Could Mysterious Engravings of Ancient Egyptians in Autrialia Rewrite our History? – Waking Times

Steve Strong, New Dawn
Waking Times

Until receiving a phone call from Nina Angelo (OAM), I knew nothing of neither the struggles involved in protecting the land around Kariong (near Gosford) nor that part of this land was now on the market. When on-site I had seen a lot of tagged trees, and a for sale sign somewhere along a main road, but being unfamiliar with the whole region, nothing registered.

The land for sale contains the Gosford Glyphs, located near Kariong, about 60 km north of Sydney. This site features little known carved ‘ancient Egyptian’ hieroglyphs that were brought to light by various researchers in past decades.

We are convinced that close to this site, and never before seen by non-Aboriginals until discovered very recently, is a rock platform covered with a set of sacred engravings of considerable significance. On this large platform we saw a fish, serpent, massive dolphin or whale, circles and a variety of shapes and symbols.

Without doubt, it is an impressive gallery of ancient Aboriginal rock art deserving of protection. There is one life-sized engraving of Durramullan (son of Creation Spirit Biamie) that is so unique, utterly unexpected, and obviously sacred, decisions had to be made as to how it can be publicly described.

There is nothing remotely like it anywhere in Australia. And that’s it. That is all we have agreed to reveal. The photographs taken late in the afternoon on this site, and in particular those of Durramullan, should never be reproduced or published through any form of the media but…

Owing to the real possibility this land, irrespective of the credentials for or against the Gosford Glyphs, could be sold then developed, a different approach is compulsory. It has been our agreed stance to categorise all the sites/relics we are sharing as being ‘found within 2 hours of Sydney’, but that generalised approach doesn’t apply in this location. Those engravings, and other related platforms (one is actually located within this block) are now directly under threat.

The distance between this unique site and that of the Gosford Glyphs is far too close for coincidence or comfort. As to determining the bona fides of this supposed Egyptian site, we have one advantage. According to Dr. Hans-Dieter von Senff, who has produced a draft paper on the site:

These Hieroglyphs are real and have existed for some 4,500 years in Australia. In order to prove that these Proto-Egyptian glyphs are not graffiti, as claimed by various “Experts” and “Egyptologists,” but are the written record left by pre-historic man, written in a coherent and understandable language that makes sense even 4,500 years later. This site is no hoax, but a genuine archaeological discovery; as is proven by the newly discovered second set of glyphs.

The critics who dispute the origin of these engravings numbering over 300 are not sensitive to the bigger picture, and if proven to be engraved by Egyptians, these glyphs form a pivotal and historic epitaph to an Australian history very few suspect. The engravings were first properly translated by Ray Johnson, claimed to be proto-Egyptian and accepted “as correct by the General Director of Cairo Museum, Dr. Dia’ Abou-Ghazi.”1 However, despite the endorsement of the resident expert in Cairo, Australian academics with less impressive credentials are adamant this is an elaborate hoax.

The site includes an engraved Ankh (see image above courtesy of Steve Strong), an essential accompaniment to Thoth, placed alongside an Ibis footprint (Thoth’s recent animal counterpart) and what we believe to be the ‘River of Life’. Two Ibis-men engraved into rock, both in profile with the head of an ibis and body of a human, seem to resonate to the same ancient Egyptian theme. What really surprised us was that not only are the ibis and Thoth synonymous, but originally Thoth was depicted in ape-form. And it is this more ancient representation that is found twice in Australia, extending the horizons considerably. A statue found at Gympie, said to act as one of five sentries guarding the controversial seven-stepped pyramid at Gympie, is a depiction of Thoth in his more primal ape-like form and has been argued over and often ridiculed.

SAMSUNG DIGITAL CAMERAThe recent discovery of an engraving of Durramullan, again in profile, is less open to debate. The pronounced long forehead and protruding lips is reminiscent of a baboon or one of the larger apes, and so out of context when carved into a continent lacking ape or monkey. The engraving is ancient, carved by an artist aware of an African animal and Egyptian deity supposedly unknown until the British invasion. In what only adds to the quality and quantity of this cross-cultural partnership, there are two sets of Aboriginal engravings, one containing 31 separate and distinct human characters and the other five figures, of which three have human bodies and what appears to be crocodile heads.

