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Greetings Diane of Dijaki Widjung.

 

I, Theresa D'Anton, and The Andromeda 7 Celestial Gateway Program, acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the land where some of our program participants live, learn, and work.  I acknowledge the Kabi Nation people as the traditional custodians of Djaki Kundu, the Wit-booka Sovereign Kabi Tribe region, and pay respect to Kabi Nation elders past and present. 

 

As kindred spirits,

the Andromeda 7 team recognizes and empathizes with the many struggles Kabi Nation custodians have endured to protect the sacred site of Djaki Kundu (Rocky Ridge). Julie Ann Payne has told us this land is integral to your Kabi Kabi Dream-time stories relating to the Star Ancestorsan ancient Kabi.  Djaki Kundu is a very culturally significant landscape constructed thousands of years ago by Kabi ancestors. We are also aware that it contains a powerful healing crystal that must be protected and not disturbed by those who do not respect its power or honor Australian Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander peoples, tribal laws, and land. 

 

The Andromeda 7 team is honored to meet with and interview the Wit-booka Soverign Kabi Tribal Law/Lore Man and any Sovereign Kabi Tribal Council of Elders representatives as you want.

 

Please join us for a pre-record discussion that will surely increase understanding and knowledge of all people and nations throughout the world.  The Andromeda 7 team is committed to supporting Aboriginal lands, nations and traditions to the extent possible.

 

Are you available on your Wednesday, October 27, at 12:00 noon your time for an internet Streamyard meeting/interview?  If this is okay with you I can email you some easy instructions for making connection. The pre-recorded session will then be aired live your Saturday afternoon on our youtube chanel.

 

I would like to include a couple of your Facebook videos and one of your youtube videos during our interview.  This will help introduce you, the elders, and this sacred location prior to an open, in-depth conversation.  Please advise and confirm your permission to do so.

 

I am Looking forward to hearing back from you soon. I, and the Andromeda 7 Celestial Gateway, are committed to a positive future for the Aboriginal community.

 

Sincerely,

 

Theresa D'Anton and the Andromeda 7 Celestial Gateway program team.

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Kabi Kabi Yangga Buwan Cultural and Land Aboriginal Corporation
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The Kabi Kabi country is located on the Sunshine Coast and extends North from Brisbane as far North as Fraser Island and inland to Kilcoy.

The Kabi Kabi First Nation are the registered applicants for Native Title for the entire Sunshine Coast region. In accordance with the traditional law and custom acknowledged by them, the Kabi Kabi First Nation Traditional Owners Native Title Claim Group consists of the people known as the Kabi Kabi People, being those Aboriginal people whose traditional land and waters are situated generally in the region of the Sunshine Coast in the State of Queensland

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We are at Gympie Court House waiting for the release of Gilburri! Come and show your support if you can
SAVE D'JAKI KUNDU ANCIENT SACRED SEVEN SISTERS DREAMING SITE- Sat 6th Nov, Memorial Park Gympie Qld
This is US ALL in the streets of gympi gympi this weekend, IN OUR SOVEREIGNTY!!!

In 1973 the corrupt Commonwealth parliament criminally amended the Royal Styles and Titles Act and removed the Queen of the UK Parliament over Her Realm the Commonwealth of Australia and replaced her with the fraudulent "queen of Australia" - at the same time they also removed ALL reference to her "heirs and successors" from the Act.

What that means is that when the current (fraudulent) queen of Australia dies (which wont be long) there is NO-ONE who can succeed her to the throne in respect of Australia.

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Aunty Gayili, YOLNGU Connection to Djaki Kundu (also known as Rocky Ridge or the 'Gympie Pyramid').

Yolngu Tribal Elder Aunty Gayili Marika Yunupingu, senior Gumatj, shows the connection of the Kabi sacred site of Djaki Kundu and the Seven Sisters Dreaming to Yolngu peoples. In the past government administrators have denied the truth that Djaki Kundu (also known as Rocky Ridge or the 'Gympie Pyramid') is a Kabi ancient sacred site. First Nation tribes all over Terra Australis know the truth and are speaking out in unity. The story held by Aunty Gayili is ancient and predates the arrival of colonists on tribal country. Kabi Tribal Elders, and Guardians of Djaki Kundu thank Aunty Gayili, Lurnpa - David Cole, and OSTF for their assistance in making this video in support of Djaki Kundu.

