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Cutting: Snake Spiral

LOVE THIS...found a site with FREE printable indigenous colouring in pages.and so many to choose from

Aboriginal Colouring Pages

LOVE THIS...found a site with FREE printable indigenous colouring in pages.and so many to choose from

Isn't it interesting that the solar symbol for aboriginals is a large circle with 8 small circles around it? That is quite an accomplishment considering most ancient civilizations didn't know about Neptune (and of course Pluto was a planet and then wasn't)

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Isn't it interesting that the solar symbol for aboriginals is a large circle with 8 small circles around it? That is quite an accomplishment considering most ancient civilizations didn't know about Neptune (and of course Pluto was a planet and then wasn't)

Every place, every People, has its own unique pedagogies. These 8 simple ones are merely a starting point for dialogue. Each school engages in a different way, and produces its own unique frameworks for Aboriginal education through dialogue with the community about local ways of doing things.

Every place, every People, has its own unique pedagogies. These 8 simple ones are merely a starting point for dialogue. Each school engages in a different way, and produces its own unique frameworks for Aboriginal education through dialogue with the community about local ways of doing things.


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kamilaroi totems - Google Search

kamilaroi totems - Google Search

aboriginal symbol

Some aboriginal symbolism, It is best to stay away from this sort of thing as not to come off as culturally insensitive.

Kamilaroi tradition sees a ritual of circular rock formations on the ground used as part of the rite of passage ceremony. These circles are powerful symbols representing a totem or kinship. Trees surrounding the ceremonial site have often been carved to form part of the celebration.

Kamilaroi tradition sees a ritual of circular rock formations on the ground used as part of the rite of passage ceremony. These circles are powerful symbols representing a totem or kinship. Trees surrounding the ceremonial site have often been carved to form part of the celebration.

CLICK for dictionary; MAP: Kamilaroi region,  northern NSW, Australia: 4KB

CLICK for dictionary; MAP: Kamilaroi region, northern NSW, Australia: 4KB

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