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  1. Penca Rafiqi
    September 20, 2012

    Hello Steven
    A book written by Ion Idreiss (1964), ‘Our Stone Age Mystery’, mentions Gregor Johann Mendel (1822-1884);
    ‘In Our Living Stone Age Idreiss touches on the intricate marriage, relationship, and totemic laws and managed to find a correlation with Mendel’s Laws in the breeding of plant-life with that of the Australian Aboriginal understanding of human life. This viewpoint being the basis of their intricate ‘skin’ name relationships (p. 66)’.
    Idreiss synthesis with his own knowledge gathering and eloquently places Australian Aboriginals as highly advanced human beings due to their own laws. These laws were taught in a story format, given to groomed trusted candidates. Each candidate were instructed to be accurate or else it could mean death. The strict passing of knowledge can be seen in the analogy of ‘driving a car from A to B’ (this could be explained further)
    In another chapter of the book, Idreiss (1964, p. 76) could not understand why the Australian Aboriginal did not harvest a seed. Yet he did mention the very ideal to maintain population in the natural law of living (p. 67).
    kind regards


    • evstrong
      September 23, 2012

      Thanks very much that’s a fascinating parallel to skin moieties and an approach we haven’t considered. As for not harvesting a seed, strictly speaking that isn’t correct. The Burundji People harvested nardoo seeds for at least 15,000 years. They didn’t dig the soil, for that was forbidden, but they go back year after year and collected the naturally recurring crops. Kind Regards Steven and Evan.


  2. Maryse
    August 19, 2012

    Thanks for this article and deep in my heart I feel that what is written about the Aboriginal people is true! Soon his-storry will come out 🙂



  3. evstrong
    May 26, 2012

    thanks alot appreciate your comments


  4. Steven Strong
    March 27, 2012

    Thanks for your book recommendations. will look out for them, we are always looking for new sources and materials. when we do our talks on most occasions we open for the first 20 minutes of mtDNA, Skull Morphology, Blood groupings, y chromosomes etc proving the Aboriginal people have no relationship to Africans and were the first race. I’ll take not on your observations of Law and Lore, I suppose our inclination to seek out historical truths makes us predisposed to choose Lore- but we will keep an eye on it. Thanks for input and involvement. Steven Strong.


  5. Penca Rafiqi
    February 8, 2012

    Thank you for this article. I am a descendant of the Central Arrernte people (Alice Springs area) and Kasmiri, Bulgarian, Afghani, Spanish Moors, Scottish, Welsh, Irish (the Blood descdancy I know) It seems there is a lot not been said by the First people’s of Australia. My Nanni (Grandmother) said, the person who claim to be the protector of Aboriginals, during the time of the stolen generations seem to understand or realise that Aboriginals versus Negroid people are very different, they realised that by taking the mixed blood children away there would be no issue of “throw backs” and why…
    …according to my Nanni, that’s because Aboriginals are of pure blood. It seems also that there is evidence of throw backs amongst Negroid and Anglo-Saxon people.
    Apart from this there are secret tribes in South America that claim to descend from Australian Original people, the evidence is demonstrated through similar iconic representation of body paint and “Dreaming” stories, this is not entirely explored by so-called experts of the field.
    There is a book written by David Unaipon, used an Anthropologist (William Ramsay Smith) as a Ghost writer back in the day when Aboriginals in this country were treated as ignoratos. The book titled “Aborigine- Myths and Legends” is an eye opener, one that is underestimated by title and hidden content. David Unaipon came from a people that strongly adhered to doing everything properley, no half hearted effort was tolerated. This was the main ingredients for the First People’s survival in this country, alongside “Understanding”.
    Please do not be offended when I correct use of the word “Lore”, in actual fact the word is “Law”. Aboriginal Law is the same as Universal Law. Legends/Myths is words to help disguise the truths and Univeral Law. The book by David Unaipon, although very condensed is just a basis, however read the Preface, there is hidden qualities that highlight an insight to the First People’s.
    There is a book called the Thiaoouba Prophecy by M.Desmarquet and another book, ‘The Freedom of Choice’, by Thomas J. Chalko. Both very intersting books. I certainly would not dismiss this books or the majority of its contents. I have had some amazing experiences that both these books have described in the best way they can. Some of what is said is questionable, but remembering intepretation by each person could be very different from another, in other words you can read between the lines. This article was posted by Richard Bell, a intelligent man that acts and aggravates those that should question their beliefs, therefore he should also be understood like the books mentioned, “Read between the lines”.
    Universal Law, do Unto Others, so much is said in “Ask and you will Receive” and the thought is the deed. I am not religious at any rate, however there are so many similarities connected to Universal Law. Also the documentry “I am” needs to be added to the list of explainations of The First People’s Univeral Law.
    kind regards
    Penca Rafiqi


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