Huna Code in the Gospels : John 16:33 – I have overcome the world. (Ua lanakila wau maluna o kea o nei.)

 

 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.

I have overcome the world.

Ua lanakila wau maluna o kea o nei.

Ordinarily, before one petitions his Superconscious High Self for help in overcoming an adversary, he must first ensure that the shadowy spirit body of his subconscious low self is fully charged with vital force/mana “water”, (see lanakila, then u). The prayer petition is made in vain, (see ua), if the conscious middle self has not seen to it that its subconscious low self’s “battery” is fully charged before commanding the low self to send the thought-form prayer images up to the Superconscious High Self. Vital force must accompany each prayer petition. The first law is that all work  requires energy/vital force. No work can be performed without energy. Energy is the currency one must pay in order to get work done. One charges his subconscious low self’s “battery” with energy currency by performing the Ha Rite. (See previous post.).

There is; however, one kind of adversary which cannot be overcome by charging up the subconscious spirit’s “battery”. On the contrary, this type of adversary can only be overcome by doing the opposite; that is, by discharging the subconscious’ spirit battery of vital force through a fast. Adversaries of the spirit kind, or  vampire spirits, are able to stretch out a “hand” of aka or shadowy substance to pierce the shadowy body of their victim’s subconscious self; dipping into and drawing off the vital force/energy circulating within the spirit body of the subconscious low self, see o. When a great many vampire spirits are crowded about a person, parasitizing the subconscious self for vital force, a blockage occurs to the flow of vital force/energy so that energy cannot be transferred by the subconscious low self up to the Superconscious High Self, even though the conscious middle self has given it the command to do so. See ke, then a, then, keakea. The area of the liver is the seat of the subconscious low self. It is in the liver that the subconscious spirit self metabolizes glucose, an important energy source, and “manufactures” energy/vital force through the combination of glucose and oxygen during aerobic respiration. When one fasts, the amount of energy produced by the subconscious low self drops because one of the two energy generating components, glucose, is in short supply in consequence of the fast; therefore, the vampire spirits are left without the energy they need and can be starved out of a person. Jesus mentioned that one type of evil spirit could only be removed by fasting and prayer. See Matthew, 17:21. Note that while undergoing a fast for deliverance from vampire spirits, one must also pray to his Superconscious High Self.

Thus far, we have seen two types of blockages of vital force; one physical, the other spiritual, which prevent the Superconscious High Self from receiving the energy/mana “water” that It needs to use in answering the petitioner’s prayer request.

The first type of blockage of vital force, (see the post immediately preceding this one), is due to a physical cause; respiratory disease. Until respiratory diseases such as asthma are controlled or cured, those afflicted with respiratory diseases cannot take in enough of the oxygen required to release the surplus energy for transfer up to the Superconscious High Self. Two spiders, found in Hawaii, (see previous post), may in future, prove to have therapeutic value for respiratory disease applications. Likewise, another spider, the Papal Cross spider, Aranea Diadema, currently used in homeopathic medicine, may also be found to possess valuable therapeutic properties for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – COPD. COPD is a disorder in which the air passages of the lungs become narrowed; consequently, less air and therefore, oxygen enters the lungs, precipitating a drop in energy being released via aerobic respiration. This means that, for those individuals with lung diseases, there is little surplus energy available for transfer up to the Superconscious High Self for It to use in answering the petition for changes requested by the conscious middle self. This is one reason for the unanswered prayer because without energy, no work can be performed. This law applies to the spiritual realm as well as to the physical realm of human existence.

Spiders may one day play a pivotal role in medicines for respiratory disease applications  just as the living prehistoric spider, the Atlantic horseshoe “crab”, currently plays a crucial role in medical testing of pharmaceuticals for bacterial endotoxins as well as medical testing for a number of bacterial diseases.

