Matthew 6:9 – Our Father which art in heaven, (E ko makou Makua iloko o ka lani,)

NA HUNAHUNA O KA NAAUAO (PARTICLES OF KNOWLEDGE)
THE HUNA CODE

An investigation into a code constructed in the Hawaiian language to conceal a body of knowledge (ike huna) belonging to a psycho-religious belief system practiced by the kahunas of ancient Hawaii and elsewhere in Polynesia.

The realization that there might exist a code in the Hawaiian language that concealed a body of knowledge known only to the kahunas can be credited to the author, Max Freedom Long, whose consuming interest in the kahunas and their secret practices was attributable to the numerous testimonies of miracles performed by the Hawaiian kahunas; testimonies which came to his attention during the course of his stay in Hawaiian Islands. Because the kahunas were inviolably pledged to secrecy, Mr. Long was unable to learn from them exactly how they performed their miracles. One day in 1934, Mr. Long awoke with the idea that the kahunas must have had words with which to instruct the student kahunas, and he began a dogged search in the Hawaiian dictionary for any words which discussed man’s mental and spiritual nature. He found such words, but because these words were isolated words and not in any context, his progress in understanding was slow. It was not until 1953 that Mr. Long made his great breakthrough when he discovered the presence of coded information in the King James’ Bible. The words were now in context and there was a leap in his understanding. He referred to the coded information in the Hawaiian language as the Huna Code; the word huna, meaning that which is concealed. The research method adopted by the author to investigate coded material is the method suggested by Mr. Long; i.e., to study the alternate meanings of words and most particularly root words of the Hawaiian language translation of the King James version of the New Testament, especially the words of Jesus. The roots are non-overlapping. Read the roots sequentially. Because many Hawaiian words have multiple meanings, one has to carefully sort through each of them to consider which definition(s) might be applicable to a given discussion. In order to determine which definition “belongs”, one has to compare it with the definitions of juxtaposed words to see if together they make sense. In this manner, bit by bit, the subject of the discussion gradually emerges. The whole process is analogous to that of putting together the pieces of a picture puzzle. It is only when all of the pieces have been put in their respective places, that a complete and coherent picture then becomes visible. Jesus left a great treasure to the world. The treasure is not hidden in the ground. It is not hidden in a cave. It is hidden in his words. This investigation is being conducted by the author in the hope of helping to bring to light a greater understanding of the three minds of man and their powers; that this understanding may help man to live a more joyful, fulfilling, and abundant life. The author is not a teacher of the Huna Code, but a student whose aim is to share the knowledge of the Huna Code with other like minded students.

Matthew, Chapter 6, Verse 9 : Our Father which art in heaven,

Mataio, Mokuna 6, Pauku 9 : E ko makou Makua iloko o ka lani,

Prion Disease: Cause and Remedy?

The prion disease, Kuru, occurs in three ways:

1.       UV mutation in a protein coding gene in the brain;
2.       Infection primarily through consumption of human flesh and organs; cannibalism.
3.       Inherited mutated protein coding gene.

