Dec 18

“United we Stand, Rock by Rock” (Article)

United we Stand, Rock by Rock

By Steven & Evan Strong

2014-07-24 15.54.10The reactions to Ros’ Rocks 1 and 2 has been as heartening as it has been a dismal and somewhat shameful performance. The suggestions and encouragement given by some forward thinking experts has opened up new fields to investigate and there have been invaluable extensions to pursue that are already producing fascinating results. However, in balancing the books, the discrete refusal to look, acknowledge or participate in any overt form with the archaeology we are sharing is as much a part of the mainstream response as it is an appalling indictment upon those who claim to be professional academics. What has become apparent to us is that many scholars have become timid, thus sacrificing their independent inclinations for a posting or stipend. Alas, the fringe benefits they seek demand obedience and more of the same, such people are bound to repeat and comply yet never be bold.

We know for a fact that these two ancient marked rocks are known of in academic and official circles. Both rocks are the cause of much concern, some hostility and quite a deal of angst and possibly even internal doubt. The first rock has been inspected by a geologist of high standing, and he will also examine the second rock very soon, equally, we have extended an invitation to other qualified geologists the right to look and touch. Despite our open approach and offers to share not one person, agency or expert has accepted the chance to inspect the two rocks that may rewrite huge slabs of global pre-history. We can only assume they have more important archaeology to research and analyse. Perhaps early settlement buildings, a 300 hundred year old midden, sunken boats on the west coast or an early settler’s rock wall are higher priorities. Obviously early historical remains such as these take precedence over changing world paradigms, and also cause no fuss whatsoever in snuggling seamlessly into the current historical comfort zones.

As far as we can see it comes down to two possibilities when trying to understand why mainstream refuse to look at the rocks or discuss. They are either fearful of the implications and consequences associated with the rocks, or unconvinced that the two rocks are of archaeological significance. We are prepared to extend the benefit of doubt (even though their track record gives no reason to do so) and work on the premise that the scholars and officials are wavering, but need a little more evidence before being convinced.

Back to Work

To that end there are five areas of investigation that have not been addressed earlier, or has been mentioned, but with further analysis new insights or possibilities have been observed.

2014-07-24 15.53.43 - CopyWe have raised the issue of the in-filling on Ros’ Rock 1 with particular focus on two large patches (17mm x12mm and 12mm x 8mm). What is of paramount importance is that such a process is supposedly beyond the technological embrace of any tool-kit anywhere until extremely recent times. Found in Australia and conservatively dated thousands of years before the British invasion, the infilling of different material in two depressions just should not be here. With magnifying glass in hand and the sun shining directly at one angle, something gleaming that looks very metallic seems to be glinting. Perhaps not, as it could be a piece of mica, but under certain conditions and positions that metallic-like object appears to have two prominent eyes or circles shining in the sunlight.

Of less reliance upon any magnification or enhancement, is the existence of three clusters of what we can only call imprinting. All around the chisel and knife have cut into the surface revealing a consistently creamy under-surface, as both rocks share the same lighter colour beneath. However, what we believe to be the imprinted marks have not broken the surface, it is the same dark brown colour as are all of the unbroken sections.

2014-11-22 08.11.54 - CopyThe most dramatic imprint is a semi-circle stamped into Ros’ Rock 2, it has a diameter of one centimetre, a flat smooth depression of 25 millimetres with the sides of the circle smooth and arched. The half-circle is surrounded by two larger strokes of 1 cm x 50 mm and 1 cm x 70 mm and two small pecks below. All five markings have not broken the surface, yet could only come about after considerable pressure was applied by a blade or an extremely hot metal stamp of some type. But if a blade, why is it every other marking, whether cut, chisel or peck broke the surface and exposed the lighter under coat?

The second set of what appears to be the same imprinting or stamping process is found above the map on Ros’ Rock 1. There are many indicators that show this section of rock is artificially imprinted and the end-result of incredibly sophisticated technology. First and most convincingly intentional, is the fact that each of the four vertical lines of the map continue on until meeting a point where the imprint above changes its path and angle. All four lines mark out the major points on this upper sharp set of lines, which was cut or imprinted with massive force, yet at no stage did this force break the surface. What stretches the boundaries and strengthens the impossibility that these six adjoining lines are due to natural effects, the depth of cut is double that of the semi-circle measuring over 50 millimetres. That is more than twice the depth of the deepest incision/ engraving on either rock, yet the surface was not disturbed and remains intact, and remains to this day in total opposition to any conventional version of ancient events.

The third collection of imprints is found on Ros’ Rock 1 and is the least striking and consists of nine shapes edging around the bottom side of the blank face. There are 5 ellipses, 3 circles and one marking shaped like a cigar, the depressions are shallower (12-5 mm) and could be due to pressure and abrasion during creation or movement. Under normal circumstances and if on any other rock it would barely rate a mention, but in association with the imprints and variety of other markings, it must be included in the stock-take.

The Enigma of the Older Lines

2014-11-22 08.11.30 - CopyBoth rocks show clear evidence that the cuts/markings/engravings occurred at two different times separated by very long period of centuries, and more than likely millenniums. What becomes immediately apparent when examining Ros’ Rock2 is that the older lines are incredibly fine and extremely straight. The arrangement is very precise and geometric, while the second younger application is lacking in that mathematical precision and is cruder in style. Whether that means the older civilisation was more advanced is not clear, but is implied.

A closer inspection with higher powered magnification has not only added to the tally of the older finer cuts, but added some unexpected twists and turns. We originally assumed that all the older lines ran ‘gun-barrel’ straight, we were betrayed by my 61 year old eyes as one line deliberately takes a 10 degree kink and another begins straight and breaks into a curve. It turns out that at one stage many of these lines were spread across all four sides, but unlike Ros’ Rock 1 there are virtually no intersecting shapes created through the criss-crossing of lines that is so much a part of the narrative of the bigger rock.

How Many Different Ways.

The most amazing and daunting task is trying to estimate how many different tools, width of blades or points and techniques were used when creating these time capsules/testimonials. What keeps dragging us back to what may seem a ridiculous notion, of some sort of ceramic or baking process where the surface was pliable and moist thus able to be cut, pecked, in-filled and shaped, is evidence of what appears to be seven gouge marks on Ros’ Rock 1. Placed in two series of four and three gouges, it seems as if the wet surface was dug into and flicked out seven times over, then baked.

Throw in what we suspect to be a series of imprints, four chisel widths and four diameters of pecks, the cut lines and two different types of in-fill adhering to one of the hardest rocks available and then wrap it around a time scale of no less than five figures, and start all over again because there is no alternative. But before doing so, it needs to be appreciated that there is more to this than some clever technological tricks on display. The numbers certainly do add up, but the equation it is beholding to is certainly unfamiliar to many who claim to know about such things.

Capture 4

Analysis by Dr Derek Cunningham

The map/grid on Ros’ Rock 1 seems to be bound to a series of mathematical principles. There are seven horizontal lines and five are 300 millimetres and two 230 millimetres in length. So too the four vertical lines obey the same need for repetition with the two longest lines measuring 610 millimetres and the two smaller lines 430 millimetres. To suggest this synchronisation is random, whether through unnatural or natural means, is illogical and statistically all but impossible. For any harbouring doubt, the repetition of the angle 33 degrees six times over in this map must refute any notion this is all an amazing coincidence. We believe these measurements were chosen in advance to assist in conveying content and position, but alas, the code is far too cryptic and sublime for the common folk of today to grasp.

On Ros’ Rock 2 there is the a different example of the same need to repeat, but not so much in length but rather points of intersection. Only recently seen, there is a series of four very faint ancient lines that all cross the longer letter A staff. The four lines intersect in a sequence of 30 millimetre gaps.

A Message on and Within?

At the present stage of proceedings, in combination we have seen evidence of chiseling, cuts, lines, shapes, intersection points, semi-circles, imprinting, in-filling, ellipses, lines of codes, a long association with the human index finger and mathematical rules. The problem is that none of these activities is supposed to part of the Australian landscape until well after the British Invasion.

As to deciphering what all of this ancient assemblage of markings mean, we believe we are doomed to be lost in translation twice over. The symbols, angles, spaces and imprints on the rock are beyond our vision and grasp, and it is possible that many may underestimate the depth of this ancient narrative by not looking deeper within. Could it be possible, for this proposal is not on any mainstream academic radar, that because both rocks are made from silicon (the basic element of all computer chips) that there is much more information yet to be unlocked inside? It may be that under the right resonance through Original song, yidaki or bull-roarer what is stored within may yet again reclaim its voice and eminence.

What needs to be recognised is that irrespective of our musings and esoteric hypothesis, it doesn’t matter either way in every respect bar one. The facts are simple, these rocks already rewrite the entire pre-historical narrative. Plot and script alike, everything is now in flux. And in what only adds to the intrigue, the rocks have not yet began to share their deepest secrets.

Dec 16

“The Tunnel, Crayfish, Owl, Walls and Dead Trees, all Sitting on Thirty Three Degrees” (Article)

The Tunnel, Crayfish, Owl, Walls and Dead Trees, all Sitting on Thirty Three Degrees

By Steven & Evan Strong

Way back, not long after we first set foot and reputation into this historical and archaeological minefield, we made contact with Klaus Dona. From that point onwards Klaus has been an indispensable colleague and adviser, and has had a direct impact on so many areas we have investigated.

A focal point of our joint research is a 12 kilometre corridor stretching from Kariong in the north then through to Gosford and continuing further south until reaching the coast. We are united in our belief that in extremely ancient times there was an ancient city on these grounds. Through procedures and technology we are neither privy to nor possess the ability to understand, Klaus sends us photographs marking out where and what. The coloured dots and shaded areas on the satellite photographs tells what is there and where to go, but alas, what is not delineated is the depth of deposit. A refinement in this technology, when on site, can do so, but for now the reality is artefacts of great antiquity are rarely found on or just beneath the surface. So when on site in pursuit of Klaus’ clues we are constantly aware that the object or construction sought could be 5 millimeters or 5 metres beneath the surface, with the realistic possibility of the deeper position being where the artefact will be found.

Within that corridor in question, dozens upon dozens of coloured circles and hatchings have been marked out as prospective sites, and at the present stage of proceedings four locations have been investigated.

Klaus’ Walls

24) Collasped Ancient TunnelWithout doubt this is the most dramatic of the four sites inspected. It is the only archaeology that is so large it could never disappear under the surface, no matter how old. There is an entrance that leads into three walls which then tapers off into a tunnel that runs some considerable distance, but beyond 15 metres I found that the gap is too narrow for me to proceed any further.

Positioned on the side of an extremely severe slope, the whole construction, for that is what it is, will soon collapse under the pressure from above. In the time we have seen this site, the damage has accelerated and the upper wall, which is taking the brunt of weight from above, is all but ready to fall apart. Knowing of the current state of disrepair, we were quite lucky to be able to photograph all three of these walls before things got worse, which they certainly have. As such, this report, as each day passes, is more about what was than what now is.

Our initial measurements, which are now slightly off-kilter, are too identical to be anything other than due to design and exact replication. The three base plates extend the entire length of each wall and measure heights of 189, 190 and 190 cms. Consistent to that pattern, the two upper walls are 292 and 293 cms in height. All four walls are 4 blocks high and each sandstone rock was chiselled and shaped before placement. So fine and skilled is the cut of rock, the joins cannot be penetrated by a cigarette paper.

The three walls that take the weight of the sandstone shelf above which must weigh over one hundred tonnes, pose an immediate problem in sequence. Which came first the walls or the roof?

Exiting this huge yet precarious arrangement of rocks is a feat unto itself, and can only be negotiated when on all fours crawling up a ten metre slope until reaching a less threatening incline that allows us to take on a semi-vertical stance. This construction begins at an entrance, continues on to the walls and further in some considerable distance, well it originally did, but not much longer.

More of the Same

There is another site within the corridor marked out by Klaus which is also on the same latitude of 33 degrees, which we have pondered over, written several articles about and still remain stationed somewhere between bewildered and lost for any way to resolve our impasse. All around are questions asked that flow out of what many may mistake to be anomalies. The nearby vegetation is freakishly large by comparison with any other like example, yet the soil is so infertile. There is one stretch of about 40 metres of an ancient sandstone wall, replete with mortar that binds some blocks to a cliff-face behind.

Then there is one medium-sized sandstone boulder, that is most definitely the focal point for all that surrounds. There are four to five dialanthuns (circular engravings that mark out Original energy/ley lines) on this rock, which is of huge significance in itself, but without doubt the crayfish demands first billing. It is an incredibly fine piece of art that looks so out of place. It doesn’t seem to be of an Original style, looks very new with what appears a fresh cut, but unlike all the other engravings the crayfish is a cream colour.2014-09-29 14.04.38 - Copy

This was the site where I, and others, first held dowsing rods. With no training or prejudices, the rods spun with the most force and power at the crayfish engraving. At each dialathun there was a similar reaction, but the vigour and surge of energy was far less. Whether right beside the crayfish or standing back three metres the rods reacted with the same amount of force and speed of rotation. So palpable and potent is this site, we suspect it may have been a temple or sacred site.

Consistent to that same nebulous reaction, which also reinforces our long-held belief that all these ancient sites are positioned on energy lines, the Cave of the Owl and Orbs is another unknown quantity. It is a narrow and shallow sandstone cave with Original ochre hand stencils and some other figures of charcoal and ochre considered very important, and there in the back left-hand corner is where a brown owl roosts and acts as guardian. Klaus’ photographs alerted us to the fact this was a site that had a massive accumulation of bones, possibly due to an ancient tsunami destroying the city and pushing bodies into one area. From the very beginning we knew there was something unusual about this place.

What seemed to be like a large splash of green paint covered the rock entrance, we felt it was so out of place, but turns out to be the juice of the seeds of a local tree that denotes an area of death. Aunty Beve’s explanation certainly complimented Klaus photograph, but by way of an accident on camera, we found one unexpected statement of cause and effect.

The film we took of the orbs, a subject of which we had no interest in until this excursion across the breach, shows all manner of movement of objects, many of which we have since discovered after further experiments are merely dust particles. But without doubt, there are some objects moving through the cave, in particular a massive green/blue orb that makes a fleeting appearance, and another ball of energy that stops in mid-flight then runs up the arm of Sean then exits around his back, that break the laws of conventional science. That orb was aware of Sean’s presence and recalibrated its path to ensure they did not touch. This ‘being’ is a conscious thinking entity and if it wasn’t for Klaus’ photograph would not have been filmed.

Same Place, but the Other Side

Still keeping to the same latitude and corridor and maintaining a connection to some form of energy that is beyond the reach of measurable detection, there is another site found through Klaus’ images that was less inviting and demonstrably menacing.

It is an awful place, a clean line of utter devastation. Death all over, it is like a square was cut out of the bush and everything inside was eternally cursed to die. This site was visited first by one person, alone. Not a good ploy that got worse when he collapsed onto his knees, this same place was draining him of his energy and ability to remain upright. He felt his body was surrendering to a malevolent force that revelled in harm and was less than confident he was able to leave. More than once he tried to stand but crumpled. He literally crawled out of this site and once entering the greenery and life of the immediate surrounds he was able to regain some energy and quickly departed.

It sounded like an appalling square of death, but Klaus had marked it out and something untoward was stirring beneath because nothing was living above. We were walking on dead trees, that is all there was, half an acre of pure death scythed out of a vibrant forest. Surrounded by the same trees and bush, all heathy and growing strongly, we walked through life at every step, then came upon pure desolation. The earth below was at least a metre from where I was balanced, we were walking upon layers of deadwood thatched on top of each other. There were occasions when I could not see the dirt, and wanted nothing more than to reach the safety of the living forest.

We had seen and sensed powerful affirming sites and reactions that buoyed the spirits at so many sacred places and in the presence of relics of the past, but there was no joy or welcome here. Either something utterly wretched is still there, or was, and knowing what had happened barely two months before, I couldn’t see any compelling reason to remain any longer amongst such chaos and destruction. Detected from afar but undeniably unwelcoming when up close and personal, Klaus has scored another hit. We just aren’t sure what the source of this unrest is, nor whether we are inclined to return to a location that so obviously wishes ill.

For some this site is manifestly disturbing and of evil intent. Whether that be through some form of ancient destructive technology or malevolence from the other side, the place is not right and beyond the repair of Nature or humans. Despite the imbalance and poor form, this site makes sense in every respect. If finding site after site pouring out positive energy and emboldening the soul, everything in life has its opposite, the law of physics will have it no other way. If we are right in suggesting that the healing table is life-affirming and revealing, and thus a positive energy, somewhere nearby the opposite effect must be on display, and this is one of those negative places.

More Baggage at Thirty Three Degrees

There is much more archaeology found within this corridor and when placed in combination with Klaus’ research and photography gives some substance, setting and indications that run counter to all conventional historical accounts whether in dealing with Australia or elsewhere.

