The Out of Australia Theory:
In consultation with Elders of Australia, we believe we have rediscovered a hidden history: The Out of Australia Theory. We have written five books “Constructing a New World Map”, “Mary Magdalene’s Dreaming”, “Forgotten Origin“, “Shunned”/”Out of Australia” and “Between A Rock and a Hard Place” that rewrites the history of Australia and the world.
Our books’ main brief is to prove through the scientific fact that which the Elders insist is true. We have assembled facts about archaeological finds, and also early contact accounts, genetics, Serpent myths, Dreaming stories, Amerindian myths, parallels in religious texts, etc into one coherent theory. Unlike the authorities in one field who are limited in their specialty, we draw all the disciplines together and attempt to resolve the confusion.
Our claim is supported by genes, mtDNA, blood and many experts, that Australian Original people set sail from Australia, not to, 50,000 years ago. We claim that Australian Original people sailed to and settled in America over 40,000 years ago, and visited many other places including Egypt, Japan, Africa, India etc. They were the first Homo sapiens who evolved before the Sapiens of Africa, and who gave the world art, axes, religion, marine technology, culture, co-operative living, language and surgery.
The debate over whether they were the first people in America is virtually a closed case. Hundreds of bones and skulls have been discovered that are undeniable of “Australian Aboriginal” origin. What it all means has had even the experts mystified. Professor Clive Gamble claims we “have to construct a completely new map of the world, and how it was peopled.” We are responding to the call and attempting to clear up the confusion.
We also trace the legacy of the Australian Original Dreaming found within the mystical sects and creeds. We believe its principal elements are evident in all expressions, particularly Gnosticism.
About The Team:
Steven & Evan Strong
Steven Strong: is a secondary school teacher with a background in Archaeology and Education. He was involved in the formation of a Graduate Diploma of Aboriginal Education for the N.S.W. Department of Education, writing units on Traditional Law and Contemporary History. He also co-authored the highly successful “Aboriginal Australia: A Language and Cultural kit”. Evan Strong: has a background in Anthropology & Indigenous Cultural Studies, Counselling & Mediation with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences and Graduate Studies in Psychology. Evan has worked as a researcher for the Northern Rivers Area Health Service, a Social Worker, Teachers Aide, and a Funeral Director. They have spent many years learning, living and/or working with the Bundjalung Language Confederation (Northern Rivers Region of New South Wales), Ramindjeri (South Australia) and Gumilaroi peoples (Northern New South Wales). They operate under the doctrine of Wirritjin (Black Fella, White Fella Dreaming): In remembrance of Karno W…., spokesperson for the Ramindjeri. They work with a diverse informal network of Independent Researchers, Original Custodians/Elders, Patrons/Supporters and Friends. Steven and Evan Strong are based near Byron Bay in Northern NSW.
In March 2016, Ildi Budai officially started working for Forgotten Origin as the Manager of the authors. Ildi Budai has an extensive background in administration, small to medium-sized business office management, and marketing. Ildi also has a strong passion for ancient history and works as a field researcher and archaeological photographer for various researchers globally. Since joining the team in March 2016, Ildi has brought her knowledge of managing small business to the team, and started assisting in transforming the business into a more profitable one, helped to develop ideas in which the Forgotten Origin brand is more recognised by the public, and different formats in which information and the authors work is released to the public. Ildi is also a Tour Coordinator and a Photographer for Nomad Angel Photography. email@example.com
Erica is a Graphic Designer and Marketing Coordinator, freelancer and is a graduate of Queensland School of Printing and Graphic Arts. Erica has worked with us for years creating our event posters, logos and administrative templates. Erica is the typesetter, designer, Cover creator for our book “Between a Rock and Hard Place“. CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org