Forgotten Origin

1) Australia’s Stonehenge: the History of an Ancient Stone Arrangement (40 Kilometres from Mullumbimby NSW)

1) Australia’s Stonehenge: the History of an Ancient Stone Arrangement (40 Kilometres from Mullumbimby NSW)

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Computer image of Stonehenge Site by Richard Patterson

By Steven & Evan Strong

According to Frederic Slater, who was the President of the Australian Archaeological and Education Research Society, an Original stone arrangement he and a colleague were investigating throughout 1939 is “the Stonehenge of Australia.” Assumed to be lost for the last 63 years, this impressive and complex sandstone arrangement is much more than a collection of rocks, signs and symbols positioned on a mound. According to Slater, “the mound is one of the oldest; I should say the oldest, forms of temples in the world, and dates back to the… advent of first man.”

Not only was the mound the first temple, the narrative and wisdom it chronicles is as profound as it is sublime, so much so that Slater claimed it formed “the basis of all knowledge, all science, all history and all forms of writing.”

These are extremely bold claims to make; to suggest that the very first language was spoken and recorded in stone in Australia carries with it many inconvenient historical implications. Modern humanity is assumed to have had its genesis in Africa. We are told a few restless inquisitive souls set foot outside African soil some 60,000 years ago and spread their culture and genes. In this theoretical construct, there is no room for Australia to be anything other than an afterthought and merely an African colony peopled by mariners who surely spoke before setting sail to Australia.

Bulldozing Australia’s History

Despite the unpopular stance advocated by Slater, his research was meticulous and the methodology sound. More to the point, such was the strength of the case he made on behalf of this arrangement being the First Language, in 1940 representatives of the Australian Government approached the farmer and threatened to confiscate his land because of these rocks. The landholder under threat was openly sympathetic to the archaeology being done, but realised while the stones stood he would lose his land, income and livelihood. Within days of the threat by Government, the stones were reluctantly bulldozed and the land was left alone. Slater had lost his proof and not another supporting public statement was made. The whole unpleasant episode was expunged from the public arena and Slater’s correspondence was apparently lost or destroyed.

And so this historical vacuum remained… until about three months ago when local teacher Richard Patterson was rummaging through some discarded files in the back room of the local Historical Society. Amongst the accumulation of papers and documents were Slater’s letters to his on-field colleague. Soon after, Richard contacted me and my team, and so the unraveling has began.

Rudimentary Language?

The First Sacred Language that Slater claimed to have deciphered is very complex, multi-layered and at his last count of “28,000 words,” far more diverse and complicated than what could be assumed in relation to the very first language spoken on Earth. We are of the belief this complex language spread throughout most of the coastal regions of Australia unified under Southern Law.

While historical and linguistic texts propose that the first tongue was crude and limited to the most basic emotions and objects, which then slowly increased in number and sophistication, here a symbol can have four different meanings. This formalised method of communication was made up of numbers, hand signs, stone arrangements, elements, trees, letter sounds, animal shapes, etc. The intricate combination of all manner of apparently unrelated themes and disciplines creating a seamless blend into one formal script, is in contradiction to the expected rudimentary linguistic starting point, and calls into question many assumptions relating to human ascension and development.

Leaving aside that reports from the Original Elders of Lore are in accord with the integrity of Slater’s claims, the logistics, technology and labour involved in creating this mound was unparalleled in this country… and deserving of further archaeology on site. By my estimation after viewing from a discreet distance, the hundreds of tonnes of sand, clay and sandstone that make up one mound deposited on top of this flat swampy plain is not part of the local geology.

According to Slater and his co-worker, the closest deposit of sandstone was more than 20 kilometers (12 miles) away. The problem is, until the arrival of British settlers in Australia, no-one in this country had a wheel, pulley, wheelbarrow or metal chisel to cut and move the rocks 20 kilometres, and nor is there any other example in Australia of a mound or stone arrangement weighing over a tonne.

Quite simply, this Original construction doesn’t fit into any academic book or curriculum.

The Mystery of Life

What only unsettles the academic climate further is the content of the narrative contained within this stone arrangement called “The Mystery of Life.” The opening placement of stones on the southern edge, which looks very much like a medicine wheel, was interpreted by Slater to read as “guided by truth, man came to Earth through darkness from light of life that shines far off.” This extra-terrestrial theme of somebody or being coming to this planet from “far off” is repeated throughout these constructions, extolling that the “truth was brought out on wings to Earth” and “the Divine Light from afar to the Earth brings the soul to man.”

It is a site without parallel on the east coast of Australia at so many levels. The means of construction, significance, content, sacredness and real possibility that this arrangement chronicles the first time modern humans devised a formal means of expressing words and thoughts, are but some of issues that need to be investigated.

In what only adds to the intrigue, Slater is not only adamant that the ancient Egyptians were not only present (and most probably assisting in the transport of sandstone and fill) but they came in homage and reverence. He asserted that “there is no mistaking the fact that the Aborigines… gave not only to the Egyptians their knowledge and their foundation of hieroglyphics and their philosophy, but formulated the basis of all knowledge in the beginning, now and to come.”

