The Line Around Earth Connecting Ancient Sites
Great circles are straight lines that go all the way around the center of the earth. The equator is a great circle, as are meridians of longitude. If you were to draw circular band approx. one degree or 111 km wide, around the world in the particular direction of The Great Circle we are exploring here, you could connect an astonishing number of ancient ‘sacred sites.’ (The circumference of our globe is 40,000 km and, divided by 360° results in a degree being equal to 111km.)
Easter Island, Nazca, Ollantaytambo, and Giza are all aligned on this single Great Circle. Additional ancient sites that are located within one tenth of one degree of the central line (i.e. within our band) include Petra, Perseopolis, Sukothai and Anatom Island. Near Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu and Cuzco are within one quarter of a degree on the line - The Oracle at Siwa in the western Egyptian desert is also within one quarter of a degree. Halfway between Angkor Wat and the Great Pyramid along the Great Circle, in the Indus Valley, are the city of Mohenjo Daro and (to its East) the unexcavated city of Ganweriwala, both within one quarter of a degree. The ancient Sumerian city of Ur and Angkor temples in Cambodia and Thailand are within one degree of the central line of the Great Circle. The Angkor temple at Preah Vihear is within one quarter of a degree.
We find that in the Indus Valley and Easter Island, opposite each other on Earth, are two of the few ancient written languages of the world that remain undeciphered: the Indus Valley Script and Rongorongo - the written language of ancient Easter Island. The world’s first known written languages, Egyptian Hieroglyphics and Sumerian Cuneiform, were also developed along this line of ancient sites. The Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Brahman and Buddhist religions, as well as ancient Egyptian and Peruvian religions, were also developed along this Great Circle band. The line crosses over the source and the mouth of the Amazon, the mouth of the Nile, the mouth of the Tigris-Euphrates, the Indus River and the Bay of Bengal near the mouth of the Ganges.
I agree with this assertion by Drunvalo Melchizedek (only he refers to what I call 5th dimension as the 4th): “All the sacred sites on Earth, with a few exceptions, were planned on a fourth-dimensional level by higher consciousness, and by now most have third-dimensional counterparts connected to them – in other words, real buildings on real sites. However, there are still some very important sites that have only fourth-dimensional structures.” (The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life, Vol 1, p.118).
For more on the topic of lines that circle the Earth, see the article on my main website:
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