Don'tburn their boats Paul Pearce[hawaiki] / Jul 02,2006 9:20AM / Scrap :0

why Labor does not win an election seeAustralian foreign policy Indonesia East Timor 1965 - 2006.  You cannotdefeat a party when they introduce the same policy as your own.  Back inthe 1970's when Australians were irate about jounalists being killed in Dhilithe Australian Labor Party was busy establishing the 200 mile limit andexpected to have more than half way between Indonesia and Australia. Basically they wanted the whole continental shelf.  The reasons for thisis they had recently completed resource exploration and new ofthe possible gas and oil deposits available forexploitation.  Deals were done at the expense of East Timoriseindependance.  The subsequent invasion of East Timor over 20 years laterwas because the Australian Liberal National coalition wanted to abscond asmuch resource as possible from surrounding borders.  There was acomplication of shared zoning that I will not go into here as it would belengthy.  The 1000 kilometre zones now in place, due to island andterritory ownership, extentions of the EEZ 200 nautical miles (370km) concept are nothing more than inequitable land grabs by thosecountries actively doing this to obtain resources and future wealth fromwhat was rightfully a public domain or historically should belong to anothergroup of people.  Countries followed the USA on this course, somethrough greed and the rest as a necessity for fear they lose out to anothercountry.  Was what is occuring now what the instigators of theEEZ philosophy intended or were they either ignorant of what would occur ordown right sceming to obtain a favorable position and future control ofthe resource environment.  Environmental protection is nothingother than an excuse for this ownership as Australia is as likely to outfisha southern ocean territory as any other country would, but just forthemselves and in their own time (ie. preferential control oflicensing).  The American tuna industry is far more damaging than anyexisting international whaling enterprise.  The problem is known to greenpeace and other environmental groups but defending fish just doesnot bring in the dollars for these groups.  Once an area is fishedout they move to a new one.  Poorer countries whose boundariesclaim the seas fished by the giant corporations are subjected to politicalbullying and/or a need for money so let them in.  Once the tuna isfished out they will not pack up and disband the industry but move on to thenext available species.  This will not cease till the biodiversity ofour oceans are depleted beyond restoration.  The later just mentioned isalready happening now.  If you don't believe this go to a once popularfishing spot and see if the fish species are as plentifyul as ten yearsprevious.  The countries attempts to rejuvenate fish stocks by punishingthe local fisherman is a total waste of time.  Indonesian fishing boatsare burnt for political reasons and not environmental ones.  Large shipsenter Australian waters all the time and are capable of emptying ballast aslong as they are out at sea.  Indonesian fishing boats are burnt becausethey supposedly may introduce new wood worm species.  Stories provethese fishing boats have been visiting the top of Australia and tradingand intermarrying with Australian Aboriginals for at least a 800 yearsand most likely thousands of years.  So logically any threat ofworms would not exsist as they would have been introduced a long timeago.  Basically Indonesian people of the southern islands are asAboriginal to the Australian Continental shelf as Australian Aboriginals areto their homelands.   Both lose all rights when miningand oil/gas exploration is involved and occasionally are given a weakenedcompromise.  True equity in any decision making isnon-existant. The Uluru National Park and joint management  isan attempt at displaying the good will of European Australians. However there is only one resource of value to European Australians thatexists there. The tourism industry wants the rock.  The governmentpromise of a condition free hand over of land was soon rescindedfor the deal that if you want the land you have to allow tourismat the rock.    

A point to note: the baleen whales do notonly eat krill but eat a large amount of kryptoplankton, especially thewhale tribes of the Northern Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.  So they doaffect fish stocks.  An increase of whales off the East Coast ofAustralia, along with over fishing  could have partly attributed tothe distruction of the gem fish industry.  So what do we want?... fish to eat or whales to look at?  When commercial fishing hasdepleted all fish stocks and thus the kryptoplankton whales will die outanyway.  Or should a more sensible industry be developed other than"tourism for those who gain wealth through exploitation of the resourcesbeyond carrying capacity".  My answer, "Ban commercial fishingcorporations outright" and allow freedom for small business and thosewho want to eat fish to go and catch there own without fear ofretribution by over zealous policing policy.  Reintroduce fish marketsto public participation only.  Remove fish shops attempting toretail overpriced commodity thus limiting wastage of non-consumedcatch". 

The world today: But if they are allowedto kill one whale they will kill them all. 

I say:

If you kill one Iraqi you are allowed tokill them all.  Decision makers of this world place more value on atourism commodity, let alone oil, than a human life. Indigenous Australians need to be setfree of their bondage. 

I would like to acknowledge Mr.Howard, Mr. Downer and last but not least Mr. Evans.

Trait's required to be an Australianpolitician:

 arrogance, scheming, ignorance ofnative peoples needs and ownership, presumptuously possessive ofcunning, ability to contrive sympathetic consideration, and preferably anacting ability.   

funge Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / Jul 01,2006 5:04AM / Scrap :0

The regions of the Earth

that we all know,

are talismans of Fu.


sew the seam

and make it do

Account of westerners from Banks onthe Endeavour to later arrivals witnessed what they believed to be a strangebehaviour.  There was an incident where conflict resultedin a few Indigenous people being shot or shot at..  As theyleft the locals who carried fire with them lit the grass up as theyretreated away.  The Europeans could not understand why even tothis day no explanation has been given except maybe to throw up a smokescreen (Nicholson 1981).   Rediculous comments that TasmanianAboriginals could not make fire etcetera are only an attemptedreasononing for depreciating the capabilities of a people in orderto justify that they did not deserve to survive or would not have survived ina modern world anyway.  A justification of genecide and hopefully the reasonmy ancestor and family left Tasmania for New Zealand where we have integratedwith the local people through intermarriage since arriving. Either that or he, a retired soldier, considered Australiancolonial society would spiral down-hill once all the convicts werereleased and decided to move on.  This may seem irrelevant to thesubject but there has to be a fundamental reason for the difference in racialattitudes between descendants of earlier European migrants of bothnationalities.  It must be accepted political and culturalproblems have developed from sections of New Zealandsociety when attempting such integration although these are mostly ofrecent times with the introduction of new government policies suchas enforced multiculturalism and environmental laws.  Theconditioning of Australians displays complete unwillingness tounderstand a people as equals and they are considered nothing more than asubject to study in academic circles.  A little understanding oflanguage and a people and not just concentrating on digging up the dead ortheir possessions finds the answer. 

The most obvious reason Indigenouspeople lit fire as they retreated was an unfortunate misunderstanding ontheir part, of the capabilities of the weapons and tools possessed by thenew arrivals .  They would have been burning the land atthe wrong time of the social and ecoclogical cycle with a purpose ofintent, to drive out the enemy by causing him to go hungryshould he desire to stay.  This is why different accounts of firefarming practices witnessed exist to this day and the reason some new comersthought the Aboriginal people burnt the land sporadically withoutpurpose during any season and on every occasion they wereseen.  The burning of an enemies land was a strategy ofwarfare, a method of settling neighbourhood disputes and a methodof driving away undesirable people (Hill and Buchanan 1999, .....).  

