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TIAN . WindRavenTemple. The Every 7 Knowledge . The Law . Illumination . Vows and Guardians . 3963 . Circinus Bridge . Stellarium .
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Galapagos Defined
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Japan 311movie . pg.34a . pg.34b . Kanji Triangles b . pg.35 . Tornadoes . pg.36 .
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1.29.11 Tanna Communication.

The Path of Communication


Erromango:
formerly known as Martyr Island...
manga is the branch of a tree or river...
ero is to exhaust.

Tanna:
tana is the plural definitive
meaning 'his' or 'hers.'
(Tana means Earth.)

Ile Art:
Art Island.
Art is Creation.

Ile Pott:
lover of horses (from Philpot, from Phillipos, from
philein, to love, and hippos, horse...or someone
living in a depression in the ground. the love of
riding a horse. becoming wind, galloping
unification. Riding The Sky.

Australia:
southern...in the Northern Territory...
going west...from the east. (compass.)

Rodrigues Island:
Rodrigues translates down to "famous power."
(portuguese) "Rhyd-derch" "famous chief" (earliest)
or "red haired one" (later, first authenticated recording
of the name was Roderic the Great, King of Wales, who
died 877AD. (JM Welsh-English Dictionary)
Rhyd is: course, a ford, which is a shallow
place in the river to cross.

Madagascar:
In a book named The Travels of Marco Polo Book 3, Chapter 33,
Marco Polo describes an Island as Madagascar but is claimed
to be hearsay. (he also spoke of Griffins in this place)The name
also derives from a ship that was lost at sea. It was also the name
of two Royal Navy vessels in 1811 and 1822. Malagasy was the
name prior to this renaming. Mala means cancer in Malaysian.
The balance, or "divide" is of the light and dark above the river...
The Kings of Malagasy tended to refer to the whole island as
"Izao rehetra izao" or "Izao(all or whole) tontolo(total) izao(all)
("this entire country") Izao means 'this' or 'now.'

Maun, Botswana, (and Zimbabwe), Africa:
Maun means 'the place of short reeds'.
Botswana is named after the Swana people,
formerly named Bechaunaland, Bechuana being
an alternate spelling for Botswana. Batoana, Batuana...
Batauana: "little lions" or 'twa' which is dwarf. Pygmies?
(Third Millennium Library) Africa is perhaps from aphrike
meaning : without cold. (White Lions are said to be
extremely rare, rarer than the snow leopards of the
Himalayas. Three of these white lion cubs were born
in the mid70s in the NORTHERN PROVINCE of Africa.
(parallel to The Northern territory of Australia.)
The three lion cubs were named "Temba,"
meaning 'hope' in Zulu. Two of them
survived. These cubs were born in
Timbavati which translates from
the ancient Shangaan language
as 'the place where sacred
came down to earth.'
This location
had a meteor hit the earth in roughly
1600. After this, many animals were
claimed to be birthing white offspring.
These lions have been described as
"Children of The Sun God," and
'enlightenment-bearers.'
Zimbabwe translates to
"Stone Houses" in the
Shona language.

La Cruz, Tariiman, and Bella Vista, Bolivia:
La Cruz is the cross. Tarima means platform, or
stage in Spanish. Bella Vista means beautiful sight.
Bolivia was named after Simon Bolivar known as
"El Liberator" for liberating most of Northern South
America. (much a parallel to Northern Territory of
Australia (which means Southern.) Manuel Martin
Cruz proposed: "If from Romulus comes Rome, then
from Bolivar comes Bolivia."

Pinaki:
means "a rise, a gentle elevation.

Nukutavake:
is called "Papa Tea" which
means "white rock,' or cleansed.

Vahitahi:
this has a Polynesian story about a seer who foresees
a demon-possessed ship and exorcises the demon
with erotic songs intended to arouse the men to their
highest frequency of energy and thus holding the
demon upon the vessel. The song describes a safe
passage through the reef and brings the ship ashore,
whereas the song acts as precautionary to prevent
the demon escaping on land as well. All proceed in
file to the temple, and the demon is exorcised into
a pool of fresh water, and the ship is cleansed with
smoke from its influence.

Vairaatea:
this is part of the commune Nukutavake..."tea" means
'white' or 'clear.' "va" is a space between. "ira" are freckles,
moles, a birthmark. "atea" means free from obstruction, or clear.
ra means 'sun,' 'day,' 'by way of,' or 'yonder.'

