Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Huna Truth: preserving the authentic Kahuna traditions!

An Ancient Hawaiian saying ...

"A ohe pau ko ike i kou halau"


... meaning "Think not that all wisdom is in your school."


The House of Teave

Long ago ... our brother King Kalakaua summoned all of the most accomplished Kahuna Class from throughout the islands to the palace.

High Temple Priests skilled in the arts of divination, philosophers, historians, doctors of spiritual medicine, etc.

The secret knowledge passed down orally in the priesthood through the generations was finally recorded in writing and locked away in the King's palace.

Then ...

On January 17, 1893 ... the day Kalakaua's sister, Queen Liliokalani was dethroned ... drug dealers and smugglers broke in to the palace and burned the former King's filing room.

All the documents were reduced to ashes.

Officially ... "no one knows" how the fire got started ... and it did NOT affect ANY other section of the palace.

Only Nana Mary Julia Glennie Bush survived to preserve the "secret treasure" of the Hamatua strong-hold.

So ...

I give thanks to our Nana Mary for preserving this, our sacred treasure ...

I give thanks to Max Freedom Long for working diligently to unlock the "secret code" our Ancient Kahuna delivered to "the white man" for the purpose of preserving these "gems of poetical beauty" so that their esoteric significance could one day be revealed ...

I give thanks to Ta Ruahine ... for drawing our code in the rough sands by the sea, where the tides ebb and flow ...

I give thanks to Leinani Melville ... who alone preserved the Lost Secrets of the Kahuna he received from Nana Mary and Ta Ruahine ... for unveiling a part of "the mask" in his public writings ...

... and I thank him for delivering the only existing copy of the "Lost and Hidden Secrets of the Esoteric Code of the Kahuna" to his trusted "True Legacy of the Kahuna" ...

I give thanks to Dad for giving me a copy of that secret manuscript.


"Thank you!"


The Kahuna Motto:
  • "Conceal in Secrecy."
  • "Preserve in Silence."
  • "Disguise our Inner Teachings with a False Outer Mask."
  • "Those who are "born into our house" are entitled to know the secrets of our house."
  • "Those who do NOT belong are not entitled to know what we know."


And ...

... as it says "above the door" to "our house" ...

"Ahuwale Ka Nane Huna!" ...
"Let that which is unknown become known."


Because ... Many "new" exciting things will become known over the next 18 months.

And when the student is ready ...

... the teacher will appear before you.

--Vince

© 2006 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

1 comment:

Debora said...

That is beautiful, Vince. Thank you for what you said.
Debbie