by Robert J. Lee
October 26, 2018
published in CairnsNews in 2015
first published by Cairnsnews 25th September 2015.
inundated with inquiries about the real ancestry
Aborigines so we have republished it here today
The Catalyst, Volume 1, Issue 2.
Aboriginal land claims, native title and land rights are based on a
false anthropological premise and are totally fraudulent according
to astounding new Australian archaeological discoveries and recent
The delusion of 40,000 years of dreamtime mantra is the product of
According to Alfred Cort Haddon, a turn of the century figure
revered today as the 'founding father' of British anthropology, the
aborigines were clearly "pre-Dravidian" people from South India.
In Haddon's 1909 book, The Races of Man, he asserts that,
originally inhabited by Papuans, or
Negritoes, who wandered on
the extreme south of the continent.
Later, a pre-Dravidian race migrated to Australia and overran
the continent, absorbing the sparse aboriginal population.
Thus, said Haddon, the original aborigines were either "driven
off, exterminated or even partially assimilated."
have a real problem, should they try to dismiss Haddon's findings.
If they dismiss this work
of the oligarchy's icon of the time, they are also discrediting the
man who led the famous 1898 Cambridge Anthropological expedition to
the Torres Strait, upon whose findings the High Court heavily relied
Eddie Mabo case.
Mabo was from Murray Island upon which Haddon and his researchers
had concentrated their study.
In the remarkable work, Cape York - The Savage Frontier,
Queensland author Rodney Liddell asserts, from studying the
Jardine diaries, the original Negritoes were hunted down and wiped
out by invading aborigines from India.
The tip of Cape York was one of the major landings used by the
invaders who arrived in either canoes or on rafts.
Archaeologists in 1973 decided to look for campsites and other
evidence on the Cape, finding fire places and middens. Although
unreliable, carbon dating of shells and other organic matter was
To the horror of the investigating academics, the best they could
come up with was between 600 and 1,100 years of occupation by the
This petroglyph of Anubis, found in NSW,
Egyptian deity, son of Osiris
conducted the dead to judgment
These aborigines from India were an extremely violent, savage and
cannibalistic race who mercilessly hunted down the smaller Negritoes.
It would be impossible to accurately calculate the number of
Negritoes massacred by the aborigines, but based on the evidence it
would be fair to say at least 150,000 were wiped out over a long
In modern terms this would be classed as genocide.
This process evidently occurred into the modern era, because
pre-1770 explorers such as William Dampier, who visited West and
Northern Australia in the late 1600s, described the existence of a
race of people with "hair curled like the Negroes" - clearly not the
Early explorers and settlers such as the Jardines who settled Cape
York wrote how they witnessed the Negritoes being hunted down like
kangaroos by the taller aborigines.
The island of
Tasmania offers some interesting evidence in attempting to date
when Aborigines came here from India.
There is geological evidence indicating that there were once
land bridges joining the Australian mainland to Papua New Guinea
These land bridges were covered by flooding some four and a half
thousand years ago.
This accords with the biblical account of a world-wide flood as
well as other similar accounts found in the early histories and
folklore of most cultures of the world today.
Aboriginal legends also contain such allegories.
The discovery of the remnants of Noah's Ark lodged on Mount
Ararat in Turkey in 1948, proves conclusively the biblical
recount of a great flood.
dreamt up by lying anthropologists
Last century Anthropologists recorded that no aborigines of the type
found in most of Australia today, lived in Tasmania at the time of
European settlement - only a "curly - haired" people, presumably the
Papuans (Negritoes) Haddon referred to.
These died out some time after European settlement.
The reason this particular race of Papuans survived ravages of the
aborigines, was due to the aborigines having lost the art of sea
travel, through degeneration from a higher culture.
This would have prevented the marauding tribes from travelling
across the Bass Strait.
Anthropologists have dreamt up the fallacy of 40,000 years of
dreamtime and then tried to substantiate their lies by Carbon 14
dating rock art and other organic remains.
