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Great Pyramids of China & Australia's Forgotten Archaeology - Chapter 36


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Great Pyramids of China & Australia's Forgotten Archaeology - Chapter 36
Great Pyramids of China & Australia's Forgotten Archaeology - Chapter 36

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Apr 07, 2024, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM GMT+10

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This presentation is all about archaeology. Granted of recent times we have been forced to investigate some rather shady political operations, with particular reference to the site at Kariong, but this time around it will be all about archaeology found in Australia, and a location we have never examined, China.

Yes, we have heard of the recent discovery of a huge variety of unknown Hominid beings, some with skulls much larger than ours, but outside such talk very little else dealing with ancient history seems to have reached many non-Chinese localities. That all changed when James made contact with us, he describes himself as a “linguist, amateur archaeologist and geologist, photographer, writer, researcher and tech. professional.” James is “a British-Australian citizen who lives in China with a passion for ancient history.” In the simplest terms his presentation is of his “personal experiences and opinions of this amazing country.” What we did find both intriguing and to an extent predictable, was how little we knew of China and how little hostility, or censorship James experienced when on the archaeological trail.

Our presentation is basically a ten-year overview of sites, engravings, artefacts etc. found in Australia that we have rarely, if ever, discussed. Whether Phoenicia, Spain, Portugal, China, Africa, Egypt, America, Japan, Siberia and so many other locations, either they have been here or Original people have been there. What never ceases to amaze us, but never surprises us, is the standard rebuttal to any artefact, whether European skulls dated hundreds of years before Cook, a multitude of metal coins and pieces of jewelry, all are due to a clumsy collector accidentally dropping the object in the bush/creek/desert. Yet even when a complete skull is dropped the ‘dropee’ is none the wiser and has no idea that anything fell. Well that is one story but we have another.

Lea and Mezreth will join us in another Q and A session, where our focus will be all about a brief overview of the ebb and flow of humanity between cities and caves, the reasons why the Hopi speak of earlier times when things fell apart.

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