Vesna Tenodi: From Stone Age to Space Age – Part 3 – The Truth about the Wanjina

th-pleistocene-coalition-sep-oct-2016 Vesna Tenodi: From Stone Age to Space Age – Part 3  – The Truth about the Wanjina

This article is dedicated to Ian Wilson, author of Lost World of the Kimberley, published in 2006, attacked by the Aboriginal industry for his “provocative” research of Bradshaw paintings attributed to a pre-Aboriginal race which he called the Bradshaw people. Australian cave art has a lot in common with Asian prehistoric art. In the Stone Age art of Indonesia as found on Sulawesi island animal drawings were dated to 35,000 years ago placing them among the oldest figurative depictions in the world.

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