pyramids around the globe
Exploring Geographic and Geometric Relationships Along a Line of Ancient Sites Around the World - Graham Hancock Official Website
The Great Pyramid is aligned with Machupicchu, the Nazca lines and Easter Island along a straight line around the center of the Earth, within a margin of error of less than one tenth of one degree of latitude. Other sites of ancient construction that are also within one tenth of one degree of this line include: Perseopolis, the capital city of ancient Persia; Mohenjo Daro, and Petra. The Ancient Sumarian city of Ur and the temples at Angkor Wat are within one degree of latitude of this line.
Klaus Dona: The Hidden History of the Human Race
"The significance is that you can find pyramids all over the world on each continent. The question is when and who did build those pyramids? Why many of those pyramids all over the world are looking very, very similar? Another question is did there really exist a global civilisation? I think many of our researches are really telling us that once upon a long time, a global civilisation existed, but how many thousands of years ago we don't know." Klaus Dona
Borobudur - Magelang, Java, Indonesia / Borobudur, or Barabudur, is a 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist Temple. The monument consists of six square platforms topped by three circular platforms, and is decorated with 2,672 relief panels and 504 Buddha statues. A main dome, located at the center of the top platform, is surrounded by 72 Buddha statues seated inside a perforated stupa.
Dawning Golden Crystal Age
The newly discovered pyramid complex in central Bosnia is the most recently added archaeological site in Europe, and quite possibly one of the oldest monuments on the continent. The Bosnian Pyramid, or Visočica Hill, is the first confirmed pyramid to be discovered in Europe. The hill incorporates all of the classical elements of a true pyramid. The Bosnian Pyramid features a flat top, four perfectly shaped 45-degree slopes, four corners precisely oriented to the four cardinal...
Sudan, Ethiopia and Zimbabwe have more pyramids (225 pyramids in Sudan alone) then all of Egypt. There are remains of pyramids in South Africa, all the way along the Eastern and Northern parts of Africa & archeologists now believe that they may have found the remains of pyramids in West Africa
Parallel Pyramids Across The Pacific - Take note of the two twin pyramids, in particular, their similarities: The temples are strikingly similar, but the the Khmer and the Mayans were separated by the Pacific ocean, yet the Khmer’s Baksei (left) and the Mayan’s Temple of the Masks (right) are nearly identical. This is evidence of a deeper symmetry of religion, cultures, and traditions that are the same despite the vast distance separating the two cultures.
The Mayan ruins of Lamanai Belize once belonged to a sizable Mayan city in the Orange Walk District. "Lamanai" comes from the Maya term for "submerged crocodile", a nod to the toothy reptiles who live along the banks of the New River. Lamanai Belize jungle, which brims with exotic birds and hydrophilic iguanas. There is evidence on Mayan life that dates from about 1500 B.C. through Postclassic (A.D. 950-1544) and Spanish colonial times (A.D. 1544-1700)