A Language of the Ancients – Australia

Later in this feature I will share with you some more astonishing illustrations which faded from normal sight over millennia.

This time I have to thank Michael Langley – independent researcher in Australia for the target material. Michael works with others similarly motivated to search the land in an attempt to highlight evidence pointing back to a lost sophisticated people from the mists of time.

As usual, target photographs were subject to deep digital analysis, and in some cases the best combined adjustments were then delineated down to single pixel level to profile any images found; before finally adding shading to highlight them even more.

But first, with thanks to Michael, I would like to offer an abridged summary of the article and some of the pictures featured. All of them produced results – but for them to be viable for sharing they had to be strong enough for this medium. This eliminated many of them. The article is needed for context.  The Reveal follows the article.

This then is from Michael’s article ::: A Rock In Time :::

This article is written from within the Bambara State forest otherwise known as the Brisbane Waters National Park. Our team works within this traditional country looking for sites that some have sat there hindered by those that would see it destroyed, for in some cases, a very long time. Our team is a research team that works with the traditional owners of this land under the guidance of Gavi Duncan, Graham King, Nina Anglo & Steve and Evan Strong. And this is just one of the interesting rocks our team has managed to come across.


This sandstone rock has, as you can see, had some amazing work done on it. It is approx.. 1.5mtrs tall and approx. 1 meter across. It has what are called shells on both sides, (or hollowed-out sections) These are said to ‘ramp up’ the energies of the stone – enabling a connection with the standing energies and their memory field. One shell shows surviving pigment still embedded to the sandstone – a beautiful green.

There are assorted marking and sculptured areas on the outer exposed surface of this rock, and the first thing we noticed is what looks to be a Goanna/snake/dinosaur head2

You can clearly see the shape of the head, along with the eye and mouth. It has a crack starting just above its mouth and runs back through the head and down the neck area. You can see that the area around the chin rises slightly. The top of the head has a small indentation before following the same line of the head.



As you can see from this elevation, the face laps around the side of the rock. From this side the eye and mouth are far more visible. You can also see the changes along the muzzle or nose, and the varying shape around the eye. Right below the head are a pair of grooves going across the face of the rock, you can see the smaller grooves around this area, we will get into more detail later with the shapes around the grooves. There is the same groove pattern on the bottom part and a small amount on one side as in the following pictures



The bottom has similar grooves on the lower portion of the rock as well as marks and lines going out from the grooves. With the last set of markings we are unsure of who made them at this stage, though we continue to investigate threads, as well as look for correlating patterns with any new discoveries on all additional sites we discover. (The next pic below is inverted)


The one thing we can say about this rock, is that at this stage these markings cannot be positively identified as Original People’s work and possibly from an older epoch. At any rate it appears someone has left us with a rock out of time. Looking over these last pictures you can see markings and spots than can identify this as all one rock. This is from one of 5 sites our team is currently looking at. And this doesn’t include the Kariong glyph site. With the guidance of the Original Custodians of this country we all work towards the protection and preservation of this wonderful culture and history.

(Shell) is a colloquial terminology applied to the geological artefact of a hollow shell-shaped amphitheatre type formation that occurs in sandstone. These formations occur in many locations, though strikingly occur more often in conjunction with lines of energy or vortices. As we have been informed they are often used as meditation or singing places and in this regard seem to parallel the use of, or one of the uses of, dolmens in the northern hemisphere. (pers com Trevor Wie)


It is time to take an alternative look to see what the naked eye cannot detect. It has become overwhelmingly clear to us that a very long time ago, sophisticated illustrations were being produced massively on rock surfaces above and below ground. These have very strong generic traits and memorialize common scenes, even in different parts of the world. Time and time again we find representations of foundering ships with animal and theriomorphic figures. This particular rock did not disappoint, especially on the reverse side where the rock had been scooped out to form a substantial shell shape…. The rock and the shell were covered in etchings and illustrations… Now judge for yourself, starting with a frontal of the rock as-is…..


Focusing to the lower portion as-is


Starting to give an inkling with this adjustment. Look closely, especially to the features emerging from the lower section


Now focusing with greater emphasis under a different adjustment.. before seeing what is really there in the following picture after delineation and colour shading.



It is time to turn to the other shell side of the rock to see it as-is. I had to stretch the original picture to a wider canvas to be able to extract the images. This was also a good example of the need for perfect photo captures to combat extreme differences in shade (always the enemy of photo-analysis.)


This then is a cropped top section above the shell. It would take quite a bit of study to determine the few shapes and shades I have highlighted, but there are actually boats shown here also… No part of the surface has been missed with the etchings and illustrations but these can best be seen with further examination (enlarged further) on your own computer screen.


And at last we come to the shell itself. It was possible to see the preview view on the picture above, but when we center it properly, the results emerge as per the following three pictures……. The first beginning to reveal ::::


Secondly showing the head-banded figure on the right within the deepest part of the shell, (with a lot more detail if you allow your eyes to adjust for study.)


And….. Finally lightened up as far as was safe in order to see the delineations of illustrated forms surviving in the surface.


This was the best I could extract from the photo quality presented. However while passing the target pictures through the full colour spectrum and other adjustments I was able to confirm the entire surface was worked in similar fashion.

Stay tuned to these pages for the next reveal:: You will barely believe what Kariong has to offer …




(1) FB :: From :: https://www.facebook.com/groups/380062128751110/  :::

Forgotten Origin: The Out Of Australia Theory

FB.. Melody Locks It looked like a face to me. Maybe on a different angle it would more so.


Melody Locks Maybe I just see faces in everything…


Melody Locks The stone wall it was leaning against, looked interesting as well.

Richard Gabriel Different levels Melody. The rock was carved with figuring on a gross level. Then illustrations and faint etchings were used to create cameo scenes within the spaces. Finally micro images were used to fill every blank space remaining. At each level the sub-images were carefully woven to accommodate the next level of images. As indicated in the blog feature – it is only possible to study the micro cameos and imagery if each picture is saved/as to your own full computer screen to be examined at even greater magnification. Each level is a world of its own, but compliments the theme of the grosser images they are a part of… The delineation is also done at micro level, with the drawing lines at one or two pixel width …and the shading is simply for greater emphasis of the focal depth of the images.:::::: Take another look at the adjusted version of picture you featured above. It took every ounce of willpower to resist drilling right down into the micro/fractal images. I had tried to concentrate on the larger carved forms on the surface… Look as deep (enlarged) as you can to get to the detail that is there ::::::































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