Category Archives: Aboriginal mythology

Part 1: The people of Eden, Chapter 7: Aboriginal gods

Part 1: The people of Eden, Chapter 7: Aboriginal gods Published July 17, 2009 Uluru, sacred Aboriginal place Aboriginal mythology With the knowledge we have gained throughout this research, we understand better the myths and legends, and we have also … Continue reading

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Part 1: The people of Eden, Chapter 6: Aboriginal Arts and Music

Part 1: The people of Eden, Chapter 6: Aboriginal Arts and Music Published July 17, 2009 It is the sacred art of the Aborigines enabling them to assert their existence in our world is saying civilized … The Sacred Art … Continue reading

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Part 1: The people of Eden, Chapter 5: Aboriginal Legend

Part 1: The people of Eden, Chapter 5: Aboriginal Legend Published July 17, 2009 Aboriginal Aboriginal legends Some of the many Aboriginal legends They differ by ethnic group and as they were transmitted orally, much is missing and unfortunately amputated … Continue reading

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Part 1: The people of Eden, Chapter 4: The Aborigines

Part 1: The people of Eden, Chapter 4: The Aborigines Published July 17, 2009 Boomerangs, hunting tools and war for the Aborigines … Empires Edenic As we saw in Chapter Asians, there is in space, the empire of the sky … Continue reading

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