Members Login
Post Info TOPIC: THE END OF CANNABALISM IN SAMOA
Anonymous

Date:
THE END OF CANNABALISM IN SAMOA


Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.

__________________
TAMASAMOAMONI

Date:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.

__________________
CWR

Date:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




Poluleuligaga is the son of Malietoa Savea and Lei'ite, Talaifei'i's Tongan queen..those who were eaten was punishment for conspiring with the Tongans..

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

CWR wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




Poluleuligaga is the son of Malietoa Savea and Lei'ite, Talaifei'i's Tongan queen..those who were eaten was punishment for conspiring with the Tongans..


EEEE CWR OR CRC WHATEVER, ALU IA E EAT LOU MULI MA AI UMA OU KAE..!

__________________
CWR

Date:

Anonymous wrote:

CWR wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




Poluleuligaga is the son of Malietoa Savea and Lei'ite, Talaifei'i's Tongan queen..those who were eaten was punishment for conspiring with the Tongans..


EEEE CWR OR CRC WHATEVER, ALU IA E EAT LOU MULI MA AI UMA OU KAE..!




that's the truth..o le kama lega ga fagau i luga o le vaa iga ua koe foi Koga..Polu-le-uligaga..

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

BELIEVE IT OR NOT PEOPLE BUT SAMOANS WERE CANNIBALS AT ONE POINT AND TIME........ YOU MAY BE SHAMED OF IT BUT THE TRUTH WILL ALWAYS BE THE TRUTH.

WATCH THIS VIDEO

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXAQkhno-3E

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




You dont make no sense? You just said Samoans weren't Cannibals and yet your story clearly states that Samoans were......... I was taught Samoans used to be cannibals in the past no shame in that but to some Samoans they feel shame for the simple fact that we used to eat people so they deny the truth by saying we werent......

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

Will be the reason why malietoa vainuupo took john williams advise and became a christian and whoever his followers was.. but my point thou about this story that Samoa then listened to him and became christian is a load of crap!! Other Samoans and there big families already knew of God, Nafanua back then said to malietoa when he asked her for a share of the Malo that "he would have to wait for his turn, and that it would eventually come from heaven".

__________________
TAMASAMOAMONI

Date:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




You dont make no sense? You just said Samoans weren't Cannibals and yet your story clearly states that Samoans were......... I was taught Samoans used to be cannibals in the past no shame in that but to some Samoans they feel shame for the simple fact that we used to eat people so they deny the truth by saying we werent......


You got to read and comprehend. I said sure some of the samoan people used to eat people, but it was few and far in between. It was not widely accepted, and it was not widely popular, Samoa as a whole was not into cannibalism. It was introducted by the Fijians who were far more cannibalistic then the Samoans. That is why you don't have Samoan cannibalism on the National Geographic.

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

samoans are still canabals. they fight like savages in samoa and kill their own people so they can eat them alive

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




You dont make no sense? You just said Samoans weren't Cannibals and yet your story clearly states that Samoans were......... I was taught Samoans used to be cannibals in the past no shame in that but to some Samoans they feel shame for the simple fact that we used to eat people so they deny the truth by saying we werent......


You got to read and comprehend. I said sure some of the samoan people used to eat people, but it was few and far in between. It was not widely accepted, and it was not widely popular, Samoa as a whole was not into cannibalism. It was introducted by the Fijians who were far more cannibalistic then the Samoans. That is why you don't have Samoan cannibalism on the National Geographic.




But it is on the national geographic........ Here's a link to watch the video recorded long time ago about the cannibal Isles Samoa & Fiji

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXAQkhno-3E

__________________
tamasamoamoni

Date:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




You dont make no sense? You just said Samoans weren't Cannibals and yet your story clearly states that Samoans were......... I was taught Samoans used to be cannibals in the past no shame in that but to some Samoans they feel shame for the simple fact that we used to eat people so they deny the truth by saying we werent......


You got to read and comprehend. I said sure some of the samoan people used to eat people, but it was few and far in between. It was not widely accepted, and it was not widely popular, Samoa as a whole was not into cannibalism. It was introducted by the Fijians who were far more cannibalistic then the Samoans. That is why you don't have Samoan cannibalism on the National Geographic.