The second type of blockage of vital force which prevents the Superconscious High Self from receiving the energy/vital force necessary for answering the conscious middle self’s prayers, is not due to a physical cause such as respiratory disease, but to a spiritual cause; i.e., vampire spirits who “dip” into the energy/mana “water” circulating in the shadowy body of the subconscious low self; feeding off the vital force produced by the low self in the liver. Due to sheer force of numbers, these parasitic spirits cause a blockage to the flow of energy circulating in the spirit body of the subconscious low self. The vital force, drained away by these spirits, is not available to be sent up to the Superconscious High Self with the prayer petition of the conscious middle self. If these vampire spirits have not been exorcised during the lifetime of the afflicted one, then at the time of his death, when the subconscious low and the conscious middle selves ascend to the Superconscious High Self, all the vampire spirits are pulled up out of the physical body with the ascension of the two selves, because the vampire spirits are attached to the aka substance network connected to the shadowy body of the subconscious low self. When these parasitic spirits reach the High Self, they are confined and bound with light by the High Self, (see naki). Emerging laser technology includes a device called a tetanizer, a non-lethal weapon that shoots ultraviolet or laser beams within which an electrical current is conducted that immobilizes people and animals by causing a sustained contraction of the skeletal muscles (not the heart muscles); in effect, a kind of binding using light. According to the Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus: As above, so below; i.e., whatever happens on the physical level of existence, also happens on the spiritual level and vice versa. We are now witnessing the birth of the means of binding earthly criminals using light. In the near future, our peace officers will use light to bind earthly criminals just as our High Selves use light to bind spiritual criminals.

The blockage of vital force caused by an invasion of vampire spirits can only be removed by an exorcism. The mechanism of the exorcism will be discussed in the next post, John 16:32 – Behold the hour cometh, …

 

Ua

       Vain; useless; to no profit. (It is useless for the conscious middle self to attempt to send a prayer to the Superconscious High Self without first charging up the spirit body of the subconscious low self with energy/vital force. Every prayer must be accompanied by energy for the High Self to use in answering the prayer.).

To wet. (To “wet” the prayer with mana “water”/vital force; that is, to charge the prayer with energy. Water is the symbol for vital force because, like water, vital force flows.).

U

       To be saturated or impregnated with anything. (To be fully charged with energy/vital force.). To drip or drizzle, as water. (The shadowy spirit body of the subconscious low self is so saturated, charged with vital force/mana “water” that it “drips”.

A

 

       Name of a large, white sea bird. (Symbol of the subconscious low self 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 low self spirit.).

Lanakila

       Defeat of an adversary. Conquering; prevailing; overcoming. (If one intends to pray to his Superconscious High Self for help in overcoming an adversary, he must first charge up the “battery” of his subconscious low self. See ua, then u.).

Lana

       Buoyant; floating. (The floating Superconscious High Self, The Light.).

La

       The sun or light. (Symbol for the Superconscious High Self.).

Na

       To gasp or half breathe, as a dying person. To be pacified. To enjoy respite from pain. (During the transistion of physiological death, the Superconscious High Self appears to the conscious middle self as a floating sun, giving peace and release from pain to the conscious middle self.).

 

Nana

       To view attentively. (Images of the people, places, and objects we are connected to stream before our view during the transition of death.).

Nanana

       To weave. (We are continually weaving our invisible web network of connections to people, places, and things.).

Nananana

       A spider’s web. (Image of the aka or shadowy substance, spider web-like network that connects us all to each other.). A picture; an image. (Images imprinted onto invisible aka subtance by our conscious minds are attached to each web “knot” person, place, or thing. Every person, place, or object we are “knotted” to within our own invisible web network, woven throughout the course of our lifetime, has images connected with it.

Kila

       Strong. Having superior force. (The Superconscious High Self employs energy/vital force that is superior in power to the power/mana of the conscious middle and subconscious low selves.).

Ki

       To squirt water. (Water is the symbol for vital force. To squirt water means to transfer vital force. Vital force transferred up to the Superconscious High Self by the subconscious low self is stepped up to a higher potency by the light of the High Self, just as light provides the energy to excite atoms to higher energy levels.).

La

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

Na

      Plural indicator for nouns. (The word na preceding a noun, pluralizes it.).

Ki

       The ti leaf plant,  Cordyline Terminalis.

       Name of a small bird. (A bird symbolizes a spirit. Na, above, with Kimeaning more than one or many “birds”; i.e., many spirits. Refers to the spirits attached to the invisible substance, aka, network connected to and surrounding the shadowy body of the subconscious low self.).