It is for these reasons, and many others, we are in complete agreement with Robert Lawlor, author of the highly regarded Voices of the First Day, when noting the same origin and sequence. “The Egyptian religious practices, zoomorphic pantheon of gods, concepts of death and rebirth, sorcery, magic and medicine all have their origins in the primal culture of the First Day.”2

We see the presence of Egyptians in Australia beginning at around 5,000 years ago, entirely in keeping with a global history that saw, for a variety of reasons too complex to discuss now, the Australian Aboriginal mariners and explorers finally return to Australia at around the same time. We believe the glyphs and other Egyptian remains found ‘within two hours of Sydney’ bear testimony to a spiritual sabbatical to the place where Egyptian religion and culture began.

That the Gosford Glyphs are so close to the sacred Durramullan site suggests an agreement between the first Australians and people from a distant continent. The Durramullan platform is undeniably special, and the Glyphs are an integral part of this arrangement, unique not only in Australia but the world. The Egyptian crypt and engravings, dedicated to the memory of the son of a Pharaoh, was constructed close to the Durramullan rock platform and could only be created with the consent of the local Aboriginals.

Of course, if Australian Aboriginals did sail the globe in ancient times this journey is dependent upon ocean-going boats being constructed in Australia. Up at the Top End there are many engravings and paintings of boats which are mistakenly claimed to be inspired by Maccassan boats fishing for trepan. No such claims can be made for the engraving of an ocean-going boat found in the northern section of the Gosford site. The boat’s design, with a steep prow and stern, has one primary function: to sail through large waves. It would be a waste of time, effort and resources to construct a boat according to the shape and proportions engraved into the rock, if the vessel sailed in stiller waters. More importantly, this engraving goes a long way towards establishing the claims made by Ramindjeri Elders. If indeed, as they insist, their ancestors circumnavigated the globe in a figure eight then this sophisticated design would serve that purpose.

That engraving and the Ramindjeri account provide answers to a series of unresolved questions that mainstream academia are unable to appreciate. The presence of Australian Aboriginal people in America was the focus of Issue 35 of the highly respected science magazine Cosmos. The front cover carried the following caption: “Did Aborigines discover America? Startling new finds suggest Australia’s first people made it all the way to South America more than 11,000 years ago.”3

Of course, America was merely one port-of-call when the First Australians set sail. “Dr. Raghavendra and researchers from the Indian-government backed Anthropological Survey of India project found unique genetic mutations were shared between modern-day Indians and Aborigines.”4 They “identified seven people from central Dravidian and Austro-Asiatic tribes who shared genetic traits only found in Aborigines.”5 These facts, along with newly discovered Australian genetic links to a hominid in Siberia referred to as Denosovan, necessitate the same means of transport: a boat.

However, the plan of a boat is insufficient. Also required are both the tools needed to construct such a vessel and navigational skills before sailing to India, America, Asia, Egypt or any other destination. An axe is an essential prerequisite if building a vessel capable of sailing across oceans. In keeping with all other firsts, it should come as no surprise that the oldest axes yet found are located within Sahul (the greater Australian continent which includes PNG, Tasmania, etc). The oldest axe was found at Huon Terrace (PNG) and is dated at 40,000 years, followed by an axe found in Jawoyn land (N.T.) claimed to be 35,500 years old. Remaining within Australia, an axe was discovered at Sandy Creek (QLD 32,000 years) and another at Malangangerr (N.T. 23,000 years). In what confirms the antiquity of Australian axe technology, and by association boats, Angel John Gallard has in his possession a hand-held chopper (the precursor to the axe) which he believes to be no less than 60,000 years old, with the real possibility it is over 100,000 years old. The oldest axe discovered outside Australia was found at Niah Cave (Sarawak) and is thought to be 15,500 years old.

