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The Greatest Story Never Told

The Greatest Story Never ToldFeb 5, 6:00pmGeelong Trades HallOur first time Speaking in Geelong. Hear about the latest on the unknown hominids skulls. Tickets available on the door $10. ... See MoreSee Less

23 hours ago

Evan William Strong
Star Family Conference

Star Family ConferenceFeb 2, 2:00amThe Rye HotelWHAT is it all about
Human beings have been separated from their Extra-Terrestrial genetic and soul lineage for centuries. This event is a gathering of keynote speakers, who through both research and personal experiences are uniting to present an alternative view on who we really are, who our extraterrestrial family are, and our place in the Universe.
Tickets available at: www.starfamilyconference.com
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Advanced Archaeology

Forgotten Origin: (The Out of Australia Theory)
The aims of this group are to share understandings related to Australia’s rich ancient past with a view to learning how that may be applied now and in the future.

The subject matter of our page sometimes contains culturally sensitive topics related to Original history and we operate under the doctrine of Wirritjin - Black Fella, White Fella Dreaming: In remembrance of Karno W...., spokesperson for the Ramindjeri.

Australia has been visited in the past by the Ancient Egyptians, Phoenicians, Chinese, Spanish and Portuguese and perhaps others.

We are trying to change the worldview of Australian (Ab)Original people and culture positively and help to show their effect upon human development and civilisation.

"Maybe if we can accept the truth, that we aren't alone and part of something cosmic and grand, then we may start behaving like galactic citizens instead of global vandals"
(Steven Strong)

RULES:
• Treat each other with respect at all times regardless of race, ethnicity or belief.
• Posts need to be on topic - relating to Alternative History, Archaeology, Mythologies, Ancient Alien intervention in our history, mysterious sites, of the mystical/gnosis as long as it is based in relational observations.
• When posting a picture or video, please include your thoughts on the topic to generate discussion – unsolicited links without this will be deleted.
• This is an open discussion forum; if you post something you may receive praise and / or criticism. We ask that you take the criticism constructively so long as it is respectfully conveyed.
• Please take the time to try to find an original source for your post or news story. Before It's News, World News Daily Report and a multitude of other click bait sites are not legitimate sources and our admins will not allow these sites.
• Spam and trolls, are not permitted and will be removed.
******* NO MISQUOTING (no misquoting purposely or comment/offender will be deleted)

• Admins:
Steven and Evan Strong - co-writers of a series of books; "Constructing a New World Map", "Mary Magdalene's Dreaming", "Forgotten Origin", "Shunned" and "Ancient Aliens in Australia" .
See forgottenorigin.com/
• Ildi Budai: Manager at Forgotten Origin, Researcher and Photographer
• Belinda Rich: Archaeologist and advisor
• Michael Langley
• Erik Bower: Researcher: Writer: Negotiator: History advisor.
• Kosta Srbinoff: Crow People, Researcher and Investigator
• Adam Hogan
• Natalie Holmes Kernaghan
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Andrew Feasey
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Ancient Aliens S11E07 The Wisdom Keepers(Aboriginal),
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awesome episode, really gives an insight into Original Australian Mysteries, Great to see Evan onsite. Apologies for the quality of this version but atleast everyone can get to see this. 🙂

Thank you ✨⭐️

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Interesting project. What are your thoughts? There is a lot of talk of course at the moment about Australia Day and moving dates and flags at half mast and all this stupid lip service type stuff I can't help feeling its all completely missing the fundamental issues. This story isn't connected to that - I just felt that the motive was good.

Dr Duane Hamacher
Discussing the four Aboriginal star names officially recognised by the IAU. One of them is the 5th star of the Southern Cross.
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Also I wonder if this will help theoretical study of ancient cultures and their connections or confuse things?

It’s distracting from bigger problems that our indigenous citizens need help with.

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"Were Aborigines the first to reach America?" TV …: An segment on 'Sunrise', the breakfast show on Australia's Seven National Network, in which COSMOS's Editor-in-chief Wilson da Silva is interviewed about the... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Reached America turned around and came back home too Australia and stayed 75,000 yrs in the sun.

