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  Hainuwele -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hainuwele had a remarkable, though rather unpleasant talent: when she "answered the call of nature", she excreted valuable items.
Hainuwele attended a dance in the village, at which it was traditional for girls to distribute (A small (usually square or hexagonal) metal block with internal screw thread to be fitted onto a bolt) nuts to the men.
Hainuwele did so, but when the men asked her, she gave them the valuable things which she could excrete.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/H/Ha/Hainuwele.htm   (341 words)

  
 Print Version   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hainuwele is not like other girls -- as is obvious from her curious origin.
Hainuwele is murdered after she produces a enormous assortment of commercial goods.
Scholars like Adolf Jensen have suggested that the story of Hainuwele is an attempt to identify the origins of death, sexuality and cultivated crops.
www.nwaonline.net /articles/2005/06/18/living/religion_1010/98tammy.prt   (565 words)

  
 Toward Understanding Headhunter and Cannibal religion
The buried pieces of Hainuwele's corpse, however, were transformed into things which hitherto had not yet existed on earth--that is, mostly into tubers which humans have used as their chief food, ever since then.
As far as the sacrificial Hainuwele theme itself is concerned, the tale would have been better titled "Ameta and Hainuwele." The principal dema in the story, Ameta, comes unto the scene as one who has gone out to hunt a boar, and this hunting effort brought forth the first coconut seed.
Indeed, increasingly it appears as though the cutting up and planting of Hainuwele's flesh is a pure and simple maladaptation on the part of male hunters for whom the boundary of the realm of hunting got blurred.
www.triplehood.com /hainuw.htm   (7730 words)

  
 Hainuwele - Freepedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hainuwele, 'The Coconut Girl', is a figure from the folklore of the island of Seram in the Maluku Islands.
Each day she gave them something bigger and more valuable: golden earrings, coral, porcelain dishes, knives, copper boxes, and glorious gongs.
The myth of Hainuwele was introduced to a reading audience by A.E. Jensen, after the Frobenius Institute's 1937–8 expedition to the Maluku Islands.
en.freepedia.org /Hainuwele.html   (386 words)

  
 LISAH KALAPA VCO
Pada suatu hari, Hainuwele hadir di sebuah pesta tari rakyat di desa tersebut yang secara tradisional menjadi ajang seorang gadis untuk memberikan biji kacang kepada para pemuda.
Hainuwele mengikuti acara tersebut, akan tetapi ketika diminta oleh para pemuda, yang diberikan adalah barang barang berharga tadi.
Setiap hari Hainuwele membagikan barang barang tersebut, yang semakin hari semakin mahal dan semakin banyak, ada giwang emas, batu koral beraneka warna, piring porselin yang indah, pisau, kotak kotak tembaga, dan bahkan sebuah gong yang megah.
lisahkalapa.blogspot.com /2005/09/hainuwele-sang-putri-kelapa-sebuah.html   (688 words)

  
 Healing Improvisations | Books & Writings | Creation Myths
Hainuwele smiled mysteriously, but would not reveal to her father from where these treasures had come.
It was as the dancers were sweeping outwards that Hainuwele, emerging from the shadows of the forest, entered the women's line and danced.
It was Satene, the spirit-sister of Hainuwele, being born.
healingimprovisations.net /books/creation.htm   (19564 words)

  
 HAINUWELE AND THE 'CREATIVE MURDER' (CERAM, NEW GUINEA)
Especially famous is the myth of the girl Hainuwele, recorded by A.E Jensen in Ceram, one of the islands of the New Guinea Archipelago.
During the great Maro festival Hainuwele stood in the middle of the dancing place and for nine nights distributed gifts to the dancers.
From Hainuwele's arms she made a door, and summoned the dancers.
alexm.here.ru /mirrors/www.enteract.com/jwalz/Eliade/015.html   (554 words)

  
 dema deity --¬† Britannica Concise Encyclopedia¬†- The online encyclopedia you can trust!
The most widely quoted example of the dema deity complex is the version of the Ceramese myth of Hainuwele, by the Danish anthropologist Adolf E. Jensen.
According to this myth, a dema man named Amenta found a coconut speared on a boar's tusk and in a dream was instructed to plant it.
During a major religious festival Hainuwele stood in the midst of the dance grounds and excreted valuable objects.
www.britannica.com /ebc/article-9029870   (1070 words)

  
 What are Coconuts used for?
Dried half coconut shells are used to buff floors.
Hainuwele tells the story of the introduction of coconuts to
Remove the outer husk and pierce one of the eyes of the fruit.
www.edinformatics.com /culinaryarts/food_encyclopedia/coconuts.htm   (909 words)

  
 bloodL.html
In the Prose Edda (Icelandic) we read that the cosmos is made up of the primordial giant Ymir and in the Rig Veda X. 90 (Hindu) the cosmos is the result of the sacrifice of man.
A.E.Jensen reports a myth from Ceram which tells of the dismemberment of a young maiden, Hainuwele, who had grown from a coconut plant.
Hainuwele's power is shown in her magical ability to produce valuable goods.
www.bsu.edu /classes/magrath/205de/bloody/bloodL.html   (1154 words)

  
 Hainuwele - TheBestLinks.com - Gold, Indonesia, Coral, Coconut, ...
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Hainuwele attended a dance in the village, at which it was traditional for girls to distribute nuts to the men.
www.thebestlinks.com /Hainuwele.html   (341 words)

  
 Muse Reviews Tell us about your favorite Pagan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Torn asunder and buried deep, her body is said, to this day, to grow their food.
There is a world of difference in the details, yet Hainuwele and Christ each offer a story of nourishment, physical or spiritual, after sacrifice.
In a sense, they are both versions of the scapegoat myth, which gets its name from the ancient Jewish tradition of transferring all the sins of the people onto a animal, cast out into the desert to carry old evil away.
www.paganinstitute.org /Archive/0402/e-muse_REVIEWS.html   (1055 words)

  
 The Fire is in the Mind
Like plumber's work, Campbell's ideas have in many instances sprung leaks.
He was wrong about Hainuwele mythology because he included some of Adolf Jensen's commentary in the myth as if it were part of the people's story.
This calls into question his fundamental views of planting mythology in the Pacific Area.
web.syr.edu /~dlmiller/FireMind.htm   (4273 words)

  
 SAZUMA TRADING - Import DVD, Horror, Hong Kong, Japan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
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Hainuwele - Shuukaku no Yoru Episode 1 (Ltd. Edition)
Hainuwele - Shuukaku no Yoru Episode 1 (Regular Ed Your Price:
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