- In this session the consultant gives some additional information about the legend of 'Ono (see link). The conversation leads to a general discussion about several Marquesan dances (ori pahaka, ori manu) and about feasts and dances in general, and about signs in nature (tapa'o) and their interpretation.
- This is one of the stories of the big warrior Puti'o of Hiva 'Oa. It describes his end at Puama'u when his head was smashed into many pieces. There is a stone with which Marquesans used to make fire was said to be - according to that legend - the skull of Puti'o. This stone/crystall is only found on two terrains in Puama'u.
- In this session we see a radio emission at Atuona (Hiva 'Oa) on October 15, 2004 in which the current political situation in French Polynesia was discussed. In the radio emission we hear different opinions from all political camps. The emission and the march a day after (October 16) was a peaceful protest against the doings of France in handling the fall of the formerly elected independenist party led by Oscar Temaru by a vote of confidence initiated by the former president Gaston Flosse. The march and emission was also a call for the dissolution of the French Polynesian government for new general elections.