Please see the attached seminal paper “Do ancient sites point to the old north pole?”
My paper proposes that the alignments of three ancient sites, Teotihuacan, Mexico, Tiahuanacu, Bolivia and an un-named site I discovered with Google Earth Pro near Abusir, Egypt all cross over Baffin Island, Canada. I argue that the three sites were originally aligned to the north pole BEFORE the earth’s crust moved at the end of the last glacial maximum. The shift in the crust was 1605 miles.
I have now also gone beyond the paper — and have shown that the estimated former north pole position on Baffin Island is not only correct, it is accurate to within one degree of latitude and longitude. The beauty of the method I used is elegant simplicity.
Would you be willing to post this paper on your site? I need to get it up ASAP. I am concerned that someone (namely, Graham Hancock) might steal my work and take credit for it — if I don’t post it soon.
Mark H Gaffney