Ahunui:
this island is also known as Nga-taumanga:
to breathe(nga), a cycle(tau), stream(manga.)

Paraoa:
(sperm whale), high priest
of Wharekura "Holy House"
th place where sons of Chiefs
were taught.

Manuhangi:
manu: to float, a bird, a kite,
rise above. hangi: a native oven.

Nengo-Nengo:
ne translates to "is that so?!"
ngo'engo'ea translates to
without vigour, dispirited.

Te Au O Tu:
Te is the, I, king, me, stability, certainly,
(emphatic sound, explosive) Au means smoke,
a whirlpool, a rapid, ocean current, ancient,
worthy. O means provision for journey, ability
to be contained in, to go deep. Tu means ' to
stand,' vehement, fixed, permanent, or constant.

Manuae:
manu means to float.
ae means "YES!" to positives
and "NO!" to negatives.

Arutanga:
aru means to follow or pursue.
tanga means quick, soon, or brisk.

Niue:
niu means divination, whirling, cocoa-nut.
e is expressing future tense, calls attention to,
and/or the termination of a sentence. Niue is
known as "The Rock of Polynesia."

Vava'u:
vava is the sound of wind, rain,
distant water, sudden or swift
water. u means 'firm,' fixed, or agreed.

Umuna:
umu meanse native oven.
na is used to 'call attention to,'
position is 'near,' a connection
the person being spoken to.

Faioa:
fai means 'to do,' 'to say,' 'to speak,'
get, possess. oa is a friend or companion,
to rejoice, to be glad...oa is like a bond that
holds together, friendship, a boat(ribs of timber),
a house(rafters); like a binding force.

Kenutu:
ke means different, strange, extraordinary.
ngutu means to place things together so the
ends touch. this portrays infinitely cycling.

Pousini:
pou means to pour in, or to plunge in.
si is like an emphasis. ni is a time explanation.

Tulie:
tu means 'to stand,' fixed, constant, vehement,
'manner in which.' li means 'to set together.'
e means 'by.'

Okoa:
the totality of a thing, the whole, entirety.

Mafana:
warm.

Ofu:
native food tied up in a leaf and
ready for cooking. Anointing yourself.

Olo'ua:
olo means 'to rub down,' ground, or grate.
ua means 'rain.' (bring down the rain.)

Matu'anua:
matu means 'we' or 'us.' anu means 'space'
(the multitude of space.) a is 'to urge,' compel,
'of' or 'belonging to.'

Fonuafo'ou:
fonu means fullness. afo means
'a measuring line.' ou is a plurality.

Luatafito:
lua means 'two.' It also means a
hole or a pit. tafito is the end of a
tree or post near the ground, or
the root of the penis, the root end,
old, ancient. tahito means perineum,
main energy root union, the core.

Maninita:
ma means white, pale, faded, clean,
or freed. manini means 'to slip,' slide,
and means 'pleasant' or agreeable.
ta means 'to dash,' 'aim a blow at,'
strike, or beat.

Tapana:
tapa means 'margin' or 'edge.'
na is to indicate position near or
connection to person you are
addressing. (Tu'anakulau, another
name for the island: tu means 'stand,'
'fixed,' constant,' 'vehement,' or 'manner.'
ana means cave, or den. ku means grief,
to morn, sulk, fatigued, or silent. lau means
collective, 'the expanse,' the sea, or breadth.

Lautala:
lau means collective, 'the expanse,' the sea,
breadth, or read. tala means a tale or narration.

Afo:
a measuring line, a small rope, a fishing line,
thread, (and his hand divided them by a line, etc.)

Tahifehifa:
tahi means 'one.' fe signifies reciprocity, 'to be
opposite to one another,' correspondence, 'to
dwell together cordially.' hi means 'to flow away,'
it is an exclamation. fa can mean 'four,' or 'to come
into sight.

Fua'amotu:
fua means flower, fruit, or seed.
amo means 'to carry on the shoulders.'
tu means 'to stand,' 'fixed,' 'constant,'
'vehement,' or 'manner.'

Taunga:
a place of 'alighting,' a bond of connection
between families, to become at home in a
place, domesticated, familiar, intimate.

Lotuma:
lotu means 'religion' or persuasion, prayer,
devotion, adoration, or worship. ma means
'together with.' Sacredly.

Taula:
an anchor, the priest of a deity.

