Huna Code in the Gospels : John 16:33 – that in me ye might have peace. (i loaa’i ia oukou ka maluhia iloko o’u.)

 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.

Ahuwale Ka Nane Huna*   (That Which Was Hidden Is Revealed.).

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.

that in me ye might have peace

i loaa’i ia oukou ka maluhia iloko o’u.

One who has trained his subconscious low self to help him enjoys more than ordinary luck or success in his life; in the obtaining of good things, circumstances, or conditions, (see loaa). Praise your subconscious self often as you would when encouraging a child.

One who is overshadowed/protected by his Superconscious High Self enjoys a life of abundance with peace (see malu and maluhia); a life blessed with good things; protected against care/ anxiety; free from harm of any kind. During calm and quiet moments, one should get into the habit of sowing thought-form “seeds” to ensure a steady supply of good “fruits” in one’s life. Envision the things, circumstances, or conditions one would like to see manifested in one’s life. Mentally create the thought-form “seed” picture of the desired thing, circumstance, or condition, then charge it with vital force by eliciting the emotion of love or joy from the subconscious self. Charging the “seed” with vital force gives it life and causes it to germinate, grow, and come to fruition; i.e., to manifest as an event in your life. Think carefully about the thing you wish to manifest before charging its thought-form “seed” with vital force; to be sure that you do not inadvertently manifest a “white elephant” in your life; that is, unintentionally produce a desired manifestation which is accompanied by undesirable things.

The coming to maturity or fruition of the “seed”; that is, the manifestation of the desired object, circumstance, or condition in one’s life will be prolonged if one consumes meat of any kind, including fish, or sea animals. This is because the consumption of meat thickens the vital force so that it does not flow easily through the spirit body of the subconscious self; causing it to become “waterlogged” and heavy. The heavy weight of itself is the burden the subconscious spirit must carry in its travels while outside of the physical body searching for the match to your thought-form desire picture. The search is slowed down because of this extra weight; as a result, the thing you desire is slow to manifest in your life. Your thought-form desire “seed” will be slow to fructify if you eat meat. Eating vegetable food keeps the vital force fluid and flowing easily through the spirit body of the subconscious self; allowing the subconscious self to travel lightly and swiftly in its search; hence, speeding up the manifestation of the desired object in your life. Eating vegetable food purifies and whitens the subconscious spirit, (see ai and aiai). Given that vegetable food is purifying, the implication here is that one who eats vegetable food is less likely to become diseased.

 

One who does not deliberately and regularly sow thought-form desire “seeds” in his subconscious low self’s “garden” body and cultivate his low self’s garden, does not reap the “fruits” of favorable life manifestations. His subconscious’ garden body is as a neglected plot of ground choked with weeds. Nothing good and useful grows to manifestation in anyone’s life until he deliberately sows thought-form seeds of desired things in his subconscious’ garden and cultivates it by removing the “weeds” of negative thinking; watering the thought form seeds and thought form “plants” regularly with vital force or mana water through positive thinking.

One’s power to create thought-form desire “seeds” and their resulting “fruits” or life manifestations is compromised by injury to the seat of thought; the fore part of the brain. One type of injury to the brain is caused by an infection of a worm-like bacteria, or spirochete, contracted from ponds such as the artificial ponds where taro is cultivated in Hawaii. This particular spirochete, or leptospire, gains entrance into the body when one swims with head immersed in water contaminated with the urine of infected animals such as the rat. Leptospirosis, or the invasion by leptospires, may also be contracted  when these organisms enter the blood through cuts or scrapes in the skin. The leptospire bacteria first make their appearance in the blood then in the brain of an infected person, causing life-threatening meningitis. Doxycycline is sometimes taken as a prophylactic measure in the event of a likelihood of exposure to this organism. Other worm-like infections dangerous to the brain may occur if one eats raw fish or raw meat.

When one is overshadowed by his Superconscious High Self; however, he is protected even to those things that threaten his ability to create the thought-forms necessary to communicate with his High Self; such as the worm-like leptospire bacteria that cause injury to the seat of thought, the brain, (see malu).