10) Shaft

Photo by Alan Gresley

2014-01-14 15.47.33There are thousands upon thousands of engraved star markers in this region, one platform alone has close to 800 and another which is directly above the controversial 300 hieroglyphs at Bambara has a star chart recognised and dated to be over 4,600 years old. Apart from the three sandstone walls, there is another wall some distance away which officials refuse to even inspect that has 13 Proto-Egyptian hieroglyphs. Behind the Bambara hieroglyphs is a ten metre underground tunnel, along with two other tunnels nearby, they are not natural and even the anointed officials have conceded that in declaring “vandals” were responsible.

Close by we have spent some time examining the healing table, what is according to Klaus Dona the largest UFO engraving in the world, a series of artificial walls, an engraved design of an ocean-going boat, the Bulgandry site with the twelve constellations and a space-ship that according to Original Custodian Gave Duncan “sailed across the Milky Way,” countless engravings of Sky-Heroes seemingly neck-less and wearing what appears to be helmets which Aunty Beve referred to as “hats,” the possible hip bone and jewellery of the son of an Egyptian Pharaoh and many other artefacts that run against the mainstream historical tide.

It would be remiss not to also mention there are many other non-Klaus sites in this area that we believe exhibit a variety of paranormal attributes. Without doubt the healing table and Bambara glyphs fall into that category.

Both what we have examined independently and in association with Klaus shares two binding principles. They all raise issues and archaeology that necessitate technology, civilisations and intelligence that does agree with current historical assumptions as to what took place in ancient times. In adding clarity and definition in geography, all of the sites/relics discussed can be found on the thirty third degree of latitude. That confirmation leads on to the reason why we rehashed a sampling of old research, it was simply to give some background to an angle that was repeated time after time on Ros’ Rock Number 1: 33 degrees.

Thirty Three Degrees

On the side of the rock that researchers assisting us believe to be a map (the only point of difference is to whether it serves earthly or off-world purposes), there is one angle that dominates, thirty three degrees. That was already known and mentioned previously, what was not supplied was a full explanation as to why that measurement of southern latitude was a fundamental clue in unlocking the real history of this planet and humanities’ role and ancestry.

2014-07-24 15.54.10The lines on both rocks break every conceivable rule regarding ancient technology on this planet. Some lines look as if they were cut, not chiseled, with a knife on one of the hardest rocks nature can create. Wrapped around such sophistication of tool and expertise is one number, thirty three. Just as it is with all the other archaeology and sites positioned on the same line of latitude, this is part of a package put together at a time when humans were supposedly huddled together in caves grunting at each other. The problem being is that the rock is incredibly hard, the lines are so fine and delicate and even shows signs that it could have been cut rather than chiseled. So too there are quite a few shapes that have been made through techniques unknown, one of particular note is a large semi-circle imprint that show no under-surface and seems to have been punched into the rock.

Above and beyond all these technological irregularities, the repetition of thirty three degrees is of pivotal importance. Calculating latitude accurately is a science that depends on knowledge of the shape and movement of the Earth supplemented with advanced mathematical skills. According to many mainstream texts on Original culture, Original people could not count past four, knew nothing of geometry and would have no reason to suspect the surface of this planet is curved. But if lacking in such fundamentals, how is it possible they knew Bambara/Gosford was on 33 degrees latitude?

Honestly there is only one avenue of response available, start again, there is no Plan B on offer here. Thirty three is a sacred number and holy location in Australia. Klaus’ map and all the other artefacts and constructions provide goods, chattels, sacred objects, dedications to their Sky-Heroes from the Pleiades, temples, tunnels and designs that came from ancient times, Ros’ Rock Number 1 completes this narrative and fills in all the missing spaces.

Dec 12

“Three Resons Why: Frederic Slater’s Two Steps Too Far” (Article)

Three Reasons Why: Frederic Slater’s Two Steps Too Far

By Steven & Evan Strong


This is what Frederic Slater could have looked like if he wore sunglasses and what Evan Strong looks like when he does wear sunglasses (Painting by Dellene Strong)

We are by no means the first to be insulted, threatened and censored in our attempts to reveal the real Original history. We have had reports on our research pulled off National News Bulletins, official government letters threatening penalties and imprisonment, death threats, overseas radio broadcasts being jammed, helicopters circling us on site, and a blanket denial of entry into any academic mind-set are but some of the ploys to which we are subjected. All of this poor behaviour and hostility we have encountered pales by comparison, for surely the treatment endured and the total eradication of any work, words, photographs and papers bearing the name or identity of Frederic Slater has no equal?

Frederic Slater was acknowledged by academics and government alike, as one of the top experts on Original culture and rock engravings and also extremely knowledgeable in all things ancient Egyptian. So great was his stature and wealth of knowledge, he was elected by his peers to be the President of the Australian Archaeological, Educational and Research Society of Australia. During the 1930’s, his many papers and research on both matters was never challenged and always taken on board. Yet by the end of the decade he literally vanished from every record, academic journal and institution. Slater’s identity and presence has been expunged and to the best of our knowledge we believe his research into Original pre-history focused upon three levels of inconvenient truths, which over the decade became more apparent and increasingly uncomfortable. The first step outside the historical norm was tolerable and quite well accepted, as long as the ancient Egyptians reigned in the ascendency throughout this land. But the second and third Original truths left authorities no alternative than to embark upon a complete character and identity assassination.

Slater had examined many sites, but there are two, the Standing Stones site and Buragurra (Devil’s Rock) that crystallised the three fateful steps Slater made that ensured he kept walking off into the sunset never to be seen or heard. As mentioned previously, Slater was adamant that not only the first language, but the beginning of mathematics is just one part of the Original package that spread around the world. Knowing that all civilisation begins in Australia, the Original “philosophy was evolved in the beginning of time and their first symbolism was in numeration, all of which numbers value in their hands, counting from one to ten, and afterwards expressed by cutting marks on the rocks or placing stones or anything else in position to represent the numbers.

Thus you get the first numeration writing like this Slator Notes 1




Now these symbols were represented on the tally sticks for keeping the Exchequer in England until 1826 by a system of notches and I believe the hop pickers in Kent and elsewhere still use the system.”

Always maintaining his focus on the relationship between ancient Egypt and Australia, Slater noted that “the Egyptian numbers-in their hieroglyphic writing are exactly the same as those of our aborigines (sic).”

But Slater did not limit himself to a comparison of ancient numeral system, according to his extensive study of ancient languages, and that of German anthropologist Hermann Klaatsch, all tongues, past and present, have their origin in the First Original Language. Slater was adamant that “the language which we speak is not Anglo-Saxon but just aboriginal (sic) the same as that of our natives on which other dialects were superimposed until it developed into a literary language. Just as French had Latin superimposed on its Gaul or Gwal (Gooual) which in the language of our aborigines (sic) means “speech.”

Needless to say Slater was insistent that the Egyptian language was sourced from Australia. The first Professor of Anthropology from Sydney University, Professor Elkin, was one of many who we suspect would agree with this radical proposition. When in the Kimberleys trying to converse with Original people who had never been in direct contact with any whites, Elkin exhausted his repertoire of neighbouring dialects and just when he was prepared to concede linguistic defeat, these naked nomads broke the communication impasse by gesticulating in Masonic hand signs and speaking in ancient Egyptian.

The reality is they were not actually speaking ancient Egyptian, it is the reverse. Slater was obliged to read what was written in seeking out the inspiration behind all that is regarded as distinctly Egyptian. “In the tomb of Zur-ta, the second king of the first dynasty, in the Amenta, there are boomerangs with this written on them.

Moses was taught the original theological philosophy which our blackfellows followed and he in turn imparted it to the Jews.

Pythagoras got his multiplication table from them. He wrote it something like this

Slator Notes 2 - Copy - Copy

Slator Notes 2 - Copy







Which in the language of our aborigines (sic) is YYYYYYYYY BBBBBBB TTTT MMMM BBBBYYYYYTTTTMMMMM (as these are sacred Original words I can only give the first letter of each word). That is to say, three tried by truth of ten breathes thirty.”

This interaction is steeped in antiquity and is reciprocated in Egypt, as Slater observed after extensive research, “when we examine their teachings closely and their hieroglyphs we find that the ancient cult of the blackfellow prevailed among the Kings, Princes, Priests, Learned men and rich relations were all instructed in the ancient religion and the knowledge of the elements.”

It was against this ancient philosophical, semantic and numerical background the Egyptians were tutored by their Original masters, but it would be a grave error to underestimate the mother-load they sought which extended well past numbers and words. For it was the First Australians who “gave not only to the Egyptians their knowledge and their foundation of hieroglyphics and their philosophy, but formulated the basis of all knowledge in the beginning, now and to come.”

In prosecuting the case for a long term Egyptian presence in Australia, it needs to be appreciated that Slater’s research was extremely well received by his colleagues, so much so special note was made by Slater of the enthusiastic response to his paper presented at the 1937 Science Congress. He was candid in his positive reaction, confiding in the Sydney Morning Herald (Saturday 23 January 1937, page 14) that “I am pleased with the publicity that has been given to the paper.”

Sir Grafton Elliot-Smith, the first Australian academic knighted for his services to academia, has been quoted on the front page of many papers commenting upon the amazing quantity and quality of ancient Egyptian artefacts found in Australia. And equally, supported Slater’s belief that the Original people were of the first human race. He observed that “our natives are the survivors of the first race.”
This Australo-Egyptian association was well known from before World War One and until the beginning of World War Two, however, after the war both Slater and any talk of ancient Egypt vanishes from the press, academic records and official correspondence.
Cardinal Error Number 1

It was tolerable to propose that ancient Egyptians sauntered through the countryside as masters of their choosing and conquerors of all they surveyed, but to suggest exact opposite, that they came in pilgrimage as apprentices lacking in insight, wisdom, language or numbers is far more unsettling. Other Australian academics of that time were equally confident that Egyptians were here, and that stance was conceded, but only Slater delved deeper.

The problem Slater found was that this ancient narrative doesn’t stop there it goes further back, and what was unforgivable was the final destination.

“Came to Earth” (Cardinal Error Number 2)

It was the content of both sites, the Standing Stones site and Burrugurra, which led to Slater’s academic demise. By being truthful to translation he was doomed to fail, the truth was just far too unpalatable for those times, and we have to be honest our prospects are not much better now.

Slater remained faithful to the First Language script when translating the arrangement of 188 rocks and the markings, angles and letters engraved. Together it created a narrative that we are not sure even Slater fully understood. The obvious implication that involves space travel, aliens and genetic manipulation was not a topic of conversation in virtually every circle until after WW2 and in particular, Roswell. Nevertheless, it says what it says and a sizeable portion of what was translated is very off-world.

The first three sayings resonate to this off-world ancestry. “Truth brought out on wings to Earth from God to man.” “Guided by truth man came to Earth through darkness from the Light of Life that shines far off.” “Man came to Earth as man with all his seven senses and was established in truth.” Something or someone coming “to Earth,” is a theme that is repeated in many sayings and presents a departing destination which is not from this planet, that much is clear. Elsewhere Slater noted that the “Divine Light emanating from a Rod which tells of a fire that brought life from a far point east to west.” That distant place is an actual celestial location and the repository of the wisdom of the ages and it is for that reason “the truth brought in from the fire which brings light from afar.”

Where his translation does overstep the historical boundaries, is the extension Slater then adds and reason why travellers from afar came to this planet. “God came in with light from darkness and gave man a soul and the sons of men brought in with Light became the Pillars of Heaven.” In an attempt to leave no shades of grey or symbolic inferences, not only the soul but body itself is part of this alien legacy. “Life is brought in a bag.”

We do not dispute it is possible that all of these references could be either tainted through translation or metaphor and that none of this scriptures are meant to be taken literally. Possibly, but the problem is the research and archaeology of Burragurra leaves no room for any literary device. When discussing the attributes of the First Creation Spirit, Biaime, Slater himself must have realised the depth and scope of who this Sky-Hero was and from where he came. Slater gave three expanding definitions of who Biaime is, he begins as “he who brought life from on high,” then goes further in repeating his celestial origin in stating “he who brought living things and then stepped back into the high regions from whence he came.”

As it is at the Standing Stones, the issue of creation is also addressed at Burragurra, but with far less subtlety. “He who brought life into the world, set down man and woman and gave them the sacred means of propagating life.” Making babies through natural means has never been called “the sacred means of propagating life.” To propagate means to “reproduce by sowing, grafting, breeding” and has the feel of intervening in the natural process. This saying is quite explicit, giving something that creates life sounds very genetic, and it is because as this genetic involvement Biamie only has one leg. Biaime also means to “cut off to build,” and he cut off one of his legs to build humanity. Instead of Adam’s Rib, it is actually Biaime’s Leg, and in particular the DNA inside, which forms the building blocks from which Homo sapien sapiens spawned.

For any still in doubt, that somehow all of this is not an off-world excursion and intervention, but some form of allegory or mythical tale, Slater shut that door with two examples of the actions and residence of Biaime’s kin. Mulla Mulla was the wife on Biamie’s son and has no connection or long-term interest in this planet. Mulla mulla “was lifted down alive from a high place, and so, instead of being made on earth, she came from the sky above.”

Another who not so much came but immediately departed, was the “Nameless One.” He seemed even less inclined to remain with his feet planted on terra firma. Very soon after the Sky-Heroes landed their space-craft and began to take stock, the Nameless One was ready to return to a distant constellation. He boarded “a tree huge in girth and so tall that the foliage mingled with the trees.” Once settled “the tree had vanished in a cloud of smoke. This beautiful tree is now the Southern Cross,” and also the destination his rocket was launched towards.

Murrigiwalda, Protoplasm and the Tidal Movements of the Planets (Cardinal Error Number 3)

The Out-of-Africa theory had not come into theory or existence when Slater was in research, and it still has no relevance to Slater or the Original historical narrative. According to Slater, the Dreaming, the philosophy that underpins Original society, culture and religion “evolved in the beginning of time.” But go past the genetics and however the Original people first evolved, the greatest gift exported abroad was not words, numbers, gadgets or boats that can sail across oceans, it was something far more important. They alone “formulated the basis of all knowledge in the beginning, now and to come.”

We are assured during the 1930’s the common belief in Australia was that the Original people were the last vestiges of an ignorant, primitive Stone-Age race, and unless protected and cordoned off were doomed to become extinct. But amongst the racism and patronising attitudes, there was one beacon of Original truth. A lead article in the Adelaide Mail (Saturday 23 October 1937) contains an interview with “well-known Sydney journalist and authority on the Australian aboriginal (sic),” Mr. Frederic Slater and begins with a date of “approximately 150,000 years ago,” which of course is well before any theoretical entry date in Australia from Africa.

When discussing the content of his new book Scribes of the Stone Age, Slater was quite expansive and incredibly radical in rightly attributing knowledge and insights of the ancient Original people that only a person with intimate contact could know. His statements here are at least half a century ahead of what other academics were privy to, and confirms his credibility.

Reference is made to Slater acquiring knowledge of “a valuable aboriginal (sic) vocabulary, which opened up to him a hitherto unsuspected field of research. The First Language “is known as Murrigiwalda (sacred language), and gave him the key to many avenues of investigation.” With this semi-dictionary at his disposal he was able to finally understand parts of the true history and incredible wisdom they possessed. According to Slater “the stone-age aboriginal (sic) believed that men came from a protoplasm created by God, as a special species, and that the original man could speak from the moment of creation.” He also maintained that “the stone-age aborigine (sic) had a deep knowledge of the circulatory system, that he believed that the origin of the planetary system was tidal, that he understood the creation of the world and knew much about light, darkness and fire.

Fresh evidence is also given that he believed in the immortality of the soul. It is stated too, that aspects of Mr. Slater’s research will be of particular interest to students of the origin and history of Freemasonry.”

Throwing Petrol onto Fire

Slater is going too far here, overstepping every polite academic boundary in claiming virtually everything we recognise as wisdom, religion, language, maths, astronomy, art, and so it continues, is Original and began in Australia. Quite simply, Slater is claiming that these illiterate naked nomads are our ancestors, the first and greatest global philosophers and know everything of importance.

What only compounds his ignominy and the affront to the historical status quo, Slater alleges that highest representatives of the most admired ancient civilisations, the Egyptians, came to Australia in supplication and absolute reverence of their Original teachers. They came as novices and at the invitation of their betters, this is a story that is so inconvenient and radical, the person responsible will surely win no friends in high places.

The third transgression, and the most damming, is Slater’s constant reference to “came from Earth,” and multitude of obvious indicators as to how far away somewhere else in the Universe the Sky-Heroes “came from.” Time after time Slater speaks of the deeds, words and off-word origins of the first Gods. Before Word War 2, Roswell and Erik Von Daniken such talk of Alien beings was rare and a guarantee of strife at the very least, and in Slater’s case much worse was in store for his belligerence in content selection three times over.

