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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2 days ago

Ildi Budai

Steven and Evan Strong
Event Cancelled due to Derision and Division

A meeting was held with Elders and concerned residents who were invited to discuss the ways the Standing Stones Complex could be protected, rebuilt and resurrected to its former glory. Claimed by the resident expert of the time to be the oldest temple in the world recording the First Language ever spoken, there is depth of wisdom and spiritual insight attached to this Complex that is without equal. Twenty six people of Original and non-Original descent came to a consensus with a plan of action. ... the next step was to call a public meeting at the closest town to the actual complex, which was done and booked in at Mullumbimby Civic Hall for December 12.

Unfortunately due to a chain of events with one unexpected twist, we are forced to cancel a community event that had so much potential to both heal and prepare.

Read More Here: forgottenorigin.com/event-cancelled-due-to-derision-and-division
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hmmmm....

Maybe , they don't really know WHO they are. ? You have been advised though prior to this!

5 days ago

Ildi Budai

Hi Everyone - EVENT CANCELLED ~ Message from Steven Strong -

Unfortunately we have to call off the meeting on this Tuesday December 12th at the Mullum Civic Hall.

There were many Original people booked in to speak on the night who are adamant that knowledge of these mounds and the ten acre complex needs to be shared, and that the main mound and the associated Standing Stones should be put back together.

Unfortunately the Lands Council and some other people do not want any change to the secrecy and neglect the mound experiences and have no plans to rebuild it or hold ceremony.
This group put out a media release that included unfounded accusations and statements by Byron Shire councillors demanding we cancel the gathering. At very least this would put a dark cloud over the night and create an atmosphere that is not appropriate for discussing such important subjects
(and presenting other important news).

We feel this complex has a huge role to play in future events if used with respect. That was our collective goal, but it is not shared by the group now supported by the Byron Council
who feel that secrecy and leaving things damaged is the best path.

We do apologise for cancelling at this late date, but the climate is now too heated and hostile to proceed with the gathering, and it seems likely that all knowledge of the complex will fade away.

Cheers - Steve Strong
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Hi Everyone - EVENT CANCELLED ~ Message from Steven Strong -

Unfortunately we have to call off the meeting on this Tuesday December 12th at the Mullum Civic Hall.

There were many Original people booked in to speak on the night who are adamant that knowledge of these mounds and the ten acre complex needs to be shared, and that the main mound and the associated Standing Stones should be put back together. 

Unfortunately the Lands Council and some other people do not want any change to the secrecy and neglect the mound experiences and have no plans to rebuild it or hold ceremony. 
This group put out a media release that included unfounded accusations and statements by Byron Shire councillors demanding we cancel the gathering. At very least this would put a dark cloud over the night and create an atmosphere that is not appropriate for discussing such important subjects
(and presenting other important news).

We feel this complex has a huge role to play in future events if used with respect. That was our collective goal, but it is not shared by the group now supported by the Byron Council 
who feel that secrecy and leaving things damaged is the best path. 

We do apologise for cancelling at this late date, but the climate is now too heated and hostile to proceed with the gathering, and it seems likely that all knowledge of the complex will fade away. 

Cheers - Steve Strong

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Wow that’s so sad

Tell me about it... Breaks my heart...

It seems that everything historical or of ancient nature in Australia, gets deliberately hidden from the rest of the world. I do wonder if it is to protect Australia from the rest of the world, or if it is for some other reasons.

Omg that’s just ridiculous people make me sick especially gov owned people God help them if I come into money I will buy the land myself

You got it in one 👍

It's not over yet - they underestimate the power of the change that's coming!

why was this cancelled

Too sad

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2 days ago

Giulia Bonfanti

Interesting new information.New evidence is forcing scientists to rewrite the history of human migration 'Out of Africa' and we may find our answer in Australasia…

“In just the last two years alone, the date of original colonisation of this vast southern continent has been pushed back to around 65,000 years ago.

The earliest bone ornament in the world, and the earliest ground-edge tool in the world were both found on this continent. It is becoming obvious that Australia was (and is) a land of highly adaptive and innovative people.

The speed at which new and astounding discoveries are being made in Australasia has effectively turned the focus of many human evolution researchers from the old bastions of Africa and Eurasia, much further east.” - Michelle Langley.

