Huna Code in the Gospels: John 16:25 – when I shall no more speak unto you in proverbs, (aole au e olelo pohihihi hou aku ia 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 25

Ioane, Mokuna 16, Pauku 25

These things have I spoken unto you in proverbs: but the time cometh, when I shall no more speak unto you in proverbs, but I shall shew you plainly of the Father.

 Ua olelo pohihihi aku au ia mau mea ia oukou: e hiki mai no ka manawa, aole au e olelo pohihihi hou aku ia oukou, aka, e hoike akaka aku au ia oukou i na mea o ka Makua.

when I shall no more speak unto you in proverbs,

aole au e olelo pohihihi hou aku ia oukou,

The purpose of this passage is to instruct the student in how to get a subconscious low self to obey the commands of the conscious middle self. When a speech by the middle self fails to get a low self to accomplish a given task, the middle self can use a behavior modification technique of the kahunas to get the low self to perform. This treatment is done at the time of the full moon and involves getting the low self spirit to stand up inside the physical body. The time of the full moon is the optimum time to get the subconscious low self to stand inside the physical body because the gravitational force of the full moon exerts a pull on the spirit body of the low self causing it to rise up from its sitting position and stand erect. A standing posture, because it is conducive to heightened attention, promotes the receptivity of the commands contained in the speech made by the middle self.

There is another more important reason for getting the low self to stand up inside its physical body “case”. When the low self is pulled upward by the moon’s gravitational force, its spirit body rises up head first to fill the standing physical body case. The spirit head ascends into the head of the physical body and is encased in it; just as a deep sea diver’s head is encased in his diving helmet. As the diver’s forehead is aligned with the forehead part of his helmet, so is the low self’s spirit forehead aligned with the forehead of the physical body. The kahuna knows when the alignment of the foreheads has taken place because he sees the low self’s spirit head protruding beyond the boundary of the physical head. When the kahuna sees that the alignment has occurred, he delivers the speech containing the commands to the subject whose low self is being treated; places his hand on the forehead of the subject; and projects a charge of vital force through the forehead. Because both the spiritual and physical heads are aligned, the charge not only passes through the forehead of the physical body but through the forehead of the spirit body of the low self as well. The charge of vital force shocks the low self into obedience to the middle self. Any resistance which the low self may have had to the middle self’s commands is overcome. This is a type of behavior modification therapy used by the kahunas to eliminate an undesirable behavior in the low self; in this case, the low self’s refusal to obey the commands of the middle self. The shock is the stimulus “to get it going”. )

In summary, because the recalcitrant low self is occasionally not inclined to obey the commands of the middle self, it may be necessary to use a kind of shock therapy to get its cooperation. The ideal time for the “shock treatment” is during the time of the full moon, when the moon’s gravitational effect creates the condition under which the low self may be influenced (see ku below).

Aole

                 To not; not to do. Not to be; no existence. (If the conscious middle self attempts to get his subconscious low self to perform a particular task but fails to provide the necessary vital force, then the entire attempt is in vain, see ole below. The middle self must transfer sufficient vital force/mana to the low self or nothing happens.

Mana or vital force is the virtue that flowed out of Jesus into the woman who had had an issue of blood for twelve years. Mark 5:30. Vital force always flows from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration. The woman, who had been losing blood for a long period of time, was in a state of low energy; hence, energy flowed from Jesus into her and she was healed.

A

Name of a 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 desire image (the fish) is an ability of the subconscious low self spirit.)

Ole

The lack; the destitution of a thing. (The lack of mana/energy.)

                 In vain. (In the spirit world, just as in the physical world, any attempt to accomplish something without providing the required energy is an attempt in vain.)

O

Traveling food. (Food, in the Code, is the symbol for energy. Traveling food; therefore, is transferring energy.)

To stretch out, as the hand. (To stretch out the hand to project vital force into the subconscious self; i.e., to transfer energy from a conscious self into a subconscious self.

