Uluru is a beautiful place. There are exquisite rock pools, with plenty of shade, until the onset of the scorching midday sun.
The Mala people who reside around Ayres rock have a strange tale to tell which has been handed down from ancient times. Stories known by the Australian Aborigines are among the world’s oldest. Stories which date from the creation as they call it, are often at least tens of thousands of years old. Do they tell of an ancient high-tech world? They might just… though we don’t know for sure and there are a number of interpretations.
The legend of the devil dingo, has aspects which sound just bizarre, until we perhaps interpret the story from the perspective of a possible ancient military offensive, using high technology that we cannot today fathom.
According to legend, most of the Mala were chased from their home at Ayres rock in deeply ancient times, by the Anungu people, who had in their possession an enormous devil dingo. The story is that the Anungu people from the Olgas, a scary weird group of mountains with Mars-like landscape, with windswept canyons that make it look like scenery out of a Star Wars movie, made an offer to the people of Ayres rock. They offered alliance and also that the Mala should abandon their own ceremonies at the Olgas and instead partake in their ceremonies at the Olgas.
The Mala refused. In retribution, the Anungu used their black magic to summon up a devil dingo, an enormous creature. But dingo was only one of its forms. As it travelled towards Ayres rock, it was transforming, into a tree, as well as shapeshifting into a bird, and other creatures.
It sounds a bit like Loki, an ancient devil, who could fly, and also had a son who was a dog, called Fenrir so this could be part mythology, but part something else! Alternately it sounds like different arms in an army, joining up, into one cohesive unit, airbourne, the bird transformation, snipers, the tree transformation, and armoured the dog transformation.
When it reached Ayres Rock, the dingo, or others, fired missiles at the rock, allegedly causing the cratering seen today. According to another legend, the craters seen in the rock resemble the dingo’s footprints. We have to ask why the rock would suffer damage if it was just a stone-age attack.
The Mala people eventually fled 200 kilometres to the south. Ancient desert warfare? Stone-age Warfare? Both or, just the latter? It’s really hard to say.
Furthermore, the Mala aboriginals today cannot understand the pictures or the stories behind them as found in the rock art of Ayres rock. They are carbon dated to ten thousand years old.
Many aborigines are thought to descend from migrations from India, thousands of years ago, and the Indians of course have tales of ancient high technology from an age undreamed of. We know that Vimanas according to legend, can come in different shapes, as the word simply means vehicle. For example there were Vimanas which could fly in the air, as well as under water.
There is more, with the whole story spread out into a number of different legends. When the devil dingo reached the rock, the Mala hid in the hundreds of caves which litter the rock, so naturally the rock, with the shade and water it provides, could have been used as a great base for ancient guerrilla warfare, a stronghold. There is a different tale from Ayres rock regarding the battle between the Kunya, and Liru snake people. Over and over again, ancient godlike humans are described as snake people, throughout the world. the Viracocha when they landed in America were called snake people. The Indian legends of high technology describe the snake people as high-tech evil doers. Was this some ancient military badge or insignia? Does it relate to the caduceus symbol?
There is also a story of a retreat into the rocks, which is the Long Kath and Emu story. Apparently one hunter took the dead EMU which had been killed by the spear of other hunters. He retreated to a cave in Ayres rock to eat it but was smoked out by the hunters and burned alive. Does this story relate to the one about the ancient attack on Ayres rock by the devil dingo? Flamethrowers or some ancient technology? A lot of this is speculation, but I think it is reasonable to do so, IF we do have a high tech past, as the ancient Indian texts insist.
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We all know that the ghostly devil dog doesn’t really exist, but weapons of war do. What sort of smokey, cantankerous, clattering mechanism was the devil dog anyway?
Was it some kind of army tank or similar mechanism?
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