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Donny Fermor
Found at an old camp site it looks to me like its been melted into shape it one of hardest rock around Tamworth ???

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not a grinding stone or similar?

How far from town and where exactly, might take a look if I'm down in New South?

It's grind stone as sites officer never seen one like this one the rock is the same rock the kamilaroi people used as axes n spears n trade

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Biripi men cutting a bark shield from a mangrove tree with stone axe, Port Macquarie area, NSW, circa. 1905.

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We live on Biripi country, I grew up with Biripi teachings. These photos are beautiful. There's one in the collection that was sad, when they were dressed in white fellas clothing.

Its surprising how many cut outs are in the bush on trees still..

that's the vesica piscis

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Evan William Strong
8 x 0 = 0: Archaeology that Adds up to Nothing
By Steven &  Evan William Strong                                       
This article evolved out of a question which I first stumbled upon about six months ago that has no sensible answer. When discussing with my wife the intention to begin this comparison of opportunities denied with this mystery unanswered, she went to the machine I despise and asked the same question. The computerโ€™s response only confirmed what I thought, no-one had a logical explanation, no substantial scientific research has been done and due consideration has never been given...........In my genetic case, and that of many Original people who have around one twentieth of their genetic code sourced from ancient Denisovan genes, to be called solely sapien falls short. Then in what adds to the discrepancy, throw into the Original mix a dash of Neanderthal and a liberal dose of an unknown mystery gene and what this adds up to it is not โ€˜pure-bredโ€™ sapien, but something more like a genetic โ€˜dogโ€™s breakfast.โ€™... Read More here: http://forgottenorigin.com/8-x-0-0-archaeology-that-adds-up-to-nothing

8 x 0 = 0: Archaeology that Adds up to Nothing
By Steven & Evan William Strong
"This article evolved out of a question which I first stumbled upon about six months ago that has no sensible answer. When discussing with my wife the intention to begin this comparison of opportunities denied with this mystery unanswered, she went to the machine I despise and asked the same question. The computerโ€™s response only confirmed what I thought, no-one had a logical explanation, no substantial scientific research has been done and due consideration has never been given...........In my genetic case, and that of many Original people who have around one twentieth of their genetic code sourced from ancient Denisovan genes, to be called solely sapien falls short. Then in what adds to the discrepancy, throw into the Original mix a dash of Neanderthal and a liberal dose of an unknown mystery gene and what this adds up to it is not โ€˜pure-bredโ€™ sapien, but something more like a genetic โ€˜dogโ€™s breakfast.โ€™..." Read More here: forgottenorigin.com/8-x-0-0-archaeology-that-adds-up-to-nothing
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add to the equation that aparently dna can be reduced due to radio wave illness, and has possibly been also added too by aliens(past and present), and possibly black op interference aswell.. woah!

Perhaps a under the sea ancestry ๐Ÿ™‚ or now under ice.

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GetUp!
Does local MP Chris Crewther MP - Federal Member for Dunkley support wasting $1 billion in taxpayer money?

The Turnbull Government wants to hand over $1 billion in public funds to an international mining company thatโ€™s currently under investigation for corruption, tax evasion, and inflating power prices.

Demand your local MP Chris Crewther speak out against this waste of public money.
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Thanks Kylie. Sharing this.

3 days ago

Andrew Feasey

A genuine Question please:

Why were animals so huge in size during the dinosaur age compared to now?..
ie. the ancient wombat was huge but the modern wombat is small..
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More oxygen and food sources were more readily available on top of lesser competition for these resources, the animals lived like fat old kings. Now that our inland oceans and vegetation have disappeared it's become more a survival of the fittest, smaller means faster fitter and more elusive to avoid being prey! It's like reverse evolution unfortunately!

lesser gravity, may account for human giants too.

