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Some people talk about Stonehenge, the Pyramids, etc. and how they are placed on planetary grids, ley lines, etc. and are places of ancient power. Predetermined locations, for what purpose is unknown, but some has drawn a correlation among ancient worship sites.
Why isn't Mecca ever included among these locations? I've heard about Mayan Pyramids, Egyptians Pyramids, Stonehenge, Nazca lines, why isn't Mecca a part of these?
Diagramed below are the three great circle alignments that include Mecca, and the four great circle alignments that include Easter Island and Mohenjo-Daro. Because one of the alignments includes all three sites, a total of six great circle alignments are shown. All of the intersections of these alignments that are above sea level are sites of historic or prehistoric world wonders. From left to right, the marked sites are Easter Island, Fatima, Rome, Siwa, Giza, Luxor, Mecca and Mohenjo-Daro.
Originally posted by djohnsto77
They don't just point in the general direction of Mecca, they're looking towards the cube-shaped structure the kaaba and the rock (believe to be an meteorite) housed inside.
Does that make the Kaaba the most powerful cube on Earth and the rock the most powerful..well, rock?
We may never know...