As you know, new Americans, especially the first, were obsessed with creating “the New Atlantis” the newly discovered continent, and apparently, so have copied many of the buildings created in ancient times. This was especially evident in Washington.
But the tradition continued in the 20th century. Few people know that among other things, in the USA there is a replica of the Athenian Parthenon, and in full size. This facility is located in Nashville, Tennessee. The Church was built in 1897 for the international exhibition, held in Nashville on the centennial of occurrence of tn in the number of the United States. The building is listed on the national register of historic places. According to Wikipedia, the idea of building for the exhibition of 1897 multiple copies of the antique buildings of the organizers gave the nickname of Nashville is “the Athens of the South”. The Parthenon, which became a Central element of the exhibition, was the only exact copy and the only building that was saved in the future. Nashville first Parthenon was built of wood and brick. In 1920 began the rebuilding of the temple made of concrete, which was completed in 1931 In 1990 nashvillecream sculptor Alan Lecuona was restored statue of Athena, ancient the original of which has not survived and is known only by copies and descriptions. As we can see, despite the start of the Great depression, the building was completed, and taken under state protection as historical. Of course, this building has cultural significance as a copy of the famous Parthenon, but so far only the Americans had the idea to reproduce monuments in full size. Concrete built 11 years old, and if of natural stone, but hands and without machinery? |

Look at the American location of the Parthenon in relation to other ancient structures on planet Earth – key points BIOLONG. And find out whether it has the relationship to the original Greek Parthenon. Let’s start with the latitude of the temple, which is equal to 36.15°. This means that the Parthenon shares its Meridian in the proportions of the pentagram, with an accuracy of 0.15°. On the ground, it is about 16 km away. To the axis of the pentagram, in orthographic projection, coincided with the equator, it should be rotated by 18° in any direction from the North. The image on the right, a globe cut into two halves along the Meridian of Nashville, and the pentagram rotated by 18° counter-clockwise. In this position the horizontal line (East-West) coincides with the equator, and the angle of a pentagram is 36°, indicates the location of the Parthenon in Nashville. |

The American orientation of the Parthenon, which is approximately equal to 55.80°, also relates to the pentagram as the angle of 56° , 36°+ 20°, i.e. the angle of the pentagram plus the angle of the 9-gon (nonagon) – 20°. The image on the left of the vertical axis of the pentagram corresponds to the direction North – South. |

If we extend the North – South poles, i.e., to build a Meridian American Parthenon, the direction of the real Parthenon in Greece, from the point of intersection of Meridian with equator, will conform to the angle of nonagon – 50°. |

This line will intersect with the American orientation of the Parthenon to the island of Malta, where there are hundreds of ancient megalithic structures. This fact can be easily considered random, if the lines do not intersect under the angles of the hexagram. Moreover, the line – direction on the Greek Parthenon, built from the Equatorial point, near Malta, is virtually a direction to the East. This means that Malta and the Parthenon in Athens are almost on the same latitude. The distance from Malta to Athens of the Parthenon is about 15° in degree terms. |

Let’s return to the American orientation of the Parthenon, which, as we recall, is close to the value of 55.80°. The direction to Teotihuacan from this point is 215.90°. This means that the angle between the orientation of the temple and the direction of the Mexican pyramids equal to 160°, with an accuracy of 1 tenth, and corresponds to the corners of nonagon – 20/160°. To directions coincide with the axes of nonagon, need 9-gon, oriented to the cardinal, rotated 4° counterclockwise. 60° – 4° = 56°. Thus, in order in Nashville to determine the direction to Teotihuacan, you just have to make the half nonagon to the wall of the Parthenon. |

From there, though a bit less accurate, you can still get directions on the pyramid of Cahuachi in Nazca, Stonehenge and Cahokia. Thus, from the American orientation of the Parthenon, a multiple of 10°, there are 4 directions to famous buildings, 3 of which, are key points SAMS. Interestingly, the distance to Stonehenge is exactly 6660 km or 59.85°, i.e., without 0.15° – 60°. |

In the previous image shows that the azimuth of the Parthenon on the mounds Cahokia is $ 315.12°, i.e. with an accuracy of 0.12° is octagon – 8-sided polygon oriented to the cardinal directions. The distance to Cahokia is 400 km, or 3.6° or 1/100 of the circumference of the globe. |

If we move to Teotihuacan, the direction of the Parthenon in Nashville will match the angle of the hexagram, oriented to the cardinal. The azimuth of this line is equal to 30.20°. Since the direction to the Great pyramid in the Teotihuacan point has a value of 45.25°, and corresponds to the diagonal of the square, orientated along the axis North – South, the angle between the directions of the Parthenon in Nashville and EP will be equal to 15°, with an accuracy of 5 hundredths. As you know, the Road of the Dead at Teotihuacan, has the azimuth 15.4°, and is the exact direction of Mohenjo-Daro. Therefore, the direction to the Great pyramid and Mohenjo-Daro, will be symmetric relative to the direction on the American Parthenon. |

