I don't remember when and where I hear, but I remember something like this: several pyramids in Egypt are aligned with pyramids in South America .

That is, in South America are several (if correctly remember, 3) pyramid located in one straight line, and in Egypt are also 3 pyramid located in one straight line, and these all 6 pyramid are also located in straight line.

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So, question is, is this true? I am searched, but not found

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  • Downvote for questions without evidence of preliminary research. The simplest first step would be to search for a map of all the pyramids in the world. – MCW Mar 19 '15 at 19:04
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    Yes, the pyramids have to be aligned this way otherwise the aliens would not be able to land their space ships. – Tyler Durden Mar 19 '15 at 19:20
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    @Tyler Durden, if this is not trolling, then this looks like good answer – Oto Shavadze Mar 19 '15 at 19:37
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    OP's question ends on a very existential note. – two sheds Mar 19 '15 at 19:55
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    On my opinion, pseudo-science is not within the scope of this list. – Alex Mar 19 '15 at 22:11

The three great pyramids of Giza are not in a straight line.

The two largest pyramids are arranged Northeast-Southwest of one another.

The 225-degree line of bearing through Giza (NE-SW) does not even pass through South America at all, much less through Peru. The yellow line below is this bearing:

sw of Giza

  • "The three great pyramids of Giza are not in a straight line." are your sure? scottcreighton.co.uk/GHMB-AOM/Giza-Diagonal-TCP.jpg ---------------- google.ru/maps/place/The+Great+Pyramid+at+Giza/… – Oto Shavadze Mar 19 '15 at 20:12
  • @OTARIKI It is true that the southeast corners of the pyramids are colinear, but mathematically speaking it the apex of a pyramid which is considered to be its center. Either way the bearing line does not go through Peru. – Tyler Durden Mar 19 '15 at 20:31
  • Tyler Durden - Yes, the bearing line does not go through Peru, on my picture red line is wrong, but bearing line does go somewhere in south brazil, uruguay, argentina or chile. – Oto Shavadze Mar 19 '15 at 20:41
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    @OTARIKI You may be using a map with the wrong projection. I have updated my answer to show the line of bearing southwest from Giza. – Tyler Durden Mar 19 '15 at 20:57

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