I have recently visited the sacred Cave Hill in the Centre of Australia
Visit to the Sacred Place at Cave Hill, Central Australia
A 5 hour journey from Uluru and back
Aboriginal rock art showing core of suns and movement of Earth
– similar rock art is found at Cave Hill –
(Photo with permission and courtesy of Ayers Rock Resort Website)
I had a phone call from a man named Paul saying he had read my article on The Story of Uluru, on my website and wanted to read the book “Alcheringa when the first Ancestors were created.”
A week later he rang again and asked if he, along with his wife, son and a friend could visit us before they made a journey into the outback and in particular a visit to the sacred place of Cave Hill, where ancient Rock Art is carbon dated well over 20,000 years. They were particularly interested in its connection to the Dreaming Story of the Seven Sisters from the Pleiades. They were professional people planning a holiday, but they also had esoteric abilities and believed they were being asked to do some ‘special healing work’ around Uluru and Kata Tjuta although they were unsure of the nature of the work.
To make a long story, short, they invited me to join them at Uluru, paying for my air ticket, sharing their accommodation and organizing a seat with them on the booked 4WD journey out to Cave Hill. My husband was in Hong Kong on business making it easy for me to travel with them. Needless to say when I first met Paul and the girls we hugged each other as if we had known each other forever … there was never a problem with our travelling or sharing together.
On the 8th October 2011, we tourists – eleven people, set off early in the morning on our journey into the unending red desert along a sealed road until we came to Curtain Springs, a cattle station of over a million acres.
Curtain Springs station – on the way to Cave Hill
After our comfort stop it wasn’t long before we turned off the main road onto a red earth bumpy, corrugated track. There had been a lot of recent rain in the Outback making it surprisingly green, with trees growing up to 8 feet in about 6 months, looking like people standing everywhere. The day was too hot for any wildlife to show themselves. Being springtime, the view into the long distance was pleasantly littered with all colours of bush flowers. Eventually the horizon was broken with the view of Mount Conner that visitors often mistake for Uluru.
Mt. Conner – it is in direct alignment 115km east of Uluru with
Kata Tjuta to the west of Uluru on the same alignment
I tend to think of it as a “time capsule” as if it holds the height of the land as it was A long time before. It is said sea shells are found on top of it.
Finally we turn off onto another red desert track to arrive at Cave Hill. In the long distance ahead the Musgrave Mountains can be seen.
Mt. Conner in the distance on road to Cave Hill (large version)
The view from Cave Hill looking towards Musgrave Mountains (large version)
Another view from Cave Hill looking towards Musgrave Mountains (large version)
Base of Cave Hill – from the entrance side you could almost miss it. (large version)
When we finally arrived we were told our Indigenous Elder would arrive to Show us to the Cave … but he never did come. Apparently he was attending an important funeral and ceremony so it was left to our driver to become our guide and tell the dreaming stories.
Paul, the girls and myself all recognized that the “hill” was of the same type of rock as Uluru well over 100 kms away and even as we spoke with each other and I pointed to feldspar in the rock, a Japanese tourist walked up to us, pointing and waving saying, “Feldspar, Feldspar!!” and nodding vigorously. It was as though Spirit sent him to confirm, although he wouldn’t have realised it—yes, it was the same rock as Uluru—and must have broken away from the main source originally when it came from the stars.
On top of Cave Hill showing rock is the same as at Uluru with flecks of Feldspar. (large version)
This would mean that at certain times of the day and seasons, the rock would also glow in different moods the same way Uluru does. No wonder the Indigenous Elders consider it so sacred. I have come to realise that the cave, at Cave Hill is also where the Afghan Cameleer first found the sacred Alcheringa Stone wrapped in paperbark that I had in my keeping for 2 years(click to read about the Alcheringa Stone) I have always clairvoyantly seen the sacred Alcheringa Stone once living in a Cave of Bright Blue/White Light in Central Australia.
When we climbed the hill to the cave, we were asked not to take any photos. The four of us where overwhelmed with esoteric memories of what had taken place there, and the majesty of the paintings. There are many paintings on the roof, some over the top of each other. The oldest of the ochre paintings, mainly black and white, have been carbon dated at 24,000 years old and the newest red, yellow and white ochre drawings are dated 70 years old.
We were told the area was part of the Seven Sisters Songline, the Perentie Songline, and the Honey Ant Songline. The Seven Sisters Songline of creation time stretches from the gulf country of Northern Queensland, down through the Northern Territory, through the Cave Hill site continuing through South Australia and on to the Great Australian Bight.
Paul saw ancient drawings that looked like star systems, mainly Lyra/Pleiadean, Orion and Sirius. Other Circles in a row, reminded him of the prophesied core of suns that were said to be coming into alignment (the turning point in the December Solstice, 2012) and raising the Earth’s consciousness and everyone upon her.
This is a photograph of the rock art taken at Mutitjulu Springs (without any restriction).
It shows the string of suns we believe is telling the story
of a core of suns which Earth is coming into alignment.
The Cave Hill ceiling art is much clearer. (large version)
I quietly confessed to our guide that we were mediums and that we felt we were being guided to do esoteric work in the red heart centre of Australia. I asked, “After the others leave, do you think it would be all right if we came back to the cave and tuned into the Ancestors of the Cave and record the session?” She knew exactly what I was talking about, gave us permission without hesitation and but for the fact that she had to cook everybody’s lunch, I think she would have joined us!
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