Spot on Cecelia Hall, our gravity I personally believe was a lot different, now we're all getting cancer because of this oxygen hating fungus/bacteria that is thriving in our world, I'm thinking perhaps this was one of many missing links in why these human giants died, and no one to my knowledge has ever tested their cause of death that we are allowed to know about

In a nutshell concentrated oxygen

We can also see this by looking at our fossil record if we look in areas with large cliff walls , you can easily see the early eras with more oxygenated soils

In mythologies, the people lived for centuries. It's possible that the rotation of the Earth was faster, with faster days and years, maybe with less gravity because of it, from centrifugal force reduction, and slower rotation/more gravity being added over time to the present.

I love that this group has genuine members, egoes dont rule here, sharing does, together we can solve the mysteries. Love and Peace. ๐Ÿ™‚

You will find that answer in the science of Mehran Keshe, the earths Magnetical and gravitational fields combined with those of the universe have a direct effect on the expression of living organisms. These conditions were very different back then.

Oxygen

Large insects and other air breathing arthropods in the Carboniferous were due to higher oxygen levels. Large size of dinosaurs compared to Cenozoic mammals I do not think everyone would agree upon. Myself I believe it is due to longer time spans of stable heavily vegetated areas and mammalian predation more often being able to catch up than dinosaur predation. That is, mammalian predators, I think, are more likely to be able to take down the largest herbivores at any given time. Large animals are more vulnerable to extinction than small ones. So this question relates to extinction. And the large dinosaurs went extinct a number of times, but it seems to me not as often as the largest Cenozoic mammals went extinct. In the seas we now have the almost extinct largest animals ever, the blue whales. Changes in tree types also is worth mentioning. Pines for example are not likely to support large grazing animals, and are more abundant now than in the Mesozoic. IN the tropics now, the niche for large animals grazing the tree tops is largely unfilled unlike during the Jurassic and Cretaceous.

Much higher Oxygen levels

Ohhh thats easy! ... lol...i gotta get my boy up for school but ill be back with my far out explanation that will make allll the sense in the world ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜„ . If your mind is open ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž

The need to hide and eat less with amongst the changing environment

Environment, Diet and competition.... evolution favoured a smaller creature..in the future as the environment changes so will the life that lives in it.

Something else to consider associated with the question......From Isaac Asimov Phd. The sun must have been shining on the Roman Empire much as it does today. Also it must have been shining in the age of the dinosaurs much as it does today. 'Then from another essay:- The sun is losing mass at the rate of half a million tons per second. E=Mcยฒ. Back in the 1980's on my Commodore 64 (the best computer of the day) I devised a programme that calculated the mass for millions of years and drew circles of the appropriate size. A million years ago the sun was twice the size. After that it grew every million years by a factor of 1/8. 65 million years ago the sun had swallowed Mercury. 200 million years ago it had swallowed Venus and the dinosaurs in all probability were running around in the corona. Something is definitely wrong and I suggest it's a flaw in E=Mcยฒ and the sun is not losing mass

Actually here's an out-of-left-field answer for you.

There are ways to know oxygen levels in the past. For example the number of stomatopores in gingkos. They had less in the Carboniferous than any other time.It changes over time, but does not explain why some land vertebrates were bigger in the Mesozoic than any in the Cenozoic.

The Earth was actually in a closer orbit to the Sun. Which made the Earth's effective gravity much less due to the greater pull of the Sun's gravitational field. Have a look at the 'Expanding Earth' video on you-tube. Basically the Earth was whacked out of it's inner orbit and broke apart, it's 'expansion' is the result of attaining a new equilibrium in it's new orbital position. Note that age tests on all core samples of the ocean floors show that no ocean is older than 65 million years, roughly the extinction point of the dinosaurs. I'm pretty sure that it was one of Professor Brian Cox's series where he made the comment that nothing over a relatively small weight survived the dinosaur extinction event. The original Earth sphere was about the size of Mars. This also rather suggests that the Earth is hollow to some extent and does not have a molten core. It also has 'zero' gravity at the centre. Think of a force vector diagram regarding gravity at the Earth's centre.

