Indiana Jones and the Ancient Circle tells the true theory of the “great circle”

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MachineGames announced the game’s plan Indiana Jones and the Ancient Circle Many ancient sites around the world were deliberately built flush, so-called great apartment (Big Circle, which is the English name of the game).

“A big circle is a circle dividing the sphere into two” said Gustafsson. “The best known in the world is of course the equator. But it can actually exist anywhere and is used a lot in aviation when planning routes.”

“There seems to be something very real and mysterious big circle This is not the equator, but the region that connects many of the greatest historical sites in history, such as Giza, Easter Island, Sukhothai, Nazca and others. “Their connection remains a secret, providing the perfect adventure for our game.”

Details about the Ancient Circle

There great circle theoryProposed by Jim Alison and published online in 1995, it suggests that most of the world’s ancient structures are connected by a continuous great circle. Some ancient sites are not perfectly aligned with the proposed line, but their inclusion is justified because they deviate by only one degree or less.

Ancient sites aligned with the great circle include Easter Island, Nazca, Ollantaytambo and Giza. Sites that fall slightly out of line include Petra, Perseopolis, Ollantaytambo, Machupicchu, Oracle of Amun at Siwa Oasis, Mohenjo Daro, Ur and Angkor Wat. According to theory, this circle contains not only emerging lands, but also unexplored regions and submerged depths where ancient sites are potentially located.

The idea that ancient societies deliberately built sanctuaries in line with first time in 1846 and influenced many in the early 20th century. The theory has led some proponents to identify lines connecting England’s enigmatic monuments, megaliths and medieval churches. These alignments became known as “ley lines” or also lines of magical power.

Currently, controversial theories regarding ley lines and great circles are not supported by facts and have been classified by many historians, archaeologists, and anthropologists as: pseudoarchaeology or pseudoscience.

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