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“The Temple of Nim”

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BLUE MOUNTAINS UFO RESEARCH CLUB.

Vol. 4 Issue No 7

July 2008

UFO R ESEARCH C L U B . Vol. 4 Issue No 7 July 2008 I

INSIDE:

Report on the progress of the Gilroys latest book – “Pyramids of Destiny – Lost Pacific Colonies of the Bronze-Age God-Kings”. Report on the History Channel’s search for the Giant Monitor Lizards of the Wollemi Wilderness.

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Blue Mountains UFO Research Club News. Our meetings are held on the third Saturday of the month, at the Gilroy residence, 12 Kamillaroi Road, South Katoomba, from 2pm onwards.

We are situated on the corner of Kamillaroi Road and Ficus Street, and as we always say, park in Ficus Street where there is safer parking.

PLEASE NO SMOKING ON THE PREMISES. ALSO, NO LARGE BAGS IN THE CINEMA OR THE HOUSE.

PLEASE NOTE. Please contact us prior to bringing along any new friends interested in UFOlogy and the mysteries generally. Anyone with any personal experiences involving UFOs or the ‘unexplained’ are invited to share them with us all.

Contact Information: Phone: 02 4782 3441, Email: randhgilroy@optusnet.com.au [or catch our website on rexgilroy.com or mysteriousaustralia.com]. A plate of food to share for afternoon tea is appreciated.

PROGRAM FOR THE 19 TH JULY.

Latest Blue Mountains UFO activity.

DVD UFO presentation.

DVD Ancient History documentary presentation.

Other surprises.

Report on new findings concerning the Burragorang Underground Base and the ET connection.

Weather permitting there will be a Skywatch out on Narrow Neck Plateau after the meeting. The weather has been good up here on the Blue Mountains since the recent rains, with excellent clear night skies. Therefore, hopefully this will continue for our meeting night when there will be a Skywatch out on Narrow Neck Plateau. [Don’t forget – warm clothing a necessity!].

Plateau. [Don’ t forget – warm clothing a necessity!]. Rex and Heather Gilroy, Australia’s top UFO

Rex and Heather Gilroy, Australia’s top UFO and ‘Unexplained’ Mysteries Research team. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2004.

REPORT ON THE PROGRESS OF THE GILROYS LATEST BOOK PYRAMIDS OF DESTINY - LOST PACIFIC COLONIES OF THE BRONZE-AGE GOD-KINGS”.

By Rex Gilroy Copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

I first conceived the idea of this book while still preparing “Pyramids in the Pacific – The Unwritten History of Australia” [2000], for while “Pyramids in the Pacific” covered all the ancient civilisations and cultures whose vessels had touched our shores, I realised that I would need another book to cover the massive amount of evidence Heather and I had gathered concerning the Bronze-Age maritime activities of the Egyptians, Phoenicians, Libyans and Celts in our part of the world. Pyramids in the Pacific is in itself a ground-breaking book on the ‘unwritten’ history of Australia and its Pacific Island neighbours, telling of the ancient Middle and Near Eastern, Chinese and other Asian as well as Amerindian, ancient Mediterranean and Northern European [ie Scandinavian] contacts with the Australia /West Pacific region, but there was barely enough room for us to reveal but a few examples of long-term colonisation by the mineral-seeking peoples of the Middle and Near-East. “Pyramids of Destiny – Lost Pacific Colonies of the Bronze-Age God-Kings” fully covers the Copper and Bronze-Age colonisation and mining activities of the Egyptian, Phoenician, Libyan and Celtic peoples going back at least 5,000 years or more. Other allies were involved too and evidence of these peoples is included in the new book.