It is thought no or few animals over 25 kilos survived the K / T on land or sea. Plants (trees) are just as large now as in the Mesozoic.

Thanks Alan, you wouldn't happen to know the source for that information?

Oxygen levels were thicker.

Solar storms and climate change could have played a big part, Andrew?

Land arthropods pump air into their bodies by a bellow like system. It is not very efficient to get oxygen to deeper tissues. So they can get bigger if the air has more oxygen.

Imagine.... a planet covered in clear pure water..... the land masses that do exist are lush with MASSIVE vegetation ...treessss pushing through the sky hundreds of kms.... the atmosphere 'bubble ' of this planet is wiiiide ...huuge. therefore allowing anything that grows to become colossal! ..... Trees had a different chemical make up...' silica based ๐Ÿ˜‰. .the creatures also grew hiuuuuge . Suddenly the planet is discovered by a scientific race of beings...known for splicing and dicing and creating new slave races for their own greed . They begin their experiments using the existing creatures of the planet.... they needed new slaves to mine this resourse rich place ! ...... so they created them... but thats another story...lol... soooo they mined and cut everything down with massive alien machinery. . They felled the giant trees and took them away along with half the water..... the planet wobbled on its axis.... stuff happened..... thennn the planet tilted...stopped...and began rotating in the other direction . The removal of the massive trees and water had altered the atmosphere...shrunk it in and levelled it out ! ... Then the planet was renamed Earth...and put in cosmic chains ! .... ๐Ÿ˜‰ ... imagine ~ ~ ~

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awesome. ๐Ÿ™‚

so proud of you Ildi Budai

Missed it. Is there anywhere to rewatch

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3 days ago

Wilson Harvey
Another marked rock that appears to show a kangaroo, found just near the other

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If turn you around it look like a dhinawan but if you turn again it look like a bay a river a leg a shooting star

Message stone I'm thinking, depicting there are kangaroos in that area, and the area to hunt, and the stone is generally left for the next mob that comes through to find it and so on. An amazing from of communication to avoid wasted energies looking for food and water for example. Especially in harsh desert climates where resources are key to survival, aboriginal people certainly looked after each other.

You are sharp eyed, keep finding more of these stones!

Where did u find it??

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Ngarrindjeri (?) elder in possum or kangaroo skin cloak wielding parrying shield and leangle, circa. 1870s.

Weapons were not only effective in their respective functions but also incredibly decorative, and this is true throughout Australia including the Torres Strait Islands.

This shield is furnished with incised lozenges and other geometric patterns reminiscent of carvings found on trees (dendroglyphs) and the leangle has a wonderfully carved beehive handle.

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Tr Knudtson thought you might like this

Two men in heavy fur coats in a bark canoe, Victoria, circa. 1870.

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Great photos , but also very sad

True we had the opportunity to learn so much and live simple. Never seen anything like the pictures offered on IDIDJ Australia pg.

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This is typical traditional clothing worn during the colder months in the south-east and southern parts of Australia.

Here a Ngarrindjeri mother Teenminnie in possum skin cloak carries her toddler on her back, Adelaide region, South Australia, circa. 1870s.

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Looks like shack y ?

Pritji Ngarrindjeri mim:ini Translation.. Proud Ngarrindjeri woman

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Traditional headdress worn by three men from Darnley Island (Erub), Torres Straits Islands, 1921.

Interestingly, TI culture and people are more similar to that on Papua New Guinea than to mainland Australia.

Photo credit: Frank Hurley

"Also to add to the content for the post....our TSI dreaming stories, pre colonisation kinship relations & trading encompasses and is connected between islands & further to both PNG & mainland Australia Cape York. Which might not be known by many too who read this post still evident & maintained today" - see comment below by Suane.
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Look at those bishop's mitres.

4 days ago

Donny Fermor

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welcome brother. ๐Ÿ™‚ in the files menu is some sister groups to this group, all are good. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Thanks brother as a sites officer I know the rules

Now I know where seen one of the signs b4 one that looks like a train track a site down the road from me!!!