Further reading:

theconversation.com/worlds-scientists-turn-to-asia-and-australia-to-rewrite-human-history-88697

science.sciencemag.org/content/358/6368/eaai9067

sci-hub.la/http://science.sciencemag.org/content/358/6368/eaai9067

To read articles in scientific journals behind paywalls, use sci-hub.la and simply copy and paste article’s url into sci-hub. Note sci-hub’s domain address may change from time to time in which case go to its Wikipedia page to find its newest working domain name. Information should be freely available and accessible to all… Merry Christmas!
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Interesting new information.

1 week ago

Michael Langley

Very interesting article, very interesting considering the skulls.


Denisovan DNA finding could rewrite the story of Australia's discovery
Professor Richard Roberts from the University of Wollongong believes high traces of DNA from ancient hominids found in Aboriginal people suggest Denisovans were the first on the continent.
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Denisovan DNA finding could rewrite the story of Australia's discovery

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This would suggest that the ancestors of these people were quite far north 80k years ago!?!

Let also time reveal.....who knows where else Denisovan remains will be found.

Prof Roberts does not understand the situation, I tried to contact him but as with most academics they are scared to talk to me as they know my work threatens their public image as 'experts'. He probably got some of his ideas from my book, but hard to prove, he might have got this far on his own. The 'Denisovans' ancestral to modern Aboriginals lived in Southeast Asia and interbred with modern humans on Papua New Guinea 44,000 years ago. Prof Roberts seems to have not got all his facts together for this piece.

I have not found the original paper yet which claims that there must have been two populations of Denisovans, the Northern (Siberian) branch and the Southern Denisovans, which are so far known only by the small percentage left in modern humans in SE Asia (especially Papua New Guinea, Oceania). However, in that paper geneticists claim that the two Denisovan branches diverged 200,000 years ago. We also know that Denisovans diverged from Neanderthals over 500000 years ago. They had plenty of time to go everywhere then 🙂

I have not seen it, you might have some luck asking Prof Stringer for it as it was him that mentioned it, but I do not know where he got that info.

There was one paper in the group that mentioned the southern population but i do not recall anything about the depth of the divergence from Siberian populations.

Probably that paper here, have to find a copy: Reich D, et al. (2010) Genetic history of an archaic hominin group from Denisova Cave in Siberia. Nature 468(7327):1053–1060. Ah, thanks to researchgate: www.researchgate.net/publication/49703148_Genetic_history_of_an_archaic_hominin_group_from_Deniso...

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5 days ago

Donny Fermor

Has anybody herd of the Roswell rock have a look at the pattern on it ... See MoreSee Less

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Georgio from Ancient Aliens did a show on it.

4 days ago

Narada Vantari

If you forgive her the reference to tracing back the cave painting symbols (that she admits are found from Australia to Britain) to Africa... this is a very interesting report on the oldest geometric symbols found in caves throughout Europe going back to 40,000 BCWritten language, the hallmark of human civilization, didn't just suddenly appear one day. Thousands of years before the first fully developed writing system... ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

Same covering up of history in NZFor HD viewing, Renting or Downloading on Vimeo on Demand, please go to vimeo.com/ondemand/nzskeletonsredheads 'New Zealand - Skeletons In The Cupboa... ... See MoreSee Less

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Must watch docco...Episode 2 available and has old photos of Chattam Islanders....surprise surprise they are ( Ab ) Originals

5 days ago

Alex Rieger

www.youtube.com/watch?v=xibZy78c-DgSome Asian animals have crossed the permanent ocean barrier south of Indonesia to reach Australia. Millions of years ago some bird species, reptiles and rats... ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

Kylie O'Hanlon

This film is now available through Vimeo: vimeo.com/ondemand/underthecarpet Hidden under layers of volcanic ash, lava, sand and embargoes lie secrets... ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

Alan VanArsdale

Key to Chart (chart pending)
Alan D. VanArsdale December 8, 2017
May be copied all or in part with or without credit to author Map of Archaic Humans of the World Directly Ancestral to Living Humans of 100,000 Years Ago ________ Geographical genetic barrier -------- Genetic bottle neck
Peoples and Primary Ranges
1. Neandertals - Europe, North Asia, North Pacific Pack Ice and North America
2. Denisovans - Central Asia
Archaic humans here named for their closest fossil relatives
3. Cro Magnon - West Asia
4. Solutrean - North Africa, Asia Minor
Archaic humans here named for their closest living relatives
5. Negroids - Sub-Saharan Africa, South Pacific Pack Ice Connecting Africa and Sahul, Sahul, South Pacific Pack Ice Connecting Sahul and South America, South America, , NE Africa, Asia Minor 6. Pygmies - SE Asia, Sahul 7. Caucasions - Central East Asia
8. East Asians - SE Asia, Sahul 9. San - South Asia, Asia Minor
10. Hybrids (mixed of Asiatic European and African peoples) Asia Minor, NE Africa
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2 weeks ago

Leisha Gaye Norling

The text below was posted elsewhere on October 1 this year. I am posting it here as an observation of the land I live upon, the history of this land (recent) and the people whom I love.

