Part 13. Directions to the Key Points of the SAMS. Orientations

In this part, we will look at combinations of symbols, which, with the help of angles of regular geometric figures, allow us to determine the directions to the key points of the System of Ancient Monumental Structures. This means that starting from the orientation or relative position of objects, using the corners of regular figures, one can get directions to the specific points of the SAMC.

One of the clearest examples is the orientation of the Ushtogai Square (US), one of the most important objects of the System, which is oriented towards Stonehenge. The angle between the direction at Stonehenge and the direction towards the Great Pyramid (GP), in Giza, is 53.94°, i.e. with an accuracy of 6 hundredths of a degree, it corresponds to the pentagram angle of 54°. Thus, simply by orienting the pentagram along the sides of the US (white arrows), one can get directions to two key SAMS objects at once — GP and Stonehenge. This combination is shown in the image below.

Another characteristic example, that we have already spoken of, is the Avenue of the Dead in Teotihuacan, which is most precisely oriented towards Mohenjo-Daro.

The image below shows another very interesting combination at the point of the Ming Tombs, which is located 40 km north of Beijing. One of the tombs is oriented along the azimuth close to 120°, which corresponds to the angle of the hexagram, oriented to the cardinal points.

The direction to Nan Madol at this point is 120.06°. I.e.. this azimuth, with an error of 0.06°, also corresponds to the angle of the hexagram. Thus, the tomb of the Ming dynasty is oriented to the most important point of the SAMS - Nan Madol.

Moreover, at this point, the direction for one more reference SAMS object - Samaipata, with an error of 0.09° corresponds to the direction to the North. This means that both objects - the Ming Tomb and Samaipata lie on the same meridian.

It is unlikely that such a combination of azimuths is accidental, especially since it is typical of so many monumental structures, both too ancient and not so much. Read more about the regularities associated with the location of specific objects in the "Mystery of the Third Planet" on the website GeoLines.ru.

The first studies in this direction showed that the orientations of some geoglyphs in the Sahara Desert and their relative positions also allow us to determine the direction to the key SAMS objects. Therefore, the local geoglyph system of the Sahara is part of the planetary navigation system with which it is connected directly through the arrangement of the symbols. This fact is another obvious proof of the existence of the System of ancient monumental structures on the Earth.

As mentioned above, one of the versions of such a connection is the direct orientation of the object to one of the key points of SAMS. The image on the left shows symbol SK 2714, which is directly oriented to the Great Pyramid of Giza.

The blue line in the picture connects the center of the geoglyph with the center of the Great Pyramid, and if it coincides with the orientation of the symbol or not, is for you to judge. The azimuth of this line is 71.84°, and with an accuracy of 0.16°, it corresponds to a pentagram angle of 72°. The size of geoglyph does not allow to measure the orientation with such accuracy. Therefore, one side of the straight passage can be oriented to the GP, and the other one can correspond to the angle of 72° and give the direction to the cardinal points.

Cases where the orientation of a geoglyph is directional to an object are far from single. Two more geoglyphs of SK type are shown below, oriented to another important SAMS object in Australia - Uluru. The orange lines connect the symbol centers to the center of the sacred mountain.

The image below shows geoglyph SK 339, one of the sides of which (azimuth 103.94°), is oriented towards Uluru. The second side of this symbol has azimuth 112.5° and corresponds to the angle of octagon oriented to the cardinal points. Thus, this is another case where one side is directional to the object, and the other side gives a binding to parts of the world.

Geoglyph SK 339. The direction to the Uluru.

The following shows symbol SK 2650, oriented on azimuth 103.94°. At this point, this is the direction to a SAMS reference object - Uluru.

Geoglyph SK 2650. The direction to the Uluru.

The image below shows symbol SK 2650, oriented to Uluru, and the adjacent symbol SK 2651. The direction from the center of SK 2651 to the center of SK 2650 corresponds to the angle of octagon 67.5°. Thus, again there are cardinal points and the direction to a key object.

Geoglyphs SK 2650 - SK 251.

In this case, the octagon scale was chosen in such a way that the circle describing the octagon passes through the center of symbol SK 2650. At the same time, the distance from the center of the symbol to its edge is equal to the distance from the side of the 8-gon to the circle, the line of the square in which Octagon inscribed, passes through the second center of symbol SK 2650.

Next, we consider two symbols of the SS type, the orientation of which allows using the hexagram angles to determine directions to the most important SAMS points - the Great Pyramid and the Easter Island (EI).