Kolotahi:
kolo means 'to desire,' to grow or run like
the branch of a vine. tahi means one.

Eueiki:
eu means to stir up, or 'to trouble.'
eiki means 'chief' or 'lord.'

Kapa:
rank, row, standing in a row.

Mala:
calamity, a splinter.

Euakafa:
eu means 'to stir up,' or 'to trouble.'
a is 'of or belonging to.' kafa is coconut fiber.

Luahiapo:
lua means two, or an aperature, hole,
divide(like how the wind effects.) hiapo
means tender (like an infant's skin.)

Katafanga:
kata means 'to laugh' or 'pass.'
fa means four. nga means 'to breathe'.
anga means 'moving in a certain direction.'
(four directions, compass)

Nuku:
a host, The Earth, a throng,
Rainbow God, space personified.

A'a:
root of any tree or plant,
strong, the fibers of a root.

Sisia:
sis means 'to make great,' 'to draw
up.' 'a' means 'of or belonging to.'
'consummate.'

Lua'ui:
lua means two, an aperture, divide
(like the wind), or pit. ui means 'to call,'
asked, or inquire.

Oto:
'o' means 'to go.' 'to' means 'up to'
or 'high as.' (to go as high as)

Nuapapu:
nu means 'to groan,' a roaring strong
wind. apa means 'company of workmen,'
a group, (and is also said of a person under
demonic possession.) pu means 'to blow.'

Fonualei:
fonua means 'the whole earth.' lei means
'whale teeth,' or ornamental dress. (the whale's
tooth is considered sacred and rare, for they did
not hunt the whales, and so these teeth normally
only came from beached whales.)

Kitu:
ki means 'full,' filled up, tight, high (of the tide),
parent of many children. tu means ' to stand,'
vehement, fixed, permanent, or constant.

Mounu:
bait, a person who
cannot swim or float.

Tu'ungasika:
tu means ' to stand,' vehement, fixed,
permanent, or constant. unga means
'firmness,' 'to send,' 'to order,' 'to cause
to be born,' 'to exercise authority.'

Laufatu:
lau is 'to count,' collective, or numbered.
fatu means 'a stone,' core, 'stone of fruit,'
seeds, the heart center.

Avalau:
ava means 'harbor entrance,' an opening.
lau means 'leaf,' counting, 'to number,' or collective.

Alinonga:
ali means 'to appear.' 'no' means 'from,' 'of,'
or 'belonging to.' nga is the plural of 'the,' or
'to breathe,' THEE.

Lape:
a man who sits and wishes bad
luck to the opposite part in a game
of tagati'a. (entangled.)

Hunga:
a company of persons,
people, tribe, group.

Langito'o:
langit means 'the heavens.'
'o' is 'of or belonging to.'

Ovaka:
(ovaca) means 'to gather the young
under the wings.'
'o' is 'of' or 'belonging to.'
va is a 'space in time,' resounding sound,
rushing down of the rain, distance between
two objects, the space between, or 'to hold
a thing fast.' ka means 'but,' 'if,' 'for,' or 'although.'
vaka is the general name for all vessels that sail.

Vaka Eitu:
vaka is the general name for all vessels
that sail. eitu is a spirit, a god, seven.

Kulo:
ku means 'silent, wearied, exhausted.
'lo' is a plurality, it also means 'ant,' or 'bug.'

Luamoko:
lua means two, or divide. moko means tattoo
marks on face or body, body ink (it also means
lizard.) Sacred two as one. (Ruamoko is the
youngest son of Rangi and Papa, god of
volcanoes and seasons. He is said to have
never been born and remains inside his
mother's womb.)

Mu'Omu'A:
mu is a gentle noise, hum, or murmuring.
'o' is 'of' or 'belonging to.' 'a' means 'of' or
'belonging to,' or 'at.'

Totokafonua:
totoka means 'to become solid,' or 'set.'
fonua means 'the whole earth.'

Fofoa:
to break the shell, to hatch.

Kalau:
ka is 'to denote one action changing
to another, 'but,' 'if,' 'for,' 'although,'
'notwithstanding,' or 'nevertheless.'
lau is 'to count,' number, collective,
numerous, or many. ka also means
'to burn,' or 'to be LIGHTED.'

