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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1 day ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

Pretty sure hardly anyone has seen this image before. We have cleaned up some of the blemishes found in the original to restore this photo to its best possible quality. Our most amazing find for the year so far...

It show a studio portrait of a man from South Australia, circa. 1860. No other information known.

Photo credit: Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford, UK.

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Deep dude

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8 hours ago

Kosta Krow Srbinoff

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Dermot Kelly

Thanks heaps Kosta

wow thanks Kosta.........surely that's it now?

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6 hours ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

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What a cutie!

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Kosta is that it or is there a part four?

Mandy Oliver

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Mandy Oliver

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Mandy Oliver

Hey guys, I was wondering how we can learn and connect with original people? Myself and several friends feel drawn to ‘black fella white fella dreaming’ but are not really sure where to start? We live on the Central Coast in NSW. Many Thanks 🙏🏽 ... See MoreSee Less

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Go to a corrobarie or sporting event and buy someone a beer.

Well first off you gotta learn Cultural appropriation. go and sit with the elders

ill pm you with sum ideas Malindi Lovegrove-Lower

You could try cultural centres or workshops, demonstrating genuine readiness and committment to learn and mutually care, perhaps volunteering if needed. Bearing in mind, those who are willing to share culture may be few available amongst those struggling to retain and repair their own culture amongst themselves. Personally i believe no kindness is ever wasted, so dont be discouraged if it takes awhile. Its very important for us to find ways to live alongside in peace, and learn to be better custodians of each other and of the natural world which sustains us.

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1 day ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

Ceremony man in body paint holding shield and boomerang, Port Macquarie, NSW, circa. 1910.

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Australian weapons ready for export to the world, note photographers name..:)

2 days ago

Jessica Gilbert

We should all be using "The Secret" but really whats in Walter Russell's work, to get the Standing Stone site(s) back up and working again. <3 I give Great Spirit, Source, my vow (me) to give all the Love i can, at that moment, to all people, in return for the Standing Stone site to be up and running again with a peaceful and timely outcome. i am thankful for the progress we are making in this and excited for whats to come with bringing this ancient site back to life; thank you Source, Great Spirit, with lots of Love! (me). <3 End. If we ALL do this together, we have no other option but to succeed with the Rising of Standing Stone site(s)! p.s., make sure to give and love freely to nature and humanity for this to work 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Well said Jessica 😉

Is it ok if I make a suggestion of doing a collective prayer or whatever other name other people want to call it, we could set a time and day when everyone on this group and their family members, if they wanted to join in, could sit down and ask God the Universe for this situation with the standing stones to be finally rectified. Lynne McTaggart has done research on this phenomena of a collective group of people praying together obtain an outcome.

I am all for it why not, great idea. I do however pray every day that the site gets up and sung.

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3 days ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

Kulin nation men, Victoria, circa. 1883.

Words that come to mind... regal, sophisticated, complex society.

And beneath the possum skin cloaks would be highly patterned cicatrisation/scarification on the chest and shoulders marking men of high distinction.

Photo credit: Fred Kruger.
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Love these photos Kylie....but so sad.

Joseph Campbell da boiz

Excellent, so sad that the true stature, the ornate dwellings the organised society that existed so many thousands of years before it was..... Lost... Has only recently been revealed. The early invaders could have done things so much better. What a land we would be..

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1 day ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

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Thanks for letting me join, I just heard about all this (Kariong, the beginning of humanity) after asking a friend if she knew anything about this area (I live in Umina) because to me it felt very special here, like nothing I had felt before. I never expected to discover so much! Thanks for all your work getting this info out to people, if there is any way to learn more or help, please let me know ☺️🙏🏽💕 ... See MoreSee Less

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You're not alone in that feeling Malindi - there are plenty in that area that feel the same and others far and wide. If you enjoy bush walking and are at all interested in survival or medicinal plant use I recommend you join Jake Cassar bushcraft - Jake is a good friend and has worked tirelessly to protect the area. Here and on his website you will regularly see events etc.

4 days ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

Typical initiation scarification/body art design for that time, Broome, Western Australia, circa. 1926.

Photo credit: R. A. Bourue.
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why would they be glad of an end to their 60,000 year old lifestyle, to have their culture robbed from them at gunpoint, to have all the young boys and girls raped by so called sadistic priests and nuns on native reserves, be not allowed to speak language, carry out lore and ceremonies and go where they wanted when they wanted, also that is an image of a man not a boy, that is our culture before the murdering raping land stealing convict scum came and imposed their version of "civilisation" so be kind enough to keep your ignoramus comments to thine self

I wonder if lots of white religious parents would be happy if the law puts an end to circumcision. Just saying...

