The Importance of Laughter

Laughter is a mechanism everyone has. It is a part of universal human vocabulary. There are thousands of languages, hundreds of thousands of dialects, but everyone speaks laughter in pretty much the same way.” Babies have the ability to laugh before they ever speak. Children who are born blind and deaf still retain the ability to laugh. In other words, when you have very little else, you will still have the ability to laugh.

The Maidens and the Stars: Star Legends of Aboriginal Australia

In the Dreamtime, the cluster of stars which we know as the Pleiades were seven beautiful ice maidens. Their parents were a great mountain and an ice-cold stream that flowed from … Continue reading The Maidens and the Stars: Star Legends of Aboriginal Australia

We Used to Look After Each Other: The Ancient Relationship between Nature and Mankind

The Australian bushfire season in 2019–2020 includes a series of bushfires burning across Australia, mainly in the southeast. It has burned an estimated 10.7 million hectares, destroyed over 5,900 buildings and killed 28 people as of January 8, 2020, significantly more intense compared to previous seasons.

So, somewhere along the way, we have lost that love of nature that we have inherited from our ancestors. Now what can we do to get it back?

The More Languages You Know… : Learning Languages in the Ancient World

In South Australia, a tribe in Encounter Bay tells this story: In remote time an old woman, named Wurruri lived towards the east and generally walked with a large stick in her hand, … Continue reading The More Languages You Know… : Learning Languages in the Ancient World

New Release – TIME MAPS: Australia, Early Sea Voyages and Invasions

  The second volume of “Time Maps” by Dr. R.K Fisher and myself is now available through Amazon. Press this link to get your copy. “At least 10,000 years ago … Continue reading New Release – TIME MAPS: Australia, Early Sea Voyages and Invasions