Aboriginal Oral Traditions Go Back More than 7,000 years

Here is a very informative article on traditions still yet to be fully understood, learned, and discovered.

 

Oral traditions are not as a rule the most reliable source of factual information and this is particularly true of cultures with written traditions. Yet a new study has found that Australian Aborigines have an extraordinarily long oral tradition that has preserved the memories of several Aboriginal groups about the inundation (severe flooding) that changed the continent’s landscape around 7,000 years ago. In fact, the author of the study claims, these memories may date back as far as 11,000 BCE.

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