Huna Code in the Gospels : John 16:33 – These things I have spoken unto you, (Ua olelo aku au ia oukou i keia mau mea,)

 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.

These things I have spoken unto you,

Ua olelo aku au ia oukou i keia mau mea,

On a clear, unclouded night of the full moon meditate on the thing that you desire or the course of action you wish to pursue and make ready the prayer you will voice out loud three times to your High Self. When the full moon is completely up, call your High Self by name out loud and speak the prayer to your Higher Power using words that have a double meaning. Seek advice from your High Self as to whether the thing that you desire is right for you to have or whether the course of action you wish to pursue is the correct thing for you to do. Invite your Higher Power to come and counsel you at this time. Your High Self will not violate the law of free will; therefore, if you do not invite your Higher Power to come and counsel you, It will not act. Your High Self may deny your petition, depending on your motives, your intentions. If your petition is granted, your High Self will help you to obtain the thing that you seek. At your call your Superconscious High Self answers with a tinkling sound, like that of a small bell; descends, aligns, and anchors  above your head; letting down an extension towards your physical  head; thus positioning Itself to receive and connect to the upward extension or amoeba-like protrusion from your subconscious low self. Thus the creation of the “pipe” or conduit through which the current of vital force containing your thought-form  desire image balls crosses over the gulf of space that exists between your physical body containing the conscious and subconscious spirits and the light body of your Superconscious Spirit.

Ua

       1.   Rain.

Just as the precipitation of rain , a process of the water cycle, is dependant upon evaporation, so is the rain of blessings from the High Self dependant upon the sending up of the mana “water”/vital force by the low self.

       2.   In vain; useless; to no purpose. (A prayer by the middle self to the High Self without the sending of mana by the low self is a prayer made in vain; it is useless).

U

       1.   To desire earnestly. (To create your thought-form, visualize the thing you desire to come to pass, not the thing you fear).

       2.   To purpose; to intend. (Hold in mind the intention to achieve a particular goal even though you do not yet have a plan on how to go about it. The intention charges the thought form seed of the objective with vital force, keeping the seed alive.).

       3.   To meditate on or contemplate.  (Reflect on the desired objective frequently to keep its thought form seed charged with vital force.).

       4.   Grief; sorrow; expression of affection. (Strong emotion automatically charges the thought-form seed(s) with vital force).

       5.   To be saturated or impregnated with anything. (A thought-form seed fully charged with vital force/ mana.).

A

       Name of a small fish. ( A fish is a symbol for an object of desire.).

Aa

       1.   A small person. (Refers to the subconscious low self).

       2.   Offspring. (Your subconscious self is like a child and should be treated as such).

Olelo

       1.   To give a name. (You must give a name to your subconscious self as well as your Superconscious Self. ).

       2.   To speak; to say; to converse. (You must speak out loud to your subconscious low self as well as your Superconscious High Self.).

       3.   In a verbal manner; orally. (You must make an oral speech to your subconscious low self as well as your Superconscious High Self.).

       4.   To call; to invite, as to a feast. (You must invite your High Self to come and counsel you. It does not override the law of free will).

       5.   Counsel; plan; promise; an address. (Counsel is promised by your High Self when you make a petition to It.).

Ole

       1.   To deny; to refuse; to make void. (Your High Self may deny your petition, depending on your motives).

       2.   Deficiency; failure; want; lack. (Lack of sufficient vital force or mana results in the failure of the prayer).

       3.   To cease to exist. (A thought-form seed of the desired objective dies without vital force).

       4.   Applies to four days in the month  when it is not safe to go to sea because of high surf caused by high tides. (This is the time of the full moon, when the tides are high; the most favorable time to make the prayer to the Superconcious High Self because the “tide” body of the subconscious low self is pulled higher because of the gravitational force of the moon. The spirit body of the low self is closer to the Superconscious High Self during the time of the full moon making it easier for the low self to connect to the High Self).

       5.   Name of a kind of fish. (A fish is a symbol of the desired objective for which the petition is being made.).

Lo

       The fore part of the head. (This is the location where thought-forms are created and from which they ascend to the High Self.).

 Lolo

       1.   The brain of a person or animal.

       2.   The seat of thought. (This is where the thought-form is created and charged with vital force).

Lololo

       1.   To think; to reflect; to reason; to turn over in one’s mind. (To keep the thought form of the desired object charged with vital force.).

O

       1.   To call for a thing desired. (To call your High Self for assistance in achieving a desired objective.).

       2.   To answer to a call. (Your High Self answers your call).

       3.   The effect for a cause. (The response by your High Self to your petition).

       4.   Traveling food. (Mana, or vital force “food”, must always be supplied to the High Self when making a petition.).

 

Lelo

       1.   The name of a fish. (A fish is a symbol of the desired object. The desired object, even as a thought form “seed”, has life and like a fish, will die without a regular supply of  vital force/mana “water”).

