Huna Code in the Gospels : John 16:31 – Jesus answered them, Do ye now believe? (Olelo mai la o Iesu ia lakou, Ke manaoio nei anei 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.

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 31

 (IOANE, Mokuna 16 : Pauku 31)

 Jesus answered them, Do ye now believe?

 Olelo mai la o Iesu ia lakou, Ke manaoio nei anei oukou?

 If you wish to obtain counsel/advice from your High Self, you need to make a call to Your Super conscious High Self (The Light) who will come to you by invitation only. Invite your High Self to come and teach you, to give you advice, by reaching out your hand and calling out loud the name of your High Self. This act is done for the benefit of your low self; to alert it that you are taking action of some kind and not merely daydreaming so that it stands ready to obey your commands. You may hear a tinkling sound in response to your call. Your High Self will respond to your call. This is a promise. Call on either Jesus or your High Self to come to you. You attract the attention of the High Self when you make the call because your light, the aura or luminous radiation surrounding your head, leaps and jumps when you feel joy or fear. Just as movement attracts your attention, so does the movement of your aura attract the attention of your High Self.

When beginning a new project first draw a plan of what you want to accomplish. This helps you to visualize and to clarify the plan details. Reflect on the possible consequences of the plan to you as well as others as you create the thought forms of the plan. When you are satisfied with all aspects of the plan you must charge the thought forms with vital force. Visualize the picture forms well when charging them with vital force. You must supply enough vital force or mana to your thought form picture otherwise the plan picture dies. Call to mind the thought, plan, or idea for which you seek counsel from the High Self frequently. You charge your thought forms by calling your plan to mind frequently and meditating on it. If this is daydreaming, then daydreaming is a tool for making dreams into reality. 

Be confident that your thought form picture is real, not imaginary. Believe it to be true. Every time you do this, you “water your thought form seeds”, i.e., you charge them with vital force located in the fore part of your head, and strengthen them. The thought form seeds must be saturated with vital force as plant seeds are saturated with water. The seed picture forms must be “dripping wet” or completely saturated with vital force in order to germinate into the plant (your objective).

You, for your part as the conscious middle self, must observe a complete fast for the call to the High Self. A complete fast includes both animal and vegetable food. A partial fast, the abstention of meat of any kind. The code explains when a complete or partial fast is called for. At this point, the timing and duration of either type of fast have not yet been revealed.

If your High Self grants your petition It will supply you with the means to accomplish your goal. You, for your part, must first transfer to the High Self enough vital force to bring to pass what you desire or to obtain what you have searched for. It is important to provide enough mana/vital force to the High Self or your entire effort is in vain; i.e., the plan will not come to maturity (the fruit does not mature). For the discussion on how to supply the High Self with mana, see article John 15:05 – I am the vine, ye are the branches.

The spirit body of the subconscious low self is the medium that carries the conscious middle self’s thought forms, much as semen is the medium that carries sperm cells. On command from the conscious middle self, the low self, carrying the thought forms the conscious self is holding in “main memory”, leaps upward into the light body of the High Self and delivers the thought forms. The sequence of steps to get your low self to deliver the thought form prayer into the High Self is as follows:

  1. Say the name of your subconscious low self. 
  2. Explain that at your signal it must leap upward into the High Self and deliver the picture forms you are currently holding in your mind into the High Self waiting above. Your speech to the low self must be clear and should elicit an emotion; in this case, joy, in order to induce the low self to act. 
  3. Give the signal or command word. If your low self obeys your command, it will leap up into the High Self and deliver the thought forms.
  4. Your call to the subconscious self is now finished.
If you suspect that you may be close to achieving your objective, yet seem to be blocked somehow, consider the possibility that the reason may lie on the subconscious level; that there is insufficient energy being expended toward the goal by the subconscious self. To correct this condition, one needs to call the subconscious self by name and make a speech to it explaining the desirability of attaining the goal (the pep talk) and finally, one must give the low self the order to go “hook the fish”; i.e., “catch” the objective. Hopefully, the result is that your objective suddenly manifests in your physical life.
In this discussion, it is clear that all three selves have a part to play in creating the conditions desired by the conscious middle self. All three selves must act as one and the conscious self is the director.
Olelo

       An address. To give a name. (It is necessary to address your High Self by name.) The tongue. To say; to talk. To converse. A speech. (When making the prayer to the High Self one must speak the prayer out loud.) To call; to invite, to teach. Advice; counsel; plan. (To receive counsel from the High Self, one must call and invite It to teach you. Your High Self will give you the advice you seek and will counsel you on how to achieve your goal if It consents to your request. Promise. (This is a promise.)