You obviously have no understanding of cultural rituals Stefan, because if you did you wouldn't have written such stupid and insulting comment!!

What makes you think this is ended? It is an honour for a boy to become aman.

Men business tribal law.

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Thanks for the add & chat Evan William Strong. What a wonderful job you did tonight on Watchers Talk! The petition has been signed & shared many places, lol. I look forward to continuing on this journey! ✌💞 ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Charles Smith

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Welcome Charles

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Watchers Talk
"Just place yourself in the position of
Petrie or Carter exploring an Egyptian tomb. Your work is of more importance for it relates to
existence of the first men on Earth, their history and their philosophy. They believed in
an Invisible
God and the immortality of the soul. They set up no graven image; but within this temple you will
find the seven elements which are the basis of all knowledge, all science, all history and all forms of
writing, which began in numeration."

Help Protect Australia's Stonehenge By Signing And Sharing This petition

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5 days ago

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1 week ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

One of the earliest photographs of a named Aboriginal person from Western Australia.

Munjie from Pinjarra, Western Australia, circa. 1860-1890.

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Awesome

Those facial features are seen around the world.

Steven and Evan Strong
Please sign and share this petition to save the Standing Stones/Australia's Stonehenge site, which is under threat to be rezoned into a new development/village. While every level of our Government has failed, its up to us; the People to stand up and save a sacred site that has global significance for not only our past, but is of dire importance for our future.
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6 days ago

Lauren Kiela Love

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Steven and Evan Strong
Please sign and share this petition to save the Standing Stones/Australia's Stonehenge site, which is under threat to be rezoned into a new development/village. While every level of our Government has failed, its up to us; the People to stand up and save a sacred site that has global significance for not only our past, but is of dire importance for our future.
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1 week ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

Hair ornamentation and decoration, Western Australia, circa. 1895.

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Beautiful old photo of proud people.

Warrior Ancestors ,Wisdom Keepers,Dreamkeepers ,Ancient Knowledge , worldwide culture and my list could go on and on and on

Thanks Eddy!

And my ancestors are the aborigines of Europe... not being smartarse or disrespectful, but been conscious of this for years Fast Eddy and IDIDJ. When on the street at Charleville with big boxes of pastels doing a painting in the street of Corones Hotel for a raffle, and some Aborigine kids walked up and started asking about them...told them they were mostly the same ochres that their people used, plus colours from minerals and rocks all over the world, and that I was an Aborigine of my own culture that lived in caves in England and France, painted themselves with blue stuff and painted the cave walls... and that the white people had all forgotten that about themselves.. And as the words flew out my mouth knew they were true. Kids and I had a big talk about what none of us hear at school and should... told them about the Altamira Caves, and that some of my people were French too. Respect to you guys.

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1 week ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

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1 week ago

Walter Ungerer

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Welcome to the group Walter 😊

Thanks, Belinda.

The discovery of a Neolithic stone Celt, a hand-held axe, with the Indus script on it at a place called Sembian-Kandiyur in Tamilnadu is, according to Iravatham Mahadevan,

"A major discovery because for the first time a text in the Indus script has been found in the State on a datable artefact, which is a polished Neolithic Celt."

"This confirms that the Neolithic people of Tamil Nadu shared the same language family of the Harappan group, which can only be Dravidian. The discovery provides the first evidence that the Neolithic people of the Tamil country spoke a Dravidian language."

Mr. Mahadevan estimated the date of the artefact with the Indus script between 2000 BCE - 1500 BCE. Not only do the Neolithic people of Tamil Nadu and the Harappans share the same script but also the same language.
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1 week ago

Sean Murray

I just heard of the passing of a great free history researcher - John Anthony West R.I.P.

The amazing John Anthony West sadly passed away on February 6, 2018. John was an American author, lecturer, guide and a proponent of the Sphinx water erosion...
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2 weeks ago

Lucia Vocale Baulch

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2 weeks ago

Paula Jackson

What if This Stone is more significant than its treatment and what if there's more that the government knows nothing about, have even found more that seem like were Standing Stones but now afraid to bring it to the attention of the Town Planning to find out their original placement as they were moved to make a road, any help out there ?
www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1592891750800856&id=221553417934703Last week in Thompson Square a sandstone pillar was ripped out of the ground. Witnesses reported it was damaged as the excavator attempted knock it out of the ground, seemingly unaware of its size. It was loaded on to the back of a truck, and carted away.