And it is those high places that saw Slater’s fall from grace absolute, with no mercy or respect in store for any person evangelising on such disturbing matters. In every respect except he kept breathing, Slater died just before the Second World War. His crime, telling the whole Original truth, and the sentence meted out was death by a thousand silent cuts and total denial. It is marginally ironic that soon after describing the existence and journey of the son of Biaime, who had neither a name, identity nor place of residence, Slater’s identity was lost as he was cast into a vacuum of non-existence for daring to tell the truth.

Flash forward 75 years and here we are walking down the same path, with some added detours and forks in the road. Nothing has changed, academics and Government agencies are actively conspiring against us in suppressing the truth, and nothing we have released has ever been covered in any mainstream publication. Same deal as Slater, the so-called free press will never cover the archaeology and science we are researching, if it wasn’t for the inter-net and the chance to share information, we would have no access to any means of sharing these Original truths with the public. That is the only difference, it’s the same story as before, (with extensions and off-shoots) the only difference is that this time we can’t be silenced, whereas last time Slater had no avenues to pursue except more grief and hostility.

So thorough was the censorship imposed upon him, if it wasn’t for the set of handwritten notes to his colleague on the Standing Stones site, nobody would know of Slater’s name, research, post or details of the First Language. Everything would be lost, which was the intention anyway, and they would have succeeded, but the truth will always prevail and the timing wasn’t right then, but it is now.

With Slater’s baton passed on and accepted, bring on the censors, the officials steeped in denial and a media obsessed with trivia, reality shows and anything that does not enlighten or stimulate, even though we have little chance of breaking through this barrier of mediocrity, that alone is incentive enough to persevere and keep plugging away in the hope that just maybe …

*A special thank you to Erik Bower for his brilliant research on Slater.

PS. Concluding Observations:

Fact One. Frederic Slater was a highly respected academic and was elected as the President of the Australian Archaeologists.

Fact Two. Everything about him in all official records was deliberately taken out. Why?? Even if we are wrong, that censorship was more wrong. Something is very wrong here and answers should be, but we sincerely doubt will be, forthcoming.

Dec 09

“Chert by Chert: Ros’ Marked Rock No. 2″ (Article)

Chert by Chert: Ros’ Marked Rock No. 2

By Steven and Evan Strong

2014-11-22 08.20.00 - CopyIt is a deceptive piece of silica, considerably smaller, less ornate and refined, this rock appears to be the lesser sibling of Ros’ Rock. However, when you look a little deeper, it soon becomes obvious the roles are indeed reversed. This rock has so much more to say, if only we, or any Homo sapien sapien residing on this planet, could read between the lines.

Despite the inherent genetic limitations, there are some early comparisons and further observations that can be made that stretch the scope and sophistication of technologies, reinforce our belief there was some sort of symbiotic relationship between these rocks and the right hand and that there were two times, separated by thousands of years, when the engravings on each rock took place. And it is that separation in timing between first and second applications which causes the most contradictory end-product. The final result seems back the front, in that the older, worn lines are more delicate, absolutely straight and the longest on the smaller rock. The younger and second time around with blade on rock appears cruder, less fastidious in precision and a lot less indistinct. The difference in timing seems much greater than that of Ros’ Rock.

With five articles written there is no need to revisit past observations and measurements made on Ros’ Rock 1. In general terms there is a geometry and patterning on the bigger rock that is deliberate. A repetition of angle and measurement, parallel lines, intersection points, spaces in between and a multitude of shapes resonate to mathematical principles. The peckings are about one third the size of those on the smaller rock and the 28 identified are not clustered, but spread across the sides, and because of their size they are barely visible unless intentionally focusing on the specific site in full sun. Their contribution to this narrative is intentionally minor, no doubt it is there and has importance, but a minor chapter at best.

On the Second Rock …

On the second rock, the pecks are bigger and far more numerous, they are restricted to half of one side and, unlike the bigger rock, are the central point of the entire narrative. Even the striking letter A symbol serves a greater purpose in sliding around the edge of the rock underneath the pecked side at the bottom. There is an older engraving and runs in a perfect diagonal line with a finer cut which begins at the cap of the A and descends around the next the two sides before joining the younger Figure A staff at the bottom of the heavily pecked half-side. Such an intersection, the only one apparent on this rock, is of pivotal significance.

Outside that one convergence the second rock has nothing in common in setting or script with Ros’ Rock. The one solitary general point of intersection, as opposed to greater than 70, is a stark contrast. There are no shapes made by intersecting lines on any side, many lines are of an inferior mathematical quality in manufacture and precision. With the exception of the figure A, which contains an exact width in parallel lines, incredibly steady hand and expertise, and of course the finer, older lines, all that is left over is younger, a touch cruder and less committed in the pursuit of exactitude.

As much as the A grabs the eye, the entire narrative revolves around the mass of information encoded on Side 4, and on that face there isn’t one ‘gun-barrel’ straight line, point of intersection or shape to be seen. What we have here is all over the place, as it should be and was in distant times, there is no pattern on these four sides, outside both rocks sharing a clear attempt to relay an interconnection to all sides, they share very little in markings or arrangement.

2014-11-22 08.11.54 - CopyWhat is really fascinating is how deceptively complex Side 4 actually is, and equally how cryptic and intelligent is the message encoded. Two large shapes, one an elongated ellipse with one fairly straight side and another, a cross between a tick and boomerang, are the biggest and thickest lines on either rock. All around are close to 200 pecks, the closest to a straight line out of all the younger entries, a few finer older lines, one larger and two smaller semi-circle imprints, five horizontal lines of dashes and dots, some smaller younger lines and an odd engraving that still retains a piece of the original surface yet is surrounded by the now exposed under-surface.

The technological scorecard as tallied after examining what lay on and beneath the surface of Ros’ Rock, can certainly be more than doubled. The bigger rock shows evidence of three different widths of cut/incision, while on the smaller rock there are five different blade width on display. The semi-circle imprints are not on the bigger rock and come in two sizes, a diameter of 100 millimetres or 20 millimetres. Even though the mere mention of a technique which we suspect is extremely radical and will upset our critics, it looks like the shape was actually punched into the rock which then left an imprint, as opposed to being chiseled or gouged out. The peckings are different and of larger diameters to the smaller pecks on the bigger rock. What only adds to the intrigue and size of the tool kit needed on the smaller rock, we can identify four different sizing of pecks. The deepest and thickest pecks are most assuredly on the smaller rock.

2014-11-22 08.21.41 - CopyAs stated in earlier articles, both rocks were most definitely artificially shaped in a way that can be held in the right hand and in both cases, in a very specific manner. Of course, the second smaller rock has been demonstrably formed to be held with the index finger and this has happened many, many times over an extremely long period of time. The time taken that can account for a depression of this depth that is obviously meant to take the form of the index finger, has to comfortably run into five figures, and perhaps even more.

“The Language we Speak is not Anglo-Saxon, but just Aboriginal.”(Frederic Slater- Personal Notes)

The question that now needs to be addressed relates to where in Australia the smaller rock was last held by the index finger, if for no other reason that it is the only part of our research on this rock that was already well in advance before it went up for auction.

Stone-Circle._rapvue14Without going into specifics or geography, we can reveal that the smaller rock was found at a location that is within 100 kilometres of the Standing Stones site. From the time Ros rang two hours before the auction closed, the description was vague in every respect bar one, she made mention the letter A. My immediate response was to refer to the Standing Stones site, the place where the first language ever spoken was memoralised, and a language made of an amazingly diverse combination of characters. When making that comment I had no idea where the artefact was found, but did know that of the 21 letters nominated by Frederic Slater as being part of an Original language that comprised of rock arrangements, angles, hand signs, body parts and animal motifs, he listed A as the first letter of the Original alphabet and of immense importance. According to Slater it is a “language built almost entirely on vowels,” of which the “letters not used are F, Q, S, X, Z.” Because the Original language was the inspiration behind all other tongues, Slater openly conceded that “the language we speak is not Anglo-Saxon but just aboriginal (sic).” (Frederic Slater- Personal Notes)

The question that arises out of Slaters’ research relates to whether this engraving is the first letter of the Original language and of massive historical significance, here in hand and finger we have the very first letter of the very first alphabet. There is no absolute here, but it is Original, was found in the vicinity, does correspond with the research of the man elected as President of the Australian Archaeological Society who nominated a symbol that looks enough like A to be named A, just as we did. We would suggest that as things stand the chances are high this rock was part of that ancient assemblage, which was first desecrated during the 1840’s. Even during that disturbance it was noted by those involved in this overwhelming affront to culture, that rocks were taken off the Standing Stones site by the three Original people who were acting as Custodians. As to whether this rock was one of those hidden, taken from the mound at a later date or used nearby for another purpose cannot be narrowed down, but the connection to that site and the general area seems highly likely.

Chert Plus Chert Equals …

2014-11-22 08.19.36 - CopyBoth rocks are chert, and although not of the same dimensions they share a common general shape. On either rock, four sides were used and both seem to indicate a sequence in each narrative. At first glance it may seem that these hundreds of individual engravings constitute the entire message, but perhaps there is more under the surface. These silica rocks are not that different from the silicon chip in chemistry and capacity. What if there is also information stored within awaiting the right vibration in song to unlock ancient secrets?

If our suspicions are confirmed then that mystical doorway and the key needed to unlock these secrets held within, is the most important legacy the rocks have bequeathed to modern humanity. It is right in front of us, close enough to touch and ready to be activated and sung to, if only we knew what words to sing and notes to scale. All we can hope for is that this ancient sacred song is not lost, the rocks are ready and willing to be sung, all we seeking is the one who is able.

My God, what happened then? Our apologies for momentarily straying into the esoteric when our brief is to stay on track and convince through the empirical, back to the facts, figures and rock solid archaeology. The rocks are the same shape and make, and serve the same greater purpose. Even though they are separated by more than 700 kilometres, the fact they look similar and are made from the same silicon constituents is indicative of united purpose that may well span the whole continent of Sahul.

In both cases and rocks, purely at face-value, there are some geological facts that need to be firmly established before any doubt or verdict is cast. The simple geological truth is that no natural processes could striate in this manner. In the simplest terms, glacial striation, which is the only feasible natural process that could leave marks displaying some crude similarities, can leave a criss-cross patterning. This could happen on one side of a rock, it doesn’t keep flowing from side to side all the way round. What is on display here looks like it was placed inside a rotating machine. What is also evident at first glance is the polishing followed by grooving, and in what leaves no room for nature’s involvement, a different grain and colour of rock was cemented into some grooves. The infilling is so artificial and evidently equally successful, as it still remains. In what only adds to intrigue and sophistication, the infilling in each grove/depression is different, and every geological rule known or suspected is steadfast in proclaiming nature doesn’t do a variety of artificial infills with an adhesive that last thousands of years. Humans, other earlier hominids and beings, those from earlier civilisations, the host of extra-terrestrial visitors, interlopers and residents and any sentient beings we have inadvertently omitted, yes they all do infills, but not nature, never.

The processes required, technology applied and intelligence of the persons involved breaks every conventional pre-historical mould, to deny otherwise demands contrary evidence and there is none on these rocks, except the stock-standard ploy used when all other defenses crumble under the weight of pure science and real geology: it is all a hoax.

There is nothing else left, someone has to stand in front of Ros, face to face, and call her a liar. As with so many pieces of archaeology we are involved, there is nothing in cupboard to contend with outside it all being down to mischief and bad people lying. We have heard that same tired old negative mantra when confronted with the crystal skull, the Egyptian jewelry and ancient bone, the treaty tablet and so many other artefacts and sites we have shared. The problem is that this time that urge to perpetrate a hoax has to apply to second party. Ros discovered the first rock when a backhoe was on site excavating, but she brought the second rock from another group, so these other people must also be of poor character and deceitful nature.

Enough of this pathetic character assassination, accept the truth and fess up, just for once stop dismissing and denigrating while seated in a padded chair. Stand up, hold your head high and walk out of the building and into country with us and the truth will be revealed, or remain seated and committed to an eternal human curse: there are none so blind as those who refuse to see.

Dec 08

“A Crystal Skull in Australia, Surely Not!” (Article)

A Crystal Skull in Australia, Surely not!

By Steven & Evan Strong

2014-11-30 12.49.45Our meeting with the Custodian and Carers of this phenomenally sacred artefact came about through the assistance of Klaus Dona. He arranged a skype meeting and from that introduction a date, time and potential meeting place was proposed. The motivating topic, talk of some type of crystal skull, is an area of which we have taken very little interest and I had some trouble absorbing the possibility that such a relic was part of any Original archaeological package. Throughout all this talk of a mythical talisman I managed to retain a healthy dose of ‘less than convinced.’

The little we knew about crystal skulls was predicated around the negative, and in particular, two points of criticism. First and foremost, in all cases we know of a critical academic pre-requisite has been breached, as there was no attention paid to archaeological protocol when in the recovery process. There is no film or photograph of the skulls in situ, no video of the approaching party, nor is there a visual record of the moment of discovery or reactions of those involved to analyse and scrutinise. In each case we are aware of it is all a matter of trust me, I’m honest and my version of events is true, but utterly unsubstantiated if applying any empirical minimum standard. A 50/50 call like that in today’s cynical and jaded world just doesn’t measure up, is too easy to attack and so difficult to defend. If only more rigour was applied at first sighting.

Of less impact, but still an issue of concern and criticism, is the variation in finesse and lack of regularity in application. The increasing tally of skulls range in presentation with some quite crude while others are undeniably an impressive piece of art, but when set in comparison the whole assemblage displays much more that is random and separate than what is shared.

These negative equivocations aside, all we knew was that some people we had never met made a claim without a supporting photograph. On any other occasion we would have politely excused ourselves from active duty and driving such a long distance inland, but with Klaus’ approval already sanctioning their research we were obliged to attend. In what only added to my forebodings that this was a futile mission, not only was our first meeting cancelled due to misunderstanding, on our second attempt one kilometre out from the rendezvous point, we took the wrong turn.

Face to Face

As it is with Original Old Ways, nothing except face to face contact achieves anything of substance. Nothing changed, what unsettled my reluctance to commit was that they seemed very genuine people of fine intent, and I originally found them to be good people. On the air they sounded fine and spoke correctly, but while the voice can take on shades of grey the eyes are an open palette, and in this respect we knew we were sitting among powerful people with open hearts. For most of the first twenty minutes spent in random conversation I actually forgot about the skull. When it was suggested to show us the skull and change tact, I realised I was so engrossed in the people we had just met and what they were saying, the artefact was missing in other interests and fascinating observations.

As the cloth and shape beneath first appeared my immediate reaction was somewhat drab and decidedly dismal, I was half expecting a cloudy piece of jagged rock that if held at an angle one solitary tooth and something jaw-like could be made out if squinting. I was preparing to feign a degree of recognition that resided solely in the eye of a fanatical beholder, to agree that a depression somewhere on that rock could resemble a jaw and a cheek bone is hinted at in a ridge. They are genuinely good souls and it wasn’t my role to dash their hopes and disappoint. So throw the cloth off and expose away, I will be tactful and circumspect, then after we leave mark it off as another day where no archaeology was found and people meant well.

2014-11-30 12.49.29To my recollection this verbal impasse has happened once before. I was literally struck speechless when first face to skull, I did try and say something but a time delay of near on five seconds was locked in this new programming. The problem is that when the mouth and voice reassembled and finally joined forces, what was offered fell well short of the mark. No words can come close to describing what we saw and never will. Until now, such an object had no description as it has no equal. Knowing that the make and features of the other crystal skulls (genuine and bogus) pale by comparison, whatever commentary offered will fail in one crucial respect, unless it is in your hand and all places in between the skull can only be appreciated at the most superficial levels.

Without doubt, its clarity was exceptional and light years past the muddy tinges of white and grey predicted, I could see the individual lines of my fingerprints. Then there was the total lack of tool use, blade mark or abrasion, the surface was smooth without blemish, and of course, what stood out beyond the need for tools of exceptional strength and delicate blade, was the quality of artistry. Without question, amongst all the candidates this skull is the most anatomically correct, symmetrical, complex and artistically of the highest level. That is plain to see, but upon closer inspection the story and technology gets even more complicated.

Each tooth is distinct, the detail is so exact in that the incisor tooth is differentiated from front and molar teeth, but the problem is that 14 plus 14 equal 28 teeth and if an adult, there should be 32 teeth on display. The four back wisdom teeth are missing, but it doesn’t stop there, so too the eye-brow ridging is absent. The acceptable belief is that this ridge was very prominent in cruder hominids at earlier times and has been gradually disappearing. On this skull it was never there to begin with, the eye socket juts into the forehead clean with no ridging present. The jaw line is ‘gun-barrel straight’ running at 180 degrees for about 4 centimetres, whereas all hominid jaws are curved, past or present, there is no exception to the physiological rule, until now.

2014-11-30 12.47.52The eye sockets are far too wide and long, they are so over-exaggerated it is almost cartoon-like. Adding to that comment is a waste of ink and our time, no hominid past or present had eyes that big! This same over-extension is also apparent in two utterly amazing and unique projections of crystal that arch away from the jaw in a hollow crystal tube then re-attaches. On each side the projecting crystal is identical in positioning, width and separation from the main body. Once again, this is another development that has no precedent, this skull keeps standing not only apart from the main body of crystal skulls, but some way above.

