I immediately want to warn that in order to understand this idea, the imagination will need to be involved.
Imagine the consequences of the Apocalypse. People have long since disappeared from the surface of the Earth, all buildings have collapsed, the planet has acquired a pristine appearance. Thousands of years after the disappearance of our civilization, an alien spaceship flies to Earth. How can you quickly determine whether there was life on Earth. This can be done very simply. It is enough to launch a satellite with four radars in a low circular orbit at an angle of 45 degrees to the equator. Two of these radars, oriented in opposite directions, scan the surface of the Earth strictly in longitude, and two others, similarly, strictly in latitude. On the screens of the satellite locators, the smooth sides of the pyramids will give a bright signal. It only remains to combine the coordinates of the signals from all the radars, and in a fairly short time there will be detailed information on potentially artificial objects of the pyramidal shape.
From this fantastic point of view, the nearby pyramids should be positioned with a diagonal offset so that they do not interfere with each other’s signals either along meridians or along parallels.
I do not claim that all pyramids, without exception, obey this rule, but the coincidence speaks volumes. Not all pyramids have an orientation on the modern the four points of the compass, but the builders could not foresee the shifts of the world’s poles.
Similarly, from this point of view, it is not necessary to erect a pyramid in a mountainous area — it is enough to make even surfaces at a suitable mountain.
Nasser Brackk peak, pyramidal mountain in Pakistan
Kailas, the pyramidal mountain in China
A pyramidal mountain peak, the Schwartz Range in Antarctica
Pyramid-shaped mountain Rtanj in Serbia
It should be noted that two faces of the pyramid are sufficient for radar detection. The Temples of the Sun and the Moon, Trujillo, Peru, is located next to a giant pyramidal mountain, which has only two faces.
I would not be surprised if other technical solutions were applied to facilitate the identification, which we do not even have any idea about yet. It is logical to assume: if someone so diligently draws attention to a given place, then there is hidden something worthy of searching.
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