Symptoms of Kuru include:
Palsy – Shaking (See Lolo)
Dementia

The disease agent of Kuru is a rogue protein, the prion. Chronic systemic inflammation in the human body is the incubator for the prion organism, causing it to proliferate.
There is only one direct cause of prion disease:
Genetic mutation; the precipitating event being collisions between UV-B rays and protein coding genes in DNA molecules in the brain.
When UV rays collide with electrons forming the covalent bonds between the sugar and phosphate molecules in a DNA backbone strand, the electrons are knocked out of their orbitals severing the bonds, causing the DNA backbone strand to become unbound. When UV rays sever both strands of a DNA double helix resulting in two pieces of broken DNA molecules, the two chromosome pieces separate, drift apart, and may fuse with other partners; i.e., interchromosomal translocation mutations (see Kaa).Fusions of damaged genes with other genes create new hybrid genes, the subsequent transcriptions of which, produce hybrid proteins; among them, the prion protein (see Laa).
UV damage to certain coding regions in the prion gene literally spells a death sentence (see Ka) to an organism, including human beings.
Due to the genetic damage, some amino acid ATP binding site “roots” of the prion protein are not encoded. Hence, the prion protein is translated or “born” incomplete as to its “root system”. Like a partially rootless plant unable to absorb enough water, the prion is unable to bind sufficient ATP molecules to obtain the energy it requires. In order to sustain itself, it attaches itself to and pierces a normal protein nearby to siphon its energy; parasitically. The abnormal prion protein approaches and anchors opposite [see Ku] a related normal protein; cuts its backbone in order to access its amino acid building blocks; cuts out [see Kua] and removes some of the normal protein’s amino acid building blocks, replacing them [see Nini] with casts made of molds of its own amino acids; ultimately connecting itself to the normal protein via the casts. The result is a conjoining of both the abnormal and the normal proteins via a kind of amino acid inosculation. The prion protein has grafted itself into the normal protein to establish an energy channel from the normal protein to itself; i.e.,a pipeline to transfer ATP.
Through this pipe, the prion diverts energy flowing in the normal protein into itself, to satisfy its energy requirement; to ensure its survival despite the genetic damage resulting in its inability to bind sufficient ATP. The prion protein, by manipulating the amino acid structure of its neighbor, has, in effect, become a mutating agent.
Although the prion protein has now fulfilled its energy requirement by parasitizing another protein, the energy supply is now insufficient for his host, the normal protein; for having to share it with the prion. Hence, the host, in turn, seeks out a neighboring normal protein to parasitize in the same manner. The normal protein has now been transformed into another prion protein. This parasitism continues in succession, protein by protein, and is the reason for the clumping of proteins observed in the brain tissues of persons afflicted with neurodegenerative diseases like Kuru. Clumping is due to great numbers of parasitic prion proteins attaching themselves to neighboring normal proteins in order to siphon energy.
The precipitating cause of Kuru, is a UVB ray; however, the disease itself is triggered when two atmospheric conditions and a human factor converge:
The ozone layer is thin and so does not screen out most of the UVB radiation emitted by the sun;
It’s a sunny, summer day with no thick cloud cover to absorb UVB rays;
The sun is at its zenith, directly overhead someone looking straight up at the sky.
Under this set of circumstances, UV-B light rays penetrate the eyes into the brain [see Kaakaa, Lani, La, and Lala ], damaging the PRNP coding gene inside the brain so that a mutation occurs in the normal PRNP gene transforming it into an abnormal protein coding gene. The abnormal gene subsequently encodes for the abnormal prion protein.
There may be a remedy for Kuru in the form of an air yam, Dioscorea bulbifera. Prion proteins are helices with threadlike structures resembling tendrils. Dioscorea bulbifera vines twine and climb in spirals. They resemble helices with tendrils. Could this be another example of the Doctrine of Signatures; a sign from The Creator that Dioscorea bulbifera is a remedy for Kuru?

The Dioscorea bulbifera yam is an aerial tuber, that propagates itself via small bulbils formed in the leaf axils. It is known in Hawaii as hoi, a bitter yam, eaten in ancient Hawaii during times of famine. A substance (an enzyme?) in D. bulbifera causes the liquefaction of the prion gel casts. This causes a break in the ATP pipeline running through the clumping prion chain, resulting in the loss of ATP to all prions “hooked into” the pipe.
G-quadruplex is the nucleic acid tetrad structure (see Lala) that may block transcription of the mutated PRNP gene; de-activating gene expression of the prion protein. Could D. bulbifera induce G-quadruplex formation and so prevent prions from being produced?
Is it possible that D. bulbifera is a dual action medicine that not only destroys prions in an organism but also prevents prions from being synthesized?

E

From; away. Away off; elsewhere.       (In this context, a foreign microscopic organism.).
To enter, as into a country or city.       (A microscopic invader enters the body.).
Strange; new.       (A strange, new microorganism.).
Previously unknown, unseen, or unheard of.       (A previously unknown microorganism; the prion protein.).
Through the direct action of.       (The neurodegenerative disease, Kuru, is caused by a rogue protein, the prion.).

Ee

To pass from one carriage to another.       (An infectious microorganism; the prion protein.).
Opposite to; adversely; against.       (The immune system mobilizes a defense against the foreign invader.).

Ko

Cause to fulfill the law.       (A foreign invader, a microscopic organism, triggers the innate immune system’s defense response.).
Sugar.       (Habitual consumption of sugar causes chronic inflammation which is the ideal environment for diseases like Kuru.).

