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THE ULURU
ART SWINDLE

Without understanding exactly what the story was MarYam Saffire BoVardia was inspired to document this time in history over many years.  She lived in Aboriginal Women’s Sovereign Lore Camp for two years from 2016 to 2018 where she was initiated into ancient culture and the lore of the land as a 'rangee booroo' which translates as lightning spirit, earth, sky, connected to all of creation.    Her ancestors have treatied with the ancestors of this land through senior lore woman Nelly Patterson and she has been honoured with 'diplomat status' in recognition of her journey with original culture to understand the lore of the land and purpose to build strong relationships.   She is holding the most sacred universal story; the new way dreaming for indigenous culture, the new earth for Christians.

 

She has documented many historic moments from the closing of Uluru to the general public which we now know is part of the strategy to turn Australia over to the United Nations via the Land Councils, the presentation to the Jewish community of The Voice for support and funding at the great Emmanuel synagogue by Thomas Mayo, to the launch of the globalists YES campaign in the heart of the everyday at Umina Bowling Club with Federal Labor member Gordon Reid who has now been discredited for his 'fake' Aboriginal heritage.

 

The Voice was created from an 'agreement' and painting called The Uluru Statement of the Heart.  The elders of Uluru have since spoken up to say they did not understand the Uluru Statement of the Heart would lead to The Voice which they do not want.  They have also stated they were deceived into signing a blank canvas with many signatures from who they claim to be 'Corp-Origini's'; the ones who sell out country for profit.

Former Aboriginal prosecutor Josephine Cashman writes extensively about the corruption and agenda behind the Voice on Substack, Twitter, Telegram and Facebook.

At stake is Aboriginal sovereignty which has never been ceded and never will be.  The answers are not found in duality; yes or no, black or white, male or female.  The line in the sand is sovereignty, truth and liberation. 

The conflict and disharmony between Aboriginal culture and the dominant patriarchal culture is parallel with the discord between the masculine and the feminine.   The dominant culture is focused on provision, control, domination and economy.  In its corrupted form it devolves into greed, ego and perversion which we are experiencing in these end times.    Aboriginal culture is matriarchal so is inclined towards care for people, country and the nurture of kinship and family groups.   The No Voters are opposed to coming under patriarchal control because they know humanity doesn't survive imbalance.

Rather than a straight Yes or No, MarYam Saffire BoVardia's journey has led her to a place beyond these two polarities.   The answer is somewhat more nuanced.    Both the patriarchal and matriarchal roads lead to destruction.   It is the liminal space where a totally new creation is born. 

The Australian public has not fallen for The Voice despite the millions of dollars and resources put towards the campaign and it was defeated at the referedum. 

The question that must be answered now is where to from here.

In essence the stories and projects of Holyword direct the future narrative.

WHILST THERE IS A VERY LIVELY DEBATE HAPPENING WITHIN THE PARAMETERS OF SOCIETY EXPLORING THE DEPTHS OF DUALITY, THE ACTUAL ANSWERS LIE BEYOND THOSE PARAMETERS AND THE ONLY ONES WHO CAN NAVIGATE AT THIS TIME ARE THOSE WHO'VE TRAVELLED BEYOND THE BOUNDARIES AND RETURNED TO LEAD THE WAY.

"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them."

– Albert Einstein

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