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Exploring Geographic and Geometric Relationships Along a Line of Ancient Sites Around the World (cont)

PART 8 - EASTER ISLAND SYNCHRONICITY

The three volcanic peaks on Easter Island form an isosceles triangle with base angles of 36°. The relationship between the length of the base of this triangle and the lengths of the sides precisely expresses Φ:

1.95 x 1.618 = 3.16.

The Great Pyramid is 10,055 miles from the Southwestern volcano on Easter Island. A triangle formed by the great circle distances between Easter Island, the Great Pyramd, and the axis point for the line of ancient sites in S. E. Alaska, has the same angular dimensions as the triangle formed by the volcanic peaks on Easter Island, and also precisely expresses Φ:

6, 215 x 1.618 = 10,055

The large triangles in five pointed stars have these same angular dimensions, and express the same Ø relationship. All of the angles in five pointed stars, 36°, 72° and 108°, are numbers that have been associated with the precession of the equinoxes, as well as the internal designs of the Great Pyramid and other ancient sites around the world.

There are 72 major monuments at Angkor, 108 stone figures surround Angkor Thom, and the highest terraces of Angkor Thom house 72 Buddhas in latticework stupas.

The great circle distances between Angkor Thom, the ziggurat at Ur, and the axis point of the line of ancient sites, forms an isosceles triangle with base angles of 72°. The small triangles in five pointed stars have these same angular dimensions, also precisely expressing Ø:

3,841 x 1.618 = 6,215.

These relationships are also clearly demonstrated by the metric system, which is based on a distance of 10,000 kilometers from the North Pole to the Equator. The distance from Easter Island to the Great Pyramid is 16,180 kilometers and the distance from Ur to Angkor is 6,180 kilometers:

6,180 x 1.618 = 10,000.

10,000 x 1.618 = 16,180.