This methodology has now been discredited by most responsible
scientists, who have labeled it as erratic and highly inaccurate.
It was developed in the 1940s by Professor Libby who acknowledged
that the method was only good for dating material between 5,000
years and at the most 10,000 years.
However scientists have found these parameters to be far too
Carbon 14 occurs naturally in the atmosphere. It combines with
oxygen to form carbon dioxide that is absorbed by vegetation, which
in turn is eaten by animals and humans.
After death, the amount of C14 found in a specimen should decrease.
The C14 content of a live specimen is then compared to that of the
dead one, but the age factor is calculated by guesswork.
The method is so unreliable, that a recently killed seal gave a C14
date of 1,300 years, live snail shells showed and age of 27,000
years and the shells of living mollusks were dated at 2,300 years.
This concurs with present day archaeological evidence such as
relatively modern rock art and organic remains, despite so-called
carbon dating which has been proven beyond a doubt to be
The arrival of
There is now conclusive evidence ancient Egyptians arrived in
Australia long before the pre-Dravidian Indians, or Australian
An extensive gallery of Egyptian sandstone petroglyphs accidentally
found several years ago in NSW, and dated at least 232 BC, has
yielded evidence of Egyptian expeditions circumnavigating and
settling parts of Australia, New Zealand and Polynesia.
A rock art expert, accredited by the Department of Aboriginal and
Islander Affairs (who declined to be named in fear of heresy
accusations by the ruling academic junta), told The Catalyst he
visited the secret New South Wales site in 1995.
After some basic
translation by an Australian academic, these beautifully preserved
hieroglyphics depicted a Pacific sea voyage by an Egyptian
expedition seeking precious metals whilst trying to circumnavigate
He said the engravings were definitely of Egyptian origin and the
work of an artisan who could only have come from that period.
aborigine was responsible for this incredible work, and indeed
local aborigines have said it is not theirs," he said.
This evidence opposes the
misconceived belief that aborigines are indigenous to Australia, a
misconception nurtured by British-trained anthropologists over the
last 120 years for the ultimate benefit of the London based
financial oligarchy, which is pushing for the establishment of a
separate aboriginal nation state.
The expert said most Australian and probably most overseas
anthropological academia would not accept the discovery of this
previous "missing link" in Australian archaeology.
"They will wriggle
and squirm, avoiding at all cost, this outstanding
He said it would leave
the reputations of some academics in tatters and force an axiomatic
change in the way our historians and educators viewed present day
"It will turn upside
down all of the pet theories and dogma of those benefiting the
burgeoning aboriginal industry and have a significant legal
impact on the whole notion of land rights," he said.
How was it that the
Egyptians were able to so accurately embark on a circumnavigation of
the world, at a time when it was thought to be flat?
One of the greatest discoveries of ancient times was made in the
third century BC by the Libyan scientist and member of Plato's
Eratosthenes, who based his
discovery that the world was round, not on his senses but by what he
He observed two obelisks of
ancient Egypt, that were separated
by some 490 miles, throw shadows at different angles, which could
not happen if the world was flat.
Since no one had ever
seen the earth was round until modern space travel, Eratosthenes
could only discover that reality by using his mind to solve the
paradox presented to his senses.
By such creative discoveries of principle, man masters the universe
around him, something which no animal (or anthropologist) can do.
The key which unlocked the chain of events surrounding the origins
of the Australian aborigine has been provided by the brilliant New
Zealand marine biologist Professor Barry Fell, who became a
pioneer in philology and the virtual founder of the science of
epigraphy - reading old inscriptions from rocks.
In 1974 Fell deciphered some writings copied from a cave wall in
Irian Jaya, which together with other cave petroglyphs in Chile,
showed that an Egyptian expedition of 232-231 BC, based upon the
work of Eratosthenes, sailed across the entire Pacifica and
discovered America in 231 BC...
The navigator for the
six-ship fleet was a student of Eratosthenes' named Maui, and
the voyage was an attempt to circumnavigate the world, to prove the
earth was a sphere.
