The Maori people are the natives of New Zealand who, like other tribes, have myths that are related to the creation of the world and the creation of man.
According to the Maori, in the beginning was emptiness, and nothing existed. Into that emptiness two Gods appeared: one male god of the sky name Ranginui, or Rangi, and one female god of the earth, named Papatuanuku, or Papa.
The earth and the sky came together and spawned six children: Tawhiri, the god of weather; Rongo, the god of crops; Tu, the god of war; Tangaroa, the god of the sea; Tane, the god of the forests; and Haumia, the god of plants.
According to the myth, the children didn’t have enough space to live because their parents were very close together, resulting in an effort to separate Rangi and Papa so that they would have more space.
For privacy reasons, she has previously written on Ancient Origins under the pen name April Holloway, but is now choosing to use her real name, Joanna Gillan. Read More As a Māori descent and a person quite versed (not an expert) on our cosmology, I can't help but compare our cosmological history to our relationship with the extraterrestrial and dimensional connection we have I love the idea of different element of our world as God's, when I was in my teen's I had a notion of elemental spirit's/god's, fog, mist, thunder storm's, I also think we can learn a great deal about the world we live in by looking at these story's with fresh eye's.
Egyptian hieroglyphs are among the oldest writing systems in the world, dating back some 5,200 years.It's so willfully ignorant you might as well worship the U. Your parents didn't like their creation myth, that's all--it had pain in it, and chaos, and their own parents were ashamed.So they told themselves a story that was at least partially true: about two good people who deserved happy lives. It doesn't actually matter where we came from, or where we're going, or when.People think that it is strange to have a turtle ten thousand miles long and an elephant more than two thousand miles tall, which just shows that the human brain is ill-adapted for thinking and was probably originally designed for cooling the blood. But the fact that there's a big turtle is far less amazing than the fact that there is a turtle anywhere.” ― “New Rule: You don't have to teach both sides of a debate if one side is a load of crap.President Bush recently suggested that public schools should teach "intelligent design" alongside the theory of evolution, because after all, evolution is "just a theory." Then the president renewed his vow to "drive the terrorists straight over the edge of the earth."Here's what I don't get: President Bush is a brilliant scientist.How it is possible for an isolated civilization to have commonalities with such myths is yet to be found, increasing speculations that the myths contain a common truth of external intervention.April Holloway is a Co-Owner, Editor and Writer of Ancient Origins.We also know that the Big Bang, the beginning of our universe, occurred about 13.7 billion years ago, whereas Earth didn’t even exist until about 10 billion years later.No one looking at the vast extent of the universe and the completely random location of homo sapiens within it (in both space and time) could seriously maintain that the whole thing was intentionally created for us.He launched an attack on his brothers, though at some point Papa decided to hide the other children to save them from Tawhiri’s wrath.Mankind originated when the god of the forest, Tane (Tanematua), used red ochre to form the first human and breathed into it.