When one becomes adept at creating thought-form “seeds” which result in good “fruits” or favorable life manifestations, he may be tempted to “scatter seeds” or throw out thought-forms into his subconscious self in an attempt to create an abundance of good fruits for  himself. This action overburdens the subconscious low self and results in the lengthening of the time required for the seeds to bear fruit; that is, for the desired manifestations to appear in one’s life. When the manifestations finally do appear, they become entangled with each other as vines do when growing thick together and interfere with each other’s development so that little or no “fruits” are produced. The lesson here is to know when you have enough and be satisfied, (see hihi).

I

     To adopt, as a child. (Adopt your childlike subconscious self; treat it as though it were your child.). To beget. (Your chances to “beget” multiply with the help of your subconscious mind self.).

Loaa

     Luck; fortune; success; gain. To be obtained; to be found. A receiving; an obtaining; a getting; a possessing. Anomalous; deviating from the general rule. (You improve the chances of “obtaining” when you have the help of your subconscious self.).

Loa

To extend; to be long. Long; spoken of time, space, or measure. (Your subconscious self takes longer to manifest your desired object, circumstance, or condition if you eat meat of any kind.).

 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. And “fishing” the invisible seas of life for the match to the conscious self’s thought form image is an ability of the subconscious self.).

‘I

Contraction for ai.

 Ai

To eat; to consume food. Vegetable food, in distinction from ia, meat.

Aiai

Pure, as milk. To make white. Bright, as moonlight; fair; white. (Eating vegetable food purifies, whitens, and brightens the spirit body of the subconscious self.).

Ia

A fish; sea animals. Meat of any kind, in distinction from ai, vegetable food. (Eating meat of any kind burdens the subconscious’ spirit body causing it to work harder).

 Oukou

You. (The conscious mind middle self.).

 Ou

Yours; belonging to you. (Refers to you, the conscious mind middle self.). A word expressing command or permission. (Your one-word command releasing your subconscious self to go and fulfill the search for the match to your thought form desire image.). A parrot-billed bird. (A bird is a symbol of a spirit. The subconscious self is a spirit).

 Ouou

 Weak; debilitated. (Refers to the weakened condition of the spirit body of the subconscious self if one eats meat.). To be full of hard lumps, as poi not well pounded. (This is an image of the increased viscosity of vital force circulating in the shadowy body of the subconscious self when one eats meat. Just as blood becomes thickened in the physical body when one consumes meat, so does vital force become thickened in the spirit body of the subconscious self. This thickening overtaxes and weakens the subconscious self.).

 Uo

The soft fluidity of poi mixed thin with water and clear of lumps. (This is an image of the fluidity of the vital force when one eats vegetable food.).

 Kou

Of yours. (Refers to your subconscious self). To look about; to look here and there. (The subconscious spirit self searches for the match to your thought-form image of the object, circumstance, or condition that you desire to manifest in your life).

 Koukou

Waterlogged. Heavy, as a canoe which sinks in water instead of floating lightly. (Describes the “waterlogged” condition of the spirit body of the subconscious self when one eats meat. The subconscious’ spirit body, being heavy and sluggish, is prevented from floating lightly and swiftly in its travels outside of the body. This condition results in a lengthening of the time of the search for the conscious mind’s desired object.).

 Ko

To accomplish; to fulfill. To perform what has been spoken. (Be careful what you say. Your subconscious self accomplishes, fulfills your spoken commands.).

 Uko

An offering. (Vital force produced from food by the subconscious low self and continually offered to its attached conscious middle self).

 U

The breast of a female. (As the breast is the source of nourishment for an infant, so is the subconscious self the source of nourishment for its attached conscious self). To ooze or leak slowly, as water from a kalo patch. (Vital force produced from food by the subconscious low self, leaks slowly from its spirit body to “feed” its attached conscious middle self).

 Ka

To bail water, as from a canoe. (Vital force produced in the spirit body of the subconscious self becomes thickened when one eats meat. The greater viscosity of the mana water or vital force prevents it from flowing easily out of the subconscious self, resulting in a waterlogged condition of its “canoe” body which the subconscious self is forced to correct by “bailing water” out of itself so that it can float lightly while outside of the physical body).

 Maluhia

  A sense of the presence and power of the gods. To be at rest; to enjoy peace. Peace; quietness; safety. (The things one enjoys when overshadowed and protected by his Superconscious High Self).

