ForgottenOrigins

Forgotten Origins – the Out of Australia Theory

The aims of this group are to share understandings related to Australia’s rich ancient past with a view to learning how that may be applied now and in the future. The subject matter of our page sometimes contains culturally sensitive topics related to Original history and we operate under the doctrine of Wirritjin – Black Fella, White Fella Dreaming: In remembrance of Karno W…., spokesperson for the Ramindjeri.

Australia has been visited in the past by the Ancient Egyptians, Phoenicians, Chinese, Spanish and Portuguese and perhaps others.

We are trying to change the worldview of Australian (Ab)Original people and culture positively and help to show their effect upon human development and civilisation. “Maybe if we can accept the truth, that we aren’t alone and part of something cosmic and grand, then we may start behaving like galactic citizens instead of global vandals”
(Steven Strong)

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Said to be the oldest and the youngest of the choristers in Areyonga, Central Australia, NT, 1940s.

As the saying goes, age is a question of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter!

Photo credit: Arthur Groom.
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1 day ago

Jason Sansbury

Just have to share. I deal with this constantly, yet still try to help educate these guys.This one made me laugh though. 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

Just have to share. I deal with this constantly, yet still try to help educate these guys.This one made me laugh though. :)

7 days ago

Ros Mulder

A few months ago Nina Angelo put a photo up of her sheelanagig, the first photo is a rock painting from Kakadu by The Original People of Australia. The next photos are of images found all over the World depicting the same thing of a being connecting to something??
How silly of me these images haven't been shown on any TV News programs so they aren't true and don't exist!
The Internet and Groups like this crumbling the 'Powers that want to still be'!
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A few months ago Nina Angelo put a photo up of her sheelanagig, the first photo is a rock painting from Kakadu by The Original People of Australia. The next photos are of images found all over the World depicting the same thing of a being connecting to something??
How silly of me these images havent been shown on any TV News programs so they arent true and dont exist!
The Internet and Groups like this crumbling the Powers that want to still be!

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better there not shown i think

Fascinating Ros! Thanks for posting. I love my Sheelanagig. Great you caught on to her and of course you wouldn't see too many images like this. After all it's mans way of not wanting to show where we are born from!! Thanks Ros.

Kathryn Vere

All people alive today are closely related. It stands to reason ancient culture is universally shared.

Hi Ros, I have featured that image of Yinganna in my article for New Dawn (July edition), you may know that she is the creation mother and an aspect of the Rainbow Serpent. I can't see all those small images very well, but certainly, some have strong links, they either include serpents or the woman pictured is a chimaera of some sort (which the Rainbow Serpent usually is).

This is fascinating. Thanks Ros and Bruce

I love these deep connections, it is a pleasure to share some of my findings from time spent turning over stones!

They look woven to me. From a fairly coarse material possibly grass or reeds. Humans would have kept their tool kits at home until they invented something to carry them, until then at most they would have carried one heavy item and a few light ones, which they could have tied in their hair for example. I think carrying bags were very early, maybe even before manufacture of stone tools. Living apes are not known to have any, though chimps are known to make stone tools now along with capuchins (New World monkeys). Even in recent times people made tool kits at kill and harvesting sites and left them lay rather than carry them away. I think once out of the trees, there is no advantage to bipedalism except to carry a heavy weapon all the time (cave man club for example). Without baskets / bags large groups can not live in any one place very long as there is no way to carry enough food in. A bag could be as simple as peeling a sking inside out, letting it dry, and tying one end shut

gourds have the advantage of being able to hold in liquids and if plugged keep critters and bugs out. I think gourds were used very early, and are never preserved as storage vessels in the older sites. In the Americas, some peoples "did not have" water vessels and near by peoples had clay pots to store water. More likely, they used gourds, and they are not preserved as storage containers. Even in a dry cave, gourds tend to turn to dust or debri unidentifiable as a container within about 1000 years or much less. As a boy I left my pop gun in the desert, about five months later it was in fragments from sun rain and snow. Not from gourd but similar material. In one of my home areas there is a type of gourd, within a two years you can not find a trace of them in the open, in caves within ten or twenty years they are gone. You have to bury them for them to last a long time, even then insect activity and other actions will turn them into dust within a few decades.

