A shocking surprise to wake up to! On Sunday morning 17th Feb at approx 3:30. Gladstone Police was called to a disturbance. On their way to the ” DISTURBANCE”, they noticed 4 Indigenous people having a private conversation in their driveway. The officers pulled over to ask what was goingContinue Reading

Another Australia day is over 2019. Also the “right to deny” aspects of Australian history is forgotten for yet another year, decade, century. Some Indigenous people also celebrated the Australia Day weekend. Included were Jacinta Price and others who regularly stand up and question other Indigenous people for not doingContinue Reading

STOP! Will you take a few moments of your time to learn and honor a valuable piece of Australian history? Entrepreneurship and technology that fell out of historical accounts in the 20th century, untaught and forgotten? Did you know Aboriginal and European people built the economy of Victoria together? Did you knowContinue Reading

The creation of the Boomerang is no mystery. Continuous significant evidence has placed the Boomerang in the hands of aboriginal people for over 30,000 years. Partial evidence does not over weigh the continuous knowledge of Aerodynamics and attributes to create this ancient tool and weapon as seen “demonstrated” by aboriginalContinue Reading

The Burrup Peninsula rock library in Western Australia holds the oldest known carved image of a human face. “Murujuga is a stride in the footsteps of human history” 45,000 years before a Sumerian text, Egyptian Hieroglyph or Tablets were carved. 38,000 years before any carvings found at Gobekli Tepe. LargestContinue Reading

Much older than Stonehenge, and even Gobekli Tepe, the ‘Nawarla Gabarnmung’ Stone monument in Arnhem land Australia is 50,000 years old. Older than Stonehenge Older than The Pyramids of Egypt. Older than the recent find of Gobekli Tepe (9000 BC) No evidence yet found of stone work like this elsewhereContinue Reading

This special place tucked away in Arnhem Land has been recording history non-stop for the last 18,000 years. Known as Djulirri by the Manganowal people, and located in the Wellington ranges of the Northern Territory, Australia, this library of rock art holds 18,000 years of recorded history. It is “theContinue Reading