Huna Code in the Gospels : John 16:25 – These things have I spoken unto you in proverbs: (Ua olelo pohihihi aku au ia mau mea 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.

These things have I spoken unto you in proverbs:

Ua olelo pohihihi aku au ia mau mea ia oukou:

This entire passage emphasizes the importance of speaking to the subconscious low self correctly the first time you introduce an idea to it; otherwise, you will be faced with having to correct the botched speech. When the low self is confused by the words of the conscious middle self, it refuses to cooperate. Without the cooperation of the low self, achieving your objective becomes more difficult and/or takes longer.

The problem arises when one is unable to gain the cooperation of his subconscious low self in achieving an objective; when an attempt to reach a goal is thwarted because of a bungled speech to one’s low self. It is useless to expect the assistance from one’s subconscious self in achieving a goal unless one verbally conveys instructions to the low self in language that is easily understood by the low self. One must constantly keep in mind that the low self understands as a child does and phrase his speech accordingly.

When the conscious self is speaking to his subconscious self, the pictures in his mind must reflect his words. That is, he cannot be giving instructions to his low self orally while holding pictures in his mind of something entirely unrelated; he cannot be letting his mind wander. This confuses the low self who reacts by refusing to do anything and shrinking down to hide, see Ou below.

The low self, believing it has committed an offense against the middle self because of its refusal to act on order, will hide away inside the physical body to escape punishment. There is no cooperation from the low self when this happens. If you suspect that your subconscious self has hidden itself away, you must “pull” it up to find out what is bothering it. You need to talk to your low self as you would talk to a child, asking probing questions and being alert to the thoughts and feelings that surface in your conscious mind.  The optimum time to question the low self is during the night of the full moon; on a clear, unclouded night of the full moon, (see Aku below), when the moon’s gravitational force pulls on the spirit body of the low self, forcing it to rise up.

 On a clear, unclouded night of the full moon, the gravitational pull of the moon not only affects the physical Earth but also the spirit body of the hiding subconscious self in that the low self’s spirit body is pulled upward from its crouching position. As the spirit body rises up inside the physical body, it molds itself to the shape of the physical body, stretching to fit and cover the entire physical body as a garment does. Because all memories are stored in the spirit body of the subconscious low self, whenever the low self rises up inside the physical body, as during the time of the full moon, it brings up all the stored memory thought forms within it. With the rise of the subconscious low self, is the simultaneous surfacing of thoughts and/or feelings inside the mind of the conscious middle self. The conscious self should pay close attention to what surfaces in his mind at this time to see if he can discover what is bothering his low self.

In any event, whether the conscious self discovers what is bothering his low self or not,  the conscious self must now initiate a mind purge for his subconscious self. He must rephrase the original instructions to his low self in simple and clear terms, keeping in mind that the low self is like a child and can only understand in terms of concrete objects or events and cannot grasp abstract ideas. Treat your subconscious self as your child; i.e., lovingly. Praise and encourage it often.

As a current of water washes away undesirable elements in its path, so does a current of spoken words from the conscious self wash away undesirable words stored in a particular path inside the mind of the subconscious self. Spoken words from the conscious mind self, contain mana “water”/energy. The flow of mana in the flow of words from the mouth of the conscious self has the potential to wash away, to purge the confusing words stored inside the subconscious self. A psychological catharsis; a cleansing of emotional tension by a word purge inside the low self, must be performed in order to heal it and regain its cooperation. Like a child, the low self wants to please the middle self except when it receives conflicting or confusing information from the middle self.

If the conscious self perseveres in repeating his rephrased instructions to the low self, a spiritual law remains in force; the spiritual law of manifestation. On the other hand, if the conscious self gives up hope and ceases to talk to his low self and “water” his thought forms, there is an arresting of progress toward the goal. Hence, one must continue to talk to his low self and “water” the thought forms of his desired objective until it materializes in his life.

When one has a speech disorder, (see Uu below), and is unable to speak clearly to his subconscious self, he can mentally call his subconscious self by name and deliver a mental speech explaining the task it needs to accomplish, while simultaneously projecting pictures of the desired objective on the screen of his conscious mind. The mind of the conscious middle self is the projection screen where the images of the thought form goal are displayed repeatedly to the subconscious mind to teach it, to help it understand what is desired by the conscious self.)

 Ua

      Useless; to no profit. (A problem arises when one is unable to gain the cooperation of his subconscious low self in achieving an objective; when an attempt to reach a goal is thwarted because of a botched speech to one’s low self. It is useless to expect the assistance of one’s subconscious self unless one verbally conveys information in language that is easily understood by the low self. One must constantly keep in mind that explaining to the low self is like explaining to a child.)