When estimating that standing and stature, the actual height of this being, it is another 50/50 call. If it is meant to be life-sized, we would suggest this being would stand a little over one metre, but there is no reason to assume it was created with that aim.

Granted, this was our first encounter, but we do believe that there is one feature evident and most certainly spread across the skull that separates this crystal skull from its colleagues. Around the skull are a series of lines that run across and down, and in some places intersect. Sometimes the line is fairly straight, often arched and on occasions very jagged, I initially assumed that was due to different pieces of clear crystal being joined then fused together. However, after hearing an observation made by a young gentleman with lateral vision, Alex, that these marks correspond to the plated-bone structure of the cranium, it was time to reconsider. With the diagram of a modern skull as a comparison to hold and compare, it became apparent that this was a very important step forward. The markings are indeed meant to be what Alex suspected. So literal and dedicated to detail is this artefact, nothing was omitted and everything attended to.

2014-11-30 12.48.12Still to be Resolved

Ten times more than what we could possibly hope for, this object was without equal, but it was not out of turbulent waters, not by a long stretch. Before seen, once seen and straight after, there was one elemental elephant in the room that had to be addressed. Amazing as it was, a stunning creation, however, what proof do we have that it wasn’t recently custom made for mischievous reasons?

All the way through that popular ploy has always been the first port-of-call for cynics and critics, their line in the sand meant that the other crystal skulls cannot be proven to come from anywhere. What was fascinating was as I was about to put voice to this nagging doubt, it put to rest by one of the men who explained how they planned ahead.

They did have the foresight and attention to rigour required, a film was taken of before, during and after. The artefact on site, being found, the reactions and interplay of witnesses, all of this and more was captured on film. That revelation was the last straw and immediately cleaned out the remaining scraps in my doubt cupboard. By now my defences were overwhelmed by good science, amazing technology, pre-emptive measures and what lay within and around this skull.

And it is the within and around this crystal skull that is the prime principle in this mystical equation and also the most difficult to quantify, simply because somewhere along the process a leap of faith is required. Once prepared to take that extra esoteric step the reasons why most of the lines marking out bones on the cranium were covered in glue and the eye sockets festooned with green crystals (prenite) become clearer. This was done as a survival technique and an effective way to remain sane, now what comes next in explanation may sound contradictory, perhaps a touch insane, but this is where that leap of faith is demanded first before embarking on this journey.

The skull has a constant and omnipotent spirit and presence, full of wisdom, insights, suggestions and comes from a power and place beyond the rational. It was so pleased to find such an aware soul and because of that connection this lady was flooded with knowledge and love and needed a contemporary levee bank to stem the flow. The eyes and infinitesimal gaps between plates were the most powerful exit points and were dampened by blue crystals in each eye socket and the application of a modern adhesive along plate-lines. This recent intervention has afforded a degree of control and respite.

The Current State of Play

On the thirty first day of January, 2013 the crystal skull made itself known and sought out the person it felt, no knew, was the only Custodian appropriate for that time. Nearly two years since, the skull, carers and Custodians have decided the time is right to speak out and let the Original truth take its own course.

Even though we have barely begun our research, it is apparent that this story can only have two conclusions. All of these people came the day before, cleverly hid the object, filmed and feigned surprise and a whole gamut of emotions and have been waiting close to two years to now steal their moments of fame. Devious, cajoling and willing to lie, the skull was made by modern tools and bought with Australian money. This hoax is all a matter of bad people doing dishonest things.
Conversely they are telling the truth and the object is legitimate. Such is the sophistication of technology, expertise, subtleties, absolute energy and presence, this skull of itself tears up the pages of so many books on all manner of historical topics.

Neither option escaped our attention throughout our time together, but the choice was made early on and sealed in crystal after one small incident and temporary objection. This group have been and still are very circumspect and we will be extremely careful in not revealing persons and locations through maintaining anonymity. When Evan asked permission from the lady who has directly connected with the skull to take the photographs we are now allowed to show in this article, initially she agreed conditional upon it being for personal use and not for publication. As Evan was about to take the first shot, one of her colleagues who was not privy to their exchange demanded he stop now. Once this lady told him it was alright he relaxed, what I noted was that response was not contrived but a reflex reaction which is not inspired by a craving for fame and notoriety. All he was doing was keeping the skull hidden and being protective of a precious truth. There is no hidden agenda in their dealings and motives and of that we are certain.

And that is the essential element in this artefact and what should follow, if these people are truthful, if the skull contains evidence of dealings and technology that break so many conventions, is a major concern. It comes down to what should happen, and what will be. The skull demands to be examined at a microscopic level and acknowledged at every level. Based on first impressions, the chances are very high that this could be one of the most important pieces of archaeology ever found. That prospect alone should see academics by the thousands flocking to Australia to investigate and admire. The recurring problem is that this specific ‘should’ is lacking in history or interest, whenever articles on controversial artefacts we have been involved with have been released, the silence within academia and government circles has been inevitably deafening.

But this time, this artefact is solid in archaeology, honest in personnel, obvious in advanced technology and powerful in ways that span the breach, and in consort demands official recognition. Despite all of these truths, we are even less hopeful of success and recognition than I was before first seeing this crystal skull, but then again, I was wrong then and could be yet again. If only …

Dec 02

“The Stone Quarry: “Long Before True” [Part 2]” (Article)

The Stone Quarry (Long Before True)

By Steven & Evan Strong


Photo by Sean Vandenberg

We’d seen the photographs, exchanged details through Email and spoke on the phone, but until meeting Kate, her husband Tony, brother, whose name is Alex, their daughter and the two carved figures, nothing was certain.

They live on a small farm on the Central Coast (NSW), a beautiful setting in a secluded valley and somewhere far enough away from the noise and competition to make living a pleasure. It didn’t take long for me to realise why Kate and Alex were not only honouring their parent’s legacy, in particular her mother, but they were the rightful present-day custodians of these archaeological treasures. The artefacts could not be in better hands and what lay ahead looked even brighter. Kate and Tony’s young daughter, barely able to walk, had the eyes that would melt the heart and stir the soul of a North Korean dictator, and left me more than awe-struck by the wisdom and insights that lay within. A very, very old soul. The artefacts are sacred and the Elders from Mount Hagan had chosen wisely.

We sat outside and talked for a while before I brought out the two ancient rocks. I felt it important to set a complementary ancient technological setting before Kate’s artefacts were introduced, and they did indeed achieve that purpose. It was now obvious to them that the amazing technology evident on their carved stones was not alone.

However, before sighting the objects it would be disrespectful not to fist acquaint ourselves with their parents, their deeds and inclinations, with particular emphasis on the day in the Highlands when the Elders first revealed these amazing objects to the family.

At best estimation Alex feels he was eleven at the time and is confident and clear in his recall, while Kate was five at the time which has with it a few limitations, but together with Alex their recollections of that day formed a solid and reliable account.

Their parents were previously living in PNG in the 60’s, their father managed a coffee plantation. They came back to Australia but could never leave the land and people behind and returned in the mid 70’s where their father took on the management of an airline service. But it was their mother who made a real connection with the Indigenous peoples. They both learnt to speak Pidgin English, and spent leisure time in pursuit of new villages and adventures. High on their mother’s list was making contact with the custodians of a highly regarded, but extremely remote quarry, famed for the quality of stone. Getting to this place was a feat of some proportions, even by their standards it was an arduous trek for adults let alone a five year old girl and her big brother, by the by the end of the day they reached the place and people they sought.

Details of the actually exchange are sketchy and Alex and Kate hope with further reflection and research of letters and papers more will come to light, but we have the suspicion that the statue of this being was something revered, but it was perhaps tinged with fear. They do remember that some time was spent trying to determine some sort of time frame, but that seemed to be lost in translation and antiquity. Nothing, be it “Christmases” or “Grandfathers,” came close, it was very, ancient coming from the time of “Long Before True.” Although lacking in numerals, all we need is 300 years to earn a pass mark as according to all accredited historical text books there was no metal, tools, expertise or tradition of such technology and sculpturing in PNG or Australia. It is patently obvious many noughts are part of this equation and that a variety of steel blades of the highest quality, from broad to exceptionally fine, were used in creating this profiled stone sculpture.

Of course, some of these elements and questions will never be fully identified, but after about 20 minutes in conversation my curiosity would no longer hold its silence and I broke into a conversation on an unrelated topic and asked Kate if we could see the being and bird.

Kate brought out an old case, probably belonging to her parents, I opened it and inside was yet another surprise. Inside was not the two stone artefacts as expected, photographed and discussed on show, but three! And the third object was without doubt the most mysterious, at first glance it resembled nothing. The carving seemed lacking in comparison, function or a clue as to why anyone would bother. The bird was far bigger than suggested by the photograph, not that I’m even sure how to elaborate on that observation, but we all expected something that could fit in the palm of the hand not use in a gym. It weighs over 3.3 kilograms and still retains the blade marks that highlight each feather in the outstretched wings. Kate and Alex were in agreement that it was, minus the wispy tail which would make it impossible to stand and balance, the iconic bird of PNG, the Bird of Paradise. As both artefacts were made from the same rock, it seems safe to assume they were local and manufactured in PNG, as for the carved statue of the being, nothing is that clean cut.

Alex succinctly summed up the essential difference between the Alien/Hominid carving and the other two PNG stone artefacts just before we left. He picked the two rocks Ros had found and placed it beside the Alien/Hominid carving, stating that these three artefacts stand together in stretching boundaries and questioning conventional historical assumptions. The other two remained to the side of the table, he felt that the bird and six pronged cog infer and sit at the periphery yet allow the doubters room to manoeuvre thus sowing doubt, while the three relics he selected are bold and powerful contradictions that demand respect and will elicit either a strident denial or immediate revision.

One by Three: the Sacred Number

What I was struck by when opening the case was not so much the unexpected addition to the team or remarkable masonry and technology on display, but that there were three artefacts given by the Elders. Three is the Sacred Original Number and litmus test called into action whenever assessing the spiritual bona fides of any site, oral account or artefact, that is not negotiable. Establishing a triple connection, this alone strengthens the authenticity of the archaeology. Past that point, my attention and focus was total, what to make of that head?

Nothing, past or present comes close to this arrangement, and nothing we can offer beyond basic measurements has any comparative base, so no matter which way we lean it is all degrees of conjecture. The one definite that will be resolved is the make of rock, as soon as can be arranged a meeting between Kate, the carvings and anonymous experts will shed a definitive light on the geology. For now the two semi-uniformed suggestions floating in the ether include a piece of meteor or my choice, basalt with a caveat, I am concerned about a small section of air pocketing. Past that initial reaction, it needs no further consideration as a more informed opinion is at hand.

2014-11-20 10.02.17 - CopyThe shape is very odd, somewhat like a slightly off-balance bar-bell. It measures 18 centimetres in height, the top section which includes the carved face is 11 centimetres at its widest point while the bottom bulb is up to 10 centimetres wide. The connecting shaft which as gets closer to the head takes on a neck-shape, so much so you can clearly identify the two narrow bones that connect to the jaw and measures 6 centimetres across and 8 centimetres in length. Kate made the point more than once that it could not be a grinding stone, I suspect it was an uninformed critique she had to deal with earlier. If it is a grinding stone the balance is appalling, there is no evidence of any form of grinding at the either end and nor is there any indentation made by the gripping hand or finger when supposedly grinding.

More to the point when in this planet at any time did anyone spend so much time putting a face on a tool used to crush seed/taro to make flour? And it is that same face that I could stop staring at from the time the case was opened. It was so fine, so delicate and so unlike anybody from anytime. The artefact was found in a country of broad noses, wide eyes, big cheekbones and thick necks, and I could be referring to the paintings, carvings, masks or actual physiology of the Indigenous people, that description is universal and without exception. But in this one case, there is a nose so narrow the only modern-day comparison comes about after cosmetic nose surgery, a delicate set of lips, almond eyes, a very extreme recession of the forehead and a neck that is just too long to be anatomically functional for an Earthly being.

Not only is the neck too long and wide, there is a bored hole, perfectly circular at a depth of 3 millimetres and there at the bottom of the hole is a perfect circle of 2 millimetres depth and a flat base of 180 degrees. A machine did not drill with one sharp point, this time around a section of rock was extracted clean and intact. What was left behind is utterly incontestable, we have a new extension on a tool-kit from an antiquity and sophistication that I am having trouble finding a word or glib phrase to describe.

What is it? Who was the model who sat and posed for this sculpture? The problem is we are not discussing a fictional extra for Steven Spielberg movie, if a being of this type walked down the street tomorrow in any ‘advanced’ city, 99.99% would recognise it as a Grey Alien, Cone-Head, Pleiadian or some sort of extra-terrestrial life-form. Less than 00.01% would say it is human or any type of hominid. But maybe, just maybe, there was one strand of hominid, that kept apart and evolved into a genetically stagnant cul-de-sac, and this is the first time evidence of such earthly life forms has been brought to the public’s attention?

Alex’s Second Choices

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Photo by Sean Vandenberg

Never an afterthought, I did not get around to asking Kate why she never sent a photograph of the six-spoked spherical flange-like object. Maybe, she left it as a special surprise or perhaps a clever ploy to guarantee my interest, what I do know is that both Kate and her brother felt this particular artefact was no less than first amongst equals. Neither Kate nor Alex could explain its application, but they did agree such objects, which were never as impressive or elaborate, were in use elsewhere in PNG.

Of course, there are differences in this object to the statue of the being, nothing is that refined or life-like, no polishing is apparent, it is a different type of rock and we still have no idea what it is. Not fully symmetrical, the six spokes were engraved out of a sphere, so when spinning it seems, if focusing only on the outer edge, to be off-balance in rotation. However the outer central circle on both edges is perfectly aligned and centrally placed and they both converge to a narrower inner circle which is half the diameter.

Then when held sideways it becomes obvious there is a distinct flanging as the artefact narrows to about ¾ of the width of the top edge. Where things get really obscure is when trying to imagine once wedged into on a wooden shaft, held in the hand or tied to rope or string, then what? I just don’t know where to go next, to invest so much time and skill on a rock that does …

The bird at least has a high recognition factor. With its head bowed, which was interpreted as being a sign of passiveness and peaceful intentions, each feather is individually marked onto the rock, the arched back and curved wings of this carving of the Bird of Paradise are anatomically correct and was constructed without leaving a trace of a percussion bulb. Outside looking like a bird and being exceptionally heavy, we cannot determine any purpose or trait except a lack of mobility.

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Photo by Kate Nesbit

Put it all Together

We have a long way to go on this one. The object of obscure function and bird at present has given very little, while the statue of the being/hominid is clearer and could be one or the other, or perhaps something else again overlooked. As we stated earlier outside the existence of rogue technology, everything is open for further input and research.

What can be stated with confidence is that the statue reeks of a technological sophistication that is as inconvenient as it is real. The neck was bored into, not drilled or pecked, but bored and the resulting piece of rock was extracted intact. As to why and what this represents, that of course is unknown, but when set into the bigger picture it becomes possible this symbolised some sort of genetic process in that it seems something is being implanted into the spine. Or it could be far less esoteric or scientific and simply a matter of someone was showing off what this new gadget was capable. Irrespective of why, the fact remains that the rock was bored into, and this is another technological scenario that has never been considered as historically possible. There are hints of some sort of crossover of species in the engraving of one ear, the second ear has not worn away, it was never there. No hominid has ever gone down that path, all hominids past and present have two ears visible. If an error, when all around is so graphic and representational, to leave out one ear seems obscenely forgetful or intentional. On this occasion, when comparing what is there and the care and skill involved, a lapse of judgment and vision of that proportion is impossible to envisage, we opt for a deliberate statement of genetic cause and effect.

The almond shaped eyes are once again a facial feature not part of any sapien or ‘lesser-hominid,’ the reality is that nothing about this face is reminiscent of any person past or present. Yes the sharp receding forehead does have ancient parallels, but these hominids are invariably thick-boned robust sapiens with a broad face.

The same finesse in cut and skill of the hand is evident when examining the delicate nose and mouth, this is manifestly many steps above the crude scratchings on the Blombos Rocks, and very much in synchronicity with what has been created on the surface of Ros’ Rocks 1 and 2. And it is that ‘big picture’ setting that is an essential part of the three artefacts from PNG. All the way up the East coast of Sahul there exists a variety of technological techniques engraved on extremely hard rock. Difficult to cut and mark but essential because of the longevity of what is carved, the three sites change all the rules and coincidentally come forth in a cluster of three. As mentioned many times, three is the sacred number and all three sites bear witness to ancient times and earlier civilisations. An intriguing part of this archaeological trilogy is that while the two artefacts in mainland Australia may contain star maps and subtle inferences of off-world locations, up PNG way it is a little less elusive and more in your face.

