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Red Wanjina Watchers T-shirts, from the DreamRaiser™ range of products – limited edition of art T-shirts featuring Wanjina of Courage© by Gina Sinozich (M, L, XL, XXL).

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Black Wanjina Watchers T-shirts, from the DreamRaiser™ range of products – limited edition of art T-shirts featuring Wanjina of Courage© by Gina Sinozich (M, L, XL, XXL).

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is a part of the DreamRaiser™ Project, founded in 2009 by Vesna Tenodi, in Sydney, Australia. The themes explored are referenced to pre-aboriginal Australian rock art depicting Wanjinas as created by Abrajanes – an advanced race predating the arrival of aboriginal tribes by thousands of years.

“Wanjin” is a term from Asian languages, and means the “Traveller”.

The two groups of anthropomorphic clothed figures known as Bradshaw and Wanjina, were recorded by the first explorers in the 19 th Century. All aboriginal informants since have claimed that these images were not created by ancestors of any contemporary tribe, and could not explain the meaning encoded in the images.

DreamRaiser™ art has a threefold purpose:
* to revive the forgotten Abrajanal spirituality and help real aboriginal people;
* to advocate for freedom of expression; and
* as a protest against ideologically-driven art censorship as has been enforced for half a century against non-aboriginal artists in Australia.

Since its inception in 2009, the DreamRaiser™ Project has attracted a number of international artists, who now create art inspired by Abrajanal (pre-aboriginal) rock art.

By purchasing this T-shirt you are supporting the DreamRaiser™ mission, vision and values.

DreamRaiser™ T-shirts – in red and black – are a limited edition of the Wanjina of Courage© image, from the WanjinaWatchers© opus created by Gina Sinozich, to illustrate the book “Dreamtime Set in Stone – the Truth about Australian Aborigines, as requested by the Those-Who-Know” by Vesna Tenodi and aboriginal elder Goomblar Wylo.

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