Le

  A contraction of lele, below.

Lele

To burst forth; to leap; to jump. (Energy leaps from the outstretched hand, see o above.)

Ao

Light. (Light, in the Code, is the symbol for the High Self.)

To teach; to instruct.

         Knowledge

World; realm. (The High Self will instruct the student in the knowledge of the realm of the subconscious self and energy transfer. A is the subconscious self and o is energy transfer. See A and o below.)

To regard with reverence; to obey. (The student should regard this teaching with reverence and obey the instructions of his High Self.)

To charge strictly. (The High Self imposes a duty on the student(s) of the Huna Code.)

Instruct in one’s duty or conduct. (The High Self will instruct the student as to his duty or conduct.)

To warn. To try one’s conduct or fitness for a duty.  (The student is warned that he will be tested as to his fitness for this duty.)

                To learn to do a thing; to learn, to study, as a language. (The High Self exhorts the student to study, to learn the Hawaiian language.)

                To try to do a thing to ascertain whether it can be done. (The student should try to do what his High Self instructs him to do.)

In this one word, ao, the High Self delivers a message to students of the Code.

Lele

  To land or go ashore from a canoe or ship. To jump off, hence to land. (To disembark into a country.)

When one embarks on the journey into the world of the subconscious self, he leaves his familiar surroundings for a totally unfamiliar one; hence, this image of someone disembarking from a ship with its familiar environment to land onto new and strange territory, see Au and E below.

Au

A territory. (The realm of the subconscious self.)

                A term representing all places where food grows. (In the Code, food is a symbol for vital force. The spirit body of the subconscious self is often referred to as a “garden”, the place where food grows; i.e., the place where vital force is produced. Hence, the subconscious self’s “garden” is the territory or strange country into which the conscious mind self ventures, see E below.)

Current; to flow as a current. (Vital force flows as a current.)

The gall of animals. (The plural form of this word, naau, refers to the gut and is synonymous with uhane, the spirit of a person; i.e., the subconscious self. In Polynesia, a belief exists that the gut is the seat of the subconscious self.) 

A

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

U

Impregnated with anything. To drip or drizzle, as water. (Water, in the Code, is another symbol for vital force, because vital force flows like water. The spirit body of the low self (symbol – white, sea bird) is so saturated with vital force that it drips. Because it is saturated with vital force, the spirit body is also referred to as a tide body. Like a body of water, it advances and recedes according to the gravitational force of the moon.)

E

Strange. To enter, as into a country or city. (To enter into the strange realm of the subconscious spirit.)

Olelo

A speech. (The way to gain access to the realm of the subconscious low self is through a speech made by a conscious middle self. Before the conscious self can deliver the speech; however, he must first get the attention of the subconscious self. The optimum time for this is during the time of the full moon, see aku below.)

O

Traveling food. (In the Code, food is another symbol for vital force. Traveling food is vital force being transferred.

                To stretch out, as the hand. (To stretch out the hand to project vital force into the subconscious self; i.e., to transfer energy into the low self via an outstretched hand.)

                To pierce.  (The stream of energy projected from the conscious self’s outstretched hand penetrates the subject whose subconscious self is being treated, see Lo below.

Lele

To burst forth; to leap; to jump. (The energy stream bursts from the kahuna’s outstretched hand, see o above.)

Lo

The fore part of the head. (The stream of energy projected through the hand penetrates the forehead of someone whose subconscious self is being treated.)

Lelo

    The tongue. (The chief organ of speech, the tongue is the key to opening the door into the mysterious realm of the low self.)

Pohihihi

That which is obscure or mysterious. (Reference to the realm of the subconscious spirit.)

 Pohihi

   Intricate. (Characterizes the complex interrelated branch-like network, see hihi below, for delivering vital force throughout the spirit body of the low self.)

Pohi

To sink down; to grow less; to settle away. (The habitual behavior of the low self is to sink down, shrink, and settle away inside the physical body, in the area of the gut.)

