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HIDDEN BITS OF HISTORY

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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Wentworth museum

There are two trees involved in an intriguing exhibit at the Wentworth museum, one within the other. The larger trunk is a huge Redgum with girth just on fifteen feet from a tree on the junction of the Darling and Murray Rivers sawn off by the NSW Forrestry Commission on February 3 1971. From the growth rings the Forrestry Commission experts assess the tree as having been at least two hundred years old at the time it was felled.
This giant redgum did not stand alone. It grew around the stump of a much earlier and older tree. This smaller tree originally sprouted two trunks almost from ground level, each with a diameter of approximately ten inches. And the puzzling feature of these two smaller stumps is that they were felled by an axe. The axe cuts are quite clear, even after this great span of time. 
Neither Aborigines nor Maoris posessed axes of the kind needed.
Source: Bill Hornadge "The hidden history of Australia" ETT Imprint, Sydney, 1997.

NSW