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Aboriginal dreamtime

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Lucy Wilson

on 2 August 2012

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Transcript of Aboriginal dreamtime

Aboriginal Dream time The Aboriginal dreamtime is the stories
of how land, nature, sea, sky and spirits formed It all started a long time ago, almost 40,000 years ago when the aborigines told their stories of how the world became what is is today Dreamtime is the bibles Adam and eve
Avorigines did'nt have computers so they had to find a way to entertain one an other for many years and decided to tell stories of eartch, sky, land and life. Some examples of dream time stories are like why birds have colours and why owls today are unharmed The dreamtime is the Aboriginal
understanding of the world, of its creation and of it's greatness.
It's also the Aborigines "beggining" of knowledge. The Dreaming world was the old time of the Ancestor Beings. They emerged from the earth at the time of the creation. Time began in the world the moment these supernatural beings were "born out of their own Eternity". According to the Aborigines, the earth was a flat surface, in darkness. A dead, silent world. Unknown forms of life were asleep, below the surface of the land. Then the supernatural Ancestor Beings broke through the crust of the earth form below , with trummendous force.
The sun rose out of the ground. The land received light for the first time. THANKS FOR WATCHING My Question:
Why did the aborigines create deamtime Introduction of dreamtime
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