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Secret Map of Canberra

In the public interest.

A Secret Map Of Canberra

Chris Hammer

Volume 72, Number 1, 2013

I stand on the forecourt of Parliament House, gazing north along Walter Burley Griffin’s grand land axis. Clouds scuttle across the blue sky and tourists swirl across the brown paving, but I remain still, contemplating the vista.… Continue reading

Is There an Occult History of Canberra

This is an interesting video in the public interest.

Parliament House was designed by Freemasons to resemble sacred geometry


First Prime Minister had Values of Trust, Competence, Stability to give Hope


Fisher, Andrew (1862–1928)

by D. J. Murphy

This article was published in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 8, (MUP), 1981

Andrew Fisher (1862-1928), prime minister, was born on 29 August 1862 at Crosshouse, near Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, Scotland, second son of Robert Fisher, coalminer, and his wife Jane, née Garvin. Robert Fisher,… Continue reading

Andrew Fisher Australia’s First Prime Minister

Andrew Fisher

Aborigines claim citizen rights!-a statement of the case for the Aborigines Progressive Association by J.T. Patten and W. Ferguson.
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Cover of Not Slaves, Not Citizens: Condition of the Australian Aborigines in the Northern Territory by Yvonne Nicholls, 1952.
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Brian Charles Fitzpatrick


Andrew Fisher (1862-1928) served as prime minister in 1908-09, 1919-13, and 1914-15. He was one of the founders of the Labor Party in Australia. He rose to office from great poverty, beginning work in a Scottish coal pit at the… Continue reading

Foundation Stone of Canberra 12 March 1913

David Headon ‘‘But Once in a History’: Canberra’s Foundation Stones and Naming ‘


Papers on Parliament No. 59 
April 2013

David Headon ‘But Once in a History’: Canberra’s Foundation Stones and Naming Ceremonies, 12 March 1913*

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When King O’Malley, the ‘legendary’ King O’Malley,… Continue reading

Burley Griffin Society and Marion Mahony First Female Architect

  Detail from “Section B-A Northerly Side of Water Axis: Black Mountain to Lake Park”, National Archives of Australia: A710 40  

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Integrity of Canberra’s Parliamentary Triangle threatened

The Parliamentary Triangle, Canberra and its important symbolism created by the Griffins’ plan for Canberra is threatened by the proposed sale of two of its original buildings, East Block, home to the National Archives of Australia and West Block.

This privatisation… Continue reading

Sustainability & Peace Encouragement Award for Kids to Unite People (SPEAK UP Award)

Worldpeacefull is establishing a Sustainability & Peace Encouragement Award for Kids to Unite People (SPEAK UP).  This is an Award that will be set up around the world to encourage young people between 10 and 18 to develop projects in peace and sustainability.  It is a great way to focus young people on… Continue reading

Summary of British Nuclear Weapons Tests in Australia

Summary – British Nuclear Weapons Tests in Australia

Jim Green

National nuclear campaigner – Friends of the Earth, Australia

The general attitude of white settlers towards Australian Aborigines was profoundly racist; Aboriginal society was considered one of the lowest forms of civilisation and doomed to extinction. Their land was considered empty and available… Continue reading

When Kookaburra’s Are Not Laughing


I have to say I am sad tonight, as I was driving at night through a thick forest I suddenly saw a kookaburra on the road, at first I didn’t know what it was as it was dark then as I got close I saw this magestic bird.  It was so strange as… Continue reading

Australia: Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park

Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park is a national park in the South West region of Western Australia (Australia), 267 km south of Perth. It is named after the two locations at either end of the park which have lighthouses, Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste. It is located in the Augusta-Margaret… Continue reading


Mohandas Gandhi

“Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be.”