Shakona Rose writes: This image has such deep meaning and very symbolic other than the caption “Peace at last’
I see it as those people walking on the Rock are at the same time also keeping the Anangu downtrodden. For Uluru is the Anangu Peoples.
The Anangu Peoples are the oldest living race on Earth.
Their Dreamtime ...their Tjukurrpa (Creation Lores) go way way way back..long long long LONG time when All on this great land was sung into Being from the Heart Centre when the Anangu emerged from Inner Earth.
They came up from under rocks, caves, tree root systems, waterholes.
I see this happen in strong vision one night as I sat out under the stars. Nelly inside resting on her bed.. reading..She staying with me.
Go inside say “ Nelly did the Anangu come up from Inner Earth?”... sharing the vision.
“Uwa Mima” Nelly give me big big smile and nod. She and the Ancestral Grandmothers show me.
I've been to Uluru many times, walked around it and marvelled at its sacredness. Today on October 26 the climb has been closed forever. Millions have climbed the rock yet I've always felt that was akin to climbing all over the altar at St. Peter's Basilica.
Uluru custodian says it is time climb closure critics 'learn about the way we see it'