Thanx all 🙂

Yes

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3 days ago

Alan VanArsdale

Relative to this group, we in fact do not know the actual geographic origin of the genus Homo or Homo erectus. Below I estimate there is a million year truncation (no fossils for the first million years), for humans who first had the gene ARHGAP11A (which caused our brains to become larger relative to those of apes, when a single C to G mutation took place inhibiting genes limiting brain growth). Argument for the Fossil Record of Homo erectus being Truncated. Here I am using Homo erectus in the broad sense of the most recent literature, but will refer to varieties of Homo erectus with their older usages (Homo heidelbergensis etc.). It is now clear, based upon the fossil record, that the primary morphological ancestry of Homo erectus is unknown. The arguments in support of this are too many to detail here, I will mention a couple. Cladistically, the feet of australpithicinae are derived relative to Homo. Homo erectus tracks demonstrate heel to toe walking like modern humans, not the much more archaic gait of Australopithecus. That the fossil record for hominins is more complete in East Africa than any place else, in itself in no ways implies a "cradle of humanity" in East Africa. Nor is there any fossil archaeological or genetic evidence any place was a "cradle of humanity" for the origins of the genus Homo and the species Homo sapiens. The fossil record now strongly indicates Eurasia as the geographical source for Homo erectus, with one major problem. Homo erectus demonstrates very African morphology, going back to the morphology of African (versus Eurasian) apes incuding Orrorin and Sahelanthropus. Being in Africa, does not magically make an ape more human than being in Asia, if not indicated by morphology. At the same time, there are strong indications of horizontal gene flow from Eurasian apes and hominins into Homo erectus. Some examples, the great similarity of Red Deer Cave People craniums to one of the Dmansi skulls. Reduction in prognathy, UM1 relatively small to the other molars, reduced brow ridges. Strong gigantopithicinae morphology in Penghu man. I do not consider Homo floresiensis can be correctly lumped into Homo erectus, in agreement with the most recent and most detailed cladistic analysis of this issue, and that Homo floresiensis, as is the case with Homo erectus and Homo habilis (which I also consider is not Homo erectus), has no known primary morphological ancestry in the fossil record. So here I consider the origin of Homo erectus to be African, most likely West Africa, or potentially West Asian. With the hips legs and feet of modern humans being mostly derived from Homo erectus, and the high domed heads, relatively small UM1, relatively low eye ridges, being primitive Asiatic character states coming into our lineage in steps from ancestral Homo habilis to Homo erectus and finally after Homo erectus grade humans. Increased brain size NOT being a primitive Asiatic character state. Homo floresiensis representing the original Homo condition of ape sized brains with enhanced intelligence relative to apes, imparted by the ancestral ARHGAP11A gene. Homo habilis, in the fossil record, being the first hominin to possess the modern ARHGAP11A gene imparting increased brain size relative to apes. Where known, all Asiatic hominins below Homo erectus grade lack modern Homo locomotion, yet do not indicate close relationship with Australopithecus in the lower body. At Homo heidelbergensis grade, in Africa Europe and West Asia, a sudden sharp increase in brain size is seen. I suspect this represents strong but not complete genetic isolation from other hominins, facilitated by the change in chromosome number. Homo heidelbergensis grade humans should be classified as Homo sapiens along with the neandertal / denisovan clade for better parsimony. So we see three seperate lineages of Homo all with no fossil record before their first appearances. The first, Homo habilis, appearing in the fossil record about 2.7 million years ago in Africa, probably of Asiatic origin based upon dental and cranial morphology compared to Asiatic "apes" especially Lufengpithecus and Gigantopithecus. When "Out of Africa" was first accepted, Lufengpithecus remains found in Asia before Homo was thought to exist in Asia were identified as Australopithecus, if young enough to be Homo, they were classified as Homo. In the belief that Australopithecus was ancestral to Homo (a belief no longer supported by the top professional paleoanthropologists). The striking similarity of the Lufengpithecus cranium to the cranium of Homo floresiensis SHOULD leave no doubt of Asiatic ape relationships to the earliest known grade of Homo (H. floresiensis). A relationship much closer than between any other known ape, fossil or living, and any other known member of the genus Homo. IN all three known Homo of below Homo erectus grade with lower body remains, they retain more primtive character states than the australopithicinae. That Homo habilis in his first appearance in the fossil record in Africa, has so many African character states indicates horizontal gene flow between early Asiatic Homo and unknown and known (ie Sahelanthropus), African hominins (or gorillinae such as Sahelanthropus). Horinzontal gene flow from Australopithecus to Homo habilis, and from uncertain gorillinae to Homo habilis, is indicated during the course of the fossil record of Homo habilis, by fossil morphology. AND horizontal gene flow is indicated by fossil morphology from Homo habilis to Homo erectus in Africa (ie Homo ergaster). The recently prevailing notion that Homo erectus was not an active big game hunter has been effectively discredited (javelins from Germany at Homo heidelbergensis times and stone tipped spears from South Africa thought to be Homo erectus at 500 years). However, arguments that Homo habilis did not have the build of a big game hunter appear to me to be valid. YET around or shortly after 3 million years ago, big games hunters are indicated by archaeological (but not fossil), remains from South Asia to South Africa. If I am correct, this indicates a gap in the fossil record of big game hunting hominins fro about 2.9 to 1.9 million years ago, a million year gap! If such people were top tier predators, including upon