Foeata:
foea means 'to have plenty of pullers
in a canoe.' ta means 'to dash down,'
(like a tattoo), attack, beat, or strike.
foe is a paddle(used to row, or an
energetic creation of motion or
mobility.) ata is 'the air,' morning,
personified 'light being,' reflective
image, space, room, spacious,
free, 'to reflect as a mirror.'
fo means 'to return.' e is
'to call attention to the
next word, like "OH, lovely."
(turning the air into light)

Foelifuka:
fo means 'to turn' or 'return.'eli means
'to break up dirt,' dig, muddy, to dig the
earth. fu is 'to make a hollow noise by
striking the hands together,' 'the noise
so made.' ka is meant to denote one
action changing to another, 'but,' 'if,'
'for,' 'although,' 'notwithstanding,'
or 'nevertheless.' (turn the mud
into thunder)

Fatumanga:
fatu is 'the core,' or 'stone of fruit,' seed,
the heart center. manga means 'the branch
of a tree,' or river. (the heart of the river.)

Ha'ano:
ha means 'breath.' ano means 'present time,'
'up to this time,' exactly, quite, now. (breath
of now. Now Breath. (as understood from
prior definitions the Now Breath is light, for
the air was turned to light, mud to thunder.)

Late:
ate is a term of endearment to a child,
the liver; to denote as 'the seat of one's
affections,' or the heart.

Kao:
core.

Oqea Levu:
'o' means 'of,' or 'belonging to.'
ea is an expression of surprise!
'le' means 'the.' vu means bottom,
root, basis. (The Root!)

(then there is an unnamed island
shaped like a heart, an unnamed
giant island shape of '7'...and then...)

Karoni:
karo means 'to ward off,' or 'to elude a blow.'
ni means 'this,' or 'these.' ro means 'in,' 'into,'
or 'inherent.' ka is meant to denote one action
changing to another, 'but,' 'if,' 'for,' 'although,'
'notwithstanding,' 'nevertheless,' or 'to burn,'
or 'be lighted.' (lighting in this, burning in these,
eluding through lightning.)

Moce:
sleep.

Fulqana:
fu means 'the noise so made.' na is
used to call attention to a word, a
tale commencement. ana means
cave or den, 'there,' 'of him,' or 'of her.'
(Mother Volcano) (an island within this
island is named Fulanga (Fulaga, Vulaga.)
laga means 'a heavy weight lifted,' 'to rise
up,' 'to erect.' vu means 'the root.' fu means
'uncover,' or 'to hollow.' Vulaga is therefore
interpreted as "raising the root energy.' this
is described as him or her. it is as though a
volcano is both male and female energies
combined as one harmonized fluidity.

Namuka-i-Lau:
namu means sand fly or mosquito. ka is
meant to denote one action changing
to another, 'but,' 'if,' 'for,' 'although,'
'notwithstanding,' 'nevertheless,'
or 'to burn,' or 'be lighted.' i-Lau
means 'a row,' or group, collectivity
yet singular. Like many to one, swarm.

Komo:
'to enter,' 'to go in,'
anything that 'enters.'

Marabo:
mara means 'plot under
cultivation,' or 'farm.' bo
means 'night.'

Vaqava:
va means 'space in time,'
'a noise,' 'rushing rain,' 'the
space between.' ava denotes
any kind of entrance.

Kabara:
ka is meant to denote one action changing
to another, 'but,' 'if,' 'for,' 'although,' 'notwithstanding,'
'nevertheless,' or 'to burn, or 'be lighted,' 'lighting in this,'
'burning in these,' 'eluding this.' bara meanse 'hoarse,'
or 'having a rough voice.' ba means 'to reach, 'sound
forth,' 'plants set in earth,' strike, slap, or 'to shield.' ra
means 'sun,' 'day,' 'by way of,' or 'yonder.' kaba is 'the
corner,' 'edges of anything,' or 'to flap the wings.'

Tavu-na-sici:
ta means 'to dash down,' 'attack,' 'beat,' or 'to strike.'
vu means 'bottom,' or 'basis,' or 'root.' na is a word
used to call attention to the commencement of
a tale, it denotes position, near, or a connection
to the person one is speaking with, 'by,' 'for,' 'by
way of,' or satisfied. si means 'draw up,' heighten,
a hissing noise, or 'to trickle down.'

Totoya:
toto means 'blood,' 'to bleed,' 'stain with blood,'
sap, ' juice of plants,' or ambrosia. ya means 'to,'
or 'of.'