Fell had a remarkable meeting with a Honolulu based researched,
Ruth Hanner, who showed him copies of reports on ancient New
Guinea cave inscriptions.
They proved to be the bonanza Fell had been seeking for years.
They were contemporary records, etched on cave walls, giving details
of a migrant fleet of ancient Libyans and Egyptians some 22
References to the then ruler of Egypt, and to other prominent people
of Greek and Egyptian history, enabled the inscriptions to be dated
to about 230 BC, the 15th year of the reign of Pharaoh.
Fell later found a record
of an eclipse that enabled him to date the event to November 19, 232
BC, for the Harvard astronomers held records of every possible
eclipse going back 3,000 years.
The records had been made 40 years ago by a German expedition for
the University of Frankfurt am Main, though they have lain unread
The captain of the fleet was named Rata, and as Fell noted,
Rata and Maui are the mythological founders of all Polynesian
civilization, from Hawaii, down to Easter Island, across to New
Zealand, and back up to Hawaii.
This ground-breaking evidence clearly points to the fact that the
peoples of ancient Libya whom the Greeks called the "Mauri" became
the ancestors of today's Maori of New Zealand.
The extensive Egyptian petroglyph site in New South Wales, coupled
with the discovery of small pyramids in the Gympie district
and elsewhere, as well as Egyptian artifacts found in a ploughed
paddock in Far North Queensland all lend much credence to Fell's
Fleet commander Rata and navigator Maui were well-equipped for their
epic sea voyage, armed with the most up-to-date astronomical and
navigational aids based on the work of astronomer Eratosthenes.
Petroglyphs at the New South Wales site
depicting a Phoenician sea voyage to Australia,
The rise of
Barry Fell - Harvard Professor Emeritus
From investigating about 280 mysterious engravings or painted
inscriptions throughout Polynesia the allure of a long forgotten
civilization had whetted the appetite of Fell, who spent eight years
unraveling his theories on linguistics.
At Harvard University in 1964 he began a program of statistical
analysis, in the course of which the relative frequencies of the
Polynesian signs were compared with the corresponding frequencies of
sound in all the languages bordering on the Pacific.
The work was long and laborious, lasting eight years before a
breakthrough was made.
The signs showed a
distinct similarity to those used in Ancient Egypt and the sound
frequencies of modern Polynesian tongues showed a corresponding
By now progress became more rapid.
Soon he had generated the
first Egypto-Polynesian vocabulary, resolving laws of phonetic
change by which the modern Maori language had apparently been
derived, originating from some tongues of the Egyptian group.
He also found numerous
parallels in the syntax of these languages.
claimed for Ptolemy III
At a Harvard seminar the November 1974, where Fell finally presented
his translations, it was concluded that the voyage of Rata
and Maui would probably follow a circuitous route according
to Eratosthenes' plan, landing on the west coast of America.
Therefore it could be expected to find similar inscriptions in
Fortunately, after learning of Fell's work, professor George F
Carter, Snr., of Texas A & M University who had an
interest in ancient petroglyphs, recalled a cave inscription he had
copied down from a German-language scientific journal published in
Chile, which he found at the Johns Hopkins University library in
Baltimore in the 1950s, when he was teaching in the geography
The inscription was copied in 1885 by Karl Skop, who had
taken shelter in a cave near Santiago during a storm.
Carter thought the script
was similar to the Polynesian inscriptions. He was right. As Fell
was able to translate it, the Santiago inscription gave the date as
the "regnal year 16," which would have been 231 BC.
"Southern limit of
the coast reached by Maui.
This region is the
southern limit of the mountainous land the commander claims, by
written proclamation, in this land exulting. To this southern
limit he steered the flotilla of ships.
This land the
navigator claims for the King of Egypt, for his Queen, and for
their noble son, running a course of 4000 miles, steep, mighty,
mountainous, on high uplifted. August day 5, regnal year 16."