 U  

     Unwillingness; not disposed to do.  (The subconscious low self is unwilling to act on the order of the conscious middle self because of unclear language, see pohihihi, below.)

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

Olelo  

     A speech. To converse. (The speech from the conscious self to its subconscious self.)

Ole

     To refuse. To not do a thing. (The low self refuses to cooperate with the middle self because of confusing instructions and questions from the conscious middle self.)

 Lo  

     The fore part of the head. (When the conscious self is speaking instructions to his subconscious self, the pictures in his mind must reflect his words. That is, he cannot be giving instructions to his low self orally while holding pictures in his mind of something entirely unrelated; he cannot be letting his mind wander. This confuses the low self who reacts by refusing to do anything.)

Lolo  

     The brain of a person or animal. The seat of thought. (The location where the thought form plan is constructed and charged with vital force by the conscious middle self.

O

      Traveling food. (Energy being transferred.)

Lelo

     The tongue. The rudder of speech in the mouth. (The tongue, being the rudder of speech in the mouth, transfers and steers energy through spoken words. Spoken words are energy-in-motion.)

Pohihihi

     Obscure, as language. Not plain. Puzzling, as a question. Entangled. (Refers to confusing instructions and questions delivered to the low self by the middle self.)        

Pohihi

     Confused. (The low self is confused by the middle self’s speech.)

Pohi

    To sink down; to settle away; to grow less.

Po  

    To be out of sight; to vanish. (When the low self is confused by the middle self, it  shrinks down to hide, see Ou below.)

Hi  

    To purge, as with a cathartic. (This is a psychological catharsis; a cleansing of emotional tension in the low self.)

     A flowing away; a purging. (Purging of confusing information inside the subconscious self.)

    To blow out with force any liquid from the mouth. (A liquid or water, in the code, is the symbol for mana “water”/vital force because like water, vital force flows. Water, blown out of the mouth with force, has the capacity to cleanse or wash away undesired elements; in other words, it has the potential for purgation. Spoken words from the mouth of the conscious mind self, contain mana “water” of a higher power than mana contained in the confusing words stored in the subconscious mind self. Therefore, the flow of mana, in the flow of words from the  conscious self, has the potential to wash away, to purge the confusing words retained in the subconscious mind self.)

Hihi  

    An entanglement of words. A cause of offense by using bewildering language. (The low self is offended by the middle self’s confusing speech to it.)

Aku  

    The name of the night when the moon is perfectly full. Spoken of the moon when fully up. Clear; unclouded. (The optimum time to discover if the subconscious self is  confused is the night of the full moon, when the moon is fully up and the sky is clear of clouds.)

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

Ku  

    To arise. To stand erect. To rise up to do a thing or for a specified purpose.

    To extend; to reach from one place to another. To fit, as a garment. To fit; to be like; to resemble. To be placed or set in a state or condition. (On a clear, unclouded night of the full moon (see aku above), the gravitational pull of the moon not only affects the physical Earth but also the spirit body of the subconscious self in that the low self’s spirit body is pulled upward from its crouching position. As the spirit body rises up, it molds itself to the shape of the physical body, stretching to fit and cover the entire physical body as a garment does.) 

Kuku  

     A rising or standing up.

    To rise up, as a thought in the mind. (Because all memories are stored in the spirit body of the subconscious low self, whenever the low self rises up inside the physical body, as during the time of the full moon, it brings up all the stored memories within it. With the rising of the low self, is the simultaneous surfacing of a thought in the mind of the conscious middle self.

     To be agitated; vexed; perplexed. (When a thought surfaces in the mind of the middle self accompanied by a feeling of confusion, this is an indication that something about the thought may be disturbing the low self.)

Kukuku  

     A rising, as of anger; mental tumult. (Whenever the low self is confused, it becomes angry. With the rise of the low self inside the physical body, emotional agitation and anger, surface and are felt by the conscious middle self.)

Kukukuku

    The name of a bird. (In the code, a bird is the symbol for the subconscious spirit.)

Au  

     A current. (As a current of water washes away elements in its path, so does a current of thought forms of the conscious mind wash away undesirable elements stored in a particular path inside the mind of the subconscious self.)

    An action of the mind. (The mind sets up a current of thoughts.)

     A series, succession, or train of thought or opinion. (The current of thoughts is comprised of individual and connected thought forms streaming through the conscious mind. The thought forms are not only linked as boxcars on a train are linked, but they are connected, related in idea also.)

    To yearn; to long for. To be fully engrossed; to be wholly bent on; to be fully engaged in a course of conduct. (A particular set of thoughts of the desired manifestation must be called to mind repeatedly to maintain the momentum of the thought form current.)

