This is our sister company that is a "for-profit" entity. It is through this company we sell a variety of health and wellness products designed to make life healthier, easier, and more enjoyable. These are not your "run-of-the-mill" items. Every product we offer has been custom designed to our demanding specifications. Each product offers the absolute best value for its purpose. There is also lots of great information on health, natural medicine, and other subjects of interest to members of our family.
LivingWaters™ Engineered Water Treatment Systems
Many of you may know that Lono is an expert at water treatment. His book "Don't Drink the Water", endorsed by Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D. is the best-selling book ever written on the subject. Lono considers drinking water one of the most powerful natural medicines that exist. He designed these products using the most advanced - yet proven - technologies. These water treatment products set the standards for the industry. There are simply no other products on the market today that can offer the features and benefits of these units. Check them out. At the least you will learn a lot about water.
Wayfinders - A Pacific Odyssey
This site provide a link to the PBS film "Wayfinders" A Pacific Odyssey." This film is a documentary about the Hokulea and the Polynesian who sepcialize in the art of Wayfinding. It is a fabulous film that is well worth you time. The site has lots of great links to other sites that deal with ancient Hawai'ian history.
Polynesian Voyaging Society
The Polynesian Voyaging Society is best known for undertaking voyages throughout Polynesia using replicas of traditional double-hulled canoes, and navigating using the lost art of Wayfinding without modern instruments.
The Bishop Museum was founded in 1889 by Charles Reed Bishop in honor of his late wife, Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last descendant of the royal Kamehameha family. The Museum was established to house the extensive collection of Hawaiian artifacts and royal family heirlooms of the Princess, and has expanded to include millions of artifacts, documents and photographs about Hawai?i and other Pacific island cultures..
The Hawai'ian Kingdom
Many native Hawai'ians believe that their nation was taken over by the United States illegally and they have a valid point. This site links to one organization that sees itself as the real government of Hawai'i currently operating within what they call the "occupied State of the Hawai'ian Islands. Lots of great historical information here.