But it is on the national geographic........ Here's a link to watch the video recorded long time ago about the cannibal Isles Samoa & Fiji

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXAQkhno-3E


Thats not National Geograpic, and like I said, the Fijians were more of a cannibal Island and the narrator is so naive and biased, and very prejuidiced, I wish I could give him a piece of my mind, but mostly a piece of my fist. That film shows nothing , and explain nothing except that the Samoan islands was once a strong hold for cannibalism, which is full of cra.p. Any educated person would come away from that film with an empty feeling that the film never produced evidence that Samoa, as a whole was a cannibal island. It only mentioned Samoa and cannibalism once or twice, in two or three word sentences, no evidence, no explaination, just a few cannibals and the whole islands are branded CANNIBALS. So if you believe that, well, I have a bridge to sell you. One more thing, I believe there was never any cannibals in Manu'a. ITS THE STEREOTYPE WE SAMOANS RECIEVE, BECAUSE ONE IS A TROUBLE MAKER, EVERYBODY GETS BRANDED A TROUBLE MAKER. FIJI IS A CLASSIC EXAMPLE, IN EVERY FAMILY THERE ARE CANNIBALS, THEY ARE REAL CANNIBALS HANDS DOWN, BUT SAMOA, NO! I'M GOING TO TELL YOU THIS ONE LAST TIME. JUST BECAUSE A FEW ATE ROAST HUMAN LEG WITH EYE BALL GRAVY, AND KIDNEY SOUP WITH CHOPPED EARS, AND DRANK BLOODY FROM MARY, DON'T MEAN THAT THE WHOLE ISLAND WAS CANNIBALS. P.S. I'D LIKE TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT THAT BRIDGE.

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

tamasamoamoni wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




You dont make no sense? You just said Samoans weren't Cannibals and yet your story clearly states that Samoans were......... I was taught Samoans used to be cannibals in the past no shame in that but to some Samoans they feel shame for the simple fact that we used to eat people so they deny the truth by saying we werent......


You got to read and comprehend. I said sure some of the samoan people used to eat people, but it was few and far in between. It was not widely accepted, and it was not widely popular, Samoa as a whole was not into cannibalism. It was introducted by the Fijians who were far more cannibalistic then the Samoans. That is why you don't have Samoan cannibalism on the National Geographic.




But it is on the national geographic........ Here's a link to watch the video recorded long time ago about the cannibal Isles Samoa & Fiji

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXAQkhno-3E


Thats not National Geograpic, and like I said, the Fijians were more of a cannibal Island and the narrator is so naive and biased, and very prejuidiced, I wish I could give him a piece of my mind, but mostly a piece of my fist. That film shows nothing , and explain nothing except that the Samoan islands was once a strong hold for cannibalism, which is full of cra.p. Any educated person would come away from that film with an empty feeling that the film never produced evidence that Samoa, as a whole was a cannibal island. It only mentioned Samoa and cannibalism once or twice, in two or three word sentences, no evidence, no explaination, just a few cannibals and the whole islands are branded CANNIBALS. So if you believe that, well, I have a bridge to sell you. One more thing, I believe there was never any cannibals in Manu'a. ITS THE STEREOTYPE WE SAMOANS RECIEVE, BECAUSE ONE IS A TROUBLE MAKER, EVERYBODY GETS BRANDED A TROUBLE MAKER. FIJI IS A CLASSIC EXAMPLE, IN EVERY FAMILY THERE ARE CANNIBALS, THEY ARE REAL CANNIBALS HANDS DOWN, BUT SAMOA, NO! I'M GOING TO TELL YOU THIS ONE LAST TIME. JUST BECAUSE A FEW ATE ROAST HUMAN LEG WITH EYE BALL GRAVY, AND KIDNEY SOUP WITH CHOPPED EARS, AND DRANK BLOODY FROM MARY, DON'T MEAN THAT THE WHOLE ISLAND WAS CANNIBALS. P.S. I'D LIKE TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT THAT BRIDGE.




LMAO why are you so shamed of it? Samoans were cannibals at one point and time it even states in Samoan History that we once were cannibals....... Man I swear people are so ashamed of it they try to hide the truth...... Just keep it real

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

Anonymous wrote:

tamasamoamoni wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




You dont make no sense? You just said Samoans weren't Cannibals and yet your story clearly states that Samoans were......... I was taught Samoans used to be cannibals in the past no shame in that but to some Samoans they feel shame for the simple fact that we used to eat people so they deny the truth by saying we werent......


