Huna Code in the Gospels : John 16:33 – but be of good cheer; (aka, e hoolana oukou;)

 

 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.

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.

JOHN, Chapter 16 : Verse 33

(IOANE, XVI : 33)

These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.

Ua olelo aku au ia oukou i keia mau mea, i loaa’i ia oukou ka maluhia iloko o’u. Iloko o ke ao nei e loaa ia oukou ka popilikia: aka, e hoolana oukou; ua lanakila wau maluna o kea o nei.

 

but be of good cheer;

aka, e hoolana oukou;

Whenever you petition your Superconscious High Self or Higher Power for help, you must supply enough vital force/energy with the prayer for the High Self to use in making the requested changes for you. All work requires energy whether performed on the physical or spiritual plane of existence. No work can be performed without energy.

Deep  breathing is necessary to take in the quantity of oxygen required to release surplus energy from glucose for the High Self to use in making changes in our lives; therefore, people with respiratory diseases such as asthma, whose lungs are impaired due to inflammation, cannot take in enough oxygen to release the surplus energy required by the High Self. Inability to produce enough mana/vital force/energy for the High Self is one reason for the unanswered or delayed answers to prayers which is why it is often necessary to keep on repeating the prayers and sending the requisite mana until the desired changes manifest in one’s life. Energy is the currency one must pay in order to get any work done. Respiratory disease is; therefore, one reason for the failure of prayers. No energy currency can be provided by those whose lungs are impaired.

Tiny spiders or spider mites have been implicated as inhaled allergens in the development of the respiratory disease known as asthma. Both the European red mite (Panonychus Ulmi) and the two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus Urticae) have been implicated as agents in the development of asthma in apple-cultivating farmers. Research has shown that oftentimes the agent causing an allergic condition is also a remedy for that condition. In Cambodia, deep-fried tarantulas are considered to be a delicacy and are sought out as medicine for asthma. Spiders are a proven cause of asthma and may one day prove to be a remedy for it as well. The “Happy Face” spider, nananana makaki’i, (Theridion Grallator), found in the Hawaiian Islands, may be a candidate for research by medical investigators for asthmatic and other respiratory disease applications.

Until respiratory diseases such as asthma are controlled or cured, those afflicted with respiratory diseases cannot take in enough oxygen to release surplus energy to send up to their High Selves to use in answering prayers; therefore, it is necessary for others to pray and send vital force up to their High Selves on behalf of those who are unable to do so for themselves due to some physical or mental impairment. It is our duty to pray for those who are unable to pray for themselves and send up the mana to their High Selves. This is important because the High Selves will not interfere in the lives of their own distressed conscious middle selves unless someone petitions and sends mana/energy on their behalf. The High Selves do not override their middle selves’ free will unless invited to do so.

 Aka

     The shadow of a person. (The shadowy spirit body of the subconscious low self.). The figure or outline of a thing. (The outline of that part of the shadowy body of the low self extending beyond the physical body.). A form or likeness of a person or thing. (The invisible double of the physical body; the spirit body of the subconscious low self.). To light up, as the moon before rising. (The ring of light or luminous extension around the head that brightens as the shadowy body of the subconscious low self begins to rise up out of the physical body.). To go up and down, as on a hilly road. (The up and down motion of the outline of the shadowy body of the subconscious low self.).

A

     Name of a large, white sea bird. (A white sea bird represents the subconscious spirit. A bird symbolizes a spirit. White or yellow/white is the color of the subconscious’ spirit body. “Fishing” the invisible sea of life for the match to the conscious self’s thought form image is an ability of the subconscious self.).

Ka

     To radiate; to go out from the center, as light from the sun. (Light rays emanate from the spirit body of the Superconscious High Self.). A striking against; a collision. (The shadowy body of the subconscious low self floats upward out of the physical body to collide with the light body of the Superconscious High Self.). A vine. (A vine is another symbol of the Superconscious High Self.).

Kaa

     To go out, as rays of light from the sun. (Light rays emanate from the spirit body of the Superconscious High Self as light rays emanate from the sun.). To pass off or out from. (The aka or shadowy body of the subconscious low self passes out from its physical body.). Something that rolls or turns, as a top. To roll off; to revolve. (The subconscious low self spins/revolves, like a spinning top, as it exits from the head to float up to the Superconscious High Self.). To leave one party to join another. (The subconscious low self leaves the physical body to join the Superconscious High Self waiting above.). A cord; a rope. (A cord of shadowy substance connects the subconscious low self to its physical body. A cord of shadowy substance also connects the conscious middle self to its subconscious low self.).

E

     Through the help of. To dash upon. To enter. (At the death of the physical body, the Superconscious High Self helps the subconscious low self with its attached conscious middle self spin upward  through the head of the physical body and ascend into the light body of the Superconscious High Self.).

