Huna Code in the Gospels: Matthew 6:9 – After this manner therefore pray ye: (Penei oukou e pule aku ai:)

O 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. 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

Mataio, Mokuna 6, Pauku 9

After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.

Penei oukou e pule aku ai; E ko makou Makua iloko o ka lani, e hoanoia kou inoa. E hiki mai kou aupuni; e malamaia kou makemake ma ka honua nei, e like me ia i malamaia ma ka lani la; E haawi mai ia makou i keia la i ai na makou no neia la; E kala mai hoi ia makou i ka makou lawehala ana, me makou e kala nei i ka poe i lawehala i ka makou. Mai hookuu oe ia makou i ka hoowalewaleia mai; e hoopakele no nae ia makou i ka ino; no ka mea, nou ke aupuni, a me ka mana, a me ka hoonaniia, a mau loa aku. Amene.

After this manner therefore pray ye:

Penei oukou e pule aku ai;

Penei

            Like this.       (It’s like this… This one sentence of 6 Hawaiian words is  an explanation of a dangerous spiritual situation which can be averted.).

Someone has a secret adversary who plots to destroy him through the use of sorcery. In one word, A (see roots of Ai below), we see the motive of someone who has allowed his subconscious low self, the seat of all emotions, to run amok with jealousy and rage so that he, the conscious middle self, is no longer in control. (The driver has lost control and the horse has run off with the cart). This individual is either a kahuna skilled in sorcery or has enlisted the aid of one. A kahuna anaana, the sorcerer, launches a spirit attack with disincarnate spirits which he captures for his purpose. The kahuna begins by petitioning his subconscious spirit self to exit their physical body and travel to the subconscious self of an intended victim for the purpose of piercing and attaching to its spirit body an aka tube to create a link. After the link is established between the kahuna and his victim, the kahuna proceeds with the next stage of the process; to lure disembodied spirits to him.

He does this by “scenting” his subconscious low self to use as bait. To scent the “bait”, the kahuna eats meat with the blood. This causes his physical body to build up an excess of blood volume and, his low self’s spirit body to build up an excess of “water”, the Huna Code symbol for vital force. In this condition, the kahuna’s physical body may leak blood in order to return to stasis. A kind of involuntary bloodletting. Correspondingly, the “waterlogged” spirit body of his low self leaks vital force in order to bring the aka spirit body back to stasis. This leakage of vital force is what attracts vampire spirits. (Hence, God’s warning against eating meat with the blood in Leviticus 17:14.)

The danger in attracting vampire spirits is that they travel in hordes. Like sharks catching the scent of blood; once they get wind of the scent of vital force, they zero in on and head for the source, en mass. When these disembodied spirits reach the embodied spirit leaking the vital force, they stretch out akaplasmic “hands”, (see Ku below), the fingers of which, pierce the body of the embodied spirit to dip into and siphon off vital force flowing inside his aka body.). Because so many vampire spirits surround and pierce the aka body of an overpowered low self spirit with their siphoning “fingers”, the victim is effectively tied up and locked in a network of spirit “string fingers” as a calabash is tied up in a net of its carrying strings. This is a serious situation, because the embodied low self spirit, once trapped in this spirit net, is unable to disentangle himself. Therefore, upon the death of his earthly body, he cannot ascend to his High Self. He is cut off from his High Self, remains earthbound and doomed to wander with the mass of spirits for a time, searching for a “wet” low self spirit, (see Kou) from whom he can steal vital force.

The kahuna does not permit his low self to become entangled in the midst of the vampire spirits he is attempting to trap. He prevents this from happening by brandishing a bunch of Ki leaves to keep the “birds” from landing. (In the Huna Code, a bird is the symbol for any kind of low self spirit, embodied as well as disembodied.) Disembodied vampire spirits dread Ki leaves because of a peculiar bio magnetic property the leaves possess; the power to pull holes in the aka bodies of spirits, causing a hemorrhaging of spirit blood, vital force. In Hawaii, the sword-like Ki plant is a much revered and versatile plant; having many uses. One of its uses is as a defense against attacks by evil spirits. This is the reason why many homes in Hawaii have these shrubs planted all around them. The kahunas use the Ki plant to ward off evil spirits; to prevent them from interfering in their work.