The image above shows symbol SS 1441, the orientation of which is close to the angle of 127°. The azimuth to the GP at this point is 67.2°. In order for the angle of the hexagram 60° to coincide with the azimuth to the GP, it must be rotated 7.2° clockwise. In this position, it can be clearly seen that the angle between the directions on the GP and the orientation of symbol SS 1441 is 60°.

Geoglyph SS 1441. The direction to the Great Pyramid.

The following image shows geoglyph SS 3050, the orientation of which also differs from the direction to Easter Island by 60°.

The azimuth to the Easter Island at this point is 250.96°. To have the angle of the hexagram coincide with the direction of the EI, one should rotate the hexagram10.96° clockwise.

Geoglyph SS 3050. The direction to the Easter island.

Some S symbols with direct rays also allow to determine the direction to the main SAMS objects. The images below show symbol S 1597, from the rays of which one can get the direction to the Great Pyramid.

In the 8th part, we have already considered this symbol, and found that the orientation of the northwestern beam corresponds to the pentagram angle of 144°/324°.

The azimuth to the GP in the center of the symbol is 64.4°. Turning the hexagram by 4.4° clockwise, we will combine it with the direction to the GP. At the same time, the direction of the southwestern beam also coincides with the line of the 6-gon. Therefore, the angle between the direction to the GP and the orientation of the southern part of the symbol corresponds to the hexagram angle of 150 symbol S 1597.

As already mentioned, the orientation of the northwestern beam is close to the pentagram angle of 324°. Now, thanks to the direction to the GP, we have found that the orientation of the southwestern beam is close to azimuth 214°. Thus, the angle between the beams of symbol S 1597 is close to the nonagon angle of 110°.

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Therefore, if we divide the circle by 10° starting with the beams of the geoglyph, we get the direction to the GP, which, together with the beams, divides the circle in a ratio of 150°: 110°: 100°. This combination is shown in the image above.

Another similar combination is shown below, when the angle between the orientation of the beam and the direction to the GP corresponds to the angle of the correct figure. In the center of the picture is a huge geoglyph - S 9664, the outlines of which are outlined in black.

They are quite readable, but due to the size of the symbol, at this scale, they are not visible without circling. The length of the northeastern beam, the end of which has a loop-like bend, is about 500 meters.

Geoglyph S 9664. The direction to the Great Pyramid.

The azimuth to the GP from the center of the geoglyph is 61.35°. In order for the nonagon angle to coincide with the direction of the GP, it must be rotated 1.35° clockwise. In this position, it is clearly seen that the angle between the directions to the GP (the blue line) and the northeast beam of symbol S 9664 is 20°.

Next, we consider some cases where the value of azimuth to a key SAMS object, from a particular geoglyph, corresponds to the corner of a regular geometric shape. The image below shows symbol SK 14, the orientation of which corresponds to the pentagram angle of 126, measured from the direction to the north.

Geoglyph SK 14. The direction to the Great Pyramid.

The direction to the Great Pyramid at this point has azimuth 72.02°. That is, it also corresponds to the pentagram angle, oriented to the cardinal points. Thus, in this case, from the orientation of the symbol, with the help of a pentagram, you can immediately get the cardinal directions and direction to the GP.

The image below shows symbol AS 37, similar to the remains of a square structure. It consists of a wide strip framed by a thin line. In the center is the marked center H-shaped, consisting of small points.

The southeast side of this symbol is oriented along the azimuth close to the corner of hexagram 30°.

The direction to Tiwanaku (the orange line) from symbol AS 37 is 239.99°, i.e. also corresponds to the hexagram angle, oriented to the cardinal points. Thus, the angle between the direction to Tiwanaku and the orientation of the south-east side is 30°.

The combination of geoglyph AS 37. The direction to Tiwanaku.
Geoglyph S 2998. The direction to Baalbek

The direction to Baalbek from symbol S 2998 has a value of 60°, and exactly corresponds to the hexagram angle, oriented to the cardinal points. If you superimpose a hexagram on the geoglyph, then you can see that the beams of this symbol also correspond to its angles.

The following picture shows symbol S 14543, in which the southeast beam is oriented according to the pentagram angle of 126°. The direction to Nan Madol from the center of this symbol has a value of 18° and also corresponds to the angle of the pentagram oriented north-south.

