VOICES OF THE FIRST DAY: Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime

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Lawlor, whose professed credentials include ``many years studying the thought forms of ancient civilizations,'' six years of living in grass huts in South India, and some time spent talking with Australian Aborigines and studying their culture, presents a remarkably comprehensive and fascinating account of the Aboriginal world view and its potential usefulness in imagining future directions for ... Read full review

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This book is relevant to part of the culture but some do not apply to others I am an Indigenous person also i have read and cross ref these writings with actual fact and as an Idigenous person found the book to amusing ,,but still an understanding that there is other ways to live what is for humans to usrvival ,,. 

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