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The Birth Place of Kung-Fu

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posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 12:51 AM
Hello to all. I would like to present what I have discovered within the Ngarkat Conversation Reserve.
The "Ngarkat conservation reserve" in Victoria, Australia, is not a protected land mass for no reason. It appears to depict the birth place of Fung-fu as I will demonstrate with these images. What you see here is a multiperspective depiction of a man on a journey, riding ontop of a mammoth whilst the mammoth drinks from a pond and from another you see the same man, not on the mammoth, but sitting and standing beside a pond, communicating or "pondering" with a another Buddah. The larger buddah also appears to be symbolically associated with the Panda. Looks alot like Po from fungfu panda too. They could be sitting beside the sacred pool of tears hehe. With the smaller buddist character, his life appears to be symbolically visualised in the small boy crouching beside him and pictured growing bigger and bigger and more confident. The boy starts off shy and masked but finishes standing tall with his head held high. Also as we know, Michael Jackson passed away recently. He was quite an exceptional artist. I believe also he was well versed in the occult history of humanity.
I believe he may have possibly modelled himself on the slim, tall man seen in these images. He was a white-black man, with the same thin black stringy hair. He surrounded himself with children and masked himself and his children. The same as this man in these images.
This conservation reserve is just freaking amazing to me as I hope it is to you too.

p.s. The multiperspective images are formed by the light of the sun touching the surface of the earth and the images change as the sun moves across the sky casting shadows and light on different areas, forming different images. This is seen all over the world NOT just here. Thankyou for your time and curiousity.

For more on earth embossing imagery please view this:

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posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 01:26 AM
hehe i see completely different things when i look at it. Honestly it looks like a few of those outlines are guessed at.

A few such as the ape i can see, but others seem to be a stretch. Definitely interesting formations however.

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 01:36 AM
Not sure I'm following you. I don't get what elephants and birds and guys and a large penis(??) have to do with kung-fu. I apologize if I sound crass, but I know I saw one of those in there. Seriously, the one with the four birds...looks like they are fixin to have a snack or something.

Anyway, what does this have to do with Kung-Fu? You realize that most people probably belive that China, or Tibet would be a more likely birthplace for such a thing. (in my kung-fu class we had to learn chineses numbers)

Is australia somehow connected to China? Do aborigines practice any sort of martial arts? if so, is it similar to kung-fu?

And you DID mean kung-fu, right? cuz that's what the title said, but in the body of your post you wrote fung-fu. is that something different? Like saying it with a bad accent or something?

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 01:40 AM
Interesting. Although it looks like someone just scribbled on some pictures. lol

[edit on 27-6-2009 by Shamrock87]

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 01:51 AM
With all due respect. (don't you hate it when they start like that?)

I searched and searched but couldn't find the connection with kung-fu. With the help of my lovely and talented wife, however, we WERE able to locate both Babar the elephant AND Miss Piggy.

The rest of it, I'm afraid I am just not enlightened enough to perceive.

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 02:35 AM
With respect, the images you've presented are pretty much a mess of randoms shapes, you can pick from them what you'd like.

As for it being the birthplace of Kung Fu, the term Kung Fu is used in reference to general achievement, outside of martial arts.
Wushu is a better term, as it references Martial Arts directly.
Even more importantly, this is in reference directly to China, and Chinese Martial arts, though it has been used as a loose term referencing various types of martial arts.

Kung Fu

Now, you could say that martial arts had a birth place there, as being separate from simple fighting for survival, and becoming something that was training, improved upon, and passed on. However, you can not state such from these pictures.

[edit on 27-6-2009 by RuneSpider]

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 02:56 AM
reply to post by Exoviewer

Some interesting anologies! I dont think Australia really has anyhting to do with the origins of Kung-Fu.
Some of your pictures are very ambitious. But others do have a startling similarity to Eagles etc.
I dont think these msses photographed are constructed such as the Nazca Lines, or the pictures in Dover for example.
Do you know what these formations consist of?

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 03:28 AM
reply to post by KRISKALI777

I Googled it, apparently this is a pretty sandy area, and looking it up on Google maps shows a few different images depending on the level you view at it, seems like the images are formed from sand erosion.
The images are taken at different times of the year, and show vegetation growing in some spots.