Heritage Act reported the stone looked similar to a marker post that archaeologist Edward Higginbotham, in his Historical and Archaeological Investigation of Thompson Square in 1986, noted was “a rare survival”.

We are certainly angered by this, but we can’t say we are surprised. For a space so archaeologically rich, the recent testing revealed more about what they don’t know, than what they do.

So why should we care about what is essentially a block of sandstone? Because that sandstone block would have had a purpose in the square, and would have contributed to the functioning of the civic space. In turn, the square played a vital role in feeding and saving a starving nation. It is not just one stone post, or one drain, or one building that is significant. It is each of these puzzle pieces that when joined together, build the picture of an important place in the European history of our nation.

But now, the picture is a little more incomplete. The connection to our past is being dimished, our sense of place eroded away. Which is exactly what the NSW Government intended, because they don't care.
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What if This Stone is more significant than its treatment and what if theres more that the government knows nothing about, have even found more that seem like were Standing Stones but now afraid to bring it to the attention of the Town Planning to find out their original placement as they were moved to make a road, any help out there ? 
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Would like opinions on these Stones After realising they might have been Standing Stones at the bottom of a water body that resonated to me as a site used for migrational purposes as a place for mother's and children while the men hunted, i contacted an Aboriginal Reader and Healer who informed me, due to the 5 colour clays and trees used for shelter it was a Sacred Site Further attempts to get it known (local museum, Parks and Wildlife, council, land rights) have failed to give me the answers i need and research taught me a different history to the area that thrives on the convict heritage 😔

They would have been placed closer to the water, it appears to be a hunter image in the water which started my interest

And this happens when i photo my yard since i made my own Stone Circle almost 2 years ago 🤔

The stone in the article is not of convict origin.. You're at Windsor? Can we possibly bring an Elder to look at these please?

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2 weeks ago

Erik Bower

John Anthony West - author - free thinker - ancient history maverick and inspirational inquisitor has sadly passed.
One of the people who taught me that you do not have to accept the status quo in history or in fact any field when your intuition says no.
Think for yourself and search for yourself.
A big loss to this community.
Rest in peace.

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2 weeks ago

Mark Willmer

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English rock art?

2 weeks ago

Kosta Krow Srbinoff

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Couple if pix from Last Nites show in Geelong. Many thanks to all who supported and attended.

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Great night guys thanking you 😊

Sorry I missed it

3 weeks ago

Ildi Budai

Steven & Evan Strong at the Star Family Conference in Rye. They are currently speaking at the event, but if you would like to see them whilst in town, they will also have a workshop on Sunday. They brought with them over 100 of the sacred rocks, which will be discussed and displayed in the workshop. ... See MoreSee Less

Steven & Evan Strong at the Star Family Conference in Rye. They are currently speaking at the event, but if you would like to see them whilst in town, they will also have a workshop on Sunday. They brought with them over 100 of the sacred rocks, which will be discussed and displayed in the workshop.

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Awesome talk once again, well done guys.

3 weeks ago

Ildi Budai

Beautiful welcome to country by Lionel and excellent presentation by Steven & Evan at the Star Family Conference this weekend 😊 ... See MoreSee Less

Beautiful welcome to country by Lionel and excellent presentation by Steven & Evan at the Star Family Conference this weekend 😊

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Thank You Lionel, such a lovely person and humble too 🙂

2 weeks ago

Ildi Budai

Had a great workshop with Steven and Evan Strong at the Star Family Conference. It is always great to meet new people and share information and their experiences. ... See MoreSee Less

Had a great workshop with Steven and Evan Strong at the Star Family Conference. It is always great to meet new people and share information and their experiences.

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Another great day with Steven and Evan 🙂

3 weeks ago

Ildi Budai

If you are free this Sunday and in the Melbourne area, you can see and meet Steven & Evan Strong at the workshop they will be holding at the Star Family Conference in Rye. They have brought with them 100 sacred rocks for this workshop.

There is a few more spots available.

Tickets are $10 at the door for Forgotten Origin members and fans of Steven and Evan Strong's work.

The venue is the Rye Hotel, 2415 Point Nepean road, Rye.

The workshop runs from 2pm to 5pm, but please arrive by 1:30pm.

