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The Cave of the Golden Boomerang

Is this the Sistine Chapel of Pre-historic art?

Of all the constructions, engravings, paintings and Original sites we have seen, none were more remote or difficult to reach, or ever return to, than the Cave of the Golden Boomerang. Neither Evan or...
Collapsed Ancient Tunner - Klaus

Ancient Rock Walls and Formations in Australia: Klaus Dona’s Tunnel and … - Part 2

At a location not that far away, but seldom, if ever, walked near or seen, there is what we feel is an extremely unusual tunnel and wall that really does push the boundaries. Despite our many...
Shaft Photo Australia

Ancient Rock Walls and Formations in Australia may have dramatic implications - Part 1

Throughout our many expeditions wandering through the bush, time after time we kept running into rock formations and walls that, if consulting accredited texts and curriculum on Original history and...
Aboriginal Rock Art of the Wandjinas – Extraterrestrial

The Mysterious Aboriginal Rock Art of the Wandjinas

One of the most intriguing and perplexing legends of the Australian Aboriginal people is that of the Wandjinas, the supreme spirit beings and creators of the land and people. The land of the Wandjina...
Kaimanawa wall - New Zealand

Kaimanawa wall - New Zealand

Near Lake Taupo in New Zealand is an enigmatic wall called the Kaimanawa wall . It faces north and consists of smooth, megalithic stone blocks with symmetrical corners. The blocks form perfectly...
Kalkajaka: Australia's Black Mountain

Kalkajaka: Australia's Black Mountain

Black Mountain, known to the Aboriginals as Kalkajaka meaning ‘the place of the spear’, is located in Queensland, Australia. The mountain consists of large piles of black granite rocks and huge...
Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Uluru (Ayers Rock)

In the Northern Territory of Australia lies the single largest monolith rock in the world: Ayers Rock, or Uluru . At a staggering height of 346 meters and running about 2 miles in length and width,...

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