Government policy is farcical: A warningto Governments of Indigenous peoples requiring financial aid.

Would you place your trust andfuture of your children into the hands of such a giant?

The Environmental Policies have toinclude the consultation of Indigenous peoples as required by Agenda 21 andthe Earth Summit which Australia ratified.  Participation as partof integrated management is the catch phrase at the moment.  Whilelearning such academic philosphy those of us with a conscience  aresubjected to such teaching tools as tapes of satire underthe pretentious guise of 'role modeling'.  The incident of interest,a court case where there is no Aboriginal participation, holdingdiscussions on.......  This cultural heritage course rolemodel  only included European participants, some of whomportrayed their ludicrous racist excuses for why Europeans have as much rightto the land and resources as the Indigenous peoples who arrived thousands ofyears before them.  The whole episode was treated as a joke and noattempted Indigenous participation was included in the role model. They claim that as a role model it was intended torepresent different opinions, however without Aboriginal participationand regarding it was being used within a Cultural Heritage Course and not apolitical subject does not warrant such justification.  It amountsto nothing more than a tool created by a people intent to persistwith their naive racist perceptions of the problems that exists.

more to come 


Hill, R. and Buchanan,D. 1999, Aborigines and fire in the wet tropics of Queensland, Australia:Ecosystem Management Across Cultures. Society and Natural Resources 12:205-223. 

Nicholson, H. 1981, Fireand the australian Aborigine - an enigma in A. M. Gill et al. (eds) Fire and the Australian Biota,Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, pp. 55-76. 

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matisu matesa PaulPearce [hawaiki] / Jul 01,20061:40AM / Scrap :0

see it's Si Zi

Hawaiain Ka is Nihonjin Ka changed from Ta due to religeon or worshipof a particular God they disagreed with others on??. What is the Ka ma ka ziphylosophy? Tamatasi. 

kamikaze tamitase. 


tami, tatami press down,repress, suppress, food, smother, completed in weaving see tatami// tame Maori and Ngo regarding mats. 

tatami vines for protectingroof thatching (press down) from the wind (aform of weaving) Maoriand wind kami Ngo

tahe sacred food offering to an aatua, cause to abort, clearof obstructions, exude, drop, flow.(kaze Ngo. what was done before the flight)   theseare the reasons why, where, what, when, how?

[kamikaze divine wind: what is divine? the honour of,and way of giving sacrifice for your divine emporer. tere.   To fall on your own sword for your King (see David, Kings, Bible.)]

on the humerous side tahe for 'to drop' is why the outhousewhere you did your jobs was called the kaze. It is where you go to to drop one, possibly derived from anexclamation made by a person on the receiving end of Kamikaze or similar,"Oh shit!".  But some think it comes from Italian Casa, however I don't see theconnection as case isplural for houses.   

look Swahili domesticfire work zi same as others si.

mi ngi much and strong=?? nu i i is equal ngi as ra ngi instead of ra'i.  moro kepo

simi mimi himi means if Tamoan changed hi to si it happened very long agowhen Qu, Ngo and Ta wererelated as one language.

[note on former subjectTu severed from God according to Bible story giving motu and mutu.]

Bali high Paul Pearce[hawaiki] / Jun 30,2006 9:19AM / Scrap :0

Basa                                   Maori                    English

1 - siki                              tiki                         whatsin people. Tiki personificationof the losers arei e taka.
2 - kalih                              kari he                 kari rush down violently upon  he wipe away  

                                           karihi      are thesinkers on a drag net [pulled along bottom, not swimmers]
3 - tiga                                ti nga (obsolete)  (the people, tchi etc) overcome or Singa is Ru.
4 - pat                                 patinga or papata     flowingof the tide or numerous scattered        
5 - lima                              rima                         why Maori didn't eat pua'a ?         
6 -  enem       enema        eneene               utterleyconsumed, wasted, bear 

                                                                [Greeks were here B.C. enema washing away withfluid]     
7 - pitu                              whitu  itu                tobe able to stand   piused as means view of landscape
8 -  kutus                            kutu he orkutu(si)    earthstanding the nits wiped away see who is still

9 - sia                                  tia                        servant persistency (regarding those who survive)

                                                                          kaha strong persistant ridge (able to swim to a hill)
10 -dasa                            taha                        dasa means servant in area where worship Hare Krishna.

                                                                          taha, to passon one side, steal by, [to become subserviant

                                                                          and obedient to Ra(ma).]

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anga tupu Paul Pearce[hawaiki] / Jun 30,2006 7:58AM / Scrap :0


olde English triow, treo, treow

tureao turewao  possibly tu for standing ao is world (waold) orclouds in Polynesian pikiclimbing to the ......

and wao means forest, she (ku) was covered in denseforest (waoku) atone time until the fires destroyed her. see wawao.

or possibly 

tareao, tarewao, tutareao, tutarewao

what the trees do forthe people tare andtutare"liberation by Tane" Tibetan Budhism and where Tiki story became partof culture, (to be strangled by eel).  

Judas Escariot the loser depicted as hung(strangled).

A Polynesian story in   

Reed, A., 1974, Myths and Legends of Polynesia,Reed Publishing, Wellington.

Therefore my web page about Tiki andTuna (ika tamaroa)

the poem involves "io".Tanga te a te.

Do not view page in ialmond it does notwork. It has to be cut and pasted to new page address.   this page needs updating asI have learnt more about it since its creation.


tuturi draw up the knees

tuwiri tremble or be afraid (in the forewist 4) dereist da te'or.

kareao, kakareao, karewao, kakarewao

supplejack climbingplant  kaka fibreor single hair, stalk, hard wood (fire hardens wood) and makes trees stronger(Marri, Stradebroke Is.)

or more to the point canmean a shrub 'because burnt by fire' (ka).


bushman of Wao itanga tutu, ingiere                         anga ti e ve

ya Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / Jun 29,2006 10:14AM / Scrap:0

jarramali          hotdry time of year        tare ra maki, hang of sun lowers making people sick from heat.

         tare hang, gasp for breath, drawn towards. ra is sun and maki meanssick. From time when heat was unbearable and people had to stayinside (see Casablanca Kasapuranaka keekee).

bulur                coldtime                      pururudense of foliage, shady thick with leaves, blocks the sun

                                                             close together, crowded as in the dark, nehenehe o Ku,

                                                             nehera ancient times (KuRa). 

walarr   totem   (openforest bee)    he fought rainforestbee and won.  wara desire rere neglect the openforest encroached on the rainforest which shrunk in size to itspresent status because of fire.

dabu    totem(rainforestbee)          rainforestbee fleed to find safety deep in rainforest.  hapu meaning pregnant IfKu was to be pregnant it would have been deep in the rainforest that sheconceived.    

hapu section of a tribe, clan, secondarytribe.   the rainforest people lost out to the openforestpeople.   

jimalili totem creation of fire(rainforest lizard)   ti mariri people tranquilised, allayed therainforest of Ku with fire.  Reason Maori believe the lizards are badomens. ti ma riri.  ma means come and go and clear. Riri means quarrel or fight between two tribes or same hapu overland, women.  Fighting with fire to destroy the enemiesland?   lizard in Maori is moko,

mo ko meaning concern about youngerwomen (see story why Mataora received taatuu).    

birra-birra    regrowthareas           pirerea pirerea  pirere fledgling which has left the nest. These arereplenishment areas for protecting the new population recruites (not to beburnt).  

madja        rainforest                                   mahuta 

Kuku Yalanji words obtained from

Hill, R. and Buchanan,D. 1999, Aborigines and fire in the wet tropics of Queensland, Australia:Ecosystem Management Across Cultures. Society and Natural Resources 12:205-223. 

