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Hey guys...am really excited about webinar!! Would love for my kids to see. How long will it go for? Need to reorganise so they can attend. Thanks x

Is there a link so I can book

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Hello steven

Think about what the answer is. Think....

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6 months ago

Evan William Strong
Putting all the Pieces Back Together: Australias Stonehenge
By Steven & Evan Strong
We are utterly convinced that the Standing Stones complex is the most important archaeological site in Australia, if not the world. Acclaimed as the “oldest temple in the world”(1) and location where language, culture and esoteric wisdom began, this place demands to be recognised as a national treasure. Alas, that has not happened, simply because without the appearance of the actual rocks that once stood on the main mound and the hundreds of inter-connected stone arrangements, it seems the authorities will not act.
That was then, not now. With the strong chance the larger rocks taken from the principal mound have now been located, the most impressive feature that must be addressed relates to the tonnage and size of individual rocks. The only certainty found within the logistics of extraction, transportation and placement of thousands of tonnes of basalt on the mound in ancient days, is that such processes sit outside the reach of any mainstream historical version of pre-Cook Australia. Any explanation for what is now revealed in such unexpectedly huge dimensions must include metal blades, sophisticated means of transport, pulleys, wheels and all manner of supposedly exotic devices operating in a land of sticks and stones. Read More at:- http://forgottenorigin.com/putting-all-the-pieces-back-together-australias-stonehenge

Putting all the Pieces Back Together: Australia's Stonehenge

By Steven & Evan Strong
We are utterly convinced that the Standing Stones complex is the most important archaeological site in Australia, if not the world. Acclaimed as the “oldest temple in the world”(1) and location where language, culture and esoteric wisdom began, this place demands to be recognised as a national treasure. Alas, that has not happened, simply because without the appearance of the actual rocks that once stood on the main mound and the hundreds of inter-connected stone arrangements, it seems the authorities will not act.
That was then, not now. With the strong chance the larger rocks taken from the principal mound have now been located, the most impressive feature that must be addressed relates to the tonnage and size of individual rocks. The only certainty found within the logistics of extraction, transportation and placement of thousands of tonnes of basalt on the mound in ancient days, is that such processes sit outside the reach of any mainstream historical version of pre-Cook Australia. Any explanation for what is now revealed in such unexpectedly huge dimensions must include metal blades, sophisticated means of transport, pulleys, wheels and all manner of supposedly exotic devices operating in a land of sticks and stones. Read More at:- forgottenorigin.com/putting-all-the-pieces-back-together-australias-stonehenge
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The Gympie Pyramid Story is very interesting too. I would like to visit it soon as I live not too far away from Gympie here in Queensland.

I hope that it can be brought back to its former glory. I plan on being down that way in a few months time. It would be amazing to go to this site. Thanks Evan 🙂

When I visited Boat Mountain for the first time in recent years, I was surprised how it looked more like a big ridge. It is only about 5 metres wide by I.3 km long. But in ancient times it would have been wider. It did seem to be man made to me because of it's unusual formation. I can see Boat Mountain from my kitchen window as I type this. There are many mound like hills nearby too that look to be like burial places. When I visited Boat Mountain last year in May I took my 20 year old nephew Brad with me. Something amazing happened when we were walking up on the mountain about halfway, a black scrub beetle (roach) crossed our path and came to me. I let it walk into my hand and it kind of gave me a happy feeling because I sensed that it wanted to connect and greet me also. It was quite heavy and so shiny too. I even took a short video of it playing in my hand. But unfortunately the video wasn't clear and the couple of photos I also took were on my old computer when it crashed last June. Surprisingly on our way back from looking at the other end of Boat Mountain, my nephew said 'look there is your beetle friend looking for you again' I picked up that cute beetle again for a couple of minutes and then I buried under all the leaves again. I did want to keep it but I thought I should put it back there in a safe spot on that mountain. I did feel something kind of spiritual about that dark glossy beetle and that was why I decided to leave it there. I always remember the second time I picked it up especially because it had a dog like behaviour as it was kind of like sniffing madly and looking up at me. My nephew saw that too and was amazed at it too. Now after that strange beetle event last year and what I know now (spiritually) means that I definitely have an ancient connection to a BEETLE. It must be the SCARAB beetle!