Yet to be Ticked off

Without a manual to refer to, like statue or engraving to compare against or earlier paper to ruminate over, we are ‘making it up as we go along.’ Knowing very few academics would dare tread near such turbulent waters, the next steps planned are as tentative as they are prone to revision. What must be factored into any further research is that outside establishing the devices and skills evident at the rock face, who and when will be never be so easy, but nevertheless, degrees of possibility is still a realistic goal and worthy of pursuit.

When first sighting a new site or artefact we make it a rule to take in the general scene and not get to specific and distracted with details or mathematics. However, next time around measurements, angles, ratios and proportions will be primary considerations with all three atrtefacts. This ‘cone-headed’ feature needs to investigated, it is a phenomena highlighted elsewhere and certainly seems to have applications here. So too, we need to check through the ever-expanding reservoir of all earlier hominids and see if there is anything that resembles this delicate profile. Equally, during our surveillance of potential portraits, it would be remiss not to acknowledge that there are sources cited that come from afar. Whether Grey Alien, Pleiadian or ‘cone-headed’ Alien, such possibilities are not only worthwhile avenues to investigate, but most the probable subjects. And that somewhat unpalatable truth, that this is a depiction of beings not of earthly origin, whether appearing through alternate dimensions or spacecraft, will remain at this stage the primary focus in our research and most likely candidature.

We want more of Kate and Alex’s parents, steadfast in our belief that they deserved to be given these objects, that there are reasons and motivations afloat that involve spirits of the land and future developments, and that their parents alone earned the right to be part of something quite spectacular. We also fully understand the time will come when Elders of that region will become part of this, and we have already tried to open up lines of communication to facilitate to that end.
It may be all three artefacts have a connection to flight and the stars above, knowing how the Original mantra ‘as on top so below’ resonates throughout the country, we have no reason to suspect otherwise. Then again, until speaking to the appropriate Elders and Custodians, there is no final answer. For now all we can say is that whoever was responsible, don’t look inside the pages or ask the academics, they’ve got nothing here. There is nothing in their new ways and days that can assist, our only hope, as is always the case, is to consult the Old Ones versed in the Old Ways.

Dec 01

“700 Kilometres to the North: Ros’ Marked Rock No. 2″ (Article)

700 Kilometres to the North: Ros’ Marked Rock Number 2

By Steven & Evan Strong

2014-11-22 08.11.16 - CopyWe first heard talk of this marked rock about five hours before the deadline of an on-line auction. Ros rang me speaking of an unusual rock, which she believed to be reminiscent of her earlier find, and at that stage it was indeed encouraging news as the highest bid was hovering in the mid-twenty dollar range. It did look very promising, but even so without a visual image for us to reference and enthuse over, her description was certainly intriguing yet I still felt a disconnect as we do with any talk and every photograph of a site or artefact. On enough occasions to make it compulsory to carry this equivocation into every description of unknown archaeology and new sets of photographs sent to us, which can easily overstate or understate, we refuse to be fully committed or convinced (with one recent exception) until actually on site or with artefact in hand.

Unfortunately, the paltry financial offer for this archaeological treasure did not stand unchallenged, Ros was involved in a spirited bidding war with a second unknown party. Her concern was ever-present, so many Original artefacts and relics are being sold on the open-market and often end up in a private display in an off-shore locale. Over the final two hours the bidding began in earnest and it wasn’t until well into the three figures before Ros prevailed. What Ros did not know, and nor did the person she was bidding against, was that she was competing with another person who is a very important part of what we are doing. Sean filmed Ros’ arrival when she showed us the first rock, and with some agreed future improvement in communication and a co-operative approach, we can only hope that the next Original item they are both trying to save will not be as expensive.

The tragic part of this tale is not so much the money lost (which is of course an issue), but the fact that so many priceless pieces of Original archaeology are bought and sold on the open-market throughout Australia and elsewhere, and very few have the integrity and scruples of Ros and Sean. As for those selling these Original relics, there is the same gamut of motivations, fortunately, we happen to know that in this case the seller is a person of good character and intentions and has considerable respect for the culture and in particular, a real interest in what this rock means. Our concern is that there is no regulation or interest in this open slather marketing of Original heritage. Sean was outbid on an earlier occasion for an artefact of huge significance from a different source, which now may be stored in a private collection in a foreign land.

Despite the misfortunes and hurdles this rock has endured it now has been saved and what we have now not only confirms the little we have learned from our investigations into Ros’ rock, it opens up so many new ancient horizons and continually redefines a technology eulogised on a rock that is so old, yet looks so recent.

First Impressions

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Upon first sighting my immediate reaction was that the rock was very old, much older than Ros’ Rock 1. To be honest, my initial response was tinged also with just a hint of being underwhelmed. Yes the figure that looks so striking and resembles the capital A letter, is very dramatic and grabs attention, but in comparison to the first rock found by Ros many of the engraved lines are fainter and often just visible. There is one side that bears evidence of substantial wearing of some sort while the other three sides are smooth and level. The markings of varying styles seem to lack the preciseness of Ros’ Rock Side 3, or even Side 1. Fainter, in some places seemingly cruder and less exact in maintaining the same angle, and at a little over half the size, when scanning the entire assemblage of marks it just doesn’t grab the eye like the earlier rock.

Of course once training the eye, and looking with more patience it soon became obvious this is actually as complex, in fact more so, than its chert colleague. And that is our beginning point, we must first identify the geological make and model. Although we are yet to receive confirmation, we are prepared to suggest with confidence that the smaller rock is also chert. The two rocks are the same colour, compact grain, smoothness, general shape and even make the same noise when in contact with each other. And it is that immediate truth, being of the same shape, make and model yet separated by 700 kilometres, that seems to suggest there is a distinct and widespread pattern emerging. Both rocks have an assortment of artificial markings, have been deliberately fashioned into this shape and display evidence of exactly the same technology (with extensions). This is not a coincidence, but part of a pattern.

Ros Rock No. 2 DiagramWith Ros’ Rock 1 we are fairly confident we have worked out the sequence in the passage and progression from Sides 1 through to 4, and once again with this rock there is evidence that gives an indication that the side with the elongated staffed capital A is opening statement. However, a case can be made that Side 3 could begin this enigmatic narrative, but for the sake of at least opening proceedings we will assume that Side 1 is the face with the capital A symbol and await further developments with the right to readjust, if needed at a later date.

The lines that make up the capital A shape are as wide as the broadest cuts on Ros’ Rock 1, but none are as long as the right-hand staff which is 92 millimetres. It is the longest continuous line on either rock and takes a circuitous route wrapping all the way around the bottom-edge of the rock. The smaller second staff is 28 millimetres long, and the two cross-bars are 8 and 4 millimetres across, but in both cases do not quite join up on one side. Being made aware of intentional use of ratio and balance in numbers evident on Ros’ Rock 1, we noted that the ratio of these four sides is 1:2:7:23 and have no idea if that is of significance, but going on current form we would not be surprised if there is meaning in the mathematics. There are seven separate smaller lines found in the bottom-half of Side 1 and range between 6 to 15 millimetres in length, but none are as ‘clean’ as those on Ros’ Rock. Three aren’t quite straight, one is ‘ragged’ with three minute pieces of rock remaining inside the carved line. It is an interesting contrast in that the bigger A-like engraving is clear with a consistent width, depth, clean line and symmetry.

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Again, at first glance, take away the engraving of the letter A and it all looks impressive, but a bit frayed at the edges. If comparing against the neater and more catching presentation of the rock from Bambara, what is demonstrably evident is the intricate planning and awareness of mathematical balance on Side 3 of that rock. There are seven semi-horizontal/diagonal lines of which five are aligned at 33 degrees, equally three are 32 millimetres in length and the other four 23 millimetres long. There is design and deliberate repetition in evidence, whereas this smaller rock meanders between precision and a cruder line.

Or so we thought, a closer look at side 2 in the sun with a magnifying glass changed perspective and began to sharpen the focus. One perfectly straight line spans all four sides, completing the cap on the Side 1 of the capital A, spreading across the entire second surface as it slopes down past the smoothed out channel on Side 3 then reappears on the other side and continues its passage back to Side 1 at very bottom edge. It actually encompasses all four sides, beginning at the top of the letter A and completing its journey at the lowest point of the rock, that sophistication of design, extreme narrowness in the width of cut and dedication to maintaining a perfectly straight line that is faultless, made me realise I had dramatically underestimated the extent of technology, variety of applications and symbols used.

2014-11-22 08.11.30 - CopyIn what only added to the issues to reconsider, we found 7 other smaller, much fainter lines on Side 2 and all were very fine in cut and again gun barrel straight, whereas of the 7 thicker and much easier to see lines, three are straight and four have deviations, gaps or are curved. What is immediately apparent is that the older and finer lines are geometrically perfect, whereas what seems to be more recent appears more haphazard and a little carefree in rendition.

Now we were warming up to the task in hand and were able to see more clearly, it was Side 3 that really pushed back the boundaries. We counted ten lines, three were thicker and seven were of the much thinner variety, but all lines no matter what the width were subject to another force that saw the engravings all but disappear under the pressure and abrasion of human skin. The central channel/depression runs all the way along the centre of this side and most of the way underneath Side 2, and we believe was made and shaped for one purpose, to accommodate the index finger. When placing the finger in and along what we believe is a depression specifically fashioned for that purpose, it becomes so obvious it could have no other role-the finger is meant to be placed in that position. All lines are almost or totally missing in indentation at the deepest part of this depression, and reappear at the elevated sides, and this we believe was solely due to the rubbing of skin onto silica.



2014-11-22 08.11.44 - CopyBut for how long? The rock is incredibly hard, and yes most of the exact geometry from the older application is all bar gone, but what is apparent on this side is that both types of line, thick and thin had been worn away by the human hand. Such a process would take an eternity. This antiquity carries with it an unexpected reversal of technological parameters, in that the much fainter, finer, straighter and delicate cuts/engravings are older than what seems to be a cruder less precise set of lines and pecks. This is back to front and in opposition to the conventional take on pre-history supporting the gradual rise of technology and civilisations leading up to the pinnacle of human existence, which of course is assumed to be today’s societies.

Side 4 has to be the focal point, with no less than 200 individual marks presented in an unexpected array of styles. The thickest lines, fine thin lines, chiseled semi-circles, one cluster of 170 odd pecks which could quite possibly be a star map and four deceptive sets of markings that form lines, create an intriguing set of unknowns. None are exactly straight like the older delicate lines, but the closest description we can give is that it looks like an extract from four lines of Morse Code. What seems to be four series of dots and dashes, with raised ridges or small segments of rock remaining made up of no less than 30 marks, may seem a touch rough, but could be a cryptic yet sublime concluding narrative.



2014-11-22 08.11.54 - CopyThe smaller this rock also displays two stages of timing and creation, and this goes a little further in confirming a commonality in manufacture and intentions. It probably had dozens of extra marks that are lost to the passing of years and being much older that is a conservative estimate. What has been become increasingly obvious is that this less grand rock is older, smaller and shows evidence of a technology more advanced than what is shown on Ros’ Rock 1. There is a greater variety in diameter of pecks, thin straight lines, thick less exact lines, semi-circles, a complete symbol/letter, evidence of long-term interaction with human hands, and in what only extends into new modes of communication, there are four lines of what seem to be dots and dashes.

One Point of Difference

Upon reflection, and this is purely a subjective call, the pivotal difference between the rocks is that when examining the smaller rock it is immediately obvious that each side is so unlike the face preceding or proceeding. In the bigger rock there is a more integrated and symbiotic interplay of symbols and lines between all four sides, not so on this rock. There is a bold opening proclamation which features, once excluding the older thinner lines, the longest and widest engraved line on both rocks. It was chiseled with precision in line, edge, width and curve that is a daunting task today and requires the steady hand of a mason of high degree and no less than a blade of hardened steel.

The narrower face gives over to the second and widest stone canvas which seems all but untouched. Less refined, and we believe more recent, the lines are small in number (6) and the longest less than two centimetres. However, in full sun with glasses on and magnifying glass in hand, the older straighter and thinner lines dominate and are spread across the face. We counted eight such lines of different placements and alignments that span, or almost reach, across the entire side. In times long gone this side was indeed quite striking, what we have left is a pale shadow of yesterday’s glory.

In one respect the third side is the most impressive piece of archaeology we have seen, in so far as nothing else has so intimately and continuously been in contact with ancient human hands and index fingers.

2014-11-22 08.17.44 - CopyThe concluding side is an incredibly intensive and extensive stone palette and we sincerely doubt that it will ever be surpassed. The question that immediately comes to mind relates to whether this is a huge star map. Of varying diameter and numbering close to 200, these tiny pecked holes appear on no other side and are restricted to the upper two thirds of this face. Two older straight lines, the straightest of the younger lines, a very wide depression and boomerang-like line are spread throughout this hypothetical star map. What adds some substance to this possibility through collaboration to a celestial destination, three of the four Morse Code-like lines are placed to the side and below the star map. It could appear that these rows of dots and dashes were providing commentary, whereas the thinner and thicker lines that cut through the star map chart position and trajectory.

Or maybe someone in ancient times had plenty of free time and idle hands? Either way is fine by us. The tools used, irrespective of the motivations and year of manufacture, is the primary focus and its existence and application on rock is still positioned well outside the province of any conventional historical text.

So Many Paths to Travel

Because of the general location of where this artefact was found and its proximity to the Standing Stones site, supplemented by the translation of the First Language which includes 16 letters, of which the letter A is the first, we strongly suspect this engraving is connected to that site.

There are so many areas to investigate both separately and in comparison with the other rock, and alas as it is with the first rock, we as investigators are hamstrung in that we are a part of today’s Homo sapien community. Which means we have ‘a snowflake’s chance in hell’ in deciphering what these beings from distant times engraved for posterity. If only we had the scope of intelligence and breadth of vision to even begin to understand the wisdom inscribed, but the truth is we are far less intelligent than we claim and confuse our thinking abilities with its lesser form: cleverness. It is a task we are doomed to fall short on, but will still attempt to find whatever is left over for those of today blighted with diminished abilities and clouded memories. For now, we only have one certainty, while everything else is a long way off from making any declaration, the technology is wrong.

There is a large array of technologies evident on this rock and the one before that do not fit into any conventional account of human development and the gradual rise of cities, along with the associated technological advances that accompany this purported recent trend towards larger towns and cities. Both of these rocks have no part in that historical tale and that portion of our research is ticked off, but regrettably these two rocks are at the moment the geological equivalent of Terra Nullius. That doctrine, which was only recently dismissed in the High Court, maintained although it was agreed that Original people were in Australian, officially they were legally inferior non-persons. So too the rocks exist, but according to every accepted academic and political standard if they are taboo and not spoken of, looked at, whispered or written about, they also must hover in a state of suspended inertia.

Our task is to wake, stir, rattle and shake their cages, and perhaps even loosen the locks a fraction. All we are trying to do is tell the whole Original truth. Surely amongst all the clutter and collateral damage they could try and find the time and room to fit in the Original version of events, then again, going on past and present form, this task may be even harder than trying to interpret the narrative on the two rocks.

Nov 19

“The Top 30″ (Article)

The Top 30

By Steven & Evan Strong

There is a recurring criticism and habitual narrowing of focus we seem to be battling, time after time we are attacked in isolation for our stance on one particular artefact or site to the exclusion of everything else, which regrettably also includes the context we bring to this global equation. Whether it be the Standing Stones, UFO/Whale site, Bambara glyphs, engraved compass or whatever topic is under investigation, the complaints are invariably insular and restricted to one target. Their spiralling logic demands that if our interpretations are mistaken over one point of dispute, then everything we have done and researched is damned by association through a human error at one location.

We do not claim infallibility, and undoubtedly will continue to stumble and revise, but what is lost in the clamour and hostility is that even if in one instance our understanding of the significance of the site/artefact is mistaken, it lessens our chances of being right in our quest to put together a ‘big picture’ by no more than 3.3%. In fact, of the thirty sites we are summarising that all contradict at least one elemental cog in the mainstream account of ancient history or human evolution, we actually only have to prove one to be correct, a measly 3.3% success rate, to vindicate our belief that a drastic rewrite is in order. That’s just one tick out of thirty needed to earn a revision, whereas our critics have to disprove all thirty sites/relics are not as we claim, but subject to normal rules and natural regimes.
Capture 2Hypothetically, let us assume that of these thirty entrants and those waiting in reserve if there is a scratching, all bar the compass engraving is found to be empirically wanting, it makes no difference as that of its own is sufficient. Here we have absolute evidence of a technology which an academic who saw the engraving assures us cannot be applied in the field yet, and more the point it was functioning thousands of years before it should first appear anywhere on this planet. That one remaining site being accorded a tick of approval of itself rewrites so much of the historical past of this country and does not need a seconder, as the point is already made. The same rules apply for nearly every entry that was selected for our Top 30. Almost every site or artefact chosen on its own is an archaeological anomaly of the highest order, and if multiplied by a factor of 30, 20 or even a 50% success rate where 15 sites/artefacts gain approval, whatever is left over culminates in an imposing array of inconvenient questions and empty pages.