You got to read and comprehend. I said sure some of the samoan people used to eat people, but it was few and far in between. It was not widely accepted, and it was not widely popular, Samoa as a whole was not into cannibalism. It was introducted by the Fijians who were far more cannibalistic then the Samoans. That is why you don't have Samoan cannibalism on the National Geographic.




But it is on the national geographic........ Here's a link to watch the video recorded long time ago about the cannibal Isles Samoa & Fiji

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXAQkhno-3E


Thats not National Geograpic, and like I said, the Fijians were more of a cannibal Island and the narrator is so naive and biased, and very prejuidiced, I wish I could give him a piece of my mind, but mostly a piece of my fist. That film shows nothing , and explain nothing except that the Samoan islands was once a strong hold for cannibalism, which is full of cra.p. Any educated person would come away from that film with an empty feeling that the film never produced evidence that Samoa, as a whole was a cannibal island. It only mentioned Samoa and cannibalism once or twice, in two or three word sentences, no evidence, no explaination, just a few cannibals and the whole islands are branded CANNIBALS. So if you believe that, well, I have a bridge to sell you. One more thing, I believe there was never any cannibals in Manu'a. ITS THE STEREOTYPE WE SAMOANS RECIEVE, BECAUSE ONE IS A TROUBLE MAKER, EVERYBODY GETS BRANDED A TROUBLE MAKER. FIJI IS A CLASSIC EXAMPLE, IN EVERY FAMILY THERE ARE CANNIBALS, THEY ARE REAL CANNIBALS HANDS DOWN, BUT SAMOA, NO! I'M GOING TO TELL YOU THIS ONE LAST TIME. JUST BECAUSE A FEW ATE ROAST HUMAN LEG WITH EYE BALL GRAVY, AND KIDNEY SOUP WITH CHOPPED EARS, AND DRANK BLOODY FROM MARY, DON'T MEAN THAT THE WHOLE ISLAND WAS CANNIBALS. P.S. I'D LIKE TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT THAT BRIDGE.




LMAO why are you so shamed of it? Samoans were cannibals at one point and time it even states in Samoan History that we once were cannibals....... Man I swear people are so ashamed of it they try to hide the truth...... Just keep it real




Their are old Samoan saying's from when Samoans were cannibals such "kao lou ulu se umu", or "Kao oe se umu"........ Saying this is like one of the most disrespecful phrases you can say to another Samoan. Even today these phrases are still used

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

Anonymous wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

tamasamoamoni wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




You dont make no sense? You just said Samoans weren't Cannibals and yet your story clearly states that Samoans were......... I was taught Samoans used to be cannibals in the past no shame in that but to some Samoans they feel shame for the simple fact that we used to eat people so they deny the truth by saying we werent......


You got to read and comprehend. I said sure some of the samoan people used to eat people, but it was few and far in between. It was not widely accepted, and it was not widely popular, Samoa as a whole was not into cannibalism. It was introducted by the Fijians who were far more cannibalistic then the Samoans. That is why you don't have Samoan cannibalism on the National Geographic.




But it is on the national geographic........ Here's a link to watch the video recorded long time ago about the cannibal Isles Samoa & Fiji

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXAQkhno-3E


Thats not National Geograpic, and like I said, the Fijians were more of a cannibal Island and the narrator is so naive and biased, and very prejuidiced, I wish I could give him a piece of my mind, but mostly a piece of my fist. That film shows nothing , and explain nothing except that the Samoan islands was once a strong hold for cannibalism, which is full of cra.p. Any educated person would come away from that film with an empty feeling that the film never produced evidence that Samoa, as a whole was a cannibal island. It only mentioned Samoa and cannibalism once or twice, in two or three word sentences, no evidence, no explaination, just a few cannibals and the whole islands are branded CANNIBALS. So if you believe that, well, I have a bridge to sell you. One more thing, I believe there was never any cannibals in Manu'a. ITS THE STEREOTYPE WE SAMOANS RECIEVE, BECAUSE ONE IS A TROUBLE MAKER, EVERYBODY GETS BRANDED A TROUBLE MAKER. FIJI IS A CLASSIC EXAMPLE, IN EVERY FAMILY THERE ARE CANNIBALS, THEY ARE REAL CANNIBALS HANDS DOWN, BUT SAMOA, NO! I'M GOING TO TELL YOU THIS ONE LAST TIME. JUST BECAUSE A FEW ATE ROAST HUMAN LEG WITH EYE BALL GRAVY, AND KIDNEY SOUP WITH CHOPPED EARS, AND DRANK BLOODY FROM MARY, DON'T MEAN THAT THE WHOLE ISLAND WAS CANNIBALS. P.S. I'D LIKE TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT THAT BRIDGE.




