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SCENIC reaches 200,000 views! Updates and 2 1/2 year Report…

SCENIC reaches 200,000 views! Updates and 2 1/2 year Report… SCENIC is glad to announce that we have passed the mark of 200,000 views, from nearly 80,000 visitors, after two and a half years since launching the website. We gratefully thank all our readers, our 3220 followers, our contributors and supporters for making the Sasquatch… Continue reading SCENIC reaches 200,000 views! Updates and 2 1/2 year Report…

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Blue Mountains Dreamtime (with photos)

Blue Mountains Dreamtime (with photos), by SunBôw In the Dreamtime or Dreaming, creator spirits dreamed the world into existence, formed the land, shaped the mountains and directed the rivers on their courses. Among the many of them that are known, the most famous are Baiame / Boamie, Bunjil, the Wandjina, the Rainbow Serpent  with her… Continue reading Blue Mountains Dreamtime (with photos)

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More about the Bunyip, mysterious large black panther-like marsupials

More about the Bunyip, mysterious large black panther-like marsupials, by SunBôw This last week, I have been talking with Uncle Andy, a knowledgeable Elder of the Dharug Original Custodians of these Blue Mountains and of Sydney area, the first contacted tribe by the British who wrongly called them Eora, which means ''our people'' in their… Continue reading More about the Bunyip, mysterious large black panther-like marsupials

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A Cryptid well alive: the Marsupial Lion or Bunyip

A Cryptid well alive: the Marsupial Lion or Bunyip, by SunBôw Life on this amazing planet never runs short of unexpected surprises and new wonders to discover. When a legend becomes reality, reality enters the legend. When you wonder what next could happen, life finds ways to manifest the unsuspected new experience and teaching for… Continue reading A Cryptid well alive: the Marsupial Lion or Bunyip

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Lyrebird Song and Dingo-Man Magic

Lyrebird Song and Dingo-Man Magic, by SunBôw Greetings to all our readers and followers, It's been a while since our last posts, due to the current circumstances making traveling more difficult than usual with less stories to share, while I was kept busy on other research projects, but finally here is an occasion to catch… Continue reading Lyrebird Song and Dingo-Man Magic