Now that we have formed the most general idea of the Sahara geoglyphs, let us turn to the regularities that have been found in their mutual position and orientation.

But let us begin with a brief substantiation of the very need to search for such regularities. According to the work "The Secret of the Third Planet Earth", it is clear that the Earth has a System of Ancient Monumental Structures (SAMS), the key points of which are the most significant and mysterious structures of the past.

In short, the essence of the new reality is as follows: Ancient pyramids, temples, mounds, "tombs" and many other megalithic objects are located on the planet not randomly, but according to a certain system, in which the starting point is the Great Pyramid in Giza.

Other equally well-known constructions, such as Teotihuacan, Tiwanaku, Stonehenge, Baalbek, Angkor, Nan Madol, Easter Island, Uluru and some other objects located on different continents are also key points of the highest level in SAMS. Other objects of a lower level are attached to them, and thus, the network covers the entire planet.

At a minimum, SAMS is a navigation system that makes it possible to take bearings when flying over the planet. That is why the ancient buildings are so massive, that is why they are so precisely oriented and bridged astronomically.

The whole System is plotted on a plane in the Nazca Desert. With a very high probability, this is the solution to the mystery of geoglyphs. In short, points and centers are specific objects on Earth, and lines are the directions between them, assigned in a certain way.

The mutual arrangement of the objects of MS is based on mathematical relations and angles of regular geometric figures, which are nothing else but the division of a circle into a certain number of parts. In essence, it is spherical trigonometry on a rotating globe.

There are no coordinates in the System, there are only directions that are assigned by the mutual arrangement of the structures and individual elements, the layout, the orientation of the structures and the distances between them. Observing directly this or that object of the System, it is possible to determine the location of the other objects and the observer's own location on the globe.

The ancient buildings and complexes are data carriers, with a principle of operation very similar to that of a modern QR code, in which information is encoded using relative position of the squares and read by a scanner. Similarly, information can be read from the ancient structures, enabling the observer to determine his location in space.

If in the past someone flew over the planet, they simply could not do without a system of orientation, with any level of technology development. Without a reference system it is impossible to move intelligently in space. So, SAMS is the same kind of reference system as our coordinate system, but made a little differently. This system needs neither satellites, nor infrastructure; it does not require energy or maintenance; it is reliable and able to work for thousands of years.

If we succeed in deciphering the mathematical language of SAMS, then we can probably also use it as a reference system. For example, if the modern zero meridian did not pass through the Greenwich Observatory, but through the Great Pyramid, many regularities in the location of the ancient objects would become obvious.

The official historical science does not allow a different interpretation of the purpose of ancient structures of unknown origin, except in the sense of religious buildings. Hence, there are numerous temples, "tombs" and other burials. And no one is embarrassed by the impossibility of building a great many of the objects, even with the current level of technological development.

The version that the ancient structures may be navigational objects, integrated into a common network, causes certain skepticism even among many alternative researchers proving the existence of a highly organized civilization on our planet, , since in many ways it upsets even their ideas about the past of our civilization. Although the logic here is elementary: if someone flew over the planet - there should be a navigation system.

The phenomenon of the Sahara geoglyphs is unique in that it actually reduces all possible versions of their designation to one — they are not needed for anything else, but for orientation from a height, especially in such a quantity. There is no reason for such a colossal work done in such a lifeless place. But what the geoglyphs are simply necessary for is flights over the monotonous territory. Therefore, having discovered mathematical laws in the mutual arrangement of symbols and their connection with the key objects of the System of Ancient Structures, we will once again prove its existence.

Let's start with the orientation of individual geoglyphs, which allow to determine it. These are mainly SK symbols with a straight path running from the center and straight beams of the S symbols of the “satellite” subtype.

In this part we consider objects whose orientation corresponds to the corners of the hexagram, oriented to the cardinal points. This means that at the top of the hexagram is always the North - 0°, at the bottom - the South - 180°, on the sides, respectively, the East - 90° and the West - 270°.

A hexagram or another geometric figure, built in a graphic editor, oriented to the cardinal points, without distortion, is superimposed on the picture of a symbol, and if the orientation of the object is close to an angle of the hexagram, or another figure, it coincides with its lines. But how exact the coincidence is - it is up to your judgment. I.e., there is no forcing the data to fit the plotted points, the figure is just superimposed on the image of the symbol.

