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" Evidently, then, apart from their mythological views, these people imagined that once the world was a " chaos of mud," out of which some mighty unseen Agent, whom they called Vari. evolved the present order of things. "
Myths and Songs from the South Pacific - Página 21
por William Wyatt Gill - 1876 - 328 páginas
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The Child and Childhood in Folk Thought: The Child in Primative Culture

Alexander Francis Chamberlain - 1895 - 464 páginas
...curiously enough, the word Fan', " beginning," signifies, on the island of Rarotonga, "mud/' showing that "these people imagined that once the world was a '...of which some mighty unseen agent, whom they called Fari, evolved the present order of things" (458. 3, 21). Another "All-Mother" is she of whom our own...
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The Child and Childhood in Folk Thought: (The Child in Primative Culture)

Alexander Francis Chamberlain - 1896 - 464 páginas
...curiously enough, the word Van, " beginning," signifies, on the island of Rarotonga, "mud," showing that "these people imagined that once the world was a '...they called Vari, evolved the present order of things "(458. 3, 21). Another "All-Mother" is she of whom our own poets have sung, " Nature," the source and...
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Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volumen13

1904
...Barotonga and Mangaia, the Rev. W. Wyatt Gill says (Myths and Songs of the South Pacific, p. 21) — " These people imagined that once the world was a '...called Vari, evolved the present order of things." We hear of this Vari as Vari ma te takere, translated by Gill as " Vari, originator of all things."...
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The Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volúmenes13-14

Polynesian Society (N.Z.) - 1905
...Rarotonga and Mangaia, the Rev. W. Wyatt Gill says (Myths and Songs of the South Pacific, p. 21) — " These people imagined that once the world was a '...called Vari, evolved the present order of things." We hear of this Vari as Vari ma te takere, translated by Gill as " Vari, originator of all things."...
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The Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volumen13

Polynesian Society (N.Z.) - 1905
...Barotonga and Mangaia, the Rev. W. Wyatt Gill says (Myths and Songs of the South Pacific, p. 21) — " These people imagined that once the world was a 'chaos...of which some mighty unseen agent, whom they called Van, evolved the present order of things." We hear of this Vari as Vari ma te takere, translated by...
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