Ee

     Out of sight. (The Superconscious High Self’s light body vibrates beyond the visible light spectrum.). Inviting; kind. (Traits of the High Self.).

Eee

     To rise up. (The shadowy body of the subconscious low self rises up out of its physical body.).

Hoolana

     To cause to float. To float upon, as upon water. (At the time of death of the physical body, the Superconscious High Self causes the shadowy spirit body of the subconscious low self to spin upward out of the physical body. The low self exits the physical body through the head and ascends to the High Self spinning/revolving, see kaa, as an object does when caught up in a tornado. The conscious middle self, being attached to its subconscious low self, spins upward with the low self as it ascends into the Superconscious High Self. This is why people who have had a near death experience report having traveled through a spinning tunnel toward a light. The light is the Superconscious High Self.).

     To insist upon. To listen with attention. (The High Self insists that we pay close attention to the messages being revealed in hoolana.).

     Indifference in regard to morals and moral principles. (Those who complete their earthly life spans (see ola) without observing the principles of right character and conduct are released by their High Selves, after the death of their physical bodies, to float in the invisible ocean of life. These entities do not ascend to their High Selves at the transistion of death as those do who have adhered to the moral principles of right character and conduct during the course of their lives.).

    To cause to enter. To furnish; to supply. (At the death of the physical body, the Superconscious High Self withdraws the spirit bodies of the conscious and subconscious selves and pulls them into Its light body, supplying them with vital force; however, those individuals who were indifferent as to moral principles during their lifetimes are simply withdrawn from their physical bodies and released to float and wander in the invisible ocean of life without a source of supply of vital force. These are the spirits who become vampire spirits, attaching themselves to and feeding off the vital force of living human beings.

Ho

     To transfer. (To transfer vital force.). To cry out for fear; to cry out in distress.

O

     Traveling Food. (Food is another symbol for vital force/energy. Traveling food is energy being transferred.).

Lana

     Buoyant; floating. The way of carrying oneself. To float or swim in the air. (The shadowy spirit body of the subconscious low self floats when outside of the physical body.). The countenance; the face. (Allusion to the “happy face spider”, theridion grallator, a possible subject for medical research for respiratory diseases which impair the lungs’ ability to take in the oxygen necessary to release the surplus energy required by the High Self to make changes on the physical plane.).

Lanalana

     The name of a large brown spider which stands high on its legs. (The brown huntsman spider, heteropoda venatoria. Another possible subject of medical investigation for respiratory diseases which impair the lungs’ ability to take in the oxygen necessary to release the surplus energy required by the High Self.).

Ho

     To bring; to present. To carry or cause to be conveyed; to transport. (The subconscious low self carries the mana/vital force up to the Superconscious High Self in its shadowy body.). To breathe hard, as in asthma. Asthma. (A respiratory disease that results in the inability of the lungs to take in sufficient oxygen necessary to release the surplus energy required by the Superconscious High Self to make the prayer request changes on the physical plane of existence. Hence, one reason for the failure/delay of answers to prayers is simply the lack of oxygen. Sufficient energy must be provided to the High Self each time a petition is made. No work can be done without energy. A lot of energy, such as is produced during aerobic respiration, cannot be released without oxygen. Asthmatic individuals, whose lungs are impaired, cannot take in enough oxygen for their cells to produce the required energy to send with their prayers up to their High Selves; therefore, others need to help by praying and sending mana for those afflicted with asthma.

Ola

     To deliver from danger or threatened calamity. To heal, as a disease. To save one; to cause to live. To cause to escape from future misery. Life; the period of one’s life; while one lives. (Your Superconscious High Self unconditionally delivers you from danger, disease, untimely death, misery, or other threats throughout your lifetime if you call out the name of your High Self and send enough mana/energy up to your High Self.

[O] + [La] = [Ola]

[Prayer charged with vital force] + [Name of your High Self] = [Deliverance]. See the roots O, La, and Ola.

O

     To call for a thing desired. (Your call and prayer petition to your Superconscious High Self.). Traveling food. (Mana or vital force “food” sent with the prayer (charged prayer) up to the High Self. Transfer of energy). To answer to one’s name when called. (Your High Self answers when you call It by name.).

La

     Light. (Symbol of the Superconscious High Self.).

Na

     To labor for breath as one suffering from asthma. (Those afflicted with asthma cannot transfer sufficient energy when petitioning their High Selves. This is because asthmatic individuals cannot take in enough oxygen for aerobic metabolism to occur to release the surplus energy required by their High Selves to make the requested changes on the physical plane of existence.).

