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Gympie Pyrimid

The Gympie Pyrimid is a pyrminid locted in Gympie, Australia. There have been many objects found there that do not fit in with the theory that it was built in the 19th-20th century. Some out of place objects that have been found in the area are statues of Hindi gods and gold. I think it could have been a place were the native Australians may have worhsiped.

I've never heard of this, so

I've never heard of this, so I googled it. One thing I read was that the site is privately owned and not open to the public, but they are working to excavate and research the structure.

love, light and blessings

AB

Home made pyramid

The gympie pyramid looks to be a recent attempt  at a pyramid by a local. The different style of artifacts from different beliefs or culture seems to be put there from what someone has collected. Good try though, as for gold gympie was a mining town from a long time ago so gold being there is no big deal. As for the natives they would be the aboriginals they have inhabited australia for 40000 to 45000 years and even suggested as far back as 80000 and thier beliefs are fixed in what they call dream time.check out thier cave paintings some even look to depict ancient aliens or some type of beings .  Interesting.

Gympie pyramid

Haha haha

So a tribal nomadic hunter gatherer people who never built anything more substantial than a stone eel trap or bark hut, suddenly mobilized and orchestrated the coordinated labour force required to build on a monumental scale.  Then having finished melted back into the bush and resumed their ancient wandering ??

  Like all paelithic people the "religion" of indigenous Australia was a blend of ancestor worship and animism a form of spirituality that does not require large scale monuments.

   This is just another fraudulent attempt to bring doubt on the accounts of early European explorers and give undeserved creedance to the fake claims of indigenous "civilization".

 

WarwickLewis

Indigenous agriculture

There is an appalling fraud being committed against the Australian people. One that has been aided and abbeted by one of our leading academic institutions.

 The book Dark Emu authored by Bruce Pascoe and followed up by several lectures is a complete fairytale. Somehow blinded by their extremist left wing bias this obvious fallacy has been allowed to claim an undeserved position as an academically accepted work.

It does not stand up to even the slightest of scrutiny is in complete contradiction of the archeological findings, the historic eyewitness accounts or the obvious present day realities of indigenous lifestyles.

Yet still has been lauded and promoted and is even being taught (indoctrinated) to the impressionable young minds of Australian school children.

All who believe that history deserves to be treated as an academic science, rather than a tool of political bias, should make it clear that this kind of fraudulent misinformation is unacceptable from a respected institution especially one that is funded by the public purse.

WarwickLewis