NEW STUDIES BY Veli Martin, 1998


To the left of the "Face" lies an area with lots of pyramid-like structures, called the "city". From the smoothness of the terrain around the Face one can conclude that it has once been the bottom of a sea or a large lake. The approximate coastline can be easily figured out and the "islands" also include clues to the former sea level.


The pyramids and their relations to each other have been studied a lot by several scientists and researchers. This is one reason why I haven't concentrated on them. Yet to make my presentation complete, I could not overlook the importance of this issue and after doing my own independent research on the City region I hope to have found some new views.

To more clearly show the alignments of the structures, I rotated the City region of the Viking photo so that the main axis is in a horizontal position. Some pretty amazing discoveries can be made:

Let's first concentrate into the region outlined by the tree "pentagonal" pyramids 'A', 'D' and 'I'. Of these three 'I', the "D&M pyramid", is the most famous because it is most clearly symmetrical. Yet both 'A' and 'D' as well as 'F' suggest an unnatural symmetry and especially their locations support artificiality. Though I'm not claiming that all these structures actually were once perfect pyramids, I will call them so to make things easier.
Note that the largest of these monuments are well over 2 kilometers in diameter!

  • A, D and I form a rectangular triangle
  • On the axis A-D lie pyramids B and C and on the axis D-I pyramids F and G
  • The smaller pyramids E and H are also located "intelligently"
  • Several rectangular triangles are formed and many of them are very similar in shape
    (A-D-I, A-B-F, B-C-F, G-D-I, E-B-F, H-G-I...)
  • The axis' between F-C and G-D are parallel
  • The triangle formed by four large pyramids A, B, D and F is very symmetrical

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