The Great Pyramid's location is locked by all the representational geometry involved. It is at 30 degrees above the equator. It marks the largest polar circumference of the globe. It HAS to be where it is to be what it is.
Yet, there just happens to be an island out in the depths of the Pacific that lines up with all the other sites and the Golden Ratio. An island whose mythology of creation involves a god with a lever lifting it out of the water repeatedly until it is right.
Can we talk about the idea that, once upon a time, if we needed an island to be somewhere--we were capable of putting it there?