"Maui," the demi-god who fished the Hawaiian islands from the sea. By Brittney Lee.

"Maui," the demi-god who fished the Hawaiian islands from the sea. By Brittney Lee. I love this legend. He is also a demi-god in New Zealand.

Tales from the mythologies of Creation, Maui and Aoraki - YouTube

Tales from the mythologies of Creation, Maui and Aoraki - Te Reo, Video - NZEDGE

Traditional Maori Legends NGA TAI Korero Warren Pohatu NEW Zealand Picture Book 1869488679 | eBay

Nga Tai Korero (Traditional Maori Legends) Warren Pohatu NEW Zealand Picture Book 1869488679

From Te Papa national museum, a short film about the Māori traditional creation story from Te Kore, to Te Pō, to Te Ao-mārama.

From Te Papa national museum, a short film about the Māori traditional creation story from Te Kore, to Te Pō, to Te Ao-mārama.

Hinenuitpo, Maori goddess of life and death

Hine-nui-te-Po, the Polynesian goddess of night, darkness, and death; the queen…

http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/te-hi-ika-maori-fishing/page-1

Tangoroa- Maori myth: the god of the sea. His children were fish and reptiles. He has a rivalry with the forest

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