Makou

We.       (We, human beings, are being discussed here.).
Name of a lamp with a red flame, or a flame that has burnt all night. (Chronic, systemic inflammation.).
The condition of chronic inflammation is the environment in which the prion proteins thrive.).

Ma

To fade, as a leaf or flower; to wilt.       (To gradually become weaker to the point of death.).

Ma

The syllable ma carries the idea of accompanying, together. (It implies a connection; in this context, a connection between prion proteins and their hosts, the normal proteins.).

Kou

Yours.       (The physical body.).
Passed away; perished.       (Death.).                                                                        Thriving.       (Prions thriving in the physical body is an indicator of the body’s imminent death.).

To look; to look about; to look here and there.       (The prion protein searches for an energy source.)
To have a sufficiency; to be supplied with the necessaries of life.       (Due to genetic damage, the prion protein is unable to bind enough energy to sustain itself; therefore, it searches for an alternative source to supplement the deficiency.)

Ko

To be brought to pass.       (The disease, Kuru, happens when the prion protein succeeds in attaching itself to a neighboring normal protein).
To obtain what one has sought after; to succeed in a search.       (The prion protein succeeds in obtaining an energy source in the form of a neighboring normal protein from which it siphons energy.)

U

To be tinctured or impregnated with anything.       (Prion proteins spread throughout the body, especially the brain.).

Mako

Angry; provoked at others so as to quarrel and fight.       (A personality change symptomatic of a Kuru infection.).

U

To ooze or leak slowly, as water from a kalo patch.       (Slow energy loss from the body of a person afflicted with Kuru.).

Death occurs as a result of slow energy loss from the body due to the presence of prions, the infectious proteins.

Makomako.

To be great in numbers.       (Prion proteins are found in great numbers inside the body.).

Maa

To be small or little, as a substance.       (An electron.).
Much trodden, as a path.       (Electron’s orbital.).
To sling, as a stone; to cast a stone from a sling.       (An electron is flung from its orbital.).

Koo

A prop; a brace for holding anything up.       (A DNA backbone. Or, a protein’s backbone.).
A vacant place.       (Missing electrons in a covalent bond in the backbone of a DNA molecule. Or, missing amino acids in the backbone of a protein.).
Hoo. To loosen; to unbind; to make or cause to be vacant.       (Collisions between UV rays and electrons in the covalent bonds between the sugar and phosphate molecules of the DNA backbone cause the bonds to break and the backbone to become unbound.).
To be loose; to be separate; to fall off.       (If both backbone strands of DNA are severed by UV ray collisions, the DNA pieces separate and drift apart.).
To uncoil, as a rope or string when wound up.       (The DNA molecule uncoils when UV rays cleave its phosphate backbone. Or, the normal protein uncoils when its backbone is cut by the prion protein.).

Normal proteins are mostly coiled. Abnormal prion proteins are mostly uncoiled.

To lay on in folds, as pleats in a dress.       (Pleated folds appearance of infectious prions.).

Koo

To support; to establish; to sustain in any position or purpose. To help; to assist.       (The presence of prion proteins promotes the development of cancer.).

Uu

To pull off or pluck, as a flower.       (An electron is pulled off of its orbital because of a collision with an UV ray.).
To groan; to be in a suffering state.       (The disease, Kuru, occurs mainly as a result of:
1. UV mutation in a protein coding gene in the brain;
2. Infection through ingestion of prion protein;
3. Inherited mutated protein gene.
There is only one direct cause of prion disease; genetic mutation.)

Uuu

To stammer; to be impeded in speaking, as one affected with the palsy.       (A symptom of Kuru.).

Ko

Sugar.       (Inflammatory substance.).
To bring to pass.

Koko

Blood.       (Sugar in the blood brings about chronic inflammation; the environment that nurtures many diseases, including Kuru.).

Kokoko

The act of eating fish or other meat with the blood; that is, raw.       (Causes inflammation in the human body.).

