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Orientation of Pyramids to Former North Poles

The author proved a 100% mathematical correlation between orientation of ancient structures, ice ages and crustal displacements.

Orientation of Ancient Structures to Current (geo) North Pole

There are many ancient temples and pyramids oriented to the current North pole. Of the 280 selected structures 44 of them are exactly oriented to the current North pole. How coincidental is that? | Source
Tiwanaku is oriented to the current North pole under an angle of 359.8 degrees. There's much debate about Tiwanaku and who built it. | Source

Why Are Temples and Pyramids Cardinally Oriented?

There are many ancient structures, like pyramids and temples, around the world positioned in such a way that their footprint points precisely to the current North pole.

The majority of the temples and pyramids were built in the middle of nowhere.

Now what would you do when you've all the space to position a pyramid?

Unless you've no idea what you're doing, there's only one logical answer to that question - you would orient it to the geographical poles. Why?

When you want to study and predict solar cycles, moon cycles, solar eclipses, equinoxes, earth's motions (obliquity, precession, eccentricity of orbit), or any other phenomenon in the sky, you must point your instrument to the only sure point - the rotation axis of the earth. Which is the geographical North pole. If you don't do that you will introduce another variable into the equations, which makes them much harder to solve. Pyramid builders were no irrational people.

But besides this, it also appeared that many other structures of importance are oriented to the geographical North pole without a clear reason. Pure symmetry between sunrise and sunset might have been one of the reasons. We simply love the sun for many different reasons.

Earth crust shifts are real, and pyramids are much, much older. By using mathematics our real history reveals itself razor sharp

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How Mathematics Proves Our History is Wrongly Interpreted

What does it mean when the majority of the pyramids and temples are not oriented to the current North pole? How likely is it then that they were oriented to former North poles? This can be sorted out by using the power of mathematics.

In this series of articles I will prove that the former (geographic) North pole was on Greenland. The structures that are oriented to this former pole are therefore older than assumed by archaeologists.

Why?

Because these pyramids from all over the world were collectively oriented to another geographic pole. And that was a very long time ago. We are here not talking about some few thousand years. No, we are talking about hundreds of thousands of years. Yes, you read it correctly. The foundations (!) of most pyramids are older than 110,000 years. The top layers might have been renovated many times - the orientation was left intact.

The claim is extraordinary, the proof is extraordinary as well. The mathematics behind the proof is extremely powerful, and will be published in a book that is currently in the making under the title "Atlantis is Here". The title points to the fact that we are living in Atlantis right now. It's everywhere around us, but we fail to see it. Our consciousness is dramatically failing.

How Two Separate Bearings Can Intersect With Eachother

Two boats sailing a steady course will intersect at a certain point. We can calculate this intersection point. The same principle counts for pyramid alignments. | Source

Believe is Strong

Believe is strong. We believe that the history as it is taught to us is correct. Even when mathematics proves it is wrong, we tend to keep believing that the history as it is pounded in our brains is correct.

This is what we might call conditioning. A conditioned mind has troubles to interpret outcomes of mathematics that deviates from our believes. No matter how solid the proof is, we tend to fall back into our old believe of the trusty old thing. To get used to another idea takes time.

How Two Cardinally Oriented Pyramids Intersect at the Geo Pole

When two pyramids are pointing North, we can be sure they belong to the same time frame. We now know that this time frame is our current crustal position. | Source
Borobudur is probably the most accurate oriented temple in the world under an angle 359.99 to the current North pole, which is an amazing achievement. | Source

Temples and Pyramids Exactly Oriented to the Current North Pole

• Lintong +12 other structures in China (pink line)
• Borobudur on Central Java (dark blue line)
• Angkor Wat +12 other structures in Cambodia (yellow line)
• Konark Sun Temple in India (orange line)
• Sri Rangam temple +1 other structure in India (red line)
• Harappa in Pakistan (green line)
• Bar'am +2 other structures in Israel (white line)
• Giza in Egypt (green line)
• Tiwanaku in Bolivia (purple line)
• Naranjo in Quatemala +3 other structures in Mexico (light blue line)

Total: 44

The question is: What is the probability that 44 of the random selected global 297 (ancient) structures are exactly oriented to the current geo pole? To be precise: it is 1 to 71.4 billion.