Geoglyph S 14543. The direction to Nan Madol

The image below shows symbol S 1630, the southeast beam of which is oriented according to the octagon angle of 157.5°. The direction to Nan Madol from the center of this symbol has a value of 45.03° and also corresponds to the angle of the octagon oriented north-south.

Geoglyph S 1630. The direction to Nan Madol

The next image shows an atypical symbol AS 39, which we have already considered, having some doubts about its belonging to geoglyphs. In favor of the idea that this object marks a specific point with certain properties, the following circumstance speaks:

The direction to Baalbek at this point has azimuth 72.01°, and to Teotihuacan - 288.01 °. Thus, these two directions do not simply correspond to the angles of the pentagram, oriented to the cardinal points, but are also symmetrical about the north-south axis.

Geoglyph AS 39. The direction to Nan Madol & Teotihuacan

In the System of Ancient Monumental Structures, Teotihuacan and Baalbek are interconnected by many regularities. For example, these two objects divide their Great Circle in the golden section with very high accuracy, as well as Tiwanaku with Baalbek. And these two lines are symmetric with respect to the Baalbek - Uluru line. As we remember, the azimuth from Uluru to Baalbek corresponds to the angle of the hexagram 300° with an error of 0.07°.

Below a few more examples are given where the direction from a specific geoglyph to a key SAMS object corresponds to the angle of a regular geometric figure oriented to the cardinal points.

Geoglyph S 266

The direction to Tiwanaku from symbol S 266 has azimuth 247.5°, and corresponds to the angle of octagon. The angle between the direction to Tiwanaku and the orientation of the southern beam, which is more than 370 m long, is 80°.

The direction to the Great Pyramid (the blue line) from SK 984 symbol has azimuth 72°, and corresponds to the pentagram angle. The azimuth to the center of the neighboring symbol (the white line) SK 983 is 126°, and also corresponds to the pentagram angle.

Geoglyph SК 984

The direction to the Great Pyramid from symbol S 1309 has an azimuth of 67.5°, and corresponds to the angle of the 8-gon.

Geoglyph S 1309

The direction to Angkor from symbol S 10115 has azimuth 67.51°, and corresponds to the angle of the 8-gon.

Geoglyph S 10115

The next image shows another giant geoglyph - S 3028. Its perimeter is more than 600 meters and its area is about 2500 m2. In the central part of the symbol there is a designated point.

Direction to Uluru (the orange line - 2) from this point is 104.85°. 10 km to the northeast, by the azimuth of 50.80° (the purple line - 1) there is another symbol SS 1198.

Thus, the angle between these two directions corresponds to the pentagram angle of 54°. If you combine the pentagram with the directions to these objects, you can see that the edge of the pentagon coincides with the orientation of the southern part of geoglyph S 3028.

Geoglyph – S 3028

The following image shows a combination of several symbols of SR type.

The largest of them - SR 14396, is located in the southwestern center of the intersection of the lines of the pentagram. The direction to the Great Pyramid from this symbol is 70.15°. It passes through the center of the pentagram and the center of a small symbol in the form of a point - SR 14397.

The direction to the next symbol - SR 14398 has a value of 124.15°. Therefore, the angle between the directions is 54° and corresponds to the angle of the pentagram, which is shown by the pink line.

From the eastern edge of symbol SR 14396 a thin white line shows the direction to the north, which is also the direction to the center of the large symbol S 14410, located in 2.8 km.

In this case, the pentagram is centered on the symbol SR 14397, and its scale is chosen so that the western intersection of the 3 lines falls on the center of the large circle of SR 14396. At this scale, the southeastern peak of the pentagram falls on the center of the SR 14398 point, with the circle circumscribed about the pentagram, also passing through symbol SR 14412.

Комбинация символа SR 14396.

The situation when two objects give direction to a SAMS reference point is typical not only for the entire System, but also for the Sahara’s geoglyphs. Moreover, in the Sahara, the directions to the objects are determined with very high accuracy, since almost all geoglyphs have clearly marked centers.

The images below show two more examples when the direction to a key object from the center of one symbol passes through the center of another symbol.

Direction S 12826 - S 12827 – Uluru. Azimuth 94.04°.

Direction S 13316 - S 13315 – Stonehenge. Azimuth 13.51°.
Direction S 13316 - S 13320 – Teotihuacan. Azimuth 287.13°.

In the next part, we will consider azimuth combinations to SAMS reference points, obtained from individual geoglyphs.

By clicking on the links you can see photos of some combinations.