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Following is a list of Australian Archaeological Anomalies I have compiled over many years. Please feel free to contact Tristan via email or snail mail regarding any of these sites listed. Exact place names are know by Awareness Quest researchers and will be reserved for the serious preservers of our True Ancient Past. Some places are too sensitive to put here yet...but they do exist...

A list of Australian Archaeological Anomalies

This Minutes Random Anomalie

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Phoenician rock inscription

Photo: The Gympie Times date unknown
A mysterious rock inscription found by a farmer in 1931 on his property 50 miles west of Adelaide. The carvings were identified as Phoenician by French Archaeologists and reads: "Men of the Pharaoh of the city of Sais. Ot of Kish." It is believed they could be a link with the lost expedition of Admiral Ot sent in search of Australia by pharoah Psammetichus in 663 BC. Psammetichus, who, following the expulsion of the Assyrian invaders from Egypt moved his Government to Saia; a Nile Delta town and established the 26th Dynasty which lasted from 663 to 525 BC. Kish was an ancient Babylonian town on the Euphrates and was the birthplace of Ot, perhaps the greatest Babylonian mariner of the day.