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Beginning with the rise of the Uru in Australia and their influence upon the later cultures of the Old World, we follow the coming of the Sumerians, Indo-Aryans and others to our shores. The colonisation of Australia and its Pacific Island neighbours is fully covered, and in Australia’s case it will be demonstrated that the Egyptians, Phoenicians and their allies established perhaps many hundreds of settlements throughout Australia, penetrating coastal rivers deep inland in their search for good farming land and the mineral and gemstone riches to be found here. Large settlements grew into cities. The populations became so large in certain regions that local ruling classes were established to rule over colonies which grew into kingdoms. In time these locally- created Pharaohs cut themselves off entirely from the Egyptian homeland and created an Egypto- Phoenician empire greater than that of the homeland. Cultural ideas and languages became mixed with the passage of time, so that mixed written scripts of Egypto-Phoenician, Egypto-Libyan, and Celto-Phoenician evolved. In fact a local mixed script grew out of all of these tongues. “Pyramids of Destiny” covers the daily lives of the colonists, based upon the 1,000 and more rock inscriptions found over a lifetime’s fieldwork by myself and Heather throughout Australia, and kept by us at our home, plus the many hundreds more engraved upon boulders and cliffsides etc through Australia and New Zealand. These inscriptions speak of the men, women and children of the farming communities, the miners, government officials, seafarers; the cattle and sheep farmed here, the oxen-driven cartloads of ores transported from mines, sometimes great distances over crude roads to riverside or coastal ports; the use of mules for transporting ores out of difficult-to-get-at places and the hoses and camels employed in deep inland exploration and many, many more aspects. The names of Pharaohs and chieftains, mariners and farmers, temple priests etc not spoken for 3,000 to 5,000 years are revealed from rock inscriptions. This huge, monumental book will never be equalled for the sheer weight of evidence presented, along with hundreds of photos of relics, rock inscriptions etc. The text of “Pyramids of Destiny” took several years to complete, due to repeated field investigations to many out-of-the-way locations for the gathering of evidence. Other people have been involved in this massive undertaking. Our fieldworkers in Australia and New Zealand: Antji and Allan Westrip of Dalmeny on the New South Wales south coast, as well as Yvonne and Gary Stephens of Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, New Zealand come to mind. And then there are our immediate field workers, the chief of whom is Greg Foster, and Ann Taylor. The new book will contain hundreds of photos, as well as special artwork by Lynette Watters. Andrew Leese prepared the unique cover some time ago. To all we offer our deepest gratitude for their help in bringing this mighty ground-breaking book to fruition.

In the course of several years field work gathering material for this book, we have been to Central

Australia where I climbed Ayers Rock to get photos; collected Phoenician-inscribed stones in the shadow of the Olgas; filmed, measured, drawn and climbed pyramids in Central Australian and elsewhere as well,

as in New Zealand. If the text often sounds like the screenplay for a Gilroy “Indiana Jones” movie, it is. In the course of preparing this book we have been to Far North Queensland where I have found myself searching Mayan ruins [yes, Mayan ruins!] in Taipan-infested regions, and river banks which on occasions showed signs of recent ‘croc’ activity. Heather and I have uncovered ‘lost’ cities, not only of the Uru in the Blue Mountains, but in Central Australia, where in 2006 we uncovered a terraced pyramid, crumbling with age, rising above the deteriorated outlines of perhaps hundreds of stone dwellings that surround it, all covered by mulga. Here we have filmed the biggest sphinx so far discovered by us in Australia. As I write the book is in the last stages of preparation, with the placement and captioning of photos by me, while Heather completes the last ten or so chapters on disc. If all goes well we hope to have it ready by November at the latest.

