darkbreed on Dec 13 2008, 07:37 AM, said:
Puzzler: I know you're down under, what do you know about these rock arts, and what do you think about these images I just presented?
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Thanks for asking darkbreed.
The Bradshaw paintings are undoubtably unusual, known world wide, no one can say otherwise really. You can find the pictures there of the man in a full length gown, attire aboriginals certainly didn't wear.
The spiral you showed is certainly quite intriguing, firstly I don't known of any Aboriginal art in that style, they use spirals alot but generally mixed with dots or styled as creatures or snakes, not usually just a pattern for the sake of it.
Court jester? does a bit but I think it looks more like a European King's head and face.
Do you have a time frame in mind for when you think this spiral may have been created here?
Celtic aboriginals, might seem funny but actually could be spot on. New Zealand has many evidences that point to Celtic people being there before the Maoris arrived.
I'll check on the spirals some more darkbreed. Gotta go to bed now.