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The maori 2
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The maori 2

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  • 1. Contemporary traditional maori culture,part 2 The maori creation story:the separation of heaven and earth By Julio Sifuentes culture and geography 1,31,11 period 6
  • 2. "All humans are descended from one pair of ancestors rangi and papa who are also calld heaven and earth
  • 3. "In those days heaven and earth clung closely together, and allwass darkness.
  • 4. Rangi and papa had sx sons tane mahuta the father of the forest and their inhabitants.
  • 5. Tawhiri ma tea the father of winds and storms
  • 6. Tangaroa the father of fish and reptiles.
  • 7. Tu matauenga the father of fierce human beings.
  • 8. Haumia tikitiki the father of food that grows without cultivation.
  • 9. And Rongo ma tane the father of cultivatied food
  • 10. In the beginning these six sonce and all other beings lives in darkness for an extremely long time able only to wonder what light and vision might be like.
  • 11. After a battle between the sic sons tu matauenga ate 4 of his brothers ass food sparing tawhiri ma tea the father of winds and storms.
  • 12. This is why today people are fierce and have war why people eat plants and animals and why ther are storms

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