posted on Jun, 13 2016 @ 04:27 AM
a reply to: megabyte
Cool thought! Farming coming from necessity!??...
I believe the story of the flood, comes with the rising of water stories (there are different tribal stories that speak of a time where the land was
bigger (before the water raised etc))...
Much research is needed by the host of this thread. Obviously!
Claiming that life expectancies are greater since civilization??
And that the time of the hunter/gatherer experience times of death??
The question assumes that Australias first people are hunter/gatherer and NOT farmer??
After some research, you should learn of how the aboriginal people made 'Bush Bread' with grinded wattle seeds and other native nuts etc...
When properly studied, you will learn that Australia's first people are the keepers of the oldest continuous living and practiced cultures of the
They had a Lore that pretty much governed every aspect of their lives, from their strict kinship & marriage Lores, to their hunting and tribal
boundary Lore's.. complete with religious/ritual dances & ceremonies etc
Here is a book written by Bill Gammage who does a great job at exploring the idea that Australias environment is actually by DESIGN, (they were here
for a very long time, perhaps enough time to build their own garden (supplied with the rarest of fruits and plants, so rich in nutrition, vitamins
With OZ being so young yet so old. Doing your own research is vital rather than relying on them old history books, where they speak of native savages
etc, is not going to be of any help when it comes to gaining some real knowledge.