A kahuna visits the body of a dying person who, he knows, harbors a host of vampire spirits and waits. The vampire spirits begin to abandon the dying body because it can no longer provide them with vital force. As they emerge from the body, the kahuna moves swiftly upon them, brandishing the large sword-like leaves of the Ki plant. The escaping spirits, fearful of the Ki leaves, scatter in all directions. Some of the escaping spirits ascend to their waiting High Selves. Other escapees run off. Still others, lured by the scent of vital force leaking from the kahuna’s low self, follow the scent of the vital force as it travels inside the aka tube from the kahuna to enter into his victim. Once enough spirits have entered the victim’s body, the kahuna cuts the aka tube (using Ki leaves) behind them to prevent them from tracking back to the kahuna’s low self. The sorcerer has, in effect, cut off a rear escape. The spirits, trapped inside the body of the victim, wreak havoc with the conscious mind self. Such is the pathology of mental illness caused by sorcery.

This type of mental illness, as with any type of illness, manifests first with early warning symptoms. Disturbing and confusing thoughts, warnings of a spiritual attack, surface in the conscious mind. Symptoms 1 through 7 appear to be the early stage symptoms and symptoms 8 through 12, the late stage symptoms, see discussion in red, below. As with any illness, if caught early, the chances are good that it can be reversed. To counter a spiritual attack in the early stage, one should obtain a bunch of fresh, Hawaiian Ki (ti) leaves, the pure green variety only, and beat the air surrounding himself, making sweeping motions away from his body. This action does two things:

1.  Cuts off the akaplasmic tube connecting him to the sorcerer.

2.  Drives the spirits away.

To prevent any stray spirits from returning and attempting to re-enter the body, one should eat vegetable food because vegetable food does not cause vital force to leak out of the spirit body of the low self as meat does, especially raw meat. If vital force does not leak from the spirit body of the low self, vampire spirits cannot get the scent of it, and so track it to the source, you. For someone manifesting the late stage symptoms 8 through 12, the symptoms of spirit possession, it is necessary to petition the victim’s High Self for an exorcism. As with any prayer to the High Self, one must send mana/vital force with the prayer via the low self spirit up into the High Self. The High Self responds by shooting a small, fiery, lightning ball down into the body of the victim,(see Lele). It explodes noisily inside the victim, driving out the “tenants in illegal possession of the house”, (see Lele). In the Huna Code the physical body is sometimes referred to as the “house”. Thus, the High Self’s version of electric shock therapy.

Pe                         

       To humble; to crush.       (Image of a captured embodied low self spirit in a crush of disembodied low self spirits. Also, the intention of a kahuna anaana, or sorcerer, who uses disembodied spirits to attack, crush, and destroy someone.).                         

       To anoint; to apply odoriferous ointment.       (As a fisherman throws out chum bait to lure fish to an area, the sorcerer throws out vital force from the spirit body of his subconscious low self, to lure disembodied spirits to him. He does this by eating raw meat; meat with the blood, which causes vital force, with its unique scent, to saturate and leak from the spirit body of his lower self, see Koukou. Disembodied vampire spirits can detect and track the scent of vital force as sharks can detect and track the scent of blood. The kahuna’s objective is to capture disembodied spirits to use in an attack.).

       To scent, i.e., to give tone and character to one’s life; applied also to the soul; o ke kupaoa ia e hoope ai na uhane.       (Strange as it may seem, a scent is what leads to the capture of an embodied low self spirit by disembodied spirits; just as in the animal world, when a predator gets wind of prey.).

Nei                        

       To make a confused noise, as a multitude moving together.       (A horde of disembodied spirits on the move.)                        

       To move; to be forced, as the trees by the wind.       (Just as something which is visible is forced to move by that which is invisible; such as trees by the wind, so is it with someone who is afflicted with vampire spirits. He is forced to move from place to place; never being allowed to rest in one place for long. Invader low self spirits force him to move constantly, gypsy-like, by planting thoughts in his conscious mind. The reason why these spirits are constantly on the move is because they continually need to find new sources of vital force. They cannot siphon off their latest victim’s vital force entirely, thereby killing him, because they need him to supply them with vital force; at least until he can bring them to other victims. One other thing; eventually their victim will die and no longer have a physical body to manufacture vital force. They need to find a replacement before their “calabash” runs dry, hence they drive him from place to place in their search for “water”, see Koko below. In the Huna Code, the symbol for vital force is water, because like water, vital force flows.).

