Star Stories of The Dreaming - 52m reversioned
 
When the ancient wisdoms of the universe held by the oldest culture on earth meet modern astrophysics a new concept is born - Cultural Astronomy.   Increasingly First Nations people in Australia are being recognised as the first astronomers.


About Star Stories

Star Stories of The Dreaming includes the Euahlayi Stories for:

▪ Wurrum-boorrool - Big river in the sky (Milky Way)
▪ Mil-Mulliyan - Eye of the Creator – Venus – Evening star
▪ Mulliyan-gar - Eye of the Creator - Morning Star - Mars
▪ Goolee-bhar - Coolabah tree hollow, way to Bullima, the Sky Camp – Coalsack Dark nebula
▪ Moo-dthe-gar - White cockatoos – 5 Stars of Southern Cross
▪ Goomar-why - Sacred Fire near coolibah tree– Alpha Centauri Pointer of Southern Cross
▪ Wunnargudjilwon - 3rd wife of Bhiaime - Large Magellanic Cloud
▪ Wullar-gooran-bhoon - Younger brother to Wunnargudjilwon - Small Magellanic Cloud
▪ Birringooloo - Mother Nature – Uluru her resting place
▪ Gunumbielie - 2nd wife of Bhiaime, Caterer who now lives at Goomar-why, Sacred Fire
▪ Gwaimudthun & Gweeghular – Night & Day– Dark & Light - moieties – 19 mile plain, Brewarrina
▪ Garwaar-ghoo - Featherless Emu - Dark nebulae in Milky Way, Dust lanes and Galactic bulge
▪ Bahloo - Moon, Waan – crow; Oolah – wood geckco
▪ Yhi – sun
▪ Mei Mei – Seven Sisters – Pleiades – Narran Lake and surrounding lakes; Bigoon – water rat; Gayadharri – platypus, Ghay-gharn - wood duck
▪ Birray Birray – Brothers – Orion's Belt
▪ Womba Womba yiraay - Crazy Old Man at his camp - Aldebran
▪ Wirrawilbaarru – Whirly wind – Bad spirit travels inside whirlywind – lives behind Scorpio and entry in and out is through black holes in Scorpio;
▪ Buuliis – baldy mounds
▪ Star maps/astral navigational waypoints – two chains of waterholes – Beta Sagittarii to Gamma Arae; Beta Sagittarii to Zeta Scorpii