(ORDO NEWS) — Easter Island, the Egyptian pyramids, the Nazca lines in Peru, the temples of Angkor Wat… Imagine on a map a strange line connecting several important sites of the ancient world.
In fact, if key positions are marked on the globe, an almost perfect circle suddenly appears, promising a mystery still unsolved by archaeological research.
A list of the planet’s most famous cultural sites can be found on this mystical circle that crosses small islands, several continents, and even hints at the location of mysterious places.
In Africa, this line crosses the Tassili plateau in the Sahara desert, the pyramids in Egypt, continues along the rivers Tigris, Euphrates and Nile perhaps the three most important waterways of the ancient world.
Extend this line further and you will reach the ancient Persian capital of Persepolis, the ancient city of Mohenjo Daro, the temple of Ammon near the Siwa oasis, and the lost city of Petra, one of the seven new wonders of the Ancient World.
Following this path further, you will find the ancient Sumerian city of Ur, the temples of Angkor in Cambodia and Thailand, the Dead Sea, the Himalayas, the Qiangtang River in China and remember that the mysterious Atlantis existed.
It is amazing that this mystical line connects places, within an error of less than one tenth of a degree of latitude, with the center of this circle in southeast Alaska.
In his article “The Prehistoric Straightness of World Wonders,” Jim Allison describes in great detail many of the mathematical relationships found within this great circle and its connecting parts. He writes: “The alignment of these places with a horizontal circle is easy to notice on the globe of the Earth.
Aligning any two of these points on the horizon line will align all points on the ring. The computer programs of the world atlas also stretch this great circle into a circle around the earth.”
So what does this circle tell us? Many will say that these connections indicate that the ancients possessed knowledge that far exceeded our modern understanding of the knowledge that our ancestors could have.
Others point out that since the center of the circle is in Alaska, its alignment could indicate where the earth’s poles might have been before they settled into their present positions.
Theories and speculation aside, one common thread runs through all of these places, and that is the high degree of craftsmanship that distinguishes these images. Several places along this circle illustrate advanced technologies that modern scientific research is unable to explain.
The Egyptian pyramids, the city of Petra, the fortress of Ollantaytampo and other structures in this circle are marvels of engineering that continue to amaze and amaze humanity. We find a similar effect on the Nazca plateau.
These ancient images continue to baffle researchers as to how and why the natives of the pre-Columbian era made over 300 huge geoglyphs (drawings on the ground) on Peruvian soil.
Like the largest connecting circle, the images of monkeys, birds, spiders and other animals found in the famous Nazca lines can only be found at a considerable distance from the earth. Without modern flying machines, what was the purpose of ancient people in creating such huge images?
In the 1920s, amateur antiquarian Alfred Watkins discovered that sacred sites in England fell on a series of intersecting straight lines, which he called “ley lines.” When they were mapped, these stone circles, monuments and ancient settlement sites lined up along the lines that crossed the entire country.
Observations have led some people to suggest that these lines form a system of geomagnetic lines that the ancients followed when they determined the locations of various structures.
Just as the acupuncture meridians in the human body are used in Chinese medicine for acupuncture, people who study these lines insist that the Earth also has its own meridian system.
If the ancients used such a system for settlements, how did they determine where the lines ran? What if the position of the areas within this great circle seem to follow the influence of these mysterious geomagnetic lines, but on a larger scale?
Since the sections of the circle include several different cultures that did not have any contact with each other, it can be assumed that they were clearly included in a system that is beyond modern understanding.
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