hominins in general, low population densities could explain the gap in the fossil record (for remains identifiable as Homo erectus and reliably dated from 1.9 to 2.9 million years ago). The fossil record is often biased this way. Geneticists are suggesting ancestral ARHGAP11A came into Homo or some ancestor of Homo about 5 million years ago, imparting enhanced intelligence relative to apes and and any hominins without the gene, but NOT larger brain size. The increased intelligence is related to propogation of neurons from leading threads in the developing neotonous human brain, and reduced propogation of neurons into voids. Imparting decreased intelligence in infants and enhanced intelligence by subadult age realtive to taxa without ancestral ARHGAP11A. It is my opinion the only known fossil taxa with ancestral ARHGAP11A is Homo floresiensis, indicating initial divergence from other hominins at about 4-5 million years ago. Geneticists are basing this 5 million year first occurence of ARHGAP11A mostly upon very questionable (based upon the fossil record), dating of the "LCA" of chimps and humans. The actual date is more likely to be about 6 million years, as the LCA of chimps and humans is more reliably dated by the fossil record than by estimates by geneticists. Thus the timing of initial divergence of H. floresiensis and modern humans is correct for Homo floresiensis to have WALKED to Flores Island when Flores Island is thought to have been last connected to the Asiatic Mainland, about 5.3 million years ago. Eliminating the need for all incredible invocations to place H. floresesiensis on Flores Island long before Sea faring began about 1.6 million years ago. H. floresiensis likely did waift to Flores, but not likely in large enough numbers to found a viable population of humans at least 700,000 years without severe inbreeding. The dating by geneticists of modern ARHGAP11A as appearing first about 4 million years ago is also NOT supported by the fossil or the archaeological record, as increased brain size most likely would have enabled the first big game hunters. 3 to 3.5 million years appears more reasonable for the first (unknown) increased brain sized hominins. Hominins who had the first modern ARHGAP11A with the single point C to G mutation which shut off or diminished the effect of genes protecting us from an enlarging brain size. A very dangerous condition, which started slow and with much experimentation to get "right" before an enormous advantage was imparted effectively to enable big game hunting and "top hominin dog" status (making and use of Homo grade stone tools). Dmansi Homo show very high genetic diversity (indicated by high morphological diversity and obvious introgression of Asiatic genes into an African immigrant Homo ergaster populations). This is in line with predictions by geneticists for early modern ARHGAP11A. Geneticists also predict low genetic diversity later in modern ARHGAP11A, which is also in line with the fossil record by Homo sapiens times. If we include Homo heidelbergensis grade humans in Homo sapiens, along with their close morphological relatives neandertals. Dmansi Homo have small brains relative to slightly older African Homo ergaster, indicating Dmansi Homo had diminished brain size from horizontal gene flow from non Homo erectus Asiatic hominins and / or was more basal than Homo ergaster in the human family tree. I am not a fan of invocations of reverse evolution to explain fossils which do not agree with professional expectations. Except in the cases of Meganthropus and Paranthropus, here I consider these were both assisted by horizontal gene flow from the gorillinae into hominins under great pressure from Homo erectus. Now that we have the whole gorilla genome, we know that extant gorillas are in 15% of their whole genome closer to extant humans than chimps are. If we had such comparisons, say for Penghu man to man sized Gigantopithecus, I expect they were closer to each other genetically than either was to chimps fossil or extantt. The whole gorilla genome, along with other evidence such as persistent and very early Asiatic ape morphology in the genus Homo, indicates Homo is as closely related to ex gorillinae in their origins (Asiatic and African such as Sahelanthropus), as chimps. And that chimps are an early branch of hominins which experienced relatively more mixing with gorillinae in Africa than other known hominins due to more arboreal habits and the lack of ARHGAP11A. That hominins are actually hybrids of gorillinae and Lufengpithecus, which much better fits the fossil record, genetics, and known time ranges, than "Out of Africa" for the origin of the genus Homo or the hominins. The oldest known likely hominin now being Graecopithecus from Greece, and the oldest kow likely Homo fossils being the 5.6 million year old tracks from Crete (Greece). In conclusion, the fossil and genetic evidence now indicates high rates of gene flow with the modern human neandertal Homo heidelbergensis complex, with at the same time reduced gene flow with other hominins into this clade as it emerged. Supporting the inclusion of neandertals, their close relatives Homo heidelbergensis, and modern humans all in the species Homo sapiens. The high rates of gene flow within this group, to the partial exclusion of other hominin groups, support such a taxonomic assessment. Character states in modern humans distinguishing us from the rest of the clade being archaic Asiatic traits from horizontal gene flow, NOT evolutionary steps. Further, it is indicated there is a gap in the fossil record for hominin big game hunters (a truncation), of about one million years for the first appearance of modern ARHGAP11A, and a gap before that of about 1-2 million years for owners of ancestral ARHGAP11A. Modern ARHGAP11A is indicated by the archaeological stone tool big game hunter record to have began at about the same time from Africa to South Asia around 3 million years ago. As many now define Homo erectus, it is reasonable to think these first owners of modern ARHGAP11A were Homo erectus by most widely held usage today. In this million year gap, a rapid increase in brain size driven by interspecific competition is anticipated, from an unknown ancestral form of which the closest known relatives are Homo floresiensis Dmansi Homo and Homo naledi. ... See MoreSee Less