If the Australian
inscriptions, which bear an uncanny resemblance to those of
Santiago, when fully translated, contain a similar message, then the
Australian aborigines will have great problems with their land
The inventory of objects found in (boy) King Tutankhamen's
Tomb as noted by Howard Carter who discovered it, lists at
least 11 boomerangs.
Surely they are strange
objects to find in the tomb of an Egyptian King, who died some 2,500
Did the Egyptians introduce boomerang technology to the early
Australian inhabitants - the Negritoes - then to be taken up by the
Another startling similarity between the Egyptian and aboriginal
cultures was found by Australian anatomist, Professor Grafton
Eliot Smith at the end of the 19th century.
It was the ancient Egyptian practice of mummification of the dead
among aboriginal tribes and Torres Strait Islanders.
Smith had examined hundreds of mummies in Egypt noting there were
certain precise and also highly unusual features in common, in the
cuts made in the body, which would be almost impossible to be
After having the internal organs removed from the corpse, then being
sun-dried on elevated timber 'drying-racks,' similar to the style of
the American Indians, the Australian mummies were wrapped in bark
cylinders and bound with rope made of plaited human hair and bark.
This Aboriginal burial cylinder (from Queensland)
containing a mummified child bears great resemblance
Egyptian mummification processes.
Budgeroo bark cylinder is tightly bound
human hair and Budgeroo bark plaited rope
estimated by an archaeologist to be
approximately 300 to 400 years old
The mummies were lodged in elevated holes or caves found in various
sandstone formations, then sealed with boulders or rocks.
After examining a Torres Strait mummy, Smith reported:
"I was convinced from
my knowledge of the technical details used in mummification in
ancient Egypt, that these Papuan mummies supplied us with the
most positive demonstration of the Egyptian origin of the
"Moreover, as they revealed a series of very curious procedures,
such as were not invented in Egypt until the time of the New
Empire, and some of them not until the XXIst Dynasty,
it was evident that the cultural wave which carried the
knowledge of these things to the Torres Strait could not have
started on its long course from Egypt before the ninth century
BC at the earliest."
What is probably the most
extensive record ever compiled about aboriginal mummies had been
meticulously kept by Queensland-based aboriginal rock art expert,
the late Graham Walsh, located in the famous
Gorge National Park.
Walsh's astounding and unique collection of bark cylinder mummies is
testimony to the findings of Smith et. al, and totally supports his
observations of a close connection between the funerary rites of
Egyptians and aborigines.
Paintings of the Kimberley
In 1837, Sir George Grey led an expedition to the Kimberley
region looking for an inland sea.
He was sponsored by the British Government and the Royal
Geographical Society. He was later knighted for his services to
administration South Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Therefore he was a man
whose impeccable establishment credentials make his discoveries hard
to dismiss, at a time when Britain preferred to push the "wild
savage" dogma to aid their colonization of Australia and New
On March 26 and 27, 1837 Grey came across two caves with
extraordinary paintings, clearly non-aboriginal.
He reproduces these in his 1841 Journals of two expeditions of
discovery in northwest and western Australia during the years 1837,
38 and 39.
Near one of the caves Grey also found and copied a two-foot high
carved European type head, which clearly was not of aboriginal
origin. This sculptured head apparently has never been
Grey noted of the carving:
"this rock was so
hard, that to have removed such a large portion of it with no
better tool than a knife and hatchet made of stone such as the
Australian native generally possesses, would have been the work
of very great labour… the ear was rather badly placed, but
otherwise the whole of the work was good, and far superior to
what a savage race could be capable of executing."
The well-protected cave
painting depicted dozens of human faces and shoulders (or busts),
carrying a head adornment surrounded by a halo, which strongly
resembled actual Egyptian mummies uncovered at Luxor and similar
tomb paintings found throughout ancient Egypt.
Modern anthropologists implicitly believe the
to be the work of aborigines.
Documented evidence of
actual aboriginal art found throughout Australia at the time of
European settlement consisted mainly of sandstone or other rock
etchings, carvings, stencil art and limited crude freehand drawings.
