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something not many people know about......an intriguing article, plus this:

excerpt from https://wakeup-world.com/2013/09/16/australias-stonehenge/

What only unsettles the academic climate further is the content of the narrative contained within this stone arrangement called “The Mystery of Life.” The opening placement of stones on the southern edge, which looks very much like a medicine wheel, was interpreted by Slater to read as “guided by truth, man came to Earth through darkness from light of life that shines far off.” This extra-terrestrial theme of somebody or being coming to this planet from “far off” is repeated throughout these constructions, extolling that the “truth was brought out on wings to Earth” and “the Divine Light from afar to the Earth brings the soul to man.”

It is a site without parallel on the east coast of Australia at so many levels. The means of construction, significance, content, sacredness and real possibility that this arrangement chronicles the first time modern humans devised a formal means of expressing words and thoughts, are but some of issues that need to be investigated.

In what only adds to the intrigue, Slater is not only adamant that the ancient Egyptians were not only present (and most probably assisting in the transport of sandstone and fill) but they came in homage and reverence. He asserted that “there is no mistaking the fact that the Aborigines… gave not only to the Egyptians their knowledge and their foundation of hieroglyphics and their philosophy, but formulated the basis of all knowledge in the beginning, now and to come.”

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Thanks Addy I hadn't seen this before. There are many links regarding Egyptian hieroglyph carvings on the East coast of Oz. Many debunk them.

This is what Wayne Herschel's take is on the topic:
http://thehiddenrecords.com/Australia-gosford-kariong-egyptian-glyp...

whoooooooa...this is awesome ! I especially like this part:

Some recent research by two Egyptian scholars in 2013 occurred to see for themselves if the Gosford Glyphs are for real. Mohamed Ibrahim and Yousef Awyan spent almost a year going through literally every symbol on the rocks and their conclusions were this is no hoax. In fact they noticed it was pieced together by two scribes with two styles as well.

But the breaking finding was the part where they recognise a terrible storm occurred during the arrival of the Egyptian occupants of a ship when the unthinkable happened.

In the image below they find the line of the accident just after the line explaining the terrible storm. It speaks of the ship flipping over and ... "falling".

so many unrelated ancient cultures ( they even cited the intriguing Dogon in this article...a people that is currently still "primitive' but with vast celestial knowledge that is inexplicable to modern "academics".)

love love love this.....how can anyone possibly NOT believe there are much more  advanced civilizations that have and are still, visiting Earth ?

love you !!!!!!!  addy

Katrin Chrysaphis said:

Thanks Addy I hadn't seen this before. There are many links regarding Egyptian hieroglyph carvings on the East coast of Oz. Many debunk them.

This is what Wayne Herschel's take is on the topic:
http://thehiddenrecords.com/Australia-gosford-kariong-egyptian-glyp...

Fascinating! I've heard that traces of tobacco and cocoa were found in ancient Egyptian mummies, and that there are tales of Egyptian artifacts hidden in caves in the Grand Canyon....so it could be that they came to North America, too. (This would be pre-5,000 B.C.)

Edgar Cayce said that many who influenced the Egyptian culture came from lost Atlantis. And then there are tales of the Anunnaki in Africa....

In the book Inanna Hyperluminal (by V.S. Ferguson), Inanna tells how Enki and Ninursag stayed on the Earth and nurtured groups of humans under the Earth, and then when "the coast was clear," set these groups to emerge at different places on the Planet. The groups of humans would naturally create their own indigenous cultures, inter-acting with their unique environments. And each would develop their own wisdom, skills, and language. (If this truly happened, I'm sure they taught Enki and Nin a thing or two!)

For me, there is no such thing as a "primitive" culture. Many indigenous people have knowledge and wisdom way beyond what we can understand. Maybe that makes US primitive! Ha!

exactly ! who is to determine what "primitive " means....it cannot be defined solely via tech ability imho....
i would like to revisit the "primitive"....maybe it's what we do when we meditate/trance and do cross over into the otherworlds....
much love, addy

Reply by Turquoise Water 15 hours ago

Fascinating! I've heard that traces of tobacco and cocoa were found in ancient Egyptian mummies, and that there are tales of Egyptian artifacts hidden in caves in the Grand Canyon....so it could be that they came to North America, too. (This would be pre-5,000 B.C.)

I like to go to the ROOTS of words:

PRIMITIVE:

primitive (adj.) Look up primitive at Dictionary.com
late 14c., "of an original cause; of a thing from which something is derived; not secondary" (a sense now associated with primary), from Old French primitif "very first, original" (14c.) and directly from Latin primitivus "first or earliest of its kind," from primitus "at first," from primus "first" (see prime (adj.)).

Meaning "of or belonging to the first age" is from early 15c. Meaning "having the style of an early or ancient time" is from 1680s. In Christian sense of "adhering to the qualities of the early Church" it is recorded from 1680s. Of untrained artists from 1942. Related: Primitively.
primitive (n.) Look up primitive at Dictionary.com
c. 1400, "original ancestor," from Latin primitivus (see primitive (adj.)). Meaning "aboriginal person in a land visited by Europeans" is from 1779, hence the sense "uncivilized person."
http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=primitive


I like the "PRIME" root! Also, "ORIGINAL."

Thanks TW - I like to go to the root of the word too. We especially have Darwinism and Colonialism to blame for the word 'primitive' to be taken as secondary or inferior, which of course is nonsense. I saw a doco recently with pictures of chained indigenous Australians who were considered by the (then - 1900s) Colonials as having no soul - unbelievable!!!
Love to you both


lol...i also love to go to the root....so much gets warped through common usage.....you're both right, it was barbaric of some people to look down on other people, and it's still that way today ! The 'primitive" people were often the most honest, and spiritual....our own personal roots are waiting for us to explore by looking inward....too often the forgotten place..

thank you TW and Katrin.......i love you !!!!!

xoxoxo addy
Katrin Chrysaphis said:

Thanks TW - I like to go to the root of the word too. We especially have Darwinism and Colonialism to blame for the word 'primitive' to be taken as secondary or inferior, which of course is nonsense. I saw a doco recently with pictures of chained indigenous Australians who were considered by the (then - 1900s) Colonials as having no soul - unbelievable!!!
Love to you both

WOOOOOW What a wonderful find Addy!!
For some obscure reason though I could not get the full page on your link. I had to Google "wakeup-world" direct to get a moveable link !!
OF COURSE it's for real, what are people so afraid of???
The lichen on the stones alone proves this is authentic..... How jolly exciting eh??
Now, if all those scholars are correct in their translations, this "find" adds up many dots we have been waiting for...
Katrin... well done indeed for finding your "hiddenrecords" link. I am off now to read it again, its such good information.

Much, much love
Silent...

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