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On Tuesday at our place there was a luncheon about 16 people, Tribal Elders common law (lORE) people and other members of our CommUnity. Every body took turns 2 share the back story gifts and talents 4 when the Fairy floss hits the fan we have the skills set I have had many down loads and they R now All coming together We have wON and it is us down under that have 2 show the world with our Tribal Elders standing together bring every colour on the planet as ONe Wirritjin. I thank U all 4 your support The song i will send after this message was played at the lunch Plus a group of intuitives from New Zealand Terra Australis and other places R going 2 the Higher realms tonight and working at the Crystal city of Gympie I will send the map so U all can focus on it Thanks again Joules_The_Alchemists

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2021 AT 6 PM – 2 AM EST

Stand With Kabi Sovereigns Against Human Rights Abuse!

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We are self determining, and gather in our religious and spiritual Tribal obligation to protect Country and to PROTECT ALL who live on it from further abuse of their 'human rights'. As Tribal Law/Lore man Wit-boooka reminded the Queensland Police on 15th October, Corporations have No rights, only people have rights! The ancestral spirits are still guiding us! Love to all from the Tribal Guardians and Kabi Elders of Kabi Bunya Djha and Djaki Kundu. Bona wup'pin.

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Our freedom and our liberty are at stake. Worst of all so are our lives and those of our families. And fellow humans we must stand in unity, it is the key, unity. The sovereign tribal people of these lands extend our hands to all residing on this continent to stand with us in Unity. And together we can erode the sickness governing our lives and build a healthy future for all Australian people in partnership with the true sovereigns of these lands and through the only law that holds any validity on this continent, we urge that all protective services stand with the people, not with the corporate agents harming us all.

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Demonstrations Around Australia 
KABI Dreaming
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Sovereign Native Tribes of the Kabi First Nation State. Guided by the Spirits of our Ancestors to Protect Sacred Tribal Lands, Sacred Sites and Culture.

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We are fighting to protect the Kabi sacred site of Djaki Kundu (also known as the Gympie Pyramid) from destruction by QTMR, who want to demolish the site for a four lane highway. You are welcome to come and visit us, and learn about Djaki Kundu. If you wish to donate to help with Legal assistance you can donate here:

DJAKI KUNDU UPDATE 22nd October 2021: Wit-boooka Sovereign Kabi Law/Lore man has just called all First Nations to come to Kabi Bunya Djha, to Gympie, and stand peacefully with the Kabi Sovereign Tribes to fix this Country, and prevent further acts of destruction and genocide on this Great South Land and it's islands. In the Spirit of the Wirritjin, Bona wup'pin.

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Kieron "Poonah" Anderson
Kieron is a Quandamooka, Kullilli, Wakka Wakka descendant and caretaker of the Moreton Bay, South east Queensland extending out to Western Queensland
  "Aboriginal
Story of Creation" 

Aboriginal Australians comprise many distinct peoples who have developed across Australia for over 50,000 years. These peoples have a broadly shared, though complex, genetic history, but it is only in the last 239 years since colonisation that ancient cyclical connections with the land, sea and sky have been disrupted. 

Join Theresa April 7th on Andromeda 7 as she continues her interview 

Featuring special guest Kieron "Poonah" Anderson  - nephew to Julie-Ann Payne

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXiqRfemiopxnnq6OVZQOxw

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Please Join Kieron for a fascinating insight and story around his knowledge of first nations culture around Australia. Delving into creation stories, tribal systems, and a brief look into the shared links between the first nations people of Australia and America.

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They are composed of three distinct tribes; the Nunukul, the Goenpul and the Ngugi. 

First nations peoples represent 375 different tribes all connected under one Lore held sacred. This knowledge is shared through story telling, song, dance, art and food. It has been protected through time by the strength and unity of the original people of this beautiful land.

Kieron is a Quandamooka, Kullilli, Wakka Wakka descendant and caretaker of the Moreton Bay, South east Queensland extending out to Western Queensland. His totems and spiritual animals are the dolphin, carpet snake, wedgetail eagle, red kangaroo, emu and tawny frogmouth, which are passed and carried through bloodlines.

