Lilyology reclaims and repositions Australian Indigeus Kwings in a vibrant, theorizing space. It navigates terrain within and between Indigeus Kwings and Western Kwledges. Indigeus Kwings are fundamentally different to Western Kwledges, and many Indigeus researchers/educators struggle in finding their place within the framework of Western Kwledge. At the same time, n-Indigeus researchers/educators are challenged to understand and contextualise Indigeus Kwings as ontologies and epistemologies in their own right. This book hypothesizes this difference by navigating a space of colliding trajectories, urging forward the author and other Indigeus researchers/educators to pursue alternate ways to express, operate within, and find ways to play in this space. This book uses metaphor, story, and imaging to embody the author's own Kwing through the crafting of Lilyology with waterlilys, sweet potatoes, spiders, and brick walls.