Wondjina – Aboriginal Mythology

By: subharanjangupta

Aug 21 2011

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Category: Ancient Cave Paintings

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The Ancient Aliens Community has noticed the overwelming evidence supporting Ancient Alien Theory around the world.  Some examples of  evidence supporting ancient alien theory are:  The Nazca Lines, Puma Punku, Gobleki Tepe, Mycenae Greece, the Anunnaki, and much more. The Wandjina, are another example or evidence supporting Ancient Alien Theory.  Who were the Wandjina: In Aboriginal mythology, the Wondjina (or Wandjina) were cloud and rain spirits who, during the Dream time, created or influenced the landscape and its inhabitants. When they found the place they would die, they painted their images on cave walls and entered a nearby waterhole. The age of these paintings have not been accurately ascertained, however Geological research dated the formative volcanic explosions described by Aboriginal myth tellers as having occurred more than 10,000 years ago. Pollen fossil sampling from the silt which had settled to the bottom of the craters confirmed the Aboriginal myth-tellers’ story. When the craters were formed, eucalyptus forests dominated rather than the current wet tropical rain forests. However, these faces do not resemble homosapien nor do they look like Homo erectus. Dont they resemble the modern day version of gray head aliens?

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7 comments on “Wondjina – Aboriginal Mythology”

  1. By no means considered it that way.

  2. Well put from an incredible blogger

  3. I have been researching ancient lifeforms for years and was just reading about the Denisovans DNA being present in Aborigines dating back about 75,000 years. The aborigine story of the great flood is almost identical to the account of Noah’s Ark. I’m curious to find out if the Aborigine’s carried that legend with them from further north where they started their journey to Australia or if it came to be after they arrived.

  4. All I can say is that… so much techonology and they were so bad at drawing lol.

  5. looks as though some man or woman was having horrible dreams and maybe was even crazy and frantically and painstakingly painted these horrible things on the wall…:0


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