Each site/artefact/source has been discussed in earlier articles, and as such this summary will not be a justification of why, but an explanation of what, supplemented by our personal ranking. The evidence and research already exists, today our job is to broaden our brush and present a selection of 30 pieces of archaeology we have seen, investigated and found to be worthy of inclusion in our first selection. We have listed them subjectively in order of what we believe is their importance and ability to rewrite sections of Australian and global pre-history. The greater the potential impact, the higher the ranking.

1. Original Elders, Spokespeople and Custodians. Before, during and after, while researching Original sites and archaeology such people must be consulted, that is non-negotiable. In that respect we thank the following Original people, and many others not mentioned. Deepest respect and thanks is given to Aunty Beve S., Karno Walker, Minnie Mace, David Fitzgerald, Scott Sentence, Gerry B., Bill Neidjie, Millie Boyd, David Uniapon, Tom French, Darryl French, Eddie McPhee, Darren McElroy and Reuben Kelly.

2. Ros’ Rock. Dated well into five figures and found over a metre below the surface, this extremely hard chert rock has been polished and artificially in-filled twice, exhibits four different widths of deep incisions/ engravings requiring a metal blade of incredible hardness, and just as it was with the polishing, it was also engraved at two different times. The technology required by our standards is extremely modern, but the artefact is by any standards very ancient and Australian. What it means is a work in motion, but what can be stated with certainty is that there are over 200 lines, points of intersections, shapes and peckings on this rock. Researchers working in co-operation with us feel confident that at least one side is a map, we suspect that there is a narrative on another, past that it gets difficult.

3. Standing Stones. Thousands of cubic metres of exotic fill along with hundreds of shaped sandstone rocks (which is also not part of the local geology), are elements within a set of constructions/mounds/rock engravings/arrangements that go together in making the very first language spoken and recorded in the world. But there is so much more, this arrangement, along with the shapes and markings on each rock are elements of the First Language, according to the ex-President of the Australian Archaeological Society (Frederic Slater), what was positioned, carved and marked constitutes all knowledge of “what is, what was and what will be.”
4. “Long Before True.” These two ancient stone carvings from Papua New Guinea have just come to our notice and seem quite sensational in so many ways. The technology on show is so refined and needing very hard steel blades and the hands of a skilled mason. It was kept by Highland Elders and known to be extremely ancient from a time “long before true,” yet found in a land where every form of forged or melted metal was unknown until two centuries ago. Unlike the local people, the facial features are fine with a narrow nose, almond eyes, thin lips and an extremely elongated neck. No hominid past or present whether sapien, erectus or Neanderthal displays any similarities to this being, but if prepared to look further afield into the distant skies, the stereotypical image of a Grey Alien is hard to dismiss.

5. Adam’s Garden. The feeder and access point from the ocean to the Standing Stones site, there are tens of thousands of rocks of all persuasions, of which many were artificially shaped and marked. There is a 9 metre by 5 metre jetty made exclusively of sandstone and dozens of rock arrangements, some involving the movement of rocks weighing no less than 700 kilograms. As with the Standing Stones site, none of the shaped or marked rocks show evidence of a percussion point or chisel mark. One shaped rock recovered has an edge still capable of cutting skin and drawing blood.

6. Ros’ Rock (number two). As with the more important rock, this also seems at first glance to be chert and shows ample evidence of the same technological sophistication at play on Ros’ Rock. There are different markings and some similar, the most dramatic variation is a very prominent engraving of what seems to be the letter A. The rock was found close to the Standing Stones site, of which the letter A is the first of 16 letters in the first Original alphabet.

7. Tracy’s Tablet. A spectacular Egyptian Tablet with close to 300 hieroglyphs, it has a carving of a three dimensional ankh that takes centre stage, three sarcophagi and Isis and Osiris seated. There is another Egyptian tablet, the Stela of Senebef which is seemingly identical. It is claimed to be a funerary dedication, we are not as convinced and believe both tablets, the one stored in Vienna and the other in Australia commemorate a formal agreement consenting to Egyptian presence in Australia. There is also very strong evidence that this tablet was seen and hidden within the first decade of the British Invasion.

2014-03-23 09.30.498. Trina’s Complex/Shrine. An amazing example of complex technology ramped up another level. A forty metre stretch of rectangular blocks, in some cases five blocks high, many weighing hundreds of kilograms were cut, shaped and stacked. Of special interest is a 4 metre by 4 metre cube rock of granite and quartz that we estimate to weigh about 10 tonnes, the faces are sheer and we believe that the rock was placed onto a rock platform overlooking a creek. Another flat and extremely smooth sheet of granite measuring 6 metres by 3 metres by 10 centimetres was cut and inserted between two stands of granite. This is the hardest rock we have seen cut and worked, and the blades needed require a hardness of metal and sharpness of edge that only professionals could access today.

9. The Compass Site. On a remote rock platform there is an engraved eight armed compass, with three arms partially damaged by bulldozer tracks. Each arm radiates off the central circle at 45 degrees, thus creating equally divided set of arms all of which are ‘gun-barrel straight.’ Every line whether straight or a part of a perfectly engraved circle has no deviation from the entire engraving, and is exactly the same in width and depth. It is as if this compass was cut by a machine, so uniform is every line in every way. In what only adds to the intrigue, the longest line pointing north is 15 degrees to the east. Apart from the existence of technology an expert conceded this cannot be taken out of the laboratory yet, the question immediately arises as to when the earth was last aligned at that setting?

10. The Healing Table. This site is a contradiction as it seems to be totally lacking in science, which alone under our criteria should negate its inclusion. However, it is the sheer volume of women who I have personally seen lay inside the table and the universality of powerful reactions, often life-changing, that leaves us no other choice. A women’s portal, a place where women can heal both physically and spiritually, we have no actual proof, but I have seen the expressions of awe and bliss on the women’s faces upon returning, and that alone demands a permanent listing in the top 10.

11. Gympie Healing Table/Pyramid. We were reluctant to visit this site and did so at Graham Hancock’s prompting, what we saw certainly exceeded our expectations. Two sedimentary rocks both exhibiting the most unusual reactions to a magnet, which cannot be natural, caught our attention. A statue found on site, rock walls Graham likened to Machu Picchu and rocks with sharp 90 degree edges changed our opinion dramatically. But the talk of healing almost terminal patients literally dragging themselves up the hill and running down after contact with two flat rocks near the crest, went on for at least half an hour. Something is definitely stirring here, it is a sacred place and should not be approached without seeking Original permission. That is not negotiable.

12. Metal Jewellery. Original Elder Aunty Minnie Mace found this object, and what is possibly an ancient bone, between the walls of the Bambara hieroglyphs in the 1990’s. Heavily encased in debris and dirt, it took some time to clean and was worn by her granddaughters as a necklace until the circular clasp that held the chain broke. Extremely light and non-magnetic it has been suggested by people with knowledge in metals that it could be aluminium.

13. A Human Bone? Is this the bone of Nefer-Ti-Ru, the son of the Pharaoh that some claim was buried near the Bambara glyphs? We took the bone Aunty Minnie Mace found to the Head of the Fractures Unit at the local base hospital explaining the situation, timing and possible Egyptian presence. He made note of the darkening discolouration and noticeable lightness of the bone, but prefaced his diagnosis with an unfamiliarity. All his patients are living, some old, but none thousands of years in age. Nevertheless, he did suggest it was an “ancient bone” and quite likely part of the “femur bone.” In an attempt to add more certainty and rigour he recommended a higher authority to consult, the local base hospital cat scan. Phone calls were made on our behalf and the laboratory and machinery were closed to public access from 9-10 am the next Monday morning. Six times the normal dosage, the men and women in white coats spent five minutes in earnest discussion before handing me a disc and announcing that whatever they were examining had the “same density as a human bone.”

14. Star Markers/Star Charts. Within a 5 kilometre radius of the Bambara Glyphs we estimate there to be no less than 4,500 engraved star markers, and one rock platform alone has around 800 star markers. We are of the belief that this is the largest ancient star chart in the world. As to how ancient is still under consideration, but we do know that the closest star chart to the Bambara glyphs was charted then dated by software from Sydney University to be over 4,600 years old. These star markers, as many as they are, are but one small part of an Original mantra that is all-pervading and consistent throughout the continent, ‘as on top, so below.’

24) Collasped Ancient Tunnel15. Klaus’ Walls. Through Klaus Dona’s assistance, photographs and specific bearings we were directed to an amazing yet dangerous site to access a place that contained three sets of walls near an entrance that led on to a collapsed tunnel. The walls have a style, tightness of joinery and weight of individual blocks that is reminiscent of ancient South American stonework. The joins of these blocks are so tight and fine it would be difficult for a cigarette paper to penetrate. The three walls lead into a collapsed tunnel, and each has a base stone that spans the entire length and measures in height 189 cms, 189 cms and 190 cms. This is not nature’s work, but through the application of human hands, technology and ingenuity.

16. The Egyptian Theme in Original Engravings. Our first involvement in the general Gosford/Blue Mountains/Sydney area, from an archaeological viewpoint, took place when invited onto country by Angel John Gallard (ex-Senior Park Ranger, Brisbane Waters). Our initial point of introduction was an engraving of an ankh. It was so old and worn it took close to 20 photos to get something defined, and according to our guide was at least 10,000 years old. Two engravings, one in the same area of Thoth in profile with an ibis head, maintain a theme that extends into another engraving of Thoth with an Egyptian headdress and ape-like features. An ibis-headed man and close to an exact replica in stance and pose of the Egyptian God of Inheritance, left us strongly pre-disposed towards any suggestions of ancient Egyptian presence here and all over Australia.

17. The 10 Metre Shaft. There are actually three shafts at Bambara, all of which we believe to be artificial, but in this case our focus is upon the largest tunnel which is 10 metres in length. The two straight sides that run parallel, everything is too straight and full of ninety degree angles and can be reached once descending to a 2 metre drop that also looks very unnatural. Officials and the body in charge of parks (NPWS) do not contend it is natural and claim it to be a mischievous prank orchestrated by “vandals.” Deposited kilometres from any residence when this supposed hoax occurred, it is without a tag, name, idle boast of responsibility, and in what is a recommendation of the level of care exhibited without financial incentive, these vandals not only excavated but then removed tonnes of waste so as to keep the place and their superb hidden construction pleasing to the eye. The tunnel is ancient and possibly built to accommodate the body of the son of a Pharaoh.

18. The Bambara Hieroglyphs. The collateral damage and subterfuge involved in this site is without precedent. There is so much animosity and official procrastination at the very best, and much worse at play. The three sandstone walls have close to 300 hieroglyphs engraved into the surface. The glyphs on the walls have been decried as a fake by official channels through the deeds of a ‘deranged Yugoslav,’ anonymous university students, a grieving World War 1 veteran, hippies and anyone else that may suit on any given day. These excuses are lies, Original testimonies have made it clear the Egyptians were here and present at many other places. Recent research by the Khemit School Egyptologists focused on segments of the text and made a very compelling case through examples of sophistication of grammar and sequencing of text rarely known. Such knowledge is well above the skills and pay scale of any accepted hoaxer. As to what the hieroglyphs mean in their entirety is still undecided, we are of the opinion there is both an ancient Egyptian style evident and also a much older Original writing, others see it as one entire ancient Egyptian narrative.

19. The Old Ruins. In many respects this site is no less spectacular, even more so in setting and surrounds, than the Bambara Glyphs, but is the exact opposite in background critics and publicity. Nothing is known, one article was written and nothing was raised in objection or awareness. A remote and exposed site subject to extremes in weather and blessed with the most infertile soil in the land, outside Death Valley it would appear to be the last outpost in the planet to attract human interest. Despite the dire circumstances there is a bounty of archaeology, a rock path, half a dozen sections of large gutter/channel which is big enough to sit inside and perfectly aligned with both edges measuring 68 millimetres, a huge array of pieces of rock laid out in circular rings along with other remains that do not look natural. No bird, insect or animal was sighted when on site on either occasion and some of our party fell quite ill with the same symptoms. We believe it is ‘sickness country’ and that an explosion of massive force and heat destroyed the settlement, and this accounts for all manner of what we all called ‘melted rocks.’

IMAG007920. Adam’s Rocks. One rock in particular, from a collection of Adam Pippin’s, has always held our and many New Zealand academics keen interest from first sighting. I took three enlarged photographs of the 8 cm x 4 cm three dimensional engraving of two beings fighting to the Head Professor at Otago University, Head Curator Wellington Museum, sundry experts from NZ historical and cultural groups to examine and advise upon, and came up empty every time. It looks so ‘Maori’ with tongues protruding and similar motifs and all the experts agreed with that take, but made it clear it was too intricate, sophisticated, three dimensional and unlike anything they had seen. What only added to their bewilderment was not only the refinement of tools needed and skilled hand required, but that it was found two metres beneath the surface of an exposed sand dune after a cyclone hit a beach near Byron Bay (New South Wales).

21. Bulgandry. Grossly misunderstood and misrepresented by officials and those assigned to protect this site (NPWS), it is not a series of separate engravings as signposted, but one interrelated sublime narrative inspired by the oft-repeated Original mantra, ‘as on top so below.’ We suspect that the twelve figure/figures represent the twelve constellations. All engravings seem to revolve around a central figure which may be either sperm or a snake. Six are land-based, the other half water-based and are clustered in opposite halves of the circle. In what only highlights the celestial theme, the 8 metre canoe, according to Aunty Beve S. and Gavi Duncan represent a space craft navigating through the Milky Way while in passage to the Earth.

22. The Snowy Mountains Astronomical Walls. Two rock constructions of staggering proportions, both of which have astronomical purposes, illustrate a real obsession with the night time sky. The smaller wall runs a hundred odd metres down a slope into Lake Jindabyne and continues into the water until visibility is lost. At around 15,000 rocks, we are assured its main function is to mark out the alignment of the five major planets. It may also have ceremonial roles as we now know that the five planets can also represent the five levels of initiation. The second set of walls, is at least three times larger in the number of rocks used, but the technical aspects are far more challenging, as one section of a wall is found on a slope I chose not to walk upon because it is too steep. Across the creek the wall continues rising up a slope of close to 70 degrees. The volume of rocks, severity of slope and incredible amount of labour and time devoted to the skies yet again, is massive.

23. The Ocean-going Boat. Found within 200 metres from the ocean on a small rock platform, this carving has sometimes been mistaken as a boomerang. If so it is the least aero-dynamic boomerang ever made or depicted, never before has a boomerang been centred as the focus and only object in Original art, especially one as badly made as this. The slope on the bow and stern is quite pronounced and high and the boat has a deep draught and seemingly designed to cope with the waves and winds found on the open sea. Such a design is difficult to produce and utterly useless on still waters and if keeping close to the coast in fine weather. Not only is the shape suitable for crossing the ocean, there is a thin object at the front that was used as a fixed navigational tool when mapping their voyage through use of the stars.

24. The Cave of the Golden Boomerang. When first sighting this cave and the 25 metre by 4 metre gallery inside we were assured that we were the seventh and eighth people to see this remarkable piece of ancient art. Incredibly representational and larger than life-sized, that alone is an artistic trait supposedly absent from the continent. The curvature of hip, calf muscle is evident as is the female form of two of the five major agents, but so detailed is this portrayal the heel bone and each finger was part of the original design. It is at least 5,000 years old, as evidenced by the appearance of the Tasmanian Tiger on the wall, but what is most intriguing in this narrative of the beginning of humanity is the leading symbol that introduces genesis: the Pleiades.

25. Ganga Maya. Outside the Mungo Man site, this is claimed by mainstream academics to be the oldest site in Australia showing evidence of human occupation. Dated at 47,500 years in the Pilbara and a hundred kilometres from the coast, this is an extremely uncomfortable state of timing and geography. It was assumed that when Australia was first populated by adventurous African fishermen and women up to 60,000 years ago, they gradually spread along the coast, then slowly made their way up major river systems. As time passed the less agreeable situations were settled finally leading on to the least hospitable climes, the last of which being the Pilbara region. This was assumed to happen at the earliest 30,000 years ago, not 20,000 years earlier, and this timing challenges fundamental notions that underpin the Out-of-Africa theory.

26. The Four Spacemen with “Hats.” A massive gallery of about 10 figures, there is a set of four beings measuring between 1.5 to 2 metres, none have necks and seem to be wearing some form of garment looking like space-suits. We asked Aunty Beve about this no-neck characteristic, which is not only present here but throughout the region, she thought back to her time as a child seated on the shoulders of Elders listening to their stories. She explained the absence of neck as being due to a “hat.” If seeking the nearest equivalent to a space helmet that covers the neck it is fair to claim “hat” is a very good alternative.

