Ali’i Nui Dayne Aipoalani is the rightful heir to the royal throne of the sovereign Polynesian Kingdom of Atooi. He has been formally recognized as the Ali’i Nui by the reigning Kings, Queen, and Customary Chiefs of the Royal Union of the Pacific Nations, named TE ALEPHA TE PAPA NUI A TE TAATA MAORI MAOHI NO TE MOANA NUI O KIVA. This includes the kingdom’s and tribes located within the Polynesian Triangle comprised of thousands of islands between Hawaii, New Zealand, and Rapa Nui (Easter Island – Chile).
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Ali’i Nui Dayne Aipoalani is leading the Sovereign Polynesian Kingdom of Atooi in the process of organizing, instituting, and forming Subordinate Councils, whose rules, regulations, and by-laws shall be promulgated to protect and uphold the supreme authority of the Customary Chiefs (Konohiki) and People (Native Tenants) whose sovereignty in the National lands has never been voluntarily relinquished. It is expected that you will comply with the various international instruments and laws as well as US executive orders, proclamations, and regulations that insure protection of our RESERVED rights in accordance with our true identity as the original Inhabitants under the United Nations definition in Chapter XI-Declaration on Non Self Governing Territories. Please visit the Polynesian Kingdom of Atooi website.
Proclamation of the New Foundation of the Royal Union of the Pacific Nations, named TE ALEPHA TE. PAPA NUI A TE TAATA MAORI MAOHI NO TE MOANA NUI O KIVA. Please see this link and also relevant documents submitted – 102 Pages
The first ever gathering of the Royal Union of the Pacific Nations will occur this September 2010 at the most northern point of the Polynesian Triangle on the sacred garden island of Kauai. Kings, Queens, Chiefs, & government reps, from the kingdom’s and tribes from the Polynesian Triangle, will be in attendance. The span of the Polynesian Triangle includes thousands of islands between Hawaii, New Zealand, and Easter Island (Chile). Continue Reading…