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  1. Simon Ling
    July 16, 2019

    I think there was no death to simply remove some one not wanted and to transfer their life force to a stone to be then reborn again with the fixing done by the sorcerer over the stone. I have a feeling the original people were involve in a Dhyanalinga type project but they were actually refining themselves through these means and not working with imaginary gods and deities.

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  2. Simon Ling
    July 16, 2019

    The big stones at the bottom are not conventional tools and the lack of evidence of being used as a regular tool is not surprising. The shape of the cave is of great interest . The red gums that grow in the Riverina region are basically form a cross draught furnace when they get struck by lightning and become hollow from catching on fire. The timber after this process is basically unable to be burnt by conventional means. The stones in the second last photo I believe form a type of instrument. How to explain how this works is going to be difficult a person has sticks put through each ear then through the nose then the eye lids and tongue the person is put in the tree and the entrance sealed with stones and the lines which are three of them (breath light sound ) exit the thick side hollow branch of the tree the stones above are simply placed inside and the lines run over them to hold tension and to prevent damage to the strings due to the victim thrashing around inside there after the fire pit underneath the tree is set on fire. The excess prana or life force exits the victim and is transferred. Ive left a few things out but thats the general idea. The cave I wonder as it currently sits was utilised for the same purpose or with slight modification.

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  3. Simon Ling
    July 16, 2019

    A “creek” is a water way if it has fish its an inland fishery nobody owns a waterway if it has fish then it gets managed by that department. you can walk up any of em as long as the original access is not fenced and does not belong to private property and picking up stones is not illegal outside of a national park. the “academic” you speak of did nothing wrong. The Markings on some of the stones are interesting I see a bear a few feet and a ghost type being with a child that is very common she is often depicted with a straw type object in her mouth its the orange sandstone one. The angling of some of the cuts is quite deep and some of these stones could be used as a pendulum. If you tie a string around the rock at the narrowest parts you will often find it will be in perfect balance. I bet if you got right up in that cave with a metal detector you would find natural copper needles and nuggets with possibly silk fragments or even a string still there.

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