There were two sisters and a brother, who emerged from the Underworld to set the world to rights. First they done good by creating the landscape of Australia and filling it with goodly things.
Then things went a little pear-shaped. The two sisters broke off pieces of their naughtiest bits to make sacred talismans. After that, legends abound and rebound and multiply — suddenly there are three sisters instead of two. What? Who? When? Did we fall asleep during the break?
The end result is always the same. For some reason, women follow men and a man has to come from somewhere. There also seems to be a great deal of confused similarity with the Wawalag sisters. The wonderful wizards of Oz seem to make it up as they go along the yellow outback track.
See Bildjiwuaroju. Or better still, drop us a line and explain the whole thing to us. This is not Godchecker’s finest hour. We have a headache.
Djanggawul Facts and Figures
Pronunciation: Coming soon
Alternative names: Djanggau, Djanggewul
Gender: Male and female
Area or people: Yolngu people of Northern Territory
Celebration or Feast Day: Unknown at present
In charge of: Creating
Area of expertise: Creation
Good/Evil Rating: OKAY, not bad
Popularity index: 3475
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Article last revised on April 22, 2019 by the Godchecker data dwarves.
Editors: Peter J. Allen, Chas Saunders
References: Coming soon.