A while back I kept delaying the book with the addition of new discoveries, such as the two

pyramids and coastal Bronze-Age city on the New South Wales south coast, interstate finds of pyramids and other finds. If I had kept going this monstrous book would never have been completed! So anything that has come to light since I ceased adding material will be included in another book on Australian pyramids now in the planning stage. “Pyramids of Destiny” is certain to be a huge seller. It traces, among other things, the evolution of the pyramid beginning with Uruan tombs in Australia. It was the race-memories of the “Lost Paradise of

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Mankind” under many different names, passed down from the Sumerians to the Egyptians and beyond, which led the maritime civilisations of antiquity to sail in search of their “land of origin”. These traditions are covered in the book along with many other surprises. “Pyramids of Destiny”

will not please the average hard-core desk-expert academic, but as usual, the Gilroys have not written this book for their approval, but for the benefit of average Australians who wish to know what is being kept hidden from them by an establishment university-based clique who persist in that old, worn-out story about the ‘great discovery’ of one Lieutenant James Cook RN in 1770 and the handful of Dutch mariners who preceded him on our west coast in the 1600s. Our history is far, far older that than, as we continually prove in our books. Watch this newsletter and our websites for publication details as they come to hand.

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websites for publication details as they come to hand. -0- Heather Gilroy with a Phoenician rock

Heather Gilroy with a Phoenician rock inscription found on a Bowen, Queensland beach. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

Queensland beach. Photo copyrigh t © Rex Gilroy 2008. Rex Gilroy studies a Libyan rock inscription

Rex Gilroy studies a Libyan rock inscription found by him and field assistant Derek Bott, at a Central Coast, New South Wales location. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

South Wales location. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. Greg foster with a Phoenician rock inscription

Greg foster with a Phoenician rock inscription he found while he and Rex were searching for evidence of Bronze- Age Middle-East explorers on the Parramatta River NSW. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

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One of the many pyramidal structures revealed in the book, this massive structure found inland from the coast north-west of the Central Coast, is certain evidence of Bronze-Age Egypto-Phoenician long term colonization of Australia. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

of Australia. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. A plan of the south costal New South
of Australia. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. A plan of the south costal New South

A plan of the south costal New South Wales stone wharf and pyramids, discovered in recent years by the Gilroys. Thousands of people must have been involved in its construction. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

Rex Gilroy seen here photographing ancient sun-worship rock art of Central Australian Aborigines, believes these religious philosophies were influenced by ancient Bronze-Age Egyptian mineral-seeking colonists who settled the Alive Springs district, where this artwork is found. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

artwork is found. Photo co pyrig ht © Rex Gilro y 2008. Rex Gilroy brushes dust
artwork is found. Photo co pyrig ht © Rex Gilro y 2008. Rex Gilroy brushes dust

Rex Gilroy brushes dust away from a Blue Mountains Uru rock inscription before photographing it. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

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Blue Mountains UFO Research Club Newsletter July 2008 Egypto- Phoenician rock inscriptions have been found by

Egypto-Phoenician rock inscriptions have been found by the Gilroys near Ayers Rock and at the foot of the Olgas in Central Australia. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

in Central Australia. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. An image of the Phoenician Sun -God,

An image of the Phoenician Sun-God, Baal. He is shown here bearded, and holding a drinking horn. The engraved stone slab was uncovered by Rex at Kerikeri, in the Bay of Islands, on New Zealand’s North Island in March 2008. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008

THE HISTORY CHANNELS SEARCH FOR THE GIANT MONITOR LIZARDS OF THE WOLLEMI WILDERNESS.

by Rex Gilroy.

On Tuesday 15 th July 2008 Heather and I led Tony Gerard, Jared Christie and Cameraman Nick Clausen, together with Dr Gary Opit, zoologist from the Gold Coast, into the Wollemi National Park on a search for living giant monitor lizard evidence. There have been many sightings reports over the years from over a wide area of the fringes of this wild, forest and swampland region, and our friends from the History Channel hoped to capture whatever evidence we could find on film for a one hour documentary to go to air later this year.

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I directed the party to areas where there have been accounts of sightings by people, or the discovery of the tell-tale giant tracks of these reptiles having being found on isolated 4-wheel drive tracks and in the depths of the gum forests hereabouts.

tracks and in the depths of the gum forests hereabouts. An artists impression of a full
tracks and in the depths of the gum forests hereabouts. An artists impression of a full

An artists impression of a full-grown Megalania prisca, in relation to a human. Sketch copyright © Rex Gilroy 2000,

A reconstructed cast skeleton of the ‘extinct’ giant Australian monitor lizard Megalania prisca Owen, in the Queensland Museum, Brisbane.