Can I encourage members to share posts especially the facebook live videos Steve does..... I used to share them around into other relevant Facebook groups, however Ive been in and out of Facebook jail lately, not fun. Hmm either the new algorithms have targeted me randomly through my borderline prolific sharing of posts or its sum sort of information filtering / censorship by fb (hmm well still see plenty of spam around however my relevant posts about archaeology etc are flagged eg I got flagged for putting an Event notice for the Standing Stones in the Australian Stonehenge Fb Group- come on this is rather relevant putting a post about a site in a fb group about said site). Heard other researchers getting into fb jail for sharing their own post just in 3 places- their personal wall, their own page or group. Conspiracy perhaps or just bad luck on my part and several others: either way I cant risk sharing posts anymore other than my wall, our page and this group, sigh. So anybody wanting to help is kindly appreciated.... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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When will they learn, we are many and we are waking up.

Been in wastebook jail myself a few times !!!!

yes sadly its an obvious targetting of sharing truth, many other of my friends have been targetted also, as with yours there posts are not against the rules of decency as prescribed by facebook. consider psuedenom fb accounts for sharing posts. 🙂

Steven and Evan Strong, They used to ban me every week for no reason whatsoever when I first signed up and I thought I was being targeted or doing something wrong, when they got bored of that they kept asking me to prove my identity over and over again for no reason, 4 times in all. Then after a long email saying I only spoke to my mates etc, miraculously (I think a human might have read it... maybe??) I was left alone, I see the language and insults used by other users who should not be allowed out in public that get away with it with ease which proves that basically their algorithms are way off, don't worry bots don't have common sense to read content at an intelectual level so it's not the content. All the best! 😉

I have already shared guys 😉

Facebook jail u be Norty? 😂😂😂😂

Usually you get sent to FB jail because someone reports you.

If we all share to a page it will help spread the word. The more that put their hand up to help the noisier it will become.

Your vids are getting out there mate ...i was ear bashed by my brother in law yesterday in regards to your vids , suprised me didnt think he would be interested....he didnt know at first that we know eachother or about our groups. Unfortunately he is not on fb though and only communicates via email .

Evan William Strong the australia government nor the uk want people to know that they deliberately destroyed something so similar to Stonehenge which they revere.

Is this why I've been missing you guys ?! I NOT OK FB !

No probs will do

Willingly Steven and Evan...

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1 week ago

Tony Barrabrava

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1 week ago

Ros Mulder
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Interesting the last prediction, that Astronomers have discovered these Planets. I don't think so! The Australian Aboriginal People and Original People all over The World have Known about The Pleiades for Thousands of Years, they are a direct link to their Ancestors.
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Very interesting - well we'll find out soon if he's right!

Australian Aboriginal marked rock. 'The Pleiades'.

You rock Ros !

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2 weeks ago

Bruce Cunningham

"WE CANNOT FATHOM TECHNOLOGY THAT IS UNKNOWN TO US, AND WE SELDOM CONSIDER THINGS THAT SEEM IMPOSSIBLE TO US"

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Join Us Live Jan 10 Christopher Dunn With Watchers Talk
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2 months ago

Ros Mulder

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no someone

I met Albert Namatjira's granddaughter 20 years ago. She and 3 relatives were painting a water dreaming commissioned painting. No one I know in Alice Springs is on face book though.

Why??

I’m related closely to Albert?

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Steven and Evan Strong
We have received requests from people with good intentions to extend, add to, compare and analyse our first introductory report on two skulls and bones that are unique and will inevitably necessitate a radically revised version of most approved versions of human pre-history.

I have no doubt their contributions would be supportive, but in each case I was compelled to say no. The reason is simple, the site is too unique and sacred and because of this subject to strict rules of protocol before and after gaining the right to enter. Both the farmer and his wife, along with Original Elders, had to be convinced at a personal level that all of us were trustworthy and empathetic to rights of privacy, Original Lore and sacred issues. For the people who were present and accepted they alone have the right to write, discuss and televise if they wish. From a distance after the event is more a distraction as it is bound to leave out the most important part of what was experienced.

Read More Here:-
forgottenorigin.com/many-birds-in-and-four-eagles-out-new-unknown-hominids-found-in-australia

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The rules and mandatory requirements when writing any scientific paper are very clear and may never be breached. First up, present it in a way that is distinctly ‘public ineligible,’ so that after two paragraphs only those fully conversant with the jargon, dry matter-of-fact approach and endless combinations of capital letters that stand for all manner of avenues, will persist. Most importantly, no brave conclusions or fascinating left of centre possibilities are to be aired. Everything has to be couched around reporting and either proposing options without preference or championing this evidence as confirming what is already assumed to be rock-solid facts. The mantra is ‘steady as she goes’ and wait until all the evidence is in, then fashion what is accumulated into something comfortable that doesn’t ‘rock the boat.’

Never, under any circumstances, should the information be reported upon as it comes in somewhat like an evolving series of blow by blow accounts. And in compounding this deviation from the norm, no possible verdict should be passed until all the laboratory analysis is compiled. That is exactly how our reports are being presented, here we are three articles in and we still haven’t got the genetic information back to prove whether these beings are unique or unusual mutations and merely odd extensions of a pre-existing branch of hominin. Any sensible scientist would wait for the numbers and chemicals to roll in then hedge their bets each way. Our approach is to bet on a win for a new species of Earthly or Off-World ancestry well before the laboratory has passed judgement.

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forgottenorigin.com/the-unknown-hominids-breaking-the-rules-seven-and-a-half-reasons-why
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2 weeks ago

Laura Leigh

New evidence is forcing scientists to rewrite the history of human migration 'Out of Africa' and we may find our answer in Australasia…

“In just the last two years alone, the date of original colonisation of this vast southern continent has been pushed back to around 65,000 years ago.

The earliest bone ornament in the world, and the earliest ground-edge tool in the world were both found on this continent. It is becoming obvious that Australia was (and is) a land of highly adaptive and innovative people.

The speed at which new and astounding discoveries are being made in Australasia has effectively turned the focus of many human evolution researchers from the old bastions of Africa and Eurasia, much further east.” - Michelle Langley.

