Using Google Earth, if one draws a line between Angkor Wat and the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan, it aligns with the most-visible Nazca Line AND the flightpath of the IO that Dr. Jaye proposes. I am not the first to notice the Angkor Wat antipodal relationship (https://youtu.be/_dIs1dd6bVM), but I haven't found any mention of Teotihuacan.
Second, the most prominent East-West Nazca line points perfectly to Sacsayhuaman.
Third, the canals of the proposed Atlantis site point perfectly to Teotihuacan as well.
Additionally, the Avenue of the Dead at Teotihuacan points very nearly to Easter Island, but is slightly off.
Perhaps the animal figures at Nazca were created to indicate the lines are to be interpreted from an aerial, i.e. global viewpoint... thus the point may be in the vectors and not the glyphs. They could be interpreted, "Look, we were an advanced worldwide civilization that was destroyed by something that came along this path."
Finally, the angle of impact of Jaye's IO seems to be close enough to explain the movement of the earth's crust hypothesized here: [www.bibliotecapleyades.net] and here: [youtu.be]
Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 13-Oct-17 02:57 by kurtj.