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Greeted in Uluru with rain and a rainbow

Greeted in Uluru with rain and a rainbow, by SunBôw Just a few hours after our arrival in Uluru, we were blessed with rain and a rainbow. For the third time since we started our pilgrimage (December 30th, January 4th and 10th), rains poured along a straight line aligned with the ley line we have… Continue reading Greeted in Uluru with rain and a rainbow

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Central Outback: hottest place on Earth

Central Outback: hottest place on Earth, by SunBôw Today, it's 45 degrees out there, even too hot for the panting camels and roos. We're in Pitjanjatjara territory, only a few hours drive to Uluru, one last stretch, but we can only drive a few hours a day in this summer heat, as the car overheats… Continue reading Central Outback: hottest place on Earth

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Deep into the outback

Deep into the outback, by SunBôw Australia is rich in wonders, mysteries and secrets, much more than all that has been documented so far. There are extinct animals still living, like the marsupial lion. The desert hides stone alignments and circles resembling geoglyphs. Near the center of the country, there is a gigantic geo-sculpture in… Continue reading Deep into the outback

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Continuing our spiritual work

Continuing our spiritual work, By SunBôw Kagi Taka Nagi Hoka wrote:   ''Rain going straight down the ley line. We are north of Adelaide . Where the rain starts. My heart thanks all that have sent prayers.'' ---------------------------------- SunBôw's comment:   For the second time in a week, a straight line of rain appeared along… Continue reading Continuing our spiritual work

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Stone alignments, Min-min lights and other mysteries of Australia

Stone alignments, Min-min lights and other mysteries of Australia, By SunBôw Thanks for all your prayers and ceremonies, we had rain tonight in South Australia. Today we visited the museum in Adelaide which hosts the world's largest collection of Aborigines art and artifacts (see photos). Tonight, as everybody was asleep, I observed again like last… Continue reading Stone alignments, Min-min lights and other mysteries of Australia