Initial Observations

The archaeology conducted on site is still in the process of being compiled and analysed, however a few simple observations can be already offered. The chances are extremely high that this stone arrangement is an actual account of the First Sacred Language and conveys both historical details and a prophecy of times soon to come. The first mound is definitely artificial, its shape is too symmetrical, the placement on a flat swampy plain is dramatically at odds with the surrounding topography, and the sand, clay and sandstone that makes up this construction is in contradiction with its immediate geology. Throw into this mix confirmation from Original Elders and Custodians versed in Original Lore and history that this is one of, if not the, most sacred site in Australia, and we begin to see why Slater was so adamant that this is “Australia’s Stonehenge.”

Frederic Slater was an Egyptologist. He was the President of the Australian Archaeological Research and Education Society. Australian Government officials approached the landholder in 1940 and threatened to confiscate their freehold land simply because of these standing stones. These are facts. Slater’s opinions and our research of them is obviously up for debate and alternative explanations. But with the bounty of archaeology found on site and Elders confirming Slater’s translation, this stone arrangement is potentially the most sacred archaeological site in Australia.

There is no other explanation on offer.

***All Quotes from Frederic Slater’s Notes.

READ MORE ABOUT AUSTRALIA”S STONEHENGE:-

Part 2:

2) Australia’s Stonehenge: Original Elders & Custodians Share the Truth- About Ancient Stone Arrangement Site

http://forgottenorigin.com/2-australias-stonehenge-original-elders-custodians-share-the-truth-about-ancient-stone-arrangement-site

Part 3:

3) Australia’s Stonehenge: The Basis of All Knowledge? May Re-Write World History

http://forgottenorigin.com/3-australias-stonehenge-the-basis-of-all-knowledge-may-re-write-world-history

Part 4:

4) Australia’s Stonehenge: and the Great Stone Complex – As Above, So Below

http://forgottenorigin.com/4-australias-stonehenge-and-the-great-stone-complex-as-above-so-below

Part 5:

5) Australia’s Stonehenge: Frederic Slater’s Legacy

http://forgottenorigin.com/5-australias-stonehenge-frederic-slaters-legacy

25 comments

  • sophia Pearce

    I am a Barkandji woman enrolled in phd am interested in a looking at ancient burials and historical physical archaeological result are there now its time for my peoples stories to be heard

  • Allison

    Does anybody know if another circle that goes by Kunoonda? I’ve read about it but cannot seem to find its location in Australia. Thank you!

  • Peter

    There is a hidden room or rooms under the mound.

  • What do you know about the stones found south west of Melbourne a few years ago?

  • Wow this is incredibly interesting – Looking forward to hearing more about it! I would love to see this site.

  • Rich

    Firstly, love your work! It’s people like you that bring this sort of information to armchair jockeys like me, and I wish I could find the words to tell you how much I / we appreciate this. Did you guys meet Michael Tellinger when he was here recently, and are there any parallels between this site and the Southern African stone circles? Also, has anyone measured any energies / frequencies at this site? Are all the stones / rocks sandstone, and if not, what other types have you come across? Apologies for all the questions, but this is the type of thing that gets me out of bed in the morning – really interesting

    • evstrong

      Thanks for your nice comments firstly. Yes we toured Australia with Michael and co-presented a series of lectures throughout Australia. There could be some parallels awaiting to be discovered between this site and the ones in South Africa. As for energies yes def present here seen a photo of a portal opening on it. I’m rather sure all bar one stone is sandstone but ill check with Steve.Cheers.

  • Troy Pearson

    I really find this interesting and truly believe there is more to this great special country we just don’t know. The native and original Australians know

  • JHarris

    Sad that the farmer chosed money rather than knowledge, the Gov’t with their threats prob didn’t help either though. Having said that it was 1939, not too long ago, it was unlikely he’d sell those stones, prob just moved it around, hid them or (worst case) destroyed them. Surely there are remaining children or granchildren that might’ve heard something? Notes left behind? Late night tales from Grandpa or something?

  • Margaret van eyk

    I remember reading many years ago about an ancient Egyptian vessel being unearthed deep in the Blue Mtns. Does anyone remember this and any follow up on it?

    • evstrong

      Havent heard this one, but def interested

    • Paul

      Yes Margaret, Edgar Casey had at least one reading on this. Apparently the son of an Egyptian Pharaoh and his entourage were walking up a creek in the Blue Mountains and the son was bitten by a snake and died. His entourage interred him in a cave on the edge of the creek and walled him up in the cave. They wrote Egyptian hieroglyphs on the wall to tell the story. I do not know where the cave is but would like to!!

  • Thank you,my guidance via dreams and intuition is to sacred leylines here in Australia,like The Blue Mountain,Uluru and other places,I can not convey here what has been happening,but something is! The sacred 33 parallel is something to remember,I will share your article thank you 🙂

    • Carey Robertson

      Do you know of any ley lines around Launceston, TAssie?

    • Bob Paterson

      Zoolithe I like the connections that you have raised here and and I just wonder would or could this be dating back to the time of pre Australia and the separation of the Gondwana land mass because of the facts now coming to light of the interconnection via leylines and other structural similarities around the globe and with more aerial imaging and the ease of taking these images making the connection of these facts more accessible to all not just stuck away in a research lab for years
      Cheers Bob

    • evstrong

      Yes 33 keeps turning up and thanks for sharing it Cheers

  • karen smith

    is the stones still there and can people go and see it ?

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