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puputahitanga OWC
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Kia Ora for your participation in the where is Hawaiki korero, I knew I could hit a nerve. However I would like to take our korero further by questioning the egyptian days as my gut is telling me to look into it. The Marae is liken to their pyramids, the waka are the similar. Moses Used a karakia and his tokotoko to part the red sea, In my personal opinion, The ("HA") is the breath of Te Atua that came down in to the ("WAI") and split it in the middle causing it to go ("I KI")from here to there...Te Ha o te Atua i te wai i ki...also other things that happened in old egypt needs to be asked...tell me your personal opinion of this idea.....

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Posted : 19 March, 2007 6:41 pm
tane_ariki OWC
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E he!

No, I don't think so.

Nice try, but no.

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Posted : 19 March, 2007 7:16 pm
rlee OWC
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I always felt Egypt is connected somewhere but very way back, there's a lot more to fill in before then though.

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Posted : 19 March, 2007 9:29 pm
Upokoruru OWC
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Kia Ora for your participation in the where is Hawaiki korero, I knew I could hit a nerve. However I would like to take our korero further by questioning the egyptian days as my gut is telling me to look into it. The Marae is liken to their pyramids, the waka are the similar. Moses Used a karakia and his tokotoko to part the red sea, In my personal opinion, The ("HA") is the breath of Te Atua that came down in to the ("WAI") and split it in the middle causing it to go ("I KI")from here to there...Te Ha o te Atua i te wai i ki...also other things that happened in old egypt needs to be asked...tell me your personal opinion of this idea.....


...This is just ridiculous.Get off the Bible creationist trip dude!
look , what happens if he get the division of the waters from on high as implied in the Bible?.Oh look!!!!WAIRUA, two waters!!!Wow!
Martin Doutre would like you Puputahitanag.

Edited by - Upokoruru on Mar 20 2007 12:32:45 AM

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Posted : 20 March, 2007 12:31 am
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