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Space Aliens In Australia - Mysterious Australia
Australasian Post, September 11, 1986
Space Aliens In Australia
In a rock shelter in the NSW Blue Mountains 20 years ago, I came across a mysterious Aboriginal carving. Etched into the rock it appeared to depict a human-like figure seated in an airborne vehicle. Flying saucer enthusiasts would take this carving as clear evidence that astronauts...
Date: 2010-12-02 05:29:29
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50,000 year old paintings of 'Aliens'
50,000 year old paintings of 'Aliens'
The Wandjina or Wondjina are a very common figure seen in Australian Aboriginal cave paintings.
They are most commonly seen in the North West of Australia, a place called�The Kimberley's. Which is basically a large oasis surrounded by the harshest desert and wild ocean.
Beings some of the closest Australian land to Southern Asia, it is likely that the...
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Facts About Australia Aboriginal Art
What exactly is Aboriginal art, do you say? Aboriginal art also known as indigenous Australian Art and it is an age-old art form created by the indigenous people of Australia who are also known as Australian Aboriginals. This style of art has been documented throughout history to be thousands of years old with its more recent commercialization some time around...
Aboriginal rock art - how old is it actually? › Ask an ...
Australia is blessed with many beautiful examples of Aboriginal cave paintings and engravings but what does science tell us about how old they are? What are the different methods used to date such artworks? And what are some of the challenges involved in dating them?
Many people will be forgiven for thinking that Australia has some of the oldest rock art in the world, but the truth there is no...
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The Ancient Flying Machines of The ... - Collective Evolution
I want to start off by saying that what I present in this article is a very minuscule amount of information that's available on prehistoric flying machines. I try to stay on the topic of flying objects, and stay away from details of extraterrestrial beings, for which there is also an enormous amount of information. What I've presented in this article is but a fraction of the numerous...
Uluru - Australia
Uluru is a massive sandstone rock in central Australia that is sacred to the Aborigines of the area, who are known as the Anangu. In recent years, Uluru has also become important for New Age practitioners.
Believed to have been formed by the activities of ancestral beings in creation time (or Dreamtime), the beautiful site includes many caves, waterholes, and ancient rock paintings. Uluru is the...
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Australian Aboriginal Art Discovered in Rock Shelter ...
Aged Australian Aboriginal art discovered at Narwala Gabarnmang rock shelter.
Heritage Daily: " Australia's Oldest Rock Art Discovered by USQ Researcher "
In the Arnhem Land plateau area of in Australia's Northern Territory, in a place so remote it is best reached by helicopter, is Narwala Gabarnmang, the "Sistine Chapel of rock art sites." Discovered during a 2006 survey sponsored by...
Aboriginal Rock Art Symbols - Indigenous Instyle
Aboriginal rock art symbols may be interpreted differently from tribe to tribe but as years passed and as the tradition has been seen in modern Aboriginal art, a lot were able to retain its meaning across regions.
The Aboriginal people value the meaning-making function of art more than its aesthetics and cultural implications to the extent that every art containing similar symbols are read in...