     A period of time, more or less definitely designated. A portion of time. (A designated period of time must be allocated for a subconscious mind purge. This means that the purge cannot be rushed.)

Auau  

    To wash, cleanse with water. (To wash away undesirable elements retained in the subconscious mind, the conscious mind implements a mind purge for his low self.)

A  

    To burn, as anger. (The subconscious self becomes angry when it is confused by the conscious self’s speech to it.)

U  

    To desire earnestly. To meditate on or contemplate. To purpose; to intend. (The task of the conscious mind self is to feed his desire; i.e., to meditate on it, to contemplate it, and most importantly, to determine to achieve his goal and take action towards it.) 

    To be saturated or impregnated with anything. (Whenever the conscious self feeds his desire, he saturates its thought form with vital force, thereby strengthening it.) 

Uu  

     A stammering; an impediment in speech. (For someone afflicted with a speech disorder such as stuttering, who is unable to speak clearly to his low self; and so is somewhat handicapped in his ability to train his subconscious self to pursue a course of action toward a goal, a solution is offered. See I below.) 

Ia

     A fish. (A fish is the symbol for the conscious self’s goal, objective, target.)

I  

    To designate the name of a person. To give an appellation. To address one. To make a speech to one. To say within one’s self. To adopt, as a child. (When one has a speech disorder, (see Uu above), and is unable to speak clearly to his subconscious self, he can mentally call his subconscious self by name and make a mental speech to it explaining the task it needs to accomplish. He must phrase the instructions in simple and clear terms, keeping in mind that the low self is a like a child and can only understand in terms of concrete objects or events. Treat your subconscious self as your child.)

A

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

Mau  

     Two or a couple. (The conscious mind self and its subconscious mind self are a close couple, being attached to each other.)

    To repeat often or frequently. (The middle self must repeat his instructions to his low self often.)

    To do over and over the same thing.

    To be soaked; to be watered. (As long as the conscious self keeps repeating the same instructions to his subconscious self, he “waters” those particular thought form seeds with vital force, strengthening them.) 

    To continue; to endure; to persevere.

    To remain in force, as a law or statute. (As long as the conscious self perseveres in repeating his instructions to the low self, a spiritual law remains in force; the spiritual law of manifestation.)

     A ceasing to flow; a stoppage; an arresting of progress. (If the conscious self gives up the goal and stops “watering” his thought forms with a flow of mana; ceasing to repeat his instructions to the subconscious self, then there is an arresting of progress toward the goal. You must continue to “water” the thought forms of your desired goal by talking to your low self until the objective materializes in your physical life.)

Mea  

     A visible or invisible substance.  A thing. An external object. A circumstance or condition.  A person.

     (A thought form seed, created in the conscious mind and planted in the subconscious mind, is an invisible substance that germinates into the plant; i.e., the physical manifestation of the desired object, circumstance, condition, or person.)

     To speak; to utter; to ask questions. Having the quality of obtaining or possessing something.  To cause to come to.

    (When the conscious middle self speaks repeatedly to his subconscious low self about the desirability of the objective, he causes the desired objective to come to him because the low self will move toward the goal.)

Ia  

    During the time that; as long as. (As long as he keeps up the speech to his low self, he keeps a spiritual law of manifestation in force and the desired goal continues to move closer until it finally manifests in his physical life.)

Oukou

    You. (You, the conscious mind self, must train your subconscious self by talking to it often.)

Ou  

    Name of a bird. (A bird is a symbol for the subconscious low self.)

    To commit a small offense.

    To hide away; to escape punishment for a crime. (If the low self believes it has committed an offense against the middle self, it will hide away to escape punishment. There is no cooperation from the low self when this happens.)

Kou  

    Yours. (Your bird; i.e., your subconscious self.)

Ko  

    Drawn; dragged; pulled. (If your subconscious self believes that it has offended you and has hidden itself away so that you are not able to gain its cooperation, you must “pull” it up. You do this on a clear, unclouded night of the full moon when the moon’s gravitational force pulls on the spirit body of the low self, forcing it to rise up. See Aku and ku above.) 

    To prevail, as one party over another.  To be fulfilled; to be brought to pass. (If you prevail, that is, overcome the resistance of the low self and gain its cooperation, your chances of achieving your objective quickly increase greatly.) 

    To obtain what one has sought after. To succeed in a search. (In order to succeed in a search, you must first obtain the cooperation of your subconscious self.

UA OLA LOKO I KE ALOHA*

(Love gives life within*)

UA PAU

(The End)

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