Australia’s Stonehenge – the 184 Standing Stones

Just after World War II a farmer in Mullumbimby was visited and told he would have to sell his ten acre property to the government in order to preserve the indigenous relics and the stones linking important burial mounds. The farmer was most interested in the history, the mounds and preservation and was sympathetic to the requests of the officials who had visited. Unfortunately, economic arguments won the day and the farmer was thought to have bulldozed the standing stones of what was Australia’s own Stonehenge, in the dark of night. To this day, indigenous peoples will not visit either of the burial mounds. What follows here is a brief examination of the actual stones, which resemble standing stones in other ancient locations around the world.

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King Tutankhamun’s Dagger


Many will know that burial in ancient times – such as the times of the Pharaoh’s, were accompanied by various needs the deceased would require for progress in the next world; clothing, food, utensils, all these (and more) were buried with the great. Here, this article examines the dagger buried with King Tut. The material in the dagger appears to come from a non-earthly origin.

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Not an Egyptian Artefact

An artefact found between two sandstone walls at Kariong has been analysed by Southern Cross University. Analysis of the composition of this artefact reveals that it is made of metals which are not found in Egypt. While Kariong has clear evidence of Egyptian origin, this particular artefact seems to be of non-Earthly origin. The University analysts don’t know where the other metals contained in this artefact have originated from. It is known that star people – refugees from betrayal – settled at Kariong after their mothership, the Rexegena, was destroyed. We take up the narrative of the discovery of the artefact at Kariong by Aunty Minnie Mace.

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Judy Carroll: Our Kariong Experience

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In October of 2016, Judy Carroll visited Sydney, NSW, in the company of her fellow star-worker, Helene. They take the opportunity to visit Kariong and see the Grandmother Tree and the various hieroglyphs located at Kariong. Judy Carroll shares what emerges as a rite-of-passage gifted to herself and fellow star-worker Helene from the Indigenous beings residing there in the interdimensional portals.

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Feast Day of Mary Magdalene

mmagdalenWhether you are of the Catholic Religion or not – I am sure you will be overjoyed to know that Pope Francis has made a new decree bumping the liturgical celebration honouring St. Mary Magdalene from a memorial to a feast, putting her on par with the apostles. The feast day is July 22nd – Today!

When John and I were in France last year we were aware the Knight’s Templars revered her and all along the South of France many churches we visited, depicted her with long red hair along with an equal sided cross somewhere on the church walls – connecting it to the Knights Templars. My father was a Freemason – a Grand Master – who also knew her to be an apostle. His birthday was July 22nd. Let us rejoice that at last St. Mary Magdalene has been recognised for who she truly is.

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Egypt and Australia: Part 2 of The King Tut link

sarcophagusThe January 2016 meeting of the Mystery School was planned to recover material lost from the earlier session. However, “upstairs” has a plan that more information needs to be uncovered for synthesis to come together about the journey from Egypt to ancient Australia (Lemuria) to be understood, and for this understanding to elicit further from the soul memories of those present. You can read Part 2 of Egypt and Australia: The King Tut Link here.

Egypt and Australia: The King Tut link

kingtutThe ladies of The Mystery School had conducted a session in November of 2015 during which part of the recording had been lost. Perhaps this was the purpose of “Upstairs” as media information emerged about discovery of a hidden room in the tomb of King Tut. We also discover that another of the participants in the Mystery School has direct connections with the narratives about Kariong and King Tut in their soul story. In this recovered session, once again we bring you an intriguing session of The Mystery School. You can read the first instalment of Egypt and Australia: The King Tut Link here