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Learn, Share, Subscribe The Oceanian series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRT-Yslq4Rpl_1bByPrZqYyM The American Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRR8eYVQa9r_t3h4Tc2bmhsu The Asian series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRRGIkTyr4u371Fx6e88Qx2N The European Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Social Media: https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Tonga. More information about the video content bellow: 1. Tonga became known in the West as the Friendly Islands because of the congenial reception accorded to Captain James Cook on his first visit i...
See the history of Tonga from their empire up to the present day.
Sign up to our online magazine for even more mysteries: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory You Can Also Follow Us On Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/MysteryHistoryBook https://twitter.com/Mysterytweetery Scattered over 700,000 square kilometres of glistening, southern Pacific Ocean, 176 small tropical islands which make up what is known as Tonga. And one it seems was chosen, for the location of a rather amazing ancient structure. One of the most mysterious megalithic monuments in the world, an ancient “trilithon,” known as the “megalithic gate of Ha’amonga.” The mainstream academic explanation for the site is as follows: “Ha’amonga, is a megalithic trilithon that was built in 1200 AD, built by a king of the time, as the entrance to his royal compound, “Heketa.” As with man...
Chasing an endless summer: Join us as we embark on an adventure of a lifetime chasing the sun to our new home in the Kingdom of Tonga. In this episode we show you our new island home and backyard dive site. We go out spearfishing and cook one of our favourite dishes. If you enjoyed this episode then please help our channel grow, tell us what YOU want to see! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and give us the THUMBS UP! Thanks for watching! For bonus content and giveaways please support us at patreon: https://www.patreon.com/uap We absolutely love sharing our adventures with you and want to take the time to thank you so much for your support, each new subscriber motivates us to produce more and more content. A special thanks to all our Patrons that help fund our productions! It is because of y...
In the early 1800's the first king of a united Tonga, King Siaosi Tupou I, celebrated the "giving of Tonga to God" in the northern Tongan islands of Vava'u at a place forever known as Pouono. This film chronicles the event and its significance as described by several renowned scholars of ancient Tongan and Polynesian history. It is a story of great devotion and faith in the face of European colonisation in the Pacific. Presented by Dr Eric B. Shumway and produced by myself with Dr. Vernice Wineera, this program will open your eyes to the unique culture and customs of Tonga as they relate to this pivotal event of almost 200 years ago.
The legend of Kava Tonga has come to life. In a harrowing story of love, loyalty and sacrifice, this short film gives you an insight into the importance of Kava to the Tongan culture. Shot in Tonga in with all local actors The Legend of Kava Tonga was made as part of a project Digital Fananga by Malosi pictures 2015. http://www.malosipictures.com/ Malosi Pictures Limited
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Do you know the Queen of Tonga? Although she died in 1965, British Pathé has lots of footage of Queen Salote. And during the Fifties, for a very brief moment, she was a celebrity. What do you know about her? Let us know in the comments! The Great War Playlist: http://bit.ly/thegreatwarPL Funerals: http://bit.ly/FuneralsPL - CREDITS - presented by: Indiana Neidell written by: Indiana Neidell camera and sound: Sound and Vision Studios, Sweden editor: Michael Paul A Mediakraft Networks GmbH production, 2014. ___ SOURCES Pictures: - Flickr, by Hajotthu: http://bit.ly/1qzotYk - Flickr, by Auckland Photo News Rodger McCutcheon: http://bit.ly/1pMPQMS Used videos: - Royal Opera Night (1953): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZXw-0j0TEI - Selected Originals - The Coronation Of Her Majesty Quee...
From the http://www.VideoSource.com Global Village Travel Guide and DVD, "Islands of the South Pacific". Stock footage available from http://videosource.com/search.html Transcript: Around 1000 B.C., when the Fijian islands could no longer support their growing populations the people looked eastward to what is today the Kingdom of Tonga. The limestone islands they found weren't as diverse, nor as fertile as the volcanic ones they'd left, so they brought with them the domesticated animals and the food plants they would need. The Kingdom of Tonga is comprised of a number of island groups. The two most important are the Tongatapu group in the south and the Vava'u group in the north. Between them lies the Ha'apai group. There are 170 islands in all, of wh...
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NUKU’ALOFA, Tonga — A shirtless Olympian adorned in traditional tribal dress wasn’t the only thing from Tonga grabbing headlines this month. The Nevada National Guard and Kingdom of Tonga completed their largest State Partnership Program (SPP) exchange here Friday in the partnership’s two-year history with soldiers and airmen simultaneously working three separate exchanges alongside several Tongan military and civilian agencies.
Winger Siale Piutua explains Tongan cultural challenge / war dance; the Sipi Tau. Rugby World Cup 2015 England has seen some outstanding cultural challenges, from New Zealand's haka to Tonga's Sipi Tau. Follow World Rugby on social media: Official Website! http://www.rugbyworldcup.com, SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel For More Great Videos https://youtube.com/user/irb, Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/rugbyworldcup, Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rugbyworldcup and https://www.facebook.com/worldrugby, Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/worldrugby,
Subscribe here: http://www.youtube.com/MegalithomaniaUK. Watch Part 1 here: https://youtu.be/S270wImC5yY. Megalithomaniac Hugh Newman investigates the massive, megalithic pyramid platforms called 'Langi' on Tonga in the South Pacific. They are located near the famous Haʻamonga ʻa Maui Trilithon. There are about twenty eight 'Langi' that are of megalithic construction, some with strange notches like those found at Stonehenge and in Peru. The ancient capital city and port was called Mu'a, that some researchers say may be connected with the lost continent of 'Mu' or Lemuria. CLICK HERE http://www.megalithomania.co.uk/tours.html, to join Megalithomania in 2016 on tours to Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, plus Peru and Bolivia, India, Egypt and Baalbek with authors Andrew Collins, Brien Foerster, Hugh...
From the http://www.VideoSource.com Global Village Travel Guide DVD's http://www.LivingLandscapesHD.com South Pacific Stock footage: http://www.videosource.com Transcript: Volcanic action and the shifting of the earth's crust thrust these islands up from the depths. Wind and water combined to create soil that would sustain vegetation. Over millennia, plants found their way from Asia, Indonesia and Australia. The islands grew green and soon played host to abundant animal life. Species by species, the varieties of plant and animal life increased and the web of life became more complex. The next great wave of migration would be human. About five thousand years ago population pressures drove these future Polynesians from their Asian homes. First they moved through the Fij...
The secrets that we keep
We say them in our sleep
and wrestle down our souls if we would speak
I watched you board a train in the London rain
and waved bye-bye as you slipped out of view
We'll make it out together
In your dreams when the smile now comes,
you're mumbling words with a lazy tongue.
We lie together when we say its love,
who were you just thinking of, Diane?
Diane, I don't say it, but I know you know
The theme returns so deep
and visits us in sleep
to define the you and I as we
So we pass the time and occupy our minds
and close our eyes and hope that we'll be fine
We'll make it out together
And I may leave in time you'll see