Nowadays, our home planet is tilted with about 23½ degrees. Before this current tilted position occurred, the equator was quite different from where it is now. In the 43rd episode of Pateo TV, Johan Oldenkamp, professor of archaeology at the Pateo Academia for Wholly Science (PAWS), takes you on a tour around the world in 80 images, exactly following the line of this previous equator. In this ancient sites-seeing tour, you visit Peru, Algeria, Khemit (Egypt), Jordan, Mesopatamia (Irak), Persia (Iran), Pakistan, India, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Cambodia, Aneityum (Vanuatu), and Rapa Nui (Easter Island). On top of that, you also visit a mysterious island in the Atlantic Ocean that nowadays no longer exists. As you see in the video embedded below, all along this previous equator, there are many fascinating ancient sites. If you think of this as merely coincidence, then this video is not meant for you.