Ma

To wear out, as a person engaged in too much business. (The conscious middle self wears out his subconscious low self when he creates too many thought-form desire “seeds” in an attempt to get his subconscious self to produce a “bumper crop” of “fruits” or manifestations).

 Lu

To sow, as grain. (Thought-form “seeds” sown by the conscious mind self in the “garden” mind of the subconscious self.). To drip, as water. (The continual dripping of mana water or vital force created by the “garden body” of the subconscious self keeps all thought form seeds “watered”. Both desirable as well as undesirable seeds are watered in the garden body of the subconscious self; therefore, one must be careful to “sow” only desirable thought form seeds in the subconscious mind and keep out the undesirable ones. In other words, one must persist in thinking positively, not negatively. If one persists in “watering” undesirable thought form seeds through negative thinking, then those are the ones which will germinate and grow to fruition in one’s life.). That which is thrown away or scattered. (Thought-form desire “seeds” flung and scattered by the conscious self in an attempt to get the subconscious self to produce a “bumper crop” of “fruits” or favorable life manifestations.).

Hi

To droop; to be weak. (The subconscious self is weakened when the conscious self gives it too many thought form “seeds” to bring to “fruition”; i.e., too many tasks or goals to accomplish).

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.  And “fishing” the invisible seas of life for the match to the conscious self’s thought form image is an ability of the subconscious self.).

 Hihi

Crowded. A thick growth of vegetation. To grow thick together. (An overgrowth of thought-form “plants” or maturing life manifestations; the result of “scattering” thought-form “seeds” in the “garden” body of the subconscious self in the hope of reaping a “bumper crop” of desirable life manifestations). The entwining of  vines. An offense. A cause of entangling. The consequence of this overgrowth of thought-form “plants” or maturing life manifestations is that the “plants” become entangled, hindered in their development, so that little or no “fruits” are produced. In this image, there is much vegetation but no fruits; a pictorial analogy of too many unproductive projects. To be satisfied; to have enough. (A lesson in greed; be satisfied when you have manifested enough “fruits” in your life).

Lulu

To sow or scatter, as grain. (The conscious mind self sows thought-form “seeds” in the subconscious mind self). Calm; still; without motion, said of wind or water. To be still; to be quiet. (The calm emotional state or “good internal weather” in which the conscious mind self can successfully sow thought-form desire “seeds” in the subconscious mind self. The “seeds” cannot be sown successfully in the subconscious mind when one is upset.). A calm spot of ground. (Refers to the “garden” body of the subconscious self when the internal “weather” is calm; i.e., when one is emotionally calm. This is the time when thought form desire seeds can be sown in the subconscious mind self.).

Malu

     To be fruitful; to be blessed. Quiet; without care or anxiety. Free from harm; safe. To be favored; to have many enjoyments and privileges. Overshadowed; protected. (One experiences all of these things when overshadowed and protected by his Superconscious High Self).

Hia

     A reflecting; the act of thinking. (The creation of a thought-form). To rub two sticks together to obtain fire. (The image here is that thinking is a process of “rubbing thoughts together” to produce the sparks of an idea.). Desire. (Thought-form “seed” images created by the conscious self should be pictures of what one desires to come to pass in his life; not, of the thing that he fears might happen). Roving. (Your subconscious self wanders around outside of the physical body searching for the match to your thought-form desire image). To entangle; to catch, as in a net. (When your subconscious self locates the match to your thought-form desire image or the “fish”, it entangles it with strands of invisible substance pulled from its spirit body much as a spider does when it catches its prey). The person who catches or entangles fish in a net. (The subconscious self is a “fisherman” who searches for a particular kind of “fish”; the “fish” that matches your thought-form desire image). To knot or fasten the meshes of a fish net; to form a network. (When the subconscious self entangles a new object or person with the invisible substance strands pulled from its spirit body, a new “knot” or link has been established in one’s own personal “fish net” or network.).

Maluhi

     Tired; slow; weary. (Description of an overworked subconscious self when its conscious self gives it too many tasks or goals to accomplish).

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 seas of life for the match to the conscious self’s thought form image is an ability of the subconscious self.).

