I did not know about the Tassili paintings from the Sahara.
I will however post some more from the GG Q&A 16, Aboriginal eugenics, p223
While there are some disagreements between the God Gametes theory and the claims of Steven and Evan Strong we hold their work to be of fundamental importance. They have assembled irrefutable evidence that Australian Aborigines, and their culture, dispersed around the world. The dates that this happened are of little concern to our model and, if in fact Aborigines did physically journey to other places, their mode of transport is of no relevance to our underlying God Gametes hypothesis.
We may not believe all the claims of Steven and Evan Strong but the evidence that the Australian Aborigines were the first evolved species is strong and the physical evidence that they turned up in the Americas is irrefutable. And the fact that Australian Aborigines made it to the Americas is inexplicable in terms of the mainstream historical paradigm. So let us look at what we know happened and what might be its significance.
There are undeniable links between the Australian Bradshaw art, the American Anasazi rock paintings and the African Dogon culture.
Bradshaw rock art
Image from Lonely Planet
Anasazi rock art
Image from Pixdaus
Image from Ursispaltenstein
Dogon ceremonial costumes
Image from Key Chests
Equally intriguing are the numerous undeniable links between Australia and the ancient Egyptians. Steven and Evan Strong have documented hundreds of Egyptian hieroglyphs at numerous Australian archaeological sites. See below images from Kariong in New South Wales:
Egyptian glyphs - Kariong, NSW
Images from Forgotten Origin – Gallery for Shunned
The above Egyptian hieroglyphs, and numerous other unexplained rock formations do not make sense, and cannot be explained, in terms of the standard model. There are also Aboriginal Dreaming stories that relate to Adam and Eve, the Garden of Eden, The Fall and the Tree of Knowledge. And the Rainbow Serpent myth is fundamental to the Aboriginal Dreaming. For further discussion on The Serpent, The Fall and The Tree of Knowledge the reader could refer to; God Gametes 2 – Dark DNA and Parallels Between Gender-based Reproduction and Ancient Theology. Chapter 7 of that book has sub-sections, The Oroborus, The Dragon, The Fall and gender-based reproductive systems and The Tree of Life. Chapter 9 of the same book has a sub-section, Adam and Eve and the Garden of Eden.
The Aboriginal Rainbow Serpent, and how it relates to the selective breeding program of our parent species, is further discussed in the section that follows.
The Serpent Myth:
There is a painting of the Aboriginal Rainbow Serpent in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, that dates to more than 7,000 BCE. Thus the Aboriginal Dreaming story about the Rainbow Serpent is likely the oldest documented spiritual belief in the world.
The serpent is ubiquitous in creation mythology and our model holds that it references to the Germ-line of the Gods. The long and twisted body of a snake gives physical form to the DNA double helix. The Aboriginal Dreaming tells of a Rainbow Serpent that swallows people and returns them to life at a different time and place – sometimes as a different species. This story relates to a cyclical process we see in all forms of life. The mythological serpent is symbolic of a genetic code passing from a living body to the species germ-line – only to be expressed again at a later time in a new and better adapted life form.
Theologians have difficulty explaining why such a fearful and unattractive creature plays such an important role in ancient mythology. We claim however that the serpent represents the evil that tests our resolve to do good. When the serpent asked Eve to tempt Adam she symbolised a selective process that ensures only the strongest human character traits would prevail. When Adam ate the fruit both were banished from the Garden of Eden and made to work hard and suffer much pain. This we claim symbolizes the tortuous journey that gametes must take when passing through the female reproductive tract. It also describes the reproductive process designed to ensure that only those of strong character will be selected by the Germ-line of the Gods. (see Chapter 2 Earth’s Germ-line DNA and Part 2, Q&A 6. Reshuffling the genetic code)
The reproductive system of our parent species has needed to carry genes that can survive the harshest of possible environmental conditions and the most gruelling of initiation ceremonies. Those harsh conditions have acted as a selective agent – a selective agent that has provided a genetic repository of the strongest and best adapted genes for the offspring of our parent species.