The first wife of Uru te Ngangana was Hine Turama –daughter of Taane Matua and Hine Hauone- and they had: Continue reading
At this time the hatred and jealousy of Whiro te Tipua and his faction towards Taane te Waananga a Rangi had become permanent. Whiro te Tipua would not give his consent to the appointment of the Pou Tiri Ao to their respective spheres. His elder brethren said to Continue reading
Some time after the foregoing events Taane i te Pukenga said, “let us now separate our parents that Rangi Potiki and Papatuuaanuku may occupy different places.”
Whiro te Tipua would not consent to this proposition, and there was much strife in consequence. Continue reading
Utu is the sun god of the Sumerians whom occupied a land to the north west of Irihia called Ur.
His father is Uru te Ngangana (Nanana lord of the moon and time), and his mother is Ninga (Hine Turama), daughter of Taane te Wairoa and Hine Hauone. Continue reading
Now, at a certain time after that discussion, Uepoto went to bathe and wash away the clammy feeling arising through the warmth of their dwelling place. Continue reading