What does dreamtime mean to aboriginals?
It’s how they think the world was created and they believe that that was how they were created just like God or the Big bang.
Why did the aboriginals paint with there hands ? To tell stories to other people
Why is dreamtime so important to aborigines?
The Dreamtime is the Aboriginal understanding of the world, of it’s creation, and it’s great stories. The Dreamtimeis the beginning of knowledge, from which came the laws of existence. For survival these laws must be observed. The Dreaming world was observed.The Dreamtime is the Aboriginal understanding of the world, of it’s creation, and it’s great stories. The Dreamtime is the beginning of knowledge, from which came the laws of existence. For survival these laws must be done at all cost .
Maybe warn of any dangers out there. They also crushed clay and other plants to make there variety of colours.To paint on there rocky house walls .why did the white people snach aboriginal childen ? in 1885-1969 it was a stolen geniration childen in aboriginal familys they were forced to work on farms for white setlers .The reason the children were taken was that the white settlers believed that the aboriginals would die off, and the land would be sold for farms.
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The Hot Croc
This aboriginal painting is about a crocodile and some fish. The sun is setting. I tis very hot. The sun is shining bright in the sky above the creatures. The sun is so, so hot. It is burning their skin. The red, orange and yellow dots represent the sizziling hot sun. The blue dots represent the still water. The brown dots represent the sand at the bottom of the river. The green dots represent the scaly skin of the big, hot, hungry crocodile. The little fish look happy swimming around, playing but they are frozen in fright! They know they are the crocodiles dinner tonight! The painter is showing what can happen out in the wild. It was probably painted on a cave wall in the Northern Territory.