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Tag Archives: God
By Ta’aroa all things existed. The storm, the rain, the sea, were in the hollow of his hand. Ta’aroa made the great foundation of the earth to be the husband, and the stratum rock to be the wife; Haruru-papa (Rock-resounder) was the name of that foundation, and he put his spirit into it, which was the essence of himself, and named it Ta’aroa-nui-tumu-tahi (Great-unique-foundation). Ta’aroa hailed Tumu-nui (Great Foundation)as king, but Tumu-iti hailed him as king without land.
Ta’aroa sat in his shell in darkness, for millions of ages. The shell was like an egg revolving in endless space, with no sky, no land, no sea, no moon, no sun, no stars.
All was darkness, it was continuous, thick darkness. Rumia (Upset) was the name of that shell of Ta’aroa.
Ta’aroa was quite alone in his shell. He had no father, no mother, no elder brother, no sister. There were no people, no beasts, no birds, no dogs. But there was Ta’aroa, and he was alone.