Prove that the intersection angle between the Simson lines of two triangles inscribed in the same circle it's the same for any point.

Suppose the triangles ABC and DEF share the circuncircle C, and P and Q are any diferent points on C. Let l, m be, the Simson lines of P related to ABC and DEF, and p, q the Simson lines of Q related to ABC and DEF, then i must prove the angle between l and m equals the angle between p and q.

I just have one Theorem about the Simson line:

Theorem: Let P, Q be two points on the circuncircle, C, of the triangle ABC. Let l, m be their respective Simson's lines. Then the angle between l an m equals to the half of the central angle POQ, where O is the center of C.

Suppose the triangles ABC and DEF share the circuncircle C, and P and Q are any diferent points on C. Let l, m be, the Simson lines of P related to ABC and DEF, and p, q the Simson lines of Q related to ABC and DEF, then i must prove the angle between l and m equals the angle between p and q.

I just have one Theorem about the Simson line:

Theorem: Let P, Q be two points on the circuncircle, C, of the triangle ABC. Let l, m be their respective Simson's lines. Then the angle between l an m equals to the half of the central angle POQ, where O is the center of C.