We hope to see you there! 🙂
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If I can get there. I will see what I can arrange.😊

omg would you believe, I will be in Melbourne that night?

Lucky you Petah... hope you are able to go <3

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This is our second go at this .........Our follow-up investigation all began somewhat innocently, the turtle scripted rock was resting on a wooden desk and nearby was a slightly worn crystal and chain we received as a gift from the Sydney Dowsing group after a presentation. It had sat there for some time unused, but never fully neglected. I had not actually used it on a rock as such, and thought why not? It couldn’t hurt and with no expectations or guidance, I picked up the crystal and chain then positioned it directly above the tessellated section of the rock. With no questions to pose or preparation to interfere, it was more a spontaneous idle gesture than seeking out a genuine avenue to investigate.

I had no inspiration or plan to guide, outside holding above then observing in silence. Within a few seconds the crystal began to circle, and it didn’t take long for that shape to widen and quicken. The speed in rotation was beyond anything I had seen and caught me totally unprepared. I had hoped for some sort of reaction, but nothing came close to these dimensions. Read the Whole Article Here:- http://forgottenorigin.com/with-one-eye-open-off-to-never-n…

This is our second go at this .........Our follow-...

Our follow-up investigation all began somewhat innocently, the turtle scripted rock was resting on a wooden desk and nearby was a slightly worn crystal and chain we received as a gift from the Sydney Dowsing group after a presentation. It had sat there for some time unused, but never fully neglected. I had not actually used it on a rock as such, and thought why not? It couldn’t hurt and with no expectations or guidance, I picked up the crystal and chain then positioned it directly above the tessellated section of the rock. With no questions to pose or preparation to interfere, it was more a spontaneous idle gesture than seeking out a genuine avenue to investigate.

I had no inspiration or plan to guide, outside holding above then observing in silence. Within a few seconds the crystal began to circle, and it didn’t take long for that shape to widen and quicken. The speed in rotation was beyond anything I had seen and caught me totally unprepared. I had hoped for some sort of reaction, but nothing came close to these dimensions. Read the Whole Article Here:- http://forgottenorigin.com/with-one-eye-open-off-to-never-never-land

Our follow-up investigation all began somewhat inn...

There are two sacred marked rocks, one which has been with us for years and the other is the last to join the ensemble, which sum up all of what makes these rocks so unique and pivotal, and equally, they bring focus upon many reasons why those who control and pass official judgements are obliged to look the other way.

Each of these two rocks is unique, there is nothing in the collection that is a close match, undeniably there are traces of some features present, but in general terms they are separate categories. 

Read More Here:- http://forgottenorigin.com/two-sides-of-the-same-story-the-crocodile-marked-rock

There are two sacred marked rocks, one which has b...

For some time we have been presenting genetic and archaeological evidence which contradicts fundamental assumptions that underpin the foundations of the Out-of-Africa theory and accompanying interpretations of human origin and evolution. What never ceases to amaze is that despite the sheer quantity and undeniably quality of the opposing science being published, the great majority of academics and appointed spokespeople refuse to listen or reconsider. Read More At:- http://forgottenorigin.com/the-final-three-nails-in-the-out-of-africa-coffin

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Within this ever-expanding collection of marked and magic rocks there are six rocks which now, and forever more, stand apart from the rest of the ensemble....... Read More At:- http://forgottenorigin.com/six-rocks-apart-yet-two-sides-of-the-same-story

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An idea I had for the purpose of Ros 1.

Fading out and showing the main lines in red you are looking due East at the latitude of Bambara / Kariong, NSW on the morning of the Summer solstice holding the rock up against the horizon. 

Each frame represents the morning sun rise a month later for 6 months before the 47 degree difference of the opposites is complete and reverses back over the next 6 months to complete the yearly cycle.
(It shows 11 frames actually stopping one month short in May)

Notice how the movement is shorter nearer the solstices.

It is based on the modern year of 12 months and not the 13 month lunar cycle - but it is pretty striking nonetheless. 

What do you think?

If this is a thing it may well fit also looking west for sunset when the sun would travel down past the horizon more along the downward angled lines but those angles are not quite as accurate as the horizon rising / setting intersections.

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I couldn't post this short video in the comments section of Steve and Ev's latest article. So here it is, should give you all more of an idea of this 2nd site of Trina's :)

http://wakeup-world.com/2014/04/13/the-ancient-stone-arrangements-from-around-the-next-bend/

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