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safety kooreke kaukau PaulPearce [hawaiki] / Jun 29,20069:02AM / Scrap :0


ru na Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / Jun 29,2006 8:08AM / Scrap :0

Another Ru countingsystem.  here I have taken the numbers from one to ten in Basa andconverted them to Maori and then into English.  

  Is Ra grooming her?  

Bali mcFali Paul Pearce[hawaiki] / Jun 29,2006 7:02AM / Scrap :0

Basa                                   Maori                    English

1 - siki                              hiki                        pulled up and thus carry away
2 - kalih                              kari he                 kari rush down violently upon  he wipe away  

                                           karihi      are thesinkers on a drag net [pulled along bottom, not swimmers]
3 - tiga                                ti nga (obsolete)  (the people, see ji tchi jin etc) overcome 
4 - pat                                 patinga or papata     flowingof the tide or numerous scattered       
5 - lima                              rima                         why Maori didn't eat pua'a ?         
6 -  enem       enema        eneene               utterleyconsumed, wasted, bear 

                                                                [Greeks were here B.C. enema washing away withfluid]     
7 - pitu                              whitu  itu                tobe able to stand   piused as means view of landscape
8 - kutus                            kutu he orkutu(si)    earthstanding the nits wiped away see who is still

9 - sia                                 hia                        How many (taken)? Raised, drawn up (survivors) caught on a

                                                                         hook pull yourselves together it is the dawn of a new day. He

                                                                          desires or wishes for this.
10 - dasa                            taha                        dasa means servant in area where worship Hare Krishna.

                                                                          taha, to passon one side, steal by, [to become subserviant

                                                                          and obedient to Ra(ma).]

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Bali Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / Jun 29,2006 6:56AM / Scrap :0

Basa Bali   kasa kari    TheBali people weresea voyagers who sailed their parehu to Eastern India for trade.  Here ba has changed from ka for home or village so basa is the same as theEuropean casa. Thereason for the change can be found in the name Bali which is equivillent to the Maori kariKari would have originallymeant 'to knock down a house or village', which is what tidal waves do. For this reason houses were built to withstand small tidal waves (built onstilts) or more importantly when regarding the island the nameimplies they lived high up in the hills and the ka was changed to pa or ba meaning 'to block'and is equivelant to the Polynesian pa like those at Rurutu.  Increased population changed the mainreasons for living on a pa fromprotection from tidal waves to a fortress styled for protection fromenemies.  This was especially evident in New Zealand.  Basa bali is a house or placeto provide protection from the tidal waves and possibly implies theywere enroute between two or more other points.  Sa means a covering andis used from Samoa andTonga through Asiato Europe

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Orissa Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / Jun 25,2006 11:55AM / Scrap:0


Rani Sati Dadi Rangi Tahu (tati, deredura)  turama Rourn

tahi no ra

taitea toketoke tongataitai eke titi iva oa ..............sai sapuiwi soneone

tsu Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / Jun 24,2006 10:48AM / Scrap:0

Ngo                                                                      Maori/Polynesian

tsui to drop tofall                                               ta hu i (regarding what to do or happen inEarthquakes,      remember the hui by tatui. te Tuiora manahiki 

kyo evilcalamity                                                  kino evil bad ill will hate ill treat dislike

kyo to make straight,correct,redress             koaaindeed in fact kiokio tattoo lines

kyo the country,village, native place go              koyonder place ka the country, village

kyo breast, chest,heart, mind mune

kyo threaten menaceintimidate obiya

kyo surprise, to besurprised, frighened marvel odoro ki (ku)

kyo respectful reverent

kyo fear oso(re) anxietyoso(reru) to fear oso (roshii), fearful,awful         kino

kyo narrow smallsema(i)                                     

kyo gorge ravine

kyo state of things,stillmore                                koae kowae woe is me

kyo to receive, toenjoy                                         koa glad joyful, rejoice over

kyo addict kuru(i)disorder, warp, kuru(u) to go mad, to get out oforder     koakoa stupid

kyo sake(bu)to exlaim, to shout, to cryfor                 ko shout


more to go from this

However it is plainto see that kyo and words like it are not part of the first language but area mixture of inflexs now pronounced or translated as one syllable. Correctly there are three syllabic examples in kyo and similarsyllables.  For this case kyo can either be o oa or io. Alsothe root word for house village and country around the world is ka so thishas been changed to ko.  

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the ferry man PaulPearce [hawaiki] / Jun 23,20061:18PM / Scrap :0

 Te Papa-kura,Ruiaau, Kipapa-eitara, and Ararau-enua,

Vaine-pururangi, Maine-teaoroa,Vovoaru, Arakitera, Te Aroitau, Te Nonoioiva, Tutunoa, Vaine-moana,Upoko-ara, Patapairu, Pau, Tuonoariki, Te Paku-oavaiki, Ruanoo, Arekaponga,Kava, Maine-pirouru, Tutapuiva, Pakiara, and Maine-pururangi. 

Tangaroa i te Titi,
Tangaroa i te Tata
Eu eu ake ana te rangi,
Kia tae atu te tere o Ru ki uta i te enua.

Ngapuariki te vaka o Ru
Tei tere mai mei Avaiki e
Ko Ngapuariki te vaka o Ru
Tei tere mai mei Avaiki e
I tere tu mai ki konei
Ki Utataki-enua
Na te vaka o Ru-enua i katiri mai
To tatou enua.

This song, which isknown as Ruís Canoe-song, is still sung today.


Timi Koro, Trans. by Drury Low

No offence to any Ahitutaki people but I would like to say although Ido believe the Maori words and past stories  because of otherthings I have encountered I am not sure whether thistranslator has confused two things together or it is meant to have dualmeanings.  One, a reason for a migrations due to Ru and/or  callout for dealing with the problem of being stuck at sea mixed with the actualmigrations that brought people to the island or the actual story of Ru theEarthquake God taking away whole pori as cargo (see meaning ofrummage).  The names of the virgins indicate they were either given orintended as sacrifices to Ru.  Konei ko turae kia kia. Kia korirokai puia. ara longa titi.  vaevae. ariari ura. kihikihi.  keakea koio.  I may when time permits  dedicate an internet placecalled the Room (Ruma a cleared place) for people to rummage (English) (lookthrough what there, [what or whose left in the debri]) of the cargo Rummage(french), what he has taken into his canoe, pahi, ship.  koriorio   angaa nui oi ki tiri televuule 

RaTu Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / Jun 22,2006 8:30AM / Scrap :0

toa heke tana

tai hi

korio for ever

te pere nui kaipito                                 (e'i nai io, e'i iua i nganei kotekote kara kiikii, koo ke oo ke)

kari ou koo teke tai peka(pi)    (kareao)

toko tana

toke i-ku

ko e kookaa kau


koranga ture

ko ito

tau'uu wau'uu  walking on the longline  ringa length of which I know


Nihongo iku for 'go' regarding 'out ofsight' as with .....te korio o Ra i te Ku ne.

