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Comment icon #17 Posted by Mantis914 on 21 December, 2011, 20:19
I've seen other pictures of these entities in cave drawings, exactly the same. Awesome painting!
Comment icon #16 Posted by mr rainbow on 12 April, 2011, 3:11
Comment icon #15 Posted by agentdarkbooty on 25 July, 2007, 19:49
Comment icon #14 Posted by amybabes on 7 September, 2006, 22:23
Wandjinas are in fact aboriginal spirits of the earth. These paintings are situated in the Kimberly in Barradja country. The Barradja are an aboriginal mob who believe that the wandjinas created the earth by simply walking and letting it form with each step. Then when they finished creation they simply magicked themselves into the rock where these paintings are.
Comment icon #13 Posted by sourpatchkid on 11 June, 2006, 0:41
what is the phallic thing in the upper-right corner? also is that some sort of road-kill armadillo inbetween the two "red crown" guys? what the.... the more i look what is the deal with this pic? where did the pic come from, where is the object that was photographed. why are those two particular animals next to the "greys"?
Comment icon #12 Posted by phoenixgirl on 29 May, 2006, 14:33
If you look at the top, you can see a tiny one with two tiny stick things in its head. It looks like a little alien! ^-^
Comment icon #11 Posted by trulyyours. on 1 May, 2006, 10:31
I'm Part Aboriginal, And They Don't Look Much Like It. Aboriginal Paintings Were Alot More Straight Forward, Telling A Story. The "Animal" In The Bottom Looks Like An Armodillo - And I Don't Think I've Seen Any Armodillo's Around Lately, I'll Post It If I Do Though. So, There Fore - It's Not Aboriginal.
Comment icon #10 Posted by shez on 7 March, 2006, 17:53
That's not aboriginal artwork. The big "thing" in the bottom center of the page, it's not any kind of aboriginal artwork I've seen. It hasn't got any of the organs/bones drawn in (as they do). It may be a rock painting, but I would seriously doubt it's authenticity as an "Ancient aboriginal artpiece"
Comment icon #9 Posted by celephais70 on 26 February, 2006, 15:35
They're so vague that you'll see what you want to see. Ancient astronauts? Quite a deduction from just a head two eyes and a mouth. (rollseyes)
Comment icon #8 Posted by little raven on 24 February, 2006, 19:52
You're right about the aboriginal part, kthxbye and goddess77, and the large animal at the bottom i think is a wombat, the smaller one CryptoRay, isnt a giant mouse, but most likely a wallaby, or pottaroo. The Wandjinas are painted on rock walls in the Kimberley (Northern Territory) often near caves. The local Aboriginal people would call on the Wandjinas for an increase in bush tucker or children.
Comment icon #7 Posted by cryptoray on 24 January, 2006, 5:27
One of the 'aliens' is getting attacked by a giant mouse.
Comment icon #6 Posted by goddess77 on 21 January, 2006, 17:09
Ancient Aboriginal cave paintings of gods/spirits
Comment icon #5 Posted by shorti on 16 January, 2006, 23:35
They reminds me of those marshmallow Peeps for some reason ...
Comment icon #4 Posted by abstracthinker on 4 January, 2006, 0:39
its kinda like ink blots(you see what you want to see
Comment icon #3 Posted by eternal light on 2 October, 2005, 5:07
I agree with you Viracocha! Are these cave paintings??
Comment icon #2 Posted by viracocha on 3 September, 2005, 16:09
Ancient astronauts, you also see animals given to them, perhaps sacrifices, the ones with the red crown like things on their head are probably the leaders or the ones in control of the others. They look like some type of grey aliens, with the large oval eyes. Very interesting to see.
Comment icon #1 Posted by kthxbye on 1 September, 2005, 12:41
I'm pretty sure Wandjinas are Aboriginal weather spirits. Supposedly they'd come out from the mountains to change the weather. I don't know that much about them, sorry.
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