GaryWords 03 – Viking Influence in Early New Zealand

There is an area locally where I live in New Zealand that has earthworks consisting of level terraces surrounding a hilltop with dugouts or pits set into the terraces, and there are other features here also including what definitely appears to be a dew pond, as would be found say in Ireland.  These earthworks were established here well before the relatively modern-day arrival of people from Europe or United Kingdom in the late 1700’s.

Over the years various individually renowned people in their fields have visited this area; archaeologists, historians, anthropologists and other, and in most or all instances, when on the site, and because of the sites similarity in earthworks between here and similar sites in the U.K., conversation goes immediately to the U.K. or England in particular,  and rarely if ever to Polynesia.  This has always had me puzzled. Celts, Normans and other cultures are mentioned.

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GaryWords 02 – May 25th 2020

This YouTube vlog I have named May 25th 2020 because an event in New Zealand certainly connects it to other events world-wide.  It was a memorable event in my own life, and I expect in many others, and began when I was watching a live television programme on the same date in New Zealand. It was on TV1, on Q+A with Jack Tame, being an interview of a Mr. Todd Muller, the new opposition party (National Party) leader in New Zealand.

After what I had thought a severe, relentless hammering, Mr Muller was asked by the interviewer, …”No one in your top twelve is Maori.  Why is that?”, in a very accusing manner.  And to me, it just stank of racism and other things, and I found it very awkward to handle.  I am sure when people wake up and look back, they will see the enormity of how low and ill-mannered this type of interview has stooped, and maybe even feel embarrassed to what degree we had become acceptable of it.

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Discovering Maori – An Ordinary Man

In the introduction it was shown that the original word māori (as an adjective) referred to being normal, usual, or ordinary; tangata māori being a normal Earthly man or human being as opposed to a Supernatural being. The word had no racial connotations as we know it today, and the ‘name’ Māori appears never to have been used for the descendants of the earlier natives or aborigines until the late 1840’s, some 200 years after the European contact by Abel Tasman in 1642! Continue reading

Cloud Aoteroa – 19th Century

A New Zealand Time Frame (‘time’ = 3rd Dimension)
Continued from Cloud Aotearoa – 20th Century)
Three years before the 1963 Cloud appearance, the prophet (William Branham) laid out clearly what has become known as the Seven Church ‘Ages’, which are given in the table below. At that point it became possible to place all of New Zealand history into a Biblical time-frame.  The seven men, referred to as messengers or angels in the book of Revelation are shown with their respective ‘age’. The ages are named after places that existed 2000 years ago, and cover the period of time, in sequence, up until 1956.

The Second Coming Period, Divided into Seven ‘Church Ages’.
‘..The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches: and the seven candlesticks which thou sawest are the seven churches.’ (Rev 1:20)
‘AGE’ NAME TIME SPAN MESSENGER / ANGEL
Ephesus   (Rev 2:1-7) 53-170 A.D. Paul  (About AD 5 – AD 67)
Smyrna   (Rev 2:8-11) 170 – 312 A.D. Irenaeus (About 130 – 202)
Pergamos   (Rev 2:12-17) 312 – 616 A.D. Martin (315 – 399)
Thyatira   (Rev 2:12-29) 606 -1520 A.D. Columba (521 – 597)
Sardis   (Rev 3:1-6) 1520 – 1750 A.D. Martin Luther (1483 – 1546)
Philadelphia   (Rev 3:7-13) 1750 – 1906 A.D. John Wesley (1703 – 1791)
Laodicea   (Rev 3:14-22) 1906 – 1956 A.D. William Branham (1909 – 1965)

The messengers are referred to as ‘eyes’ (seers or prophets), and it is under the age or influence of John Wesley that the Europeans arrived here. The Maori that were Supernaturally aware Continue reading