Huna Code in the Gospels : John 16:32 – alone; (e hookahi wale no)



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.

JOHN, Chapter 16 : Verse 32
(IOANE, Mokuna 16 : Pauku 32)

Behold the hour cometh, yea, is now come, that ye shall be scattered, every man to his own, and shall leave me alone: and yet I am not alone, because the Father is with me.

Aia hoi, e hiki ana ka manawa, ano hoi ua hiki mai, e hoopuehuia kela mea keia mea o oukou ma kona wahi, a e haalele oukou ia’u e hookahi wale no; aole hoi au e hookahi wale ana, no ka mea, o ka Makua pu me au.


e hookahi wale no;

Spoken words are powerful things. One must be careful about what he says, especially what he says about himself, because his subconscious self is listening and will fulfill his spoken words. One should get into the habit of saying positive things about himself frequently so that these things are what manifest in his life, especially during those times when it appears that positive things are not manifesting. The subconscious self records everything, all sensory impressions, in thought form balls of aka substance. These thought form balls reside permanently in the subconscious’ mind self; therefore, each time one says a negative thing about himself, he adds to the pile, so to speak, of negative thought forms residing in his subconscious mind. Eventually, through sheer force of numbers of negative thought forms, the subconscious self begins to obey them and produces negative manifestations in the life of the conscious self. This is an example of sabotaging one’s self through the spoken word. Remember that the subconscious low self is accustomed to finding the match to the conscious middle self’s desire image. The same holds true for the conscious self’s spoken word. Whatever the conscious self says repeatedly about himself, good or bad, the subconscious self will obey and bring it to pass. Use this knowledge of the spoken word and the subconscious self to consciously plant positive thought form seeds in your subconscious mind so that your life is an ongoing fruition of good things. Each repetition of a positive statement out loud is a planting of a positive seed. Speak positive things about yourself regularly because your subconscious self is listening.

A child thinks differently from an adult. A child, especially a young child, stores verbal memories at face value. He does not “process” the words he hears by analyzing and interpreting them before releasing the information from his mind because his conscious mind has not yet developed the higher level thinking skills of reasoning and abstract thinking. A young child thinks in terms of actual objects and events; i.e., concrete evidence. He does not think in terms of ideas and generalizations. Hence, a young child, because he cannot reason things out is especially vulnerable to misinterpreting confusing words spoken in anger and directed toward him. These words, as unrationalized thought form memory balls, sink and lodge deep inside the subconscious mind causing trouble for the child for a lifetime unless the thought forms are removed. Therefore, be careful of what you say, especially to a young child whose reasoning faculties are not yet developed enough to defend himself against hurtful words which injure him psychologically for his lifetime.

Trouble causing thought forms can be destroyed in the subconscious mind by removing the vital force/energy feeding them. The removal of the vital force is done by speaking out loud to the subconscious self, repeatedly. Trouble causing thought forms, created by spoken words, are also destroyed by spoken words.


     Through the direct action of. (All memories are created through the direct action of the subconscious self from a visualization, actual or imaginary by the conscious self.).


     To make one. To resemble something else. (A memory is created by the subconscious mind self as a single thought form image ball of invisible substance (aka) resembling one memory image of the conscious mind, actual or imaginary; charged with mana water/vital force and attached to other related memory image balls in a cluster, like a cluster of grapes. Because all related memory images are attached to each other in a cluster, whenever any single memory image is “called up” by the conscious mind self, all the attached memory image balls are pulled up with it; which is why a flood of memories often surfaces in the conscious mind from a single memory recall.


     To cause to kill. To destroy. To cause to perish. (To destroy a trouble-causing thought form existing in the subconscious mind, vital force must be removed from the thought form.).


     A flowing away. (A draining of vital force from a thought form.).


     To pierce; to stab.


     To cut; to tear. To lacerate. (The subconscious self pierces and tears the “sack” containing the thought form memory image and its vital force. The vital force drains out of the sack; and the thought form memory image “dies” as result of the lack of mana water/energy; i.e., that memory no longer exists. It cannot be recalled by the conscious self. Had it been a trouble causing thought form, the trouble disappears.).