Further reading:

theconversation.com/worlds-scientists-turn-to-asia-and-australia-to-rewrite-human-history-88697

science.sciencemag.org/content/358/6368/eaai9067

sci-hub.la/http://science.sciencemag.org/content/358/6368/eaai9067

To read articles in scientific journals behind paywalls, use sci-hub.la and simply copy and paste article’s url into sci-hub. Note sci-hub’s domain address may change from time to time in which case go to its Wikipedia page to find its newest working domain name. Information should be freely available and accessible to all… Merry Christmas!
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3 weeks ago

Jon Gilbert
Said the night wind to the little lamb
Do you see what I see
Way up in the sky little lamb
Do you see what I see
A star, a star ~ Dancing in the night
With a tail as big as a kite
With a tail as big as a kite..
Happy Holidays all

Said the night wind to the little lamb
Do you see what I see
Way up in the sky little lamb
Do you see what I see
A star, a star ~ Dancing in the night
With a tail as big as a kite
With a tail as big as a kite..

Happy Holiday's all
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the nice preview photo disappeared (not sure why) so ive uploaded this vid to fb too, pls share around.

Steven and Evan Strong
By David Bradbury
This discovery of two skulls that have no less than half a dozen features that either have no precedence or are the first time seen anywhere, have to rewrite history and all theories of human evolution..... frontlinefilms.com.au/about/
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forgottenorigin.com/before-their-beginning-new-unknown-hominids-found-in-australia
forgottenorigin.com/many-birds-in-and-four-eagles-out-new-unknown-hominids-found-in-australia
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Let's welcome our new members:
Peter Sladdin,
Jarrad Priestley,
Emily Kanagy,
Kelsie Phillips,
Nat Townes,
Rafael Jovany Garcia,
Nean Desuyo Dob,
Suncana Diana Purbasari,
Carl Wilhelm Gustavsson,
Jay Beaumont,
Jayne Kenyon,
Paul Gilmartin,
Robert Karen Bolanac,
Janet Moore,
Rae Watercatcher-Diatribe,
Sam Auwi,
Raices Ancestrales,
James Graham,
Eliah Jasper,
Darren Johannesen,
Carol Sorbie,
Zi Baker,
Shirley Crimmins,
Jessica Gilbert,
Jose Diaz,
Naomi Lean,
Aleacia McIntyre,
Sheridan Gschwind,
Paul McLeod,
Jacinta Tobin,
Bryn Morgan,
Lisa Simon,
Frankie Dams Konkol
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Thank you

Thanks.

Thankyou

Thank you 🙏🏼

Appreciate being added 🙏

Welcome every one

Thanks

Welcome 😊

👍

Thank you

Thank you. Really fascinated by all the work you’ve done.

Thanks, there are alot of us😃

L.thanks guys looking forward to the topics

Thank you.

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youtu.be/o0HsG9k6KHo By David Bradbury This discovery of two skulls that have no less than half a dozen features that either have no precedence or are the first time seen anywhere, have to rewrite history and all theories of human evolution.By David Bradbury This discovery of two skulls that have no less than half a dozen features that either have no precedence or are the first time seen anywher... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Jake
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I hope members check out Jake Cassar Bushcraft - Jake is an amazing person seeking to enthuse all about bush tucker, survival and medicinal plant use - he's raising money doing a 14 day wild food challenge at the moment for Lifeline Australia

well said Erik Bower

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1 month ago

Michelle Dharma
We are honoured to have Steven & Evan join us in the sunny beachside town of Rye, Victoria this summer. (Thats via the Mornington Peninsula Fwy, approx 1hr from Melbourne.) We would love to see you there - its a busy town in summer with plenty of options for accommodation if you book in advance.
This conference focuses on our alternative history, our ET origins. We have gathered researchers, experiencers and those who wish to show the way forward, with integrity. 
This will be the last time that Steven and Evan will be displaying their rocks outside of a museum - so we urge you to get along and take advantage of this opportunity.
Feb 2nd - 4th 3 hour workshop on Sunday 4th with Steven & Evan is only $95. Speakers Days 1 & 2 - Round Table Event - Workshop Day 3 - Gala Dinner & Laser Light show. 
Full Conference passes are $585 at present. (Christmas Sale.)
Check out the website for more details or call either Guy or myself (Michelle) on 0450 644 182. 
Tickets online at: www.starfamilyconference.com
#wewereneveralone
#starfamilyconference

We are honoured to have Steven & Evan join us in the sunny beachside town of Rye, Victoria this summer. (That's via the Mornington Peninsula Fwy, approx 1hr from Melbourne.) We would love to see you there - it's a busy town in summer with plenty of options for accommodation if you book in advance.

This conference focuses on our alternative history, our ET origins. We have gathered researcher's, experiencers and those who wish to show the way forward, with integrity.

This will be the last time that Steven and Evan will be displaying their rocks outside of a museum - so we urge you to get along and take advantage of this opportunity.

Feb 2nd - 4th 3 hour workshop on Sunday 4th with Steven & Evan is only $95. Speakers Days 1 & 2 - Round Table Event - Workshop Day 3 - Gala Dinner & Laser Light show.