Megalania prisca Owen, in the Queensland Museum, Brisbane. The cast is one of a number of

The cast is one of a number of large Megalania tracks found in 1979 by Rex Gilroy at Moruya NSW. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

Gilroy at Moruya NSW. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. Preparations in the field before setting

Preparations in the field before setting off in search of living Megalania evidence. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

Megalania evidence. Photo co pyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. Four of the intrepid explorers. Fr om

Four of the intrepid explorers. From left to right: Jared Christie [Producer], Rex Gilroy, Nick Clausen [Cameraman] and Dr Gary Opit. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

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Blue Mountains UFO Research Club Newsletter July 2008 Heather Gilroy in the depths of the Wollemi.

Heather Gilroy in the depths of the Wollemi. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy

2008.

Our American colleagues had just flown in from Indonesia where they had filmed Komodo Dragons, which together with similar oversized relatives in New Guinea are descended from the Australian giant monitor, Megalania prisca Owen. The Australian fossil record shows that Megalania evolved during the Pliocene period, some several million years ago, ‘officially’ becoming extinct after the close of the Pleistocene period by several thousand years ago. There are in fact some Megalania bones found on a Queensland farm now safely hidden away in a Brisbane, Queensland university locker, said to date a mere 300 years old! A full account of the Megalania sightings in Australia in more recent times can be found in the Gilroys’ book “Out of the Dreamtime – the Search of Australasia’s Unknown Animals”. I am fortunate to posses the 1979 Moruya, south coastal New South Wales cast tract of a 6m long, greyish skin-coloured Megalania, which crossed a freshly ploughed paddock of a farmer ‘John’. Since then further tracks have been found in the Wollemi and casts of these, together with the Moruya example were filmed for the documentary at our home on Tuesday 15 th July.

for the documentary at our home on Tuesday 15 t h July. Heading off down a

Heading off down a remote fire trail. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy

2008.

Katoomba

home on Wednesday 16 th July at 9am,

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driving up into the western fringe country of the vast Wollemi wilderness behind Lithgow to commence our search,. There was barely enough room for the Gilroys after all the technical camera equipment was packed into the two cars hired for the search! One place I showed the team was a campground on the edge of a pine forest, where one night a few years ago, a small party of campers spotted the long, dark shape of a large monitor lizard moving through the pines near their camp. Torches were flashed to reveal a mottle-coloured monster of up to 4m in length! Two young men attempted to follow the reptile with their torches as it headed deeper into the forest, but soon realised the creature could easily attack them and gave up the chase.

Megalania prisca, according to all the known Aboriginal traditions of them, was a massive killing machine which, at an estimated 3,000lbs weight, and its powerful legs, would pursue and devour any Aborigines who crossed its path. There are also early pioneer tales of encounters with these reptilian

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nightmares, in which people were lucky to escape with their lives, when suddenly encountering one of these monsters in the bush. There are many size estimates for Megalania, some as small as a couple of metres, but these are the “politically correct” university estimates. Measurements of up to 20 even 25 to 27ft [on the old scale] have been claimed by eyewitnesses. I have published an account in “Out of the Dreamtime” of a 21ft 9 inches [6.63m] long monitor seen in the Warwick district of southern Queensland in 1965, but there are also accounts of monsters of around 30ft [9.14m] length, weighing at least 3,000lbs. [The Komodo Dragon, Varanus komodensis, is said to grow as much as 3.66m length. Had our History Channel team encountered an Australian giant monitor in the Wollemi we certainly would not have gone too close to it, preferring to film zoom shots of the creature at a safe distance!