LMAO why are you so shamed of it? Samoans were cannibals at one point and time it even states in Samoan History that we once were cannibals....... Man I swear people are so ashamed of it they try to hide the truth...... Just keep it real




Their are old Samoan saying's from when Samoans were cannibals such "kao lou ulu se umu", or "Kao oe se umu"........ Saying this is like one of the most disrespecful phrases you can say to another Samoan. Even today these phrases are still used


I am not ashamed of the Samoan people participating in cannibalism in the past, its just the labeling of the Samoan people as cannibals that iritates me. As a matter of fact, I embellish and welcome the fact that our ancestors were once cannibals, it solidifies the fact that we are a warrior nation,where courage, bravery, and daring feats, were glorifed, honored, and cherished. I am proud of our history and our heratage, that is why I use the name tamasamoamoni, because for me, its God, family, and country, and three important names we take with us where ever we go, THE NAME OF OUR GOD, THE NAME OF OUR FAMILY, AND THE NAME OF OUR COUNTRY, SOIFUA.

__________________
Sina

Date:

Continuing to stereotype ALL Samoans as "cannibalistic", when they collectively as a people did not practice this distasteful habit, is taking it to the proverbial context of "beating a dead horse." As much as you beat on or coerce the misguided notion,belief OR issue that ALL Samoans were cannibals ......it isnt going to go anywhere.
Why? It is because although it has been explained previously a hundred, a thousand times fold that ONLY a few individuals who have been generally recognized and known as "faiga", both cruel as well as cannibalistic one who has already made up his or her mind, regarding the subject matter will continue to push the issue.
Shame is not the issue here. There is nothing to be ashamed of or about, the fact that there were cannibalisitic individuals in our culture. But YOU continuing to push the issue and this mindset that ALL Samoans were cannibals, and then saying that we are ashamed to admit it, is a personal attack on our sense of dignity, and our integrity as Samoans....AND would like nothing more but try to REDUCE, DEFINE Us in a nutshell.....as mere cannibals and savages, devoid of refinery and culture.

YOU would like for us to admit to a biased laden, erroneous... and very subjective view which itself is devoid of Truth. I ask you.....What is it in the part of "No Samoans were not cannibals," that you find it too difficult to ruminate about?

__________________
Sina

Date:

Old Samoan sayings....seriously you must be kidding! This is the basis of your argument...this is what you support your "assumptions" with.... is a few utterances??
This is what you are resting your argument upon, that ALL Samoans were cannibalistic, blood thirsty savages? That they must have gone all about Samoa, placing traps....mailei to snare each other in order to indulge and satiate those cannibal desires for the flesh??? LOL!biggrin.gif

Come now, of course such utterances would probably launch you into thinking that way. However, you are operating on the guilty by association, by thinking that to say such a thing would automatically render one as a cannibal? Insulting...YES. Cannibalistic....NO....and not neccessarily so as you would like to believe.

To utter such words is a grave insult indeed and lends a fear factor, as well as a reminder of a social reality at a point and time in history, where one could be done away with, as the main course , at a moment's whim and notice of a cruel cannibal chief or king. ...that one could probably be seen as how should I put it... e pei ose meatuaolo. It is a figure of speech that does in no way or should in no way be misconstrued as relegating or the speaker as a flesh mongering savage, ready to pounce on you and bite your head off and gouge out your eyes...so to speak.

Perhaps if you understand the power or mana and belief system that these few cannibalistic chiefs and kings had internalized believing that they were gaining the life force and supernatural...spiritual force of that individual...and we are talking about foes or vanquished individuals and as opposed to those daily victims which I believe not only did they still retain some belief that they are taking in their mana,strength, beauty, sexual gratification (who knows???)(and of course in the process of engaging in consuming human flesh, they gained a propensity to "AQUIRE" a taste for it. Cannibalism is an AQUIRED taste...and introduced taste....you arent born a cannibal.

It is possible to see ALL Samoans as cannibals....if EVERYONE in that society...I mean EVERYONE has a taste for human flesh and is fed human flesh, even from birth is weaned with maybe breastmilk and a daily intake or dose of a ipu of blood, fed human flesh and so forth, and brought up this way.