To claim the exquisite Wanjina, Bradshaw or even some of the
Queensland's quinkan art to be that of aborigines flied in
the face of most known sites sound in the southern part of
Australia, which consist of crude rock etchings, engravings or
mostly stencil art.
The aborigines of northern Australia, particularly in the case of
the Wanjina site say they are not responsible for the paintings, but
merely retouched them, apparently believing this to cause rain.
It is inconceivable the
aborigines painted the alphabetical script on the headdress of one
of the Wanjina paintings as captured by Grey.
Regarding Grey's own ideas
the origins of the Wandjina paintings,
anthropologist I. M. Crawford noted:
was very cautious in his statement about the
of these paintings, but in a footnote to his
of the expedition published by the Royal Geographical Society,
editor remarked that Grey believed the paintings to be
work of Asiatic people in Kimberley
Anthropologists as agents of influence
British-trained anthropologist, A.P. Elkin, spent a lot of
time and money over the years trying to discredit Grey's reports and
sketches of the Wandjina.
Rockefeller Foundation backed Elkin first when he saw the Wandjina site in 1927, and ever since then he refuted Grey's
To understand Elkin's mindset at the time, and his financial
backers, it should be noted that the Rockefeller Foundation put up
30,000 pounds - a huge fortune in 1924 - to finance field trips
which were often carried out under the aegis of the Australian
National Research Council, an arm of the London-run International
Elkin's career spanned from the mid-1920s, when he studied under the
'founding fathers' of British anthropology in London, such as,
...until his death in
1979 at the age of 88.
In 1933 he was appointed to the prestigious chair of anthropology at
the University of Sydney, only the third such anthropology chair in
the British Empire at the time. From this he dominated the field for
He authored the first major work on aborigines, The Australian
Aborigine. It was viewed as the last word on the subject, even
after its embarrassing racist overtones became a little
unfashionable in the 1960s.
The entire discipline of anthropology in Australia, particularly the
field expeditions that discovered alleged anthropological evidence,
was dominated from almost the very beginning, by the Rockefeller
After one year's indoctrination to anthropology in London, Elkin was
elected to the Royal Anthropological institute, and suddenly given a
"firm offer of a Rockefeller Fellowship" to do fieldwork for one
year among Kimberley aborigines.
He soon left for Australia to examine the Wandjina paintings.
He published his first
work on the Wandjina in the September-October 1930 edition of the
main anthropological journal of the day, Oceania: A Journal,
devoted to the study of the native peoples of Australia, New Guinea
and the islands of the Pacific.
He later became a long-time editor of this journal, which was
financially backed by various oligarchial groups such as the
Carnegie Foundation of New York.
In the article Elkin says:
"I can throw no light
on the origin of these paintings. The natives say they do not
make the wondjina (sic) paintings, only repaint them.
"Further, they say that black-fellows did not originally make
them, but the picture, 'Ialan wondiauina', that is, made
Elkin however, reported
something of much more value in his unpublished Kimberley journal:
"The natives say that
these and other similar paintings were made a great time ago by
Regarding Grey's own
ideas about the origins of the Wandjina paintings, fellow
anthropologist I.M. Crawford noted:
"Grey was very
cautious in his statement about the origins of these paintings,
but in a footnote to his account of the expedition published by
the Royal Geographical Society, the editor remarked that Grey
believed the paintings to be the work of Asiatic people in
History shows the rue
function of Rockefeller-backed British anthropologists entailed
extra-curricular activities often not in the best interests of the
The evidence points to Elkin's ulterior motive: an attempt to carve
out a separate aboriginal nation within Australia.
The first attempts to create a separate aboriginal state were
organized in the 1920s by the establishment-sponsored Australian
Communist Party, as part of its general assault on Australian
The Communist Party of Australia's newspaper, the Workers Weekly
ran a story entitled; 'Communist Party Fight for Aborigines: Draft
Program of Struggle Against Slavery,' which called for:
"The handling over to
Aborigines of large tracts of watered and fertile country, with
towns, seaports, railways, roads, etc to become one or more
independent states or republics.