***** At one point while searching in the forest depths, the party separated at a dirt track crossroads, to explore for possible fresh tracks in the soil along the north-south track, the others went east-west. Accompanied by cameraman Nick Clausen and Jared Christie, I pushed on southward towards an area where in the last year Megalania tracks had been found and cast, but also where tracks of the elusive ‘panther’ [ie actually a large marsupial cat] have been found. The region is also known for Thylacine [Tasmanian Tiger] track finds. Eventually my companions stopped to film other things so I pushed on further along this remote track, I then came across scuff marks in the soil, which was covered in forest bark and leaves. I could see five long ‘toes’ if that was what they were, and a heel amid the scattering of forest debris on the dirt road, but casting this ‘Megalania’ footprint, if that was what it was – I still have my doubts – would have been impossible due to lack of depth, dead leaves and twigs. It is probable that I had found the scratchings of a kangaroo, but then I give this one the benefit of the doubt…

but then I give this one the benefit of the doubt… The party came across this

The party came across this strange impression in the sand of a fire trail. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

sand of a fire trail. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. Some of the dense gum
sand of a fire trail. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. Some of the dense gum

Some of the dense gum forest terrain of the western Wollemi in which the expedition searched. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. Rex Gilroy found this indistinct mystery impression on an isolated forest track. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

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Blue Mountains UFO Research Club Newsletter July 2008 A clos e- up, bark, twigs and leafmould

A close-up, bark, twigs and leafmould made identification impossible. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

Tony Gerard and his mates had brought along two digital night cameras hoping to capture an image of a Megalania. They had also visited a butchers shop and brought along steaks to hand in the tree limbs above the ground upon which the two cameras were aimed. We tied one to a tree up behind the campground and then further up the road we chose another tree close to a swamp. Here the second camera was tied to the trunk of a tree, with the rope holding a steak dangled from the branch of another tree a short distance away. As the cameras were aimed to capture on a ‘card’ anything that was attracted to the meat we could now only hope that a meat-eating Megalania would chance to pass by!

hope that a meat -eating Megalania would chance to pass by! Tony Gerard holds a steak,

Tony Gerard holds a steak, about to be hung from a branch within view of a night camera, in the vicinity of a campground where Megalania was seen one night by campers. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

one night by campers. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. Placing the first camera in bush

Placing the first camera in bush near the campground. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

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A second steak set up within view of the camera. Unlike the first steak, this

A second steak set up within view of the camera. Unlike the first steak, this one was eaten by something. We eagerly await information on the photos taken of this event! Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

Tony Gerard ties the second camera to a pine tree near a swamp. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

Rex Gilroy 2008. Tony Gerard ties the second camera to a pine tree near a swamp.

We then drove back to Katoomba. Returning on Thursday 17 th July, together with Tony Gerard, Jared Christie, Nick Clausen and Gary Opit, Heather and I revisited the campground. A trek into the bush soon found the steak still hanging, but two photos had been taken on the camera. Returning to the swamp site soon afterwards, we found the steak gone and 47 photos recorded on the camera card. These would have to be put on a computer before their contents are known. The weather behaved itself for the three days of filming and the temperature was not all that cold. I remarked more than once that there are signs of an early Spring. After leaving Katoomba at 9am on this last day of our search, we first drove up to the Blackfellows Hands reserve north of Lithgow, so Tony and his mates could film the ancient 4,000 years old Aboriginal rock shelter hand stencils and other images preserved there, which were also for use in the documentary.

there, which were also for use in the documentary. The “Blackfellows Hands” cave, at Lidsdale near

The “Blackfellows Hands” cave, at Lidsdale near Lithgow. Here Rex met a group of Blackheath Probus Club members, to whom he explained the age of the rock art. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

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Blue Mountains UFO Research Club Newsletter July 2008 Two ancient hand stencils. Ph oto copyright ©

Two ancient hand stencils. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

ancient hand stencils. Ph oto copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. A handled stone axe image. Photo

