Kiho Tumu

Kiho Tumu
   Supreme god of the Tuamotu archipelago in Polynesia. See Te Tumu.

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  • Kiho-tumu — In the mythology of the Tuamotu archipelago, Kiho tumu (or Kiho) is the supreme god (Sykes and Kendall 2003:108). The Milky Way is the sacred ocean of Kiho tumu and the dark rift within the Milky Way is his sacred ship, the Long Shark (Beckwith… …   Wikipedia

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  • Te Tumu —    See Kiho Tumu …   Who’s Who in non-classical mythology

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  • Mareikura — In the mythology of the Tuamotu islands, the Mareikura are the attendants of Kiho tumu. In Maoridom, Mareikura are the Supreme Goddesses of the Twelfth Heaven. The Twelfth Heaven is all Female and the Highest of all the Spiritual Realms. This… …   Wikipedia

  • Io Matua Kore — (Māori for Io the Parentless who was always existent without beginning or end ) is in some Māori traditions the supreme god.The Io tradition was restricted to only the highest mi. Tohunga ( priest or expert , the Māori equivalent of the Hawaiian… …   Wikipedia

  • Polynesian Creation Legends —    The Creation myths of the Polynesians show a marked similarity to those of Mangaia Island, which should be consulted. Cognate information will also be found under Akua, Ao Kahiwahiwa, Ao Kanapanapa, Ao Nui, Ao Pakakina, Ao Pakarea, Ao Potango …   Who’s Who in non-classical mythology

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