https://rgdn.info/en/mesta_sily._ley-linii For years I thought if "God" is another planet in our solar system with a highly elliptical inclined orbit taking thousands of years - which is what I would expect from a rogue planet that joined our system after its creation (possibly debris from the nearby supernova that triggered the birth of the sun) - then peoples all over the world would see the planet of God when close enough and build their temples oriented to it. The problem is we dont really have research into any given temple structure looking for unaccounted alignments that stick out and what they could mean. Instead we look for the alignments we'd expect. Solar, lunar, zodiacal/constellations, brightest stars or the Pleiades, seasonal, planetary relationships to the ecliptic etc. And people were in the habit of realigning temples or building over older structures so that limits us. But what if people also recorded "God" in the sites they chose to build and maintain over the eons? They wouldn't be building a town to align with something that keeps moving because of precession, this would be a one time deal based on the planet's orbit at the time. I've seen the Ancient Aliens episode about ley lines and that link has some interesting stuff covering the subject, but I'd like to know what all those French towns were pointing at. Something to the southeast or northwest at about 40-45 degrees. That seems too far south for either the sun, moon or anything near the ecliptic, but maybe I'm wrong about that. The Vikings were doing this too and their towns look SE...and NW. https://www.climb-utah.com/Misc/ninemile.htm In that image the Fremont Indians of S Utah might have depicted our solar system before the celestial battle. The horned deity in the center was killed and dismembered to form Heaven and Earth. To the lower right on an elliptical inclined approach is the 'creator' with the bow and arrow. If there is a '9th planet' and it does become visible once in a great while, I'd expect our ancestors to record that somehow. On a sidenote, the asteroid belt is tilted. Now maybe thats because the asteroids that spend much of their time on the same orbital plane as nearby planets eventually get dislodged or swallowed leaving behind the ones avoiding that fate, but it looks to me like most asteroids are between the ecliptic and ~40 degrees. I'd expect a debris trail like that from collisions involving objects hitting each other at a 40 degree angle.