THE WAY OF THE DEAD
The largest pyramid complex in the Americas is located Northeast of Mexico City, at Teotihaucan. The entire ancient city was built on a geometric grid anchored by a central avenue that begins at the Pyramid of the Moon. This avenue, also known as the Way of the Dead, points 15.5 West of due South, and 15.5 degrees East of due North. Extending the alignment of the Way of the Dead to the South, it comes very close to crossing directly over Easter Island. Although Easter Island is antipodal to the Indus Valley, it is more nearly antipodal to the unexcavated city of Ganweriwali than to Mohenjo Daro. Extending the alignment of the Way of the Dead to the North, over the polar regions and back down through Eurasia, it crosses directly over Mohenjo-Daro.