Moala:
moa is an extinct giant bird, 'ironstone,'
'garden bed,' or 'land having divisions between.'
ala means path, 'a way,' road, passage, anointment,
or awake. mo means 'on account of,' or 'because.'

Matuku:
name of a bird that means "Bittern." In Maori
Matuku is a demi-god, a cruel and cannabilistic
man who was raised by a sea spirit who taught
him the creation and use of kites, as well as how
to walk on the bottom of the ocean in order to
escape his enemies. matu means 'cut in pieces.'
ku means 'silent,' exhausted, wearied.

Buliya:
buli means 'to crown,' or 'install
as chief.' ya means 'to,' or 'of.'

Yaukuve Levu:
ya means 'to,' or 'of.' uku means ally,
or 'supporting tribe.' ve means 'to
increase.' le means 'the.' vu means
'bottom,' root,' 'basis,' or core. (The Root!)

Dravuni:
ravu means 'ashes.'
ni means 'this,' or 'these.'

Vanuakua:
vanua means 'land' or 'region.'
kua means 'the back of a person
or animal.' kua also denotes the
completion of 'past action.'
(example, 'he has gone.')

Ono:
six, or 'to plant.'

Kadavu:
ka is meant to denote one action changing
to another, 'but,' 'if,' 'for,' 'although,' 'notwithstanding,'
'nevertheless,' or 'to burn,' or 'be lighted.' 'a' means
'of,' or 'belonging to.' vu means 'bottom,' 'basis,'
'root,' or core. (Kadavu has a legend about two
women who were taken by fishermen, and who
were then saved by a storm that almost toppled
the fishermen's canoe. The women were changed
into turtles. The men then threw them into the sea.
Namuana Village women ritualize a chant to the
turtles that bring them to the surface on this island.
(turtles are slow, and fluid.)

Vatulele:
vatu means 'a stone' or rock.
lele means 'to fly,' evaporation,
'fall upon,' 'jump,' or 'leap.'
(evaporation = The Now
Breath
, which is LIGHT.)

Futuna:
futu is the name of a tree. fu is
'to make a hollow noise by striking
the hands together,' or 'to hollow
a canoe from a tree.' tuna means
'eel.' na is a word used to call
attention to, 'by,' 'made by,'
'acted on.'

Aniwa:
ani means 'the heaven,' sky, or
'to blow softly.' wa means 'the
space between,' or interval.

Tanna:
tana is the plural definitive
meaning 'His' or 'Hers.'
(Tana means Earth.)

Erromango:
formerly known as Martyr's Island.
ero means 'to exhaust.' manga
is the 'branch of a tree, or river.'

The Bigger Picture is An Infinite Meditation.

May Light Be Your Shadow.

Every 7
Author
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TIAN . WindRavenTemple. The Every 7 Knowledge . The Law . Illumination . Vows and Guardians . 3963 . Circinus Bridge . Stellarium .
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. pg.29b . pg.29c . Tanna . pg.30a . pg.30b . pg.31 . pg.31b . pg.31c . pg.32a . pg.32b .
Galapagos Defined
. pg.33a . pg.33b . pg.33c . pg.33d . Kanji Quakes . Kanji Triangles .
Japan 311movie . pg.34a . pg.34b . Kanji Triangles b . pg.35 . Tornadoes . pg.36 .
pg.37 . pg.38 . pg.38b . pg.38c . pg.39 . pg.39b . pg.39c . pg.40 . pg.40b .
pg.40c . pg.41 . pg.41b . pg.42 . pg.42b . pg.43a . pg.43b . pg.43c .
pg.43d . pg.43e . pg.44 . pg.44b . pg.45 . pg.45b . pg.46 . pg.46b .
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pg.51c . pg.51d . pg.51e . pg.52a . pg.52b . pg.53a . pg.53b .
pg.53c . pg.53d . pg.54a . pg.54b . pg.54c . pg.54d . pg.55 .
pg.55b
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pg.59c . pg.59d . pg.59e . pg.59f . pg.59g . pg.60a .
pg.60b . pg.60c .
pg.60d . pg.60e . pg.60f . pg.60g .
pg.60h . pg.61a . pg.61b . pg.61c . pg.62 . pg.62a .
pg.62b . pg.62c . pg.62d .

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11 . 12 . 13 . 14 . 15 . 16 . 17 . 18 . 19 . 20 . 21 .
22
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24c . 25a . 25b. 25c . 26 .
27
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