There is so much mystery about the Gympie Pyramid too. Many people including experts from around the world have visited there too. I feel the need to go there for the first time soon too!

excellent websit e article brother Evan; forgottenorigin.com/putting-all-the-pieces-back-together-australias-stonehenge It gives a good update on caretakership and ownership.. regarding the need for a geologist.. perhaps Indonesian geologist Dr Danny Hilman Natawidjaja that was instrumental in the Gunung Padang site in Java could be involved?..

Trakka JClarke you heard about this?

was portal along w englands?

This is amazing ! Please keep us updated on the project

They rebuilt stonehenge...did you know that?

Yes!

when they rebuilt Stonehenge in the 1950's, they used the modern s9lstice to line it up - therevy denying us where the real original solstice had been. We could have worked out a great deal had we been privelege to the original December solstice

Evan if & when we get to a point of rebuiling this structure.. I have To earth moving equipment that would be able to most of work needed.. We might have to hire for the biggest pieces..

Bother Rob... 🙂

Andy Porter that is a kind offer will def get back to you when and hopefully we come to that stage 🙂

I sense there are a lot of people sitting on the side lines @ this point ready to support .. If this structure was important enough to disass.. Then it is even more im to to reassemble... This will take time & preparation to Bing

back to lighr x

Bring back to Light .. blessings x

Has the remote sensing satellite images been integrated into a GIS/LIS like ArcInfo yet?

We must also wonder what happens when things are interfered with such as taking away original markers/monuments? Look how massive things have been stolen from Egypt and are now standing in other countries. As we now know more about their purposes on energy lines (ley lines). I also read an article years ago on the Great Sphinx, and learned that there used to be a big ruby inside it that would energize the whole monument at different times with the sun. Most likely when the sun was in the sign of Aries or Leo because of the big red gem being a 'fire' stone. So could this also mean a positive connection with the planet Mars too? Remember that strange face on Mars? I also read that some believe that it is Tut's face on the Great Sphinx today. Well why wouldn't it be considering that we now know that he was the Son of God, not Jesus!

Daine Runnalls

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3 days ago

Jack Mac Nab

youtu.be/nanydMmXgwQThis site is located about a 1/2 hour drive from where I live here in Klagenfurt Austria. It is believed that this site is 4-5000 years old. ... See MoreSee Less

Ramindjeri Culture Keepers-
Round the Table Discussion about Karno and Culture Centre
Video for webinar- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xy7dxfdwmUY 
Register Now- https://app.webinarjam.net/register/40269/646b758ac3
It will be a cross between reminiscing about the words, deeds and impact Karno had on others and the Original Culture and a discussion about the Ramindjeri legacy and how it will be protected and honoured through the Culture centre on Karta (Kangaroo Island).
“Christine Walker is the anchor of this cultural space since the passing of her husband not very long ago.  Their union represented their envisioning of the concept of Wirritjin they created together.  Their love created a space of unity within which the seed of Wirritjin was planted.  The seed we wish to nurture for future generations.  Indeed, Spirit knows no colour.   
Christine has been an integral part of the Dreaming of Wirritjin, the vision of the Wulde Waiirri Murray Lagoon Sanctury on Kangaroo Island and the planning of the Ramindjeri Cultural Centre.  She is also on the Ramindjeri Council monitoring Ancestral Lands and documents mens and womens ceremonial sites.  She is overseeing this community development project to preserve the Ramindjeri culture for posterity and to keep the spirit of Wirritjin alive.
Unbulara (Viv Greenshields) was Karnos Aunty and also his Elder.  Unbulara is also a respected Elder of the Ramindjeri people and is Chair of the Ramindjeri Heritage Association.  She touches on the impact the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) has had on the Ramindjeri case and shares Karnos passion and strength in her story.” Louise Clarke.
Wirritjin Stephen Robertson and Curt Yalpo Mountain have been working with Karno for some considerable time on many cultural and historical matters. Both were given a full three day ceremony and were chosen to carry on the work Karno was involved in. Their role combined is to maintain the Ramindjeri legacy Karno so fiercely defended. Ceremony, magic, Old Way sensibilities and the real truth regarding the Original path are but some of their concerns and inspiration.
Article Links:
https://www.gofundme.com/wirritjin
http://forgottenorigin.com/its-time-to-go-home-karta-is-waiting
http://forgottenorigin.com/its-time-the-fate-of-the-ramindjeri
http://forgottenorigin.com/wirritjin-spirit-knows-no-colour
http://forgottenorigin.com/divide-and-conquer-the-fate-of-karta-kangaroo-island
http://forgottenorigin.com/the-irish-club-adelaide-crossing-the-divide
http://forgottenorigin.com/from-the-beginning-article-by-steven-evan-strong-with-karno-walker-ramindjeri-spokesperson