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Mulganu ... this is a tree, infact, many trees are Mulganu. There was a time when these trees were abundant. This is an evergreen tree. It is not a eucalypt or an acacia. It is a tall tree, with spreading strong straight limbs. On the tips of these limbs, clusters bright green leaves, geometrically arranged in fours.

I do not know the whitefulla name for this tree ... only the blackfulla name. Mulganu.

When the squatters/settlers/invaders (what ever you want to call them) came to this part of this great land they intended to farm ... I wonder of they imagined green rolling farmlets like in the UK. But ... these people, mostly shunted off nobles that the English royals needed to get out of the way they came with an incredible (obscene by todays standards) sense of entitlement.

I can only imagine, that the first time these people arrived here it must have been after a big rain, and the vast expanses of land were green. Mostly it is dry here, harsh, stony, or sandy, or great dry mud plains. When it rains though, the roads close ... we become stranded.

Here we sit above a very large fresh water basin ... largest in the southern hemisphere I am told, so in the old days, to access water, they dug wells, and put windmills on them. In more recent times they put in bores with mills and most recently, solar powered pumps.

The water basin, in most areas here, the water level is about three metres down, through sand, dirt and rock. Interestingly it is evident, that the water was not always so far down, it varies a lot, 40km further south, the water is 30 metres down.

If you stand on a ridge and survey the land ... as far as the eye can see (we are on around 180,000 hectares) mostly all you can see is trees, and red dirt. Predominantly a wide variety of acacia. But interspersed amongst these, white trunked river gums ... there, right there, there has got to be water. An old water course, a spring ... water closer to the surface, there are signs.

Mulganu ... the tree. It appears that the average tree canopy around here is around three to four metres above the ground. It is mostly made up of a wide variety of acacia. Here and there stretching their limbs way up over the existing canopy are the Mulganu, Maybe 10 to 15 metres tall. I suspect there would have been taller specimens.

These trees, the Mulganu, they were used by the squatters, cut for fence posts, building beams and a range of other uses. I should clarify here, these were not cut by the squatters them selves, but by their enslaved native local workers, giants of men.

So many of these trees were cut down to establish huge webs of fences and lane ways and buildings .... so very many of them, that they removed the canopy of the forest the evergreen Mulganu, with its dense green foliage which would have sat around 15 metres above the ground would have softened the harsh climate .... it would have made for a cool green under story .... much more pleasant for human habitation. There is evidence here of human habitation that extends back many thousands of years earlier, well before any western habitation elsewhere.

Instead ... the squatters destroyed all that, the tree canopy, human society and so much more, in their misguided attempt to turn this great country into something more akin to their homelands.

Mulganu ... perhaps I shall provide a picture.
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The text below was posted elsewhere on October 1 this year.  I am posting it here as an observation of the land I live upon, the history of this land (recent) and the people whom I love.  

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Mulganu ... this is a tree, infact, many trees are Mulganu. There was a time when these trees were abundant. This is an evergreen tree. It is not a eucalypt or an acacia. It is a tall tree, with spreading strong straight limbs. On the tips of these limbs, clusters bright green leaves, geometrically arranged in fours.

I do not know the whitefulla name for this tree ... only the blackfulla name. Mulganu.

When the squatters/settlers/invaders (what ever you want to call them) came to this part of this great land they intended to farm ... I wonder of they imagined green rolling farmlets like in the UK. But ... these people, mostly shunted off nobles that the English royals needed to get out of the way they came with an incredible (obscene by todays standards) sense of entitlement. 

I can only imagine, that the first time these people arrived here it must have been after a big rain, and the vast expanses of land were green. Mostly it is dry here, harsh, stony, or sandy, or great dry mud plains. When it rains though, the roads close ... we become stranded.

Here we sit above a very large fresh water basin ... largest in the southern hemisphere I am told, so in the old days, to access water, they dug wells, and put windmills on them. In more recent times they put in bores with mills and most recently, solar powered pumps.

