Day 14: Oceanian pairing Pele & Hi’iaka — Goddess of fire, lightning, wind, volcanoes, and the creator of the islands. Goddess of Hawaii, the islands, nature, and patroness of hula dancers. | Hiʻiaka was conceived in Tahiti, but carried in the form of an egg to Hawaiʻi by Pele, who kept the egg with her at all times to incubate it. Hiʻiaka is Pele’s favorite and most loyal sister, although they have also had their differences. Hiʻiaka was the first God of this pantheon (the Pele family) born
Goddess of Fire :.Pele.: by syaiz on DeviantArt
Pele is the fiery Hawaiian volcano goddess. The daughter of the earth goddess Haimea, Pele came to Hawaii on a boat. Killed in a fight with her sister, ... Goddess of Fire :.Pele.:
Big Island Inspired Artists Varez, Berger, Dawson and friends
Dietrich Varez is one of the Big Island's most beloved artists. Fine Art Prints by The Magic Mo in Volcano, Hawaii.
Pele, Hawaii Goddess of Fire: Hawaiian Legend ⋆ Mythical Realm
Pele is one of the most well known and revered in Hawaiian mythology. Pele is a goddess of fire, lightning, dance, wind, volcanoes and violence.
Tāwhirimātea, god of weather
Tāwhirimātea, the god of weather, grasps lightning in one hand and is encased in a whirlwind. Tāwhirimātea waged war on his brothers after they conspired to separate their parents, Ranginui (sky father) and Papatūānuku (earth mother). While his brothers remained with their mother, Tāwhirim...
Ranginui (Sky father) and Papatuanuku (Earth mother) in the beginning. Where light was nothingness deemed by Io Matua te Kore (Supreme God of nothingness). The creation tradition according to the Māori people. #NewZealand #Aotearoa