Exploring the Under Earth

There are countless beautiful places on the face of this Earth, however not very often are we able to examine the beauty of those places beneath the surface. Ngiligi Cave in Western Australia is one such place that I had the fortune of visiting many years ago. Though the cave was only discovered by Europeans in 1899, it has strong connections with the Aboriginal dream-time stories, being where the good spirit Ngilgi, with the help of storm, wind and sea, defeated the evil spirit Wolgine. Today the Wardandi people are still custodians of the cave and it is hard not to feel the spirituality of the place. The endless stalagmites and expansiveness of the cave give the impression of a cathedral carved from nature.

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9 Comments

  1. Very very cool! Love caves! Have been fortunate to see Carlsbad Caverns, Wind Cave, Jewel Cave and many others in the US! The only cave I’ve ever visited in Europe was Grottes de Han-sur-Lesse. Even though I was a child I can still remember it–especially the incredible short boat ride at the end, and the firing of a small cannon to startle the bats!

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