the angle between the orientation of the entire group (30°) and the direction to the GP (80°) is 50°.

The light line shows the direction to the 3rd cross in the 21st row, the azimuth of which is 60.03°. Therefore, the angle between this direction and the direction to the GP is 20°.

Geoglyph SS 1236. direction to the Great Pyramid

Next, we consider a compactly located group of geoglyphs, consisting of several symbols that resemble remnants of buildings.

The image below shows the largest object AS 60, the long side of which coincides with the direction to Teotihuacan (azimuth of 287.20°). You are welcome to your opinion, but fact is fact, and this case is not the only one.

The orientation of the south-eastern side of symbol AS 60 has an azimuth close to 26.5°. The azimuth to Angkor at this point is 66.57°. Thus, the angle between the orientation of the side and the direction to Angkor is equal to the nonagon angle of 40°.

In the image below, the outline of the geoglyph is shown in white and the direction to Angkor is shown in red.

Near the southeastern side of a large rectangle there is a triangle - AS 61, with circles at the vertices. A little southwest, there is another similar triangle - AS 62.

The orientation of the north-western sides of both triangles is the same and corresponds to the angle of the hexagram 60°, measured from the direction to the north.

The line drawn from the angle of symbol AS 61 in azimuth 300° connects it with the angle of the neighboring rectangular symbol AS 47, which is not visible in this image.

In the images above, it is clearly seen that the large rectangle AS 60 has inside another small rectangle with a point in the center.

The satellite image below shows the direction from this point to the indicated center in the neighboring symbol AS 63, which is similar to a “star fortress” with bastions in the corners.

This direction (the yellow line) has an azimuth of 60°, and corresponds to the angle of the hexagram, measured from the direction to the north.

The blue line shows something like an expanding passage leading to symbol AS 63. In the wide part of the passage there is another small equilateral triangle.

From the three sides of the “star” symbol AS 63, which are perfectly visible, you can get directions to 4 key points of the SAMS - the Great Pyramid, Tiwanaku, Stonehenge and Uluru.
We start with the direction to Tiwanaku, which at this point has a value of 239.75°. It is marked with the orange line in the image below.

If you combine the direction to Tiwanaku with the angle of the pentagram, for which you need to rotate it 12.25° counterclockwise (252° - 12.25° = 239.75°), you can make sure that the angle between the south-west side of symbol AS 63 and the direction to Tiwanaku corresponds to the angle of pentagram 108°.

Geoglyph AS 63. Direction to Tiwanaku

We turn to the southeastern side. If you combine a hexagram with it, then after 30° counterclockwise, there will be the direction to Stonehenge and after 60° clockwise, there will be the direction to Uluru.

Thus, the direction to Stonehenge at this point (azimuth 13.50°) is almost perpendicular to the direction to Uluru (azimuth 103.75°). See the image below.

Geoglyph AS 63. Direction to Stonehehge & Uluru

The direction to the Great Pyramid from symbol AS 63 is 68.56°. The orientation of the northeastern side is close to azimuth 128.5°.

Thus, the angle between the direction to the GP and the orientation of the north-eastern side corresponds to the angle of hexagram 60°.

Geoglyph AS 63. The direction to the Great Pyramid

In order for the hexagram angle to coincide with the direction to the Great Pyramid, the 6-gon must be rotated 8.56° clockwise.