THE END OF CANNIBALISM IN SAMOA is as misleading as it gets. Malietoafaiga for himself to be so reknown in our history as ruthless ...cannibal king, is as I believe at that point and time in history became the epitome of cruelty and savagery even to his own people who did not in anyway partake in this abhorrent practice. But he was the epitome of the power of fear that held sway over his people throughout the whole of Samoa.....that even his cruelty and cannibalism or news of such reached across the distance and such news was received with aversion from Manu'a and Tagaloa himself.

For Malietoafaiga to partake in this socially unacceptable act...held the whole of Samoa under the burdensome and oppressive yoke of cannibalism. Upon giving up cannibalism, it in turn was heralded as a dawn of a new age for the people of Samoa, because their cannibal king...who was merciless and heartless in taking the lives of so many innocents and the cause of grief for so many families, finally succumbed to his humane side and faced his own moment of truth and reality and pain of truth of what he had done to his own people.

The End of Cannibalism in Samoa is not about Samoans being cannibals,, it is about fear, savagery,cannibalism,facing realties,ultimate sacrifices...brought about by an individual....who in essence and at the reality of his core, his human side was really just....A MAN...but most importantly about love and forgiveness inspite of such atrocities.
Words are powerful in their own right. But they are also reminders and record or memory pins of events. Dont rest all you think you have heard or know about Samoans upon mere utterances.

So please dont assume too much or take things too superficially. There is more to the Samoan psyche than you are willing to acknowledge.





__________________
Anonymous

Date:

Sina wrote:

Old Samoan sayings....seriously you must be kidding! This is the basis of your argument...this is what you support your "assumptions" with.... is a few utterances??
This is what you are resting your argument upon, that ALL Samoans were cannibalistic, blood thirsty savages? That they must have gone all about Samoa, placing traps....mailei to snare each other in order to indulge and satiate those cannibal desires for the flesh??? LOL!biggrin.gif

Come now, of course such utterances would probably launch you into thinking that way. However, you are operating on the guilty by association, by thinking that to say such a thing would automatically render one as a cannibal? Insulting...YES. Cannibalistic....NO....and not neccessarily so as you would like to believe.

To utter such words is a grave insult indeed and lends a fear factor, as well as a reminder of a social reality at a point and time in history, where one could be done away with, as the main course , at a moment's whim and notice of a cruel cannibal chief or king. ...that one could probably be seen as how should I put it... e pei ose meatuaolo. It is a figure of speech that does in no way or should in no way be misconstrued as relegating or the speaker as a flesh mongering savage, ready to pounce on you and bite your head off and gouge out your eyes...so to speak.

Perhaps if you understand the power or mana and belief system that these few cannibalistic chiefs and kings had internalized believing that they were gaining the life force and supernatural...spiritual force of that individual...and we are talking about foes or vanquished individuals and as opposed to those daily victims which I believe not only did they still retain some belief that they are taking in their mana,strength, beauty, sexual gratification (who knows???)(and of course in the process of engaging in consuming human flesh, they gained a propensity to "AQUIRE" a taste for it. Cannibalism is an AQUIRED taste...and introduced taste....you arent born a cannibal.

It is possible to see ALL Samoans as cannibals....if EVERYONE in that society...I mean EVERYONE has a taste for human flesh and is fed human flesh, even from birth is weaned with maybe breastmilk and a daily intake or dose of a ipu of blood, fed human flesh and so forth, and brought up this way.

THE END OF CANNIBALISM IN SAMOA is as misleading as it gets. Malietoafaiga for himself to be so reknown in our history as ruthless ...cannibal king, is as I believe at that point and time in history became the epitome of cruelty and savagery even to his own people who did not in anyway partake in this abhorrent practice. But he was the epitome of the power of fear that held sway over his people throughout the whole of Samoa.....that even his cruelty and cannibalism or news of such reached across the distance and such news was received with aversion from Manu'a and Tagaloa himself.

For Malietoafaiga to partake in this socially unacceptable act...held the whole of Samoa under the burdensome and oppressive yoke of cannibalism. Upon giving up cannibalism, it in turn was heralded as a dawn of a new age for the people of Samoa, because their cannibal king...who was merciless and heartless in taking the lives of so many innocents and the cause of grief for so many families, finally succumbed to his humane side and faced his own moment of truth and reality and pain of truth of what he had done to his own people.

