posted on Apr, 26 2013 @ 09:53 PM
"This Australian rock painting utilized the distinctive Aboriginal X-ray style, showing the internal bones and organs. The largest and main figure
at the top is a Creation Ancestor known as Namondjok. To the right is Namarrgon, or Lightening Man, who generates the tremendous lightening storms
that occur during the rainy season. The arc around his body represents the lightening, while the axes on his head, elbow, and feat are used to split
the dark clouds, creating thunder and lightening. The female figure beneath Namondjok is Barrginj, the wife of Lightening Man, while the people below
her, elaborately dressed, are perhaps on their way to a ceremony"(Strayer 15).
Strayer, Robert W. Ways of the World, 2nd Ed. [S.l.]: Bedford Bks St Martin'S, 2012. Print.