       2.   The tongue. (The prayer to your High Self must be spoken out loud).

       3.   Persons speaking different languages. (It does not matter if  the prayer to the High Self is spoken in different languages because the thought-form pictures accompanying the prayer will be similar enough to convey the message to the High Self of what is wanted.).

 O

       A place, but indefinitely. (The place of the Superconscious High Self is not a fixed place as the High Self accompanies you where ever you go.).

Le

       A contraction of lele.

       1.   To fly; to jump; to leap. (The subconscious spirit exits the physical body to leap up to the Superconscious Spirit.).

 Lo

       The fore part of the head. (The subconscious self begins its exit from the fore part of the head when leaving the physical body to leap up to the Superconscious Self.).

 Oleole

       To fit two pieces together. (Refers to the connecting of the upward extension from the subconscious self to the downward extension from the Superconscious Self to create the “pipe”).

Leo

       1.   The meaning or intention of an act. (Motive for which the High Self is asked to do a thing).

       2.   The good or bad influence of conduct. (The High Self views both kinds of influences affecting you whenever you make a petition to It.).

 Leoleo

       Tall; high; shooting upwards, as a tree or a mountain. (The “high tide” spirit body of the subconscious self shoots upwards and stands high and mountain-like through the physical head on the night of the full moon).

 Aku

       1.   From one. (The spirit body of the subconscious self is pulled upward and out of the physical body as a “high tide” on the night of the full moon).

       2.   Clear; unclouded; spoken of the risen moon when fully up. (This is the time when the “tide” body of the subconscious self is at its highest and closest to the High Self; the optimum time for sending the prayer to the High Self).

Ku

       1.   To stop still; to let down. (When a call is made to the Superconscious High Self, the High Self descends, aligns, and stops directly above the physical body, letting down an extension towards the physical body’s head).

       2.   To stand erect. (One should stand erect when making the call to the High Self).          3.   To extend; to reach from one place to another. (Your low self creates an extension of itself (amoeba-like) upward  towards your “anchored” High Self.

       4.   To be placed or set in a state or condition. (A temporary condition in which the invisible upward protrusion from the subconscious self stands steady through the head and does not fluctuate; i.e., go up and down. See akuaku).

       5.   Right; proper. (The upward protrusion from the spirit body of the subconscious self stands steady through the head when properly made).

 Akuaku

       1.   Oscillatory; swaying. (Motion of the tornado-like vital force vortex connection between the subconscious low self “land” and  the Superconscious High Self “sky”).

       2.   To go up and down, as the movement on a rough sea. (If the invisible substance upward extension from the low self is not stable but  fluctuates up and down, the connection to the High Self cannot be made).

       3.   Done in a hurry; therefore, badly done. (Hastily performed unsuccessful attempt to connect to the High Self).

 Akua

       1.   The true god, the Deity. (The High Self).

       2.   The name of the night when the moon is perfectly full. (The most favorable time to make the call to your High Self).

The optimum time to make the prayer to the High Self is on a clear, unclouded  night of the full moon.

As the gravitational force of the full moon pulls the tides higher, so does it pull upward, mountain-like, the spirit body of your subconscious low self causing it to protrude upwards through the back part of the head.  From this elevated position, the  “summit” of the mountain; i.e., the upward projection from the top of your subconscious’ protruding spirit body hits and merges with the downward extension from the Superconscious High Self creating the “pipe” through which your thought-form image balls are pulled up into the spirit body of your High Self. Your thought-form image ball clusters ascend through the pipe in a swirling current of vital force (mana water); in a tornado-like vortex of mana water.  The ascending vortex of vital force carries upward into your High Self your thought-form image ball clusters riding within it. Using one’s  “mind switch” it is possible to change the direction of spin of the vortex. Through an action of  Its mind, your High Self switches the helical spin direction, creating a vortex funnel down through which the returning high mana vital force flows to enter into the spirit body of  your subconscious low self bringing with it the “seeds” of manifestation to be planted and to come to fruition in the “garden” body of your subconscious mind.

 Ku

       1.   Name of one of the Hawaiian gods.

       2.   To stop still; to let down, as an anchor. (Your Superconscious High Self aligns and anchors above your head to be in position to receive the upward extension from your subconscious low self).

       3.   To be hit. (The  upward extension from your subconscious low self “hits” and merges with the downward extension from the Superconscious High Self).

Kua

       1.   The back of the head of a person as opposed to the face. (This is the location of the subconscious low self’s spirit body when it extends itself upward to the Superconscious High Self’s spirit body).