Gourds were how I think fellows like Homo floresiensis and Homo habilis were able to live in and cross harsh deserts. Some monkeys can live in very harsh deserts so long as they have a drinking hole. They keep the location secret and do not like to go more than about a mile from some place they can drink during the day heat. Many chimps do not make or use any stone tools, yet they make and use complex tools. Originals in deserts could have been "wood mat leather and gourd age" people outside of the stone ages, yet with very sophisticated technology for desert living. And in such environments, it would be very hard to find dateable skeletal remains or tools of those sorts. IN some places blow guns and other no metal or stone weapons even today are the most effective weapons in dense forests and jungles. Wood age people could also have been protolithic people, using unmodified stones such as hammer stones and selected stone blades. What we are learning about apes is they are pretty much all in some cases at least protolithic, even many monkeys and other animals are. With leather straps etc... sophisticated stone tools are made without modifying the stones themselves, which usually leaves no archaeological record (that professionals can find at least).

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There's always a little more to it.

Indeed, Bill, I have also got that pic in my article. I think some folks will like to get a copy of New Dawn in July and check out my full piece in there. It is focussed on the link between Gobekli Tepe and Arnhem Land.

The big clue with that one from Gobekli Tepe is the head.

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5 days ago

Ros Mulder

If you missed out on the Webinar today it was fantastic, so much great information from the Scientific to The Lores, and to the Ancient stories passed down in so many Cultures which all correspond to each other in so many ways. We have all come away today with so much knowledge. Hope this is the first of many more to come. Looking forward to seeing who are the next Presenters and their Stories. Thank You to all involved. ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Alan VanArsdale

Key to Chart
Proposed Human Time Line and Phylogeny Alan VanArsdale June 16, 2017 ------ speculated lineage x fossil occurrence O New species by hybridization 1, Homo floresiensis 2. Red Deer Cave Man 3. Homo georgicus 4. Homo erectus 5. Homo sapiens 6. Homo habilis 7. Pan (chimps) 8. Lufengpithecus 9. Australopithecus 10. Graecopithecus freybergi 11. Orrorin
12. Ardipithecus
13. Homo naledi
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Key to Chart 
Proposed Human Time Line and Phylogeny Alan VanArsdale June 16, 2017 ------ speculated lineage x fossil occurrence O New species by hybridization 1, Homo floresiensis 2. Red Deer Cave Man 3. Homo georgicus 4. Homo erectus 5. Homo sapiens 6. Homo habilis 7. Pan (chimps) 8. Lufengpithecus 9. Australopithecus 10. Graecopithecus freybergi 11. Orrorin 
12. Ardipithecus 
13. Homo naledi

6 days ago

Padurean George

Is there any chance you guys can post something about our Australian pyramids , I have seen quiet some video and it's amazing the story behind trying to hide their existence . Thank you very much . I love very much your page , best regards George 👍😎 ... See MoreSee Less

A wedding at Coranderrk, circa. 1910-40, but no names documented. Maybe someone on here knows and can comment?

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froma time when people did not smile for pictures

Interesting for Aboriginal People in thoses times when many where in Missions and Reserves ,Great Picture though.

Great pic. Merrick Zed This was one of the first mission/reserves. Set up in 1863. The first was what happened in Tasmania in 1829. This photo was taken between 1910-40.

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1 week ago

Jeffrey Boyd Jr.

We had a blast. Talkimg Australia, Orginals, kangaroo island, Kariong, about Evan William Strong , Steven, Ildi Budaithe two brothers, scratched tocks, Egypt in Australia...and more! ... See MoreSee Less

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We had a blast. Talkimg Australia, originals, kangaroo island, Kariong, the two brothers, scratched tocks, Egypt in Australia...and more!

It’s Time to go Home: Karta is Waiting

By Steven & Evan William Strong

After some considerable time spent addressing other concerns, I found the chance to finally return to what has always been my favourite genre of Original archaeology: the marked and magic rocks. Of recent times we have been involved in so many other avenues converging at the same intersection, and have barely kept up. But finally there is some light at the end of the tunnel offering time to pause and indulge. Both a curse and blessing, these rocks are as unforgiving as they are an inspiration. From the very beginning of this journey into days long gone they have been with or near me, and because of this proximity, are always major part of our life.

I was three sentences in with five rocks ready to begin their introduction, and from the time Evan mentioned I had to ring Christine, I just knew that the little written was all there would be for some time. The question she asked was as much an inquiry as it was a direction, verging on an ultimatum. There have been many times when we have made it clear these rocks must go onto sacred country at Karta, there is no secret there, but amongst the plans for the future there never has been a specific date, or even a general time frame.