Ramindjeri Culture Keepers-
Round the Table Discussion about Karno and Culture Centre

Video for webinar- www.youtube.com/watch?v=xy7dxfdwmUY
Register Now- app.webinarjam.net/register/40269/646b758ac3

It will be a cross between reminiscing about the words, deeds and impact Karno had on others and the Original Culture and a discussion about the Ramindjeri legacy and how it will be protected and honoured through the Culture centre on Karta (Kangaroo Island).

Christine Walker is the anchor of this cultural space since the passing of her husband not very long ago. Their union represented their envisioning of the concept of Wirritjin they created together. Their love created a space of unity within which the seed of Wirritjin was planted. The seed we wish to nurture for future generations. Indeed, Spirit knows no colour.

Christine has been an integral part of the Dreaming of Wirritjin, the vision of the Wulde Waiirri Murray Lagoon Sanctury on Kangaroo Island and the planning of the Ramindjeri Cultural Centre. She is also on the Ramindjeri Council monitoring Ancestral Lands and documents men's and women's ceremonial sites. She is overseeing this community development project to preserve the Ramindjeri culture for posterity and to keep the spirit of Wirritjin alive.

Unbulara (Viv Greenshields) was Karno's Aunty and also his Elder. Unbulara is also a respected Elder of the Ramindjeri people and is Chair of the Ramindjeri Heritage Association. She touches on the impact the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) has had on the Ramindjeri case and shares Karno's passion and strength in her story.” Louise Clarke.

Wirritjin Stephen Robertson and Curt Yalpo Mountain have been working with Karno for some considerable time on many cultural and historical matters. Both were given a full three day ceremony and were chosen to carry on the work Karno was involved in. Their role combined is to maintain the Ramindjeri legacy Karno so fiercely defended. Ceremony, magic, Old Way sensibilities and the real truth regarding the Original path are but some of their concerns and inspiration.

Article Links:
www.gofundme.com/wirritjin
forgottenorigin.com/its-time-to-go-home-karta-is-waiting
forgottenorigin.com/its-time-the-fate-of-the-ramindjeri
forgottenorigin.com/wirritjin-spirit-knows-no-colour
forgottenorigin.com/divide-and-conquer-the-fate-of-karta-kangaroo-island
forgottenorigin.com/the-irish-club-adelaide-crossing-the-divide
forgottenorigin.com/from-the-beginning-article-by-steven-evan-strong-with-karno-walker-ramindjeri...
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Adam Hogan book here 😊

Impressive ancient Assyrian / Babylonian artifacts !
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Impressive ancient Assyrian / Babylonian artifacts !
www.facebook.com/JjAinsworthAncientSymbolResearch/
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Jj AinsworthImpressive ancient Assyrian / Babylonian artifacts !
www.facebook.com/JjAinsworthAncientSymbolResearch/
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5 days ago

Bruce Stegiel

Interesting revision on Neanderthal populations.

