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Sunday, December 10, 2017

Australian Aborigines and Dinosaurs

G'day ladies and Bruces. Educational systems utilize propaganda techniques quite effectively, so most of us can recite the dogmas in unison. The creed pertinent to this article is that dinosaurs became extinct about 65 million years ago. If you add the line about an asteroid impact causing the extinction, evolutionists who reject that concept may frown, but you'll be given a pat on the head and a food reward for your answer. Biblical creationists point out flaws in evolutionary doctrines, raise questions, and give evidence for recent creation — things Darwinian indoctrinators get on the prod when we present inconvenient evidence. This includes evidence from history, and possible modern sightings, of dinosaurs.

Australian aborigines have accounts of seeing dinosaurs in comparatively recent history
Credit: Pixabay / Gerd Altmann
Secularists get mighty angry when the controversial Angkor Wat stegosaurus carvings are discussed, and commence to doing hand waving because it threatens their paradigm. Similarly, the Australian aborigines have some interesting stories of various monsters. Some of these were clearly the stuff of legend, but others seem to have had a basis in history. Aborigines who have never seen fossils identified the critters based on legends handed down, and had some other startling things to say. The following article is from 1998, but still has some extremely interesting information that is not easily dismissed by intellectually honest folks. Evidence indicates that not only was the universe created, but this was far more recent than materialists want to accept.
The myths and legends of the Aboriginal people, including their accounts of the creation of the world, are known as the Dreamtime. Such stories feature monsters, of whom many are mythological. Others, however, may have reference to real creatures, the Aborigines even insisting on their past ‘flesh-and-blood’ existence. Some of them are reminiscent of animals regarded as prehistoric, which supposedly became extinct tens of thousands, or even millions of years ago.
Aborigines did not keep written records—their knowledge and traditions were passed orally from one generation to the next. Such oral traditions tend not to last more than a few hundred years without being distorted out of recognition. This would suggest that some of these animals may have still been living in Australia some two to three hundred years ago, or even more recently.
To read the rest of the article in its entirety, click on "Australia’s Aborigines … did they see dinosaurs?"