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It’s Time to go Home: Karta is Waiting

By Steven &  Evan William Strong

After some considerable time spent addressing other concerns, I found the chance to finally return to what has always been my favourite genre of Original archaeology: the marked and magic rocks. Of recent times we have been involved in so many other avenues converging at the same intersection, and have barely kept up. But finally there is some light at the end of the tunnel offering time to pause and indulge. Both a curse and blessing, these rocks are as unforgiving as they are an inspiration. From the very beginning of this journey into days long gone they have been with or near me, and because of this proximity, are always major part of our life.

I was three sentences in with five rocks ready to begin their introduction, and from the time Evan mentioned I had to ring Christine, I just knew that the little written was all there would be for some time. The question she asked was as much an inquiry as it was a direction, verging on an ultimatum. There have been many times when we have made it clear these rocks must go onto sacred country at Karta, there is no secret there, but amongst the plans for the future there never has been a specific date, or even a general time frame.

Read More at:- http://forgottenorigin.com/its-time-to-go-home-karta-is-waiting

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Interesting! Steve is ready to divorce himself from the Sacred Rocks & establish them on their homeland- Kangaroo Island(Karta) for all mankind to witness. Donations to GoFundMe is set up for unique display unit to be constructed immediately to secure and display the Sacred Rocks. I heard on the radio now that Qantas will begin their direct flights to K.I. from Adelaide, in December 2017. Seems it truly is time to set these Sacred Rocks on sacred ground a.s.a.p. Holy Warrior Steve(& his family) will be protected & supported & appreciated for all efforts & integrity. Amazing!(in my view).

Good news

Sad but it's truth 😕King Billy aka Jimmy Clements, the "last Aboriginal King of Canberra", being turned away from the opening of Parliament, May, 1927.

“Clements, a Wiradjuri man known in the way of his times as King Billy, has lain beneath unconsecrated ground at the Queanbeyan Cemetery since 1927, buried an outsider in his own land just three months after his one white-hot moment of fame…

All those years ago, Clements and another Wiradjuri man, John Noble, walked over the mountains from Brungle Mission in NSW to become the only indigenous people to attend the first opening of parliament in Canberra.

He might have been known as King Billy, but a policeman took exception to Clements' rough clothes and the dogs at his bare feet and told him to clear off, apparently thinking he would offend the Duke and Duchess of Kent.

The crowd took the side of the old Aborigine, calling for him to hold his ground. A prominent member of the clergy declared that King Billy had more right than any man to a place on the steps of Parliament, and the gathered citizens showered the old man with coins.

Clements won his prized spot on the parliamentary steps, and the next day he was among prominent citizens who were presented to the Duke and Duchess. The Argus reported that "an ancient Aborigine who calls himself King Billy and who claims sovereign rights to the federal Territory walked slowly forward alone and saluted the Duke and Duchess. They cheerily acknowledged his greeting." - Tony Wright in The Age, 13 February 2008.
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Sad but its truth 😕

2 weeks ago

Bruce Cunningham

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Tuesday 9am EST - 11pm Ausi time?  Indiana Bruce

Thankyou to Spirit of Belonging group for this post.

"Gulaga Mountain is reopening this long weekend with refurbished trails.
This video by filmmaker Richard Snashall, presented and co-written by Yuin woman Nuala Trindall, traces the history of the hand back of Gulaga and Biamanga national parks to the Yuin people in 2006.
It was made with the support of the Gulaga and Biamanga boards and the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service"
open.abc.net.au/explore/201223

ABC South East NSW
Gulaga Mountain is reopening this long weekend with refurbished trails.
This video by filmmaker Richard Snashall, presented and co-written by Yuin woman Nuala Trindall, traces the history of the hand back of Gulaga and Biamanga national parks to the Yuin people in 2006.
It was made with the support of the Gulaga and Biamanga boards and the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service open.abc.net.au/explore/201223
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ABC South East NSW

