Visual Database Pyramids and Temples

Are You Aware How Many Ancient Buildings There Are in the World?

Not many people are aware how many ancient buildings there actually are around the world. The list is incredibly long, and will never be complete. Around 57% of the ancient buildings, from pyramids, to temples, to complete ancient cities were oriented to one of the ancient geographical poles. Not all buildings were oriented to the cardinals, but most of them were.

Yes, the crust moved. It moved significantly. But it never moved abruptly like Charles Hapgood believed. The crust crawled slowly over tens of thousands of years during Earth’s high eccentric orbit around the Sun.

Science believes it were Ice Ages caused by varying insolation, caused by the Milankovitch cycles. It was the crust that moved very slowly, which is interpreted as glaciation cycles. The Milankovitch cycles do not influence the energetic household of the Earth. But most geologists still don’t seem to understand that, and just believe it without performing any calculations.

New Mathematical Research

You won’t find any other research like this in the world. It’s one of the most intriguing discoveries of the last decades. There were no ice ages seemingly caused by a miracle, it were latitudinal crustal displacements. Pyramids are not a few thousand years old, they are hundreds of thousands years old. Greenland is not melting because of Carbon Dioxide. It’s vast ice sheet was formed at the North Pole, between 110,000 and 270,000 years ago. It’s now located at a place where the ice sheet starts to melt very slowly.

Tragically, not much of the current sciences has the right view on our Planet and on the origin of Humanity, while they believe they are immutably spot on. When no one ever refutes science, while they mainly rely on sources of fellow researchers who were already wrong, science will continue to dig deeper into a cesspool of falsehood.

Instantaneous Proof of Another Paradigm

How old would a structure be when you have to dig for it about 8.5 meters deep, while the stratigraphic records show that the soil builds up between 1 to 1.5 meters per 100,000 years? That’s an elementary school assignment. That structure is then around 650,000 years old. But because the ruling paradigm says that’s impossible it’s simply shifted aside.

This collage of ancient buildings contains about 60% of all the buildings which are in the most intruiging database of ancient buildings that is ever made.

Read the other articles and you might become aware how our history really looks like. Most ancient structures are much older than 100,000 years. That is not just a statement, no, it is mathematically proven with a complete new theory. The odds that the crust shifted, even multiple times, while advanced civilizations like ours were already present, are incredibly high: 1 to 2.98 quadrillion (1 to 29,800,000,000,000,000) that the largest node found on Greenland is coincidental.

In this new theory, which is developed by Mario Buildreps, the orientation of more than 535 ancient structures around the world are measured and mass processed as a pattern. Orientation is a pure mathematical entity, and distills patterns that otherwise would be impossible to find: the true age of Humanity and the massive latitudinal crustal motions which took place which science has interpreted as ice ages.

Scroll through the list and get an idea why this new theory is so powerful – it’s still a fraction of the whole database. The quality of the pics is relatively low, otherwise it would flood the server with traffic. It gives you an idea of the incredible amount of ancient buildings in the world. This is still only a fraction of the total amount of buildings which were once built over the hundreds of thousands of years. Most of them were destroyed by nature, destroyed by humans, flooded, buried, collapsed, crumbled, or else.

The orientation of the is ALL we need to prove the truth of OUR collective ancient history.

Enjoy scrolling!

A visual database of pyramids and temples around the world. Have you ever seen such a list? Here it is.

The Database – How it Works

This list contains the names of the ancient sites which are in the database. The database still grows with the addition of new ancient monuments. Some ancient sites contain many differently oriented monuments while others have only uniformly oriented monuments like for example Teotihuacan. Despite the fact it is a massive site, it appears only one time in the database, because it is uniformly oriented. While Chichen Itza contains many different oriented monuments and was built, used, and renovated over a much longer period. Chichen Itza was therefore actively used even after multiple cataclysms. Chichen Itza’s monuments follow the migration of the geographic pole with a surgical precision.

The list below contains 356 names of ancient sites, while the whole database* contains currently 538 separate monuments. The habit to reorient religious, astronomical, and energetic buildings due to the deformations of the crust is proven to be a common habit around the ancient world.