Ole

       In vain. (The prayer to the High Self is made in vain unless the thought forms of which the prayer is composed are charged with mana/vital force/energy. See o below.) The want; the lack. (Lack of energy or vital force.) To cease to exist. (Without an energy charge to each thought form, the prayer cannot exist.)

Lo

       The fore part of the head. (Location where the thought form prayer is charged with energy.)

O

       To call for a thing desired. To call loudly to. To reach out, as the hand.(Stretch out your hand and call out loud the name of your High Self when attempting to make contact with your High Self.)

       A place, but indefinitely. (Your High Self does not remain at a fixed location above you, but floats about from place to place, on call for you always.)

       To answer to a call. A tinkling sound. (You may hear a tinkling sound in answer to your call.)

       Traveling food. (In the code, food is energy and traveling food is transferring energy. Thought forms cannot exist without energy transferred to them by the low self.)

Le

       A contraction of lele. (See lele below.)

Lele 

       To depart from one. (Your subconscious low self exits through the fore part of the head when departing the physical body. See lo, above.) To move, as a meteor through the air. An altar for sacrifice. (After exiting the fore part of the head, the low self moves upward through the air to enter into the High Self and land on the “altar for sacrifice” inside the High Self. This is the place where the prayer is offered with the accompanying sacrifice of mana/vital force.)

Lelele 

       To light on something above. (The subconscious low self, carrying the thought forms of the conscious middle self, lights on the “altar for sacrifice”, (see lele above), inside the Super conscious High Self who is waiting directly above the physical body.) To be agitated, as the mind with joy or fear. To move about irregularly. To leap; to jump; to hop. (When the mind is agitated, as with joy or fear, the aura or luminous radiation surrounding a person’s head begins to move in jumps, hops. This attracts the attention of the High Self. Therefore, when one calls to the High Self, one could be feeling either joy or fear in order to cause his aura to “jump and hop”.)

Lolo

       The seat of thought. The brain of a person or animal. (This is where thought forms are created and charged with vital force.)

Lololo

       To think; to reflect; to reason; to turn over in one’s mind. (When creating thought forms one must be careful to use reason; to think and reflect carefully before releasing the thought form to the High Self.)

Mai

       Motion towards a person, place, or thing. Near to. (Before making the prayer to the High Self, you must get the High Self to move towards you, to be near to you.)

Maimai

       To call one to come or invite towards one. (It is necessary to call to the High Self, inviting It to come towards you.)

La

       Light. (In the code, the High Self or Super conscious Self is referred to as The Light.)

Lala 

       To begin a work. To draw a plan of what is to be done. Consecrated; set apart for a particular purpose. The shining of light on a smooth surface. (When beginning a new project, first draw a plan of what is to be done. The plan is created for a special purpose; to present it to the High Self. Light is the symbol for the High Self. The shining of light on a smooth surface is a pictorial representation of the High Self reviewing your plan.)

O

       To call for a thing desired. To call loudly to. To reach out, as the hand.(Stretch out your hand and call out loud the name of your High Self when attempting to make contact with your High Self.) To answer to a call. A tinkling sound. (You may hear a tinkling sound in answer to your call.)

Iesu

       Jesus. (Call to Jesus as you would call to your High Self.)

Ia

       To enter; to be received. (Call to your High Self or Jesus to enter into you. There are situations when you would want either Jesus or your High Self to enter into your body, not just anchor above you.)

Lakou

       They. (Your High Self and Jesus will supply you with the means to accomplish your plan if they consent to your petition. Your petition may not be granted.)

Lako

       To be supplied with the means of doing a thing. To supply what is wanting. (This refers to the help given to you by your High Self if It consents to your petition.)

