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Hawaiian Petroglyph’s ~ ki‘i pōhaku

A petroglyph is a stone carving (petro means “stone” and glyph means “carving”).  The ancient Hawaiians referred to petroglyphs as ki‘i pōhaku (ki‘i means “image,” and pōhaku means “stone”). Today petroglyphs are virtually the only prehistoric art of the Hawaiian Islands not in museums, private collections, or hidden away in caves.

Petroglyphs in the Hawaiian Islands are divided into three categories: descriptive, symbolic, and cryptic.  Descriptive petroglyphs may be recognizable subjects, including anthropomorphic images or man-made objects, such as canoes, paddles, sails, and fishhooks, as well as the circles and dots associated with the piko (umbilical cord) ceremony (see below). Continue Reading…

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Hawaiian Hieroglyphic’s & Sacred Symbols

First let us look at the top of the triangle where there are hieroglyphic characters. These hieroglyphics are the ancient hidden language spoken by our ancestors. Historians in the early 1800’s said that Hawaiian’s never had a written language. However, in the year 2300 B.C. our people were already literate, they were a literate people.  Our chants and history speak about chosen priests who were record keepers.  Please see this link for details of the symbols on the front & back of the Medallion of Havaiti Nui.

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Polynesian Triangle

Polynesia (from Greek: πολύς “polus” many + νῆσος “nēsos” island) is a subregion of Oceania, comprising a large grouping of over 1,000 islands scattered over the central and southern Pacific Ocean. The people who inhabit the islands of Polynesia are termed Polynesians and they share many similar traits including language, culture and beliefs.

Polynesia is generally defined as the islands within the Polynesian Triangle although this does not cover the geographic spread and settlement of Polynesian people across a greater area. Geographically, and oversimply, the Polynesian Triangle may be seen with its corners at Hawaii, New Zealand and Easter Island. Continue Reading…


Concentric Circles

As does a pebble when it enters the water, as we as people also create when entering the earth,. There is pattern of radiating energy that flows from us and around us. Continue Reading…

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Terahedron – Six Pointed Star

The Tetrahedron is symbolic of the critical point of life: the ongoing process of Self-discovery from generation to generation, a continuous and endless process

When surrounded by a circle, it represents the “divine mind.” To Jewish people, it is the Star of David.

The tetrahedron is one kind of pyramid, a polyhedron with a flat polygon base and triangular faces connecting the base to a common point. In a tetrahedron the base is a triangle (any of the four faces can be considered the base), so a tetrahedron is also known as a triangular pyramid. Continue Reading…

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Symbol of Infinity

The messages dictated to Rael, by the Elohim, explain that life on Earth is not the result of random evolution, nor the work of a supernatural ‘God’. It is a deliberate creation, using DNA, by a scientifically advanced people who made human beings literally “in their image” — what one can call “scientific creationism.” References to these scientists and their work, as well as to their symbol of infinity, can be found in the ancient texts of many cultures. For example, in Genesis, the Biblical account of Creation, the word “Elohim” has been mistranslated as the singular word “God”, but it is actually a plural word which means “those who came from the sky”, and the singular is “Eloha” (also known as “Allah”). Indigenous cultures all over the world remember these “gods” who came from the sky, including natives of Africa (Dogon, Twa, etc.), America, Asia, Australia, and Europe.

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19.5 Degrees

19.5 degrees is the angle that’s been found by researchers (Richard C. Hoagland, Stanley McDaniel, Erol Torun, Horace W. Crater, etc.) to be repeatedly encoded in the structures of Cydonia. It is viewed as a definite ’signal in the noise’ – some kind of a ‘message’ left there by some intelligence. Continue Reading…

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The Center Point

At the center of a circle or a sphere is always an infinitesimal point. The point needs no dimension, yet embraces all dimension. Transcendence of the illusions of time and space result in the point of here and now, our most primal light of consciousness. Continue Reading…

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Medicine Wheel

In Native American spirituality, the Medicine Wheel represents harmony and connections and is considered a major symbol of peaceful interaction among all living beings on Earth. A number of stone Medicine Wheels are scattered across the plains of Alberta and northern United States. Some are extremely large with a diameter greater then 12 meters across. Continue Reading…

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Flower of Life

Lotus Flower of Life in Sacred Geometry/ Lemuria

The flower of life symbol is based on the lotus flower. The lotus is believed to the be first plant to grow in Lemuria and was seen as a sacred symbol pertaining to the lost civilization. Continue Reading…

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Sacred Geometry

“Meditate on the symbols I give thee. Keys are they, though hidden from men” (Emerald tablet of Thoth)

The term Sacred Geometry is used by archaeologists and anthropologists to incorporate the religious, philosophical, and spiritual beliefs around geometry, in various cultures during the course of human history. Sacred geometrical shapes are found everywhere in nature; they reveal the concept of oneness through geometry. Continue Reading…

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