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Originally posted by rxnnxs
Originally posted by chrisonabike
reply to post by ceekay
I think thats a good idea..And I'd be prepared to give the song away for free..But I'll see what the boys think..
not more than a handful people read chrisonabike's handover of the song arizona. instead, all are askingn questions about what he thinks or likes...
please chris, let the interested ones (ceekay, _Mony_,Sodom, me and WHO?) try this at home :-)
[edit on 19/5/2008 by rxnnxs]
Australia's Aborigines Still Dream Upon the Stars
By James Carter
The Aborigines' knowledge of the Southern sky was extraordinary. They not only made complex and highly accurate observations of first- and second- magnitude stars, but also viewed those down to fourth magnitude as well. That's no mean feat, given the latter's faintness and the Aborigines' reliance upon the naked eye and primitive recording techniques.
Once the ancestors had created all things, they retired back to the sky and became a part of all things they created -- the soul of that which they had created. These journeys became Aboriginal Dreamtime Law, which is portrayed in all the art, stories, song, dance and social patterns which the Aboriginal tribes held to so dearly.
On January 26, 2008 residents from Orange and LA County, Anaheim, and Brea, California were witness to a very unusual but spectacular UFO event. Numerous people watched as an object fell from the night sky and to their amazement it came to a complete stop while in flight.
There ended up being two extremely bright objects that sat stationary for a short time, then moved back and forth as if they were lost.