Wandjina, Rowalumbin, Barker River, Napier Range, Kimberley, Australia.

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Hopi Rock Art Petroglyphs, Hopi Reservation, Arizona

Hopi Rock Art Petroglyphs on Navajo Reservation in Arizona ©Tom Till, All Rights Reserved Worldwide

Aboriginal Art of the Kimberleys, West Australia: Bradshaw Paintings, named after the Joseph Bradshaw who was the first European to discover them in 1891. Scientists believe they are 17,000 years old.

Aboriginal Art of the Kimberleys, West Australia: Bradshaw Paintings, named after the Joseph Bradshaw who was the first European to discover them in Scientists believe they are years old.

Australia Aboriginal cave art in the Kimberley region.  Fabulous faces/alien helmets?

Australia Aboriginal cave art in the Kimberley region.If aliens landed in Australia and in Japan, their history talks about the fish people.maybe the Annunaki got to Japan by water. Some think that the Annunaki had subs.

Aboriginal pictographs known as Wandjina in the Wunnumurra Gorge, Barnett River, Kimberley, Western Australia.  Indigenous Australian art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aboriginal pictographs known as Wandjina in the Wunnumurra Gorge, Barnett River, Kimberley, Western Australia. Indigenous Australian art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Aboriginal cave painting of a Wandjina

( Cloud and rain spirit - p. ) Aboriginal cave painting of a Wandjina

Aboriginal rock art at Nourlangie Kakadu National Park Northern Territory Australia  Stock Photo

Aboriginal rock art at Nourlangie Kakadu National Park Northern Territory Australia Stock Photo

Rock Art trail, which contains hundreds of rock paintings from the San people who lived in the area for many thousands of years, Clanwilliam, Western Cape Copyright: Odile Pfaehler

Algeria-Rock Art trail, which contains hundreds of rock paintings from the San people who lived in the area for many thousands of years, Clanwilliam, Western Cape Copyright: Odile Pfaehler

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