English coming is their going.

or is this about growing peas


[kusai bad smell, didshe, so give a covering, sae aa, toringa no'o tutu, ai ki tete, taranui, Samoa tahu, tii raa, mongeitou'ukuei ou ]

shimmer from olde English scimerian The good Samaritan "Ashimmer of Hope" Hou

hore koo tutu  Sa ma and sama, Senior Sese

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puhu Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / Jun 22,2006 1:43AM / Scrap :0

BooHoo = puuhuu

areke take

A tangi story taruaruawera.

I may have to return tothe number ten and go over it again as something could be wrong or have twomeanings.


te reo o tangi te reo o rangi te reo o manawaiwaitotea U Ha; te koteke o tane koreo Hu Ha

Hui tanguru which is also called Ruhi teRangi.    taking account of the tapu.

why didn't NZ Maori eat puaka beforePakeha arrived? but Captain Cook said they new of the word thusthe animal which was part of the diet of others in the Pacific.


note to self Paul Pearce[hawaiki] / Jun 17,2006 12:01AM / Scrap:0

The use of ur, ir or er  was/is a climaticdecision.  (and climacteric)

The marriage time hascome,

from heel to toe,

so now you mustdecide which way you wish to go.

"Tona toutou, tonatoutou, tona toutou."

Have you tried walkingfrom toe to heel

as Spike oncesaid,

a little difficult butno big deal.


finding Christmas canbe likened to

the blooding of thedead.

ngalku  nga ruku   firesfor clearing and ceremonies although some of these may havebecome to appear to the foreigner as nothing more celebratory than asocial practice  = regarding [ceremonial] fires from the naturegods, Ru who clears away (Earthquakes) and Ku (Earthmother) rukuwas Maori ceremony said before child birth to clear the way.

bubu = land   pupu tribaltherefore = tribal land , because not allowed to burnanother tribes land by law.

duduy bajaku overgrown, tutue patiaku (patia ku, pataku, poreore)

bubu jirrbujirrbuda neglectedland, pupu tirereputirereputa  tirere careless rere neglectpure purepure arrange in patches or tufts (burning patterns in grass),have not affected the pure rite (rituals, with fire), long vowel and  puurere flee or escape (land left abandoned so animals can escapeinto it, not good for hunting) and tufts of feathers for canoe.  putangacircumstance, place. puta escape survive (as previously stated for puurere,regarding animals or people have had to flee leaving land neglected) seeputa kee be changed and puta noa throughout (no limit).  

see my Australian Indigenous languages toMaori/Polynesia translation





runyuji  why so clever Ru naa [Luna(r)] rungatiu ji  apa tino jaijai  (jiji,boio, baba,bama)  jarra Korri toriori kita ma tinei  knows when tomove [knows every small thing]  yu a(ru) to have experience . Ngo.iu                       toritori kima na ma nia

wuba ochre        Carlton Draught drunk from aJapanese clay beer mang. keeps the head and stays cool.

ngalkalji  nga ru ka ra ji people ofopen forests (kept that way by fire to encourage species resources) InMaori ngaruru means abundant, strong in growth, dense brushwood andforest land.  These are all explanatory reasons forthe Indigenous Australian fire farming regeme.  Dense brushwood inforest land would imply the same meaning as the modern Australian term ofopen forest.  Ji is the tag word for people as is tchi inMoriori. ka ra is in relation to the burning agriculture to control thegrowth from becoming a rainforest or too much burning to make it agrassland. Ra (La) the Sky Father is the first for this word, thesecond meaning infers away from the speaker as Ra was pushed away (ormoved away) from Ku.

ngujakura   ngu  tara ko hea tohi (kohi) tona     [ku raas explained, the beginning] See Hawaiian worm theory.  kurabadji         

Ra and Ku are the father andmother of the creation Kura story. Ra became Rangi due direction of ioand prayer. Fire is thus kala in Ptj.  So who pushed awayRangi?  Some Polynesian stories claim it was Ru and other Maori claim itwas Tane god of the Forest.  However, because the word ruku is forclearing the way for child birth one would tend towards Ru beingthe first choice.  But ngujakura may be a stronger reason for thechoice of Tane.  Tane had me confused as I could not see how his name,implying, 'falling down' related to pushing away Rangi, until I realised themarsupial connection and not the human one.  The word ne or nene(ngenge) in Polynesian is to do with sexual activity and orgasm andafter the fact tired and weary.... and nehenehe is therainforest......what Ku was doing with ko .......    Ra and Kumay have originally been seen as marsupial like beings, where as in thecase of the kangaroo (ka-nga-ru) there can be an offspring at threelevels of reproduction. One in the egg waiting to come down one in thepouch  and one out of the pouch.  Ru is in the ovarian passagearea and never leaves while Tane falls out from the pouch area.  I wouldchoose koala by name Ko a Ra or ko ara, although a Marri (Maori?) story claimthe koala was a human first.  All this part of the creation storyKura most likely comes from observing marsupial sexual behaviourand anatomy.         

next Tane raua i hunga a huhu i te rakautongtapu, Tonga ti rere. to-a ika.

bama   North Qld. a person ofresponsibility to undertake clearing with fire??, pa ma stops firecoming back on people which is similar to and quite possibly theequivellant  to Mangaia Pava, putting the fire out.

walarr                                wara rere

dabu                                   hapu  

jarramali                            tarere a mari 



madja                                  mahuta 

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Bloody Good Day PaulPearce [hawaiki] / Jun 12,20068:13AM / Scrap :0

Ra Ra Ra

The blood poured downthrough the top of my head

it took away mypains

it flowed throughout myvery veins

all the way to my toes

and as I take this bloodtakes me everywhere 

no matter where it goes

until I know not whysore, better be hurt than know no more

gone is the day when Iwas old

and young is now I near

never will I know notwhy I ever had to worry

never fear

but to do is all I canto remember what to share

as long as I have mywits end I will have the way

for to understand it isto be a better

than to blindly pray

In the fray Gore Gall

the order of the day wasnarrow there

but I still could notsee

then out it came andright there and then

like a rock

it hit me

in the faith   

as i took heed of thewars of old

i turned and looked tothe master

and asked "Are younot my pastor?"

and Ravae titi

viriviri unto aold

eventide commith

and dearith not yousever doone


fleeting moments offaraway come to me then fly away

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Tokanui "feed the birds".