La

       The effects of the heat of the sun, a drought. (At the death of the physical body, the cord connecting the subconscious low self to its physical body is dissolved and the subconscious low self with its attached conscious middle self make the final exit from the physical body through the head, ascending to the Superconscious High Self, Light. When this event takes place, the production of vital force by the subconscious self ceases because there is no longer a physical body to take in and process oxygen and glucose, the two components necessary for releasing energy/vital force. This means that all vampire spirits attached to the network surrounding the newly disembodied subconscious self undergo a “drought”. Mana “water” or vital force is no longer available to them.).       

La

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

Naki

       To fasten; to tie around.

       To bind, as a criminal. To confine one, as if bound. (Vampire spirits are bound and confined with light by the High Self.).

La

       Light.

 

Alternate interpretation of lanakila. See roots: la, na, ki, la below. Also the root naki:

 

[La] – The effects of the heat of the sun. [Na] – To enjoy respite from pain. Also, plural indicator of ki. [Ki] the ti leaf. [La] – Heat. [Naki] – To fasten. To tie around. (In Hawaii, ti leaves are used in sunburn therapy. The broad, sword-like leaves have, as one of their properties, the ability to draw out excess heat from the body. In this therapy, the leaves are tied/bound around the sunburned areas of the body to provide relief from sunburn pain.).  

Wau

       To clean out, as the inside of a calabash. (The calabash is a symbol for the physical body as well as the spirit body of the subconscious self, depending on the context. “Cleaning out”  the inside of a calabash is a graphic analogy for an action performed by the Superconscious Self at the death of the physical body; that of drawing out the spirit bodies of the subconscious and the conscious selves from the physical body.).

       Wau is a coalescence of the emphatic o and au. Pronounced quickly, becomes wau. Hence,

O

       The effect for the cause. (The effect is the ascension of the subconscious and conscious selves to the Superconscious Self at death. The cause of the ascension is due to an action of mind of the Superconscious High Self. See au following.).

Au

       I, First person singular. (The Superconscious High Self designates Itself here.). An action of the mind. (An action of the mind of the High Self.). To turn the eyes to look at something. A series, succession, or train of thought. The time of one’s life. (Through an action of the mind of the High Self, one is caused to view the successive events of one’s lifetime during the transition of death.). To appear to go round and round; to seem to spin. A circular motion, such as caused by an eddy in an ocean. (In the invisible ocean above a dying person, a tornado-like vortex is set in motion by an action of mind of the Superconscious High Self. The spirit bodies of the subconscious low self and its attached conscious middle self, upon exiting the physical body, are caught up in this vortex, spinning upward to the High Self as an object spins upward when caught up in a tornado. To convey, as on a raft. (During the transition of death, the conscious middle self’s spirit body is conveyed upward to the Superconscious High Self on the spirit body of its subconscious low self as a person who rides on a raft. To accelerate the movement or action of. (The Superconscious High Self accelerates the rate of the vortical spin once the conscious and subconscious selves are caught up in the vortex. The bile of animals. (Bile aids in digestion/catabolism, which is the breaking down of complex food molecules into simpler ones with the release of energy.    

Au is a term that refers to places where food grows as opposed to kaha, places where it does not, as near the shoreline. “Food” in the Huna Code refers to vital force. The place where vital force /”food” grows is inside the spirit body of the subconscious low self for as long as it resides in the physical body; hence, “the place where food grows” is a reference to the spirit body of the subconscious low self. Although it is the function of the bile produced by the liver to break down complex food molecules into simpler ones to release energy, it is the subconscious self situated in the area of the liver, who drives this process of energy production. It is the consciousness responsible for “growing” vital force “food”. This is why, in the Huna Code, the subconscious self is sometimes referred to as a “garden” where “food” is grown.

Wa

       A period of time, such as the lifetime of a person. A space between two points of time. (A space between two lifetimes means that one lifetime preceded the other. The name for the Superconscious High Self is aumakua, or time parent, one who lived a long time ago. At the end of one’s lifetime, the gulf of space and time dividing the Superconscious Self from the conscious and subconscious selves is crossed over by the two lesser selves with the assistance of the High Self.).      

U

       To draw out. (The Superconscious High Self draws out the shadowy spirit body of the subconscious self and its attached conscious self from the physical body at death.).

Maluna

       Over, either as to place or office. (The usual location of the Super conscious High Self is above the conscious middle and subconscious low selves.).