27. The Notorious UFO/Whale Engraving. As discussed in an earlier article, there is a convincing case to be made through comparative mathematics that this is an engraving of a space-ship. However, there has been some dispute over what this engraving means and Aunty Beve was informed by someone she trusts it is indeed a whale. However, Original Elders Gerry B. and David Uniapon supported by Aunty Minnie Mace, claim not only this intricate engraving of a whale but every like engraving of these huge aquatic mammals are actually “Star Fish.” According to Gerry B. (this Elder is recently deceased and full names cannot be given) all these star fish came “from the Pleiades.”

28. Buragurra/Devil’s Rock. Both the only paper written on this site and most certainly the engravings and subject matter, ask questions that relate directly to ‘as on top so below,’ which nearly all commentators are unable or unwilling to confront. According to the paper written on this site in 1939 by Frederic Slater and James Goddard, after Biaime and the Sky heroes landed at Mount Yango this platform was where the next step was taken. Biamie means “to cut off one leg” thus being able “to build humanity.” He flew down from the sky, as did his wife Mulla Mulla, “who was not born of the Earth.” So continues the connection with the stars in the paper compiled through assistance of an interpretation of the First Language. What is particularly revealing is the decision of one of Biamie’s off-spring, who is referred to as the “nameless one.” He felt no desire to stay and boarded “a tree with branches that mingled with the clouds,” once launching fire and smoke was seen in the exhaust and its destination is marked by the “Southern Cross” constellation. In what adds to the possibilities, there is one engraving there that is either of a being wearing a space-suit or a serial killer of innocent Original men and women.

mimi29. Gosford/Blue Mountains Merging of Regional Art Styles. This happens nowhere else in the continent. Within this region we have seen so many supposedly clear and distinct regional styles spread across Australia which were thought to be unique to certain tribal estates. Of that spread of styles at the present stage includes Wandjinas, Mimi Art, Lightning Brothers, Papunya, Panaramitee, Tasmanian geometric shapes, Bradshaw (representational) Art, X-Ray and in what only adds to the diversity in techniques ochre, charcoal, pecking and engraving are all part of the local artistic archaeology. It would seem such an accumulation of diverse ways of artistic expression in one location runs counter to so many aspects of Original Lore, unless something happened here first that saw a massive increase in population (a theme often addressed by Aunty Beve) and the need spread out to further places.

30. A Choice in Four. This was the most difficult choice of all with so many still on the bench awaiting the call. Without doubt what Badger Bloomfield has invited us to inspect on site and at his workshop in New Zealand is so sensational it rewrites so much of New Zealand pre-history and confirms the existence of an ancient civilisation spread all around the Pacific Ocean Rim. Badger’s collection of intricate stonework is a huge incentive to ‘cross the ditch.’ We are sure once making a personal inspection this site will climb up the ladder and warrant inclusion in the Top 10. The ‘Valley of the Faces’ complete with what appears to be Ogham script and a series of carved faces of which one is very compelling, another strong possibility, some ancient engravings at Devonport Headland which Elder Tinker Gowan claims to be of six figures in date of creation is a site worthy of inclusion, as is some possible Egyptian pottery and many others. However, inspired by our ‘big picture’ approach we have decided to forgo all archaeology in preference to a set of handwritten notes penned by Frederic Slater (President of the Australian Archaeological, Education and Research Society of Australia) in 1939. Apart from acknowledging the beginning of all civilisations and humanity taking place in Australia, the homage and veneration offered by ancient Egyptians when in pilgrimage to Australia, providing the only commentary and translation of the Original First Language, throughout and often we suspect unknowingly, Slater makes reference to travel from the stars. He is candid in stating that the Sky-heroes “came to Earth from alight far off.” His personal letters and notes and the only surviving published co-authored paper provide invaluable background setting, and in the spirit of seeking out the ‘big picture’ and its relationship to ‘as on top so below,’ is a fitting final selection.

Summing Up

There are many other sites/artefacts that just missed the cut, others we are still unsure of or not fully convinced. As stated in our introduction, all we need is any score above one out of thirty to succeed, our critics can score nothing less than demonstrating all 30 entries are incorrect. We believe we passed their tests with distinction and most of the crew is intact.

The problem is the sites and archaeology found at the behest of and the under guidance of Original Custodians trying to share these truths and enlightenment, are not being listened to or sought out. There is a big picture developing of a society without equal living in harmony with the land and Spirits within. That we already knew. The evidence of earlier civilisations, well before ancient Egypt, that were our technological equals and of energy sources still not understood, is all a work in progress. But again whichever direction our research takes, we are on our own as it seems academia and mainstream spokespeople are steadfast in their inertia and denial of Original common-sense.

Nov 17

“Long Before True:” The Story that can’t Wait to be Told (Article)

“Long Before True:” the Story that can’t wait to be told

By Steven & Evan Strong

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Photo taken by Kate Nisbet

Surely no-one but us would even consider writing anything yet on the intriguing possibilities associated with two ancient stone carvings. Outside scribbling together a few preliminary notes and rough set of questions to ask when first meeting Kate and her brother, and perhaps it is permissible to throw in a few reminders on features to examine once actually sighting the two artefacts we have only seen photographs of, it would be extremely unwise and hasty in the extreme to publish one solitary sentence on these artefacts. Knowing that within days of this articles’ publication I will be talking to Kate and her brother with the artefact in my hand, the need to pause and reflect until gathering more information seems mandatory.

The problem is, after speaking to Kate on the phone and hearing of the motivations and adventures of her parents in PNG in the early 70’s, I was struck by one overriding imperative. These startling artefacts create a truth that has already been hidden for way too long. What they were given by the PNG Highland Elders is so sensational and radical, and we have no doubt that they were deemed the best candidates to pass on these two artefacts. Past that historic moment of cross-cultural trust all Kate’s parents have endured has been decades of frustration and official red tape. That indignity and indifference demands to be redressed, and as soon as possible. The revealing of these two artefacts to non-initiated peoples from another land and what followed was well before its time, then, but not now. The timing is perfect and despite the inherent shortcomings and speed, a brief introduction is in order and consistent with our approach, which will be a partial scientific report of the early state of affairs written as one would in a diary.

So, armed with two contacts through face book, the same number via email (one with an attachment of five photographs), fourty minutes on the phone with no face to face or face to rock contact, we shall step into the breach totally reliant on the integrity and honesty of a lady we have never personally met.

Now deposited well outside any academic safety zone, that’s the difficult part of this preliminary assignment done, from now on it gets easy. From this point the article is primarily a summary of Emails, conversations on the phone supplemented by our first reactions to the five photographs sent. Even with the prospect of more details to follow once sighting the hand-written notes and speaking to a witness present at the handing-over of this amazing set of artefacts, there is still enough available at first glance to provide a simple narrative of how these artefacts appeared and what happened over the following decades.

The Story Begins…

Beginning in the early 60’s, Kate’s father was acting in a managerial capacity in an airline service, as were nearly all Australians working in PNG supervising or overseeing the local population in some capacity. He and his wife were so different from the normal crop of Aussie expats who were normally condescending and insular in their dealings with the local people. They learnt Pidgin English so they could communicate on an equal footing and often went for recreational strolls to different villages and were held in very high respect. Kate’s father was lauded as an “old gentleman” and a “decent man.” His wife was a step above that, for she was responsible for most of their outdoor expeditions, and in particular it was at her prompting they embarked on a long and arduous journey into the Highlands that led to these two artefacts being shared.

I’m still not sure, and will not be until meeting Kate and her older brother, whether the artefacts were given with or without the exchange of money. These and many other details of the seminal day over 40 years ago are essential details which are fortunately not lost. Kate was in attendance at this meeting, but being five her recollection is strong but not perfect, whereas, her brother was ten at the time and remembers much more. That first-hand account which we will film, along with the hand-written notes start to bolster the rigour and credentials of the two carvings. Originally, we felt that due to the passing of many decades and our unawareness of the existence of a living and breathing witness who was part of the occasion and emotions of that day, establishing a supporting empirical base was assumed to be the artefact’s crucial academic weakness and first line of attack for cynic and critic, not anymore.

What was known by both Kate and her brother, and of course their parents and Elders, was the incredible antiquity of these relics. She spoke of her parents many unsuccessful attempts to assign a time frame with the local Custodians, whether suggesting a sequence based on “Christmases,” or “grandfathers,” it was to no avail. These artefacts came from a time far more ancient, going all the way back to an epoch they call “long before true.” So far back, it pre-dates and dismisses all our historical misconceptions. So “ancient,” yet the technology needed to cut, shape and smooth such a hard rock is so utterly recent.

That is the main point of focus at present and the reason we have been so pre-emptive, whatever tools were used and by who and whom, none of this fits into any accepted account championing the gradual rise of human civilisations and sophisticated technology first appearing about 6,000 years ago. What can be stated with absolute certainty is that in spite of convention, these rocks are much older yet far more enigmatic and sublime.

Outside the obvious technological anomaly, the physical features displayed on the face is unlike that of any Indigenous person of PNG or Australia, of that observation there cannot be a dissenting voice. The problem is when scanning further afield, rummaging through the bones from all locations on the planet, past or present, hominid or sapien, there is no proto-type nor resemblance to any Earthly being on show.

The Elders who originally held these sacred objects are insistent it belongs to their tribal estate and comes from a time well back, yet the being sculpted has a narrow nose and facial structure with delicate lips and almond-like eyes. The masks and depictions of local people, whether carved or painted, are of a wide face, broad nose and big eyes, and no neck. And it is that neck which is no less of a contradiction as the face, it is so slender and is overly extended so much so that it looks anatomically incorrect. However, that diagnosis only applies if using Earthly standards of human physiology and existence.

Where Does it Come From?

Purely speculative and based upon no analysis of notes or witness, or even a fleeting glance of the artefacts, if we were to assume, compare and propose, we see three possibilities. This being is possibly another entry to the ever-increasing list of new hominids recently discovered, or the more obvious second set of options. The being carved is not from Earth, whether from another constellation or dimension is a moot point, but what is less open to question is the striking resemblance this statue has to the archetypal model of the ‘Grey Alien.’ The extended neck, almond eyes and fine features are so much a part of this model made popular by recent films, but what may not be known by many is that the receding forehead is also something quite prevalent in ancient Original times.

The noticeable receding sloping forehead of whatever this being is categorised as, is not without precedent in the continent of Sahul (ancient pre-8,000 years continent of Australia, PNG, Tasmania, Karta and surrounding islands). There are numerous examples of an extremely broad-faced robust boned Original individuals with such a pronounced sloping forehead living in Australia for a period of no less than 50,000 years, so that trait is not unique. But it actually is, because this trend towards a receding forehead is a distinctive robust feature alone. The gracile, finer-boned Original individuals have the same angle of forehead as all other Homo sapien sapiens, so this dramatic recession of the forehead can certainly occur, but only if in association with a wide face, thick bones, continuous eye-brow ridge and broader nose. If trying to identify a human connection for the face on this rock, there is no joy if relying on White-fella records and archaeology.

Nor was there any joy or encouragement ahead for Kate’s mother and father once leaving the shores of Papua-New Guinea with their cargo from the Highlands ready to tell a brand new Old story. At least that was their hope, approaches were made to all manner of esteemed institutions and representatives in the expectation the truth would be revealed. Early on they made personal contact with officials from the British Museum, who were rightly enthused by the importance of these objects and candid in their acknowledgement of its authenticity and antiquity. They were more than willing to accept these relics as a registered donation, but less than open when discussing future plans. Both Kate’s mother and father were of the opinion that these objects would be consigned to a box never to see the light of day or gaze of the public eye. Fortunately they declined the offer to file and forget and sought out many other avenues. Regrettably as it is predictable, on every approach they were frustrated, red-taped and frowned upon for being so unsettling and inquisitive.

With no authority, expert or spokesperson willing to listen or pay attention, the decades that passed brought them no resolution, just a lingering sense of impotence with an overwhelming sense of ‘stupid White-fella.’ It is time to put this injustice right, as we are now doing and will continue in our pursuit with further research and conversation.

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Photo taken by Kate Nisbet

Averting our gaze away from the alien-like statue, the carving of a bird seems far less imposing, but from the very first time it was seen I kept coming back to a comparison to a similar ancient Egyptian carving of a bird that many have claimed has the aerodynamic properties of a machine that can fly. Kate has assured me there are many gentle slopes not shown in the photograph and all of this put together requires careful measurements of length and angles when examining the artefact next week.

Put all this together and we have the foundation of something amazing than can only get better with the adition of hand-written notes of the parents, interviews with both siblings and an inspection of the artefacts will add so much more to this story, but as things stand sight unseen there is already one undeniable certainty that cannot be denied. The two carvings are extremely old, but the technology applied is extremely new. That is the agreed starting point. Anything and everything past that truth strays into unchartered waters.

Is it an engraving of an Alien, cross-dimensional traveller or unknown hominid? All we can assign are degrees of possibility. What of the associated stories and oral accounts the Custodians knew of, was that shared, recorded on paper or heard and remembered? Can we put a figure in years, albeit ever so theoretical, to “long before true?” What was the genetic relationship between these ancient beings to the present-day occupants of PNG? Is it just bird or the proto-type of a plane? With measurements taken and angles recorded that is the one immediate question that can be determined. However, we are not so sure that even if it does contain aerodynamic properties and a future blue-print, seeking out the reason why it was found in remote highlands rainforest of PNG and its connection to the mini-statue of the being with the long neck and narrow face, will be as easy to identify.

Let’s Start Again

We will make an invitation to some mainstream channels to examine, inspect, report and share. We did so before when inviting them to a presentation in Sydney which included the ‘unveiling’ of Ros’ Rock and Tracy’s Tablet. No extra effort in delivery or advocacy will be made, but as before this article will be sent through the general enquiries avenue of four organisations, and no doubt the same indifference or antagonism will be forthcoming. Irrespective of whatever form of apathy or hostility ensues, we fully expect they will be derelict in their duty to inform the public of the truth.

As has been the case so many times, there are only two alternatives on offer in this equation, no more, no less. Kate’s parents, brother and Kate are lying. Maybe the Elders were lying while playing a prank and they put on a show for the gullible white-fellas trading some tourist trinkets for some cash in hand, or maybe we made the whole thing up and we alone are the culprits? Whoever and wherever, someone or a group has to be lying. For the sake of maintaining historical order and manipulating public compliance, a lie has been told and the two pieces of stone were cut and shaped in recent times.

But what if? What if everyone, all the way down the chain of command, was telling the truth? Does that mean that thousands and thousands of years before humanity is supposed to have first congregated together which led on to the emergence of towns, warfare, cities, the plough, money, warfare, the division of labour and gender and the invasion of another’s land, unknown beings/hominids were present and accounted for in Sahul using technology that is advanced by today’s standards. If this is true, and as long as the ‘conga-line’ of first, second and third-hand witnesses are reliable, what are we to make of the accepted versions of ancient history and human development?

The answer is very little through to a lot less, their accounts are in error in timing and participants, and these stone carvings prove that there were earlier civilisations on this planet and the technology invented and applied was no less than our equal. That is a huge call to make based as it is on the image of a being and bird never touched, but what else is on offer?

That’s why this article was written in haste and hope, simply because if the truth has been told then questions like who we are, what happened in the past, where did we come from and who are our creators have to be reconsidered anew. Only this time there is a player in the game-plan that isn’t playing by our rules, the Elders knew full well what they were giving, to whom it was given and that these sacred relics would have their day. That day begins now.

Nov 10

“Girls and Boys with Toys” (Article)

Girls and Boys with Toys

By Steven & Evan Strong

Of all the excursions into country we have undertaken, this has to be the one of which we held the least expectations. The main reason it came about was simply to try out an unusual lens-attachment. Every other apparatus used or experiment conducted during this day evolved out of our attempts to find what may be revealed by a set of lens that detect activity outside the range of the eye.

A valued colleague who has been an essential part of journey, Richard Clarke, had spoken to us about these lens and the results he obtained at Stonehenge and other sacred pagan sites. What Richard had photographed was indeed spectacular and decidedly etheric, and that of itself was sufficient motivation to spend a day in the bush ‘playing with toys’ and see what eventuated.

Our selection of four sites, and there were other candidates, was predicated around a recurring phenomenon/truth: so many of these sites are positioned on lines of energy. And that description is woefully short of the mark, trying to put into words a reaction or force that is always different, palpable, yet without measurement, is a task restricted by our limitations. We observed different reactions to a variety of devices that has no commonality or predictability in what is actually occurring. All we feel we can be certain of is that something seems to be ‘stirring beneath the surface’ that isn’t part of the normal way of seeing things.

Of course, for many sceptics our next claim, that we intend to bring a degree of scientific rigour and methodology to our day of seeking signs of Divine, is inherently contradictory because real science and the paranormal can never co-exist. That is one point of view and we have another, which we will develop throughout this article. In our attempt to breach that divide, we have called upon the assistance of technology that spans the ages, gathering together ‘six tools of the esoteric trade’ to assist in our endeavours. Richard’s full set of lens, two cameras, one set of dowsing rods, a crystal ‘swing,’ magnet, compass and one other device was the sum total of the equipment used during the day in research.