Full Conference passes are $585 at present. (Christmas Sale.)
Check out the website for more details or call either Guy or myself (Michelle) on 0450 644 182.
Tickets online at: www.starfamilyconference.com
#wewereneveralone
#starfamilyconference
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Looking forward to being there and of course, I speak on behalf of Steven and Evan as well 😊 it will be a great weekend!

The Strongs are rewriting world history...a must see !

So close to the hot springs Evan William Strong 😊although it might be more plunge pool weather

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thanks to Jeffrey Boyd Jr. for reminding me of this, very timely considering how intense and stressful things are of late ... :)
it certainly was a special day and only wish my hair was looking better lol.

thanks to Jeffrey Boyd Jr. for reminding me of this, very timely considering how intense and stressful things are of late ... 🙂
it certainly was a special day and only wish my hair was looking better lol.Wow. Very proud! Watching our society brother Evan William Strong with Giorgio on Ancient Aliens showing the glyphs of the two brothers. Really awesome Evan!!! Very cool my friend 🙂
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Awesome !

Where can we watch this?

I think this is the right episode... www.youtube.com/watch?v=h96pmxBPpEU

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1 month ago

Ildi Budai

Steven and Evan Strong
Event Cancelled due to Derision and Division

A meeting was held with Elders and concerned residents who were invited to discuss the ways the Standing Stones Complex could be protected, rebuilt and resurrected to its former glory. Claimed by the resident expert of the time to be the oldest temple in the world recording the First Language ever spoken, there is depth of wisdom and spiritual insight attached to this Complex that is without equal. Twenty six people of Original and non-Original descent came to a consensus with a plan of action. ... the next step was to call a public meeting at the closest town to the actual complex, which was done and booked in at Mullumbimby Civic Hall for December 12.

Unfortunately due to a chain of events with one unexpected twist, we are forced to cancel a community event that had so much potential to both heal and prepare.

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hmmmm....

Maybe , they don't really know WHO they are. ? You have been advised though prior to this!

dont give up guys and girls on posting or fascilitating truth or unity gatherings and posts, the closer a truth individual or group gets closer to revealing truth the more they are targetted unfortunately and some times its direct infiltrators creating division or ridicule or false debunking itsnot just fb censoring, dont let the bastards win, bless the truth warriors for they shall set us free! 🙂

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2 years ago

Erik Bower
This is a very interesting site in Germany that I havent seen discussed anywhere in the normal circles. Called Sternefels the proposition is that it is a pyramid or altered hill of unknown antiquity. From the photos and videos it is clear there is some man made structure in amongst the layered bedrock. The method of archaeology is rather agricultural to say the least - however it effectively reveals that there is structure at the site which also looks like an old quarry. There is also a carving of a seven pointed star and a pyramid with the all seeing eye. Underneath that carving there looks to be a recess of human body shape with the head being just below the pyramid. I would suggest that perhaps the construction is more ancient than the carving but that the carving may also be old - those symbols of course are now generically associated with the Illuminati and also Freemasonry. Interested to hear your feedback or more information especially from any European / German crew that can report / visit.
More Photo links - http://www.megalith-pyramiden.de/AA-004-A-Stufen-Pyramide-Sternenfels-Zwerchhaelde.html
Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVsaiPi2smo

This is a very interesting site in Germany that I haven't seen discussed anywhere in the normal circles. Called Sternefels the proposition is that it is a pyramid or altered hill of unknown antiquity. From the photos and videos it is clear there is some man made structure in amongst the layered bedrock. The method of archaeology is rather agricultural to say the least - however it effectively reveals that there is structure at the site which also looks like an old quarry. There is also a carving of a seven pointed star and a pyramid with the all seeing eye. Underneath that carving there looks to be a recess of human body shape with the head being just below the pyramid. I would suggest that perhaps the construction is more ancient than the carving but that the carving may also be old - those symbols of course are now generically associated with the Illuminati and also Freemasonry. Interested to hear your feedback or more information especially from any European / German crew that can report / visit.

More Photo links - www.megalith-pyramiden.de/AA-004-A-Stufen-Pyramide-Sternenfels-Zwerchhaelde.html

Video - www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVsaiPi2smo
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Thanks to Bruce Fenton for reminding me of Klaus Dona object from Ecuador

Note here the use in masonic imagery - inc Pleiades constellation and 7 point star

Love to obtain more HD pics once again. The surface is packed with imagery.

there is a wall in new zealand like that too. with a 500yr old kauri tree growing on top

Christopher Everard FYI

hmm ... i see, i live just around 200 kilometers from Sternenfels. 😛 Maybe i should visit the place ...

I agree totally Eric with your last comments. The video makes the workers there look like locals digging shale out for a new car park as opposed to skilled archaeologists. My cheeks were clenching as I watched lol...... and Connie...good advice from Eric.... Please please if you do go....grab the best camera you can get and capture some full frontal HD pics of the pyramid wall, with each target area ideally filling three quarters frame...& with muted light...if possible 🙂 Its true also that the etched shapes need to be authenticated for age. However there is absolutely no doubt even now about the antiquity of the (hidden from plain sight) illustrations. These follow the same generic style we have discovered all over the world at special sites and throw up the same baffling questions as everywhere else as to their method, means, motivation and purpose. Continuing finds are producing more questions ...and just a few hard conclusions. It would be brilliant if better quality pics could be retrieved and shared for analysis 🙂 I would be at the head of the queue to try and delineate exactly what they show....And by the way, better quality pics could show if the etchings are interwoven to the illustrations. If so it would prove a preliminary connection.