Makua

A parent; a progenitor; a begetter.       (Prion proteins transform normal proteins into prion proteins by substituting copies of their building blocks inside the normal proteins.).
To enlarge; to grow.       (A growth that enlarges. Cancer.).
Mature; full grown; of full age.       (Replicating prions propagate fully mature “offspring”; that is, offspring having bypassed the immature stages of development. Because prions are fully mature “at birth” they are able to replicate as soon as they are “born”. ).
To sustain.
Main stalk of a plant.        (The main body of an abnormal prion protein is fed through its branch-like appendage attached to a neighboring normal protein. The prion sucks energy from its neighbor through this appendage; i.e., parasitism.).

Maku

To be numerous.       (Prions are numerous, especially in the brain.).
To be fixed; to be firm; to be hard.       (A hard, immovable lump. Cancer.).

A

To burn, as a lamp; to blaze, as a flame.       (The condition of chronic inflammation.)

Aa

The small roots of trees or plants.       (Just as the fine roots of plants bind to water molecules, certain amino acid “roots” of a protein bind to ATP molecules.).

Ma

By means of.       (Utilizing a “limb”, the prion protein transforms a normal protein into an abnormal prion protein.).

Ku

To propagate.       (The abnormal prion protein replicates.).
To stand against or opposite to.       (The prion positions itself opposite a normal protein.).
To anchor.       (The prion then anchors itself next to a normal protein.).
To extend; to reach from one place to another.       (The prion extends a “limb” toward the normal protein.).
To hit; to strike against; to pierce, as a spear.       (The limb strikes and pierces the normal protein.).

To change into; transform.       (Using the limb, the prion cuts out building blocks from the normal protein [see kua below] and substitutes copies of its own building blocks inside the normal protein [see nini and ninini below]. In this manner, the abnormal prion transforms the normal protein into another prion protein.)
To fit; to be like; to resemble.       (The abnormal prion proteins alter the amino acid building blocks of similar normal proteins to fit those of the prions. The alteration causes the normal protein to collapse into the pleat-like folds characteristic of the shape of prion proteins.).
To be placed or set in a state or condition.       (Normal proteins are transformed into abnormal disease-causing prions by prions.).

A

To burn, as a lamp; to blaze, as a flame.       (Chronic systemic inflammation.).

Aa

To kindle.       (Prion replicates kindle the fire of chronic inflammation.).
To burn constantly.       (Chronic systemic inflammation.).
Offspring.       (Prion replicates. A chronic inflammatory state is the incubator for prion replication).

Ma

By means of.       (Aided by a “limb”, the prion protein cuts out amino acid building blocks from the normal protein.).

Kua

To cut out, as stone from a quarry.       (As a miner cuts out blocks of stone from a quarry, a prion protein cuts out building blocks from normal proteins.).
To chip; to hack; to chop.
Ridge.       (Backbone.).
The back of a person or animal in distinction from the face.       (The helical backbone of a normal protein is cut open by the abnormal prion protein.).

Kuakua

A section or piece of a fish net.       (Fishnet-like appearance of tissue damaged by clumping prions.).

Kuku

Standing thickly together, as trees.       (Clumping prions.).

Kukuku

Whatever is full of holes.       (Holes throughout bodily tissues caused by clumping prions.).                                                                                                                      Worm eaten.       (Prion-caused tissue damage.).
A name given to the soap plant of the Hawaiian Islands.       (A saponin. Dioscorea bulbifera is a saponin.).
Pimpled.       (The pimply skin of the air potato, Dioscorea bulbifera.).
Sound of boiling water; sputtering.       (The air potato must be boiled thoroughly.).

Kuu

To deliver from difficulty; to set free from.       (There is a remedy for Kuru.).

Iloko

Inside of.       (Inside of the human body.).

Loko

To persons, the internal organs.       (Prions are not confined to the human brain. Other organs are affected.).

Ilo

A maggot; a body worm. Worms of various kinds.       (The worm like prion.).
To obtain; to conquer; to overpower.
To prevail, as one party over another. (Abnormal prion proteins overpower normal proteins.).
To proceed from, as a child from a parent.       (Abnormal prions produce “offspring” by transforming normal proteins into abnormal prions.).
Sugar.       (Habitual consumption of sugar causes and maintains chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is the environment of disease. Prions thrive in an inflammatory environment.).

IloIlo

To be wormy. Full of worms or maggots.       (Appearance of prions in brain tissues.).

I

To beget, as a father.       (Prion proteins propagate by transforming normal proteins into abnormal prion proteins.).

