Any internet user can watch the Google Earth software looking for questionable shapes. Some even find something to alert archaeologists! Here is a selection of the most unusual places found on the software of the American giant and do not hesitate to also consult our first article on the subject.
1) A pentagram in Kazakhstan
In Kazakhstan, a former country of the Soviet Union, there is a giant pentagram fueling the craziest theories. Located in the north of the country at coordinates 52° 28′ -1″ 46.506″, 62° 11′ -1″ 7.0002″, this strange shape visible at the edge of the Tobol River reservoir is not the work of the devil. , but simply a star-shaped park.
2) Geoglyphs in Kazakhstan
Also in northern Kazakhstan, geoglyphs have been observed. Their size varies from 90 to 400 meters. Mounds of earth seem to have been used for their creation since these geoglyphs are not visible from the ground, just like the lines of Nazca (Peru). These forms are dated two millennia and were certainly used for certain rituals.
3) Pyramid or hill?
Welcome to Egypt, land of the pyramids! However, some Internet users see this kind of shape everywhere. The shape visible below is either a still-buried pyramid or a natural hill. The debate is lively among experts who hesitate to carry out a field study on the spot because of the current instability of the region.
4) An artistic spiral
Also in Egypt, in the Sahara Desert near the Red Sea, there is a kind of spiral covering an area of 100,000 square meters. Unlike the previous one, this incredible form is well known since it is the work Desert Breath from 1997, a project carried out by artists belonging to the Land Art movement.
5) Many mounds in California
The mottled terrain seen below is in northeastern California, close to the Cinder volcanic cone. It turns out that these are constructions that are the work of red harvester ants, the Pogonomyrmex barbatus. These mounds can measure up to 1.2 meters in height. The hypothesis, formulated by the Italian Amelia Carolina Sparavigna specialist in satellite images, remains to be verified on the spot.