Of course, the orientation azimuth of an object can be measured manually, but the sizes of geoglyphs do not allow to do this quite accurately. But with the above method we have the exact angle, and we need only to see, if it coincides with the orientation of the symbol or not. But then, next we need to make sure that the orientations of a great many of geoglyphs correspond to the angles of regular geometric shapes, thereby confirming the general construction principles for the entire SAMS.

There is an interesting feature characteristic of the Nazca lines, which, while crossing the relief, turn out to be straight when viewed from above. Many of the Sahara geoglyphs are also located on the hillsides, but their orientation corresponds to the correct angles.

SK 181 geoglyph. Orientation 120°

The orientation of the straight part of symbol SK 181 corresponds to the angle of the hexagram 120°.

SK 38 symbol, orientation 120°

SK 468 symbol, orientation 120°.

SK 2154 symbol, orientation 120°.

SK 22 symbol, orientation 60°. This symbol is made in the hexagram proportions.

SK 434 symbol, orientation 120°.

Among the symbols of SK type, with the orientation corresponding to the angles of a hexagram, the angle of 120° obviously prevails. Thus, a great many of geoglyphs, being tens and sometimes hundreds of kilometers apart from each other, are oriented in one direction, parallel to each other. The same situation is observed with other geometric shapes. This fact once again stresses the integrity of the whole system.

Let us turn to the orientations of S type symbols, which correspond to the angles of a hexagram. Let's start with the "sputniks", which have direct beams.

The image below shows the already-familiar atypical symbol AS 36 in the form of an equilateral triangle, next to which geoglyph S 12770 of the "sputnik" subtype is located.

S 12770 symbol, orientation 150°.

The direction of the southeastern beam of S 12770 symbol is close to the azimuth of 150 ° and corresponds to the angle of a hexagram oriented to the cardinal points. In the image, the center of the hexagram is aligned with the center of the symbol.

The following space image shows a geoglyph of the “UFO” subtype.

S 1026 symbol.

S 274 symbol

The orientation of the northeast beam of the S 274 symbol of the UFO subtype corresponds to the hexagram angle of 60°. The orientation of the southeast beam corresponds to the angle of an 8-gon of 157.5°.

Геоглиф S 1350

Both beams of S 1350 symbol are oriented according to the hexagram angles of 60° and 150°, respectively. Therefore, they are perpendicular. In addition, the hexagram beam corresponding to a 120° angle passes through the point in the center of the geoglyph.

The next image shows S 959 symbol, the south side of which is straight. Its orientation is close to the azimuth of 120° and corresponds to the hexagram angle. The length of this side is about 100 m.

If you choose the right scale, you can make sure that the symbol, shapeless at the first glance, turns out to be proportionally inscribed in the corners and lines of a 6-gon. This feature is typical for many SAMS objects.

In the radius of 430 m to a little more than a kilometer from this symbol there are more than a dozen geoglyphs of SK and SR type. The directions from the centers of some objects to the center of the S 959 geoglyph also correspond to the angles of regular geometric shapes. And one symbol - SK 962 - lies exactly on the north-south line.

S 959 symbol.

Below there are two more symbols, with proportions corresponding to the proportions of a hexagram.

S 1543 geoglyph

In this image the beams of S 1543 symbol are oriented according to the hexagram angles of 60° and 120°. Accordingly, the angle between the beams of the symbol is equal to 60°.

The orientation of the southeastern beam of S 1586 symbol corresponds to the hexagram angle of 150°.

The space image below shows a group of S symbols, with 4 large geoglyphs among them sizing over 100 meters. The hexagram, oriented to the cardinal points, shows that the orientation of the three beams corresponds to its angles. The outlines of the geoglyphs are circled for better perception.

The group of symbols of S

In this part, we have considered only a few examples of the correspondence of object orientations to the angles of a hexagram oriented to the cardinal points. All of them, without any system, have been literally snatched out from the total mass of geoglyphs.

As new objects were discovered, some orientations were checked for compliance with the angles of regular shapes. Fairly quickly it became clear that there were a lot of such objects, and a lot of work on their cataloging was still ahead. Therefore, it should be borne in mind that the patterns shown in this and subsequent parts are only a small percentage of the total, allowing to get some idea of the orientations of individual symbols.

Below you can see another sample of orientation of the southeast beam of S 8777 symbol corresponding to the hexagram angle of 120°.

S 8777 symbol. Orientation 120°

In the next part, we are going to consider the orientation of symbols corresponding to the pentagram angles.