Arrente belief is the name given to the aborigines' belief. The
aboriginal people used to believe in rocks, but the most
acceptable word used in English is dreaming. They followed
traditionally beliefs and their dreams were personal. Each
person had a link to it either in their minds or by
representation of a totem. A totem is an object in which
aborigines believe and that the spirit of their ancestors were
in those objects. The birth of a child was for them a link to
their dreaming spirits. When they looked at the landscape in
front of them, they wouldn’t just see the simplest but would say
that the relationship with the earth is thus of a mother that
watches them. They had their own concept concerning the rocks
named as devils marbles and that the boulders protected them.
They put much stress on the spiritual identity as well as the
connection, whether just physical or spiritual, to land.