The water basin, in most areas here, the water level is about three metres down, through sand, dirt and rock.  Interestingly it is evident, that the water was not always so far down, it varies a lot, 40km further south, the water is 30 metres down.

If you stand on a ridge and survey the land ... as far as the eye can see (we are on around 180,000 hectares) mostly all you can see is trees, and red dirt. Predominantly a wide variety of acacia. But interspersed amongst these, white trunked river gums ... there, right there, there has got to be water. An old water course, a spring ... water closer to the surface, there are signs.

Mulganu ... the tree. It appears that the average tree canopy around here is around three to four metres above the ground. It is mostly made up of a wide variety of acacia. Here and there stretching their limbs way up over the existing canopy are the Mulganu, Maybe 10 to 15 metres tall. I suspect there would have been taller specimens.

These trees, the Mulganu, they were used by the squatters, cut for fence posts, building beams and a range of other uses. I should clarify here, these were not cut by the squatters them selves, but by their enslaved native local workers, giants of men.

So many of these trees were cut down to establish huge webs of fences and lane ways and buildings .... so very many of them, that they removed the canopy of the forest  the evergreen Mulganu, with its dense green foliage which would have sat around 15 metres above the ground would have softened the harsh climate .... it would have made for a cool green under story .... much more pleasant for human habitation. There is evidence here of human habitation that extends back many thousands of years earlier, well before any western habitation elsewhere.

Instead ... the squatters destroyed all that, the tree canopy, human society and so much more, in their misguided attempt to turn this great country into something more akin to their homelands.

Mulganu ... perhaps I shall provide a picture.

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Leisha, your story is sad. There are people who are willing to listen to the old ways of doing things. There are people who want to work together to bring back the balance and understanding. If we all do our bit wherever we are, to understand and respect the land and the knowledge, what a beautiful place this will be again 🌳

Giulia Bonfanti thre is room in this world for dreamers ... for if we aim toward our dreams, even if we don't quite get there,we'll certainly get somewhere along the way.

This makes me think of the lorax... I would love to see the Mulganu. 🌳

Yes that looks right ... was this toward then end of the day?

The ones at home are much greener.

Probably sunset or sunrise causing reddish light? Story is also similar to the movie Avatar? Where it's all about destroying the biggest tree. It happened also in a town called Tampico Illinois.

I have watched Avatar and drawn similarities to Australias recent history.

Hi all. I have added some pictures of these trees today. These are quite young by the greater scheme of things. There are older and much larger ones ... also, younger and much smaller regrowth. The older ones are a bit inaccessible, and its hot today.

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Thanks for the add... Interesting stuff here.

Thanks for the add

Thank you for accepting myself and my fellow members here 😊

Thank you 😊

merci / thank you

I'm learning a lot. thank you so much

Thankyou everyone for the big welcome. Here’s to the group growing and welcoming more who dare to ask the hard questions some won’t about Ancient history.

Thanks

Welcome to everyone

Thank you!

Thank you from America❣

Thanks for the add

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1 week ago

Kosta Krow Srbinoff

Australian folklore is rich with stories of bushmen, mysterious places, fearful creatures and castaways.

One true story—so extraordinary it was once thought to be merely a legend—was that of 14-year-old French cabin boy Narcisse Pelletier. Shipwrecked on the far-north Queensland coast and abandoned by his crewmates, Pelletier was exhausted, in pain, and in need of a virtual miracle to survive. Incredibly, he happened upon some local Indigenous people who saved him and adopted him into their clan.

For 17 years Pelletier lived a life rich in adventure with his ‘devoted’ adoptive father and society, fully embracing their culture and language. Taken back to European society in 1875 against his will, Pelletier reportedly never settled back in to life in France and always longed to return to the family he had left behind on the shores of Cape York.

Discover more remarkable stories like Pelletier’s in the #Library’s new book ‘Living with the Locals: Early Europeans’ Experiences of Indigenous Life’: bookshop.nla.gov.au/book/living-with-the-locals-early-eurpoeans-experience-of-indigenous-life.do

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Claudia Summers

The Lake of Scars
Update* We're thrilled to present our new teaser video for The Lake of Scars. We're really happy with how production is going and thank the Yung Balug clan and people of Boort for helping with this beautiful snippet. We have some time critical filming over December; we ask you to please help however you can via the Documentary Australia Foundation link here bit.ly/2jY6Vxs - it's tax-deductible! If you care about preserving this wonderful Australian heritage and beautiful place, help out; any donation big or small is appreciated! *Facebook video rules-related
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The Lake of Scars

