This is what happens when you plot out ancient sites over the entire globe

Have you ever wondered what you would get if you plotted out some of the most important ancient sites over the entire planet?
If you take a globe and connect ancient sites on Earth with a line, you’ll obtain a fascinating geometrical pattern that connects all the dots. But is this a mere coincidence?
It’s as if ancient cultures around the globe precisely placed significant monuments, cities and ceremonial centers around the globe taking into consideration advanced geometrical patterns which—when plotted on a map, show nearly all ancient sites are connected.
This has led to countless debates and questions that have not been answered by mainstream scholars.
Were ancient cultures separated by vast distances somehow connected thousands of years ago?
It seems that there is a forgotten rule among ancient sites that dictates; the more ancient, the more precise. The more ancient, the more similar.
But how can these incredible details be explained rationally?
If we move from the starting point that different civilizations that inhabited Earth thousands of years ago were not connected and did not know about each other, the only logical explanation is to say it’s just a random phenomenon.

The incredible precision and similarity among ancient sites is just a random moment in our history.
But many authors disagree.
The vast similarity present among ancient legends, sacred texts, and even monuments suggests that nearly all ancient civilization that inhabited our planet thousands of years ago were somehow connected.
This ‘somehow’ is what bothers many experts who are unable to explain it.
One of the most fascinating examples on the world is without a doubt the Great Pyramid of Giza, and its curious position on the surface of our planet.
Many people are unaware that the Great Pyramid of Giza is the most accurately aligned structure in existence on the planet, and faces true north with only 3/60th of a degree of error.
However, the Great Pyramid of Giza is just one of the many ancient sites that are apparently interconnected, at least geometrically.
In addition to the Pyramids of Giza, if we take a look at the ancient citadel of Ollantaytambo, the Nazca region, Easter Island, and other sites we will notice a truly mind-gobbling alignment.
Were all ancient sites placed randomly by our ancestors?
Is it possible that ancient civilizations such as the ancient Egyptians, the Maya, Olmec, Inca (even Pre-Inca) placed their cities, temples, and monuments on specific locations on the surface of Earth, which results in a geometrical pattern clearly visible today for a specific purpose?

As is noted by, ancient sites like Giza, Siwa, Tassili n’Ajjer (cave paintings) , Paratoari, the ancient complex of Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu, Nazca lines, Easter Island, , Preah Vihear, Sukhothai, Pyay, Khajuraho, the ancient city of Mohenjo Daro, Persepolis, Ur, Petra are shown clockwise from Giza on the equal azimuthal projection.
The connection is there, the only question here is; how is this even possible? And why did the ancients do it?
Were they trying to send a message to future generations?
Were they trying to warn us? Or are we witnessing a secret code embedded within the structures and their positions on Earth?

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