- Jun 2018
- New Hampshire
My Fart Empire officially apologizes for the troll post.
If you don't have something of value to add, I don't want to see a post like this again.Dark Emu! Mwahahahahahahahaha Dark Emu! Hahahahahahahahahaha Dark Emu! Dark Emu! What a goofy name! Mwahahahahahahahaha Dark Emu *gasp* *snicker* mwahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!
Yes, I was thinking that others with a strong oral tradition (like the source of the Vedas ) might find some of this research and findings interesting.Old stories die hard. That is what I say in IE migration threads also. Somewhere or the other they find mention.
My only concern is that there is no tangible evidence that the aborigines ever practiced agriculture to any great extent. No archaeological artifacts of any kind survive which would suggest that the indigenous peoples of Australia were ever an agricultural society at any point in their long history.
There is tangible evidence that practiced some agriculture. The problem with your stement is the use of the phrase ' to any great extent ' - which can mean anything , really .My only concern is that there is no tangible evidence that the aborigines ever practiced agriculture to any great extent.
The threads dealing with this subject are full of 'tangible evidence' and 'arcaeological artifacts' , of many kinds ;No archaeological artifacts of any kind survive which would suggest that the indigenous peoples of Australia were ever an agricultural society at any point in their long history.
Well, some of those 'alledged' accounts where explorers whose duty it was to report things back to the authorities. History is the study of the human past as it is described in the written documents left by human beings .Thus far nothing more technologically sophisticated that spears and boomerangs have been found. The only evidence are alleged "eyewitness" accounts.
Except some early explorers reported how they nearly died from its conditions, how harsh it was and how they had to be saved by the Aboriginals , or got scurvy, or died !Far more likely it would seem that the early explorers were engaging in fictional story telling in order to promote Ozland as a land of milk and honey ripe for settling.
One of the questions is ; what can we lean ? Well, I could write a fair bit on that !i dont think australian aboriginal people should be made something which they clearly weren't but such a thing should not be used as an excuse in declaring them something less, it was their choice in maintaining their thousands of year old tribal custom, how sentinalese fiercely defend their customs and traditions, its their choice, should be elevated from the reality or dishonoured for that. .......
a study of australian aboriginal should infact enlighten past of human race which has been preserved in them.
european settlers declared them as animals by theor law which was only repealed in 1960s which should have never happened in the first place.
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