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Mount Buffalo is moderately tall mountain plateau in the Mount Buffalo National Park in Victoria, Australia that is located approximately 350 kilometres northeast of Melbourne in the Australian Alps. The summit on the plateau, known as The Horn, has an elevation of 1,723 metres AHD

Before European settlement, Mount Buffalo was visited by the Mitambuta and Taungurong people who visited to feast on Bogong moths (Agrotis infusa). Hamilton Hume and William Hovell were the first Europeans to visit the area and they named the mountain during their 1824 expedition, noting the mountain's resemblance to a giant, sleeping buffalo.[2]  In 1836, the explorer and Surveyor General of New South Wales, Thomas Mitchell visited the area and named the mountain Mount Aberdeen, unaware it had already been named Mount Buffalo.[2]

The Taungurong people, also known as the Daung Wurrung, were thirteen clans who spoke the Daungwurrung language and were part of the Kulin alliance of indigenous Australians.[1] They lived to the north of, and were closely associated with, the Woiwurrung speaking Wurundjeri people. Their territory was to the north of the Great Dividing Range in the watersheds of the Broken, Delatite, Coliban, Goulburn and Campaspe Rivers. They were also known by white settlers as the Devil's River Tribe or Goulburn River Tribe.[2]

Before European settlement, Mount Buffalo was visited by the Mitambuta and Taungurong people who visited to feast on Bogong moths (Agrotis infusa).

The people of Mount Buffalo as the ‘Mogullumbidj’ or ‘Mogullumbeek’ (or variations on these spellings), but today, this name is practically unknown outside of obscure academic and historical sources.

To return to my initial questions, of who were the Mogullumbidj, what happened to them, and why aren’t the Mogullumbidj ‘on the map’? The answer to who they were is complicated: they were a local group who considered the Buffalo River valley a part of their country, and who — at least around the time of early Aboriginal-European contact — had alliances against common foes with a range of ‘—mittung’ local groups of the alpine valleys and ranges, not just on the western side of the Alps, but over to Omeo. The Mogullumbidj were, it seems, one possible conduit through which a special class of stone-house-dwelling Aboriginal ‘druids’ passed on new and sacred forms of song and dance; and they also had a widely revered headman in Kullakullup, who transmitted valuable cultural and spiritual information from the alps to as far away as as Melbourne. And within a few years of European settlement, it seems that the Mogullumbidj were either forging new, or strengthen existing, diplomatic relations with the Kulin peoples. Why aren’t they on most maps? The short answer is that local group names, or ‘clan’ names, particularly in north east Victoria, rapidly fell from use, and instead have been replaced with broader language-based group names. The debate about which broader group name should be associated with the people of Mount Buffalo is still continuing among Aboriginal groups today."

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Chef Kieron Anderson is a proud Quandamooka, Kullilli & Wakka Wakka man. Established in mid 2019, Yalabin Dining is committed to creating fantastic fresh food for every occasion utilising only the best locally sourced ingredients whilst incorporating native flavour from across Kieron’s homelands and around Australia.

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Yuru ( Hello )

smell the salt air and hear the sound of the crashing waves.  

Step back in time with first nation custodians and embrace the spirit of Quandamooka Country and let it flow around you. 

Care takers of Redlands Coast, the Nughi, Noonuccal and Goenpul Peoples (collectively known as the Quandamooka People) have lived in careful balance with our region’s natural wonders for at least 21,000 years.

If you know where to look, the evidence of this ageless connection surrounds you. A special experience on Redlands Coast is a native foods experience (bush tucker) or guided tour. 

Gain fascinating insights into the oldest surviving culture in the world while tasting regional bush tucker, enjoying a guided walking tour on the rocky headlands and walk with Kieron the old songlines.

Sharing the oral history of Quandamooka you will witness sites such as shellfish middens or deposits, ancient fish traps, rope making and weaponry scared trees and you may even forage a delicacy to cook on Minjerribah. 

Discover the unique spiritual connections we have with the seasons, lands, seas, skys and the wildlife. Our experiences will stay with you long after you say farewell.

 

Yowayi ( See you soon )

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