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  1. Wim Roskam
    August 7, 2019

    The spread of the ancient sites shown on the map seem to follow the ancient Equator of Antiquity, which is at an angle of 30ª to the current equator. Many these sites have megalithic earthquake proof masonry. Very interesting

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  2. Steve Weis
    August 6, 2019

    I have known of the Gympie Pyramid paradox for quite a few years thanks to books on the early history of this district. I have met local land owners who had something similar on their property until a bulldozer driver “cleaned them up to prevent problems with unwanted visitors”. I have also heard of another such site as well as the one said to have been in the Tin Can Bay area. Collectively there appears to be ample evidence of unexplained civilisation that is not integrated into the current perception of Australian history. I don’t understand why it seems so inconceivable that the aboriginal peoples may have had trading relations with other sophisticated cultures. It seems midden sites in this country have been dated as far back as 120,000 years. Books like Dark Emu and Claiming a Continent describe in terms convincing to me that political reasoning went out of its way to foster notions that Australia was a place without civilised culture. These books also suggest that every effort was made to destroy evidence that might jeopardise this pre-determined marketing thereby justifying invasion accompanied by colonial genocide. My guess is that the Queensland Main Roads Department has plotted this road for reasons of economic convenience, however part of this convenience may be due to the non-development of the site previously, due to it’s mysterious artifacts and indigenous significance. I feel deeply sorry that these destructive behaviours happened at all, that the wisdom and expertise of the traditional owners was shunned and destroyed and that it seems the practice is still a solution of convenience by current administrators. I sincerely hope there will be a change of heart and also see that this seems improbable while ground water, our vast river systems, our finest agricultural land and the Great Barrier Reef come second place behind “economic development”.

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  3. Chris Wright
    February 23, 2019

    The significance of any kind of stone structure that predates British colonization is remarkable.. The simple fact there are almost no known large scale stone complexes anywhere in australia that predate British colonization makes the gympie pyramid site something unique to australian history.. the church wall is well documented as having been taking from one site and moved to another.. the design of the wall is not unique other walls exactly like this exist in other areas around the world and many experts are unable to explain the complexity of their construction.. ask any stone Mason to build a similar wall from similar materials with today’s tools… it won’t happen cheap if it’s even at all possible.. if we can’t replicate it easily today.. how did they accomplish it back then? Questions that threaten mainstream historical views.. but questions we can no longer ignore..

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  4. Chris wright
    February 23, 2019

    On the money the nature of the gympie pyramid and the artifacts discovered there truly need to be brought into the light so much of the truth has been dismantled and carted away already we may never discover the true history of this site regardless of your mainstream or non mainstream view of history this site is invaluable in terms of historical significance

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  5. Nika
    February 21, 2019

    I hear you, great questions, logical questions. As a critical thinker and a big picture thinker I reckon you’re spot on with your theories gents. Can ABC get involved to save the stones?

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  6. Carol Rittner
    February 21, 2019

    Could Rex Gilroy get a petition made up so we could all sign it. This is a criminal act to destroy this sacred land.

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  7. Julie m murphy
    February 20, 2019

    The destruction of this site, before it has been fully investigated ,is a complete disgrace .
    it seems fully logical that this could well be part of a very significant pattern of ancient building.
    Do not let it be destroyed.

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  8. Greg Kirkham
    February 20, 2019

    Australian Federal and State Governments have allowed Fracking here, Cubby Station to continuously steal water from downstream farmers, what makes anyone think they care about our history any more than our ground water, River health, food production and public health! Unless you can get a massive public outcry on the coming destruction of this site in record time, the Governments will ignore you. Oh and so will the Main Stream Media….

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  9. Stuart
    February 19, 2019

    Nothing stops a road in Australia – this blind destruction of any historical construction is simply single minded arrogance dressed up as progress!! These people are the definition of ‘moronic’ …

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  10. valerie barrow
    February 19, 2019

    For the Queensland Govt or the Federal Govt to turn a blind eye to this destruction is unforgivable… How can we stop it….What about approaching the World Intennational Heritage or whatever their title is??

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    • Erik Bower
      February 19, 2019

      Hello dear Valerie – At the end of the article (just above) you will find links to the emails of the 2 key decision makers that need to understand what they are about to allow to destroy. I urge anyone moved by this information and appeal to write to Mark Bailey and Yvette D’arth. You can show your voice too by lending support to the Kabi on their Facebook page.

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  11. Gary Stevens
    February 18, 2019

    A history of our people, not just the aborigine, but all, and you plan to bulldoze it? Children..

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