Australian Aboriginie Paintings
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Author Mercedes Lackey writes of a fantasy land where magic is stronger than it is in the world of today. In her books all living things radiate an unseen energy that collects and flows underground in growing channels (leys) to points where these leys converge (nodes). The energy is then transmuted to a different, reservoir, level, normally by a slow "evaporation", but it can also provide the power for magical works. Kind of a parallel to the water cycle.
Magic fills our literature,
both in the myths of the past and the imagination of today.
In ancient cultures magic was accepted as fact,
deeply woven into the people's lives.
Is it possible that the energy that drives magic
has been in drought for the last centuries,
forcing the development of logic to take it's evolutionary place?
Is magic these days only a faint glimmer of what it once was?
"Songlines are so named because they are maps written in songs,
depicting mythic events at successive sites along a walking trail
that winds through a region.
Each Aboriginal tribe inherited a network of songlines,
and all travel in the lands of neighboring tribes
was done along these lines."
"Voices of the First Day:
Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime"
"The basic evasion of the essential is the problem of man
...right close by pulsating life is all around...
The keys are cemented into the mechanical rigidity
of your body and soul."
"We've also seen the effect of - - -
all of a sudden we find a certain kind of feeling
or a certain kind of rhythm
and the whole place is like a sea
and it goes Boom . . .
Boom . . .
"When the energy is just at the center,
When it is not moving anywhere,
neither in the head nor in the heart,
but it is at the very source
from where the heart takes it, the head takes it,
pulsating at the very source--"
Osho: The Zen Manifesto
Sermon in the city:
it's a piece of paper.
Sermon in the bush:
holds the Law in their hands.
(Last chance for freedom)
by Yothu Yindi, Australia
The Cosmic Kangaroo
The wonderful paintings shown on this page
are by Central Australian Aborigine artists, 1960 - 1990.
Ancient Mystery . info
Introduction, Aborigine paintings, part 1
The hidden jewel: Petra
The Roman oracle at Baalbek
Anomalous Gobekli Tepe
Music, Myth and Number in Ancient Sumer (text).
The Ancients knew Egypt as the very source of Mystery.
There are countless beautiful 19th century images
of ancient Egypt in Ascending Passage,
with information and links to three websites and 75 pages
of architecture, art and secrets,
covering the length of Ancient Egypt and a bit beyond.
Egypt's Age of Pyramids