For such an epic journey to succeed, especially if circumnavigating the world in a figure eight, Aboriginal mariners must have navigated by the stars. Once again it all begins here. As announced by a team of scientists from the CSIRO, the oldest astronomical construction was found at Wurdi Youang (Victoria). “The strange stone arrangement”6 has “two points set in perfect alignment with the setting sun on a midsummer’s day.”7 CSIRO experts are of the opinion the “ancient Aboriginal sundial could be upwards of 10,000 years old.”8 Nor do these rocks stand in isolation – there are two sets of walls recently found in the Snowy Mountains, the first is aligned east-west, marking out the conjunction of planets and contains no less than 10,000 rocks. The second is at least four times bigger and runs down an extremely steep slope.

Within ‘two hours from Sydney’ is a perfectly aligned five-rocked compass and another construction that is far more enigmatic, which for obvious reasons, we call ‘mini-Stonehenge’. It is made up of 46 stones in the inner circle and 18 rocks forming what we feel are clusters of stars. The four directions are marked out by arches with a horizontal stone supported by stone pillars. All four constructions, although separated by hundreds of kilometres, serve the same purpose: charting the heavens.

There is one pattern exhibited by these sites that seems to openly contradict an artistic maxim we assumed held fast throughout Australia. It was our belief that traditional Aboriginal art was region specific. Within this area we have found over 25 styles/techniques, many of which are claimed to be created in one tribal estate. We found evidence of the following Aboriginal artistic styles: Panaramitee; X-Ray; Figurative; Mimi; Lightning Brothers; Wandjina; Papunya; Hand stencils (two types); Representational; Rock engraving; Rock Pecking; Stone Arrangements; Bands across the body; Egyptian symbols; Bird prints; Engraved shield design (found throughout Australia); Profiled spirits; and others we could not identify.

Where does that leave us? Relying on textbooks and academics ‘dazed and confused’… Or there is an alternative route. We are convinced the First Australians are completely separate to the Africans and were the first homo sapien sapiens. It was from Australia, not Africa, the first migration originated, and it is from Australia that religion, gender equality, astronomy, burials, sailing, music, art, democracy and all the nobler pursuits began. And it is in Australia, in particular the area ‘within 2 hours from Sydney’, that proof of this global legacy can still be found.


1. “The Kariong Glyphs and the Prohibited Egyptians: Research Proves the Kariong Glyphs to Be Genuine and Exposes the Critics as Hoaxters” by Hans-Dieter von Senff, 2011, 99.

2. Voices of the First Day: Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime by Robert Lawlor, Inner Traditions International, Ltd., 1991, 75.

3. “Ancient Odyssey” by Jacqui Hayes, Cosmos, 2010, Front Cover.

4. “First Australians Were Indian: Research,” Sydney Morning Herald, 23 July 2009, 16.

5. Ibid.

6. “Wurdi Youang Rocks Could Prove Aborigines Were First Astronomers,” 5 February 2011,

7. Ibid.

8. Ibid.

About the Author

STEVE STRONG, with his son Evan, have co-written Constructing a New World Map, Mary Magdalene’s Dreaming, Forgotten Origin and soon to be released fourth book Shunned Legacy. With close to 30 years of contact with the Gumilaroi people and tribes of the Bundjalung confederation, and the benefit of extensive consultation with many Elders, the history revealed is part of an Aboriginal history that was almost lost. For more information, visit their website

Could Mysterious Engravings of Ancient Egyptians in Autrialia Rewrite our History? – Waking Times.

Priming the Pump Starts the Flow « Golden Age of Gaia

Editor’s note: 

Even though InfiniteShift is an aggregate news source, it is still an immense effort on my part. Many people come to read InfiniteShift, but do not feel that they can or should pay for the material here. I had a donation button up for a year but had so few donations that I finally took the donation button off and replaced it with “ascension tools” that you can buy.

Many of us are working full time to bring light to this planet, and are experiencing extreme economic situations. Please consider either donating or buying from one another. There are many books and products out there of high quality that you can buy direct from a fellow lightworker. This helps all of us start to form a new economy that supports all of us.

The following is a plea from the founder of The Golden Age of Gaia for contributions to the Hope Chest—a fund for lightworkers in need. You may be one of them. I hope you can contribute to the Golden Age of Gaia Hope Chest. This is a good cause.

