Original date of article: January 2019

4 - Teotihuacan – Avenue of the dead.

Where was the former geographical North Pole located?

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The former location of the magnetic North Pole is known, but that's not all. The crustal shift described a circle with Syene as the centre point. It was as if the geographical North Pole shifted along the circumference of that circle from the former towards its present position. This former position must therefore be lying on that circle and in the vicinity of the former magnetic Pole. But, where exact on the circle? Maybe the answer can be found on the Avenue of the dead, located in the ancient city Teotihuacan, Mexico.

[Wikipedia] Teotihuacan

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Google Maps - region Teotihuacan, Mexico
The Avenue of the dead has a 15.5° North East orientation.


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Plan of Teotihuacan [See Wikipedia]
The Avenue of the dead with the Sun pyramid and the moon pyramid.


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Picture from website www.flickr.com
Picture taken from the top of the moon pyramid.
Note the symmetry of the constructions on both the sides of the avenue.


So far known no one has given an explication for the unusual orientation of the avenue of the dead. It’s possible that this strange orientation too is a consequence of the crustal shift. All the buildings which had originally a perfect orientation to the north pole nowadays have a north-west orientation, the avenue of dead has a 15.5 north-east orientation instead. So, most likely the avenue was originally pointing exactly(?) towards the east. The Kalasasaya in Tihuanacu, an ancient city in present Bolivia, was an observatory and is also pointing straight towards the east. Therefore, the complex in Teotihuacan near Mexico City must have been an observatory as well.


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Was the Avenue of the dead originally pointing towards the East? An observatory?


According to experts, the earliest buildings in Teotihuacan date from about 200 BC. The city is thought to have been established around 100 BC, with major monuments which were continuously under construction until about 250 AD. Ok, the Mayas, Aztecs, etc. have lived there but surely didn't design this site. They only restored the monuments and made them much bigger by continuously adding additional layers on top of the older already existing pyramids.

The avenue of the dead, originally oriented towards the East, has indeed shifted westwards and must therefore have been built during or before the crustal shift. However, It makes no sense at all to build an observatory during a crustal shift because this construction would have been accurate for a period of at most a few years. So, the original site must have existed long before the earth crust shift started, a long time before 10.500 BC.

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Syene Egypt & the ancient city Teotihuacan near Mexico City - Avenue of the dead.


The Avenue of the dead was originally exactly(?) orientated towards the East and is nowadays 15.5° North-East oriented which means there may have been a rotation of 90°-15.5°=74.5° Westwards due to the crustal shift.

This observatory from before the earth crust shift makes it possible to determine the exact location of the former geographic North Pole. With Syene at the centre, we have to turn the map clockwise until the avenue of the dead (15.5° North-East) points exactly to the East. On the map Syene is slightly more to the north than Teotihuacan and therefore the rotation angle won’t be exactly 74.5 degrees.


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If we turn the map clockwise over an angle of 74.6 degrees the Avenue of the dead is pointing exactly to the East. This means, viewed on the map above, that the real geographical North Pole has shifted over an angle of 74.6 degrees due to the crustal shift. Syene is lying al little bit more to the north than Teotihuacan therefore the angle of rotation isn’t 74.5 but 74.6 degrees instead.

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Viewed from Syene , on a flat world map the displacement of the earth crust seems to be 74.6 degrees. In reality the earth crust seems to have moved from 90° to 52° North, this is a shift of 38 degrees. One gets the impression that the former position of the geographical North Pole was about 52°N/100°W and has moved to his present position (90°N). However, this measurement isn't very accurate.


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Google maps – Globe
A displacement of the earth crust of 38 degrees.
It looks like the Geographical North Pole shifted from 52°N to 90°N.


For a real displacement of the earth's crust of 38 degrees, now drawn on the earth's globe instead of on a flat map, the angle of Syene is no longer 74,6 degrees but 62. Again, all these drawings are not as accurate as they  should be. This is a task for an experienced cartographer. Believe it, the life of an amateur isn't easy.


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Laurentide Ice Sheet (original text) : Map of North America (left) showing the extent of the Laurentide Ice Sheet.
The blue outline notes the ice sheet’s borders about 15000 years ago.

Link: The Laurentide Ice Sheet.

N1G is the former location of the geographic North Pole and was located somewhere in Canada, about in the middle of the Laurentide ice sheet. From Syene on, this is a 74.6° north-west orientation. Apparently 15,000 years ago the Laurentide Ice Sheet was still on its maximum. Therefore the crustal shift couldn't have started yet, that must have happened later.

If the crustal shift indeed started in 10,500 BC and lasted 500 years until 10,000 BC then all buildings or sites prior to the earth crust shift must have this 74.6° NW orientation and are thus at least 12,500 years old. Monuments or constructions built after the earth crust shift are (usually) directed towards the current North Pole and are maximum 12,000 years old. Every construction built during the earth crust shift itself can have an orientation between 0 and 74.6 degrees North-West. The larger the northwest angle the older these constructions are, always between 12,000 and 12,500 years. All buildings older than 12,000 years should have a North-West orientation, if some are supposed to have a North-East orientation then look at the opposite side of it.

The ancient city of Tiahuanaco in present Bolivia has once been a city on the shores of Lake Titicaca and probably existed already long time before 10.500 BC. This city was completely destroyed by the shock at the beginning of the earth crust shift. A quarter of the water from Lake Titicaca flooded the city and left a thick layer of mud on the buildings and monuments. From then on the level in the lake was much lower and suddenly the city was a few miles away from the shore.

The Kalasasaya in Tiahuanaco was an observatory, this monument nowadays is still perfect oriented towards the East. A very slight difference in the angle of precession made it possible to date this monument and must be about 12,000 years old (10,000 BC). The age of the Kalasasaya and the fact of the perfect east-west orientation makes it clear this monument was built a short period after the crustal shift had stopped, when the earth’s crust was stable again. Apparently an attempt was made to bring that old civilization back to life.