The reality of Dreamtime

The reality of  who, as human beings, who we actually are and our real origins, has been one of the central themes in my attempt at doing the  jigsaw of our reality. As often happens, a random TV programme came to my attention. It concerned the origins of Aboriginal Australians. This added another piece to the puzzle.

I knew vaguely that their was some puzzlement on how they arrived in Australia, given that mankind was said to have evolved in Africa. There was fudging about lower sea levels but no proper explanation. I also remembered that the suspicion was that actually their culture was much older than ours.( Turns out to be  60,000 thousand years at least by their reckoning)

The problem is, of course, with no tradition of written language, it all becomes tricky. History, apart from a few rock paintings, their books, is passed down orally in the form of stories and song and dance. There is a general suspicion in our culture about believing such un verifiable sources, not to mention a presumption ( undeserved) of the primitive nature of it and them.

The traditional Dreamtime legend  states that the rainbow serpent held all of creation in its belly, including the first man.

Also, Aboriginal legend holds that  all Australian life was seeded by sky Gods in the remote past. Was the rainbow serpent a space ship?

When asked where they come from they will point up to the sky, they come from beyond the milky way. There is an ancient knowledge of the stars and their positions. Also, the cave paintings, as per the above illustration, show beings in helmets looking suspiciously like the famous, or infamous, grey aliens. Australia is also a known UFO hotspot today.  Many believe that the interaction still goes on.

Aspects of reality

The original inhabitant of Australia may have been seeded by aliens over 60,000 years ago.

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