Orientation of Latin-American Pyramids and Temples

  ABSTRACT The number of non-cardinally orientated temples and pyramids in Latin-America, from Mexico down to Peru, is often attributed to be the result of possible orientations to the magnetic pole. It is argued by several researchers (Fuson 1969, Carlson 1975, Klokočník, 2010) that structures could have been oriented by means of a lodestone compass…

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Ancient History

This menu item contains various in-depth articles, videos, scientific papers, and age determination of ancient structures such as pyramids, certain temples, and Nuraghes. Our research is rapidly expanding in all directions, revealing the most astounding evidence of humanity’s true antiquity. You can go to “Articles”, “Videos”, or “Published Papers” to obtain more clarity regarding our…

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Orientation of Pyramids to Former North Poles

  There are many ancient monuments and sites oriented to the current geographic pole, and this is called cardinal alignment or cardinal orientation. But what does it mean when more than 90% of the ancient monuments like pyramids and temples are not oriented to the current geographical pole? What is it that archaeologists and geologists…

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How Old Are Pyramids?

  New research proves that most pyramids, temples, and other important ancient structures around the world were built before catastrophic earth crust shifts. The orientation of many pyramids reveals former geographic poles. Their foundations appear to be very ancient. The proof that the correlations are not at all coincidental has been mathematically provided by us….

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Pyramids of China

Support our work and discover more:Become a Patron! Who built the pyramids of China? Historians and Archaeologists tell us it was the emperors who lived sometime between 500 BC and 1000 AD. That story appears to be false. Our mathematical keys that are found all over the globe scale show with certainties up to 99.999%…

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Why the Orientation of Pyramids Correlates with Ice Ages

  Orientation patterns of 1,200 important ancient pyramids and temples, randomly spread around the world, appear to correlate one on one with the temperature changes of the last series of glaciation cycles. Ancient sites left an astounding mathematical fingerprint of Homo sapiens’ building activities. The foundations of ancient monuments are originally hundreds of thousands of…

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