It must be noted that the Hieroglyphics mentioned here are believed now to be the work of an 'elderly yugoslavian gentleman' caught in the act by Gosford Park Rangers in the early '80s. Shame no one bothered to mention this to the writer of the original 'article' that sparked this page in the first place, when the writer claimed investigation of the locals in Gosford as part of the 'article' research. I am keeping this page as is, as a sort of time capsule; the site, after all, does exist, promotes fascinating discussion, and is a jolly nice day out, if only the amateur fortune idiots would stop digging the place up. The fact that these glyphs are not necessarily of ancient origin does not detract from the notion, or the existence of any other artifacts, that suggest ancient man was blundering around uncharted waters.
updated jan 2008
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http://www.internetezy.com.au/~mj129/index.html by Rex Gilroy, author of "Pyramids in the Pacific"
http://www.awarenessquest.com/research.htm is a data base of finds & remains related to pre-western occupation in Australia.
The article that got my interest in the first place HERE by Paul White is an extract from "exposure" magazine, Vol 2 No.6, 1996, as I understand, printed in Australia.
*Comment by Dr Gilbert, whom I found at http://www.zeta.org.au/~ptahotep/egypt/email.html who makes a detailed appraisal in favour of the Gosford Glyphs being fakes.
The Article itself contains presumptions which I ignore - & could bias the argument against proper investigation. The only claim I make is that 'glyphs' are there to be seen.
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In my own opinion, ... I don't have one. Nothing would surprise me less than Ancient Man blundering around uncharted waters. The cave findings are either an extraodinary attempt at a fake, & on a fairly large scale, or an extraordinary find. In any event, haphazard presumption is not good enough - to solve what could be a relatively simple problem of confirmation one only needs to be properly curious, ask the right questions.
WITHOUT THE BIAS OF CONVENTIONAL HISTORICAL PRECEDENT
e3Rb-left.jpg would mean
The carvings themselves are pretty uniform in depth & cut, except for the two or three that don't look like they belong anyway.
I should also say that the local area is a font of unusual aboriginal rock carvings as well.
While your here, you may as well go see what I do
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