Thus the orientation of these 44 temples and pyramids is done on purpose, and thus can we say with 100% certainty that the geo pole is where it is. We can extend this methodology to other ancient structures, and examine how they relate to eachother.

The Truth Has Been Found Mathematically

Angkor Wat is oriented within 0.2 degrees to the current North pole. | Source

Don't Pick Just Some Buildings

When you want to prove a theory of this magnitude, it makes no sense to pick just some structures. No, the structures you must pick must be monumental, big, ancient, and perhaps religious of nature. Don't pick just some random buildings, like the Notre Dame in Paris or some other cathedral somewhere.

But did you know that the Vatican is almost perfectly East-West oriented, and therefore oriented to the current geographic poles? Whatever the reason was, it seemed important enough to orient it this way in the middle of a crowded metropolis. The Vatican isn't on the list however. It's much too young.

Picking just some church in the middle of a town, proves nothing. The location of the sun and stars didn't matter for them, let alone the North pole. The church had to be fitted in the spatial possibilities of the city at that time.

The criteria of the ancient sites:

• ancient
• square or rectangular,
• the larger the better (= of more importance),
• preferably isolated (= not influenced in orientation),
• orientation is measurable.

First published: February 21, 2016

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Buildreps 18 months ago from Europe

Exactly, Deb. Guessing games are no longer necessary. We only need math to discover the true age of ancient civilizations. I don't pretend to be flawless with my approach, but I intend to show how we the public can do their own research, and not to be completely at the mercy of sects, which science has become.

• Deb Hirt 18 months ago from Stillwater, OK

I believe that with this information, we can discover the true age of the planet. No more guessing games allowed, even with the Bernoulli trials.

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Buildreps 19 months ago from Europe

That's absolutely correct, Jodah. There's no need to understand the mathematical equations to understand the concept as a whole. The equations and mathematics is there to show sceptics there's no way to get around this subject just easily by waving it away, like it's some new age nonsense. There's a serious problem in the core interpretations of geology and archaeology, where these disciplines seem to be completely oblivious about. That's worth to raise an eyebrow or two of the general public.

• John Hansen 19 months ago from Queensland Australia

Fascinating Buildreps. You lost me on all the mathematical equations and calculations but I understand the basic concept of determining the age of the different structures, pyramids etc by which Pole they were aligned with..the current or former North Pole.

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Buildreps 19 months ago from Europe

• Linda Crampton 19 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

There is so much to think about in your latest hubs. Thank you for a fascinating and very thought provoking article, Buildreps!

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Buildreps 19 months ago from Europe

There's a hinge as to when this happened, but that requires still much research. The first ideas is that it indeed is an interesting date, namely that it relates to glaciation cycles, and that occurs about once in every hundred thousand years. Thanks for the comment.

• Terry Harapiak 19 months ago

There is no mention as to when the Greenland pole intersections occurred, but I would bet it would be an interesting date.

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Buildreps 19 months ago from Europe

It is very remarkable indeed, Bill. And a very fascinating subject that caught me already about a year ago, and only now it's seeing daylight. Thank you for your loyalty, my friend.

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Buildreps 19 months ago from Europe

It is a difficult subject, emge. That might be the reason why it hasn't been exposed before. Thanks for the visit!

• Bill Holland 19 months ago from Olympia, WA

It really is remarkable, isn't it? Just a fascinating article, my friend. Thank you for sharing this with us.

• Madan 19 months ago from Abu Dhabi

Very interesting hub on a topic that looks difficult. Well presented