3 weeks ago

Erik Bower

www.facebook.com/forgottenorigin/videos/1859126117448305/

Steven and Evan Strong
Before Their Beginning: New Unknown Hominids Found in Australia

Two years ago two extremely unusual skulls along with their complete skeletons were unearthed when leveling land on a farm. The exact location will remain a secret, all that needs to be known is that it is located in South East Australia in the wheat/sheep belt and was originally buried in dry sandy soil. There is no need to be an expert in archaeology or any science, both skulls looked so beyond the embrace of any ‘normal’ skull and once exposed the farmer did the right thing in reporting this to the relevant authorities.

Two government appointed ‘anthropologists’ came, excavated and literally threw them back into the ground without a skerrick of care or respect. Originally both bodies were seated upright, with two arms and knees pressed against their chests facing the east. What we witnessed was totally absent in care and respect with no intention shown to meticulously return as interred, which really is the very least that could be done. Sadly the collateral damage was huge with bones out of order, place and sequence. Knowing both skulls and their associated bones are without parallel, precedent or comparison, that may explain why the official anthropologists behaved so poorly on site and never got back to the farmer. Well nearly no-one made further contact, two representatives of a different government department did pop in for a quick visit soon after and threatened the farmer with talk of a hefty fine and rumours of time in jail if news of this discovery did spread.

Most would do as threatened and say no more, but not this farmer. He kept looking for the truth. And that desire for an answer finally led to our expedition onto his country plunging ‘heads deep’ into a past of which even I was unprepared. Read More Here:-http://forgottenorigin.com/before-their-beginning-new-unknown-hominids-found-in-australia
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Steven and Evan Strong

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Generations to come will be grateful for your determination to speak the truth. You both have earned a stellar reputation with your brilliant and insightful work so people trust you. In the coming centuries they will be reading, watching and researching everything you two are doing right now. Your discoveries have changed the way we understand ourselves and each other. Thank you for honoring and including the Original's teachings. They are the key that unlocks the wisdom of the ages.

Yes they will Julie Ryder, both men should be immortalized

Steven and Evan, your both doing incredible work !

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2 weeks ago

Ros Mulder

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I can't go Ros sorry

Sadly I'm stuck at work too. I really wanted to be there, but a Tuesday is not possible for me :'(

Trinity Matehaere Mckay show Kath.

I'm really trying to sort out going , I'm very keen did u want to car pool ? I could pick u up ..

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1 week ago

Nigel Goldthorpe

Thankyou for allowing me to join the group. Have begun the journey again to looking into our past. And understanding some of life’s mysteries. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Leisha Gaye Norling

A selection of interesing things from exploration of this country yesterday ... See MoreSee Less

A selection of interesing things from exploration of this country yesterday

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Very cool thank you again for sharing looks amazing

Well ... the rain came down... and down. The roads will close the water fall will flow, and the lake will fill. I what will be revealed now. 😀

2 weeks ago

Ildi Budai

You can tune into the interview here: Steven & Evan Strong:

Live now!

Watchers Talk
Before Their Beginnig: New Unknown Hominids Found In Australia
Donations welcome at paypal 👉[email protected]👈
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2 weeks ago

Watchers Omar

Watchers Talk
Before Their Beginnig: New Unknown Hominids Found In Australia
Donations welcome at paypal 👉[email protected]👈
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2 weeks ago

Ildi Budai

Steven and Evan will be interviewed by Watchers Talk today at 1pm. We will share the post-show link in case people are unable to watch live 😊 ... See MoreSee Less