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Igloo-shaped Torres Strait Islander housing circa. late 1890s-early 1900s.

In the tropics, such a structure makes sense and would best withstand cyclones and heavy storms.

Photo credit: Henry William Mobsby
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3 days ago

Alan VanArsdale

Quote from a new paper "Dr Argue said the analyses could also support the theory that Homo floresiensis could have branched off earlier in the timeline, more than 1.75 million years ago.

"If this was the case Homo floresiensis would have evolved before the earliest Homo habilis, which would make it very archaic indeed," she said."
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4 days ago

Ros Mulder
Copeland NSW scene of a great gold rush in the 1800s. What isnt let known was that it was an Aboriginal Youth who discovered the gold. He was in a team of Cedar Cutters in the area when he was sent to wash the dinner bowls at the river, when he returned they noticed there was alluvial gold in the bottom of the bowl. Nothing was said after this for fear of reprisal with the law, until a few years later when The Government issued a reward for the discovery of gold. Then the two Cedar Cutters came forward and claimed the reward. Nothing is mentioned of the Aboriginal youth who had discovered it.
If anyone is interested in doing a story on this and the Copeland Aboriginal History let me know as I have acccess to information and a gold mine. 
Aboriginal People have always been left out of discoveries in White mans version of History its time that people learnt how much of our History is because of them.

Copeland NSW scene of a great gold rush in the 1800's. What isn't let known was that it was an Aboriginal Youth who discovered the gold. He was in a team of Cedar Cutters in the area when he was sent to wash the dinner bowls at the river, when he returned they noticed there was alluvial gold in the bottom of the bowl. Nothing was said after this for fear of reprisal with the law, until a few years later when The Government issued a reward for the discovery of gold. Then the two Cedar Cutters came forward and claimed the reward. Nothing is mentioned of the Aboriginal youth who had discovered it.
If anyone is interested in doing a story on this and the Copeland Aboriginal History let me know as I have acccess to information and a gold mine.
Aboriginal People have always been left out of discoveries in White man's version of History it's time that people learnt how much of our History is because of them.
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very cool brother. ๐Ÿ™‚

Wow

Sad story , be nice to have the actual history told .

I will private message you Ros happy to write this and donate proceeds to what ever aboriginal association you choose ...be my pleasure xx I'm a good writer and also good amateur photographer will make sure I put my heart into it xxx

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There was no ink tattooing tradition in Aboriginal Australia but body decoration in other forms were common especially tribal scarring (cicatrisation).

These two men were from the Kimberley, WA, pictured here circa. 1910.

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Clever Men

Gunwinggu region, men with such markings could swim through crocodile waters unharmed. The ripples (markings) put a song into the water as you move through it (swim) and the crocodile would be 'wary' or 'respectful' of the vibration. That's the succinct Lore story, though the actual dynamics of relationship within that story is going to be a lot longer to cover.

The one on the left appears to have a nose more like Africans or European

Random question, but were women scarred too? For initiation and such?

I have an uncle friend from lochardt river mob(far N.E Qld), who has chest scars..

Some US plains tribes and others still practice chest scarring. For example dragging and then tearing out buffalo skulls worn during a vision quest and attached through the flesh in the back by cords.

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6 days ago

Shayneand Hala
Just wanted to share this photo I took in my back yard yesterday .... just a cloud or an Original Elder looking over the land ...? In my heart its the latter ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝโค๏ธ

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Thank you for the approval Belinda Rich ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ

Holding the world in his hands,,,,

you suffer from pareidolia. I do too

I also have Paradolia. I wonder if it is a blessing, OR not? This photo is off a book cover. It's easy to see an elder looking down.

What's paradolia??