Ii

A gathering together; a collecting, as of small things.       (Agglutination or clumping of prions.).

Lokoloko

To stand in puddles or pools of water.       (Energy not flowing normally through energy pathways in the human body, but blocked and stuck in “pools” as the result of clumping prions. Cause of demise.).

Lo

The fore part of the head.       (The portion of the brain in the fore part of the head. Prion particles are found to be concentrated in this part of the brain when a mutation occurs in a protein encoding gene in the brain as a result of UV-B rays entering the brain through the eyes.).
The name of some chiefs who lived on the mountain Helemano and ate men. (Cannibals in Hawaiian legend.).

Lolo

To punish.       (Punishment for cannibalism is the neurodegenerative disease, Kuru [see Loo below].).

Loo

To overtake; to come upon, as a disease; to come upon, as evil or a judgment.       (Kuru.).

Lolo

The brain of a person or animal.       (The brain is the organ in which prions are mostly concentrated.).
A person afflicted with the palsy.       (Afflicted with the shaking disease called Kuru.).
Palsied; lying helpless.       (Symptom of Kuru.).
Crazy; insane.       (Symptom of Kuru.).
Symptoms of prion-caused diseases, Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies, occurring in animals as well as humans (Kuru.).

Ko

To proceed from, as a child from a parent.       (Inherited Kuru.).

O

To extend or reach out, as the hand or finger; to stretch out the hand to take a thing.       (Prion’s limb extends purposefully toward a normal protein to tap into its energy.).
To pierce.       (Prion’s extended limb pierces a normal protein.).
Traveling Food.       (Energy transfer from the normal protein to the prion.).
To dip, as the fingers in a fluid.       (The prion protein dips into energy stored inside a normal protein.).
The effect for the cause.       (The result of this “dipping” by infectious prions is a shrinkage of brain tissues; i.e., atrophy [see Ooo below].).

Prion proteins are parasites of their hosts, the normal proteins; grafting themselves onto normal proteins to harness energy; i.e., ATP.

Oo

To come to maturity, as children grown up to manhood. Applied to full grown young people.       (Young adult.).
Inherited Kuru is a young adult onset disease.

Ooo

To shrink away.       (Tissue shrinkage caused by prions.).
Any small vessel for containing water to drink.       (Energy pool inside a normal protein tapped into by the abnormal prion protein.).

Ka

To finish or end a thing.       (There is a remedy to end a prion infection.).
To doom; to pass sentence.        (UV damage to certain genetic coding regions literally spells a death sentence to an organism, including human beings.).
Hoo. To destroy; cause to perish.       (D. bulbifera destroys prions. Or, a UV ray destroys backbone and base structures in the DNA molecule. Or prion proteins kill animals as well as human beings.).

A vine, the branches of which spread and run.       (Dioscorea bulbifera is a vine. Or, the vine-like DNA molecule. Or, the vine-like normal protein.).
To bail water, as from a canoe.       (Energy drain from the prion protein due to the effects of D. bulbifera.).
To radiate; to go out from the center, as light from the sun.       (An UV ray.).
A sudden violent hit.       (By a UV ray.).
A striking against; a collision.       (UV rays collide with the electrons forming the covalent bonds of the sugar-phosphate backbones in the DNA molecule.).
Root cutting; to uproot.       (D. bulbifera uproots prion proteins by liquefying (see nininini below) the amino acid “roots” they have implanted into normal proteins. Or, UV rays damage genetic coding for a protein’s amino acid, ATP binding, “roots”.).

Kaka

A cluster; number of things growing together or adjusted in clusters. (Prions clump together.).
To rip open.       (Clumping prions rip holes in tissues.).
To dip or bail out water.       (In the Code, water is the symbol for energy because, like water, energy flows. Parasitic prions siphon energy from their hosts, the normal proteins.).

Kakaka

To crook; to arch; to bend, as a bow.       (Prion proteins are helices with threadlike structures resembling tendrils. Dioscorea bulbifera vines twine and climb in spirals. They resemble helices with tendrils. Could this be another example of the Doctrine of Signatures; a sign from The Creator that Dioscorea bulbifera is a remedy for Kuru?).
A sweet potato.       (D. Bulbifera is also known as the air potato because of the bulbils that form in the leaf axils.).
To cleanse with water; to wash. To wash lightly; to rinse.       (Rinse off the air potato lightly before boiling it thoroughly.).

