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Kei raro nei he whakapākehātanga o te oriori mō Tūteremoana nō Ngāi Tara me tētahi whakapākehātanga mō te karakia Tēnei Au, Tēnei Au. Hei āwhina ēnei kia whakamārama atu ki ngā ākonga ngā kōrero mō ēnei tuhinga e rua.

Oriori mō Tūteremoana – Hei Mahi 9

"Listen O son. There was only one spiritual energy that transported Tane to the Uppermost realm; it was the spiritual power of the mind. Nought seen there but Io-the-parentless.Source of all authority, Source of all spiritual energy, Source of all heavenly origin, Source of all creation. Set free was Tane by the water ritual of the Awe-inspiring-realms and the
Awakening-from-celestial-sleep at mirrored waters of Hine-the-maid-of-the-smoothing-stone
Smoothed and a-glistening were the Bespaced Realms when Tane was summoned to the sacred beam in the presence of Rehua at the tail end of the realms; distilled then was the Ancient-knowledge of the upper realms, Ancient-knowledge of the rainbow,and the Ancient-knowledge of the spiritual powers. Provided then was Tane with the power of the Parent with the spiritual energy for the World of Light; Left as a pathway for the myriads who come and go, O son, ah me!"

He whakapākehatanga mō te karakia Tēnei au, tēnei au - Hei Mahi 8.

Here am I, here am I, here am I swiftly moving by
the power of my karakia for swift movement
Swiftly moving over the earth, Swiftly moving through the heavens
the swift movement of your ancestor Tane-nui-a-rangi
who climbed up to the isolated realms, to the summit of Manono
and there found, Io-the-Parentless alone
He brought back down, the Baskets of Knowledge
the Basket called Tuauri, the Basket called Tuatea, the Basket called Aronui.
Portioned out, planted in Mother Earth, the life principle of humankind
comes forth into the dawn, into the world of light. I sneeze, there is life!

Kua tangohia ēnei whakapākēhātanga i te whārangi Ipurangi - Tāne te Wānanga
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