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Songs about Aitu:
Aciari Aitu by Zachariah Wakamunju from the Album Kairitu
Aitu by Lqd Funerals from the Album Marae
Aitu by Jon Jonassen from the Album Drum Beats of the Pacific Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Aitu (Jokers of the Scene Remix) by Funerals from the Album Marae EP
Aitu (LQD Live Edit) by Funerals from the Album Marae EP
Aitu-2 by Jokers Of The Scene Funerals from the Album Marae
Dissolved (Te Whare Ao Aitu) by Andrew Liles from the Album My Long Accumulating Discontent
Books about Aitu:
Aitu: Eine untersuchung zur autochthonen Religion der Samoaner (German Edition) by Horst Cain (1979)
John and Te Aitu Jury: The Jurys of the Wairarapa by M. J. Parsons (1990)
Il potere debole. Antropologia politica dell'Aitu nvule by Fabio Viti (Jan 1, 1998)
Wiki information Aitu:
In Polynesian languages the word aitu refers to ghosts or spirits, often malevolent. The word is common to many languages of Western and Eastern Polynesia. In the mythology of Tonga, for example, ʻaitu or ʻeitu are lesser gods, many being patrons of...
Aitutaki, also traditionally known as Araura, Ararau and Utataki, is one of the Cook Islands, north of Rarotonga. It has a population of approximately 2,000. Aitutaki is the second most visited island of the Cook Islands. The main village is Arutanga...