Pe                                   

       Broken or flatted down; depressed; crushed.       (Symptom 1 of a victim of vampire spirits. He appears to be depressed, “beaten down”.).

Ne                        

       To droop; to be sickly; to wither.       (Symptom 2 of a victim of vampire spirits. He is weak and sickly.).                        

       To fret.       (Symptom 3 of a victim of vampire spirits. He is anxious about something.).                          

       Returning persistently, as a thought or desire.       (Symptom 4 of a victim of vampire spirits. He has a recurring thought or worry; i.e., is obsessed with an idea, desire, etc.).                        

       To be peevish, as when one is crossed in his plans.       (Symptom 5 of a victim of vampire spirits. He is generally irritable; bad tempered and hard to please.).

       Crying. To gnash or grind the teeth. (Symptom 6 of a victim of vampire spirits. He is full of despair; manifested by crying and grinding his teeth (chewing) or other involuntary movements of the face and body.). There are 7 occurrences in the Gospels for “weeping/wailing and gnashing of teeth”; 6 in Matthew, 1 in Luke. Apparently, the authors thought it important to reinforce the idea of utter despair; hopelessness of these individuals whose lower selves are on the verge of being completely taken over by disincarnate spirits.).             

       To murmur; to talk low; to whisper, as the gods or ghosts do. (Symptom 7 of a victim of vampire spirits. He is resentful and continuously mumbling complaints under his breath.).                        

       Used for nee. See Nee.

I                                   

       To speak. To speak within one’s self. (Symptom 8 of a victim of vampire spirits. He hears voices inside himself.).

Nee

       To move along horizontally. (Vampire spirits can only travel horizontally.).                        

       To move, as a mass of people. (Vampire spirits move in hordes.).                        

       To move, as a large body; to move from one place to another. (Vampire spirit hordes continually move from place to place.).                        

       To change, as the mind or opinion. (Symptom 9 of a victim of vampire spirits. He is fickle, inconstant; changes his mind often.).

Nene                        

       A visible appearance; a sign of something about to take place. (Someone may exhibit a cluster of the early warning symptoms, 1 through 7, of impending takeover by invading spirits, or he may exhibit “late stage” symptoms; the remaining 5 symptoms, which indicate that his subconscious lower self has already been captured by invading spirits. Six of the 7 early warning symptoms are displays of some form of three negative emotions; anger, fear, and sadness. The seventh early warning symptom is a physical symptom; that of weakness.).

Oukou (see roots, bottom)                                  

       You. (The conscious middle self.).

Ou                        

       Yours; belonging to you. (Your subconscious low self spirit.).

Ko                                  

       To obtain what one has sought after; to succeed in a search. (Vampire spirits are unrelenting in their search for vital force. They succeed in their search when they catch the scent of leaking spirit blood; i.e., vital force.).                        

       To prevail, as one party over another. (A kahuna prevails when he succeeds in sending an army of  vampire spirits to invade his victim.).   

       To conquer; to overpower. (The embodied low self of a targeted victim is overpowered by many disembodied low selves; i.e., vampire spirits.)    

       To fulfill, as a threat; to be avenged. (Someone seeks revenge and uses sorcery to obtain it; specifically, through the use of disembodied spirits.).

       To draw or drag, as with a rope. (Vampire spirits are entangled by aka tubes; hence, they drag each other around when they move. For this reason, when they travel, they must travel en masse, as a group, see Nee, Nei, and Koko.).

Koko            

       Blood.            

       To be inconstant; to be fickle.

Koko            

       To push; to jostle, as in a crowd.

       To pull or drag along.

       To go about from place to place without object. (Symptom 10 of a victim of vampire spirits. He is constantly wandering aimlessly from place to place.).            

       To tie up the strings for carrying a calabash. The netting or network of strings around a calabash. To fill up a specified time. (A calabash in a carrying net is analogous to the situation of an embodied low self caught up and carried about in a net comprised of aka tube extensions from the spirit bodies of disembodied low selves. As a calabash is a container for water, so is the embodied low self a container for vital force. As a calabash of water is dipped into, so is the embodied low self “dipped” into by many disembodied spirits who cannot manufacture their own vital force, (see O). Because so many vampire spirits surround and pierce the aka body of an overpowered low self spirit with their siphoning “fingers”, the victim is effectively tied up and locked in a network of spirit “string fingers” as a calabash is tied up in a network of strings. As a calabash in a net is carried from place to place, so is the hapless low self in his net pushed and pulled and dragged along with the mass of vampire spirits as it moves from place to place. This is a serious situation, because the embodied low self spirit, once trapped in this spirit net, is unable to disentangle himself. Therefore, upon the death of his earthly body, he cannot ascend to his High Self. He is cut off from his High Self, remains earthbound and doomed to wander with the mass of spirits for a time, searching for a “wet” low self spirit, (see Kou) from whom he can steal vital force.).