Inka Uyu Hellenikon Pyramid Saksaywaman
Acanceh Heraclea Samarra Archaeological City
Acaray Holmul San Andrés
Acozac Huaca Bandera San Gervasio
Aguateca Huaca del Luna Sanam Temple
Ai-Khanoum Huaca del Sol Santa Cecilia Acatitlan
Ain Dara Temple Huaca Esmeralda Sardis Temple of Artemis
Ajanta Caves Huapalcalco Sayil
Ake Inca-Caranqui Sechin Alto
Al-Rahba castle Inka Wasi Segesta (temple)
Allpacoto Ipogei Capparelli Serapeum at Alexandria
Altun Ha Iraq al-Amir Sha’ar HaGolan
Amazon Geoglyphs Ishchali Shahr-e Sukhteh
Angkor Wat Iximche’ Shingardar Stupa
Antipatris Izamal Sintashta
Apadana Izapa Sippar (Sumer)
Arg-é Bam Jebel Barkal Soleb
Asagipinar Jerash Srirangam Temple
Aukana Buddha Temple Ka’ba-ye Zartosht Starosel Tomb
Avdat Kabah Ta Prohm
Baalbek Kaminal Juyu Tabasqueno
Babylon Karnak Takht-e Soleymān
Babylon New Kfar Bar’am synagogue Tamgaly
Bakong Kinichná Tamtoc
Baksei Chamkrong Kohunlich Tanais
Balamku Kom Ombo temple Tarawasi
Bandurria Konark Sun Temple Taukachi-Konkan
Banteay Kdei Koshoy Korgon Tefessedt
Banteay Samré Kotosh Tel Dan
Becan Kuara (Sumer) Tel Kadesh Naftali
Belevi Mausoleum Kuntur Wasi Tell al-Rimah (Taya)
Belvoir Fortress La Campana Tell Brak (Sumer)
Beng Malea La Centinela Temple of Anu and Adad (Assur)
Bijamandal Temple La Joya Temple of Ashur
Bishapur La Quemada Temple of Belur
Bonampak Labna Temple of Horus
Borobudur Lagartero Temple of Nabu
Borsippa Lagartero Temple of Osiris at Abusir
Brihadeeswarar Temple Lamanai Temples of Bagan
Burial complex in Xiadu Lamay Templo Mayor
Burnt City Lambityeco Tenam Puente
Buto Larsa (Sumer) Tenayuca
Cabyle Las Haldas Tenochtitlan
Cacaxtla Leptis Magna Teopanzolco
Cahuachi Little Kyz Kala Teotenango
Calakmul Lol Teotihuacan
Cancuén Los Cancajos Pyramid Tepe Sialk
Capilla Lothal Tepeapulco
Caracol Lubaantun Teti I Pyramid
Caral Lumbini Texcotzingo
Carnac Lurihuasi Thanjavur Brahadeeswarar temple
Casa Blanca Lyrbe The Lianhu Altar
Castillo de Teayo Mari Tikal
Cástulo Masada (Byzantine church) Timgad
Ceibal Mayapan Tiwanaku
Cempoala Medinet Habu temple Tiya
Cerro Colorado Meenakshi Temple Tlatelolco
Cerro de la Estrella Mehrgarh Tomb of Consort Ban
Cerro del Gentil Midhowe Chambered Cairn Tomb of Emperor Ai of Han
Cerro Sechin Miraya Tomb of Emperor Cheng of Han
Chacchoben Mitla Tomb of Emperor Gaozu of Han
Chacmultun Mixco Viejo Tomb of Emperor Hui of Han
Chan-Chan Monte Alban Tomb of Emperor Jing of Han
Chankillo Monte d’Accoddi Tomb of Emperor Ping of Han
Chau Say Tevoda Moral Reforma Tomb of Emperor Wen of Sui
Chavín de Huantar Motya Tomb of Emperor Wu of Han
Chersonesos Mount of Cannae Tomb of Emperor Xiaojing of Tang
Chiapa de Corzo Mundigak Tomb of Emperor Yuan of Han
Chicanná Mungo Tomb of Emperor Zhao of Han
Chichen Itza Nakum Tomb of Empress Dou
Chincha Paracas Platform Mounds Naranjo Tomb of Empress Dowager Bo
Chogha Zanbil Neak Pean Tomb of Empress Fu
Choquequirao Nimrud Tomb of Empress Li
Chupacigarro Nineveh Temple (Sumer) Tomb of Empress Lü
Cobá Niuserra’s Pyramid Tomb of Empress Shangguan
Comalcalco Nohmul pyramid Tomb of Empress Wang
Conimbriga Nuzi (Sumer) Tomb of Empress Wang
Copán Ohoden-Valoga Tomb of Empress Wang
Court of Amenhotep III Ohrid Tomb of Empress Xu
Cueva del Maguey Oxkintok Tomb of Empress Xu
Dainzu Pachacamac Tomb of First Emperor
Daorson Padmanabhaswamy temple Tomb of King Ling of Zhou
Der (Sumer) Palenque Tomb of Marquis Zhang Ao
Djedefre’s Pyramid Pallka Tomb of Three Kings of Zhou
Donegal Palmyra Toniná
Dur-Katlimmu Pampa de Las Llamas Túcume
Dur-Kurigalzu Pañamarka Tula
Dzibanche Pando Tzintzuntzan
Dzibilchaltun Pella Uchkus Inkañan
Dzibilnocac Peralta Umma
Eastern Mebon temple Phnom Bakheng Uruk
Ecbatana Phnom Chisor Usnu
Edzna Pikillaqta Uxmal
Ek’ Balam Plazuelas Vichama
El Cerrito Pomac Forest Vikramashila
El Chanal Pompeii Volubilis
El Mirador Prambanan Wak’a Wallamarka
El morro del tulcán Prasat Phum Prasat Wanuku Pampa
El Paraiso Pre Rup Wari Willka
El Paraíso Preah Ko Wayland’s Smithy
El Tajín Preah Vihear Temple West Baray
El Tazumal Pucará de Tilcara West Kennet Long Barrow
El Tepozteco Puma Punku Xcambo
El Tigre Pyramid of Djoser Xelha
Elephantine Pyramid Pyramid of Koh-Ker Xlapak
Era de Pando Pyramid Sinki Xochicalco
Eridu Pyramids of Cochasqui Xochitecatl
Eshnunna (Sumer) Pyramids of Giza Xpuhil
Estakhr Q’umarkaj Xunantunich
Ggantija temple Qasr el-Sagha Yagul
Girsu Quiahuiztlán Yapahuwa Temple
Gorgippia Qumran Yaxchilan
Great Kyz Kala Ramesseum Yaxha
Great Pyramid of Cholula Raqch’i Yeha
Great Ziggurat of Ur Resafe Yunatsite
Guachimontones Rockwall Zabala (Sumer)
Gunung Padang Ruins at Ur Zaculeu
Harappa Sahure’s Pyramid Ziggurat of Assur
Hattusa Saint-Michel tumulus

*February 2018


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