The End of Cannibalism in Samoa is not about Samoans being cannibals,, it is about fear, savagery,cannibalism,facing realties,ultimate sacrifices...brought about by an individual....who in essence and at the reality of his core, his human side was really just....A MAN...but most importantly about love and forgiveness inspite of such atrocities.
Words are powerful in their own right. But they are also reminders and record or memory pins of events. Dont rest all you think you have heard or know about Samoans upon mere utterances.

So please dont assume too much or take things too superficially. There is more to the Samoan psyche than you are willing to acknowledge.






IT'S WHAT YOU CALL "SU'ESU'E MALO" LOOKING FOR FAME WAS SUCH ACTION WHEN YOU ARE NOT, WHEN YOU BORN OR BEING CRETAED NOT... THAT IS THE TRUTH!

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

Yeah sure, LOKOLEAGA & MU LE FOAGA STARTS where cannibalism ended. I mean you only have to look at the village of Vaimoso and Mulitalo to see we are still FA'APAUPAU and acting like animals to one another. While we no longer eat each other, we are still treating each other like animals. So where's the Kerisiano, eh? Stinks!

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

The tongans practiced Cannibalism in Samoa when they were running the show as a form of control over the people.. This was how they initmidated the masses. malietoa adopted the practice perhaps to continue the control factor, but his son quickly put an end to that. For whatever reason, it didnt last long in Samoa.

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

Anonymous wrote:

The tongans practiced Cannibalism in Samoa when they were running the show as a form of control over the people.. This was how they initmidated the masses. malietoa adopted the practice perhaps to continue the control factor, but his son quickly put an end to that. For whatever reason, it didnt last long in Samoa.




Were you there?? biggrin.gif

__________________
Tui

Date:

Yes Fijians were cannibals, some funny stories of eating one missionary then leaving the head on a stake outside the missionaries tents to show them what happened to thier mate.
My dad says Human tastes like Pork, so its quite tasty, especially the fat young children, like suckling Pig.

New guineans are also cannibals and apparently this is still practised on the quiet.

If you look up at the development of "Mad Cow Disease" you will find that it was caused from New Guinean Cannibalism, from memory, It was something about a compound found in the brain that cannot be broken down.

Google it, Google is my bitch, make Google Your Bitch too, Google has all the answers for all the days

__________________
kAfioLae

Date:

LOOOL Tui.

Well that confirms it. I remembered a large woman in a store who walked up to the counter and started throwing her temper tantrum on everyone all because the store manager refused to return an item she purchased from the store the previous year. This was during the 'mad cow disease' craze. Anyway another annoyed customer jumped in and upfront told the lady 'woman, lay off the burgers, your mad cow disease is showing'. lol. We all busted out laughing including the cashiers but the store manager kept a straight face. Damn the woman b*tched back at the annoyed customer and stormed out. I've never associated the disease with a human until then.

I've lost all faith in AOL, Excite, MSN and Yahoo. Google is my third-eye.


__________________
Kama a le loomakua

Date:

What u talkin bout Willis. Samoans still eat people. We now just choose to enjoy only the good partsbiggrin.gif


Bad kama....bad bad kamano.gif

__________________
kAfioLae

Date:

LMAOO. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

Auoi. That settles it. Hey Mikey he likes it. lmaoo.

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

tamasamoamoni wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




You dont make no sense? You just said Samoans weren't Cannibals and yet your story clearly states that Samoans were......... I was taught Samoans used to be cannibals in the past no shame in that but to some Samoans they feel shame for the simple fact that we used to eat people so they deny the truth by saying we werent......


You got to read and comprehend. I said sure some of the samoan people used to eat people, but it was few and far in between. It was not widely accepted, and it was not widely popular, Samoa as a whole was not into cannibalism. It was introducted by the Fijians who were far more cannibalistic then the Samoans. That is why you don't have Samoan cannibalism on the National Geographic.




