Celestial Alignment at Giza is Just the Beginning

The planetary alignment at Giza may have been exaggerated, that doesn’t mean Giza hasn’t a celestial connection. Each side of the Great Pyramid is aligned almost perfectly with the four directions – North, South, East and West – only out by .2 degrees. The sides also match the stars in Orion’s Belt.

Almost all the ancient structures that remain  have a celestial connection. Too numerous to mention them all, here are a few examples to get you pondering……

The Mayan site Chichen Itza has 364 steps on each side, add the platform on top and you have the 365 days of the year. At the Vernal and Autumnal equinox, the shadow of a serpent is cast on the steps of the North staircase.

In Ecuador an ancient obelisk was built with only one purpose. To cast a shadow on a stone wall at sunrise on Dec. 21, 2012. Since the Earth wobbles on its axis this date is the only time the shadow would be cast on the wall. Ponder this – the wall just happens to be constructed at the exact angle of the earth’s axis on that day.

This link is wonderful if you have been bitten by the ancient celestial bug and want to learn more. The illustration below is from the world-mysteries.com site.

http://www.world-mysteries.com/alignments/index.htm#World

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. The sites: Giza, Siwa, Tassili n’Ajjer, Paratoari, Ollantaytambo, Machupicchu, Nazca, Easter Island, Aneityum Island, Preah Vihear, Sukhothai, Pyay, Khajuraho, Mohenjo Daro, Persepolis, Ur, Petra  are shown clockwise from Giza on the equal azimuthal projection. below. The projection is centered on the axis point in southeastern Alaska. Distances to any location from the center of an equal azimuthal projection are equally scaled. Since all of the sites on the great circle alignment are equally distant from the axis point at one quarter of the circumference of the earth, the alignment forms a perfect circle halfway between the center and the outer edge of the projection.

 

3 thoughts on “Celestial Alignment at Giza is Just the Beginning

  1. Fascinating stuff indeed! I wonder, or even ponder, how accurate is the term “equally distant” ? Does the circle’s circumference exactly pass through all of the sites mentioned? More importantly, what is at the axis point in Southeastern Alaska? At the very least I would expect a small monument describing the point’s significance and maybe one of those signposts that show distances ( all the same!) and directions to all the sites listed.

  2. Wasn’t the axis knocked out of allignment 6.5 inches during the big quake in Japan last year? Would this affect the Ecuadoren obelisk allignment?

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