Hoola

     To give ease from pain. To cure a disease. To save from danger. To deliver or free from peril or death. (Things unconditionally granted to one by his High Self when he calls out to his High Self for help and transfers enough vital force to his High Self.).

Na

     To be comforted, as one in affliction. (Emphasis here is that your Superconscious High Self will send peace to you in your time of affliction if you call out His name and send enough mana/vital force.

Nana

     To gaze at. To view attentively. To examine carefully. (To send mana to your High Self is to attract Its attention to you.).

Nanana

     The long legged spider. (The long spindly legs of the “happy face” spider, theridion grallator. See lana. This particular spider may soon come under scrutiny by medical investigators as being a potential subject for medical research for respiratory disease therapy.).

Nananana

     A species of spider. (The “happy face” spider, nananana makaki’i, theridion grallator.). A spider’s web. (Image of the aka or invisible substance spider web like network that connects us all to each other.). A picture; an image. (Aka substance images connected to each web “knot” person, place, or thing; that is, every person, place, or thing we are “knotted” to within our own invisible web network has images connected to it. This is why whenever we think of a particular person or place or thing, the cluster of memories associated with that person, place, or thing begins to surface in our conscious minds, pushed up by our subconscious minds.).

Ho

     1.  To cry out for fear; to cry out in distress. To cry out in a clamorous manner. (The conscious middle or reasoning self cries out in extreme fear/distress in response to a terrifying experience.).

     2.  To breathe hard. (His breathing rate increases automatically as a result of his fear. This physiological event is one in many of a chain of physiological events set off automatically in response to a terrifying experience; otherwise known as acute stress reaction.

     3.  To produce; to bring forward, as food on the table. (Surplus energy/mana (“food”) is released from the cells as a result of the heavier breathing.).

     4.  To carry or cause to be conveyed; to transport. To bring; to present. (The subconscious low self of the distressed conscious middle self carries the released surplus energy up to the Superconscious High Self.).

O

     To call for a thing desired. (The call and petition to the Superconscious High Self.). Traveling food. (Transfer of mana/vital force “food” to the High Self. Energy transferred.). To answer to one’s name when called. (The High Self answers when called by name.).

La

     Light. The sun. (Symbol of the Superconscious High Self.).

Na

     To be comforted, as one in affliction. To enjoy respite from pain. (The Superconscious High Self responds to the distress call from the conscious middle self by sending peace and relief from pain.).

See the roots ho, o, la, na above. When one experiences great fear/distress in response to a terrifying event, he automatically begins to breathe harder, taking in more oxygen and causing his cells to metabolize glucose to release greater amounts of energy. This is the point at which he should cry out to his High Self for help because his body is now “charged” with surplus energy; energy available for the High Self to use. When one cries out to the High Self, calling the High Self by name, the High Self responds by causing the subconscious low self’s shadowy body containing the excess energy/mana to rise up out of the physical body, (see hoolana), and float upward into the light body of the High Self. The Superconscious High Self uses the vital force/mana contained within the spirit body of the subconscious self to deliver the conscious middle self from the threatening event and give peace and release from pain, see na. The exiting by the subconscious low self with the attached conscious middle self from the physical body also happens at death which is why people who have died and returned to life report seeing a great light, like the sun. The great light is the light of the High Self. We are told by our Higher Selves to be comforted (e hoolana oukou); that just as we are delivered from all physical pain and given peace at the moment of death so will we be delivered from all pain and given peace during terrifying moments if we build up an energy charge by breathing heavily and then calling on the name of the High Self.

Ho – Asthma; Ola A recovery from sickness. To get well. To heal, as a disease. OTraveling Food. (Symbol for transferred vital force/mana.). Lanalana –  A large brown spider, heteropoda venatoria.

Another arachnid potential for medical investigation for respiratory disease applications is the large brown spider, heteropoda venatoria, ubiquitous in the cane fields of Hawaii. The investigative focus might likely be the spider’s bioelectromagnetic field.

Oukou

     You. (The conscious mind middle self.).

Ou

     Belonging to you. (The spirit body of the conscious middle self.). To ascend upon, as a float. (The conscious middle self, being attached to its subconscious low self, floats upward on the shadowy body of the low self as it ascends into the light body of the Superconscious High Self.).

Kou

     To look; to look about; to look here and there. (The conscious middle self still has the ability to observe what is happening to and around it even though it has been pulled out of the physical body by the subconscious low self; hence the out-of-body experiences reported by people who have died and returned to life.). Moist; wet; damp. (Alludes to mana “water” or vital force.). To have a sufficiency. (Emphasis on the importance of transferring sufficient vital force to the Superconscious High Self for It to use in making the requested changes in our lives.).

UA PAU

 

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References:

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.

Copyright 2012 J.M. Higa

 

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