Restoring and saving Original Hawaiian Culture

Restoring and saving the Original Hawaiian Culture

The purpose of the Hawaii Nation is to save and Restore the Original Hawaiian Culture.

Hawai’i Aina Pae Ko E Manao Io ALOHA

Our Ageless Sacred Faith, Law & Creed

The Spirit of Alo-ha is simply the essence of the Hawai’ian Nation’s beliefs and practices. Alo-ha maintains the spiritual and temporal harmony and PEACE between all creation and their Creator ke Akua/Iehova. Alo is the Hawaiian word to lovingly meet or gather and greet.

The Ha is the breath of our Creator, God we must freely share, as it belongs to all. For example: When two Hawaiians meet by chance or assembly it is custom that they touch foreheads and breath in deeply, expressing and signifying without words – “Hello my brother or sister, my other self (Gal. 5:14; Matt. 19:19) how are you… let us share the breath and wind of the Great Spirit of Truth. What good fortune has the Creator blessed you with since we last met.”

Prior to the arrival of Paao, a priest from Japan came to the islands in the 13th century, the inhabitants of the Hawaiian Islands lived in a highly organized, self-sufficient, social system, with a sophisticated language, culture, religion and a land tenure that bore a remarkable resemblance to that of the Native Americans First Nations of what is now Canada and the U.S.A. i.e. the Iroquois League, Cherokee, Crow, etc.

  • Paao brought with him a sacred bell and 1420 other gods, the chief of which was the war god ku.
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The Spirit of Alo-ha is simply the essence of the Hawai’ian Nation’s beliefs and practices. Alo-ha maintains the spiritual and temporal harmony and PEACE between all creation and their Creator ke Akua/Iehova. Alo is the Hawaiian word to lovingly meet or gather and greet.

The Ha is the breath of our Creator, God we must freely share, as it belongs to all. For example: When two Hawaiians meet by chance or assembly it is custom that they touch foreheads and breath in deeply, expressing and signifying without words –

“Hello my brother or sister, my other self (Gal. 5:14; Matt. 19:19) how are you… let us share the breath and wind of the Great Spirit of Truth. What good fortune has the Creator blessed you with since we last met.”

 

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