Po

To be out of sight. (Normal state of the low self; hidden away inside the physical body “case”.)

Hi

A hissing sound, as the rapid flow of a liquid. (The sound of the flowing of vital force throughout the circulatory system of the spirit body of the low self.)

Hihi

To branch or spread out, as vines, or as the limbs of a tree; to grow thick together. (Description of the vital force circulatory network inside the spirit body of the low self.)

Hou

To thrust, as the hand into a hole. To reach after. To draw out. (Pictorial representation of the act of going after and pulling up the subconscious low self from its entrenched position inside the gut. In order to get the attention of the low self, the conscious middle self must pull up the low self and get it to stand inside the physical body “case”, see u below.)

Ho

To breathe hard. To cry out in a clamorous manner. (When one addresses the low self, he first breathes hard then calls out the name of the low self in a loud voice.)

U

To draw out, as an object from its case. To protrude. (The spirit body of the low self is able to completely draw itself out from the physical body “case” but remains attached to it via a cord. When the low self spirit stands erect inside the standing physical body, its spirit body protrudes beyond the boundary of the entire physical “case”.)

The spirit body of the low self is an exact replica of the physical body. Every member of the physical body has its duplicate in the spirit body of the low self. Hence, the spirit body also has a head. When the spirit head is encased inside the physical head, the spirit head protrudes beyond the boundary of the physical head.

Aku

                 The name of the night when the moon is perfectly full. Clear; unclouded; spoken of the risen moon. (The time of the full moon is the optimum time to influence the low self. The ideal conditions are when the moon is at its fullest and the night sky is clear of clouds.)

A

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

Ku

To stand. To arise; to rise up, as from a sitting posture. To be placed or set in a state or condition. (Due to the gravitational force of the full moon, see aku above, the spirit body of the subconscious low self is pulled up from its sitting position inside the gut to stand erect inside the physical body. The standing posture is the necessary condition which must occur before the kahuna can discharge vital force into the low self.)

                To rise up to do a thing or for a specified purpose. (The specified purpose, in this instance, is to discharge vital force into the mind of the low self.)

Ia

To enter; to be received. (In order to be received into the mind of the subconscious self, the conscious self must first make a speech to it, see I below.)

I

                To make a speech to one. To say within one’s self. (Before attempting to make the speech to the subconscious self, the conscious self must first get it to “stand at attention”, see ku above.)

A

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

Oukou

You. (The conscious middle self.)

Ou

Yours. (Your subconscious self.) To lean on something. A float. (The spirit body of the conscious self floats on the spirit body of its attached subconscious self.)

Ko

To draw or drag, as with a rope. (The spirit body of the conscious self is connected to the spirit body of its subconscious self by a cord. The subconscious spirit, being mobile, “drags” its conscious self’s spirit body wherever it travels, including outside of the physical body “case”.)

                To prevail, as one party over another. (The conscious self prevails over any resistance offered by the subconscious self through a discharge of vital force into its spirit head.)

                To perform what has been spoken. (The low self performs what has been ordered by the middle self after receiving the charge of vital force.)

U

Unwillingness; not disposed to do. (Like a child who refuses to obey his parents, the low self is often not inclined to obey the commands of the middle self.)

O

Traveling food. (Food, in the Code, is one of the symbols for energy. Traveling food; therefore, is an energy transfer. In this instance, the energy transfer is accomplished through a discharge of vital force into the subconscious self from the hand of the kahuna.)

Uko

 Fulfilled.  (The low self obeys the command of the middle self. It fulfills its task after receiving a charge of energy.)

When the low self refuses to obey the commands of the middle self, the resistance can be overcome by sending a charge of energy into the low self through a hand rested on the forehead of the subject being treated. Before the “shock treatment”; however, the low self’s spirit head must first be “encased” inside the physical head.)

U

To be tinctured or impregnated with anything. (The low self is charged with vital force projected from the hand of the kahuna .)

 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.