The handing back to
the aborigines of all Central, Northern and North West Australia
to enable the aborigines to develop their native pursuits.
republics to independent of Australia or other foreign powers.
To have the right to
make treaties with foreign powers, including Australia,
establish their own army, governments, industries and in every
way be independent of imperialism."
This also was Elkin's
goal which he proclaimed in an October 1926 article in the
periodical, Voice of the North in which he called for a large
part of Arnhem Land to be returned to the aborigines and be governed
by them as a separate state.
At the time authorities took interest in Elkin's role with various
Communist Party activities, including its aboriginal work; his
chairing of a meeting of the Friendship with Russia League in
February 1945, and his membership of another Communist front, the
Association of Scientific Workers.
Aboriginal stencil and freehand art at Cathedral Cave
Central Queensland; estimated to be up to 500 years old.
anthropologists, archaeologists, available to highest bidder
Since aboriginal land rights were first implemented in the 1970s,
profound changes have taken place in resource-rich Australia.
The social and economic fabric of the nation has been subverted in
the name of mainstream anthropology, where academics have been
accused of being captured by aboriginal groups.
From the handover of Ayers Rock to the battle to block uranium
mining at Jabiluka, on the word of a handful of dissident
anthropologists, their testimony has cost the country billions of
The profession has finally realized it has an enormous credibility
problem, especially after the "secret women's business" instigated
Hindmarsh Island debacle.
Anthropologists admit credibility problem
On July 10, 300 professional anthropologists met in Sydney for their
annual conference to discuss among other things, their declining
One of our more distinguished anthropologists, Les Hiatt said
Australia faces a crisis of credibility.
"Any young anthropologist who publicly gives primacy to
scientific values risks becoming a pariah without a job."
In 1995 a Royal
Commission into the $68 million Hindmarsh Island affair found the
"secret women's business" was cooked up by aboriginal groups and the
so-called experts who supported them.
It began in 1989 when the South Australian Government approved the
building of a bridge between Goolwa, 83 km south of Adelaide and a
marina on nearby Hindmarsh Island, sited in the backwaters of the
Murray River estuary.
Some local groups protested against the development, but nothing was
done until a story emerged that the area was sacred to women from
the local Ngarrindjeri tribe.
Commissioner Iris Stevens, a retired judge, presided over the
inquiry, comprehensively demolishing the case for women's business.
She said in her decision:
business emerged in response to the need of the anti-bridge
lobby to provide something of a cultural significance to warrant
the making of a declaration by the federal minister… it was
unknown to the 12 dissident Ngarrindjeri who gave evidence… the
whole claim of the women's business from its inception was a
In 1970s it was
fashionable talk about the "genocide" inflicted upon the Tasmanian
aborigines, and to describe Truganini as,
"the last Tasmanian."
This is no longer
acceptable since anthropologists belatedly grasped the implications
for Tasmanian land rights - there would be no aborigines to claim it.
More recently there was the fight against gold mining at Coronation
Hill, the stopping of the gold platinum and palladium rich mine in
BHP estimated that several hundred jobs and $500 million in export
earnings were lost. Money, naturally not land rights, is the bottom
line in most of the hard-fought contests.
Two years ago, anthropologist Jeff Stead of the Northern
Territory's Northern Land Council in Darwin keyed 'land disputes'
into the council's new computer database.
He found that of the 50 files registered, six were solely of
lawyer's invoices, and a "major proportion" of the others were
devoted to billing matters, including substantial anthropological
Should this abundant and ground-breaking archaeological evidence be
called upon in a court case involving land rights, then an honest
judge would find it impossible to ignore its implications.
He would also be forced to ignore the hoax of modern anthropology.
The Native Title Act and its associated agencies including
the Native Title Tribunal would have to be thrown out.
The land seized by aborigines in the name of land rights would have
to be returned to governmental control, and used for the benefit of
all Australians. Governments would then have to ensure aborigines
were given adequate budgets to look after themselves, in much the
same way as ordinary Australians.
Our country could then return to normality...