Huna Code in the Gospels : John 17:01 – These words spake Jesus, (O keia mau mea ka Iesu i olelo ai,)

 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.

(For an example of the decoding method used by Max Freedom Long, see Long, What Jesus Taught In Secret page 51).

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 17:01 (Ioane XVII)

These words spake Jesus, and lifted up his eyes to heaven, and said. Father, the hour is come; glorify thy Son, that thy Son also may glorify thee.

O keia mau mea ka Iesu i olelo ai, a leha ae la kona mau maka i ka lani, i aku la, E ka Makua, ua hiki mai ka manawa; e hoonani mai oe i kau Keiki, i hoonani aku ai hoi kau Keiki ia oe.

These words spake Jesus,

O keia mau mea ka Iesu i olelo ai,

O

(1) To extend or reach out, as the hand or finger. (The low self extends a part of itself as an amoeba extends a pseudopod.).

(2) To stretch out the hand to take a thing. (By stretching out the hand as if to take something, the conscious middle self demonstrates to the subconscious low self that something is to be procured. The subconscious low self is thus trained to extend an invisible aka thread pipe with a “hand” to attach to another low self.).
(3) To pierce. To thrust through. (The subconscious low self creates an extension of itself to pierce the aka (shadowy body) of another person’s subconscious low self.).
(4) To dip, as the fingers in a fluid. (Once the low self’s extension of itself (“the hand”), pierces the aka (shadowy body) of another low self, the “fingers” of the hand dip into the vital force circulating within its spirit body.).
(5) Traveling food. Provision for a journey. (Traveling food is transferred energy. Mana/vital force/energy is transferred between people through invisible thread pipes connected to their subconscious spirit bodies.).

An invisible connection with another person is created in the following manner. The conscious middle self extends the physical hand while making a grasping motion with it to demonstrate to the subconscious low self that something is to procured. This is done repeatedly to train the subconscious low self to extend, stretch out a part of its shadowy body to create a “hand”, much as an amoeba extends a pseudopod, to pierce into the shadowy body of another person’s subconscious low self. The fingers of the “hand” dip into and draw off some of the vital force circulating within that person’s subconscious low self’s aka body.

(For a discussion on the aka or shadowy body of the low self, refer to Long, The Secret Science Behind Miracles page 138).

See the root words below, of keia, for how the middle self must prepare before the low self can make an invisible connection to another low self.

keia
This thing or this person. (Reference to one’s low self as well as the subject under discussion.).

(For a discussion of the abilities of the low self refer to Long, The Secret Science At Work page 33).

kei
To praise. (Praise the low self as one would praise an animal when it obeys a command.).

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 sea of life for the match to the conscious self’s thought form image is an ability of the subconscious self.).
(2) Name of a small fish. (A fish symbolizes the person, object, circumstance, or condition we desire to manifest in our lives.).

 

ke
To fast.

ia
A fish. Meat of any kind. Sea and fresh water animals.

(Fast from all fish, meat and sea and fresh water animals.).

i
(1) To designate the name of a person. (To name your low self.).
(2) To speak. (To speak to your subconscious low self.).
(3) To address one; to make a speech to one. (Address your subconscious self by name and make a speech to your subconscious self describing the kind of “fish”, (see a below), it needs to locate and how it should “catch” it.).
(4) To pronounce a single word, as a signal. (A command to release the low self to depart on the “fishing expedition”.).
(5) To beget.
(6) A fruit. (To “beget fruit” means to achieve an objective or to obtain the thing you desire. In order to manifest a thing in your life, you must train your subconscious self to do its part.).

a
(1) Name of a small fish. (A fish symbolizes the person, object, circumstance, or condition we desire to manifest in our lives.).

