Maori believe that any object of the Earth has its own life force. While in an inanimate state, this unique force can be altered to have desired effect by incantation or thought. These are normally chosen by the individual, often from amongst a multitude of other objects. The Kohatu is a prized possession of the Maori, part of the perfect balance in one's life.

Maori believe that any object of the Earth has its own life force. While in an inanimate state, this unique force can be altered to have desired effect by incantation or thought. These are normally chosen by the individual, often from amongst a multitude of other objects. The Kohatu is a prized possession of the Maori, part of the perfect balance in one's life.

New Zealand Maori - 1 - 10 Numbers poster in Maori    Enjoy learning Te Reo Maori with this 77cm x 51 cm laminated poster perfect for any child care centre, school or children's room  $16.95

New Zealand Maori - 1 - 10 Numbers poster in Maori Enjoy learning Te Reo Maori with this 77cm x 51 cm laminated poster perfect for any child care centre, school or children's room $16.95

Icons of New Zealand by Greg Straight for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

Icons of New Zealand by Greg Straight for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

Maori arte com temática em sala de aula modelos de etiquetas (SB8584) - SparkleBox

Maori arte com temática em sala de aula modelos de etiquetas (SB8584) - SparkleBox

Digital children's books for free!  This one is "Kapai Counts to 10" (Maori and English)

Digital children's books for free! This one is "Kapai Counts to 10" (Maori and English)

Taniko Weaving. Journal of the Polynesian Society: The Evolution Of Maori Clothing. Part IX, By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck) P 111-149

Taniko Weaving. Journal of the Polynesian Society: The Evolution Of Maori Clothing. Part IX, By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck) P 111-149

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