Everyone knows there are many ancient sites and monuments around the world. What you may not realize is that many of these are directly linked together in a grid.
A number of these sites, including very well studied and excavated sites like the great pyramids of Giza, still hide many mysteries. No one really knows how most of these were built, often using massive stone blocks cut so accurately that not even a piece of paper can be slipped between the blocks.
Most of the ancient sites and monuments are built upon ley lines, and these ley lines connect many of the famous sacred sites we know of today.
The question arises whether ancient cultures were more in tune with these energy vortices and thus built their monuments upon them, or whether they were directed by other highly advanced beings to do this.
Here are 9 sites around the world that are aligned almost perfectly that you can use Google Earth to verify. Most of these particular sites have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, i.e., sites that are of particular cultural or physical significance.
1. Easter Island:
We’re going to start off with Easter Island, which is home to the mysterious Moai statues, which were created around 800 years ago for reasons that still remain unknown. A total of 887 monolithic stone Moai statues have been counted.
2. Nazca Lines:
The Nazca Lines are mysterious giant glyphs carved into the ground in the Nazca Desert of Peru. They were thought to be built around 1600 years ago—no one knows why they are there as they can only be seen from the sky… Why would anyone do that when flight hadn’t been invented yet?
3. Machu Picchu:
Machu Piccu was built around 600 years ago at the height of the Incan Empire allegedly as a means to honor a “sacred landscape.” It’s a city literally built on top of a mountain by hand… with rocks sometimes weighing as much as 40 tons.
4. Tassili n’Ajjer
Tassili n’Ajjer is a range of mountains in Algeria in the Sahara Desert. It contains some 15,000 ancient cave drawings, some of which are up to 10,000 years old. Some of the carvings are a bit strange as well.
5. The Oasis at Siwa
The Oasis at Siwa is estimated to be around 4,600 years old… and many believe it could be much older. It is famous for being the home of the Oracle of Amun. Amun was an Egyptian Diety. Alexander the Great believed that his divinity was a result of his visit to this oracle.
6. The Pyramids of Giza
The Pyramids of Giza are estimated to have been constructed around 4,600 years ago.
Persepolis is the ancient capital of Persia. It was built around 2500 years ago.
8. Mohenjo Daro
Mohenjo Daro was built around 4,600 years ago. It is part of the ancient Indus Valley civilization. The name literally translates to the Mound of the Dead. It is thought to be one of the world’s earliest major urban settlements.
9. Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat was built around 1000 years ago, and was dedicated to the god Vishnu. According to a 13th century Chinese traveler, it was allegedly believed that the temple was constructed in only one night by an architect of divine power.
All 9 of these ancient sites are connected along a straight line that circumnavigates the world.
There are actually far more than 9 sites along this line. The chance of this simply being a coincidence is extremely remote.
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