A Carpenters Tale PaulPearce [hawaiki] / Jun 12,20067:46AM / Scrap :0

The carpenter filledhis barrow full

of chopped woodthis was not  sawn timber

he wheeled it to thegarden where

he buriedit deep in the furrows 

then waited for theworms to come.



remember the dray, Golam(money) mang ga ra

sate Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / Jun 10,2006 7:44AM / Scrap :0

A ravens foot

is a world away

from the dead (death)

of the Nile.


Done Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / Jun 10,2006 2:55AM / Scrap :0


August moon's horizon

Went over to the east

And then they went downinto the ground

Never to return.

the dawn is still, in the eben time

ein fure-ken waold is nigh

don frekchen eiven hou yon

Glasgow wilde even dare riech dis plese(pulasu Galasu ku, stream or green)

the peg went in deep through the yonder

but it felt no pain 

and the glory of the Father  wasenormous

beautiful sound like thunder so awesome

(for those interestedlearn meaning of Glasgow and similar taoist Gu Shen, Ku Shen) 

        Ock ra

From the iron wheel

was woven a heel

and the heel said unto the Great

"I have gotten grievous".

On time He said, "sloaw"(slaugh)

sanctuary in the heibenm glasst envaughrn

seben saien sebenty   (seine,holes in the net method of multiplication?)

cry if you dare


seven summers of time have come


from afar they wicked dare go

even then they shall not know

rivaling rivers is not a win

it will be a salad bar for their kin

The LAWLa:    (is on a hill)

LEE isaginst LYN.      Leigh is aginstLyn      [meadow glen against the place [nearwhere water falls] the house or church to be found there.  Lin is aforest.

Lying isLee.        glenns a fork formed by riversin glenns (made by the gouls) le'a a grey area

'so Lyn is Limand in law.      to leap afore

Laeghlow      calves  wind

Loch. locked in alake 

fore fear the frau frey

Irish Fen Shui    whe-ngohe-ngo (whe-nua he-nua, a windy land, ko ra, ke)

Irish 'fen' meaning 'bog' or'peat' which makes gas.  Here the ua is dropped from nua and thisis equal to 'he' or 'whe' for 'wind' and especially in this instance equalledto 'fart', in Maori and Nihongo.

(whe is pronounced fe as in Irish fen or sometimes wve as when a Celt pronouncing vent, old French fente)

I have read fente derives from Latinfindere but this does not follow logically.  Fente's regardingwhenua as in present day Rotorua, New Zealand. Findere seems the odd one outand would have changed from a similar word to the others.  Feng orFen shui the fen is maybe more to do with, "the blowing" asgases of energy within the ground than those winds of the air as the modernbelievers seem to think.  This would also match the feng shui of Tai Chiwhich could be accredited to controliing the flow of gases in the body, whichexist not only in the bowels but in the blood and all body fluids. Ku,the Earth Mother fe- ngo the soft supple earth as likened to chewed food ispliable makes gas gives off sounds and is the Gaelic and Celtic wordfen. (see Maori Ngo)   

I am not attempting to offendpractitioners of Feng shui, but I believe there is possible evidence that thepractice originated from trying to find a good or safe place tolive.  To find places where there were steam vents that could beutilised for cooking and bathing and to position villages at safe intervalsfrom them.  Steam is a form of energy and one form of which feng shuiphilosophy attributes to life source.  If that was so then shui is fromthe su word for place and i is for a possitive or good thing or i meaningin. I am not an expert on the subject of Feng Shui but a documentaryinterview of modern experts in China disclosed they were experts because theywere able to translate the ancient drawings (which to me looked like picturesof steam rising).  This would suggest they are reviving a nearly lostpractice and are prone to mistakes as anybody including myself.  Thepresence of steam would give the word to meaning water.  It wouldseem that the modern Feng shui is a mixture of two things, one a practicalmethod of energy use as mentioned above and another a religeon of attemptingto be as one with nature and thus the life force.  As peoplewere once all nomadic any such place is experienced only as a fleatingmoment and I believe I and many others have expeerienced this 'feeling'at various times as our senses are woken at a place and or weather thattriggers a distant memory.  It could be called an instinct or sixthsense, a way to know which path to take, it could be io and God.


Is shui su i and suki.  ki for treebuilds on i butin Polynesia they can both mean in. 

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r Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / May 29,2006 1:35AM / Scrap :0

death is a horse on acrucifixion.    [Whore!!      horse = whore?The Romans are coming Apona?] Spain.

It was Christ who said,Jesus is the name of the famine. 

and they walked in the war.

... and it wassaid, all you have fever cry with joy all you who are dead scream andpay. Piere.... 

... and the slitheringsnake worked its way down into the earth. 

a fall.....fill theearth with progeny of devils divide them by sins (sons) and take away theirdesk (tool). Avoid the provanity .....beware of Sly, change yourname to Escapal. 

duel the demons and takecare. beware of witches for they are skilled in deviled mur.  skill the Sabbath and make it worth a war. 

take heed of the crueltyof Mayhem for he is on the other side of the wheel.  Do not cross overor the path will be cut. 

a measure: inch by inchis a little more than a mile and to take an inch is to give, so beware

and I love you for all Iam and who are you to blame me except to say when I have been there foryou  were you free and there for me.........with me or taken tothat other placecalled love. well I have been here all the time and you haven't listened to aword I say. 

A trail of sand waswalked upon the layers of the Earth. Sing.  And they divided the sea bythe name of the Law.


The Worm

Whose hand are you in? PaulPearce [hawaiki] / May 28,20062:06PM / Scrap :0

Jesus answered them, I told you, and ye believed not: the works that I do inmy Father's name, they bear witness of me.  But ye believe not, becauseye are not of my sheep, as I said unto you.  Mysheep hear my voice and I know them,and they follow me:  And I give unto them eternal life: and they shallnever perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand.  MyFather, which give them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Fathers hand. I and my Father are one.


What why when where how come Paul Pearce [hawaiki]/ May 28,2006 12:25PM / Scrap :0

What are we doing?  Do weever stop and ask ourselves why we are doing something?  Not oftenenough.  Some things we hold importantand we have grown up doing them because it is part of westernsociety, some call it western culture, although true culture is for survivalin the elements, this is treating boredom.  An expectation of what isgood and not, well off or poor.  Do we need to do it?  Are we worseoff for not doing it?  Not at all. It is true perhaps that curiositykilled the cat and mankind is quickly following the puss to his end. Towant more is to want for ever and not getting enough.  To want fornothing is to have everything you need.  So ask yourself, "Do Ineed to do that?  What is wrong with me?" 

The end is near, all is farand those who are, come this way.

Do not try and take what is notyours, now or ever with the law you will live.  You cannot take itwith you later as the saying goes, To pass through is like passing a camelthrough the eye of the needle".  this is a slot in the wall slim ascan be physically capable to get the unburdened camel through.  You willnot be allowed to pick up the cargo and walk it through behind thecamel.  This law is for all at national levels and as individuals, mostof you have the vote.   To tithe to a pastor is not of the law, itis a blasphemy.  My government gives a equity to the poor, theunemployed and the widows.  The pastor fills his stomach till itaches or buys a flash car or a nice aquisition for his building. A twistof the law for Israelites who could not live in the law, a commandment to donone other than look after those who could not make an income.    

