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Thu, Aug. 23rd, 2012, 02:17 pm

In previous publications «ORIENTATION OF TEMPLES IN THEBES AND VALLEY OF KINGS» and «SYSTEM OF ANCIENT MONUMENTAL STRUCTURES» some words were told that meridians and latitudes of some known ancient constructions have curious regularities in the arrangement relatively each other. So, the meridian of Great Pyramid (GP) is a symmetry axis perpendicular to the meridians of Tiwanaku and Uluru, and the meridian of Easter Island is an axis of symmetry of the meridians of Teotihuacan and Vera Island, and practically with identical values close to 10 degrees.

Upon further study of the characteristics of the location of the meridians most significant and monumental buildings of antiquity revealed that most of them are directly related and are a system similar to the modern geodetic system.

If the equator - a natural baseline Latitude, it is equally obvious equivalent to the reference longitude missing. In the II century AD. e. Ptolemy oriented own meridian with the blessing of the islands (then called the Canary Islands), which, in his view, is the westernmost point of the world's population. In the Age of Discovery, followed the discovery by Columbus in the New World in 1492, almost every state to use its own meridian.

That fact is little-known that when in 1884 at the International meridian conference in Washington the point through which will pass prime meridian along with Grinvich was defined, for this right applied Paris and … A Great Pyramid in Giza. If then a zero meridian carried out through GP, everything would rise on the places. More...

Thu, Aug. 23rd, 2012 02:05 pm (UTC)

Your diagram would suggest that the Great Pyramid and Vera Island lie on longitudes that are 30° apart.

Longitude of Lake Turgoyak (in which Vera Island sits) - 60.0667° E
Longitude of Great Pyramid - 31.1342° E

For a difference of more than a degree.

Did the Egyptians build the pyramid in the wrong spot?

Looking at the webpage, you mention longitude differences of 1, 5, 10, 20, 23, 23.7, 27.2, 30, 45, 72.4, 72.7. With that many options, it's not very interesting to find these 'coincidences', especially with the relatively small number of locations you're using.

I am not impressed. It is also a very simplistic system since it only takes longitude into account. Have you done any work with latitudes and spherical geometry?