U

       To be impregnated with something. (To be filled with The Light when your High Self enters into you.)

La

       Light. (In the code the High Self is referred to as The Light.)

Kou

       Your. (Your High Self, the Light, enters into you by your invitation only.)

Ko

       To be fulfilled. To be brought to pass. To obtain what one has searched for. To perform what has been spoken. To put a law in force. (Your High Self causes your petition to be fulfilled; your request to the High Self is brought to pass according to your spoken words. A spiritual law is put in force.)

Ke 

       Fast. To abstain from food. To be intent upon. To push forward in anything. (You, the middle conscious self, must do your part by being intent upon accomplishing your goal and by undergoing a complete fast. The timing and duration of the fast have not yet been revealed.)

Manaoio

       Faith. To believe; to have full confidence in. To think to be true. (The conscious self must have faith in his plan; he must believe in its reality despite outward appearances.)

Manao

       To think of; to call to mind; to meditate on. To believe as true. (The conscious self must call his plan to mind frequently; meditating on it, believing it to be true. Every time he does this, he feeds his thought form plan by charging it with vital force. See mana, below.)

Io

       True; real; not imaginary. (The conscious self must believe that what he envisions is real and not imaginary.)

Mana

        Power. Able to produce effects. To feed from the mouth. A mouthful of food. (A mouthful of food is symbolic for a charge of energy. Each thought form, at the moment of creation, must be “fed” a charge of energy to give it the power to produce effects.)

Oio

        A species of bone fish esteemed as a game fish. (A fish is a symbol for the target one is aiming for; i.e., the goal. A type of fish esteemed as a game fish is a metaphor for an especially desired objective.)

Nei

       This place or time. (Now, the present moment.)

Anei

       In or at this place. During the present time or period. (Because the subconscious self lives perpetually in the now, it begins to execute all of the conscious self’s commands immediately unless there is a hidden complex in the subconscious self.)

Ane

       To be close to doing a thing but not quite there. With difficulty. (If you see that you are close to achieving your objective yet you seem to be experiencing difficulty in reaching it, consider the possibility that more subconscious energy might need to be applied to your situation. See I below on how to do this.)

Aneane

       To be almost at a place. (Close to achieving an objective.) Lack of food. To be exhausted, as with hunger. (Food, in the code, is a symbol for energy. Lack of food; therefore, means lack of energy. In this scenario where one is close to achieving a goal but is having difficulty reaching it, there is insufficient energy being expended toward the goal on the subconscious level (see aa, below).

I

       To give the name of a person. To make a speech to someone. To say within one’s self. To say a single word, as a signal. (To correct this situation, one needs to call the subconscious self by name and make a speech to it explaining the desirability of attaining the goal (the pep talk) and finally, one must give the order to go “hook the fish”; i.e., “catch” the objective.)

Aa

       A person unable to speak; a dumb person. (The subconscious self is the self who cannot speak. The conscious self is the self who speaks. The Super conscious Self is the self who speaks silently.) A kind of bird that hunts fish. (In the code, a bird is the symbol for a spirit. A bird that hunts fish is symbolic for the subconscious spirit that seeks the person, place, or thing its conscious self has ordered it to locate. To send love in compliment. (One sends love to his subconscious self when attempting to get its cooperation to “catch the fish”, i.e., reach the objective.)

Nei

       To move with energy. To rush. (After you deliver your “pep talk”, with love, to your subconscious self, it should then sprint through the last lap to the finish line; i.e., your target. The result is that your objective suddenly manifests in your physical life.)

Oukou

       You. (The conscious mind self.)

Ou

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

Kou

       To look; to look about; to look here and there. (Your subconscious self searches for “the fish”; i.e., the person, place, or thing you have ordered it to locate for you.)

Ko

       To obtain what one has sought after; to succeed in a search. (Your subconscious self will succeed in locating your target provided it is fully charged with vital force. See U below.)

U

       To drip, as water. To be impregnated with something. (Water, in the code, is vital force, because like water, vital force flows. To be impregnated with something is to be fully charged with mana/vital force.)

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.