MT16 Mission Track
New human prepares to emerge
Each part together as one
MT15 Mission Track
and now the
kindness that extends from
will keep you
A spirit enters the flesh mother via the Earth Mother
MT14 Mission Track
An Elder appears in a gully in the Hermannsburg Mission-Land
watched over by the Maidens
like they are expecting someone
MT13 Mission Track
There is direction and purpose here, the Native Mission cross is under Larlkintanherrama.
It is connecting with the Mother, who is everywhere.
MT12 Mission Track
With the Lutheran church on one side of the track and the Native Mission cross on the other, does this mean a split between them?
The Mother is witness to this.
MT11 Mission Track
Church and Land
The Hermannsburg mission buildings were in a low walled compound, surrounded by the Land of the Natives.
CG38 Coffee Grinding Track
Placing the mother-in-law
MT10 Mission Track
the tensional pull
the land and the church
Larlkintanherrama - Lutheran
MT9a (Mission Track) Bury the Church (missionaries) - but they saved the First People of the Land!
A tumblrite has suggested to bury the church, and from my recent postings - ‘#hermannsburg mission’ I seem to be vilifying the missionaries so this is a logical and emotive response. But wait! Christians are pro-life! They kept the tribe together, and ON their Land. So in the end the blood flowed from the Land again and into the hearts of its people who were there to receive it! The alternative was to be killed, raped and scattered by the pastoralists, governments and opportunists! Like, I think missionaries were summoned by the ‘Dreamtime’ to help protect and save the Land’s first people from Her second people, so they might co-exist!
MT9 Mission Track
watch from under the palms
mergers with Church
what is left?
Natives are the first people, white Christians the second.
Land must adapt, will Church adapt? Should Church adapt?
MT8 Mission Track
The Native Mission cross has receded over the horizon, framed by two Maidens. They seem to be protecting it from the line of fighters in the foreground.
Compassion and aggression, two opposing human traits, but can they both be constructive or destructive?
MT7 Mission Track
And now is the best time to
recount the goodness of
your encounter with the black –
“But wait, I’m not finished
As I said, it’s a work in progress
as in never ending”
And this is what draws us forward
The Native Mission cross is suspended between
over the horizon and under the hill.
MT5 Mission Track
and time and again
this is what I am saying to you
that what transpires is the
urgency of personal expedience
(from under the social shroud of local norms)
Native Mission cross appears above Mt Hermannsburg, with the Maidens in attendance
And a line of fighters attendant in the white
Land has morphed, the Christian religion hasn’t
There is nurturing, there is violent aggression.
What has happened here?