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Friday, 23 August 2019

Village story book!

I can smell dead bodies rotting away. I can hear the cries and screams
from people around me, I see people running for their  lives
and getting what they can. I feel scared that I could be next.


We are leaving the village. I can hear people crying in pain.
There is a massive smoke cloud covering out village, people
running back thinking there is still a chance but in reality there
is no hope at all. We continue our journey down the dirt road
that leads to another village. The path we are following is hidden.
The way to the path is very difficult to get to.


We arrive at the village. We are created. They gave us food and water.
We tell them what happened and they were out-raged.  We have an idea
that we could prepare for an attack. So we gather materials like wood,
rocks and spears. Once we have the materials we set traps for the troops
on the ground

We waited for them to attack but it never happen. At this new village
I feel happy but sad that I lost friends, Family and pets. I can still hear
the cries of others in my sleep. I think it will be hard to get over what happened that. 

Friday, 28 June 2019

Friday, 14 June 2019

Public of Private information?

Public of Private information?


What is Matariki!

Matariki is a signal for the Maori New Year. Matariki also known as Te Papa it is a time of renewal and celebration in New Zealand. Te Papa begins with the rising of the Matariki star cluster. The cluster of stars are also known as the Pleiades of the seven sisters. Matariki is mainly a star cluster which appears in the night sky during mid-winter. According to the Maramataka aka the Maori lunar calendar.

Matariki the cluster of stars the Pleiades of the seven sisters, the name of the stars themselves are very different. Ururangi, Tupu-a-rangi, Waipuna Rangi, Tupu-a-nuku, Matariki, Waita and Waiti are the names of the seven stars. Matariki star cluster literally means the eyes of god mata ariki or little eyes matariki.

Related imageTe papa is celebrated by when the stars rise in the last few days of May. This symbolizes the coming of the Maori New Year. Some iwi or tribes. They start celebrations when Matariki is first seen. However it is the first new moon after Matariki that officially signals the Maori New Year.