Post your news and requests for information in the forums, which has topics for finding whanau (family), whanau events (tangihanga, funerals, reunions, anniversaries etc), general korero as well as events.
There is also a calendar which you can add your events to and a link section where you can add your Maori sites.
The religious rites and ceremonies of the Maori were strange and complex, and must have been a severe burden, as will be understood from the translations of Maori narratives relating to such matters contained in these pages. To make these translations mor
The higher grade of tohunga, were the exponents and upholders of what is termed the aristocratic type of Maori religion, the cult of the Supreme Being, lo of the Hidden Face. This higher-class was confined to that grade of tohunga and to men and women.
Manu Ariki is a Marae reserve of 150 acres and is the official footstool for the MOTHER who takes the form of a magnificently carved native wood statue. Other symbols that take the form of buildings also denote the significance of Maori spirituality.
Maori Orgn Ints in exchanging Cultural & Spiritual knowledge.It is with-in this Spirit
of Healing Understanding & Unification
that the purpose of this Site became a
connection to our BROTHERS &
SISTERS we are yet to meet as a New Born who is most Welc
The Maori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa/New Zealand. A primary step in the process of inculturation is the working out of an indigenous theology, in this case, a Maori theology. A key question in accepting an indigenous theology is the recognition