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Ancient Chamori Royal Wedding
"The Final Blessing Ritual"
The Maga'saina tells the royal couple to bow. He places his hands on their heads as he chants the final blessing.
The ancient people of Guahan or
Taotaomo'nas believed in the sacred and heavenly union between a woman and a man. They
called the Ancient Chamori Royal Wedding Ceremony "Hacha'gua", which means to be
ONE or to become ONE.
As one of the only surviving matriarchal societies in the world, the Taotao Tano' of Guahan capture the true meaning and symbolism of ancient class royalty and womanhood in the perpetuation of their unique wedding system..."Hacha'gua"
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