Did I not tag this In JesusName, well I am not about to blasphem for it is written those who call myname I will not know them.  To fain the spirit and finish with thewords, Thus sayith the Lord, is proof it is not in the spirit at all. Where did he, Billy and friends, get these rules from? 

The LIE Americanevangelists claiming they are trying to save the whole world? Is a total contradiction of John and the revelation on the number who getinto heaven.  If all those who claim to be saved are truely saved thenthe Bible is lying.  Are those who were in these churches and savednow not saved becaused they ceased attending?  Jesus Name is Bigbusiness.  and those who practice it are all nonbelievers of the trueLaw. I will win.   

translation migration direction Paul Pearce [hawaiki]/ May 23,2006 3:17AM / Scrap :0

the Nihongo word 'baka'meaning idiot I have read, translates as ' horse deer', the reason being thisis the 'kanji' Chinese characters  for the word and the word means theperson who caqn't tell between a deer and a horse is stupid. Some say it draws on the Chinese idiom of forcing deliberate untruth foralterior motives as done by Zhao Gao.  So using personal authorityand influence one can, 'point at a deer and insist others to recogniseit as a horse'.  However, there is no implied stupidity inthese idioms.  Honestly, don't they see that the word wouldhave existed before the Nihonjin adopted Chinese calligraphy.  Thechoice of a deer and horse may not be intended as aconcept of something stupid for the word 'baka', nor does thecalligraphy give the word its meaning.  The calligraphy is apicture descriptive of the words meaning, a transcription.  To find themeaning one must go into the Pacific and I have found it inKiribati.      


Kiribati language

O wae ni baka. syn. baini baka, tara ni baka, taera-baka, taera ni baka. n. approaching downfall,loss of position, rank, charge. a. wae baka: fallen destitute, outcast. 

For Polynesian the Ba isalso Pa  meaning the word could also be paka and so a person wholoses status also known as mana amongst the community is a fool and"baka".  In NZ Maoripaka is regarding food scraps or dried provisions or a coarserough cloak.  These consumer goods are an indication of rank orwealth amongst the community.  Paka, quarrel,pakanga strife discension hostility war and pakapaka quarrelsome(Williams) are all words regarding social esteme, whether in trying to obtainit or regarding reducing oneself to an embarrasing situationamongst piers or to punish the offender who has become the embarrassment bydisplaying lack of mana.  The later could be an intertribalincedent between sub-tribes as well as on an individuallevel.    

 From here we canreturn to the horse and deer in the kanji calligraphy.  As we nowknow the word 'baka' is regarding ones social status, we can see the horse isregarding ones status of rank and the deer is regarding having food or asupply of food which is ones status of wealth.  This conceptreaches all the way to Siberian and Enuit culture.  So the kanji isactually interpreting the situation as, 'being without horse anddeer'.  To get oneself into a situation without food or rank amongst thecommunity is foolish and hence the modern Japanese transliteration forthe word baka.   


Regarding the Chineseidiom I would suggest it is not based on callous scheming as suggestedbut the fact the ruler may not have had a horse or could not ride one. Siberians to this day ride their deer like cowboyswhen herding.  If the horse was new to the Chinese tribesin  question and a new symbol of rank he would have expectedhis subjects some of whom may have been from areas where horses were morefamiliar to them to recognise his deer or him riding the deer asequivellant in rank to a horse.  Those who laughed or mocked him werenot loyal subjects and executed.  It is possible that when told thisidiom the Japanese thought those executed were stupid forbeing disrespectful or useless as to their culture beingdisrespectful is a sign of uselessness equivelant to being a peasantunappreciative of his master (which results as expressed inthe Kiribati and Polynesian meanings) and adopted this kanji for theword baka.     

Regarding rank amonstthe community being ' baka' is the opposite of Pava a paramount chief of adistrict (Mangaia.) modern translation for this word is governor.  Sothe va and ka are inverse and another Polynesian language rule.


ba-ka derogatory from pa and ka,  to 'block'or 'obstruct' the 'domestic fire' as 'to burn oneself', or bringmisfortune on the home or village, someone who cannot be strusted to keep afire going or may not be able to start one, some one who will go hungry,considered a useless person.  Word taken to Europe, in Englishchanged to exclamation, Baah!  as, "that is too stupidto believable" or after an accident like spilling a cup of tea ononeself, does it burn, "Baah!", meaning "I amstupid".

see tara language andculture

the great Pava - atitle inherited from ancient times basically meaning the person with theauthority to care for the fire protect it from water (and to possiblyput the fire out?) and hence became a word for mediator as ancient chiefswere more mediators than dictators, a person who has authority to speak forthe tribe (may be ordained, ie. oracle revere).  

paka a fool who can'tstart or look after a fire opposed Pava a respectful person who hasauthority.

ka fire kai opposed wato speak or harmony, peace, to soften, calm down (Nihongo), va smallopening such as mouth wahi va'i  vai is water, speach pulled up frominside to exit through mouth; fire opposed water.

In Mangaia the paramountchief had power to soften his enemies and calm down any unrest by those whowere' baka' enough to oppose him, so paka is used in Mangaia forsomething softened and is their name for mashed taro leaves. 

Our Pava inHavana          dore Hibu honga


A CombinedKiribati-English Dictionary based onthe works of

Hiram Bingham, D.D. and Father ErnestSabatier, M.S.C. (translated by Sr. M. Oliva)

withadditional scientific material from Luomala, Goo & Banner.

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ku Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / May 20,2006 3:43AM / Scrap :0

kuyashii  maddening dissapointing

ku ia suhi    as rule they have sushii but not suhi   related to the earth not being a safe place because of hi na

ku ia sa hi

Shiva Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / May 19,2006 5:58AM / Scrap :0

Shiva was known as Rudrabefore hand. wikipedia says it means howler i would suggest Rummbler. Ru Ta Ra. Ruutara  or Ru d' Ra as from Fiji when they broke theuniform syllabic language rule by using d' as to make a word a causitiveverb??. Ra is in control of Ru.   Shiva is sa Hiva which was taHiva oa  acted on by Hina the moon goddess notice moon crest inhair.  some say  Hina sister of Mauio as they work together tocause number one Tahi.  this would suggest a combining ofPolynesian Ru and Hiva to make Shiva so Polynesian versionsare predecessors of  Indian Hindi.

 The snake ispossible taniwha or tuna or both are the same.   The moon is thedestroyer of the world because it causes the earthquakes.  Samoandialect change  ta to sa because of Tapu.  Polynesian ruleregarding being in the presence of a chief Samoan chose to use thesa se si so su  more frequently as same rule as Jews could notsay or write the name of god creator as believed in his presence. FromSamoa to Nihongo si became shi.  Shiva is a thief??, see Hawaiihiwa NZ iwa, number 9. In Peru they also keep usingsi.     simi is himi reversed form used in Maori ismihi??  See Ru affects Ancient Peruvian or Nihonjin languages.

