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This extraordinary question is to be discussed in Bangalow this week at the 35th Starlight Wellbeing Expo.

Australian author Steve Strong has written a book about the subject, entitled Ancient Egyptians and Pleiadians in Original Australia, that postulates hieroglyphs carved into stone near Kariong are not the work of a deranged farmer but ancient explorers.

He will conduct a workshop on Thursday at the Expo that ‘will explore a narrative that begins well before any accepted mainstream human civilisation came into being.

While other events have come and gone, the the Starlight Wellbeing Expo is now in its seventeenth year.

The expo, which is held biennially, offers a truly ‘Byron experience’, with practitioners, workshops, chanting, singing and sacred ceremonies.

Director Raym says it’s ‘an opportunity to meet some of the area’s finest readers and healers in a friendly, safe and nurturing space’.

Better health, wellbeing, personal development and spiritual growth are the focus of the Starlight Wellbeing Expo, to be held Thursday January 9 to Sunday January 12 at the A&I Hall, Station Street, Bangalow.


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