It was four years ago now, through contact from the ageing and unwell landowner at the time, that Elders and tribal representitives - along with Steve and Evan Strong and others, gained access to a long hidden sacred site near Mullumbimby.
It became commonly known as the ‘Standing Stones site’.
It was called ‘the Standing Stones’ site because of the then President of the Australian Archaeological and Education Research Society, Frederic Slater’s description of the site as having many large stones in formation. So many stones in formation that he described it as being like “…a temple…”. There were many inscriptions, telling an ancient story on many of the smaller stones.
No large size stones and very few smaller stones were seen on site back in 2013, as they were reputed to have been moved off site and stored. They were then said to have been stolen.
The big news is that just recently, it is believed that the larger rocks from the site have been found.
The circumstantial evidence of such large stones being found not far from the site, and in a quarry with no other similar type of rock within miles, is enough to conclude that they are from the Men’s Initiation site. Related records from amateur Archaeologist Mr. Jack Fordham, the Principal of the Brunswick Heads Primary School in the 1940’s said the site was found to have had importance for all saltwater Originies from as far away as Cape York and around to Broome. It was “…Southern Lore…”, as stated by a wise Elder Mr. K of the Ramanjirri tribe from the mouth of the Murray in South Australia who knew a lot about the site before he stepped foot on it in 2013. Archaeologist Slater mapped out all the rocks on the sacred site in formation and topographically, just before the whole place was destroyed in 1940.
As a sign of solidarity with the Original custodians, a present day group of Original and Non-Original custodians are aiming at returning the Sacred Rocks to where they stood. With Slaters map, it is not impossible. It is already proven to witnesses that the energy of the site remains intact. It just needs most - if not all of the rocks to be returned. It would in the least, honour what Frederic Slater described as a site holding ‘the first language’.
Some stones have been broken already. Action is being taken to secure the stones from further being destroyed so they can be preserved for everybody’s Cultural Heritage.
It is proposed to stop any sale or moving of the stones until further studies are done to determine decidedly that the stones are in fact from the mound near Mullum. Keep alert for fund-raising ventures to raise funds for court cases and to allow further investigation into this exciting find. Rest assured that there is still a lot to be learned from this site.

On site - 2013
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hello to our members:- Melinda Kabat, Hayley Saunders, Debbie Davis, Linda Brooks, Kevin Gaia, Dianne Butler, Mark Bradbury, Rhianon Walsh, Anthony Gorsira, Matt Gallagher, Atalanta Lloyd-Haynes and Fiona Mannix. I used to send you all a nice intro personal message (but I've just come out of a facebook ban because of sending out these messages so I'll have do it this way from now on) cheers ... See MoreSee Less

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Hello Mr Strong 😊

Thank you and welcome back. Looking forward to your posts.

Hello and thanks

Hello, and thanks for adding me!

Welcome back to country..

Thank u 🙏🏾💜

Glad they let you back in... They banned me after one week of joining because I answered someones question too quick. Go figure? 😂

Blessings and Gratitude for the add🌟

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2 weeks ago

Trent Lynwood

Some of your work gets a mention Steve and Evan. Let’s hope the message is not lost from the mistakes of past Advanced Civilisations. We are definitely heading down the same path. Bruce donates a lot of his earnings to the Native Americans who are trying to return Americans to a natural respect for Mother Earth. Very difficult task for them and all the respect to them for doing this and to you Steve and Evan for your messages on our home soil.

www.brucelipton.com In this episode of Perception News, Dr. Bruce Lipton enlightens us on the latest discoveries concerning lost civilizations, and what thei...
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2 weeks ago

Alex Rieger

This ties in with an Egyptian/Persian visit and migrations, and also similar information manipulation / suppression as is going on in Australia.
(part 1 of a series)
60,000 skeletons ground up for fertilizer, giant skeletons removed from their resting places and destroyed, 2000 bound skeletons covered over by bulldozers a...
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A really great doco!

The yt video by Plumtree is better. It shows the Aboriginal people of New Zealand

Ditto , Great Doco !

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4 weeks ago

Cecelia Hall

via Yousef Awyan, ?kangaroo, somewhere in ancient Egypt, possibly valley of the Kings, Dendera ... See MoreSee Less

via Yousef Awyan, ?kangaroo, somewhere in ancient Egypt, possibly valley of the Kings, Dendera

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Yousef Awyan Can you supply a clearer photo please? Preferably a closeup and reveal location if possible.

Ildi Budai I deleted your post sorry as cee has already posted it

I forgive you 😂😂😂😂😂

Must of been after the kangaroos left Nohas Ark.

Posting this here playing devils advocate - To illustrate a possibility - from Gardiners sign list - character 9 - Section I - Amphibious Animals, Reptiles etc Image is flipped (was playing with colour filters to see if any photoshop but couldn't see anything obvious or any cloning)

I dont have an issue with Egyptian visitation to Australia - just want the best evidence possible.

If it is in a tomb, it is unlikely to be two glyphs over the top of each other. In temples that is common, but not in tombs.

Hey

Looks a bit like Rongorongo text, and yes a kangaroo:

Kangaroos used to be 8 to 9 foot tall in Australia .

Gosford connection!

Not many people investigate the Australian Original peoples mummification discoveries either ... quite a few were discovered and photographed ...

