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Teotihuacan Promenade points to Isle Royale the Sun pyramid aligns with Tyrona.tif


Neither the Teotihuacan Citadel nor its pyramids align geographically with the cardinal points. The promenade "Avenida de Los Muertos" The Avenue of the Dead, does not align with a celestial body or a cardinal point; it has a bearing of about 15.15degrees. Also, it has an unexpected layout; the larger pyramid of the Sun is set to the side of the main promenade, while the smaller one, the pyramid of the Moon heads up the arrangement.  Some have ventured as far as comparing the layout with that of a computer circuit board. For our study, the geographical alignment of the complex was the focus. Archaeologist Marquina (1951) believed the pyramid of the Sun, whose axis is perpendicular to the promenade was arranged so to face the sunset.  During the summer solstice on June 22, 2014 the sun's azimuth at sunrise was 65.07degrees, thus the sun illuminated the eastern diagonal side of the pyramid. In winter the sun sets at about 80degrees to the western side of the pyramid. 

Earlier, we had explained that lines drawn on either side of the Pyramid of the Sun, with a bearing of 106.14degrees, nearly perpendicular to the promenade, lead to northern Colombia where the two lines encompass the length of the steps at the Lost City of Tyrona. The alignment of the pyramid with Tyrona makes Tyrona's location geometrically related or dependent on the promenade and the pyramid's azimuth. Following the promenade's line southward around the globe to the south Indian Ocean, passes over northern Antarctica and reaches the South Indian Ocean plate.






The Indo Australian plate boundary runs east-west for about three thousand six hundred miles between Australia and Antarctica. Many of these deep ocean plate boundary lines have been reported by oceanographers and mapped with Google©. Conducting a close examination of the ocean with Google©, at an eye altitude of about 250 miles, we were able to see the ridge line. Intrigued by the South Indian Ocean (SIO) ridge line's very peculiar geometric pattern, we proceeded to trace it. Our tracings are similar to those reported but clearer than the computer generated ones.  We named this ridge line The Great South Indian Ocean Glyph (SIO Glyph). In this study, this was the first close encounter with geology and ridge lines. The layout of some sections of the glyph were reminiscent of lines we had seen with similar patterns elsewhere, somewhere on earth at another place: at Nasca.

At Nasca we had found line glyphs depicting the same graphic technique; a single line tracing, zigzagging, turning squarely side to side and eventually doubling back onto it returning to the beginning of the drawing. The graphic shown, is one of several similar glyphs found at Nasca (14.64degreesS. 75.06 degrees W), this one resembles the segment of the SIO Glyph we are referring to; the plate ridge line is found at 40.96degrees S 78.67degrees E.



Some Nazca glyphs mimmic ocean lines this shows a segment of the Indo Australian plate fault line.tif





JUNAPANI CIRCLES align to form a world map to archaeological sites similar to Nazca lines and other sites.tif


These circles are located at 21.199 degrees N 79.00 degrees E, and as mentioned earlier the circles are scattered but they follow a general direction; they follow the winter solstice circle of illumination, as shown in the graphic. The circle is the line shown going through circles 4, 16, 17 and 26. Also shown In the graphic is the direction of the sun at sunrise at the summer solstice (4,27,28,29).

The Junapani circles align reciprocally with: Callanish, the Medicine Wheel, the Sine circles, the El Infiernito phallic menhirs circle, Göbekli Tepe and Stonehenge; that is they point to each other with an alignment in the design of the structures within each site. For the other alignments shown in the graphic, although the direction of the alignment points to the location of the structure or citadel, a great circle drawn at the angle of the alignment reaches the location but does not align with any feature of the structure. Some of these alignments could be thought of as serendipitous, but, in some instances the alignment is confirmed by the multiplicity of structures at other archaeological sites that are found on the same path. This is the case of the alignment of circles (22, 19, 14) headed north over the North Pole and crossing over North America into México. Staring near the coast of the Golf of México the alignment finds the Citadel of El Tajin (20.447 degrees N 97.376 degrees W) crosses over two of its pyramids in the direction of its main alignment and continues southwest passing near the Pyramid of Yohualichán (20.062 degrees N 97.503 degrees W), then past the largest Mesoamerican Citadel of Cantona (19.552 degrees N 97.488 degrees W) and further south near the pyramid of Teteles (18.627 degrees N 97.717 degrees W).




The Senegal stone circles site is located northwest of the town of Sine (13.695 degrees N 15.535 degrees W). It is one of two sites about 44 miles from each other. The other site is in the town of Wassu. Both sites contain numerous circles, the total number is unknown some of the sites remain still unexplored. They differ in design; the Sine site -see graphic- shows how the circles are scattered in no particular design, although the general direction points northwest, the other site (the main known circles) are geometrically aligned.

The Sine site is fairly unique in design, it consists of many small circles in apparent disarray; the largest circle is nine meters in diameter.  There are other sites with similar layout; one is in Junapani in India, shown above, the other is in the Sajama desert. Junapani is similar in design and coincidentally has the same number of circles -or close to it. As shown above that design also follows a general direction. Sajama is vastly larger and its circles are not menhir arrangements but Kiva like structures easily confused with animal corrals. The circular structures are scattered over an area of over twenty thousand square kilometers vastly larger in size over the other two. These structures also appear to be in total disarray; however they also tend to align in one direction. The Sine Senegal circles roughly follow the summer solstice circle of illumination



The Sine Senegal stone circles show alignments in the direction of global archaeological sites.tif




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