From Steve Beckow:

Archangel Michael wishes us to continue our discussion with you of the idea that originated with him about voluntary months subscriptions of $1.11 to the blog. But this discussion is inevitably much more general than the Golden Age of Gaia only.

It applies to all other blogs and indeed all other organizations and associations begun by light workers who’ve agreed to lead in Ascension work and in the post-Ascension reconstruction of Nova Earth.
What Archangel Michael and the Company of Heaven wants to see is us lightworkers helping ourselves. They want to see us sharing our resources to the extent we can with those who are less advantaged. And they want to see this before they release into our hands the incredible abundance intended to flow out to the world.

Why do I say this? There’s a passage from a personal reading I had with Archangel Michael that I demurred from posting because I thought it would sound too strong to lightworkers but I’ve been told that it was meant to be published.

In it, Archangel Michael said that without us showing the Company of Heaven that we can and will take care of our own, why do we expect the Company of Heaven to take care of us?

“Why are human beings expecting to be granted millions and trillions of dollars when they are not willing to part with one dollar [in a monthly subscription]? It does not balance.” (1)
When he said that, I shuddered and asked him directly:

SB: Shall I publish what you’ve just said, or not?

AAM: [Decisively.] Yes! (2)

Always Archangel Michael is talking about anchoring the divine qualities into human life. And the processes of sharing and contributing are part of this anchoring process, this Reval of ourselves, this revaluation of our spiritual currency. Keep in mind that AAM considers this blog his “platform.”

“I’m pleading with you — Not with you [Steve], but with all of you. We have need to meet halfway, in terms of this creation.
“Yes, your wonderful contributors are meeting us halfway. Many of your readers give gratitude and do their light-work.
“And that is a creative effort. But there is further to go, and it is the anchoring of the spiritual beliefs, energies, vibrations, attunements, Tsunami — all of it — into the physical.

“And so often you have said, and we have discussed, what does this feel like? Well, it does not feel like fear. It does feel like generosity. And whether it is a dime or a dollar, it doesn’t matter. It is the giving. It is the creating. It is the, ‘I am part of this community, and therefore I contribute in whatever way I can.’

“And if you have no money, then do you take half an hour a day — because you aren’t working — do you take half an hour a day and send energy to erase gender inequality around the world? That is a contribution.” (3)

It is the giving that’s important. We must prime the pump if we want the waters of abundance to flow. We must overcome the insularity that our years of privation under the cabal’s rule has generated. We have to start showing the Company of Heaven that we care for and can take care of each other before we can expect the dam to burst.

I said in a previous article that the process of creating change has several steps. We need to move ourselves up a ladder that starts with a change of mind, but has to go farther than that if real change is to occur.

We need to go through a change of attitude as well. Most of us don’t take them seriously or pay attention to the appeals made by lightworkers who are leading us and so we deny them the resources they need to do the very jobs they contracted to do and then wonder why we remain leaderless.

According to my reading of the Company of Heaven, the very first action in building Nova Earth is to show that we can support our own leaders.

This calls for the next step up the ladder, which is a change in behavior. We need to actually take the time and go to the donations page and make the donation.

That will lead to the last step up the ladder, which is a change of heart. Actually taking committed action leads to a release of compassion which changes the heart-set, if I can coin a word, and has the power to change us from a passive bystander into an active leader.

So we’re asking you to prime the pump for the Reval by contributing, not only to this blog, but to all the others as well.

We average about 40,000 hits per day. Let’s say that equals 20,000 unique site visits a day. If each person were to take out a voluntary monthly subscription, that would provide enough money to pay for the team and site expenses and attend to all calls made upon the Hope Chest in a month. We’re asking for each person who reads the site regularly to make a $1.11 voluntary monthly donation or ” subscription.”

Any who cannot afford the sum are invited to contribute that amount of energy to others in need. The equivalent amount of service is not that much. In all our requests we believe that what we’re suggesting is not onerous on any one person; we believe it to be a moderate request. What is perhaps radical is the request that everyone take the time to actually do it.
And we’re asking that you do the same with Kauila, Wes Annac, Sandra Walter, Children of the Sun, Heavenletters and all the other blogs and other organizations that are leading us in our Ascension and reconstruction efforts.