Australia

Gosford Australia

A lot of lost Ancient knowledge in Australian outback

Weres Steve or Evan on this.?

Busy - ev will look soon

from a Portuguese map

Wow that’s awsome guys

Teejay Casado Crawford

Cool...

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2 weeks ago

Leisha Gaye Norling

Over the weekend I was given the privilege to be taken by my husband to an ancient dry lake bed. This lake bed is on our station, this station is situated on the country held by his ancestors since time immemorial.

On the lakebed ... many tools, rock designs, fossils. A lot of evidence of occupation for millenia. One of the fossils, bone imbedded in stone ... i could see tiny round shiny white gems ... teeth.
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The fossil you describe here are surely way older than the human presence in that region, but I can imagine that ancient people have been curious about such a site. There are many cases known where ancient humans already have collected fossils. I don't know if it was so in Australia as well, but I would not be surprised if it was 🙂

Yes, I suspect very old ... the teeth were nothing like anything I would recognise ... just like tiny round pearls ... still in place inthe shiny white fossilised bone. There was another fossil, also bone, but also fossilised skin adhered to it ... I had never seen anything like it before. Around our station there are a large number of very odd rocks, all similar in shape, although varyin in size. Sort of conical, although indented on four sides. I am beginning to suspect these might have been teeth. They have taken on a weathered patina ... the brown/red ofthe land. Initially I thought they could have been made clay bricks of some sort, but in the last few days my feelings about these rocks have changed ... they vary in size from around 8 inches in length, to over 15 inches. Thething that made me change my view of them, is that I came across on which has two pointy parts, much like the root of a tooth. Obviously ... dinosour, if teeth ... perhaps mega fauna of some kind. I am sitting on an archaeologist dream play ground.

Have u informed your local indigenous council.

They know. The whole station is a registered site.

Deadly....

Are you able to share any pictures Leisha - you can PM them to any admin if you prefer or think there is sensitive material

I'll see ... i wont go to the lakebed again unless my partner takes me ... and he doesn't like photos being shared ... but I can of the strange rocks ... they are all over the place.

Conical shaped rocks may very well be Cyclons - might not be advisable to share publicly - please get in contact with myself and Evan William Strong

Hmm .. ok.

Cyclon?

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3 weeks ago

Alan VanArsdale

Very distinct genetic and fossil lineages leading up to modern humans did not develop side to side with no genetic barriers, or they would have merged rather than remaining distinct so long. This indicates, as supported now by genetics and all along by the fossil record, five main groups leading up to modern humans. Sahul, the Americas, sub Saharan Africa, non neandertal / denisovan Europeans / Asiatics (this was an environmental barrier with the cold adapted North Men much gene flow both ways all along) and the neandertal / denisovan clade. "Southern Denisovans" most likely being Mountain folk who moved South and East in cold periods. All of these groups were constantly mixing, with the geographic barriers great enough to maintain their high level of morphological and genetic distinction each from the other. Where these geographic regions meet, you get a lot of hybrids, just as is supported by the fossil and genetic records. No reason to get fancy or make all sorts of invocations such as major as yet undiscovered genetic / fossil groups.

The "San" are just as indicated by the fossil record and their genomes. Hybrid peoples which were ranging from SE Asia into Southern Europe into North Africa, who became isolated in sub Saharan Africa around 3000 years ago. Pygmies ranged from the Americas to Sahul to Malayasia to England to Africa, and are today still found in all of these places, and have been in these places so long genetic studies are still too crude to determine their geographic origins. They have maintained their morphology by being partly genetically isolated from peoples around them by living in dense jungles / vegetation. Black Africans, are Africans but were having high rates of gene flow with ancient Europeans until about 1840 AD and very high rates of gene flow with Arabs from 1100 AD to 1600 AD. Arguably some ancient Europeans in the South were also Black Africans at some times, more than 12,000 years ago especially.

Amerindians (unless there are older entirely unknown peoples), coming from Australia via the ice sheets connecting Australia with South America which had rich marine resources easily exploited by the most technologically advanced peoples of their day, from 28,000 to 100,000 years ago. Then from 40,000 to 5,000 years ago there was considerable genetic exchange BOTH WAYS between the East Asian Coast NE Asia and North America. With the Tuvan coming from North America joining the Turkic peoples 1200 to 500 years ago (this should be obvious). And some exchange with ancient Europeans around 20,000 years ago until with the Irish up until around 1500 AD (and a LOT since then as well). Whole genome studies will catch up with this fact in the next few years, this is WELL supported by other physical evidence.