A handled stone axe image. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

Then we returned to inspect the cameras back up on the Wollemi. I have said that Aboriginal traditions speak of these giant monitor lizards in myths and legends going back thousands of years. In this part of the country one of the names for the reptiles was Mungoon

galli. I pointed this out in one of the interviews for the documentary, and also that sightings and any other evidence of Megalania presence is usually reported in the Summer months. At the moment with temperatures of 10 degrees Celsius and less it was unlikely that we were going to find any recent evidence of Megalania activity where we were, as the reptiles were probably long retreated off the higher, colder parts for the lower regions in the eastern jungle flats of the Wollemi The Wollemi wilds have a long history of eerie happenings involving giant-size reptiles, even ‘neodinosaurs’ as our book “Out of the Dreamtime” reveals, and also past articles of mine in this newsletter. Before we left the swamp after inspecting the second camera, Tony Gerard chanced to pick up

a curiously shaped lump of ironstone. As he gave it to me asking what it was, I thought it to be a fragment of fossil tree root. After taking a closer look at it I have realised that it is the ironstone-mineralised shearing tooth of

a large reptile, and due to its point no doubt a carnivorous species. The specimen measures 8.7cm tall by 4cm wide and 2.8cm deep. It is but an incomplete upper portion of a tooth so would have been much longer.

upper portion of a tooth so would have been much longer. 12 In this secluded rocky

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In this secluded rocky gap a small rock shelter [beneath rock to right of picture] Tony Gerard made the important discovery of three white ochre hand stencils. At this stage they are believed to be up to 500 years old. Rex plans further research at this site. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

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The two hand stencils, situated close to the rock shelter entrance. Photo copyright © Rex
The two hand stencils, situated close to the rock
shelter entrance.
Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy2008.
A close-up of these well-preserved example of ancient
Blue Mountains Aboriginal rock art.
Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.
The single specimen. The stencils were made by placing the hand in wet ochre, probably
The single specimen. The stencils were
made by placing the hand in wet ochre,
probably held in a bark container. The
rock surface may first have been prepared
with a rubbing of tree gum as a base for
the artwork.
Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.
The group carried out a night search on
the third night of the expedition. Here
Tony Gerard [a Cryptozoologist and
reptile expert] searches bush from a
remote dirt road with special infra-red
lighting equipment, while the program
producer, Jared Christie [centre] and
Gary Opit keep their eyes on the
surrounding scrub.
Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

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Tony and Nick scan the darkness. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

scan the darkness. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. E very member of the group had

Every member of the group had small torches attached to their heads, which helped seeing the ground during the trek along the road. Interestingly, a light energy ball made an appearance above Tony’s head. Photo copyright© Rex Gilroy 2008.

above Tony’s head. Photo copyright© Rex Gilroy 2008. Rex points to something interesting in the dimness.
above Tony’s head. Photo copyright© Rex Gilroy 2008. Rex points to something interesting in the dimness.

Rex points to something interesting in the dimness. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

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The Tony Gerard Dinosaur Tooth.

Club Newsletter July 2008 The Tony Gerard Dinosaur Tooth. The Tony Gerard Dinosaur Tooth shown on

The Tony Gerard Dinosaur Tooth shown on all four sides. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008.

on all four sides. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. Coming from the western fringe of
on all four sides. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. Coming from the western fringe of
on all four sides. Photo copyright © Rex Gilroy 2008. Coming from the western fringe of

Coming from the western fringe of the vast, mysterious Wollemi National Park with its notorious “Dinosaur Swamplands” located deep within its interior, this fossil symbolises the long, eerie history of giant reptilian activity; a mystery which continue to fascinate researchers like the Gilroys. A mystery that is certain to continue for a long time to come.

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Our previous meeting was a huge success and we look forward to seeing you at our next one. There should be some good Skywatches ahead of us up here at Katoomba, weather permitting. Meanwhile, there a lot happening ‘up there’ at present so - Until our next meeting –

Watch the Skies!

Rex and Heather

there a lot happening ‘up there’ at present so - Until our next meeting – Watch

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