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Essay heading: Aboriginal Dispossession
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Date added: December 23, 1996
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Aboriginal people were unable to draw effectively on the spiritual power of the Dreaming and the ancestral spirits. Dreaming stories were rendered meaningless: stories only hold meaning if one has connection with the land. Aborigines had their lives robbed of meaning as it subsequently destroyed their spirituality as well...
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Many Indigenous people felt alienated and isolated from their culture. Dispossession broke up Aboriginal nations and disturbed the religious and cultural beliefs and practices around which their lives had been centred. Kinship integrates culture, rituals and hierarchical roles. The continuing effect of being separated from kinship groups led to them not being able to fulfil their spiritual requirements such as taking care of their personal totems, nurturing the land and conducting ceremonies and rituals...
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