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  1. Mary
    April 6, 2018

    From my understanding no Egyptologist has been invited to the site. And to become an Egyptologists one can only be awarded as such in Egypt.

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  2. IJ
    December 29, 2017

    If these are not jumbled glyphs from different dynasties then the Egyption museum would be able to verify and interpret the message. Why haven’t they been able to.

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  3. Bradley Trindall
    November 24, 2015

    Hi guys,
    My name is Brad and may be able to assist in this ‘mystery’. My email is supplied and happy to exchange further details once contact is established. I am a Murri from the Gamilaroi people. Keep subscribing to the 4000 year approximate and being from Egyptian glyphs. You are on the right track. Finally, I am fully aware that some of these discoveries can cause division but truth always comes to light.
    Cheers
    Brad

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    • Susanne
      September 17, 2018

      Hi Brad,

      I am of European background but was quietly told about these markings in the 80’s by an elder, who felt that I had earned the right to see them and I felt lucky to find them.

      I remember taking an unmarked track just off the main road near some Gymea plants.
      It was pretty awesome. Apart from the ‘glyphs’, I mainly remember the carving of the ship.
      I’d love to know more if you have time.

      Cheers,
      Susanne

      I’d really like to learn more if you have time.

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  4. Adam Annesley
    August 23, 2015

    Like always well written guys and keep fighting the good fight

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