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

The idea is to send the low self subconscious “sea bird” out into the ocean of life to locate and “catch” a particular kind of “fish” for us, (see a above). To do this, we, the conscious middle selves, must first fast from meat, fish, sea and fresh water animals, call our subconscious low self by name, praise it, and make a speech to it, describing the kind of “fish” we want it to locate and “catch”; that is, the person, object, circumstance, or condition we wish it to locate and “catch” for us. The command must be given to release the low self to go seek “the fish”. Once the subconscious low self locates the “fish”, it “catches” it with a “fishing line” extension of itself. Refer back to o above for the description of the process by which the low self catches the fish.

mau
(1) Two or a couple. (An invisible thread pipe connection between the subconscious low selves of two people.).
(2) A word designating more than one. (Invisible thread pipe connections between one’s subconscious low self and the subconscious selves of many people.).
(3) To flow on ever, as a living stream of water. (Mana water/vital force/energy flows between people through invisible aka thread pipe connections.).
(4) To be dry; to stop flowing, as a liquid. (Vital force/energy stops flowing out of the subconscious low self’s aka body when the conscious middle self fasts from meat, fish, sea and fresh water animals.).
(5) To be dry. (To be depleted of vital force.).
(6) To fill with water; to wet. (Once a newly created aka thread pipe has been attached by one’s subconscious low self to the subconscious low self of another person, the aka thread pipe begins to fill with mana water/vital force, flowing towards and into the person undergoing the fast.
(7) To soak up, as a sponge. (The subconscious low self’s spirit body soaks up incoming vital force if its conscious middle self is undergoing a fast.).
(8) To stock or plant ground. (Thought form seeds planted in the subconscious mind.).

Just as groundwater moves from wet areas to dry areas due to capillary action, so does mana “water”/vital force flow from “wet” areas to “dry” areas. When one fasts he becomes depleted or “dry” of vital force. Because of this “drought”, vital force flows into him from the subconscious low self of the person to whom he has been most recently connected via an invisible aka thread pipe. The attraction of external vital force through the invisible aka thread pipe occurs only if the conscious self has first undergone a fast from meat, fish, sea and fresh water animals. Thus, external vital force is attracted into one’s subconscious mind by magnetizing oneself through a fast.

Invisible aka thought form seeds are carried along in the vital force flowing from the subconscious self of the “fish”, (see a above), into the subconscious self of the “fisher” (the person undergoing the fast.). The thought form seeds brought in via the incoming flow of vital force are “planted” in the fasting person’s subconscious mind when the subconscious’ vital force depleted spirit body (as a result of the fast) soaks up the incoming vital force carrying the seeds. The implanted thought form seeds then develop into the thought form “plants” (the partial manifestations) which produce the “fruit” (the complete manifestation) of the desired condition. This is a mechanism by which a suggestion is implanted in the subconscious mind. The symbols for the aka thread pipes are “vine branches”; see ka below.

ma
(1) Ma carries the idea of accompanying. (Vital force must always accompany each thought form seed or plant to keep it “alive”.).
(2) To fade, as a leaf or flower; to wilt. (The thought form “plant” of the desired objective/goal must be charged regularly with mana/vital force or the “plant” will wilt; that is, the partial manifestation of the desired objective will begin to die because of the lack of mana. The thought form “plant” is a thought form seed that has sprouted; i.e., the desired objective is close to materializing in one’s life; however, the plant is not yet mature enough to produce fruit. In other words, the objective has only partially manifested in one’s life.
(3) To fail; to perish, as a person or thing. (If the thought form seed or the thought form plant is not watered regularly with vital force, it will die. It is necessary to regularly “water” the thought form plant (the partial manifestation) via meditation/contemplation, (see u below), or the thought form plant will die and no “fruit” will be produced; i.e., the desired manifestation will not take place.).

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.).
(5) To ooze or leak slowly.
(6) To drip or drizzle, as water. (Water is the symbol for mana or vital force. Vital force/energy leaks continuously from the spirit body of the subconscious low self.).

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. See discussion after mau for the description of how this magnetism is created).
(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.).