Below are the instructions for making your donation. If you haven’t already begun your Ascension service, let this be the start. Let this be the commencement of your committed action to assist this planet to honor its responsibility in seeing to the care of Gaia and all her inhabitants. And don’t stop here, for Heaven’s sake.

Let this be a preparation for the period of abundance that we know is coming and in the service of which we need to flex our muscles and get ourselves in shape.

Thank you for listening and, most of all, thank you for acting.

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Transcendence of issues arising within and (apparently) without is of primary importance for all Gaia out-lookers

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gaia_energy1Transcendence of issues arising within and (apparently) without is of primary importance for all Gaia out-lookers.

Flairing of Cosmics concurrently with incursions of Cosmics into darker holes of Gaia, creates turbulence at all levels of Gaia consciousness, collectively and individually.

Clandestines are no longer.

Residences of Energies continues the climb, and will continue through the Golden Sun Emergence.

Within and With-out are now the same.

Presence of Higher BEings is now most essential to Gaia ascension purpose.

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Eliza: On Changes and Transitions

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Eliza: On Transitions and Changes

This past week, two significant individual First Wave Volunteers passed from this world. We have known them as Dr. Emoto and Dolores Cannon. Still others have passed away earlier this year, bringing much sorrow to those who have looked up to them and have enjoyed the fruits of their great gifts.  Still others will be passing on without any fanfare, yet have served here well.

Each one of these individuals brought knowledge and understanding to their students and to humanity about the expansive qualities of life and the power of thought. They have added to the Whole through their life’s work through the expression of their talents and gifts.

Now I will state something that is sure to upset the followers and students of these bright stars: They are gone now and will never…

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Greetings from Home, Dear Ones.

Making Space for the New Empowered Human
It is such a joy to be with you all. There is a large family that has gathered again and again here on planet Earth. The Family of Light—you can call it a number of different things–we call it the Family of E, Lightworkers. Many of you have come in at this time with the intention of bringing the collective to the highest level possible. That is very beautiful yet very difficult, so we wish to speak with you about what is ahead and what each of you can do. Dear ones, you can take a part i what is happening in the world around you to make space for the new empowered human. That is truly what is going on. There are significant adjustments occurring on planet…

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5 Reasons You Should Stop Using Plastic Containers | The Unbounded Spirit

The great American novelist Norman Mailer once said, “I sometimes think that there is a malign force loose in the universe that is the social equivalent of cancer, and it’s plastic. It infiltrates everything. It’s metastasis. It gets into every single pore of productive life.” You would think this was a recent quote, something he might have said after the green movement became popular. But no – he said this in 1983, before America’s obsession with everything plastic was even close to reaching its peak. What amazing foresight he had.

Plastic has its role in modern society. It’s an essential part of our cars, computers, mobile phones, children’s toys – and practically most everything we use on a day-to-day basis. But there’s one place where plastic has worn out its welcome – and that’s as a container for the food we eat and the water we drink.
The bottom line is that plastic is made from toxic materials. It’s a known fact that these toxins can leach into whatever they come into contact with. And it’s a known fact that when the compounds that make up plastic are ingested, they damage your body on a cellular level and cause health problems.
The pundits will say that the human body can easily handle the “small” amounts (which the government insultingly likes to call “acceptably safe levels”) of toxins that are ingested from plastic. But I find this excuse to be one of the world’s biggest cop-outs. If the human body wasn’t designed to ingest plastic, then no amount is good. Period.
Here are 5 reasons why you should avoid plastic containers:
Toxic compounds in plastic can make you really sick.
It’s typical to suffer from a variety of health problems as you age. But is this just “part of getting older”? Or is this perhaps the result of a toxic overload in the body? It’s common knowledge that illness and disorders such as cancer, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, heart disease, vision impairment and many others health problems are all on the rise. Could this be in some way associated with the increasing amount of plastic in our lives? Plastic food and beverage containers became popular fairly recently (in the 1970s) and have become ubiquitous in our lives since then. More and more research is proving that toxic compounds found in plastic cause health problems ranging from cancer to infertility.
There’s no such thing as a safe plastic.
Plastics that contain the super toxic compound bisphenol A (BPA) have been in the news a lot lately. And for this reason, consumers have been duped into thinking that if a product is “BPA-free” it’s perfectly safe. But this is a lie. Lots of companies have caught on to the fact that they can sell more of a product if it’s labeled as “BPA-free.” But guess what? It may be BPA-free, but in its place, these companies are using BPS, a close cousin of BPA that may be equally as toxic! The bottom line is – you can’t 100% trust that any plastic doesn’t contain compounds that are toxic to your body.
Plastics can cause fertility and reproductive problems.
The ability to produce a healthy child is a wondrous miracle and an amazing event in one’s life. But toxic compounds found in plastic could be making this difficult, if not impossible, for millions of people. What was once speculation is now becoming fact as more and more research is proving that this is a very real problem. For example, almost all plastics contain toxic chemicals that have a negative effect on immunity and hormone regulation, both of which directly affect fertility. Specifically, BPA has been found to make it more difficult for women to conceive and to cause increased risk of miscarriages. New research is also showing that toxins found in plastic can cause birth defects and developmental problems in children.

