Nimbin-the mythology of Australia

01 May

Nimbin – just a small town in northern New South Wales, he is one of the most important places in the mythology of Australia. His name he has inherited from the legendary Niimbundzhi, powerful shaman, who possessed supernatural abilities, and become famous thanks to the mystical ability to heal.
Not far from Nimbina is a source of energy, to which come all who want to become a shaman. Here they pass the test, acquire knowledge and learn to communicate with spirits – these skills allow them to continue to take a leading position in his tribe.

The name is also associated Niimbundzhi legend of a giant dog – a topic in the popular mythology, most of the peoples of Australia. According to this legend, the mystic, and his colleague Niimbundzhi Balugaan had two dogs. One day, chasing kangaroos, they reached the town Ilbogan where the animal has become a tricky water snake escaped from their enemies. Dogs caught and killed by local residents. Niimbundzhi Balugaan and took away the body of people their pets and brought them to the waterfall at the mountain Vijay, where their remains were turned into stones. At night the dogs dingoes become huge, and go hunting. Vijay Gore is revered as a sacred place of mystical people who live here bundzhalung.

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