But it is on the national geographic........ Here's a link to watch the video recorded long time ago about the cannibal Isles Samoa & Fiji

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXAQkhno-3E


Thats not National Geograpic, and like I said, the Fijians were more of a cannibal Island and the narrator is so naive and biased, and very prejuidiced, I wish I could give him a piece of my mind, but mostly a piece of my fist. That film shows nothing , and explain nothing except that the Samoan islands was once a strong hold for cannibalism, which is full of cra.p. Any educated person would come away from that film with an empty feeling that the film never produced evidence that Samoa, as a whole was a cannibal island. It only mentioned Samoa and cannibalism once or twice, in two or three word sentences, no evidence, no explaination, just a few cannibals and the whole islands are branded CANNIBALS. So if you believe that, well, I have a bridge to sell you. One more thing, I believe there was never any cannibals in Manu'a. ITS THE STEREOTYPE WE SAMOANS RECIEVE, BECAUSE ONE IS A TROUBLE MAKER, EVERYBODY GETS BRANDED A TROUBLE MAKER. FIJI IS A CLASSIC EXAMPLE, IN EVERY FAMILY THERE ARE CANNIBALS, THEY ARE REAL CANNIBALS HANDS DOWN, BUT SAMOA, NO! I'M GOING TO TELL YOU THIS ONE LAST TIME. JUST BECAUSE A FEW ATE ROAST HUMAN LEG WITH EYE BALL GRAVY, AND KIDNEY SOUP WITH CHOPPED EARS, AND DRANK BLOODY FROM MARY, DON'T MEAN THAT THE WHOLE ISLAND WAS CANNIBALS. P.S. I'D LIKE TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT THAT BRIDGE.


GROSS......Sole Tama, ka scary kele le image lea create e oe, some imagination you got. WEIRDO..LOL

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

Anonymous wrote:

tamasamoamoni wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

TAMASAMOAMONI wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Long ago Samoans were cannibals, people were sacrificed and eaten by the Samoan people and by Malietoa daily. One day two brothers from Savai'i were on their way to the High Chief, as the younger one was to be eaten by Malietoa. As they traveled in their canoe the younger brother said, "Alas my heart fails me. The redness of the dawn reminds me of my blood that is to be shed today." His older brother scolded him saying, "Shh...quiet now, sound travels far in the night someone might hear you." Just as he said that a voice called out from the shore, "Eh, who's making all that noise?" The boys paddled closer to shore and revealed themselves. The boy standing on shore said, "Friends where have you come from and why are you here?" The older brother answered, "We are from Savai'i, we are on our way to Malietoa for my brother is to be part of Malietoa's dinner tonight. The boy on the shore said, " Poor souls, I am Poluleuligana, Malietoa's son. Cut down that coconut leaf. Wrap me in it and carry me to my father."

They did as they were told and carried Polu to his father. When his father was ready to eat they opened the bundle and there was Polu staring him right in the face. Immediately Malietoa was filled with grief and ended cannibalism all over the islands.




Samoans were not Cannibals. It is believed that the Fijians introducted cannibalism to the Samoans, and that there were only a very few that induldged in this inhuman act. It was rejected by the majority of the samoan people, and even villified as a shameful act of disgrace. That is why Malietoa Uilamatutu, or Malietoa Faiga asked his son Pouliuligaga, "what are you doing?", and Pouliuligaga explained, my father don't you see that the families of our beloved islands weep and cry and are full of sorrow for their loved ones that you have dined on? What if it was me? And that is when Malietoa Faiga ended his cannibalism, and Pouliuligaga was called, OLE TAMA NA IFO AI LE ASO A LE MALIETOA. but not all of samoa gave up cannibalism and there were still a few that participated in this act of indecency. Example, Tuifeai (tutuila), the Aasu people in Tutuila that eat some of the French sailors, Tamafaiga of Manono, Nofoasaefa, Malietoa Vaiinupo, who used to drink the blood of great warriors in the night, believing he would attain their strenth and bravery, also why many toa's of great warriors used to eat the hearts of another great warrior. NOTE: The two brothers were Paiatea and Paialala of the Village Salailua. When they saw the sun rise, they knew they were not going to see many more beutiful sunrises, thus the saying " MANAIA LE ATAATA A FASIA". Then they came to the pond at MALUA, and took a shower there and one brother said to the other, "UA TA TOFU, AE UA TA OLA", MAUA AI LE IGOA OLE VAI I MALUA, O TOFUOLA. Pouiluligaga, who was fishing like you said, and was hiding, came out and said, I know who you are and I know where you two are going, but come, break off the branch of that low coconut tree, and weeve me in it, and they named the tolotolo(bay) FATITU. ONA TU AI O TAMA MA FATI LE LAUNUI ILE NIU MAUALALO, FAAIGOA AI LEA OLE TOLOTOLO LEA ILE VA O MALUA MA SOLOSOLO, O FATITU. AFAI E IAI SE MEA UA SESE I LA'U TALA LEA, LEAGA O LEA O LE O SU'EA A'U TUSI, A O MEA SA FAAMAUINA I LO'U MAFAUFAU. UA OU AUGATA E SU'ESU'E IA A'U TUSI. FAAFETAI FAAFOGAFOGA MAI SOIFUA.