The conscious self’s part as well as the subconscious self’s part in the process of attracting the desired person, thing, circumstance, or condition, are described as follows:

(1) The conscious middle self undergoes a fast from meat, fish, sea and fresh water animals; eating only vegetable food. He then makes a speech to his subconscious low self; describing the kind of “fish” it needs to locate and demonstrating how to “catch” it.
(2) The subconscious low self creates an invisible thread pipe extension drawn out from its aka, shadowy body, to attach to another subconscious self’s aka shadowy body. When a newly created thread pipe is attached to another subconscious self’s aka body, the empty thread pipe begins to fill with vital force, in the same way that blood fills the empty tubing connected to a blood donor. Just as a donor’s blood flows through tubing into an empty container; so does vital force flow from the subconscious “donor” into the subconscious “donee” (the vital force depleted aka body of the subconscious self of the person undergoing a fast) through the newly created and attached aka thread pipe.

ka
(1) A vine, and its branches which spread and run. (A vine is the symbol of the invisible cord that connects us to our High Selves. Vine branches are symbols for the invisible threads of aka substance that connect all of us with each other.).
(2) To braid or knit, as a fish net from a center point. (Netting is done by our low selves with threads of invisible aka substance. Every one of us is a center point from which our low self builds our net by extending invisible threads to attach to other low selves. We are all connected to each other by invisible aka thread pipes. In this way, we are all one.
(3) To go out every way, as from a center. (Threads of invisible aka substance extending from us in all directions to many people.)

Iesu
Jesus. (As a High Self.).

i
(1) In. (Inside the High Self.).
(2) To beget.
(3) A fruit. (To beget fruit is to achieve an objective. The process of “begetting” begins inside the High Self.).

olelo
(1) To give a name. (Name your High Self.).
(2) To call. (Call your High Self by name.).
(3) To invite. (Invite your High Self to help you obtain the thing that you desire to see manifested in your life. Your High Self will not help you unless It is first invited to do so.).
(4) A speech.
(5) The tongue. (Make a speech out loud to your High Self describing the thing you wish to see manifested in your life.).
(6) To teach. (Your High Self will teach you how to “beget fruit”.).
(7) Counsel; plan; promise. (The plan or counsel you seek will be taught to you by your High Self. This is a promise.).

(For a discussion of the High Self see Long, Growing Into Light page 27).

ole
(1) A particle of deprivation. (To indicate the deprivation of mana/vital force.).
(2) To cease to exist. (Without mana/vital force, thought form seeds/plants die.).
(3) Deficiency; want; lack. (The lack of sufficient mana is the reason why our desired manifestations fail.).
(4) In vain. (Without enough mana, the attempt to connect to the High Self is made in vain.).

(For a definition of mana, see Long, Recovering the  Ancient Magic page 100).

lo
The fore part of the head. (That part of the head through which the low self exits the physical body to make contact with the High Self waiting above.).
o
Traveling food. (Food is a symbol for vital force. Traveling food is transferred vital force/energy.).
le
A contraction of lele. (See lele.).
lele
(1) To fly, as a bird. (A bird is one of the symbols for the subconscious low self.).
(2) To depart from one, as the spirit of a dying person. (The low self spirit leaves the physical body.).
(3) To leap; to jump. (Description of how the low self spirit leaves the physical body to connect to the High Self waiting above.).
(4) An altar for sacrifice. (The sacrifice is the offering of vital force by the low self and the altar is the place inside the High Self.).

lelele
(1) To light on something above. (The low self exits the physical body and lights on the High Self waiting above the physical body. The High Self waits directly above the physical body after the conscious middle self has made the call inviting It to help bring about the desired manifestation. The low self leaps up, (see lele), to the High Self to deliver the offering of vital force into the High Self for It to use in manifesting the desired objective. Thus energy has been transferred to the High Self from the two lower selves. Nothing can be accomplished without this energy transfer(see ole.).

ai

(1) Near by, but not in contact. (Location of your High Self.).
(2) To eat.
(3) Vegetable food. (To prepare the low self to make the leap up to the High Self, the middle self should fast from meat, fish, sea and fresh water animals, and eat only vegetable food.).
(4) To enjoy the benefits of. (In order to ensure the success of the prayer to the High Self, one must consume only vegetable food.).

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

i
(1) To designate the name of a person. (To name your subconscious low self.)
(2) To speak. (To speak to your subconscious low self.).
(3) To address one; to make a speech to one. (Address your subconscious low self by name then make a speech to your subconscious self describing the action it needs to perform.).
(4) To pronounce a single word, as a signal. (A command releasing the low self to carry out its mission.).
(5) To beget.
(6) A fruit. (“To beget fruit” means to achieve a goal or to obtain what you desire to see manifested in your life. In order to “beget fruit”, you must train your subconscious low self to do its part of the process.).