New look at archaic DNA rewrites the story of human evolution
Researchers at the University of Utah created a new way to analyse DNA which recreates the early history of ancient human-like populations including Neanderthals and Denisovans.
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Enter the world where most mainstream academics fear to tread.......We are blessed to have such renowned international speakers Klaus Dona and Bob Newton for our 2nd Webinar. Coupled with Original custodians:- Ramindjeri Spokespeople (Christine Walker, Wirritjin Stephen Robertson and Curt Yalpo Mountain) with award winning musician and activist Jingki (Kerrianne Cox). 
Its All About Australia: Our First Steps (Part 2) From Steven, Evan William Strong and Ildi Budai 
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Enter the world where most mainstream academics fear to tread.......We are blessed to have such renowned international speakers Klaus Dona and Bob Newton for our 2nd Webinar. Coupled with Original custodians:- Ramindjeri Spokespeople (Christine Walker, Wirritjin Stephen Robertson and Curt Yalpo Mountain) with award winning musician and activist Jingki (Kerrianne Cox).
"It's All About Australia: Our First Steps (Part 2)" From Steven, Evan William Strong and Ildi Budai
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Hi I have sent your page a message with some question. Please check your private messenger

ANYONE who andorses (would-be) "Queen" Jingki is entirely out of step with proper law/lore and culture. She is NOT the "Queen" of this continent - maybe "Queen" of her own mob, but CERTAINLY not my mob.

ANYONE who endorses "queen" Jingki is entirely out of step with Lore and culture.......a fool who claims to be the "queen" over this continent.

Mark McMurtrie Take your responses on issue's you have with other activists elsewhere! This is not about yours or others internal politics. This is about the webinar on telling the truth of our people and with the help of all our mob across the country. We did not come from Africa! If you believe that then you are not fully in touch with tradition/lore. You are being handed your thoughts and information straight from the ignorant white man's head. Who already has idiots out there making claims like we came from Africa years ago and wiped out the pygmies. That the Indians wiped out the original people in the U.S and that the Ancient Egyptians where white! Even groups like the KKK are promoting false information. Anyone can attend the webinar. Who cares if Kerri Anne is attending.I would say the same to her if she said something about you attending! And so I guess your saying the other people attending from around the country don't know what they are talking about either. Only you and your mob. Wake up!

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UWA Research Week 2017

<With over 50 diverse events on offer, it is a great opportunity for you to come and see the sorts of problems we are working on, the connections we have with international researchers and to learn about the cutting- edge facilities we have here.

This year's featured researcher is Professor Jo McDonald, Director Centre for Rock Art Research + Management. During Research Week we will be highlighting her and her team's research in Aboriginal rock art in the Dampier Archipelago in a number of activities in the program.

The week will kick off on Monday 4 September with events in the Research Week marquee, located on Great Court. We are excited to welcome Elders and rangers from the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation who will be performing and discussing Dreamtime stories. As well, we will be joined by Noongar Radio’s 2 Norty Broz who will be broadcasting live from the marquee.>

UWA Research Week 2017Sep 4, 9:00amThe University of Western AustraliaVisit UWA from 4 - 8 September for UWA Research Week when we showcase UWA research and its impact on local and global communities.

With over 50 diverse events on offer, it is a great opportunity for you to come and see the sorts of problems we are working on, the connections we have with international researchers and to learn about the cutting- edge facilities we have here.

This year's featured researcher is Professor Jo McDonald, Director Centre for Rock Art Research + Management. During Research Week we will be highlighting her and her team's research in Aboriginal rock art in the Dampier Archipelago in a number of activities in the program.

The week will kick off on Monday 4 September with events in the Research Week marquee, located on Great Court. We are excited to welcome Elders and rangers from the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation who will be performing and discussing Dreamtime stories. As well, we will be joined by Noongar Radio’s 2 Norty Broz who will be broadcasting live from the marquee.

Be part of the live audience and enjoy the atmosphere in what will be a mammoth week of events.

For more information about what’s happening during UWA Research Week and to register for events, visit: goo.gl/zXPJuK
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Laura McDuff gonna go see ur lambs

I was bullied at this university by a group of students for 5 years and i am yet to receive an apology or any form of compensation. Would i reccommend this university? Definately not.

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From Bob Newton a cool vid introducing his segment of the upcoming webinar, Register now: app.webinarjam.net/register/40269/646b758ac3

The Rogue Researcher
I made a video introducing myself and spoke about the Webnar Conference I will be doing on the 19th of August. Check it out.
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Ngurrara Native Title claimants mob painting country and sitting on country, Fitzroy Crossing, WA.