Chemicals in plastic can make you fat.
There are lots of reasons why nearly two-thirds of American adults are either overweight or obese. But one of them may be the vast amounts of plastics our food and beverages come in contact with. After all, America is the world’s largest consumer of disposable plastic containers. Interesting new research published in Environmental Health Perspectives explains that a chemical widely used in plastics, called bisphenol A diglycidyl ether (BADGE), may actually cause stem cells to become fat cells. According to one of the study’s authors, “Exposure to these kinds of chemicals can reprogram your metabolism and make it more likely for you to store calories instead of passing them through.” Have you found that losing weight is next to impossible, despite eating less and exercising more? Perhaps it’s chemicals in plastics that make losing weight harder than it needs to be.
Plastics are just terrible for our planet.
Whether you are a hardcore environmentalist or if being “green” is low on your list of priorities, the fact of the matter is that you live on planet Earth, and so will your children and your children’s children. We all have a responsibility to keep the planet has livable as possible. Firstly, plastics are in most cases made from petrochemicals through an energy intensive process that itself creates lots of pollution and toxic discharge. The fact is, every plastic container you use is making the planet less habitable. Also, most plastic in the world is not recycled and usually ends up in landfills, where it degrades very slowly. According to Wikipedia, “Since the 1950s, one billion tons of plastic have been discarded and may persist for hundreds or even thousands of years.”
What Are Your Best Solutions?
Like I said earlier, plastics are a nearly unavoidable part of our everyday lives. But there is a big difference between the plastic on your computer and the plastic that may come into contact with your lunch. You don’t eat your computer. The best solution, which is affordable, convenient and really safe is glass and certain types of metal. Here are some great solutions I’ve found. (I am providing links to for your convenience, but you can find these items at many stores.)
Break-proof glass water bottles:This glass water bottle has a rubber coating that prevents breakage. It makes water taste amazing! I take mine everywhere I go and it helps me avoid using plastic water bottles.
Stainless steel straws:My kids don’t use plastic straws anymore, and instead use these stainless steel straws.
Stainless steel containers:Dump your plastic Tupperware and instead go for stainless steel containers. Glass containers are great too, but most of them still have plastic lids.
Glass water coolers:If you have a water cooler at your home or office, more and more companies are offering glass containers instead of plastic ones.
Alternative to non-stick cookware:The coating on your non-stick cookware may be a type of plastic. Instead choose ceramic cookware or enameled cast iron.
Sneaky Sources of BPA
Even if you remove all plastic from your food and water supply, there are still some sneaky ways that highly toxic BPA can find its way into your life. Here are the most common:
Cash register receipts: This usually shocks most people. But if you handle a receipt with your hands, then eat your food with your hands, BPA is getting in your system. Avoid receipts or wash your hands immediately after touching one.
The lining of most canned foods. Luckily, we’ve written a buyer’s guide that will help you find the brands that don’t use BPA.
Some baby bottles and pacifiers
Many toys and other children’s products
Some aluminum water bottles (stainless steel is generally safe)
Canned soda and beer
Credit: “Five Reasons to Avoid Plastic Containers,” from, by Joshua Corn
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