I also fear there are only amateurs at work.They wrote on a German website: You're probably wondering why our archaeological work is possible at all, given that researches are forbidden for private persons. In fact our excavations officially not declared as archaeological, but as geological explorations. Nevertheless, they destroy a lot with their excavator 🙁 Not sure, when i will be able to go there. Depends on the weather.

I can't condone whatever it is that they are doing there but the likelihood is we'd know nothing about this site at all otherwise.

Entrance to inner Earth is nearby.

Thanks Erik Bower, for posting.

maybe oppida

Hey Erik 🙂 not yet, but thanks for the reminder! I will try to go there in spring

Am I seeing a pyramid and eye in the middle?

The 7 pointed star (and step pyramid) is part of the coat of arms of Sternefels it seems - the place has a long history of knights but so far I have found no specific mention of Templar connections - however this symbol lends legitimacy to the carving being older than the age of Internet conspiracy videos. What I'm most intrigued about is the body shape carved below - I suspect it is either a ritualistic site - perhaps sacrificial.

More pyramidal carving at the site

And this is rather odd as this 4 spoked wheel (with many echoes in other cultures) is found here as it also was at the standing stones site near Mullumbimby .......

Just right for a head and shoulders but why?

Oblong symbols under the eye... and on the right hand side to the left of the root base symbols on the rock ??

Whoa 😯 I see the pyramid with the 👁...is there anything else?

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1 month ago

Giulia Bonfanti
Interesting new information.

Interesting new information.New evidence is forcing scientists to rewrite the history of human migration 'Out of Africa' and we may find our answer in Australasia…

“In just the last two years alone, the date of original colonisation of this vast southern continent has been pushed back to around 65,000 years ago.

The earliest bone ornament in the world, and the earliest ground-edge tool in the world were both found on this continent. It is becoming obvious that Australia was (and is) a land of highly adaptive and innovative people.

The speed at which new and astounding discoveries are being made in Australasia has effectively turned the focus of many human evolution researchers from the old bastions of Africa and Eurasia, much further east.” - Michelle Langley.

Further reading:

theconversation.com/worlds-scientists-turn-to-asia-and-australia-to-rewrite-human-history-88697

science.sciencemag.org/content/358/6368/eaai9067

sci-hub.la/http://science.sciencemag.org/content/358/6368/eaai9067

To read articles in scientific journals behind paywalls, use sci-hub.la and simply copy and paste article’s url into sci-hub. Note sci-hub’s domain address may change from time to time in which case go to its Wikipedia page to find its newest working domain name. Information should be freely available and accessible to all… Merry Christmas!
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1 month ago

Michael Langley

Very interesting article, very interesting considering the skulls.


Denisovan DNA finding could rewrite the story of Australia's discovery
Professor Richard Roberts from the University of Wollongong believes high traces of DNA from ancient hominids found in Aboriginal people suggest Denisovans were the first on the continent.
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This would suggest that the ancestors of these people were quite far north 80k years ago!?!

Let also time reveal.....who knows where else Denisovan remains will be found.

Prof Roberts does not understand the situation, I tried to contact him but as with most academics they are scared to talk to me as they know my work threatens their public image as 'experts'. He probably got some of his ideas from my book, but hard to prove, he might have got this far on his own. The 'Denisovans' ancestral to modern Aboriginals lived in Southeast Asia and interbred with modern humans on Papua New Guinea 44,000 years ago. Prof Roberts seems to have not got all his facts together for this piece.

I have not found the original paper yet which claims that there must have been two populations of Denisovans, the Northern (Siberian) branch and the Southern Denisovans, which are so far known only by the small percentage left in modern humans in SE Asia (especially Papua New Guinea, Oceania). However, in that paper geneticists claim that the two Denisovan branches diverged 200,000 years ago. We also know that Denisovans diverged from Neanderthals over 500000 years ago. They had plenty of time to go everywhere then 🙂

I have not seen it, you might have some luck asking Prof Stringer for it as it was him that mentioned it, but I do not know where he got that info.

There was one paper in the group that mentioned the southern population but i do not recall anything about the depth of the divergence from Siberian populations.

Probably that paper here, have to find a copy: Reich D, et al. (2010) Genetic history of an archaic hominin group from Denisova Cave in Siberia. Nature 468(7327):1053–1060. Ah, thanks to researchgate: www.researchgate.net/publication/49703148_Genetic_history_of_an_archaic_hominin_group_from_Deniso...

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1 month ago

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Georgio from Ancient Aliens did a show on it.