Outside of Europe ancient hominin DNA is rare, and there are no known examples of fossil archaic human DNA outside of Asia and Europe (which has led to MUCH silliness). What we do have from Asia, shows three very distinct groups back at least 60,000 years ago. Such distinction does not develop in modern or near modern archaic humans living side by side. And another fourth group present as well, the neandertal / denisovan clade, these are the original Europeans and North / Central Asians. These four groups developed from geographic isolation except the North people were isolated environmentally as they exhibited extreme cold adaptations which did not favor such morphology in warmer areas.

Invoking unknown genetic and fossil groups aside, just look at the genetic and fossil record, and maps and paleoenvironments, and the answer is simple enough as to the geographic origins of the four major Asiatic genetic clades leading up to modern humans. One group came from Sahul, via the Americas and directly from Sahul into Asia. The other group came from sub Saharan Africa. With time ancient Amerindians in Asia will become a fourth modern genetic group distinct from ancient people of Sahul in Asia (as is the case now just it had not been written out, it is just in the data for now). The third modern genetic clade group was in Asia and Europe all along! Often theology can become much more complex than good science, and require much more complex invocations than reality. We actually have enough at this point from genetics and the fossil record to figure this much out, though it happens to be contrary to prevailing hypothetical constructs.
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forgottenorigin.com/before-their-beginning-new-unknown-hominids-found-in-australia New discovery .Steven and Evan's facebook page was shut down after this article was posted

Wtf .. their page shut down .. bad! What are they (whom ever they may be) trying to hide.

There are different groups inside and outside of Australia that might want to suppress such information. For example, people getting tax funds who are incompetent, might want to conceal their incompetence. This is common in California in the salvage paleontology industry for example. Originals who do not like to in any way be classified as archaic might not like such things. American based Afrocentrists also might not like it, they may actually have a couple of supporters in Australia, none in Africa that I am aware of yet (some pretending to be in Africa). This is a US prison culture which essentially copied the doctrine of their white supremacist allies in our prison system, just substituting Africa for Europe and black for white, with a few minor changes of their own and borrowed from their interpretations of science. Or it could be a "false flag attack" possibly even to draw attention to the report to make it seem more important than it in fact may be. Not as in the authors, but for example could be by someone in support of them. Not easy to suppress information on the net, though internal within one nation communication is in many instances effectively suppressed, or from one rival nation to another rival nation (sometimes we help people around such blocks). China, North Korea, former Soviet states, Turkey, Greece are some of the offending nations in this respect. I have not heard of such activities yet by anyone in the Australian government. In the US we have our own problems, but mostly of a different nature, such as blocks on search engines such as google. For example, from here, I can not find that bin Laden and Ronald Reagan were once closely associated, though in Pakistan this is very easy to establish (including posters of them arm in arm on many walls to this day). Nor can I establish the US and China (PRC) were allies in the invasion and now occupation of Afghanistan, yet I know this for a fact as do many, and was there when it took place and spending time with Afghan combatants on the US / China side. My computer skills are lacking in some ways, but not in the use of search engines...

Wow! I had not even considered how the huge waves this might create would piss people off. For me ... it has been amazing, evidence of the truths I have always known and validation of the stories the old people tell.

The white man comes with his guns, steals what he wants if he can, and destroys as much ancient knowledge as he can. Then he tells the original people they know nothing, and does not listen when he is wrong and they are right. There is truth in all beliefs, and error in all beliefs. Faith does not depend upon truth, it is faith, same with the white man's faith, which is much more without truth than anyone else's faith. The white man comes in every color of skin known. And not all whites are the modern white man, coming from the era of Constantine the Great. I am white, and my arms hands neck and parts of my face are red. If a person is alone in remote places, and their confusion is great, then they will die with the passing of many moons. It is not in human nature to be alone, but when we are alone, then we begin to know ancient truths and feel the spirits of our ancestors in our hearts.

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3 weeks ago

Jack Mac Nab

This Armenian Stone Cirlce reminds me of the Stone Circle discovered in Australia during the early years of the 20th Centruy. I believe possibly in the 1930's. That Australian stone circle was also destroyed not to long afterewards. shttps://youtu.be/C7tpCjd3KcUBy request. Carahunge. A great look and my thoughts on one of the oldest and most beautiful ancient sites in the world. And a little Graham Hancock. Carahung... ... See MoreSee Less

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