Once upon a time I was at a friends placed near boonah in S.E. Qld. When I left to go home(little mt edward on lake moogerah), about a 2 hr walk away, a storm developed(moogerah means place where storms begin), I felt a need to beat the storm home, so I jogged home, when I reached the ridge of th mountain I lived on just above it was clearly an ancient original elders face in that storm, on the war path was my feeling at that time, so I ran the rest of the way, just got to my front door and then the rain thundered down in a torrent. This was one of my experiences where I felt part of the living dreamtime. Im a believer. ๐Ÿ™‚

Recently, my friend (who lives right across the road from Hanging Rock) asked me to come to her place for the weekend, as Bruce Springsteen was playing there. We were sitting in her paddock, listening to the music, and I was looking at the rock, as it had been illuminated and was looking sensational. I was telling her that I see faces of people everywhere in nature, which she replied "what a lot of b..s", being the sceptic that she is! Anyway, on the rock I could see an elder, complete with ochre face and body painting. When I pointed it out to her, she was astounded, as she could see him too. I googled Hanging Rock, and discovered it was a ceremonial meeting place for the Kulin Nation, and I even found a photo of a Wurundjeri man with the same ochre painting. I think it is a blessing ๐Ÿ™‚

Took this few days after Christmas.. the guitar gods want to play with me .. I hope ..

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6IrMjfbh6EWho were the first Americans? Where did they come from? When did they first arrive here? This BBC documentary answers those questions. Scientist were stunned... ... See MoreSee Less

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Interesting post thank you Evan

7 days ago

Alan VanArsdale

The authors have two proposals to explain their Y chromosome discovery in Africa. The first, interbreeding with Neandertals or Denisovans (or presumably some other lineagse in Africa not mentioned). The other that modern humans are much older than the fossil record indicates. In modern genetics it is not thought there is much if any Denisovan or Neandertal genes in Africa (I am sure there is, just less than other places). What to me this points to is just what I have already suggested. That modern human lineages are much older than the African fossil record, because the older ones are in Asia. They could also be in Africa or in Australia, in any of the three cases, they are not recognized in the fossil record at this time. ... See MoreSee Less

Biripi warrior and hunter in ceremonial body paint with shield, boomerangs, spear thrower and spear from around Port Macquarie, NSW, circa. 1905.

We have been getting requests for help to track down certain photos from certain areas, tribes and clans and we're always happy to see what we can come up with if you give us enough information to go by.

Our ancestors whether they were Biripi, Tiwi, Yolngu, Yorta Yorta, Italian, Scottish, Irish, Chinese, Greek, Egyptian or any combination of these and others make us who we are so here's to our forebears, we would not be here without them!

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There were all sorts of housing structures made throughout Australia, some more stable and permanent than others.

These mia mia are from the Tully River region in northern Queensland and look particularly well made.

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7 days ago

Alan VanArsdale

A human lice divegence at 1.18 million years by a genetic clock model. The older form seen only in the New World. The authors propose an explanation. I see another possibility. When the Americas were first settled, South America from Australia (which is well established it is thought at about 28,000 years ago, genetic and fossil human evidence in South America for this), the lice came from Australia. And remained the dominant louse in the Americas. In Australia the newer form for the rest of the World migrated in after the migration to South America, replacing the older form of louse in Australia. Again, the biological clock only gives an idea (usually), of the timing of the divergence. Does not tell where it happened. All we really know from this is some how, the Americas have a MUCH older form of lice than the rest of the World. It is also possible lie did not get established in the New World, and these are from Asiatic apes or humans other than modern Homo, in the Americas close enough to humans to transfer lice to them. Lice do jump host types, but they tend to stay with their hosts over time once established in that host without letting other forms come on unless the niche becomes vacant. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Alan VanArsdale
Hypothetical time line of human evolution / Asia includes Europe and Australia in my hypothesis

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UNPLUGGED with DEE and ANNIE - 
THE PHENOMENA OF GIANTS with Cecelia Hall 
4-18-2017
Direct link to show:
http://www.spreaker.com/โ€ฆ/unplugged-w-dee-annie-1-cecelia-hโ€ฆ 
This is an excellent launch of Unplugged, because the energy is there between everyone in the studio. Three continents and a very small Island next to a Very Big island they call Scotland. Modern Tech is a marvel. We hope you enjoy the insights that are shared by the Queen Snakes of the USOKS Den.
Cecelias Links: 
https://ceesblog.wordpress.com/โ€ฆ/23/reports-of-giant-burials