Kakakaka

Small cracks or open spaces in any substance.       (Prion infected tissue riddled with holes. Or, cracks forming in the prion gel casts; i.e., dissolution of the casts due to the effects of D. bulbifera.).

Kaa

To radiate. To go out, as rays of light from the sun.       (UV rays.)
Anything that rolls or turns, as a top.       (Electrons spin; i.e., rotate about their axes.).
To roll, as a wheel; to travel about from place to place.       (Electrons roll as they travel in their orbitals or as free electrons.).
A path to walk in.       (Electron’s orbital.).
To remove; to change one’s place; to be transferred to another.       (Electron knocked out of its orbital as a result of a collision with UV ray.).

UV collisions with electrons in a normal DNA protein coding gene results in a mutation; a change in the genetic code such that an abnormal prion protein is synthesized instead of a normal protein.

Kaa

To radiate. To go out, as rays of light from the sun.       (UV ray.).
A strand of a cord; a rope.       (A rope represents the DNA molecule. A strand is one of the two strands of the DNA molecule.).
To cause to be done; to be gone.       (Both strands of a double helix severed by collisions with UV rays (see Ka above) resulting in two pieces of broken DNA molecules.).
To pass off or out from; to go out from the presence of one.       (The two pieces of DNA molecules drift apart.).
To remove; to change one’s place; to be transferred to another.       (Both of the severed DNA pieces translocate.).
To fall away; to leave one party to join another.       (Interchromosomal translocation mutation.).

The UV severed DNA chromosomal pieces fuse with other severed pieces, i.e., chromosomal translocation. This recombination is followed by a transcription or copying of the fused genes and the subsequent translation of the hybrid gene during synthesis of a protein. One protein synthesized from a genetic error is the prion protein, the cause of the neurodegenerative disease, Kuru.).
Due to the UV ray collision to that part of a gene encoding for a protein’s ATP binding site, certain “roots” or amino acid ATP binding sites of the prion protein are lost. Consequently, the prion protein is translated or “born” missing some roots. Like a partially disabled plant missing some roots and so cut off from absorbing enough water and nutrients, the prion protein is partially disabled and unable to bind ATP molecules to obtain enough energy. It compensates for its “disability” by diverting energy from a normal protein neighbor into itself through a “limb”. (Like siphoning gasoline from a neighbor’s gas tank.)
To be sick; to suffer pain in sickness; to lie or be confined with long sickness.       (The disease, Kuru.).
Resin.       (Like plants which extrude resins that solidify, so are proteins which secrete a substance that solidifies. Prion proteins make casts of solidified secretions using their own building blocks as molds. They then implant the casts into normal proteins to “connect the pipes” between them.).

Kaa

To be located at.       (The PRNP gene that encodes for the prion protein is located on the X chromosome.).
A cross.       (The X chromosome.)

Kaakaa

To open, as the eyes; to look upon.

Lani

The upper air; the sky.       (The region through which the precipitating cause of Kuru travels; i.e., the UV light ray. Also, a characteristic of Dioscorea bulbifera. It is an aggressive, skyward-climbing vine, blanketing trees and forming forest canopies. ).
Heaven; a holy place.

La

The sun. Sunny.       (The sun’s Ultraviolet B radiation is not effectively blocked on sunny days as on cloudy days; hence, the UV exposure is greater on sunny days which means that the potential for DNA damage is also greater.).
A particular day of the month or year.       (That particular time when the ozone layer is thin and so does not screen out most of the UV-B radiation; it’s a sunny, summer day with no thick cloud cover to absorb UV-B rays; and the sun is at its zenith, directly overhead someone looking straight up at the sky. All three conditions must converge to cause genetic damage in the brain through the eyes.).
Light.       (UV-B light rays are known to cause genetic damage.).

Laa

To propagate plants by inarching.       (The replication of disease prions resembles a technique used in inarching or plant grafting. The abnormal prion protein approaches and anchors opposite [see ku above] a
related normal protein; cuts out [see kua above] and removes some of the normal protein’s amino acid building blocks; substituting them [see nini below] with casts of its own amino acids. The result is a conjoining of both the abnormal and the normal proteins via a kind of amino acid inosculation. The prion protein has grafted itself into the normal protein to establish an energy channel from the normal protein to itself.).
To be defiled; to become impure by mixing one plant with another of a different kind.       (UV severed DNA pieces pairing with other DNA pieces. Also, abnormal prions branching into normal proteins.).