       2.   The top of a ridge or high land. (The summit of the mountain-like spirit body of the subconscious self protruding through the head of the physical body at the time of the full moon).

 Ku

        To reach from one place to another. (The cord pipe, if successfully created, reaches from the two lesser selves up to the High Self.).

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

 Kuku

        1.   To stand perpendicularly, as a precipice. (This is a description of how a properly made extension of the subconscious’ spirit body stands as it protrudes upward through the back of the head during the time of the full moon).

       2.   To rise up, as a thought in the mind. (Thought-forms from your conscious middle self mind rise up through the “pipe” created when the upward extension from the subconscious low self connects and merges with the downward extension from the  Superconscious High Self).

 Au

        1.   A period of time, more or less definitely designated. (The time of the full moon; the most favorable time for making the prayer to your High Self).

       2.   A tide. (The “tide-like” body of the subconscious self is influenced by the moon).        3.   A current in the ocean. (Represents the current of vital force in the ocean of life.).

       4.   A circular motion, such as caused by an eddy in a river or ocean, or produced by a circular movement of the arm. (Bi-directional spinning motion of the vortex of mana or vital force between the two lesser selves and the High Self.).

       5.   An action of mind. (Refers to the mind switch that causes the vortex of vital force to spin either from left to right, counterclockwise, or from right to left, clockwise. A counterclockwise vortex of vital force mounts upward carrying the prayer thought-forms within it).

       6.   To accelerate the movement or action of. (The full moon accelerates the ascent of your thought-forms to your High Self).

       7.   To appear to go round and round; to seem to reel. (The spinning motion of the vital force vortex).

       8.   A series, succession, or train of thought or opinion. (These are thought form trains; i.e., thought form balls connected to each other in a line.).

       9.  To turn, as the eyes, to look at something. (Visualize the thought form train of your desire images spiraling  up a tornado-like vortex of water to The Light.).

It is vitally important to teach your subconscious low self how to send the vital force up to the Superconscious High Self. The way to train the low self to perform this key part is to visualize a thought form train of your desire images spiraling up a tornado-like vortex of water into The Light.).

 Ia

       To be received, as into the mouth. (The current of vital force carrying your thought-forms is received  through the “mouth” of the spirit body of your High Self).

Oukou

       You. (The conscious middle self.).

O

       Traveling food. (Mana or vital force “food” must be supplied by you for the traveling thought-forms .).

Uko

       An offering. (The offering of mana or vital force to the High Self).

U

       1.   To drip or drizzle, as water. (Water is a symbol of vital force).

       2.   To be impregnated with anything. (A thought-form must be charged with vital force to keep it alive.).

Ou

       A word expressing permission. (The High Self must first give Its permission for that which you have petitioned for.).

 Ko

       1.   The sign of possession. (By acting as if you already possess the thing you seek, you cause it to manifest in your life).

       2.   To accomplish; to fulfill; to bring to pass, as a promise or prophecy.

       3.   To obtain what one has sought after; to succeed in a search.

       4.   To perform what has been spoken. (The subconscious self carries out, executes your spoken command).

       5.   To put a law in force. (You can put the law of attraction in force at anytime in your life).

U

        1. To desire earnestly. (A strong desire for a thing charges its thought form seed with vital force, keeping the seed alive.).

       2.   To be saturated or impregnated with anything. (To be charged with vital force.).

       3.   To purpose; to intend. (Necessary action of the middle self conscious mind in order to begin the attraction of a desired condition.).

       4.   To meditate on or contemplate. (Necessary action of the middle self conscious mind in order to maintain the attraction. Regular meditation/contemplation keeps the thought form seed of the desired condition “watered” with vital force.).

One of the conscious self’s roles in the process of manifesting the desired object is to keep the thought form seed of the object “alive” by charging it regularly with vital force. The conscious self does this by regular meditation/contemplation of the desired objective.).

Koo

       1.   To support; to uphold; to establish; to sustain in any position or purpose. (Your High Self, who is your benefactor, does this on your behalf if you have included this as part of the prayer.).

       2.   To help; to assist. (Help from the High Self does not consist solely of  helping you to achieve your objective. The High Self can also help you to maintain that position or goal It has helped you to achieve.).

Ou

       A bird. (Symbol of the subconscious spirit.).

Kou

       Wet. (Wet with vital force “water”. One of the symbols for vital force is water. To be wet with water is to be charged with vital force/energy. The subconscious spirit is charged with vital force when it is “wet”.

In order to fulfill its particular role in the prayer to the Superconscious Self, the subconscious self must be fully charged with vital force. It is the conscious self who sees that this charging is accomplished.).

 Oo

       1.   To become ripe, as fruit. (Refers to the coming to fruition and ripening of the thought-form “seed”; i.e., the complete physical materialization of the desired objective has taken place in your life.).