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 03:45 AM
Thank you for your respectfull comments and questions. When I say Kung Fu,I mean K'ung-Fu-Tzu or in English, Confucius (551-479bc) and not him specifically, but of what he represents in the world. So I'm talking about the birth place of PHILOSOPHY. These images depict when knowledge was passed on from one to another. The birth place of knowledge. Knowledge is power. Its like the having one of the greatest forms of self protection known to man. KUNG FU. Thats why Kung-Fu and Confucius share the same word.
Yes I believe the aborigines are the originators of Buddhism and Hinduism.
Please check out my thread on asking the question as to why at least eastern black cultures don't have a traditional written language like the rest of the world.
I believe the originators of western philosophy are the african blacks and the originators of eastern philosophy are the Eatern Blacks and there language was Hieroglyphs. I believe also that they have no written language because there cultures were dispersed thus confusing their language or they were barred from drawing or writing. In the slideshows of australia provided here, you will see that there is a massive land embossing of geneesh in western australia. On the south-eastern side of Australia there are land sculpures of a buddha recieving knowledge from a reptillian under a Peach tree.
Both characters are double depicted as animal characters which describe their personalities. Buddha is a Panda and the Reptillian is a Turtle. Or Po and Oogway. Yes, the entertainment Industry put alot of occult history in film and literature. It's kinda their job in a way. Think about how many films and books and fairy tales etc have had a Turtle as a wise character. The Turtle and the Hare, Disc world- The world is held up by ELEPHANTS and TURTLES, Kung fu Panda - Wise man Oogway,Teenage mutant ninja turtles. The list goes on. Im sure you all can think of more with a Possitive reference on the Turtle. It's time people started really thinking about these images, because I know from experience from showing these images to poeple personally, that it is not a matter of seeing them or not seeing them, its a matter of trusting what your eyes CAN see. Its not so unbelievable that we live on an spherical atomic structure with all the land purposely "graffittied" with yet uncountable artworks that are damaged by conflict and time.

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 04:01 AM
reply to post by RuneSpider

Yes this is right. Proof that sun light and shading dictate what perspective the image is in can be achieved by switching to google streets in google earth. Do this over the reserve and you will see that they completely different . because they were shot at differnt times of the day or year. Think for a second just how much effort it would have been for nasa or who ever, to take these images at the same time to get the same lighting effect. Its amzing. Australia has been especially taken care of in regards to the satelite imagery. Compare Australia with other areas of the world and you see how well they have alligned the images in Australia. China and Africa are both pretty messy in comparison. Well done I say!

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 04:53 AM
reply to post by Exoviewer

I think you may find that Taoism is probably more akin to the practices of Kung Fu than Confucius. The Taoist monks were the inventors of such martial gems as: The Eight Pieces of Brocade, Tendon/Muscle changing Chi Kung etc.
Confucius was a more political philosophy.
And sorry Hinduism and Buddhism have not one iota in common with Australian Aboriginals! Are you serious with that

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 05:24 AM

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 05:28 AM
reply to post by MastaG

Ufo's and Greys as well

posted on Jun, 27 2009 @ 08:53 AM
reply to post by KRISKALI777

You are right. The aborigines and all other eastern black cultures have nothing in common now. But in ancient times it seems they played a significant role in the origins of eastern Religion and philosophy. Judging by what I have seen and heard and yes I am serious about what I believe in.
Here are some images of Uluru (Ayres Rock) and its surrounding areas which appears not to be just a lump of rock. It is also a sacred site. Why? Why would a single solid lump of rock in the middle of Australia be considered religiously significant? Here it appears is why.

Earth (round) australia in the middle and Picture a Buddha in the middle of Australia.

Now we have Uluru. A circle, Australia in the middle and the remains of what appears to have been a buddha in the middle of Australia. Nothing left but the base of the buddha statue.

Just put a black mans head over the top of this asian mans head.

The Pyramids of giza align up with irion's belt and it appears Uluru and certain circular areas around it may also align with the southern cross. As these images will show.

Uluru and its surroundings from a higher viewpoint also has a new look.

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