Kokoko

       The act of eating fish or other meat with the blood. (Eating meat with the blood is what God expressly forbade man to do in Leviticus 17:14. See U, next.).

U            

       To be impregnated with anything. (To be saturated with vital force.).            

       To drip or drizzle, as water. (Water is the Huna symbol for vital force.).            

       To ooze, or leak slowly. (Vital force oozes from the bodies of meat eaters; those who eat meat or fish with the blood. Roving disembodied spirits detect the leaking vital force just as roving sharks detect blood leaking from a fish. This is why raw meat eaters attract vampire spirits and why God forbade man to eat flesh with the blood…. that whosoever eateth it shall be cut off (Leviticus 17:14). See Koko above.).

O            

       To call for a thing desired. (A kahuna anaana calls his low self and makes a petition to it.).            

       The effect for a cause. (The result of the call is a spirit attack brought on by the sorcerer.).            

       Provision for a journey; traveling food. (The kahuna provides vital force to his spirit slaves for their journey to the victim.).            

       To stretch out the hand to trouble or afflict. (The kahuna stretches out his hand to launch a spirit attack.).            

       To stretch out the hand to take a thing.   To pierce, as with a sharp instrument.   To dip, as the fingers in a fluid. (Disembodied spirits stretch out aka “hands”, (see Ku below), the fingers of which pierce the body of an embodied spirit; to dip into and siphon off the vital force flowing inside his aka body.).

Ou            

       To steal. (Disembodied low self spirits steal vital force from the living.).

Kou            

       To look; to look about; to look here and there. (Disembodied spirits hunt embodied low self spirits for vital force.).            

       Moist; wet. (“Wet” low self spirits; that is, those who are still embodied; who still have physical bodies and can manufacture vital force.).

Koukou            

       Waterlogged.  The image here is of a physical body with an excess of blood. In this particular condition, the result of eating raw meat; meat with the blood, the body may leak blood in order to return to stasis… a kind of involuntary bloodletting. Correspondingly, the spirit body of the low self is also “waterlogged” in that it contains an excess of vital force, which leaks in order to bring the aka body back to stasis. This leakage of vital force is what attracts vampire spirits. Hence, God’s warning against eating meat with the blood in Leviticus 17:14.

E            

       Other; another; strange; new. (Foreign low self spirit.).

       To enter, as into a country or city. (Foreign low self spirit invades a person.).

Ee            

       Dry; not wet. (“Dry” low self spirits; those who are disembodied; who no longer have physical bodies to manufacture vital force/energy.).            

       To leap upon. To go aboard a vessel. (Disembodied (dry) low self spirits leap upon an embodied (wet) low self spirit (the vessel) to siphon vital force.).             

       Opposite to; adversely; against. (Someone has a secret enemy who plots to destroy him through the use of enslaved disembodied spirits.).

Pule            

       To pray. (The kahuna petitions his low self.).            

       Conversation with an invisible being. (Symptom 11 of a victim of vampire spirits. He converses with invisible beings.).

Pu            

       To come forth from; to come out of. (A subconscious low self spirit has the ability to come out of a person’s physical body.).            

       Together with; along with. (The conscious middle self spirit, being bound to the low self, exits the physical body together with the low self.). A kahuna petitions his subconscious spirit self to exit their physical body and travel to the subconscious self of an intended victim for the purpose of piercing and attaching to its spirit body an aka tube to create a link between the kahuna and his victim. Whenever the subconscious spirit goes on out-of-body excursions, it takes the conscious self’s spirit body along with it, which means that the kahuna’s conscious self actually witnesses what is taking place on these travels.).                       

       Anything that would make an explosive noise. (The explosive noise of the fiery ball of electricity shot by the High Self into the demon-possessed person.).