UNPLUGGED with DEE and ANNIE -
THE PHENOMENA OF GIANTS with Cecelia Hall
4-18-2017
Direct link to show:
www.spreaker.com/โ€ฆ/unplugged-w-dee-annie-1-cecelia-hโ€ฆ
This is an excellent launch of Unplugged, because the energy is there between everyone in the studio. Three continents and a very small Island next to a Very Big island they call Scotland. Modern Tech is a marvel. We hope you enjoy the insights that are shared by the Queen Snakes of the USOKS Den.
Cecelia's Links:
ceesblog.wordpress.com/โ€ฆ/23/reports-of-giant-burialsUNPLUGGED with DEE and ANNIE -
THE PHENOMENA OF GIANTS with Cecelia Hall
4-18-2017
Direct link to show:
www.spreaker.com/user/8856752/unplugged-w-dee-annie-1-cecelia-hall-and
This is an excellent launch of Unplugged, because the energy is there between everyone in the studio. Three continents and a very small Island next to a Very Big island they call Scotland. Modern Tech is a marvel. We hope you enjoy the insights that are shared by the Queen Snakes of the USOKS Den.
Cecelia's Links:
ceesblog.wordpress.com/2014/06/23/reports-of-giant-burials
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Aboriginal Skies on tour. Coming to UW Planetarium, Laramie. 27, 28 April 8 pm.
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2 weeks ago

Abo Yosaf
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Where in Egypt?

Aswan

Wow! My son found a rock similar to this (the ones with the engraved circle) in our yard while we were building

This is the stone that my son found

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1 week ago

Abo Yosaf
From egypt aswan

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What is this?

This frhone stone

Thank you for you reply Mohamed ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ I'm just learning and coming to understand such things and what their purposes are/were. Very interesting

Hash

Those are great Mohamed ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ

Wow Rodney!

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Egyptology Temple
The Oldest Film Footage of the Sphinx of Giza (1897) Very Rare.
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Is it me , but dose it look to have an opening under the ear ?

2 weeks ago

Bob Newton

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2 weeks ago

Jack Mac Nab
Did the ancient Egyptians know that Oak Island was very close to being halfway between the Equator and the North Pole? Was the azimuth line that starts at the Great Pyramid, going across Oak Island and connecting to teh Washington Temaple, the Egyptian concept of deviding the earth into two-halfs? This azimuth line when extented from Oak Island, going across Oak Island eventually appears to connect to New Zealand and the Great Pyramid. The meaning the azimuth line from the Great Pyramid to teh Great Pyramid via Oak Island has made a complete circle of the earth. Did the ancinet Eygptian have this kind of knowledge. I believe so. At this point in time this should be only view as an investigation on my part.

Did the ancient Egyptians know that Oak Island was very close to being halfway between the Equator and the North Pole? Was the azimuth line that starts at the Great Pyramid, going across Oak Island and connecting to teh Washington Temaple, the Egyptian concept of deviding the earth into two-halfs? This azimuth line when extented from Oak Island, going across Oak Island eventually appears to connect to New Zealand and the Great Pyramid. The meaning the azimuth line from the Great Pyramid to teh Great Pyramid via Oak Island has made a complete circle of the earth. Did the ancinet Eygptian have this kind of knowledge. I believe so. At this point in time this should be only view as an investigation on my part. ... See MoreSee Less

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Here is a short clip from the YouTube video Chariods of the Gods

van daneiken started my journey back in th day, I was ostricized for sharin that knowledge back then, FB has many negatives, but is a powerful eye openner and sharing fascilitator, these days I dont feel like a freak anymore for alternate views. ๐Ÿ™‚

From Giza to Giza! For those of you live in Austrailia and New Zealand, you might find this short Google Earth video interesting.

