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" ... branch at his birth, and this branch or tendril reached the ground when he was to be made king. Taneua, a bamboo used on the occasion, was said to draw its roots out of the ground at the approach of the ceremony, and to leap into the hand of the person... "
Queen Móo and the Egyptian Sphinx - Page 98
de Augustus Le Plongeon - 1896 - 277 pages
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Polynesian Researches, During a Residence of Nearly Six Years in ..., Volume 2

William Ellis - 1829 - 610 pages
...the ceremony, and to leap into the hand of the person who was sent for it. The inauguration ceremony, answering to coronation among other nations, consisted in girding the king with the maro ura, or sacred girdle of red feathers; which not only raised him to the highest earthly station, but...
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Polynesian researches, Volume 3

William Ellis - 1831 - 438 pages
...the ceremony, and to leap into the hand of the person who was sent for it. The inauguration ceremony, answering to coronation among other nations, consisted in girding the king with the maro ura, or sacred girdle of red feathers ; which not only raised him to the highest earthly station, but...
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Polynesian Researches: During a Residence of Nearly Eight Years in the ...

William Ellis - 1832 - 456 pages
...the ceremony, and to leap into the hand of the person who was sent for it. The inauguration ceremony, answering to coronation among other nations, consisted in girding the king with the maro ura, or sacred girdle of red feathers ; which not only raised him to the highest earthly station, but...
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The Blood Covenant: A Primitive Rite, and Its Bearing on Scripture

Henry Clay Trumbull - 1893 - 390 pages
...314, 316; II., 204; Tour thr<f Hawaii, p. 121). " The inauguration ceremony [of the Tahitian king], answering to coronation among other nations, consisted in girding the king with the maro urn, or sacred girdle of red feathers; which not only raised him to the highest earthly station, but...
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The Blood Covenant: A Primitive Rite and Its Bearings on Scripture

Henry Clay Trumbull - 1893 - 418 pages
...314, 316; II., 2o4; Tour thref Hawaii, p. 121). " The inauguration ceremony [of the Tahitian king], answering to coronation among other nations, consisted in girding the king with the nu1ro urn, or sacred girdle of red feathers; which not only raised him to the highest earthly station,...
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The Blood Covenant: A Primitive Rite and Its Bearing on Scripture

Henry Clay Trumbull - 1898 - 390 pages
...314, 316; II , 204; Tour thro1 Hawaii, p. 121 ). " The inauguration ceremony [of the Tahitian king], answering to coronation among other nations, consisted in girding the king with the maro ura, or sacred girdle of red feathers ; which not only raised him to the highest earthly station, but...
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The Life-Giving Myth: And Other Essays

A. M. Hocart - 2004 - 258 pages
...mounts) their majesties never suffered their feet to touch the ground. . . . The inauguration ceremony, answering to coronation among other nations, consisted in girding the king with the maro ura, or sacred girdle, of red feathers, which not only raised him to the highest earthly station, but...
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