By the time storyarrived at Hindii place that developed Hindu religeon Sa is word fordivinity which comes from the tapu rule.  Sankara Is like saying NihongoKarasan san gives respect to name put at end instead of beginning.  Karais same as aboriginal kala Ka is the fire Ra is the Sun.  ra said whengoing away from someone goes back to the beginning from ararato following thesun Aboriginal light fires when walkiing to or from people they meet in thedessert tundra.  Kara the one who causes it as Hindii law states,or to remove oneself from the ka ( village fire, normal life to become divinesaa, such as Shiva).  The moon on the head "confers peace ofmind" awareness of Ru knowledge of the moon aware of earthquakes.Supreme person Purusha pu Ru [siha] (sia)??Has a gift?? word for people becomes singular person, supreme because of knowledge of Ru andHina        related to Peru Queichean. Runa[simi] ??  Heave is said to be from Olde English hebban meaning to lifthebban is a mispelling of Hi or a change to he is regarding future presenttense heave = hiva and hebban is related to heaven which is hivana to reach havana.

            Taiawakita. Tona na kui.  Taiaaoikatoa.  Taia ao ikatoa   taia'a o Ika Toa.  tara manuia. 

The word of the famousNZ Maori club/spear taiaha and meaning hit in other Polynesian taia'acomes from being wiped out by the sea, (Flood or quite possibly bythe modern meaning of the word, it came from giant tidal waves.).  

samerules     Sa-moa  Sa-kara   Kara-te    Mino-san  Sanshi      saan  is equal to saam which bothcome from saa.    sambeku  saa oa   ta moa, tamo a  [aa oa] Sa moa    hiva oa  koa   tangata roa  tangata whanau  tangatiri tangaatri  shaa'vda

saa-moa possibly fromtaamo

Ko is regarding anything thatcomes up or rises up (pulled out or taken) from the ground  Ku. therefore ko is femanine, and lesserimportance.  Ku is respectfull to Earthmother and given to older womenand ko is given to younger girls. Came to mean anything like poles stickingup also as her legs, Ku like this ^  knees together pushesaway Rangi.  opossite of    Ku is Ra Ko subjective toRi and Maori language riwords are subjected to the position of Ko.  When her Ko up Riis screen, protect also riaki stand high, raise erect, bind there, but riakais possibly from Ra(strain put forth strength and energy, sounds like either sex or childbirthto me)??   so can be going in to the ground Rangiuri godspenis so there is a Maori rule uri can never be ori as with other wordsbecqause U is godsword. {'}  opposite of uriis take away Uand add tu making turi kneeling in prayer whichis from mans point of view who is subjected to the problems of Tu-na. U is gods word take it awayand nothing replace nothing with Ku and have the Earthmother. Creation in Genesis. U is before and above Ku.

Kuia tona Ku Tamiko turi Ko-Hi-ne   Ta Ra ma Hine

        tangata whanei                                        YHWH?? iaavwoi  oko tenu  kaite'a  hoa rimi    

Tinirau Paul Pearce[hawaiki] / May 18,2006 10:11AM / Scrap:0

well Tinirau was the guy whodiscovered a style of dancing, Mangaiastory.  He used to sneak off at night to Tongatapu and there he woulddance with the fish.  Tinirau travelled on the fishes back toTongatapu.  By the time the stories were told in Egypt or Greek theywere exagerated upon and Triton travelled on the backs of sea monsters or....  same as Atlantis pillars exagerate Aturantasu Maori poles orNihongin male female sex.

The strange thing isthat men now dance in a style like that of Tiki, Hakatiki vaetiki legs bent.  Tinirau learnt how to dance the ura or hula hura.  Cook Islandsand Tahiti womendance the ura fastlike a wiggling fishes tail, Hawaiinand Tonga areslower, NZ Maori were stopped by missionaries.  Feet have to staytogether and move the hips only etc .  So this was taught them by a man Tinirau or his son Koro who sneaked along andwatched him one night, according to history.  The other importantpoint is that this word is used for tail and especially fishes tail inthe Mediterrainean, Greekuse this word sometimes spelt urabut mostly spelt ourapronounced the same.    

In Morroco men jiratethe hips as a wedding dance (men only) pretty invocative although i believethis is a quick sex education to teach the supposed virgin groom what toexpect on the big night and not related??.

Triton  Takie  TaauranakoeTaieranakoe

Turai (e) tinirau         tini the host  tinihanga beguile, amuse, improve upon 

turapana fillip, jerk, could be a methodof walking  [panapana mai te tira] and dance style to cause to go orcome forth tira fish fin

turakanga  incarntation at childbirth possibly against birth defect  tuuaapana 


Tinirau is Turaitini (Triton)

A real and normal guy who learnt how todance like a fish, or When he got up to walk he would walk the tiraura.  Girls may have danced to get him to do so. 

The Gods? or those of divine birth oftenintermarried sometimes brother to sister in most if not all cultures. One known birth defect is to have the legs fused together similar to aseal.  In 2006 a girl was born this way except she had her genitaliainside her abdomen and she had no anus.  If this were not the case therewould be no reason why a person with such a defect couldn't live a fulllife.  If they did it would also be conceivable that they may spend alot of time relaxing in water as they would have trouble walking.  H ewas the host, when he got up to walk he would walk the tira ura. Girls may have danced to get him to do so for their amusement andhe would beguile them. they would imitate him and try to improve theri dance   A person with the bottom half 'like a fish' may have become legend as aperson with a fishes tail and the invention of the merman.  Either thator mermen and mermaids really existed. 

kunga Paul Pearce [hawaiki] / May 17,2006 4:23AM / Scrap :0

kunga = women (of theearth) nga plural for 'the' [Australia]

Papa tu a nuku or Papaku a nuku  rock or layers of standing of Mother Earth [Polynesia]

Nuku is broken to nu Kuor possibly ngu Ku spirit of Ku spirit of the Earth Mother

most traditions/ customsaround the world women worked in the soil or hunted animals that live in theground [terrestrial domain] , men were not allowed to, where men did they hadto recite prayers before hand, such as NZ Maori cultivation.  Mangaiataro fields very laborious work was traditionally women only, Aboriginals ofmost countries same situation. Men follow the Father who is Skytherefore work in troposphere domain work like hunting of animals aboveground and birds.  Both seem to share water domain although mendominate at sea.    

Men are supposed to beon top.

