Steven and Evan Strong

Steven and Evan Strong

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Steven and Evan Strong are trying to share our understanding of Ancient Australia as having a rich past that started long ago. Australia has been visited in the past by the Ancient Egyptians, Phoenicians, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, etc., along with the distinct possibility of an even more ancient Extra-terrestrial presence.  We are trying to change the worldview of Australia (Ab)Original people and culture and their effect upon human development and civilisation under continual consultation with Original Elders throughout Australia we present this information under the banner of Wirritjin (Ramindjeri term meaning: Black-fella White-fella Dreaming).

Steven and Evan have co-written a series of books; "Constructing a New World Map", "Mary Magdalene's Dreaming", and "Forgotten Origin" for the University Press of America.   Both “Shunned” published by Possible Press, and the eBook “Ancient Aliens in Australia: Forgotten Origins of Humanity” co-written with Daniella Cardenas & Bruce Fenton, will be released soon.

Steven Strong is a secondary school teacher with a background in Archaeology and Education. He has spent many years learning and living with the tribes within Bundjalung Confederation of Northern N.S.W. and Gumilaroi people of Northern New South Wales.

Evan Strong has a background in Sociology and Psychology. He has spent many years learning and living with the living with the tribes within Bundjalung Confederation of Northern N.S.W. and Gumilaroi people of Northern New South Wales.

Website: Forgotten Origin - Steven and Evan Strong's new theory of human civilisation

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i have found evidence of viking runes near pottsville. i have photos and am planning a coastal trip in NOV for better photos and video.

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