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Judy O'Donnell

Andrew Feasey

2 weeks ago

Evan William Strong

Humanity's True History - Mayan Peace Talks
We are excited to announce Xchelita Michelle Recchia as a speaker for our Webinar “It’s All About Australia: The Beginning of Everything Part 1”.
Michelle Recchia is a biologist from Canada, with an interest in natural medicine and sustainability. She spent 12 years studying and living with the Mayans in south eastern Mexico and Guatemala. During this time, she became involved with the mysteries of the ancient pyramids, and megalithic sites around the world. After seeing her first pyramid in 1993, she began studying anthropology, archaeology, and comparative theology. She now has more than 20 years’ experience in the field.
The Mayans affectionately called Michelle, Xchelita, which means Little Rainbow. She was eventually given the title of spokesperson and storyteller, a unanimous decision, by several tribes in Chiapas and Yucatan. This decision surprised her, as she had not requested this title. After much insistence, Michelle agreed, and has felt both honoured and burdened by the responsibility. Michelle is now sharing the ancient stories and teachings, as requested by the Mayan elders and shamans. These stories include humanity’s true history, and speak of an ancient advanced global civilisation that we once shared, and will share again.
Discover the true history of humanity, as taught by the ancient Mayan wisdom keepers. Explore the world of our ancestors, of angels and demons and aliens! Dive into a world of legends, and hard physical evidence!
More information about Michelle can be found at:
www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012490170934
Join Us:
18th June 9am (Aussie Eastern Standard Time)/17th June 7pm (New York Time).
Register:
app.webinarjam.net/register/40269/84550e172f
Info on the other Speakers:
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Humanitys True History - Mayan Peace Talks
We are excited to announce Xchelita Michelle Recchia as a speaker for our Webinar “It’s All About Australia: The Beginning of Everything Part 1”.
Michelle Recchia is a biologist from Canada, with an interest in natural medicine and sustainability. She spent 12 years studying and living with the Mayans in south eastern Mexico and Guatemala. During this time, she became involved with the mysteries of the ancient pyramids, and megalithic sites around the world. After seeing her first pyramid in 1993, she began studying anthropology, archaeology, and comparative theology. She now has more than 20 years’ experience in the field. 
The Mayans affectionately called Michelle, Xchelita, which means Little Rainbow. She was eventually given the title of spokesperson and storyteller, a unanimous decision, by several tribes in Chiapas and Yucatan. This decision surprised her, as she had not requested this title. After much insistence, Michelle agreed, and has felt both honoured and burdened by the responsibility. Michelle is now sharing the ancient stories and teachings, as requested by the Mayan elders and shamans. These stories include humanity’s true history, and speak of an ancient advanced global civilisation that we once shared, and will share again.
Discover the true history of humanity, as taught by the ancient Mayan wisdom keepers. Explore the world of our ancestors, of angels and demons and aliens! Dive into a world of legends, and hard physical evidence!
More information about Michelle can be found at:
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012490170934
Join Us:
18th June 9am (Aussie Eastern Standard Time)/17th June 7pm (New York Time).
Register: 
https://app.webinarjam.net/register/40269/84550e172f
Info on the other Speakers:
http://forgottenorigin.com/webinar-our-speakers-spotlighted

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Fascinating, been all over the Mayan sites in Mexico and have also researched Mayans extensively. Great Choice for Speaker you now have Xchelita Michelle Recchia

Maggie Arnott and child, Gippsland tribe, Victoria, 1878.

Photo credit: Fred Kruger.
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Thank you for posting these stunning pictures I love them.. They are beautiful insights to our indigenous that are rarely seen anywhere. Blessings 😇

Thank you for these absolutely beautiful photographs IDIDJA.... Blessings on you, and them. <3

She shows her relationship to Native South Americans, even to Polynesians.

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2 weeks ago

Earl M Digby

I'm sure this video was seen by this group before but I'd to learn more about the "Aboriginal embalming & mummification" techniques used as referred to in the video. For real or not? I've not ever heard about this before.One early theory regarding the continental exploration by Homo sapiens, suggested that the Aborigines did not migrate to Australia, but that mankind may have... ... See MoreSee Less

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I take it from the sound of chirping crickets that there are no Australian aboriginal mummification or embalming practices.

yes its real

ill look for a reference

There's quite a few around..just Google "aboriginal mummification". i was just reading the other day . can't remember where.. But that some (Torres Straight maybe) island tribes embalmed and " ferried" their dead across to an "island of the dead" too! books.google.com.au/books?id=P_xj3QTHHvoC&pg=PA280&lpg=PA280&dq=aboriginal+mummification&source=b...

I beleive Elkins, Grafton Elliot Smith, Tindale and others have all recorded history of mummification here.