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1 week ago

Daniel Shtern

The experiment with the «Wands of Ra» and the aura on VIDEO. (ENGLISH VERSION). www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mjwJZ4lWmg&t=35s
Research topic: the influence of the "Wands of Ra" exposed in the pyramid on the energetical and physical structure of the human body.
Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) is the computer recording and analysis of luminescence induced by biological objects when stimulated by an electromagnetic field with amplification in a gas discharge.
On the basis of the GDV method, a group of scientists headed by Professor KG Korotkov (ITMO, St. Petersburg) the GDV Camera device was developed. GDV auracamera was clinically tested, entered in the state register of medical equipment and certified by the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.Research topic: the influence of the "Wands of Ra" exposed in the pyramid on the energetical and physical structure of the human body. ►Wands of RA website -...
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=xy7dxfdwmUY Check out our promo. video for our next webinar. Please share around to the other groups, pages and to friends you all might think would be interested. This stands to be a great webinar with an awesome array of speakers, but we need your help....
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Awesome work guys, I shall share like crazy once I finish work. Absolutely brilliant 🙂

Benn Hallett

The didjeridoo music and tapping sticks really touch the soul.

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A sacred site, known as Murujuga, is home to the world’s largest collection of rock art but is under threat from the mining industry. This award-nominated documentary highlights the battle undertaken by the people of Western Australia’s Pilbara region to protect the Burrup Peninsula.
#ConnectionToCountry airs Sunday, 6 August at 8.30pm on @NITV & 9.30pm on @SBS Australia. #YouAreHere
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A sacred site, known as Murujuga, is home to the world’s largest collection of rock art but is under threat from the mining industry. This award-nominated documentary highlights the battle undertaken by the people of Western Australia’s Pilbara region to protect the Burrup Peneinsula. #ConnectionToCountry airs Sunday, 6 August at 8.30pm on NITV & 9.30pm on SBS Australia. #YouAreHere
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2 weeks ago

Alan VanArsdale

A summary
1. What all humans are today, comes from many events of different races of "archaic" humans meeting and mixing. Even mixing with apes, though the only genetic proof of this is that we mixed with chimps about 4 million years ago. So we are what is called a mosaic, a mixture of features of many peoples and apes over millions of years of time. Chinese paleoanthropologists have long been the strongest for the multiregional hypothesis, to show that features of Homo erectus in China still can be seen today more in Asian people than other races. I can see features in living humans, which define our living races (through small amounts of genes from apes, and much larger amounts from our local ancestors who were archaic humans), coming from many extinct races of archaic and modern humans, and many types of apes also. When Gigantopithecines (some of them our size, others were giants the largest apes we know about ever to live), were first moved in an article from being a type of human to a type of ape, the article touched upon this. Their dental features are more common today in areas they are known to have lived than in other places such as Europe or Africa. "Out of Africa" is incorrect, first they said we only come from Africa 60,000 years ago, now they say we have tiny bit of genes from three types of archaic humans from outside of Africa, this is still completely wrong. We do come some from Africa in the last 60,000 to 200,000 years, but we are also made up of many other peoples, many of whom never visited Africa.
2. Asian peoples before Homo sapiens can be distinguished from African peoples by certain sets of diagnostic character states. This goes all the way back into all Asiatic apes for the high vault of the Asiatic head, versus the flat topped head and strongly projecting eye brow ridges for African apes and humans. Before Homo erectus, all Asian Homo and apes, and all African Homo and apes, can be identified as to where they lived just by these features alone. Another distinguishing feature over time is the upper first molar. It is much smaller in all known Asiatic archaic humans relative to the other teeth than in all known African archaic humans.
3. Beginning with Homo erectus, there was a increased between peoples of Asia (which includes Europe and Australia), and Africa. As the fossil record now shows us, Asiatic archaic humans have even smaller M1 relative to the other teeth than we do. What that tells us, is that the M1 getting smaller was not by evolution in pure African humans, it was from mixing of African humans with Asian humans. So three times in our ancestry we were hybrids of African and Asian humans. The last mixing was from Asiatic archaic humans invading Africa about 200,000 years ago, and mixing with local people to yield anatomically modern humans (all of us living today).
4. Scientists for decades have identified the three "evolutionary stages" in Homo from the basal Homo by the relative size of the M1 to the other teeth. The three evolutionary "jumps" instead represent hybridization events between African and Asian humans. Travel by rivers and sea and the ability to live in and cross cold deserts greatly enhanced gene flow between Africa and Asia from Homo erectus forward. So from this time we begin to see a lot of African features in Asia, and a lot of Asian features in Africa. Scientists have proposed that the high domed head of living humans is a recent derived feature, which evolved from Africans. Instead the fossil record now shows us this is an Asiatic feature shared by all Asiatic apes, and known Asiatic Homo before African Homo erectus entered, and some neandertals and all living humans. Red Deer Cave Man being the "missing link" between high domed ape sized brain Homo and Homo sapiens with intermediate cranial capacity. African brow ridges for apes and humans project out, Asian fossil humans, Asian apes, all living humans, and some neandertal did not (or do not) have either the projecting brow ridges or the flat topped heads. Today our hips and legs come from African heritage, the main features of our heads and teeth come from Asiatic heritage.The origin of Homo being fully bipedal Asiatic brachiators something like gibbons in locomotion, which migragted into Asia and there radiated.
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Why do you have to spoil it by repetedly stressing interbreeding with apes? That's science fiction and makes your text look cheap. Please revise it.