       2.   To come to maturity. (A thought-form image has “matured” when it manifests physically in the life of a person.).

       3.   To beget. (To manifest a thing, or circumstance, or condition in your life you need the cooperation of both your subconscious and Superconscious selves.).

 Keia

       This thing. (Your desired objective.).

 Ke

       To fast; abstain from eating. (To fast from meat.).

Ia

       1.   During the time that. As long as. (While awaiting the manifestation of your desire object).

       2.   A fish. (Symbolic of a thought-form desire object).

       3.   Meat of any kind. The general name of all sea animals.

Your subconscious low self has the ability to leave its physical body or “house” and travel around outside of it all the while remaining connected to the “house” by an invisible cord which pays out the farther away from the “house” that the low self travels. The subconscious self is accustomed to traveling about outside of the physical body and is quick to locate your “fish” (the match to your thought-form desire image) when not burdened by the effects of meat eating. In its search for your “fish”, your subconscious self follows the invisible thread connections linking you to other people and things. Your subconscious self searches throughout the invisible spider web-like network within which we are all tied together by invisible threads like knots in a fishing net. The process of manifestation is not delayed, if, from the time a prayer is sent up to the High Self until the time of its complete manifestation one abstains from eating meat, fish, or sea/fresh water animals of any kind. Eating meat hinders, slows down the manifestation of the thing, circumstance, or condition you desire as it causes the  subconscious self to travel “heavy” during its search for your “fish”.

Ke

       To fast; abstain from eating. (To abstain from eating meat, fish, or sea/ fresh water animals of any kind.).

 I

       To beget. (To obtain something with the permission and help of your High Self and the cooperation of your low self.).

A

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

       2.   To praise. (Praise your subconscious low self often, as you would a child).

Aa

       1.   A small person. (The subconscious self).

       2.   Chaff; hulls; the outside of seeds or fruit. (Seed hulls represent remnants of thought-form desire “seeds”. These are the seeds, which, because of the lack of vital force, never sprouted to come to fruition; that is, the desired object never manifested in the person’s life. The subconscious mind is littered with thought-form seed hulls of killed hopes and dreams; seeds which could have come to fruition had they been watered with mana water/ vital force through persistent positive thinking.

 Mau

       1.   To repeat often or frequently. (Act and talk repeatedly as though you already possess the thing you seek.).

       2.   To continue; to endure; to persevere. (Persevere in your speech and actions as though you already possess the thing you seek until it finally manifests in your life.).        3.   To remain in force, as a law or statute. (As long as you continue to act and speak as though you already possess the thing you seek, you keep the law of attraction in force and you will succeed in attracting to you the thing you desire.).

This is done for the benefit of the subconscious self; to keep it “on track” toward the goal of the manifestation of the desired object; a self-hypnosis.

Mea

1.   To cause to come to. (To attract to oneself.).

2.   A person.

3.   A thing; an external object.

4.   A circumstance or condition.

5.   A visible or invisible substance. (Aka is the invisible substance of which the shadowy body of the subconscious low self is composed.

6.   Having the quality of obtaining or possessing something. (Having the property of attracting a person, a thing, a circumstance or condition through the medium of an invisible substance.).

7.   To do; to say; to act. (A rehearsal for the benefit of the low self so that it does not stray from the objective. One must act and talk as if the desired condition already exists in one’s life. This must be done repeatedly until the desired condition manifests.).

If you wish to manifest a thing, circumstance, or condition in your life, act as if you already possess it. Do things, say things; act as though the object you desire already exists in your life (see mea). When you do this, you put the law of attraction in force (see mau); a law which remains in force and must be fulfilled as long as you persevere in acting as if. Think carefully about the possible consequences of having the thing you desire before you make the prayer to your High Self so that you don’t inadvertently manifest a “white elephant” in your life. If your High Self consents, you will receive that for which you have petitioned through the actions of your subconscious self and the help  of your Superconscious Self (see koo) who will support and sustain you in your purpose. When your subconscious self sees you behaving; i.e., acting and speaking as though you already possess the thing you seek, it moves to bring it to manifestation in your life.

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

that in me ye might have peace   –   i loaa’i ia oukou ka maluhia iloko o’u.

This section discusses the thought form communication between the middle self and the High Self.

UA PAU

 

 

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References:

Andrews, Lorrin.  A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language. Tokyo, Japan: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1974.

Ke Kauoha Hou (The New Testament). New York: American Bible Society, 1977.

 Andrews, Lorrin. A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language. Honolulu, Hawaii: Board of Commissioners of Public Archives of the Territory of Hawaii, 1922. 
Webster€™s New World College Dictionary, Third Edition. 1997.
Copyright 2012 J.M. Higa

 

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