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Moremore... the shark with no tail

Moremore ~ The Shark God of Maori - possibly a representation of Dakuwaqa?

In pre-European society most marae had one main fire, which was kept alive 24-7. It was known as the ahi-ka-roa (long burning fire) and it signified the on-going life of that marae. It was never extinguished as the living flame represented the mana of the tribe. The families who maintain the fires through successive generations were recognised as keepers of the ahi-ka-roa and as such keepers of the mana whenua.

This is a brief overview of the physical and spiritual structure of the marae, the meeting ground of the Maori people. Hopefully it wil.

To this day, as well, Rona regrets her outburst and pays dearly for that one moment of madness. Don’t be like Rona and blame others for your misfortune. Respect all things… at all times.

Toitu te Mana maori The story of Rona is a classic Maori tale and is used to teach us about respect for all things. Rona it seems was n.

Toitehuatahi... his son Raurukitahi and grandson Nga Puna Ariki o Whatonga

his son Raurukitahi and grandson Nga Puna Ariki o Whatonga

GURU, the pioneering Gang Starr rapper who pushed hip-hop to new boundaries by fusing rap with jazz rhythms

GURU, the pioneering Gang Starr rapper who pushed hip-hop to new boundaries by fusing rap with jazz rhythms

Guru's love for jazz extended beyond just samples. In 1993, he began a series of recordings called Jazzmatazz, which paired him and other rap acts with different jazz singers and musicians, including guitarist Ronnie Jordan and vocalist Dee C. Lee.

Guru's love for jazz extended beyond just samples. In he began a series of recordings called Jazzmatazz, which paired him and other rap acts with different jazz singers and musicians, including guitarist Ronnie Jordan and vocalist Dee C.

"This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness.” - Dalai Lama

The Root; the first chakra. The Sacral; the second chakra. The Solar Plexus; the third chakra. The Heart; the fourth chakra. The Throat; the fifth chakra. The Third Eye; the sixth chakra. The Crown; the seventh chakra.

Baron Samedi by Andre Pierre.  Baron Samedi is the voodoo loa of the crossroads, protector of children, and protector of cemetaries.

Baron Samedi by Andre Pierre (born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti) was a farmer and an active vodou practitioner before being introduced to the Centre d'Art in the late by film-maker Maya Deren, who had admired his temple wall paintings.