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1 month ago

Narada Vantari
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If you forgive her the reference to tracing back the cave painting symbols (that she admits are found from Australia to Britain) to Africa... this is a very interesting report on the oldest geometric symbols found in caves throughout Europe going back to 40,000 BCWritten language, the hallmark of human civilization, didn't just suddenly appear one day. Thousands of years before the first fully developed writing system... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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1 month ago

Kylie O'Hanlon
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Same covering up of history in NZFor HD viewing, Renting or Downloading on Vimeo on Demand, please go to vimeo.com/ondemand/nzskeletonsredheads 'New Zealand - Skeletons In The Cupboa... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Must watch docco...Episode 2 available and has old photos of Chattam Islanders....surprise surprise they are ( Ab ) Originals

1 month ago

Alex Rieger
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1 month ago

Kylie O'Hanlon
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1 month ago

Alan VanArsdale

Key to Chart (chart pending)
Alan D. VanArsdale December 8, 2017
May be copied all or in part with or without credit to author Map of Archaic Humans of the World Directly Ancestral to Living Humans of 100,000 Years Ago ________ Geographical genetic barrier -------- Genetic bottle neck
Peoples and Primary Ranges
1. Neandertals - Europe, North Asia, North Pacific Pack Ice and North America
2. Denisovans - Central Asia
Archaic humans here named for their closest fossil relatives
3. Cro Magnon - West Asia
4. Solutrean - North Africa, Asia Minor
Archaic humans here named for their closest living relatives
5. Negroids - Sub-Saharan Africa, South Pacific Pack Ice Connecting Africa and Sahul, Sahul, South Pacific Pack Ice Connecting Sahul and South America, South America, , NE Africa, Asia Minor 6. Pygmies - SE Asia, Sahul 7. Caucasions - Central East Asia
8. East Asians - SE Asia, Sahul 9. San - South Asia, Asia Minor
10. Hybrids (mixed of Asiatic European and African peoples) Asia Minor, NE Africa
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2 months ago

Leisha Gaye Norling

The text below was posted elsewhere on October 1 this year. I am posting it here as an observation of the land I live upon, the history of this land (recent) and the people whom I love.

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Mulganu ... this is a tree, infact, many trees are Mulganu. There was a time when these trees were abundant. This is an evergreen tree. It is not a eucalypt or an acacia. It is a tall tree, with spreading strong straight limbs. On the tips of these limbs, clusters bright green leaves, geometrically arranged in fours.

I do not know the whitefulla name for this tree ... only the blackfulla name. Mulganu.

When the squatters/settlers/invaders (what ever you want to call them) came to this part of this great land they intended to farm ... I wonder of they imagined green rolling farmlets like in the UK. But ... these people, mostly shunted off nobles that the English royals needed to get out of the way they came with an incredible (obscene by todays standards) sense of entitlement.

I can only imagine, that the first time these people arrived here it must have been after a big rain, and the vast expanses of land were green. Mostly it is dry here, harsh, stony, or sandy, or great dry mud plains. When it rains though, the roads close ... we become stranded.

Here we sit above a very large fresh water basin ... largest in the southern hemisphere I am told, so in the old days, to access water, they dug wells, and put windmills on them. In more recent times they put in bores with mills and most recently, solar powered pumps.

The water basin, in most areas here, the water level is about three metres down, through sand, dirt and rock. Interestingly it is evident, that the water was not always so far down, it varies a lot, 40km further south, the water is 30 metres down.

If you stand on a ridge and survey the land ... as far as the eye can see (we are on around 180,000 hectares) mostly all you can see is trees, and red dirt. Predominantly a wide variety of acacia. But interspersed amongst these, white trunked river gums ... there, right there, there has got to be water. An old water course, a spring ... water closer to the surface, there are signs.

Mulganu ... the tree. It appears that the average tree canopy around here is around three to four metres above the ground. It is mostly made up of a wide variety of acacia. Here and there stretching their limbs way up over the existing canopy are the Mulganu, Maybe 10 to 15 metres tall. I suspect there would have been taller specimens.

These trees, the Mulganu, they were used by the squatters, cut for fence posts, building beams and a range of other uses. I should clarify here, these were not cut by the squatters them selves, but by their enslaved native local workers, giants of men.

So many of these trees were cut down to establish huge webs of fences and lane ways and buildings .... so very many of them, that they removed the canopy of the forest the evergreen Mulganu, with its dense green foliage which would have sat around 15 metres above the ground would have softened the harsh climate .... it would have made for a cool green under story .... much more pleasant for human habitation. There is evidence here of human habitation that extends back many thousands of years earlier, well before any western habitation elsewhere.

Instead ... the squatters destroyed all that, the tree canopy, human society and so much more, in their misguided attempt to turn this great country into something more akin to their homelands.

Mulganu ... perhaps I shall provide a picture.
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Leisha, your story is sad. There are people who are willing to listen to the old ways of doing things. There are people who want to work together to bring back the balance and understanding. If we all do our bit wherever we are, to understand and respect the land and the knowledge, what a beautiful place this will be again 🌳

Giulia Bonfanti thre is room in this world for dreamers ... for if we aim toward our dreams, even if we don't quite get there,we'll certainly get somewhere along the way.

This makes me think of the lorax... I would love to see the Mulganu. 🌳

Yes that looks right ... was this toward then end of the day?

The ones at home are much greener.

Probably sunset or sunrise causing reddish light? Story is also similar to the movie Avatar? Where it's all about destroying the biggest tree. It happened also in a town called Tampico Illinois.

I have watched Avatar and drawn similarities to Australias recent history.

Hi all. I have added some pictures of these trees today. These are quite young by the greater scheme of things. There are older and much larger ones ... also, younger and much smaller regrowth. The older ones are a bit inaccessible, and its hot today.

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