Lele            

       To depart from one, as the spirit of a dying person.   To fly; to jump; to leap; to fly, as a bird.   To reject as not fit for use.  (Depiction of a mass of vampire spirits leaving a victim’s dying body. They fly, jump, and leap out of the body; rejecting it because it can no longer provide them with vital force. As they depart, they drag along the rightful spirit occupants of the body; the low and middle selves, who become another vampire within the tangled mass of vampire spirits. Departed spirits become vampire spirits if they cannot ascend to their High Selves. A newly departed victim cannot ascend because he is entangled in the heavy mass of vampire spirits; therefore, he is cut off from his High Self.).

Pupu            

       A bunch, as of grass, leaves, or flowers.   A bundle or something bound up, as of grass. (A bundle of  bound Ki leaves.).

Lele            

       To move, as a meteor through the air. (The small fiery ball of electricity shot by the High Self into the demon-possessed person.).

       To burst forth, as fire in a conflagration. (The fireball explodes inside the possessed one, causing vampire spirits to burst out of his body.).

       To move suddenly and swiftly, as in attack. To fly or rush upon one, as an enemy. (The kahuna moves swiftly upon the vampire spirits, brandishing the large sword-like leaves of the Ki plant.).            

       To brandish, as a sword. (To brandish the broad sword-like leaves of the Ki plant (the shrub dracaena terminalis).).            

       To scatter. To disperse. (The escaping spirits, fearful of the Ki leaves, scatter in all directions.). These spirits dread Ki leaves because of a peculiar bio magnetic property the leaves possess; the power to pull holes in the aka bodies of spirits, causing a hemorrhaging of spirit blood, vital force. In Hawaii, the sword-like Ki plant is a much revered and versatile plant; having many uses. One of its uses is as a defense against attacks by evil spirits. This is the reason why many homes in Hawaii have these shrubs planted around them. The kahunas use the Ki plant to ward off evil spirits; to prevent them from interfering in their work.)

Lelele            

       To light on something above. (To ascend to the High Self.).

Lelelele            

       To run off; to run off in haste. (Some of the escaping spirits ascend to their waiting High Selves. Other escapees run off. Still others, lured by the scent of vital force leaking from the kahuna’s low self, track the scent from the kahuna along the aka tube to his victim.).

Aku            

       From one. (Vital force flows from the kahuna’s low self through the aka tube linked to the victim.).            

       To follow. (Attracted by the scent of vital force flowing through the aka tube, vampire spirits abandoning a dying person’s body, follow the scent to the new victim.).

Akuaku            

       Up and down, as an uneven road. Sailing, as over a rough sea, or traveling over a rough road. (Wavelike, bobbing up and down movement of the spirits as they travel along the aka tube from the kahuna to his victim.).

Akua            

       A god. (The High Self waits for the lesser selves to ascend from the dying body.).

Kua            

       To chop; to hack. The back; the rear. (Once enough spirits have entered the victim’s body, the kahuna cuts the aka tube (using Ki leaves) behind them to prevent them from tracking back to the kahuna’s low self. The sorcerer has, in effect, cut off a rear escape. The spirits, trapped inside the body of the victim, wreak havoc with the conscious mind self. Such is the pathology of mental illness caused by sorcery.).

Ku            

       To rise up to do a thing or for a specified purpose. (A kahuna rises up to practice sorcery upon someone.).            

       To stand against or opposite. (A kahuna waits opposite the body of a dying person who, he knows, harbors a host of vampire spirits. As the vampire spirits abandon the dying body, see lele above, the kahuna lures and traps them using his “waterlogged” low self, (see Koukou bottom), as bait.

A            

       Name of a large sea bird. (Embodied low self spirit.).            

       To burn, as fire, as anger, as jealousy. (Inside the subconscious low self spirit is the seat of all emotions. In this one word, A, we see the motive for a spiritual attack, by someone who has allowed his lower self to burn with jealousy and rage so that his conscious middle self is no longer in control. This individual is either a kahuna skilled in sorcery or has enlisted the aid of one. The kahuna anaana launches a spirit attack with disincarnate spirits.

Aa            

       To burn fiercely or furiously, as a fire; to burn constantly.   To rage; to be angry. (Symptom 12 of a victim of vampire spirits. He is often in a burning rage.).

Aa            

       The lower part of the neck. (Disembodied low self spirits drink vital force from the lower part of the neck of the embodied low self.)

Ku            

       Right;  O.K. (A normal low self spirit.).            

