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The Aboriginal people are protective of their culture, and they do not share all of their stories with the rest of the world. For them, much of what transpired is a private matter, and so only some stories can be accessed. (Aboriginal Dreamtime Stories - Jukurrpa, Gadi Mirrabooka Aboriginal Stories, The Australian Aboriginal "Dreamtime" (Its History, ...


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They walked. They seem to be able to move independently. According to a wondjina artist, they walk, and travel, as the rain does. Long Watty says Wandjina came from ground, live in clouds, rain comes after he lift cloud, rain go down. Rain travels as the Wandjina walks - Wandjina travels. Then Wandjina goes down with rain (or as rain?) and into ground ...


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I think in it's entirety the term Dreaming or Dream-time has more to do with consciousness than dreams during sleep. However if you've ever travelled you'll know that spending time in a place will make that place enter your dreams. The original term has to do with awareness, wisdom passed through DNA and ways to express a strong connection with Nature from ...


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