HISTORY OF TE-MOANA-NUI-A-KIWA EMBASSY

Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy was created by Monica Eastick as a protectorate for the people of the Pacific and Monica designed Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy based upon her own Native & Indigenous Ancestral Lineage that spans from Te-Ika-A-Maui to Hawaiiki and all over the Pacific. 

 

The Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy Mermaid Logo was hand drawn by Monica Eastick and features the famous mermaid called "Hine Korako" who lived in Te Riegna Waterfall above Wairoa River (East Coast of North Island N.Z) and was the famous mermaid who swam from Wairoa River to Hawaiiki to guide the Takitimu Waka to Te-Ika-A-Maui (North Island N.Z) in the 1300s.   

Hine Korako's mokopuna (grandchildren) belong to Hine Hika Hapu & Hika translates to Tail.  Hine Hika people are a race of Taniwha whom are Indigenous to Te-Ika-A-Maui (North Islland) or  (Sacred Fish of Maui the God) 

 

Hine Hika people recall the tale of Takitimu Waka

The Takitimu Waka was also known as "Te Tapu Waka TakiTimu" and translates to "The Sacred Waka of Gods". 

 

The captain of the Takitimu Waka was called "Tamatea Arikinui" and was also an Ancestor of Monica Eastick .

 

Tamatea Arikinui was a High Royal Chief of Hawaiiki and High Priest of Ancient Wisdom.  

 

"Hine Korako" the famous Mermaid is  Monica Eastick's Matriarch Ancestor from her Hikawai family. Hikawai translates to the "Tail of the Mermaid" or "Tail of the Water" or "Tale of the Sea" & "Tail of the Sea"  according to the ansectral stories that were handed down through the generations in Monica Eastick's family, Tamatea Arikinui sang a chant in Hawaiiki and the Mermaid Hine Korako heard Tamatea Arikinui's song and responded by swimming down the Wairoa river to Hawaiiki. 

 

It was told that  Tamatea Arikinui placed the spirit of the Mermaid Hine Korako into the front of the "Takitimu Waka" or "Sacred Waka of Gods" which was a double hulled waka (canoe). 

 

In many Maritime Traditions the Boats and Ships often sported a Mermaid at the front of the Ship, as the Mermaids were the SEA PASS that aided safe passage across the oceans and seas.  The Mermaid at the front of a ship is called a Moniker and across many cultures and civilations it was considered lucky to place a Mermaid at the front of the ship and also considered lucky to give a ship a female name.   

 

The name of a ship is also called a Moniker.  Monica was named after the TakiTimu waka "Timu" and feels proud that her ancestors Hine Korako and Tamatea Arikinui were the "Leader Ship of the Sacred Waka of Gods"  TakiTimu Waka and also feels proud that she has carried on her family tradition of "Leadership" by creating the Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy and conducting the Largest Diplomatic Mission in Modern History.

 

United nations declaration on the rights of Indigenous peoples

Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy -Diplomatic Immunity SEA PASS Identity Cards© are protected by the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples because the co-creators of the cards is an Indigenous woman named Monica Eastick 

Monica comes from Hine Hika Hapu in Te Reigna Waterfall and is the mokopuna (grandchild) of the Taniwha goddess Hine Korako

Monicas family members of Hine Hika Hapu are the Tuakana Te Reigna Waterfall and they are from the Hikawai family - Hikawai translates to Tail of the Mermaid or Tail of the Sea or Tail of the Water

To read the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples please go the United Nations Official Website link below

UNDRIP_E_web.pdf

CO-OWNER OF THE TE-MOANA-NUI-A-KIWA SEA PASS CARDS

Monica Eastick would like to thank Peter James Martin for assisting in the many projects that Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy conducted and Monica Eastick gives her personal blessing to the Common Law Embassy. Monica created the Common Law Embassy & website and promotional videos exclusively for Peter James Martin as an expression of manaakitanga (genuine care) and friendship. 

 

Peter James Martin of PETR JAMES MARTIN INTERNATIONAL TM© is super helpful and can assist people with more complicated issues & you can visit Peter at www.commonlaw-embassy.com

 

Monica & Peter have donated many years of volenteer work to the people of the Pacific and have conducted many projects together.

 

Today Monica Eastick and Peter James Martin remain work collegues & even though Common Law Embassy is a seperate entity to Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy, the  Common Law Embassy© is a freind of Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy© and share a common product the "Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Diplomatic Immunity SEA PASS Identity Card"

To participate in the Native and Indigenous Study that Monica Eastick is conducting or to learn more about Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa  please go to: www.te-moana-nui-a-kiwa.com©   www.pacific-embassy.com©   www.polynesian-embassy.com©   www.maorirangersecuritydivision.com©

Contact details for:

 

Monica Eastick 

Ngai Te Hine Hika Hapu O Te Reinga Ki Wairoa   -  Mokopuna O  Hine Korako

Ngai Te Rangi Koi Anake Hapu O Kahu Ra Anake Ki Te Hauke  - Mokopuna O Te Hapuku 

Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Ambassador

Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy 

Phone: 021-26-32032

Email:  monica@maorirangersecuritydivision.com