Message from "Sky Father"
received at Our 'Stargate Portal' ...
Beautiful Beings ... I Am Present
All Above You and I See You
in everything that moves ~
You have captured energy
and portray it well across my Skies ~
Evening is portrayed as a starlit night
and Still I am watching over You ...
What do I do ... You may ask?
I do that which brings You Life
even more fuller now, than before ~
Though You may think that I Am
being taken for granted ...
and maybe so ... however ...
I Too Choose to where I want to Be ~
Keep wondering Dear One
as You look into my Skies
for You too will know that deep within
I Am in You and You Are in Me ...
We Are One ...
As It has Always been ...
Within Each Cycle
Papatuanuku and Ranginui, Papa and Rangi, Earth and Sky
Māori Creation Myth
In the beginning lived Papa and Rangi. Their love was so strong that their children were trapped between them in the darkness of their embrace. Tūmatauenga wants to kill their parents. After much pushing and shoving Tāne managed to separate his parents and let the children of Papa and Rangi escape and create the world as we know it. The disappointment of Papa and Rangi at being separate was great. Papa became Earth mother and stayed with all growing things, and Rangi was pushed far into the sky to become Sky Father. Even now, when it rains Sky Father's tears fall down on Earth Mother, whose tears are springs of water that mix with the rain and run in streams through the forest to the sea. Finally rising as mist, like the song of her heart, to her lover in the sky. The children of Papa and Rangi became Gods, and most stayed with Papa. Tāne was the God of the Forest, Tangaroa God of the Sea, Ru God of Food, Rongo (Rongo-mā-tāne) God of peace, and Tū (Tū-mata-uenga) God of War.Tāwhirimātea (Tawhiri ) would not live on Earth and made his home between Papa and Rangi, he is the God of Wind and Storms.
Rehua lives still in the Rangi-tuarea, the highest heaven.
Ruaumoko, who has not been born, creates earthquakes when he moves in his mothers womb.
Timber is Macrocarpa (Cupressus macrocarpa) weighing approximately 6 tons
Carved by Ken Blum and Brian Woody Woodward
Created at Arts Unique
RD2 Marahau, Motueka
Abel Tasman National Park.
Aotearoa New Zealand
~ Thank you ~