Lala

A species of potato bearing its fruit on the leaves. See Alala, Alaala. (Dioscorea bulbifera, an aerial tuber, that propagates itself via small bulbils formed in the leaf axils. Known in Hawaii as hoi, a bitter yam, eaten in ancient Hawaii during times of famine.).
Branch; To branch out.       (Abnormal prions branch themselves to normal proteins.).
A limb of the human or animal frame.       (A limb of the abnormal prion protein is inserted into the normal protein just as a limb of a tree is inserted into another tree in a plant grafting technique called inarching.).
Alaala

The name of potatoes that grow on the leaf of the potato.       (Dioscorea bulbifera.).

Alala

A species of potato with fruit on the leaves.       (Dioscorea bulbifera.).

Ala

Round or oval, as a smooth stone.       (The round or oblong shape of the air potato, Dioscorea bulbifera.).

Lala

To set a copy for writing, as a teacher.       (Gene encoding.).
To begin a piece of work or a job.       (The beginning of the process of producing a protein.).
To mark out the plan or lines of what is to be done.       (Transcription. In the case of the prion protein; a copying of an error in a chromosomal misrepair.).
To make straight; to straighten, as a stick of timber that is sprung.       (The prion cuts the backbone of a normal protein; the backbone springs open, uncoils, and straightens out.).
To cook over a fire.       (The medicinal yam, Dioscorea bulbifera, must be thoroughly cooked before being consumed.).
To bask in the sunshine.       (Sunbathing for extended periods, looking upward at the sun, allows UV rays to penetrate the eyes into the brain. The UV rays damage certain protein coding genes in the brain; causing genetic mutations. Abnormal, infectious proteins or prions, are synthesized as a result of these kinds of mutations.).
To set a copy for writing, as a teacher.       (The abnormal prion protein sets itself as the template when it mutates a normal protein by manipulating its amino acid building blocks.).

Lala

The four corners of a house.       (G-quadruplex: The nucleic acid tetrad structure that may block transcription of the PRNP gene; hence, de-activating gene expression of the prion protein.).
The four corners supporting the G-quadruplex “house” are composed of the DNA base, guanine.

Nini

A medicine for external wounds.       (Dioscorea bulbifera is a medicine.).
To soothe a pain; to heal a wound; to apply nini or medicine to a wound. (Dioscorea bulbifera is an analgesic.).

Nini

Line of stones.       (A gene coding sequence in DNA. Or an amino acid sequence in a protein.).
To lay stones well in a wall; if the stones lie smoothly and tight, the stones are said to be nini.       (The abnormal, disease prion replicates its own building blocks [see ninini below] then splices them into a normal protein, laying them in tightly like stones in a wall.).

Ninini

To spill; to spill over.       (A secretion.).
To cast, as a solid from a liquid.       (The disease prions replicate their own building blocks through gel casts of solidified secretions.).

Nininini

To run off, as a liquid.       (A substance [an enzyme?] in D. bulbifera causes the liquefaction of the prions’ implanted gel casts. This results in a break in the ATP pipeline chain and consequent loss of ATP to all the prions strung together on the prion chain.).

Nii

Salt-encrusted, as one exposed to sun and sea.       (Appearance of skin lesions in prion-infected person.).

Please consult a professional before consuming or using any plants mentioned in this article. The Huna Code cannot take responsibility for adverse effects from the consumption and/or use of these plants. This article is intended for informative or entertainment purposes only.

UA OLA LOKO I KE ALOHA*
(Love gives life within*)

UA PAU
(The End)

References:
* Pukui, Mary Kawena. Olelo No’eau.
Andrews, Lorrin. A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language. Tokyo, Japan: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1974.
Andrews, Lorrin. A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language. Honolulu, Hawaii: Board of Commissioners of Public Archives of the Territory of Hawaii, 1922.
Ke Kauoha Hou (The New Testament). New York: American Bible Society, 1977.
Webster’s New World College Dictionary, Third Edition. 1997.
Ulukau.