Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is located within the Northern Territory of Australia – the red center! This outback desert has been home to the indigenous Anangnu Aborigines for over 40,000 years. For thousands of years the Anangnu women have sung the Seven Sisters Songline. The songline is still sung today as part of the living culture of Anangu who tell their creation story through a mixture of dance, art and music. If you are interested in finding out more, I’d like to invite you to visit the following website that has a performance and interviews of the Anangu women:
Uluru is a very sacred place and was the perfect location for Dr. Todd Ovokaitys to perform The Creation Choir, singing tones that took us back to our original creation. Back to the Seven Sisters – The Pleiadians. The choir began with a Welcome to Country, given by Dorothea Randall and two other Anangu women. Profound tones were sung by over 300 voices, forever changing those present and imprinting a new songline within the grids around Uluru.
Credit: Monika Muranyi https://www.monikamuranyi.com/2015-creation-choir-uluru