It has already been proven scientifically our distant direct ancestors interbred with chimps, and that living humans have chimp gene sequences and chimps have human gene sequences. Nor is it disputed that we are in fact apes (in science), so all breeding of humans is with apes, apes with apes. What I am pointing out is that there is considerable fossil evidence, that humans are a mosaic of different apes, not just one lineage from some unknown ape mixing with only one ape in the last 6 million years (chimps). I am proposing the breeding with apes all took place at the time of or earlier than it has been proven we mixed with chimps around 4 million years ago (4-8 million years ago). Sorry if mixing with apes offends anyone, but for mixing with the human line with chimps around 4 million years ago, this is not disputed among scientists at this time. There is no genetic proof for mixing with extinct apes as there are no genetic samples for extinct apes known now. We can only go by morphology (compare for example the Lufengpithecus cranium, only one known, with the cranium of Homo floresiensis, much more similar than to any ape known from Africa). And for living apes, the evidence is in fact that they keep interbreeding for at least about a million years after initial divergences (see this references below), for within chimps. For the human lineage, the evidence points to more on the order of around 2 or more million years with divergences from living apes. pgl.soe.ucsc.edu/cahill_philTrans16.pdf

Sure, the other day an article claiming such a mosaic evolurion of hominins came out. But, dear Alen, chimps only share with us a common ancestry, and that's something else. Our ancestors, in the early stages, during speciation, might have interbred with the ancestors of chimps, no worries. But, 4 my ago there were no chimps around, only hominids that would evolve to chimps. I went to bed last night feeling like a hanky panky with a Homo erectus lady... None of 'em left...

George, I am multilingual and have limited ability in languages such as "genetics" and German. But I only understand, but do not speak, Australian. I can speak the English of India some. So we can have linguistic confusion about what an ape is. For me honestly chimps gorillas and Lufengpithecus are people also, but not gibbons or monkeys. Here I have written an essay about this and Native American apes known by our people for thousands of years, the tzetzeguyape which still live in their hundreds near my wifes home town in Central America. www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=306712023126657&id=100013635852716

No doubt about that, we are apes. Mad apes. The LCA of chimps and hominins is definitively an ape, but less apish than, say a chimp. Gorillas and sapients are both the outcome of evolutionary processes, biological, or cultural. But, by the time chimps speciated, there was already a genetic barrier between them and archaic hominins. Your Central American erectus belongs to the latter. The only Out of Africa event was approximately 1.9 mya. I'm an outspoken advocate of multiregional evolution, of an early origin of cognitive modernity, etc. Basically, my critic was not of what you say but, of how you say it. We're threading on thin ice here, so we must stay precise and cautious. Otherwise, we may easily discredit the work of those who dare challenging the prevalent orthodoxies. Anyway, I like your 'essay.' You see, 20 years ago, the SE Asian tales about the Orang Pendek were ridiculized. After Hobbit was unearthed, the question is not if the Orang Pendek exists but, when will it be contacted? There's absolutely no reason to doubt that isolated groups of pygmy erectus are our contemporaries. The same goes for Central and NE Asia, the Rockies, and Central America. You know what I'm talking about. Thank you for your detailed reply Alan VanArsdale, without it I would've never learnt about our Central American cousins.

