# Divine geometry ІІ.

The close sights that are called by people as the “Robleni Mohyly” (“Made Graves”) form a circle with the diameter of 185 meters. Furthermore, one may draw a circle with the radius of 2960 meters through four distant sights. In order to make a circle of such scale, one should know the geometry of the circle and its basic component that is number 3,14. I found an evidence for that, and it consists in the relation between the distance from the centre to the Northern distant sight (1830 m) and the distance between the Southern Eastern and Southern Western distant sights (5746 m). It is equal to 3.14. This relation indicates that the portion of 1830 m is the radius of the circle.

The close sights that are called by people as the “Robleni Mohyly” (“Made Graves”) form a circle with the diameter of 185 meters. Furthermore, one may draw a circle with the radius of 2960 meters through four distant sights. In order to make a circle of such scale, one should know the geometry of the circle and its basic component that is number 3,14. I found an evidence for that, and it consists in the relation between the distance from the centre to the Northern distant sight (1830 m) and the distance between the Southern Eastern and Southern Western distant sights (5746 m). It is equal to 3.14. This relation indicates that the portion of 1830 m is the radius of the circle.

Length of the circle L = 2 π r = 2*3.14*1830 = 11492 m.

Length of the circle L is to the line between the SE and SW sights as 11492 : 5746, namely 2:1.

Area of the triangle (sides 4540; 5746; 4770) S_{∆} = 10,51 sq km.

Area of the circle (radius 1830 m) S_{о} = **π****r ^{2}** = 3,14 * 1830

^{2}= 10,51 sq km.

As one may see from the calculations, all values are not accidental and they are related. If one of them is changed, this relation will be lost.

Here comes the most interesting part! The ancient astronomers sent us a message that is hard to conceive. There are no indications of this fact in the available papers. Therefore, I will be the first to state it and reveal a secret of thousands of years.

Bezvodivka observatory is located at Latitude 50^{о}51”, that is equal to the angle of inclination of the Great Pyramide. However, why does the pyramid indicate this very latitude? The length of circumference of our planet at Latitude 50^{0}51 is equal to 24768 km. The relation of the length of the equator to the circumference of the planet, which is indicated by the Great Pyramid, is 40075km / 24768 km = 1,618

This is a golden proportion underlying the architecture of the Pyramid of Cheops and Bezvodivka. At this very latitude five horizon observatories known today are located:

- Aivebury 51
^{0}25” North - Stonehenge 51
^{0}10” North - Goseck 51
^{0}12” North - Bezvodivka 50
^{0}51” North - Arkaim 52
^{0}38” North

Therefore, the ancient engineers/architects/astronomers possessed a system of knowledge in the domain of mathematics, geodesy, astronomy, philosophy, which enabled them to create a measuring device of enormous dimensions, which is the Bezvodivka horizon observatory. The level of knowledge of the representatives of the ancient civilization and the information they obtained at horizon observatories challenge us to revise our history.

For more information about the Bezvodivka horizon, watch the documentary film.