You dont make no sense? You just said Samoans weren't Cannibals and yet your story clearly states that Samoans were......... I was taught Samoans used to be cannibals in the past no shame in that but to some Samoans they feel shame for the simple fact that we used to eat people so they deny the truth by saying we werent......


You got to read and comprehend. I said sure some of the samoan people used to eat people, but it was few and far in between. It was not widely accepted, and it was not widely popular, Samoa as a whole was not into cannibalism. It was introducted by the Fijians who were far more cannibalistic then the Samoans. That is why you don't have Samoan cannibalism on the National Geographic.




But it is on the national geographic........ Here's a link to watch the video recorded long time ago about the cannibal Isles Samoa & Fiji

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXAQkhno-3E


Thats not National Geograpic, and like I said, the Fijians were more of a cannibal Island and the narrator is so naive and biased, and very prejuidiced, I wish I could give him a piece of my mind, but mostly a piece of my fist. That film shows nothing , and explain nothing except that the Samoan islands was once a strong hold for cannibalism, which is full of cra.p. Any educated person would come away from that film with an empty feeling that the film never produced evidence that Samoa, as a whole was a cannibal island. It only mentioned Samoa and cannibalism once or twice, in two or three word sentences, no evidence, no explaination, just a few cannibals and the whole islands are branded CANNIBALS. So if you believe that, well, I have a bridge to sell you. One more thing, I believe there was never any cannibals in Manu'a. ITS THE STEREOTYPE WE SAMOANS RECIEVE, BECAUSE ONE IS A TROUBLE MAKER, EVERYBODY GETS BRANDED A TROUBLE MAKER. FIJI IS A CLASSIC EXAMPLE, IN EVERY FAMILY THERE ARE CANNIBALS, THEY ARE REAL CANNIBALS HANDS DOWN, BUT SAMOA, NO! I'M GOING TO TELL YOU THIS ONE LAST TIME. JUST BECAUSE A FEW ATE ROAST HUMAN LEG WITH EYE BALL GRAVY, AND KIDNEY SOUP WITH CHOPPED EARS, AND DRANK BLOODY FROM MARY, DON'T MEAN THAT THE WHOLE ISLAND WAS CANNIBALS. P.S. I'D LIKE TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT THAT BRIDGE.


GROSS......Sole Tama, ka scary kele le image lea create e oe, some imagination you got. WEIRDO..LOL


CRROSS, CROSS, CROSS...YUCK

__________________
Anonymous

Date:

They say you are what you eat, i must be a woman

__________________


Veteran Member

Status: Offline
Posts: 49
Date:

I don't see anything wrong with eating people if it was part of the religion of the day. Consequently I feel no shame or embarassment at what the ancestors did.

European crusaders who invaded the holy lands and slaughtered heaps of people in the process often survived by cannibalism.

here, an old acquaintance has recently done a series of photos celebrating the practise :)

http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/arts/5876344/Art-rewards-are-there



__________________


Senior Member

Status: Offline
Posts: 145
Date:

The Melanesians were cannibals from New Guinea to Fiji. Almost every island practiced cannibalism. Archeological digs have never confirmed cannibalism in the Polynesian Islands. The only knowledge that historians have of it is the few stories of Samoans giving up cannibalism in the past AND the story of the French sailors whose hearts were said to have been cut out of their bodies and supposedly eaten. (That is still open to conjecture as it may have been exaggeration of the highest order by people with an agenda. Let it suffice that there is no physical evidence of cannibalism in Samoa. That is all we need to know.

__________________
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_athr_dp_sr_1?_encoding=UTF8&search-alias=books&field-author=JOE%20NEUBARTH
Page 1 of 1  sorted by
 
Quick Reply

Please log in to post quick replies.

Tweet this page Post to Digg Post to Del.icio.us


Create your own FREE Forum
Report Abuse
Powered by ActiveBoard