       To stand against; to resist; to act contrary to. (A normal low self spirit will resist the attempts of disembodied spirits to drain its vital force.

Ku

       To extend; to reach from one place to another. (Like amoebas that extend and retract finger-like projections of protoplasm; all low self spirits, embodied as well as disembodied, extend and retract finger-like projections of akaplasm, the invisible substance of which their spirit bodies are composed. Akaplasmic tubes connect each of us to someone or something else. We live, move, and have our being in a network of invisible aka tubes.

       To come to one, as a report or information. (Warnings of a spiritual attack come to the victim through the aka tube connecting the victim and a kahuna anaana. The warnings travel through the victim’s subconscious mind self and surface in the conscious mind.).

       Aka – The shadow of a person; the figure or outline of a thing; a similitude or likeness. (Aka refers to the shadow-like spirit bodies of subconscious low selves. The aka bodies are shadow-like because they conform to the size, shape, and motions of the physical body in which they are encased.).

Kuku

       To be agitated, vexed, perplexed. (Feelings in the conscious middle self when a spiritual attack is imminent. See early warning symptoms above.).

       To rise up, as a thought in the mind. (Certain thoughts, warnings of a spiritual attack, surface in the conscious mind.).

       To strike; to beat, as in pounding kapa.   To sweep; to brush away, as dirt.  (When one suspects that he may be under a spiritual attack, he should take a bunch of Hawaiian Ki leaves (fresh, pure green variety only) and beat the air in the area surrounding himself, making sweeping motions away from his body. Vampire spirits dread Ki leaves because they have a bio magnetic property that pulls holes in their aka spirit bodies, causing spirit blood, vital force to spurt out.).

Kukuku

       Whatever is full of holes. (Holes in the bodies of vampire spirits caused by the bio magnetic pull of Ki leaves.).

Ai

       Food. (Food, in the Huna Code, is another symbol for vital force.).

       Vegetable food, in distinction from ia, meat. (Eating vegetable food helps one to resist vampire spirit attacks, see koukou below, for an explanation.).

       To eat; to consume food. The neck. (Disembodied spirits drink vital force from the lower part of the neck of the embodied low self, see Aa.)

A (Root of Ai)

       Name of a large sea bird. (Embodied low self spirit.).

       To burn, as fire, as anger, as jealousy. (Inside the subconscious low self spirit is the seat of all emotions. In this one word, A, we see the motive for a spiritual attack, by someone who has allowed his lower self to burn with jealousy and rage so that his conscious middle self is no longer in control. This individual is either a kahuna skilled in sorcery or has enlisted the aid of one. The kahuna anaana launches a spirit attack with disincarnate spirits.

I  Root of Ai)

    in.  (Inside the spirit body of the subconscious low self; the seat of all emotions, can be found the things that are “eating” at one.

In this word, Ai and its root words A and i, we see a defense against vampire spirits; i.e., a vegetarian diet. Eating vegetable food results in vital force circulating inside the spirit body of the subconscious low self, not leaking outside of it. Because vital force does not leak out of the low self’s spirit body, as when one eats raw meat, vampire spirits cannot detect the scent of it and hence, track it to a source, like sharks do. Therefore, a vegetarian diet is a defense against vampire spirits See oukou and koukou below for further explanation.).  

                                                                    Oukou & Roots 

       Ou               Oukou              Kokoko                   O                  U                Koko              O

                              You¹         Eat fish or meat    Effect         Leak          Blood                                                                            with the blood

    Yours²                                                                     Effect         Leak                               Energy  

¹ Conscious Mind Self

² Subconscious Mind Self

Kou    

To look; to look here and there.  (Discarnate spirits searching for vital force.).                           

Koukou – 

To be waterlogged. The image here is of a physical body with an excess of blood.  In this particular condition, the result of eating raw meat; meat with the blood, the physical body may leak blood in order to return to stasis. A kind of involuntary bloodletting. Correspondingly, the aka spirit body of the low self is also “waterlogged” in that it contains an excess of vital force, which leaks in order to bring the low self’s aka body back to stasis. This leakage of vital force is what attracts vampire spirits. Hence, God’s warning against eating meat with the blood in Leviticus 17:14.   

Uko – An offering. A human sacrifice. (When you eat meat with the blood, it is as if you are offering yourself up as a sacrifice to vampire demonic spirits.).

In this one word, Oukou, we see a cause as well as the prevention of spirit possession.

 

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.