To fail; to perish, as a person or thing. (When the subconscious self is overloaded with tasks, some of them will fail to be accomplished. Or, if the desired object is dangerous, one could lose his life when his subconscious self finally brings it to manifestation, see luhia, below).

Luhia

     A large fish of the shark family. (Some pursuits are dangerous. As a shark’s fin protruding above the surface of the water is a warning of the underlying danger, so is this image a warning to those who would create thought-form “seed” images to catch large and dangerous “fish”; that is, to pursue dangerous ambitions. Hunting dangerous fish; i.e., pursuing dangerous ambitions may cost one his life, see ma above).

Ma

     To wear out, as a person engaged in too much business. (The conscious middle self wears out his subconscious low self when he creates and “plants” too many thought-form desire “seeds” in an attempt to get  his subconscious low self to produce a “bumper crop” of “fruits” or life manifestations).

Luhi

     To labor severely so as to be oppressed. A heavy burden. (Refers to overburdening one’s subconscious self by giving it too many tasks, or, by eating meat). Requiring a long time to finish. (Overburdening  the subconscious self only prolongs the time of materialization of the desired object, circumstance, or condition in one’s life).

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 seas of life for the match to the conscious self’s thought form image is an ability of the subconscious self.).

Iloko

     Inside of; within. (In this instance, the inside of the human body).

Ilo

     Worms of various kinds. A body worm. (In this instance, the worm-like bacteria of the genus leptospira.).

Ko

     The sign of possession. (To be possessed of these worms.).

Iloilo

     To be wormy; full of worms. (Infection by the worm-like leptospirebacteria. The disease called leptospirosis).

Loi

     A water kalo patch; an artificial pond where kalo is cultivated. (The leptospire bacteria is found in ponds, water taro patches, and other small bodies of still, fresh water in Hawaii and elsewhere in the world).

I

In

Lo

The fore part of the head. (Where thought-forms are created).

Ko

     Contraction of kou. Your.

Lolo

     The brain of a person or animal. (In cases of leptospirosis, the worm-like leptospira bacteria can be found concentrated within the ventricles or fluid-filled pockets of the brain; that part inside of the human body most resembling the small bodies of still, fresh water in which the organism thrives). The seat of thought. Lying helpless. Crazy; insane. (This bacterial invasion into the part of the brain where thought-forms are created destroys one’s ability to create and charge thought-forms; one becomes helpless physically and mentally; unable to pray to his High Self for help. Hence, it is one’s duty to pray for others who cannot pray for themselves.).

I

To beget. A kind of fruit; the papaya. (One’s ability to “beget” “fruits” or create life manifestations is destroyed by an infection of the brain by the worm-like leptospire bacteria).

Loko

That which is within; applied to persons or things. (Leptospire organisms are found in small bodies of still, fresh water such as the water in taro patches in Hawaii. Once inside the human body, these organisms can be found in the blood and the brain.). A pond; a small collection of water. Quiet water surrounded by land. (This is the kind of body of water in which the worm-like leptospire organisms thrive).

Koko

The blood in the arteries and veins. (Leptospire organisms are found in the blood).

O’u

  Contraction for o au.

O

      Of

 Au

      To swim. (Leptospirosis can be contracted by swimming in pond water contaminated with the urine of infected animals such as rats).

Ka (To destroy; cause to perish). Ma (By means of). Luhia (A species of large shark). Ilo (Worms). Ko (Overpower). O (Traveling food; i.e., transferred energy.). Au (The gall of animals).

I.e., The worm-like leptospire bacteria is destroyed by the bile (transferred energy) in shark liver.

The next article in the series is a continuation of  John 16:33 –

In the world ye shall have tribulation:  –  Iloko o ke ao nei e loaa ia oukou ka popilikia:

This section discusses another kind of threat to the thought form communication between the conscious middle self and the Superconscious High Self. One’s power for creating thought-form image “seeds” and their consequent “fruits” is compromised not only by an invasion of the brain by various microorganisms but also by an invasion of the brain by entities of the spirit kind.

UA OLA LOKO I KE ALOHA*

Love gives life within

 

UA PAU

 

 

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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.

Copyright 2012 J.M. Higa