I believe the LCA for chimps and humans, for which it is accepted in the literature at this time is unknown, was much more human like than chimp like. There is generally a genetic barrier present upon initial divergence, such as with Pan troglodytes and bonobos, it is usually some physical barrier such as the Congo River. Yet we now know they were crossing it and mixing in a big way for at least a million years. And there are gene sequences in us which for sure developed in protochimps long after we were mostly genetically isolated from them. Protochimps are neartly unknown also in the fossil record. This along with the six million year gap in the fossil record or Orangs casts doubts that anyone can know where the unknown ancestral group(s) for Homo were geographically.

At least we agree on one thing, namely: we do not descend from monkeys (a creationist's nightmare) but, opposite 😉 I've just read your piece on the San. If I were you, I'd delete it.

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3 weeks ago

Donny Fermor

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If you google it there are stories but it has been called out as a fake, the images are the same as from an excavation of a woolly mammoth skeleton in Paris

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I would suggest it's a phony news article. The list of far-fetched headlines down the right side of the page is pretty unbelievable

Fakery. There no such thing only BULLSHIT from dickheads stirring up yhe pot of lies of the western society.

yep - came from a fake news site

Anyone with sustained bipedalism and more than 8 about feet tall would no longer be classified as an anatomically modern human, or they would have to have undergone some major changes in their osteological structure for such a thing. All known anatomically modern humans that have grown that large were unable to walk, or at least only very poorly. The larger branches of Gigantopithecus are known mostly just from teeth, without enough bones to say if they were quadrupeds or bipeds. It may be the females were bipeds and the males usually walked on their fists knuckles or palms in addition to their feet. If the largest males were sustained bipeds, then they would have to have had very thick leg bones to support their weight (there is a lot of debate about how much they weighed, at least 800 pounds I think, possibly much more). That is sustained bipeds in Homo or apes would have to have very thick leg bones and would not have proportions looking much like us. So illustrations and fake fossil human or ape giants with our proportions are fantasies not real, unless they were quadrupeds not bipeds. They would have also needed disproportionately large feet.

naaa, its a con for sure..

Thought it was

18 foot Giants have been seen in Afghanistan. Alaska and Montana so why not central Australia.

Juzt likd there is no kanaroos or koalas in Afghanistan or any where else doesn't mean to say there were giants in australia. The tribes here never have any such thing in their stories.

Some of the Native American stories of giants in the South of South America it is thought describe giant ground sloths. They got really big, and lived up until about 10,000 years ago, much bigger than any person can get and still walk on two legs as they did. And arrows would in fact as reported bounce off of them, as they had dermal bones. I have trouble finding much in the way of reliable reports of giant humans or apes in the Americas South of Central America. There were some big people, maybe as big as 8 feet tall, but reports of people bigger than 8 feet tall do not seem reliable. The sloths walked upright on two legs and weighed as much as 2000 pounds. They would have been able to tear a man apart with their claws.

The yowie I seen stood in about 8ft

If their was mega fauna there was possible mega humans???

So far as I am aware there are no human or ape remains in Australia more than 50,000 years old. Yet it appears there have been fire users for about 160,000 years. We do not know what sort of humans or apes lived in Australia, or if any may have survived. It would be expected any unknown giant humans or apes would have to have a lot of trees around, and be far from technological humans, on the order of 15 miles from the nearest house or road. Since new apes have recently been found in the Congo (bonobos and giant chimps), there is still hope some may be documented other places as well.

BS

this was from a fake news site.

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The article doesn't mention the Chinese, Incans and others who remnnants are also here. There were also some African remnants found on Fraser Island. It was assumed that they sailed here also.