Ma

       By means of.

Luna

       An overseer. A high place or seat. Above the height of a man’s head. (All above the height of a man’s head is said to be luna. All below the height of a man’s head is said to be lalo.).

Malu

       Overshadowed; protected. Watchfulness; care. Soaked in water. (To be “soaked in water” is to be provided with mana “water” or vital force. The Superconscious Self provides the conscious and subconscious selves with energy/vital force after the death of the physical body.).  

Na

       To gasp or half breathe, as a dying person.

See roots Ma, Luna, Malu, Na in that order.

Ma – By means of; Luna – an overseer in the high place above (the High Self); Malu – one is protected, watched over, and provided with energy; Na – at death.

Nana

       To see; to view attentively. (At death, one views the successive events of his entire lifetime.).

Nananana

       A species of spider. (See kea and keakea, below, for the type of spider.).

O

       Of. From one side to the other. (Refers to the transverse white lines of the Papal Cross on the dorsal side of the abdomen of the Papal Cross spider. See kea for a continuing description of this spider which may one day play an important therapeutic role in a medicine for respiratory diseases.).

Kea

       A cross. White. Thorax/Abdomen. (A white cross on the thorax/abdomen of the Papal Cross spider, Aranea Diadema, currently used in homeopathic medicine.). A tightness of the chest accompanied by difficulty of breathing. (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – COPD. In this disease, the air passages of the lungs become narrowed; consequently, less air and therefore oxygen enters the lungs, resulting in a drop in the amount of energy being released via aerobic respiration. This means that for those individuals with lung diseases, there is little surplus energy available to send to the Superconscious High Self for It to use in answering their prayer requests. No work, either physical or spiritual, can be performed without energy. The Papal Cross spider may soon be targeted for medical  investigation for  therapeutic applications for respiratory diseases.

[Nananana – A spider; O – of; Kea – the cross.]

Keakea

       An obstruction; anything blocking a pathway. (A physical blockage in the human body; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – COPD, an obstruction to the flow of air. Also, a spiritual blockage in the human body; vampire spirits obstructing the flow of vital force to the High Self.). In the form of several crosses. (Description of the Papal Cross spider; viz., one longtitudinal line composed of white dots running along the mid-dorsal side of the spider’s abdomen, and bisecting three transverse and diminishing white lines.).

Ke

       To fast. (To abstain from food completely.).

       To crowd together about a person.  To be intent upon.  (Image of many vampire spirits crowded around a person, intent upon sucking vital force from the spirit body of the subconscious self.).

Ake

       To desire. To pant after. (Image of vampire spirits “panting after” vital force produced in the livers of human beings and animals such as pigs.). The liver of an animal. (The area of the liver is the seat of the subconscious low self. It is in the liver that the subconscious spirit metabolizes glucose, an important energy source, and “manufactures” energy/vital force through the combination of glucose and oxygen. Vampire spirits need this vital force since their spirit bodies cannot produce any. Consequently, they steal it from the living.). To be willing. (To be willing to fast so as to starve out the vampire spirits, see ke above

A

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

O

       To stretch out the hand to take a thing. To pierce. To dip, as the fingers in a fluid. (The vampire spirit stretches out a “hand” of aka or shadowy substance to pierce the shadowy body of the victim’s subconscious low self, dipping into and drawing off the mana “water”/vital force circulating there.).

Nei

       To move, to be forced. (Vampire spirits are forced to move and seek out other victims from whom they can steal vital force when their “host” fasts, causing a “drought” of mana “water”/vital force.).

Ne

       To be cross, as when one is thwarted in his plans. To droop. To cry for food, as a child. To murmur; to talk low; to whisper, as ghosts do. (The angry vampire spirits, weakened from the “drought” of mana “water/vital force, in consequence of the fast, cry and murmur among themselves as they move en masse seeking other victims from whom they can steal vital force, (see nee.).

I

       To speak. To say within one’s self. (During the fast, one may hear the voices of the vampire spirits speaking inside of him.).

Nee

       To move off, as a mass of people. To move from one place to another. To move along horizontally. (The vampire spirits move out from the physical body when they can no longer obtain vital force from their “host” because of a fast.).

UA PAU

 

 

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