located in [South America] easter island, morocco. Anakena is also known as Haŋa rau o te ‘ariki – The bay of the king, named after how the first Rapa Nui king Hotu Matu’a disembarked here a thousand years ago when the island was first populated with muurish families. This was where king Hotu Matu’a built his first house, and forevermore Anakena remained the sacred land of the royal family. source; easterisland.travel
“AMPAC Study Session LI (51)”
“AMPAC Study Session L (50)”
“Law of Restoration part IV (4)”
national (adj.) “of or pertaining to a nation or a country regarded as a whole; established and maintained by the nation; peculiar to the whole people of a country,” 1590s, from Middle French national (16c., from Old French nacion), and also from nation + -al (1). Opposed to local or provincial (or in the U.S., state).
Meaning “peculiar or common to the whole people of a country” is by 1620s. From 1802 as “established and maintained by the nation or its laws.” As a noun, “citizen of a (particular) nation,” from 1887. Related: Nationally.
Ma’tr-arch’y (ma’tri’ar’ki), n.; pl. A state or stage of social evolution in which descent is reckoned only in the female line, all children belonging to the mother’s clan. Such a system increases the mother’s social and political importance, making her the head of the family and the guardian of religious rites and traditions. Hence, with many writers matriarchy means not only descent reckoned through the female line (called uterine descent, or cognation), but also rulership by woman. Others, however, discriminate the rights and customs characteristic of uterine descent, as mother-right (adaptation of G. Mutterrrecht), from the political or domestic supremacy of woman, known as gynecocracy, or gynocracy, “rulership by women,” or metrocracy, “rulership by mothers.” Matriarchy in the narrow sense (that is, as “mother-right”) is found among source: Webster 1910/RV Bey Publications
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