     To remove. (To destroy a memory, vital force must be removed from the thought form memory image ball.).


     Traveling food. (Traveling food is the symbol for transferring energy.).


     To finish or end a thing. (Each trouble causing thought-form image is encapsulated with a charge of mana “water”; i.e., the thought-form image is contained in a “sack” charged with vital force. The sack can be torn causing the mana water/vital force it contains to drain off, thus removing the energy necessary to keep the thought-form image alive. It is in this manner that the trouble causing thought form is destroyed, effectively ending those baffling and recurring “trip ups” one experiences throughout his life. The tearing of the sack is done by the subconscious self through a word/remark spoken out loud by the conscious self.).


     To purge. (To get rid of undesirable elements residing in one’s subconscious mind; i.e., the stumbling blocks/obstacles that prevent one from moving forward in life, one must remove those thought forms causing the trouble.).


     Fruits that grow in clusters, as grapes. Much fruit in one place. (Fruit clusters are symbolic of those thought-form image clusters, stored in the subconscious self, which have come to fruition; that is, caused a physical manifestation in the life of the conscious self .). To rip open. To dip or bail out water. (In order to eliminate undesirable physical manifestations from one’s life; those unexplainable troubles which have appeared in one’s conscious life, one must get his subconscious self to “rip open” the thought forms in its memory cluster and “bail out” the mana “water”/vital force from each of the thought forms in the memory cluster. Without vital force, the thought form images of the cluster “die” causing the unwanted physical manifestations to disappear from the conscious self’s life.).


    Small pieces of things. Crumbs. (Crumbs are symbols of thought forms.).The refuse or worthless part of a thing. (This refers to the remnants of the thought form sack after the vital force has drained out of it. The sack is now useless and therefore worthless.).


     A cause of offense by use of bewildering language. An entanglement of words. (Through the use of confusing words a psychological transgression is committed against another; that is, word traps, deliberately or unintentionally planted in a person’s subconscious’ mind entangle him such that he is continually “tripping himself up”. He is baffled as to why these trip ups happen and is unable to extricate himself from this condition; being totally unaware that the reason stems from trouble-causing thought forms existing in his subconscious mind.).


     A state of being or existing without qualification. (Trouble causing thought forms exist only because of the vital force keeping them alive. Remove the vital force and the trouble causing thought form dies.).


Forgetfulness of a thing. (Amnesia – when vital force is drained out of all thought forms in a memory cluster by the subconscious self, all of those related memory images are destroyed and the conscious self can no longer recall any part of the memory. Selective amnesia – when vital force is drained out of some but not all of the thought forms in a memory cluster, then the conscious self can only remember fragments of the memory.).


     A space between two objects. A space between two points of time.

(Alludes to energy transfer, see lele below, between two points with respect to distance and time; that is, the speed of energy transfer. The speed of energy draining out of a memory thought form determines how soon the memory is lost. If vital force is instantly and completely drained out of a thought form memory ball, then the memory image is destroyed instantly, completely,  and permanently. However; if vital force merely seeps out of the thought form, the memory image is lost gradually; that is, over time, the conscious mind is able to recall less and less of that particular memory. In other words, memory recall is fragmentary. Eventually, when the vital force is completely drained out of the thought form, there is a complete and permanent loss of that memory. The conscious mind self can no longer recall the memory. It is as if the memory never existed.).


     A contraction of lele.


To jump; to leap. (The jumping waves of moving energy. Energy is transferred in waves.).


     To be agitated, as the mind with joy or fear. (A trouble causing thought form is created when the mind is agitated through fear.).


     Seepage. To ooze out. (The seepage of vital force from a tear in the thought form sack.).


     Full of holes. Perforated. (Image of a thought form memory ball perforated by the subconscious self to release the vital force contained within it.).


(Love gives life within*)



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Copyright 2012 J.M. Higa