Mummification is common in South America also, one of many similarities with originals in funerary practices. It is easier to mummify remains in dry places than wet places, with success.

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Marie of the Bunyong tribe in possum skin cloak, and child, 1878. Humpy in background.

Could Bunyong be Boonwurrung? Buninyong?

Photo credit: Fred Kruger.
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2 weeks ago

Evan William Strong

Natural Law of the Original Peoples.
We are excited to announce Trevor Wie​ as a speaker for our Webinar “It’s All About Australia: The Beginning of Everything Part 1”.
Trevor is an adoptee-lineal belonging to the Larakia and Gunwinggu Nations through his father’s adoption. He was given some Law as a teenager and has been involved in the tourism and well-being sectors interpreting the Original knowledge and value systems such that they can be more properly understood by the modernised societies. He is currently working on a series of children’s books which draw on the values and knowledge of the Original culture. His focus is on understanding the depth of meanings of the archetype symbols and the Original social psychology system, rectifying some of the distortions whilst revealing some very basic and simple truths that identify the values of connectedness within heart-centered, nature-based societies; and in particular of the Original Peoples.
Trevor presents on Natural Law, the natural governance system of ‘connection-to-all’ which underpins the highly effective harmonic Original social psychology system. Natural Law does not change, nor can it be high-jacked by ego. The Lore stories change, across the continent and across the globe, though the elements of Law held within the Lore do not change. Trevor does not tell the Original (Lore) stories themselves, though provides amazing insights into a very conscious-living society that followed Natural Law - utilising the full range of sense-abilities and very aware of the multidimensional reality of the nature of existence, immersed in the fields of conscious and physical energy, respectful to all and rejecting of quantative technology involving acquisition and ownership, all of which arise from the separative thought-form. Trevor’s role, as an interpreter, respectful of protocols, is to present the synchratic thought process to the diacratic mindset. An immersion, which you will not hear elsewhere. He is an advocate for introducing many of the mechanisms and strategies of the Original ancient value and knowledge systems and learnings into the modernised early childcare framework.
More information about Trevor can be found at:
www.facebook.com/Natural-Law-159336381190978/?ref=settings www.facebook.com/The-Good-Way-Ant-AU-928712753869922/?ref=bookmarks
Join Us:
18th June 9am (Aussie Eastern Standard Time)/17th June 7pm (New York Time).
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app.webinarjam.net/register/40269/84550e172f
Info on the other Speakers:
forgottenorigin.com/webinar-our-speakers-spotlighted
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Natural Law of the Original Peoples.
We are excited to announce Trevor Wie​ as a speaker for our Webinar “It’s All About Australia: The Beginning of Everything Part 1”.
Trevor is an adoptee-lineal belonging to the Larakia and Gunwinggu Nations through his father’s adoption. He was given some Law as a teenager and has been involved in the tourism and well-being sectors interpreting the Original knowledge and value systems such that they can be more properly understood by the modernised societies. He is currently working on a series of children’s books which draw on the values and knowledge of the Original culture. His focus is on understanding the depth of meanings of the archetype symbols and the Original social psychology system, rectifying some of the distortions whilst revealing some very basic and simple truths that identify the values of connectedness within heart-centered, nature-based societies; and in particular of the Original Peoples.
Trevor presents on Natural Law, the natural governance system of ‘connection-to-all’ which underpins the highly effective harmonic Original social psychology system. Natural Law does not change, nor can it be high-jacked by ego. The Lore stories change, across the continent and across the globe, though the elements of Law held within the Lore do not change. Trevor does not tell the Original (Lore) stories themselves, though provides amazing insights into a very conscious-living society that followed Natural Law - utilising the full range of sense-abilities and very aware of the multidimensional reality of the nature of existence, immersed in the fields of conscious and physical energy, respectful to all and rejecting of quantative technology involving acquisition and ownership, all of which arise from the separative thought-form. Trevor’s role, as an interpreter, respectful of protocols, is to present the synchratic thought process to the diacratic mindset. An immersion, which you will not hear elsewhere. He is an advocate for introducing many of the mechanisms and strategies of the Original ancient value and knowledge systems and learnings into the modernised early childcare framework.
More information about Trevor can be found at:
https://www.facebook.com/Natural-Law-159336381190978/?ref=settings https://www.facebook.com/The-Good-Way-Ant-AU-928712753869922/?ref=bookmarks
Join Us:
18th June 9am (Aussie Eastern Standard Time)/17th June 7pm (New York Time).
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Info on the other Speakers:
http://forgottenorigin.com/webinar-our-speakers-spotlighted

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Im looking forward to this presentation.. looks super interesting!

