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MeteRangi

Australia

#1 Jul 24, 2013
Hi ......has anyone heard of the Rarotongan occupation of parts of Samoa in about AD1100 . We were all told this story when we were growing up. Can anyone shed some light on this. Thanks
Proud

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#2 Jul 24, 2013
Too much pakalolo...lol.

Some people will go to any length to get attention kalofa e.
Proud

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#3 Jul 25, 2013
Samoa mo Samoa.....lol.
PewPew

Melbourne, Australia

#4 Jul 25, 2013
MeteRangi wrote:
Hi ......has anyone heard of the Rarotongan occupation of parts of Samoa in about AD1100 . We were all told this story when we were growing up. Can anyone shed some light on this. Thanks
What?!? hahahaha nah ....it was only Sasa, but he wasnt Rarotongan.........he from Raroboloz lol
684renegade

Columbus, GA

#5 Jul 26, 2013
Proud wrote:
Too much pakalolo...lol.
Some people will go to any length to get attention kalofa e.
Ahahaha. Good one, ol' fart. just kidding. ahahaha
PewPew

Perth, Australia

#6 Jul 29, 2013
684renegade wrote:
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Ahahaha. Good one, ol' fart. just kidding. ahahaha
hahahaha your a bad nephew! lmao
MeteRangi

Melbourne, Australia

#7 Aug 21, 2013
Proud wrote:
Too much pakalolo...lol.
Some people will go to any length to get attention kalofa e.
So is there any truth to this theory?

Since: Apr 12

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#8 Aug 21, 2013
MeteRangi wrote:
<quoted text>So is there any truth to this theory?
Yes! Atiu and Aitutaki have stories aswell
MeteRangi

Melbourne, Australia

#9 Aug 21, 2013
Thanx Kava! I remember my grandfather saying that 2 Fijian made boats traveled from Rarotonga to Fiji for the purpose of obtaining more Fijian vaka. As it happened, they had to dock in Samoa due to bad winds. They ended up siding with the ruling Fijian warlords that were there at the time and was later the ruling empire there for a short time until the Tongan occupancy
Proud

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#10 Aug 21, 2013
MeteRangi wrote:
<quoted text>So is there any truth to this theory?
Nope. Maybe in la la land....lol
MeteRangi

Melbourne, Australia

#11 Aug 22, 2013
Proud wrote:
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Nope. Maybe in la la land....lol
That is what is told to most of us from Rarotonga! Maybe it is you that is wrong.........everyone from the Cook Is knows this story
pingpong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#12 Aug 22, 2013
rorotongan is the meaning of south tonganfijian from tonga and fiji from lau they invaded cook island and killed the tramps there they then with fijian warlords invaded monkey tahiti named after viti. fk Samoa give bk our land.
Proud

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#13 Aug 22, 2013
MeteRangi wrote:
<quoted text> That is what is told to most of us from Rarotonga! Maybe it is you that is wrong.........everyone from the Cook Is knows this story
Nobody is wrong. I don't profess to know everything but your reality is yours and yours alone. If you think in your own heart it's the truth then who am I to say otherwise.

One thing I know for certain, in ancient times our ancestors have "contact" with each other constantly. You can read whatever you want to read into that.

By the way my answer in the previous post was a joke and I'm sorry for that.

MeteRangi

Melbourne, Australia

#14 Aug 22, 2013
pingpong wrote:
rorotongan is the meaning of south tonganfijian from tonga and fiji from lau they invaded cook island and killed the tramps there they then with fijian warlords invaded monkey tahiti named after viti. fk Samoa give bk our land.
The Fijians used the Raro warriors in battle because of our warrior nature! Fiji were no match in the Cook Is. so we stayed out of everyones business.......but I know that parts of southern Samoa was said to have been ruled by a Raro. Just sayin
MeteRangi

Melbourne, Australia

#15 Aug 22, 2013
Proud wrote:
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Nobody is wrong. I don't profess to know everything but your reality is yours and yours alone. If you think in your own heart it's the truth then who am I to say otherwise.
One thing I know for certain, in ancient times our ancestors have "contact" with each other constantly. You can read whatever you want to read into that.
By the way my answer in the previous post was a joke and I'm sorry for that.
Cheers Proud. Im just looking for answers
MeteRangi

Melbourne, Australia

#16 Aug 22, 2013
pingpong wrote:
rorotongan is the meaning of south tonganfijian from tonga and fiji from lau they invaded cook island and killed the tramps there they then with fijian warlords invaded monkey tahiti named after viti. fk Samoa give bk our land.
Its not called Raro Lau lol

TOA

“"TUI MANU'A LO'U ALI'I E"”

Since: Jun 09

Compton, CA

#17 Aug 23, 2013
MeteRangi wrote:
<quoted text> The Fijians used the Raro warriors in battle because of our warrior nature! Fiji were no match in the Cook Is. so we stayed out of everyones business.......but I know that parts of southern Samoa was said to have been ruled by a Raro. Just sayin
MeteRangi

Funny you say that when one of Rarotonga's original rulers was Samoan specifically Tui Manu'a Alia Matua known in the Cook Islands as KARIKA. Karika started the Makea/Karika royal line in Rarotonga.
MeteRangi

Melbourne, Australia

#18 Aug 23, 2013
TOA wrote:
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MeteRangi
Funny you say that when one of Rarotonga's original rulers was Samoan specifically Tui Manu'a Alia Matua known in the Cook Islands as KARIKA. Karika started the Makea/Karika royal line in Rarotonga.
Do have any proof brother! or should i just trust you blindly?!? This is common theory in Raro......it would take more than that to convince me
ping pong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#19 Aug 23, 2013
MeteRangi wrote:
<quoted text> The Fijians used the Raro warriors in battle because of our warrior nature! Fiji were no match in the Cook Is. so we stayed out of everyones business.......but I know that parts of southern Samoa was said to have been ruled by a Raro. Just sayin
According to fijian state history 7 waka left from lomaviti and rewa for the invasion of tahiti they where joined by people from the east and it was you cook islanders who joined us in return we offered you land in Western samoa to live with the tongafisi children before the tui tonga.
ping pong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#20 Aug 23, 2013
MeteRangi wrote:
<quoted text> The Fijians used the Raro warriors in battle because of our warrior nature! Fiji were no match in the Cook Is. so we stayed out of everyones business.......but I know that parts of southern Samoa was said to have been ruled by a Raro. Just sayin
We didn't use you we needed you cause you came from our bloodline we offered you land and also you know how to sail for longer distance fijian war ships stoped at cook islands for a purpose to invade tahiti and hawwii the lost samoan prince tawt who ran there. From there they sailed found nz.

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