Forgotten Origin is the third in a series of books dedicated to the first Homo sapiens: the Australian Aboriginal people. Steven Strong and Evan Strong continue in their investigation into the global impact of Aboriginal people sailing from, never to, Australia no less than 50,000 years ago, paying particular attention to the shared principles found within many Gnostic scriptures and the Dreaming. As radical as this theory may appear, the rigor applied, whether through mtDNA, Y Chromosomes, skull morphology or historical accounts, and the religious ancestry upon which this hidden history is founded, demands serious consideration. This is not their story. Steven Strong and Evan Strong make no claim to speak on behalf of anyone. They do, however, have the right to relay that which Aboriginal culture-custodians insist is true. The First Australians are unique, and in no way descended from Africans or any other race. Forgotten Origin is merely another reminder of this hidden truth.
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 157 x 233 x 15mm | 340g
- 16 Jul 2011
- University Press of America
- Lanham, MD, United States
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Chapter 1: Some Bones of Contention Chapter 3 Chapter 2: Revisiting Earlier Ports of Call Chapter 4 Chapter 3: Pistis Sophia Chapter 5 Chapter 4: Our Biggest Mistake Chapter 6 Chapter 5: Sayings of Sextus Chapter 7 Chapter 6: The Gospel of Thomas Chapter 8 Chapter 7: The Thunder: Perfect Mind Chapter 9 Chapter 8: Isis Unveiled Chapter 10 Chapter 9: Gospel of Mary Chapter 11 Chapter 10: The Gospel of Philip Chapter 12 Chapter 11: The Dialogue of the Savior Chapter 13 Chapter 12: Reincarnation and the Secret Teachings Chapter 14 Chapter 13: The Decline Begins in Earnest Chapter 15 Notes Chapter 16 Glossary Chapter 17 Bibliography Chapter 18 Index
Tremendous to see these issues being opened up -- it is extremely stimulating to hear about these ideas ... -- Howie Firth, patron of the International Festival of Philosophy, Science, and Theology ...your work is the beginning of an important discussion. -- Pamela Wells We don't come from African people, we are not related to them at all. -- Burri, aboriginal Culture Custodian
About Steven Strong
Steven Strong is a secondary school teacher with a background in archaeology and education. Evan Strong has a background in sociology and psychology. They have spent many years learning and living with the Bundjalung and Gumilaroi people of Northern New South Wales. Their previous books, Constructing A New World Map and Mary Magdalene's Dreaming: A Comparison of Aboriginal Wisdom and Gnostic Scripture, were published by University Press of America, Inc. in 2008.