Trade ship went down between aus and png

Like all the other ancient empires they came to trade. It wasn't untill the dutch east indies acquired Ferdinand Magellans maps in the 1500s is when BRITISH PRIVATEERS STOLE th Dutch maps and "Discovered" and claimed the Land of The Holy Spirit for BRITAIN and told the world NO ONE WAS HOME. Now we have PIRATES on land or privateers. ....or whatever.

Coin hoards are good evidence, but can be transported after their manufacture. There have been Roman bronze coin hoards found on the Eastern US Sea Board (and a lot of isolated coins). Some of them were sold to the colonies for use as small change. None are reliably dated before 1492 to the Americas that I am aware. One would think that Arabs made it to Australia on occasion, at least blown off of course by storms.

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Maybe - might be a trig marker - did you do a compass reading - it likely points North

I could be a few things, depending on surroundings and alignment with compass directions.

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A.S.

It's a sign...

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Bird footprint marking perhaps?

Obviously it probably is an indigeonous marker, however I have seen colonial era arrows in trees and on rocks from loggers and miners that they have marked to point to their camps..

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True or false? were other indigenous people across the world at that time practicing astronomy? Philosophy means love of wisdom and to find wisdom we use Truth- Bearers to determine a statement in modern linguistics. Read more ...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Truth-bearer

Which came first, the Chichen Itza or the (Emu) egg ?

We know that astronomy didn't start with the Greeks, or the earlier Egyptians or even the Mesopotamian., we now look to Gobleki Tepi in Turkey for indications of astronomical knowledge over 12500 years ago. In the case of the chicken and the egg, it is clear that the stars were there first before their regular movements in relation to the seasons,months, weeks and days were noticed and used by human beings on this planet to keep time..

How does a culture thousands of years free of any interference know how to conduct day surgery on someones organs? or that whale fat was good for arthritis in old people? and stories about how the sun got to be in the sky?

That is the point about truth bearers in philosophy, the truth bearer in the following statement could be either false or true, with the proposition and predicate " free of interference for thousands of years". Where is the proof for satisfaction that the statement about that particular culture is true? It seems a more likely proposition, as we rediscover that there was an cataclysmic earth change at the end of the last ice age and that the survivors descendants inherited fragments of useful knowledge which we discover in archaeological evidence in our time.

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Every Continent inhabited by Homo sapiens has high phenotype diversity and has long been inhabited by multiple races of people. Australia is not an exception, like every other place, people have been coming and going for a long time. There is no evidence any place that people living in some place today (unless recent immigrants, as in the last 500 years), are not significantly directly descended from all people who lived in the same spot, ever. The only exception is places which became completely covered by ice, and later the ice retreated. Every known genome of Homo, and Pan (chimps) as well, made contributions to the genes of all living humans. We know this to be true for all Africans, as there is ample genetic evidence they have long been taking in genes from Europe and Asia. For example, the recent publication of an ancient San boy genome (2000 years old), demonstrates the modern San relative to this San boy 2000 years ago are well mixed genetically outside of Africa. Estimates as low as 3% for genetic contributions are suspect a being low due to the likely presence of genes in both populations thought to be from LCA's but actually being from gene flow events. A clear understanding of the evidence demonstrates that the multiregional hypothesis is supported, and that notions of racial purity and long periods of genetic isolation any place are in all cases in error. Humans today are very closely genetically related, because we have long been mixing, and sea faring was advanced at least 160,000 meaning that oceans were not the genetic barriers they once were thought to be. However phenotype variations are supported to be very ancient and contributing to racial distinctions very far back into time in any place. Originals in Australia of any type at any time if a genetic profile for them is known, can be identified as from Australia and more closely related to people of that continent by genes than any other continent, unless they have immigrated less than 1000 years before the sample is collected.We do not know when anatomically modern humans were first in Australia. However, the evidence of human presence goes back at least 160,000 years (the same tine when we know from Homo erectus period sites remote ocean Islands were visited), and there is no evidence anyone ever living in Australia was not significantly a genetic ancestor of all originals. Physical character states are often maintained as adaptation to local environments, at the same time there is always gene flow between populations. ... See MoreSee Less

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