Hello Dr Trogolodyte,
We are not actually discussing a line created by three points of location. The whole interest of the Great Pyramid eastern façade boat pit is that it is not a point but an oblong, a lengthwise shape that allows, in the same way as an arrow or a road sign, to point towards another place. In this particular case, the 3rd boat pit can be said to point at Easter Island after passing through Nazca. If turned in a slightly different direction, it would no doubt have pointed elsewhere and probably proved a disappointment on that score.
The film ‘The Revelation of the Pyramids’ (see at 1:17) shows the imaginary line that joins Giza to Easter Island (now more precisely indicated by the direction of the 3rd boat pit) as part of a 100-mile-wide circle that includes:
Dogon country in Africa
Siwa Oasis in Egypt (mentioned in my translated text)
Petra in Jordan (Musa Wadi also mentioned in my text)
Ur in Iraq
Persepolis in Iran
Mohenjo Daro in Pakistan
Of course, I can’t vouch for any of the above but the direction of the boat pit with regard to Easter Island seems pretty sure thanks to Google Earth.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 18-May-19 19:13 by MDaines.