After being ‘smoked,’ the group of ten began the morning by making our way towards the Bambara hieroglyphs. At our suggestion, we felt the time spent with devices at the ready between the three engraved walls and beside the ‘healing table,’ could be a productive way to set off proceedings. We were no less than five minutes from the glyphs when a welcome return to our routine made an appearance. ‘Bird sign’ when going on to country is almost always guaranteed, but nonetheless gratefully accepted. Even more so, when three large black cockatoos were perched on a branch that overhung the track, and remained stationed until all of us had passed underneath.

They flew off, never to be seen by us until we returned after our time in this country was completed around mid-day. There they were, the same three perched above the track, we can’t prove this, but just know they were sitting on the branch giving their approval and bidding us farewell.

A Gift from the Grandmother Tree

2014-09-29 10.27.53Back to the next part of our journey, an obligatory meeting with the Grandmother Tree. It is the biggest and most majestic angophora tree we have ever seen, and is so much more. It is expected that each person make skin to bark contact with the tree, this is customary and a sign of respect, and in our case a mandatory act of reverence that permits moving closer to the walls. And that was it. The expectation was that once connection and affirmation between person and tree had taken place, it was onward and upward. Once settled at the walls and table we would pull out our ‘box-of-tricks’ then see what happens, well that was the plan.

Before continuing in this report we must confess that we originally held no interest in dowsing rods. Never been on our radar. The reason for our avoidance is that at initial glance, there is just too much negative baggage. Until recently we had no reason to champion the credentials of dowsing rods and were reluctant to do so, but the problem is that the two times we have seen these rods in operation, they work, it is that simple. We really don’t take much stock in the opinion of other people or organisations who invest in the status quo, and when it comes to dowsing rods it looks like they are wrong again, because according to our score sheet before the day started, the rods were batting two from two.

Until Richard pulled out his dowsing rods and made his way up the slope near the Grandmother Tree I still saw no reason to change plans. Above, below or beside, it made no difference, both rods were locked on to one stationary point, the tree. We now had every reason to change plans. To say that the two rods pointed at the tree lessens the intensity of the process and demeanour of the person holding the rods. There was no mischief at play, what we saw was real and honest, we were witnessing an Original truth in the here and now.

What to do? How could we transform such a sublime interface onto paper replete with methodology, numbers, controls, tallies and results? It actually wasn’t that difficult to cobble together something reasonable, we already had enough test-subjects and it was my expectation that they would have been called to the crayfish with rods in hands later in the day. All we had to do was move everything forward a few hours.

With a plan formulated, I decided keep my distance and try to remain as detached as possible and asked seven others to repeat the process Richard initiated. In an attempt to set this off on a semi-identical footing, I asked Richard to lead off and repeat what he did barely five minutes earlier. As previously, the results and movement of metal was as powerful and continual, whether walking up or down slope the rods were securely locked on the same target, the Grandmother Tree.

Of the seven seconded to copy what Richard did, one volunteer was less than enthusiastic. Shane quietly objected. He told me that he felt an overwhelming sense of no, that this is not what he was here for and his role is no less important, but the Spirits had spoken and there would be no response in the rods if he participated. If we are genuinely researching the presence of the mystical, then that premonition of a ‘no-show,’ if correct, meant we now had a psychic control, with an expectation and affirmation that his motionless rods will confirm this denial from the Guardians of this site.

In total seven volunteers saw movement in their rods, but there were some variations in speed and possible contributing factors that need to be taken into account. First of which being that some were familiar with the rods and how they were used, while others were novices. Equally, although in general terms the reactions were always pointing to the tree, not two responses were exactly the same.

With Richard setting the pace, the seven others took their turns. Robyn and Gavin have used rods before, nevertheless, they got a reaction no less powerful than that of Richard’s. Evan, Tracy and Adam are novices to such devices, and although their rods were active it wasn’t with quite the same vigour. There was no difference in alignment in each attempt, although it did seem that both Evan and Tracy’s response was more ‘left-sided’ in direction and in the way the rods moved.

The Rods will not Rotate

There were six very positive interactions between person, rod and tree, but not so with the last two participants. Shane got exactly what he and we expected, the non-event was ‘spirit-sent.’ The rods never stirred, he held them loose and at the ready, but the copper conduits remained limp throughout.

Then there was Erlank, who scored of one out of two, the rods moved to right on his way down, but were still during the ascent. I wasn’t sure if he would get any reaction. He is not from Australia. We are not passing judgment or inferring that his non-residence makes him a less worthy sentient being, it is just that he is new to this country and the spirits of the land. The others in the group have been in the bush and sacred sites, know of the need to be smoked, whereas Erlank is a novice in such things. Time is needed to acclimatise and familiarise with Original protocol.

Now even more aware of the power and symbiotic exchange, Richard then tried to measure the range of the energy flow above and below the tree. Above the tree the rods snapped to attention forming an outer perimeter of 4.9 metres, while below its energy was still being detected 4.3 metres away. We could have persisted and asked each person to repeat what Richard did and average the results, but it would have achieved little, as the esoteric bona-fides of this sacred tree had been established well past our satisfaction.

Much more came out of this than predicted or planned, this was an auspicious beginning and what was to become the sentry-post from which all other research revolved. The day ahead was beginning to look far more positive, especially after the confirmation that, as Kakadu Elder Bill Neidjie reminded us so many times, “tree, same as me.”

To the Walls

Gosforg glyphNext stop, the three engraved sandstone walls. We did secretly entertain the notion that if any site would put on its etheric guise, this had to be the place. It had an extensive track record, the photograph supplied was taken some years ago to supposedly highlight some hieroglyphs on the largest wall failed in focus at one level. When the shutter opened no light was seen by the human eye, but the lens had a different focus. The white light spiralling out of the rock certainly seems to resemble a serpent-like form, which is very Original in setting.

The compass, crystal swing and magnet registered nothing, photographs were taken with and without the lens, and they showed very little. Despite the disappointing lack of reaction, all was not lost as it was always the rods that held the most attraction. When Richard pointed the copper towards the walls I sensed that something amazing was about to happen. Far from it, the rods were decidedly disinterested. No matter how many times Richard reset the dowsing rods towards the walls, they steadfastly refused the invitation to connect and spun back pointing directly at the Grandmother Tree.2014-09-29 11.04.02

That was the sum total of the meagre offerings from what we thought was to be our psychic ‘base-camp.’ There seemed no reason to stay, so onto the healing table, well to an extent. It is a women’s healing place, not for men, just women. We know of 15 women who have laid within, and all rose changed and charged in so many ways. There was one occasion when four women spent close to an hour out of male-sight in close contact with the table, when they finally came back it was my intention to ask what happened. Words just wouldn’t work, I could see in their eyes and deep within what each women experienced was beyond the fringe and with the spirits, it was not from the here and now. This is why we came again, to put some substance to what we all knew was true in every sense.

2014-07-17 14.29.02Not far away the men sat on the rock platform amongst a 4,650 year old engraved star-map, taking in the magnificent view and some early lunch. Richard took up a discreet post a little distance from the table, but closer than our rock platform. With two women (Robyn and Tracy) ready and willing, we needed one male to act as a second recorder using the camera with lens. We wanted one lens to be normal held by Tracy and the other treated, so that the full spectrum could be captured on film, the whole idea was to try and capture some ‘hard evidence’ as each woman laid inside the healing table.

Not long after we separated through gender, Richard came back and suggested that we all come over and look at what he had found. It was all a touch cryptic, and I could tell it would stay that way until we joined the women standing beside the healing table.

It was those notorious rods, they were doing it again. None of the men were prepared for this display, the women had not begun their meditation/contact and while they were getting ready Richard scanned the immediate area with the rods. After what transpired once the rods were set to the task at hand, the response was consistent and set in stone. About five metres from the healing table there is a fault/ridge that is slightly raised to a height of up to one centimetre, the rock is of same material on both sides, exactly the same coloured sandstone. Coming down from the table the rods remained crossed inwards resting against Richard’s body, but as soon as he stepped past that ridge they sprung free and pointed out. If he returned going up the slope, the rods began pointing forward until passing over the line in the rock, past that point they locked into the same closed position. In every instance all the way up and down the ridge-line the movement of rods was immediate and rapid, it had all the appearances of a very solid connection between rock and rods, and an affirmation that the area past that point was indeed a sacred women’s site of immense power.

If only we could find the means to validate as to what the rods were reacting. We have to be brutally honest, whatever performance the rods put on will not ‘cut the mustard’ with mainstream science, thinking, media and every other conservative channel. We needed more than our stunned expressions and a collective sense of awe. The camera, both with and without the lens, was always our preferred choice of apparatus. It was time to see whether there was a way filming the spirits stirring and a feminine portal awakening.


Photo Taken by Tracy Smith

What we got from Tracy’s photographs was far better than we could have ever hoped for, it comes down to this, we are either deceitful in photo-shopping this photograph, or have real evidence of a power or energy literally appearing at one foot, then spreading as it shrouds Robyn’s body and soul. The vibrant colours and surge of energy was felt by Robyn, so much so, she described the presence of blue immediately after, while we could only confirm to this be true once the photograph was developed. The rods and cameras stood united in testifying to a mystical presence that resides within the land, but is willing to share with any prepared to listen and learn. And then there was the wisdom and sensations that accompanied the merging of the divide, but that is Robyn’s story …


Photo taken by Tracy Smith

We saw the shots soon after in the camera. Mission accomplished, and some, a slight hiccup with the walls, but a big recovery with the table and close precincts. In what only added to the esoteric tally Richard found that once outside the realm of the women’s energy, every position he stood at saw the rods point directly to the Grandmother Tree. We would never have picked that recurring destination as a remote possibility, but no matter where Richard was stationed the rods remained resolute in responding to the same source. Then again, nor did we expect to get such dramatic shots of the healing table in action.

Hunting for Crayfish, and see if we get a Bite

It was time to part company with our sampling of the table, walls and tree and sample the offerings of a puzzling entree some distance to the west, but still found within the same tribal boundary. This engraving has everyone stumped, and no-one expected another visit would ever solve the riddle of how, when, who or what. Of all the archaeology and sites seen, none makes less sense than this one and central to it is an amazing engraving that seems so new, has no resemblance to any Original tribal art-style and never will have a definitive conclusion.

The site was originally found through information and photographs supplied by Klaus Dona and has been visited by us quite a few times, another twenty will get us no closer to the truth. Nearby is a set of stacked rocks of considerable size with evidence of what seems to be mortar which we strongly suspect to be the remains of an ancient wall, but it is something much more recent that has always held centre-stage. This was the site where Sean first suggested we try something quite novel and never used before, dowsing rods. They spun on site, the movement filmed and throughout the many experiments it became apparent that the response of the dowsing rods was powerful, but seemed personalised when interacting with this rock. At different times, depending on person, mood and attitude, the responses varied noticeably.

2014-09-29 14.25.34Pivotal to all the goings-on is the intricate and delicately inscribed figure of a crayfish. So well executed is this engraving it can rightly be called a work of art, but is placed in an exceptionally remote and difficult to reach location in the bush. Behind a ledge that is so obscure I still can’t believe Sean found it, the first reaction upon sighting, that it is a fake, seems as sensible as it is ridiculous. Why bother, there is no tag, and no-one would ever stumble upon it unless wandering through the bush deliberately looking behind every nook and cranny. The person who did carve this figure was a mason of some ability. There is no purpose or sensible reason to engrave this, but it doesn’t look Original and seems to be very recent. Such a clean and concise line, of a colour creamier and lighter than the sandstone rock upon which it is engraved, everything about it says non-Original, except Aunty Beve’s ring.

Aunty Beve’s Crayfish Ring

It was on the second viewing of the video of this site when Aunty Beve finally remembered why the sight of this delicate engraving ‘rang a bell.’ The shape and lines of the engraving was an almost perfect replica of the ring she often wore. In what only multiplied the significance, that same crustacean, the crayfish, is the totem for her clan. Being the last full-descent Darkinooong woman, very few would know that this animal is the local totem and finding it posted here of all places, only added to the mystery.

The rods were called into the fray once again, this was the site where we had hoped to get both an extremely strong reaction and a great deal of variety of responses while using the same apparatus pointed at the same icon. Nine people, including myself, held the rods close to the crayfish and only two shared the same sequence, speed and paths taken. It seems difficult to conceive how we got the rods to move in so many different angles and rates of rotation, but that is what happened.

And then, in what only confirmed the previous rules of engagement, Erlank and Shane came up empty. It was a touch bizarre to observe how dramatic and forceful the movement of metal was for so many people, as opposed to nothing for two out of nine. But there was one difference this time, Shane’s crystal swing was absent in motion when between the walls, but here near the rock it was responding with vigour.

What was already known from a previous inspection is that with rods in hand, it didn’t matter whether standing next to the crayfish, 0.5 metres, I metre or even 3.1 metres away, the rods kept spinning with the same force and speed. But only if the person holding the rods was on song and synchronicity with the rock orchestrating events. What we got from this was dowsing rods in action, but were none the wiser. After closing proceedings at the crayfish, Richard dowsed the surrounding area and identified three ley-lines that all converge at the same rock.

What does it all mean? If merely a hoax, how did this vandal know exactly where this energy peaked, then engrave an animal that is the only appropriate Original totem of this site? Why engrave at a place no-one can see, find or admire? For what purpose was this done, what did this hoaxer personally gain from this act of hidden deception? But first and foremost, why does it look so unnatural yet so fresh?

We have nothing. Something is afoot, three metres out the rods spun, but which way? The individual relationship established between person, rod and rock seems to be forged through means we can only speculate. And so we shall. The only fragile possibility we can tender seems preposterous and is damned by association, because our tentative premise is founded upon a symbiotic exchange of energy between rock and person. Such is the massive outpouring of energy from this portal, it is internally self-repairing. What if this stunning carving is actually incredibly ancient, and that such is the magnitude of energy streaming out of one concentrated funnel-point, geology is no longer dominant as the Old Ways reign. Is it possible that the engraving of the sacred Original totem of this land is renewing and reinventing itself?

A Life-bomb? Surely not!

Granted, such a proposal is incredibly far-fetched, but I have been to this site more than once. It is a very long walk and well off the track, you could be 10 centimetres away and not even see the engraving, and here it is in all its glory in the middle of nowhere. But of course we did not mention the immediate neighbours, hundreds of Gymea Lilies. Spread all around rooted in sandstone, the plants are massive. At least three times bigger than any we had seen anywhere and the stems that held the flower-head were as thick as a tree saplings. All were agreed this was exceptional, the soil was rubbish but it seemed like the lilies had sprouted in compost. It was as if a life-bomb was dropped on this small stand of lilies, infertile soil and rocks and everything within was still vibrating to the explosion of pure life-force. Metal rods, human flesh, vegetable or rock, nothing could escape the embrace of …

Could it be that this mid-sized sandstone boulder can fertilise Gymea Lilies, spin dowsing rods and crystal swings and is marked out by an engraving without peer? We strongly suspect that there is some sort of energy or presence in attendance in the area. The convergence point is the engraved crayfish, which could be as young as yesterday or as old as the hills.

A Faux Conclusion

The only thing that can be guaranteed from our day of sampling the esoteric delights is that our initial reservation bordering on scepticism as we began our day, was overwhelmed by signs and events designed by the spirits of this land. Three cockatoos greeted and farewelled us, the cameras performed admirably and the rods spun all day long.

Yes the rods spun, but many will put that down to all manner of logical factors. Be it sweaty hands, deceit, an unconscious desire to curry favour or conform, the wind or prompted by the promise of some spare cash in the back pocket, there are plenty of rational explanations that can account for such a fanciful tale. But when it comes to the two photographs of Robyn laying in the healing table, we only have two feasible explanations. It was either photo-shopped or Spirit-shipped.

This authenticity of this entire exercise was always a matter of perspective. We were seeking to validate signs from the Divine, and to be honest failed miserably in our attempt. Did we succeed in presenting our scientific credentials? No way, we were not even close and never had a chance. The truth is this day wandering in the bush with toys at the ready was always an indulgence, perhaps it was also our mark of respect for the mystic part of the Original journey, but as an academic venture it was doomed to fail. The reason for our failure is simple, there are none so blind as those who refuse to see.


Even though we are convinced what took place is more real than what people believe to be normal daily life, we are not endorsing or championing any of these findings in any public forum. Not because we resile from these esoteric activities, but because of the wealth of powerful archaeology and science we have amassed, we feel speaking on such matters will inflame prejudices and hinder the understandings gained through our solid empirical base. It allows our critics to focus on this decidedly mystical excursion across the divide to the detriment of all other parts of our research.

It is rather tragic we have to make such an equivocation, which is more an indictment on mainstream thinking and convention that an example of our intellectual cowardice. The real truth is that something happened, don’t know what it was, but we know one thing, it was real and present and looking the other way doesn’t work anymore.

P.S. Richard and Robyn recently returned to the site and have more to share. In our next segment on the esoteric history and presence, their photographs and experiences will be included.

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