Meteorite Messages from Kimberley Bush University
– New Creation anchoring in Australia
Powerful dreams of visiting elders, crashing meteorites, full moons, giant winking kids faces in the rocks, spectacular early season storms, and stunning rainbows were a clear green light for the new energy of creation being anchored in the remote Australian outback. Spirit Safaris run adventure learning Songline Safaris across Australia including around Uluru, Kakadu, Central & Tanami Deserts and the Kimberley with Bush University elders. Journeys are typically 6-14 days experiencing powerful, remote rock art sites and learning with Aboriginal elders – Ask for tour details
Meteorite Messages for new creation (full story)
Aboriginal elders agree – we need to bring black and white kids to these remote rock art sites – sit them down together in the caves and share with them the knowledge. This was the discussion around the campfire as Paddy (gently) exclaimed “Look at that !” – and we all turned to see a massive green ball of light trailing an orange flame go screaming across the sky. Waine said he could hear it, we all sat wide eyed at this amazing sight. Most meteorites fade quickly but this one just kept on going – we expected to see it crash, but it disappeared after seemingly ages, behind trees.
This big green light and our dreams that night were clear messages to expand the powerful teachings of connecting with the land, rock art and the wisdom Aboriginal people have to offer. The next night we were singing rainsongs, and two days later on entering the Bungle Bungles sacred landscape, we were greeted by a cleansing storm, a full two months ahead of season – so much rain the Tanami track was closed for a few days.(This adds to the theory that singing in rain works – and we are experiencing drought because we are not singing up the land – as Aboriginal people have done for millennia.)
As we entered the powerful energies of the Cathedral site in the Bungle Bungles, the full moon rose to greet us, and a lone giant Jabiru bird watched our progress. After our group sang some gentle songs together, a giant child’s face appeared in the rock – winking at us – as an affirmation of a job well done of supporting the new creation for future generations.Later after processing film we had taken before entering the Cathedral, further affirmation was provided of our experience and approval by having inadvertently captured a “kiddie wink” from a smaller “winking” bee hive dome (see photo).
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Article by Richard O’Neill