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Yowie in ancient rock art


Yowie in ancient rock art

Australia is known for its tens of thousands of ancient rock paintings, including the oldest paintings on our planet. The most extended rock art galleries are found in Arnhem Land. Many of those paintings represent humans and animals in everyday scenes, but an important proportion depict mythical beings of the Dreamtime like Baiame, the Wandjina, or the Rainbow Serpent. This particular illustration from Maliwawa seems to show a Yowie, a Humanoid with hair all over its face, body and limbs. Not too surprising, since the Originals of this land have kept the closest connection with our Hairy Humanoid Elder relatives…

Photo source: Ancient Origins

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