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In the name of Aloha a Celebration of Peace, September 1-13, 2010 on Kauai

I’O Nalani ite mai ne’ene’e O mano talani poPo’maitai ho’ola inu ita wai O WaialealeO Waialeale mahele mai inu wai mahele mai

I’O Nalani, held near are (people/land) of mano kalani poyou give ( us ) life waters, WaialealeShare ( all people / all lands ) the life waters, Waialeale


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Sanctuary of the Children of the Rainbow

E Na Opio O Anuenue.   The name “Sanctuary of the Children of the Rainbow“, refers to the returning ancestors,  those beings from around the world who answer the call home to Kauai. The returning ancestors in some of the universal prophecies are called the Children of the Rainbow because they come in all colors of the rainbow. The vision of the restoration of the garden has been revealed through written and oral histores of cultures around the world.  This mission, to recreate heaven on earth, has been remembered by many of the founding members and elders as part of their spiritual awakening.  Read more here

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Na keiki koa 4 Haloa

Na keiki koa 4 Haloa is a grass roots non–profit organization (ca-501c-3) that provides native Hawaiian cultural education, experiences, protocol, cultural awareness, community involvement and services, restoration projects, health and well being, self confidence building, and serves as a center for positive energy programs. Continue Reading…

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Polynesian Voyaging Society

The Polynesian Voyaging Society was founded more than 25 years ago with a primary goal of finding out if the canoes and navigational skills were sufficient to intentionally cross the vast distances between the islands. Continue Reading…

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Hōkūleʻa ~ voyaging canoe

Hōkūleʻa[1] is a performance-accurate full-scale replica of a waʻa kaulua,[2][3] a Polynesian double-hulled voyaging canoe.[4][5] This is a Wikipedia excerpt.  Launched on 8 March 1975[6] by thePolynesian Voyaging Society, she is best known for her 1976 Hawaiʻi to Tahiti voyage performed with Polynesian navigation techniques,[7] without modern navigational instruments.[8] The primary goal of the voyage was to further support the anthropological theory of the Asiatic origin of native Oceanic people (Oceania maps:detail,region), of Polynesians and Hawaiians in particular, as the result of purposeful trips through the Pacific, as opposed to passive drifting on currents, or sailing from theAmericas.[9][10] (Scientific results of 2008, from DNA analysis, illuminate this theory of Polynesian settlement.)[11] A secondary goal of the project was to have the canoe and voyage “serve as vehicles for the cultural revitalization of Hawaiians and other Polynesians.” (Finney, Voyage of Rediscovery, p. 71)[12]

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Grandmother Drum Peace Project

The Mission of the GrandMother Drum International Peace Project is to travel around the world as the international voice of the Whirling Rainbow Foundation. As a symbol of the heartbeat of love that connects all nations and all races, the GrandMother Drum promotes peace and unity through the global language of music, dance, cultural and healings arts.

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The Meru Project

Meru Project findings demonstrate that the relationship between physical theory and consciousness, expressed in explicit geometric metaphor, was understood and developed several thousand years ago. This relationship also explains the paradoxical affinity of our spiritual traditions for what seems to be number mysticism and geometric form. While this theory may require us to reassess common presumptions about the nature and quality of our spiritual traditions, it will also serve to reinvigorate the healthy core of these traditions, illuminate their origins and their inherent differences, and make clear how the growth of our civilization was and is dependent on them. Continue Reading…

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