Orientation to the American Parthenon also attached directions to the Great pyramid (GP) and Baalbeck, with a difference of 12 km, more than 10000, i.e. with an accuracy of 0.1% equidistant from Nashville copies of the Athenian masterpiece.
The azimuth of GP, is 49.96°, i.e. with an accuracy of hundredths 4 corresponds to the angle of nonagon 50°. As we remember, the same angle gives the direction of the Greek Parthenon, from the point of intersection of the Meridian nashvillemca of the Parthenon from the equator. Cm. above. In other words, on the same Meridian of Nashville, on the equator (latitude 0°), azimuth 50°, will be the direction of the Athenian Parthenon, in Nashville (latitude 36°), azimuth 50°, will be the direction of the Great pyramid. If the direction of the VP add 6°, we get the orientation of the temple, and if you take away 6°, – get the direction to Baalbek. Thus, the orientation of the temple and the direction to Baalbek symmetrical relative to the azimuth of the GP. |

But the patterns associated with these objects is just beginning. Go to Baalbek. It appears at this point, the angle between the directions of both the Parthenon, with an accuracy of 0.15°, corresponds to the angle 8-gon (octagon) – 22.5°, i.e. half of the angle of 45°. To be sure, the octagon must be rotated 2.5 degrees clockwise from North. |

Next the Great pyramid. At Giza, the angle between the directions on Partenone equal to 10°, i.e., corresponds to the angle of nonagon. To break up the circle of 10°, you need one 9-gon turn to 4.4° clockwise, and the other at 5.6° against C. S.In this combination, with a small error, fits with the direction from VP to Lhasa, the azimuth of which at this point is 74.31°. |

If you count the degrees, you will find that at Giza, the angle between the direction to Lhasa and the Parthenon in Nashville is the angle of the hexagram 60/120°. Here it is useful to recall that the angle between the meridians of the GP and Lhasa is also equal 60°. |

Further miracles continue. As it turned out, the orientation of the real Parthenon in Athens, which is equal to 77° (+/- a few hundredths), have a precise direction to Lhasa, where the direction of Baalbek about 30° (an error of 0.6°). The azimuth of the Parthenon, Baalbek is 107,68°, i.e. with an error of 0.32° corresponds to the angle of the pentagram 108°. Next to the Parthenon is an amphitheater, oriented in azimuth 71.5°, i.e. with an accuracy of 0.5°, is also consistent with the pentagram. Therefore, the angle between the orientation of amphitheatre and towards Baalbek equal to 36°, with an accuracy of 0.18°. With this error you can determine the direction to Baalbek with half of a pentagram to direct the wall of the amphitheater. |

In a series of articles about ancient navigation kompleksah in Europe, we talked about the fact that the Greek Parthenon was designed in the proportions of the hexagram. Now, from the plan of the temple using the hexagram can easily get directions to Lhasa and Baalbek. |

In addition, in the Athens Parthenon, the angle between the direction of the Great pyramid and the direction of the American Parthenon, with an error of 9 hundredths, equal to 10°/170°, i.e. it corresponds to nonagon. And oriented to the cardinal. |

In this combination, the margin of error fits the direction for another key object of the system – the Temple of Solomon (TS). As we will see later, quite by chance.
The image on the left clearly shows that the azimuth GP and TS, symmetrical in respect to the American Parthenon. |

Also it is easy to see that at the point the Parthenon, the azimuth of TS, equal – 119.87°, with an error of -0.13°, corresponds to the angle of the hexagram – 120°, oriented to the cardinal. Thus, having determined where the North, in Athens, with the help of the hexagram, it is easy to determine the direction to Jerusalem, in which we move. |

In Jerusalem, the angle in between Greek and American Parthenon, as well as at Giza, is 10° with a tolerance of +0.27°. Only at the point the Temple of Solomon, the azimuths swapped. Also in Giza, this combination involved the azimuth of Lhasa. |

As at Giza, the angle between the direction of the Parthenon in Nashville and the direction to Lhasa corresponds to the angle of the hexagram is 60°. Only in this case, the hexagram must be rotated 13° counterclockwise. But most interesting is the azimuth from Solomon’s Temple in Lhasa – 77.16°, which is equal to the orientation of the Greek Parthenon – 77.05°, which is also the direction to Lhasa. |

Now just need to visit Lhasa. At this point, the angle in between the American and the Parthenon the Parthenon of Athens, with an accuracy of +0.24°, corresponds to the angle of the hexagram is 60°. This angle bisects the direction of the island Faith. |

Now, as they say, something to close the circle, back to Nashville. At this point, the angle between the orientation of the Parthenon and the direction to Lhasa, corresponds to the angle of the pentagram – 54°, with accuracy that is approximately 0.17°. Thus, from the American copy of the temple, with the help of the pentagram, you can get a referral to another object in the System ancient monumental structures = BIOLONG. You should also remember that the angle between the Meridian of the great pyramid and Lhasa, with negligible error, corresponds to the angle of the hexagram is 60°. Cm. “Building systems” and “Geodesy of meridians”. |

If to sum it up the above, we can say that such a mutual arrangement of historical objects can not be accidental. This is contrary to the obvious. Even if you specifically ask for to find such a point, relative to EAP and other listed buildings, for which the following conditions are met, will have to try hard in the calculations. Therefore, those who created the American Parthenon were aware of the existence of a Pyramid System, and knew the principles on which it is built. However, long before the Americans, these principles were known also to ancient masters, who erected the first Christian churches in Russia. Most of the early Church, not only oriented according to regular geometrical figures, but also designed in their proportions. |

All the patterns listed in this article can be seen on the interactive map at the bottom of the page. To view the map on your computer must be installed the Google Earth plugin, which you can download at the link provided. As all browsing in Google Earth, you can download the file. |

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