The Oldest STORYTELLE®S by Tjasa Pegan Leversund


by Tjasa Pegan Leversund

"We don't own the land, the land owns us" Welcome to my tour around Australia!

The fascinating rainforest! Here live(d) the oldest storytellers on this tiny planet. We know them as the Aboriginal people of Australia!

Special skills helped them build canoes for fishing & commuting. The serpent is the Creation Being, often found in art and mythology.

Ceremonies that include body painting, fire, dancing, songs and storytelling bring the reality of the Dreamtime into the present.

The Dreamtime means to see and understand the creation. We all are part of connections that can be traced to the ancestors of the Dreamtime.

"We are all visitors to this time, this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow, to love..."

Choose to respect their law and culture by not climbing Uluru (Ayers rock). It has great spiritual significanse to them!

White people cannot own 40,000 or 60,000 years of Aboriginal culture. Today, Sorry Day is a national day and chance to reconciliate! RESPECT

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