The Lore of the Whare-Wananga Or, Teachings of the Maori College on Religion, Cosmogony, and History (Memoirs of the Polynesian Society, V. 3-4.) by H. T. Whatahoro

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Mattangi-reia. This was the original of all the Whare-wānanga, and the pattern from which subsequent ones were built, and from whence came all knowledge, brought from the twelfth heaven—Te Toi-o-nga-rangi—by the god Tāne-matua; this was the temple of the Supreme The Lore of the Whare-Wananga book Io.

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the lore of the whare-wĀnanga note to the hypertext transcription This book is presented as the translation of a (Maori) transcript of the teachings of Maori elders as given in the Whare-Wānanga, or school of sacred knowledge. Stephenson Percy Smith () arrived in New Zealand as a boy, and soon became fascinated by Maori culture.

After retiring in from his career as a government surveyor, Smith devoted himself to the study of the Maori and co-founded the Polynesian Society, which published this two-volume study in The book contains the Maori text of an important body of beliefs.

THE LORE OF THE WHARE-WANANGA contains the information that in February Tamahau Mahupuku at Papawai made a plea for the placing on record of Maori learning before those who were able to explain it had all died out. He suggested setting up groups to encourage this. An appeal was made for old manuscript books.

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Most accounts of Maori discovery and settlement of New Zealand derive directly, or after critical filtering through some such book as Buck's Coming of the Maori, 1 from two published sources. The more important one is The Lore of the Whare-wānanga, 2 two volumes of Maori text, plus a heavily edited translation and commentary by S.

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The Lore of The Whare-Wananga. H.T Whatahoro The Lore of The Whare-Wananga H.T Whatahoro AS THE matter contained in this volume is almost entirely new, and hitherto unknown to Europeans, it is necessary to explain the source from which it was derived.

It is in fact the teachings of some of the old. The Lore of the Whare-wananga, Part I. Memoirs of the Polynesian Society, No. The Lore of the Whare-wananga, Part II. Memoirs of the introduction to the book recommends (as a minority opinion of the conferees who felt themselves sufficiently sophisticated in such matters) the methodological.

The Lore of the Whare-wananga; or Teachings of the Maori College on Religion, Cosmogony, and History. Written down by H. Whatahoro from the teachings of Te Matorohanga and Nepia Pohuhu, priests of the Whare-wananga of the East Coast, New Zealand.

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Written down by H. Whatahoro from the teachings of Te Matorohanga and Nepia Pohuhu, priests of the Whare-wananga of the East Coast, New Zealand. memoirs of the polynesian society Download memoirs of the polynesian society or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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After retiring in from his career as a government surveyor, Smith devoted himself to the study of the Maori and co-founded the Polynesian Society, which published.

Volume 21 > Vol No. 4 > Volume III. Memoirs of the Polynesian Society. The lore of the whare wananga, p The book contains over pages of matter, very little of which has ever been hitherto known to Maori scholars, because it has always been considered to be too sacred to be disclosed to white people.

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Outside today's formal education system, the word wānanga in the Māori language traditionally conveys meanings related to highly evolved knowledge, lore, occult arts, and also "forum" - in the sense of a discussion to arrive at deeper understanding. [citation needed] Recognised wānanga.

(By the way, it is the term used for University in modern Māori.) The contributor may have been confused by the title of a book called 'The Lore of the Whare Wananga' by S. Smith, written in the early s, which is regarded with some scepticism by scholars in New Zealand these days Kahuroa30 June (UTC) The Kumulipo.

The Lore of the Whare-wananga SMITH, S. PERCY [ translator ] Being an account of the Origin, Migration, and Culture of the New Zealand Maori as recorded in certain Sacred legends.

Cleve Barlow was the last Maori to actually undergo the specialized training in what was called a whare wananga (house of learning) where young fellows were instructed in esoteric lore. Cleve was a good friend. With his passing the last living link with the profoundly important esoteric cult that grounded Maori culture disappeared.

“This prayer of the priest ends here. This invocation is to purify the house and make it very tapu; to call on the gods to exert their god-like powers” (p The Lore of the Whare-wananga; Teachings of the Maori College On Religion, Cosmogony, and History Written down by H. Whatahoro) We have Tane is number 68 of 70 plus gods.

The Lore of the Whare-Wananga is very much more important than Polynesian Mythology as a source of the New Zealand myth. It has been necessary to undertake the complicated task of investigating the sources of The Lore itself in order to assess its worth as authentic tradition.

And this, of course, raises the question as to what can beFile Size: 8MB. Auction 10 August at 12pm, 3 Abbey Street, Newton, Auckland, New Zealand. A whare wnanga is the house in which the school meets.

Hence a university is now called a whare wananga (see Barlow, Tikanga Whakaaro, –9). The central teachings of the traditional whare wananga concerned what the Maori involved in the Io cult called “baskets of wisdom,” which included elaborate cosmogenic lore such as knowledge of the.

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Paperback Book Free S. (verb) (-tia) to act in a threatening manner, be defiant, threaten. E tū kanohi wananga tonu atu ana ia ki te hoariri, e mau mai ana tana pū tame i tana hope ka patua nei ia (TTR ).

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By Elsdon Best. [Read before the Auckland Institute, 6th December, ].Our Takitumu folk classified all impartial knowledge under three "houses," or heads, as follows: The whare wananga: This term denoted the superior School of Learning and the superior curric­ulum, the esoteric lore of the kauwae runga, the more important matter of the kete tuauri and kete aronui.

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