Here is the Great Pyramid and the Washington Temple connection.

Can you show me the line over New Zealand please

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2 weeks ago

Richard Gabriel

Thank you Michael Langley for providing your (Australia) article and another excellent target for photo-analysis. See the story and the full reveal here ::: the-walls-of-ancient-record.blog/2017/04/14/a-language-of-the-ancients-australia/ ... See MoreSee Less

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It looked like a face to me. Maybe on a different angle it would more so.

Maybe I just see faces in everything...

The stone wall it was leaning against, looked interesting as well. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Different levels Melody. The rock was carved with figuring on a gross level. Then illustrations and faint etchings were used to create cameo scenes within the spaces. Finally micro images were used to fill every blank space remaining. At each level the sub-images were carefully woven to accommodate the next level of images. As indicated in the blog feature - it is only possible to study the micro cameos and imagery if each picture is saved/as to your own full computer screen to be examined at even greater magnification. Each level is a world of its own, but compliments the theme of the grosser images they are a part of... The delineation is also done at micro level, with the drawing lines at one or two pixel width ...and the shading is simply for greater emphasis of the focal depth of the images.:::::: Take another look at the adjusted version of picture you featured above. It took every ounce of willpower to resist drilling right down into the micro/fractal images. I had tried to concentrate on the larger carved forms on the surface... Look as deep (enlarged) as you can to get to the detail that is there :::::: (With thanks for the feedback.. I have tagged this to the blog)

Thank-you. I can see a lot more of it in that, compared to the already zoomed in versions that i viewed in the post. I couldn't tell what I was looking at for some reason.

There really is a lot of dimensions to it. Interesting. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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We try to uncover hidden aspects of Australian history and to bring to light imagery from the past that would otherwise remain unseen in archives, private collections, libraries and universities...

Here is an interesting photo of Aboriginal men in 1888 from the Lake Killalpaninna region, South Australia, and a story about whose law applies in this land.

Notes relating to the photo:

"The natives in the accompanying photograph were members of five different tribes living near Lake Killalpaninna, west of Koppera-manna Mission Station in 1888.

The eleven who are standing, and the one seated at each end, with another named Woolpappina, (14 in all) were charged at the Port Augusta Criminal Court on 22nd November 1888 with having murdered a native named Nadlajeppera.

The 'murder' was really an act of tribal justice executed upon Nadlajeppera because he was believed to have caused the death of Woolpappina's son by pointing a bone at him.

The prisoners were all aquitted with the exception of Woolpappina, who not only admitted that he had speared the deceased, but claimed the honour of having been the first to spear him.

Though sentence of death had to be pronounced on Woolpappina the punishent was afterwards commuted to a short term of imprisonment by the Governor in Council.

The names of the prisoners were: Woolpappina (not in the photograph), Wallaby, Stjena, Nollapannina, Terrilena, Zourakachinna, Pillipunkana, Kunyanarrina, Warkoo-war-Koona, Willa-willana, Jerke-lina, Kantonunga, Poode-wampana and Nappawirrana. The four seated figures in the centre of the picture were witnesses in the case. Only three of them were called. The names of these were August Mowellena, Emanuel Patramorana and Joshua Packatana...".

Photo credit: James Taylor
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The amount of clothing worn varied throughout Australia depending on climate. In cooler regions, coverings made from possum and other marsupial species were used whereas the tropical north required only minimal if any clothing.

Here, a South Australia man is seen wearing a kangaroo fur cloak, circa. 1876.

He carries a finely made woven bag and is equipped with a shield, club and boomerang, all superbly crafted. These are essential items for a hunter/warrior.

Photo credit: Samuel White Sweet
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Possun fur is hollow and therefore doesn't freeze so was used in colder places. Kangaroo fur is used in warmer climates as it is prone to freezing and not keeping people warm.

what a magnificent man. ๐Ÿ™‚

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