Love talking to and listening to Trevor.

I like this, informing our children is the perfect place to start!

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2 weeks ago

Evan William Strong

Aliens in First Nation Cosmology
We are excited to announce James Bartley as a speaker for our Webinar “It’s All About Australia: The Beginning of Everything Part 1”.
James Bartley is an Independent Historian with an emphasis on Military History, Intelligence and Counterintelligence. He has had a lifetime of ET Experiences and has made an in-depth investigation into the longstanding Military-ET Connection. James formerly worked in Communications for Naval Air Forces U.S. Pacific Fleet. James' has his own podcast called The Cosmic Switchboard Show where he has interviewed the top researchers in a variety of fields. He also gives a weekly commentary about current events and topical issues.
James will be discussing the primary role Extraterrestrials (sometimes referred to as The Gods) play in the lives, culture and cosmology of traditional and ancient cultures.
More information about James can be found at:
www.thecosmicswitchboard.com/
www.facebook.com/james.bartley.148
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18th June 9am (Aussie Eastern Standard Time)/17th June 7pm (New York Time).
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Aliens in First Nation Cosmology
We are excited to announce James Bartley as a speaker for our Webinar “It’s All About Australia: The Beginning of Everything Part 1”.
James Bartley is an Independent Historian with an emphasis on Military History, Intelligence and Counterintelligence. He has had a lifetime of ET Experiences and has made an in-depth investigation into the longstanding Military-ET Connection. James formerly worked in Communications for Naval Air Forces U.S. Pacific Fleet. James has his own podcast called The Cosmic Switchboard Show where he has interviewed the top researchers in a variety of fields. He also gives a weekly commentary about current events and topical issues.
James will be discussing the primary role Extraterrestrials (sometimes referred to as The Gods) play in the lives, culture and cosmology of traditional and ancient cultures.
More information about James can be found at:
http://www.thecosmicswitchboard.com/
https://www.facebook.com/james.bartley.148
Join Us:
18th June 9am (Aussie Eastern Standard Time)/17th June 7pm (New York Time).
Register: 
https://app.webinarjam.net/register/40269/84550e172f
Info on the other Speakers:
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awesome! 🙂

www.facebook.com/sacsatellite/posts/406083499791460The United Kingdom,
UFO sightings and Crop circles.
Here alongside ancient megaliths and earthwork mounds, you have stories of UFO sightings. And mysterious balls of light seen in and around crop circles.
What is the connection between these sights, crop circles and the UFO phenomenon?
Is this evidence of space tourism where you have intergalactic visitors "angels" "aliens" visiting these sites as if they are touring around the planet checking out all the bizarre ancient places here.
And then leave graffiti to mark that they have been there.
Like humans do when they travel and carve their initials in ancient stone and leave their mark which is illegal.
I wonder if these are just college kids making these crop circles.
I wonder if everyone has overactive imaginations and the UFO phenomenon is all in our heads.
Or are these actual visitors taking screenshots much like I am..
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CHEERS!!!!!

2 weeks ago

Luke Rodier

Well I've heard it all now...🙄 was just listening to triple J radio... an archaeologist from Southern Cross University is now claiming that Homo-sapiens originated from West Africa not east Africa, and that the fossilised remains of a bipedal hominid, apparently close to humans was discovered in the west of Africa that date to over 300,000yrs old.... I guess this muppet hasn't seen the Y-chromosome of our Original(Aboriginal) females....!
WTF is going on here... could you please help me to understand this so called new find... Steven or Evan Strong...👍🏼 cheers Lukey😉
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Yes, i read this story this morning. The scientific research that was carried out on the fossil showed that homo sapiens have been around far longer than they first anticipated. However, the theory they built around the research supports out of africa theory - which is still the mainstream view. Unfortunately for people in the field who receive funding, they can't publish anything outside of the accepted theory. If they do, they will be ostracised by their peers and funding will be gone. What i like to take away from this is a) it shows that homo sapiens have been around for far longer than first thought, and b) that we've only just scratched the surface on how long human history actually dates back to. 😉

Tbh I think human origins are so far in the distant past that we may never discover where and when it occured. But the out of Africa theory, as far as I'm concerned, is already an obsolete concept.

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