[TO BEGET FRUIT]

To cause a thing to make its appearance in your life whether it be a person, object, circumstance, or condition, (see mea above), it is necessary for the conscious middle self to act as coordinator for the integration of all three selves of a person. Each of the three selves plays a role in the manifestation of the thing one wishes to materialize in his life. In the case of the conscious middle self, it too has a unique part to play in addition to performing the role as director of the process of uniting the three selves to achieve an objective. In this role as director, the conscious self must orchestrate a sequence of actions to be completed by each of the three selves at the proper time. The completion, sequence, and timing of the actions of all three selves determine whether the coordinated efforts of the three selves to “beget fruit” will be successful. In addition to the role of director, the conscious middle self needs to fulfill his unique part as follows:

(1) He must charge the thought form of the desired objective with mana water/vital force by heightening his desire for it; that is, by fanning the flame of his desire, so to speak. Desire saturates the thought form seed with vital force, giving it more life.
(2) He must clearly intend/determine to achieve the desired objective even though he does not yet have a plan on how to go about accomplishing it. (See u above.). The intention/determination begins the progression of the stages of manifestation of the desired object (the plant begins to grow).
(3) He must meditate on/contemplate the desired objective regularly to keep its thought form seed/plant “watered”. Without regular “watering” of vital force, the progression of the stages of manifestation ceases (the plant stops growing). Consequently, there is no manifestation (no fruit is produced). In other words, one must persist mentally to create physically.
(4) He must act and speak as if the desired condition already exists in his life. This must be done repeatedly until the desired condition manifests. This is done for the benefit of the subconscious self; to keep it from getting “off track”; that is, straying from the goal. The subconscious self strays easily.).

The Conscious Middle Self As Director

(1) First, fast from meat, fish, sea and fresh water animals. Eat only vegetable food.

(2) Second, call your Superconscious High Self by name and make a speech out loud inviting It to counsel you on how to obtain the thing you desire to manifest in your life. The clause, ka Iesu i olelo ai, instructs one on how to make the call to the High Self only. The instruction for how to make the prayer itself will be revealed in John 15:05, see discussion below.

(3) Third, call your subconscious low self by name and make a silent speech to it, explaining that at your signal, it must leap up through the fore part of your head; into the High Self waiting above; and deliver its offering of vital force inside the High Self for It to use in bringing about that which you desire to see manifested in your life (the fruit). The High Self must be given a sufficient offering of mana/vital force/energy by the low self. Nothing can be accomplished without energy. “Traveling food”, (see o above), is energy which is transferred from the middle and low selves up to the High Self.

When communicating with both the low self and the High Self (conference call), one speaks to the low self silently, (see i), and the High Self out loud, (see olelo).

The phrase, O keia mau mea (These words) describes both the conscious self’s part and the subconscious self’s part in accomplishing a goal. The clause, ka Iesu i olelo ai (spake Jesus) is the beginning of the formula for how to contact and get aid from your High Self. The formula begins in John 17:01 and continues in John 15:05. The entire sentence, O keia mau mea ka Iesu i olelo ai, infers that all three selves must work together as a team in order to accomplish a goal. Without the High Self, the other two selves cannot “beget fruit”; i.e., achieve an objective.

ka – A vine and its branches; Iesu – Jesus; i – in, beget, fruit; ole – A particle of deprivation; inability; nothingness.

ka Iesu i ole is a pointer to the following verse:

John 15:05: I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing.

Ioane 15:05: Owau no ke Kumuwaina, o oukou na lala. O ka mea e pili ana ia’u, a owau hoi ia ia, oia ke hoohua nui mai; no ka mea, aole mea iki e hiki ia oukou ka hana, ke ole wau.

John 15:05 is; therefore, a link from John 17:01. The instruction of the process of how to contact and get aid from one’s High Self begins with ka Iesu I olelo ai in John 17:01, and continues with the linked, Owau no ke Kumuwaina in John 15:05. For the continuation of this instruction of the process of how to obtain aid from the High Self, see the next article in this series, Owau no ke Kumuwaina, o oukou na lala.

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.

Copyright 2012 J.M. Higa

 

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