Hunter gatherers killedoff by cultivators. Abel killed by Cain.

nguunguu  eat greedly, gnaw (ngo)  

nguu  silent dumbspeechless [mu], moan groan

ngungu  glance off,turn aside

whakangungu fend,ward off, parry. defend protect, shield protection

ngunu bend, crouch headdown, [also given to birds seated position ngunungunu] roast food, singe  

nguengue quiet silentreserved

whakanguunguu refuse to speak

nguha fight fiercly,rage fury, crushed, reduced to threads

words from nguu which is gnaw a job of women. workinvolving employment with teeth, became a word for silent or refuse to speakas she would have been when gnawing . 

ancient domestics   she may have alsoseemed to be ignoring a person (eg. male) while involved in this type ofemployment.  he may react with nguha rage or fury, a blow may have beenstruck she warded it off ngungu whakangungu

change vowel from ngu tongo

ngo cry grunt makeinarticulate sound  like when in child birth women clench teeth

ngoengoe screach 


ngohengohe supplesoft  [after item chewed and also regarding a person] quivering,obedient, pliable, easy, agreeable, lithe, active

Tangi metua tori a naakui.   metua = matua  

people in some tribesdeveloped separate accommodations for the genders ie PNG Indonesianlonghouses

ngo = English words gnaw (Olde English)

and ignore (French from Latin) arenot likely related to each other. 

ignore =   in +gnoscere to know   gnos possibly gu no related to guru  no is related to Japanese question do you know (requiringagreement) and Maori[ne]            scaresciarr shy(ON)                    kere or kare 

afraid tu-nu-tu-nu we-te    fear   tu-ma-ku-ra  to fear we-hi

To a ika ta muia

ta 'aiere ika toa manu  

                              whakanaakui      toanga ni pu   niau gowell with, suit, to fit (Nihongo)  ni people  nikau  means treasure of the people O-tara

Ma te (mate) e ira a Hawaiiki

O Ra kau  kami ta whanau  onginaa kui, koekoe ko'e onge neke O'a Ra ka taua  O'a Rengi ou Kuu tuu.Kala

lele olou a olo olo ou ulele          angitevai         ta manaa aketeva                    oro ongi araiiru                          (b)e'i iru

aka hawaiiti vene koa '  keke katakoiara koutou kou u hawaiiti kau u wai  (u waka, u wanga tawha) O Ra aiiki          ['] on its own is aword of no consequence or is it?  Toe ika tana.  to ii. Taaongaa.

mate e ine ko pirai ewhanau        ongitaua      Tulu

who are were? PaulPearce [hawaiki] / May 06,20069:50PM / Scrap :0

komori   ko noun general term childalso femanine in pronouns

  moru verb  toprotect take care of  

mo word meaning concerned

Ru the earthquake god and hiswork

now used for childcarer


Guru:  gu Ru, onescholars view from akshara, gu means darknessand ru the act of removal,

therefore, the guru a teacher is someone whodispels darkness.

I would more correctlysay Ru is from wipe out as in heeru like wiping your assesor heru combing thenits from your hair (why combs were invented, not for looks), babies, Ru a lesser god (aatua) ofRa (rangimaatua) the one who has the power to destroy his creationwiping us out whenever he feels the need by using the (gods) of lesserdominions (some may call these gods angels).  The philosophy to learn is not to soak in everything like a sponge but to resist suchtemptation for the truth is always there for those who seek it.  Sodiscern and know when to resist the crap and that is the knowledge of the guru who is capable of wiping away the darkness (ignorance). Hence thesaying, "I see thelight".      

Atua generalised termfor god can be 'the one' or all the others including those lesser ones on hisside and those that are not plus any man invented ones. Tua means on thefar side related to the standing away from the speaker and usually at a greater distance or other realm. Aa is breath or statement of, soaatua . Atu is then used for away from speaker in general conversationabout non-godly subjects and closer by.

Kore heka Tuna.

a rule of Maori i wrote earlier if Ra isfirst before lesser gods he is our father so Rangi maatua (add consonant toaatua to get maatua meaning  father and alsoparent .  consonants are never on their own in Maori so aa isactually removed then replaced with maa.

Not subjecting him for theirperformance. ma to come or go, clean or moon. ""Or it isthat he is Tua the far side and ma was added therefore 'condemingthem to privacy'.""(See Genesis and Adam and Eve hide from Rangiand are disobedient so he left them to their own devices to survive as bestthey could in a harsh environment)  A quirk of custom is that Moriorithink of the moon 'ma' as the father so is He on the 'far side of the moon'?Pink Floyd thought so, haha. Why haven't Americans landed there to see?

to count nehe'e PaulPearce [hawaiki] / May 06,20067:26AM / Scrap :0

one esa

two lua

three telu

four ata

five lima

six ne

seven itu

eight 'walu

nine si'wa

ten butu esa

twenty butu lua

fifty butu lima

one hundred utune

one thousandusate            Seram Island   Maluku

Fijian 'sa' is maori 'ma' at beginning of words sothis one is possibly ema as Fijian is obvious in this language eg. bibi largeetc.

here the earthquakes aren't as frequent as in NZ,Tonga  or Japan as people are only instructed to stand up at ten and notto keep watch for another one coming or could this mean they were everydayoccurences?

allahu akbar  a Ra horachkty  A Ra Huak'Tora.  Islamic Jews from Goa. rovithutri

Zoroastra kaama haadena

to'i api'ia ngua ko we'he aa rengauwake karengiaanui api'i atea to paoua atia 'moa inehi (i nehe)

ko hiaapuia

ake taupava

au eke tia moana

tau tiri tau eke taaunga tu whawha     where it is safe

Jobs available PaulPearce [hawaiki] / Jul 03,20061:51AM / Scrap :0

Members of the Coalition of the willingto attempt to get away with anything conceivable: Trait's required tobe an American, English, Australian, Japanese, European or NewZealand politician. 

Perhaps in this present climate anypolitician globally.

arrogance, scheming, ignorance of nativepeoples needs and ownership, to be presumptuously possessive of cunning,ability to contrive sympathetic consideration, and conclusively toprefereably have an acting ability.   

This is a peacful acclamation of civilrights on behalf of all those who do not agree with what is happening in thepresent sphere of global politics.  It is unfortuante but true that thesingular global capitalistic economy that isintended will fail, asparticipants personal (politicians and corporate empires) greed"of the willing", will consume resources beyond carryingcapacity. 

As anglican Mr. Howard sarcasticallystated during the Irish political boycott of his visit and his singlehanded attempt to reinstigate political unrest in their country.  I amexpressing my right of dissent as any  lamebrain of Irish descent inAustralia should.  How can a person visit a country and while therepublicly accuse the political and public members of that country of being indissent (in their own country) because they disagree with hisinappropriate international policy.  Was he breaking the new AustralianLaws, (where a person can be arrested and held indefinitely) and attemptingto insight violence?  Can he claim to be that naive not to understandIrish history.  If the later is the truth then he is not fit to be inoffice.  Now the Irish have had a taste of what the Malaysians have beenon about for so long.

...... and how Ishall never forget how many times I witnessed Australianpublic ignorance when they could not resist rubbing it intothe Irish tourists at every chance, "Gee you guys did not dowell in the Commonwealth games did you?" From one reaction I witnesses Idoubt whether those tourist will be back in a hurry . 

What dissent means to the Irish anda definition in the dictionary. 

 Dissent: Therefusal to conform to the authority or doctrine of an established church;nonconformity.