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Grace, Wiremu (2016). "Māui and the giant fish". Te Kete Ipurangi. Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga . Retrieved 19 January 2019. In Hawaiian religion, Māui is a culture hero and ancient chief who appears in several different genealogies. In the Kumulipo, he is the son of ʻAkalana and his wife Hina-a-ke-ahi ( Hina). This couple has four sons, Māui-mua, Māui-waena, Māui-kiʻikiʻi, and Māui-a-kalana. Māui-a-kalana's wife is named Hinakealohaila, and his son is named Nanamaoa. Māui is one of the Kupua. His name is the same as that of the Hawaiian island Maui, although native tradition holds that it is not named for him directly, but instead named after the son of Hawaii's discoverer (who was named after Māui himself). JPEG. NGC6192 (Bennett 79b) is a mag. 9 open cluster located 2.8 degrees WSW of Zeta Scorpii in the bend of the "stinger." Dreyer says it is fairly large (8'), fairly rich (about 60 stars), and somewhat irregular in shape. It contains stars of mags. 11-14. Some observers see dark lanes with larger instruments. Image from the Digital Sky Survey. The brothers couldn't contain their laughter. Māui didn't listen, instead he recited his karakia and readied his line. "Can you give me some bait for my hook?" Māui asked his brothers. For the past four decades, artist and craftsman Gary Eoff has been handcrafting detailed Native Hawaiian artifacts—gourds ( ipu), fish hooks ( makau), basket fish traps ( hina‘i) and fishing lures—from his home in Kona on Hawai‘i Island. Inspired by the voyaging traditions of early Hawaiian culture, their use of natural materials, and the aesthetics of their meaningful artwork, he creates authentic, museum-quality Hawaiian implements and artifacts while staying true to the materials and processes used by Hawaiian artisans from centuries ago.

I have come to fish because Murirangawhenua said I would be a great fisherman. Let your lines down as I say my karakia and you'll catch more fish than you ever have." Māui began his karakia. Dixon, Roland B. (1916). "Part I: Polynesia, Chapter II: The Maui Cycle". The Mythology of All Races: Volume 9, Oceanic. Boston, Massachusetts: Marshall Jones Company. pp.41–56 . Retrieved 28 November 2016. Grace, Wiremu (2016). "How Māui brought fire to the world". Te Kete Ipurangi. Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga . Retrieved 19 January 2019.Extra Large Eternity Earrings, 14k Gold Filled Hoops, Hammered Dangle XL Hoop, 14 Karat Yellow Gold Filled Round Minimalist, French Ear Wire Regarded as a symbol for safe passage over water , the makau , or fishhook, brings good fortune and strength to those who wear it. Also used as OluKai’s logo, the makau has held deep cultural significance in Hawai’i and throughout the Polynesian Triangle for over a millennium. Traditionally carved from bone, wood, stone and coral, different makau were crafted to catch every single type of fish and sea creature; a craft which was often passed down through generations. JPEG. NGC6124 (Caldwell 75) is an open cluster located 14.3° due south of Antares (Alpha Scorpii). Dreyer calls it bright (mag. 5.8), large (30'), fairly rich, little condensed, and with 100 individual stars shining from mags. 9-11. JPEG. NGC6242 is an open cluster located 1.6° SSE of Mu Scorpii in the scorpion's "tail." Dreyer describes it as bright (mag. 6.4, large (9') and rich, with about 23 stars from mags. 8-11. Photograph from the Digital Sky Survey. Some of Māui's most renowned feats included causing birds (which were invisible to mortal eyes) to become visible. In this long ago, forgotten time, the music of the birds delighted Māui. He observed them with keen interest, their varied and beautiful plumage which adorned the foliage of fragrant trees, and their melodious music, however, no one else could join him in enjoying what was apparent to his vision. For, although Māui's friends could hear their wonderful bird songs, none perceived the true source of the sounds. Māui felt compassion for his friends, for humanity, and their inability to behold with their eyes the colorful, musical creatures as they flitted from tree to tree, so, Māui caused the creatures to become visible to the naked eye. [6] Creation of Hawai'i [ edit ]

Paulin, Chris (2009). "Porotaka hei matau - a traditional Maori tool?". Tuhinga: Records of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. 20: 15–21 . Retrieved 2016-09-07. The Real Maori and Pacific Legends That Inspired Disney's Moana". Culture Trip. 5 April 2018 . Retrieved 26 October 2021.

a b Paulin, Chris (2012). "The traditional Māori 'internal-barb' fishhook". Tuhinga: Records of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. 23: 1–8 . Retrieved 2016-09-07. I'll only take up a little bit of room, and I'll stay out of trouble, I promise," Māui would argue.

After Māui had fished up the islands, he began to wonder what was actually on these islands. He then traveled to the different islands and realised that they were all inhabitable. There were kapa houses but with no one living inside of them. The Ahupua'a was completely deserted, with no one inhabiting it at all.Cut up the safe version and added in pegs. ...Allowed for a 400mm hook from 150mm cubed print area. ... Maui's magic hook from the movie Moana, modified ans scaled to fit with Playmobil figs. My son loves it.

The fish-hook shape of the hei matau means to know, which holds that the North Island of New Zealand was once a huge fish that was caught by the great mariner Maui using only a woven line and a hook made from the jawbone of his grandmother. [2] Legend holds that the shape of Hawkes Bay is that of the hei matau, which caught in the fish's side on the beach. The Māori name for the North island, Te Ika a Maui ("The fish of Maui") reflects this legend. Siamese Cats Flower Dangle Earrings - Zen Kitty Collection - Handcrafted, Sterling Silver Hooks, Swarovski Crystal. Cat mom's earrings. Disney Moana Maui Hook Surf and Sun Gradient Graphic Shirt, Magic Kingdom WDW Unisex T-shirt Family Birthday Gift Adult Kid Toddler Tee M4 or NGC6121 (Bennett 75, mag. 5.9, size 26'), is described by Dreyer as an open cluster. We now call it a loose globular. He also describes a bar of 8-10 stars across the center of the cluster. This is visible in fairly small instruments (I have seen it with a 3"). He also called it extremely rich (for an open cluster). It is actually rather star poor for a globular. It is located 1.3° west of Antares.

This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. ( October 2021) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) Māui dreamed of the day that he could go fishing with his older brothers. Each time his brothers returned from a fishing trip Māui would ask, "Next time, can I come fishing with you?" Similar to Atlas and Heracles of Greek mythology, Māui lifted up the heavens, which, for a long time, had lain heavily upon the plants of the Earth, leaving insufficient room for growth and for humanity to move about with ease. [6] Tongan mythology [ edit ]

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