A quick welcome to our new site (site under construction, please be patient)

Here information from the world wize web and beyond is gathered to share, care n grow with love. All welcome, please be respectul, we are all blessed and bless differently.

 

 

 

Aunty Izz

“The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire.” Marshal Ferdinand Foch

Technologically advanced cultures dismiss the contribution of the Aboriginal peoples. I believe our contribution can dramatically change everyone’s life on this planet. It is imperative that people understand the separate reality of native peoples and the rest of society.
Douglas Cardinal, Canadian Indian Writer, Artist and Architect.

She learnt from her elders that everything in the universe is perfect. People and anything else only become less than perfect when compared to someone or something else, or when influenced by negative forces.
Rangimarie Turuki Pere, Maori Writer

 

With respect for the past and belief in the future, this site is dedicated to the Ancient Ones and the children of the future.

Brothers, sisters, grandmothers and grandfathers of the world unite to send prayers and support to keep the oldest living culture alive and thriving!

Hoping you are all shinning bright today as we are trying hard to here in Australia right now.  And I was dreading the day I might have to call on people like yourself to help.  The time is here and i have come to ask you firstly, have you been kept in the loop with Oz issues? Well, it is with the heaviest heart i call on u to loan ur support to end the secret war on the oldest surviving people, their culture and their land. Right now 200 remote homeland communities are risk of being forced to shut down by our racist government.

 

I am a proud young mother of 5 boys who has been brought up in the struggle, feeling today like I’m fighting my way out of a plastic bag.  We lived in a tin shed n a dinged up van in picturesque North Stradbroke Island bushland, without water, toilet, shower, with a generator on at night 4 light.  We know this is important to carry on in the footprints of our ancestors, escape the assimilation push and raise our children with the space to grow.

My partner and I teach traditional dance  to get our culture strong and connect back to our mother earth. The biggest problem is we still don’t know our language – 17 survive so far out of 250 languages, we don’t have a single bit of family support here now, most have passed on or sick.  TV is making our children complacent, trauma from oppression is even destroying the best of us quietly and we are only living to an average age of 60 at most.  We have no programs to preserve or celebrate our culture or museums to share our history.

It is pressure i feel, being among the first generation of my line to be free, all my mothers before were forcibly removed, abused daily and made slaves until they could escape.  I survived Redfern, a heroin habbit, loosing my everything- my nanna’s my mumma, her brother, her sister, my mother in law, my grans brother, my culture teacher and on as well as this alot of young ones taking their own lives. Looking at our family portrait reminds me of being in cold war, there’s nobody left but there’s no guns and smoke either.

We alone may achieve peace in the next 50 years here but with global awareness because of the lack of positive progress here, people power and political pressure on a global stage will up show these puppets and free the people within their strangle hold.  We have alot of supporters worldwide, we love you all for thinking of us although you are thousands of miles away and need to get this message to everyone around the globe urgently.  We stand with all people suffering and are praying each day for your freedom too.  I don’t want to let anyone just take away my mother’s tongue when some of us, against all odds are so close to learning our traditional language after a generation gap of non speakers like in Hawaii and our Indian families.  We will have nothing for our children if we loose our language and let them spoil our pristine water and land.  Our language is key to our wellbeing and survival as the latest research revealed shows. We already know it to be the heartbeat of the land and the law connected to all living things is also in these languages.  Moving us from our traditional homelands is only going to end in death of our people and our culture.

The least we can do is ask individuals to help us make a stand and at very least think of us at the time when you pray or join with us each morning to call on all that’s good for a brand new day for all.  At 6am your time or when you open you beautiful eyes and ask to c the beauty in the day, please also ask that the people of the land be free to live in peace and harmony and c more beauty everyday where they are.  I feel we need a spiritual revolution to nurture spiritual growth, consciousness and unity especially now that more can see the crippling conditions that most are not awake to, so that finally after 230 years of marshal law in this country for example, we can begin our healing and continue practising our ancient traditions to fix this mess.

We cannot depend on governments to heal our wounds. We have to help each other. Hene, Maori Woman Elder

“…See the impact of colonialism has been huge…we Aboriginal people are spiritual people and we are still recovering because of colonialism… There’s not a lot of understanding about that on the part of white Australia because they have this misguided belief that colonialism doesn’t affect them. Of course it does! It’s made them into the people they are today, which means they cannot hear what Aboriginal people are telling them… Many are trying to run away from their own history… As they get older and more mature [chuckles], hopefully they’ll have a better understanding… You see, that mouth of the snake… our people are in pathological grieving. Our people have retreated into the belly of the snake… it’s our consolidation of our Aboriginality, a renewing of our identity. Only recently have we begun emerging from the mouth of the snake with renewal and consolidation of who we are…” Lilla Watson Birri Gubba, Gungulu Elder Brisbane Qld.
“Until we give back to the black man just a bit of the land that was his, without strings to snatch it back, without anything but complete generosity of spirit in concession for the evil we have done him-until we do that, we will remain what we have always been so far, a people without integrity; not a nation but a community of thieves.” Xavier Herbert

 

“If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time; but if you are here because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” Lilla Watson

 

Keeping the fires burning bright forever

Thank you kindly for you time.  Many blessings of light love and laughter for a safe and happy journey together into our new day.

Kaiyu Bayles & Family

 

 

Looking forward to connecting soon, email us at hopecreations@mail.com to start the team building and get this happening 🙂

 

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