Last week it was reported that ancient Aboriginal sites had been discovered underwater dating back thousands of years, proving that the heritage of the Indigenous people in Australia really is something to behold.
Indigenous Australians are people with familial heritage to groups that lived in Australia before British colonisation. They include the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia.
The time of arrival of them on the continent and nearby islands is a matter of debate among researchers, but one man in particular who is dedicated to telling their story is Steven Strong.
Along with his son Evan, Steven believes that they have rediscovered a hidden history: The Out of Australia Theory, after being in consultation with Elders of Australia for several years.
An Australian Aboriginal elder is defined as “someone who has gained recognition as a custodian of knowledge and lore, and who has permission to disclose knowledge and beliefs”.
Speaking to Uspire, Steven explained: “I was originally involved as a teacher in writing the Aboriginal Studies course for senior students at high school, as I spent more time with parents and Elders, I realised it was primarily wrong.
“I tried to convince the Board of Studies to rewrite the course and got nowhere, so I resigned and started writing books.”
Together, Steven and Evan have written five books, that rewrite the history of Australia and the world.
“Our books’ main brief is to prove through the scientific fact that which the Elders insist is true,” Steven continued.
“We have assembled facts about archaeological finds, and also early contact accounts, genetics, Serpent myths, Dreaming stories, Amerindian myths, parallels in religious texts, etc into one coherent theory.
“Unlike the authorities in one field who are limited in their specialty, we draw all the disciplines together and attempt to resolve the confusion. But we actually prefer to keep our message purely positive. The way things are right now, there is enough negativity.”
Steven and Evan’s claims are supported by genes, mtDNA, blood and many experts, that Australian Original people set sail from Australia – not to – 50,000 years ago.
They claim that Australian Original people sailed to and settled in America over 40,000 years ago, and visited many other places including Egypt, Japan, Africa and India. They were the first Homo sapiens who evolved before the Sapiens of Africa, and who gave the world art, axes, religion, marine technology, culture, co-operative living, language and surgery.
“The debate over whether they were the first people in America is virtually a closed case,” Steven explained. “Hundreds of bones and skulls have been discovered that are undeniable of ‘Australian Aboriginal’ origin. What it all means has had even the experts mystified.
“Professor Clive Gamble claims we ‘have to construct a completely new map of the world, and how it was peopled’, so we are responding to the call and attempting to clear up the confusion.”
Their latest work has involved bringing awareness to the sacred sites of the Aboriginals – some which have already been destroyed. The father and son duo are holding a series of online conferences, with the second one taking place on Saturday 11 July.
“Two of the sites, Kariong glyphs and the Standing Stones, are still under threat and in particular the Kariong site is under immediate threat and is now a very major part of our second presentation,” Steven explained.
“Our aim is to inform people about the prophecy of December 21 at Uluru and convince them that it is true and give hints in how to prepare for this positive change where the Schumann Resonance remains in the hundreds, forever.
“We are all about the positive light at the end of the tunnel. The Conference, and those still to follow are centred around what every Elder is telling us. We do the science, archaeology, bones, metal objects etc. that empirically prove Aliens were here,” he continued.
“It is all a combined approach seeking out different angles and content. The Elders want us to continue in presenting more info pertaining to the change up until the date.”