Who Are the Mo'o Kahuna?
Mo'o Are REAL Priests - How You Can Tell The Difference
"Wahahe'e priests" or what Native Americans call "coyote priests" can be recognized because they do the opposite of Real priests. These people, whether they be ministers, politicians, or the heads of industries like Big Pharma, instill fear with dogma (beliefs) and use that fear to manipulate people. This is not only unethical, but also dangerous.
Today, because of the weaponry mankind has developed, we live in the most dangerous times humanity has ever faced. People whose beliefs demand loyalty are pitted agains others who have opposite loyalties. The polarity is extreme. Once again the Mo'o Kahuna have emerged to deliver their Message and remind all people of their connection in God.
As in times past the Message may be ignored - but only at great peril. As Divine beings, each of us have the ability to create more pain than any of us can stand. For that reason we must stand together. About that there is no choice. It is how the Universe is built. The only choice we get is HOW we stand together. We can stand in pain - or in joy. Because we are all connected, it is a choice that none of us can afford to ignore.
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The History of Hawai'i is not what you've been led to believe. The truth is incredible, and it has profound implications for the future of our entire world!
A brief history of the Mo'o from ancient times until today
Most people - even many native Hawai'ians - believe that their history began with the arrival of the Tahitian people known as the Ali'i. There is some debate about when this happened, but conventional sources places it somewhere between 400 - and 1,250 AD.
This MAY NOT be the case. In fact, the remnants of an ancient people have come forward to state that the true history of Hawai'i begun as much as 1,500 to 2,000 years earlier when their ancestors who called themselves the Mo'o (moh-oh) arrived from a "motherland" they called Mu between 750 - 800 BC.
These people created the most conscious culture the world has ever known. From the time they arrived in the Hawai'ian islands, there was no kings, no armies, no war, and very little in the way of crime. Instead of kings, the people lived under the guidance of a special class of shamanic priests called "Mo'o kahuna" (the dragon priests who were the keepers of the secret or sacred knowledge of Reality.) These priests were masters of a system of wisdom they called Ho'ala Huna (that which causes an awakening to the secret of sacred knowledge of Reality.)
This is the story of how their ancestors arrived in Hawai'i as the Mo'o told it to me.
The Mo'o say their ancestors originated a motherland called Mu, tens of thousands of years ago. This motherland was surrounded by ocean. It was very advanced, in many ways having technology that rivals that of our modern world. Like today, this motherland was occupied by dark-skinned people and light-skinned people - each of whom had their own priests. In addition, there was a high priesthood whose members came from both. The motherland also had colonies, some to the east and some to the west.
At some point the two groups of priests on the motherland broke trust with one another. A horrible battle ensued and the civilization of the motherland was lost. Not only was their civilization destroyed, but the entire continent was rendered uninhabitable.
Those who lived in the colonies survived. The colony to the east became the forerunners of the Mayans on the American continent. High priests of the colony to the west were intent on preserving the spiritual knowledge they called "Ho'ala Huna" meaning the "secret or sacred knowledge of Reality." To do that they migrated up the east coast of Africa, into what is today Egypt, the middle east, and across India to southeast Asia. Wherever they went they established heiau (Hawai'ian style monasteries) that became the beginnings of most of the world's religions. From there they sailed to Hawai'i, because it was the most remote yet inhabitable land mass on the planet. There they knew they could keep their sacred Message alive until a time when it could once again "Fly around the world as if on wings of a bird."
The Enlightened Culture Of The Mo'o Was Nearly Destroyed
In his mind, being the descendants of the gods, he and his relatives were the rightful leaders of all Polynesian people. To accomplish that he had to defeat the Mo'o in Hawai'i.
He began his quest by visiting Hawai'i disguised as a kahuna priest. The local kahuna honored him by taking on a tour of the islands where he learned the location of their communites, ports, and other places of strategic importance.
According to the Mo'o, Pa'ao returned 2 years, 5 months, and 4 days later with thousands of Tahitian and Samoan warriors. The people on the outer island of Lanai said they knew what was coming because the ocean had turned blood red with the reflection of the sunlight off the war capes of the invaders.
A Genocide Wipes Away The Memories Of The Enlightened Culture of the Mo'o.
Because the Kahuna of the Order of Kane were the high priests of the Mo'o, they could not be intimidated so Pa'ao ordered every one that could be found - along with every member of their family - be killed in gruesome public executions.
Those of the lower orders of the priesthood were allowed to live if they would swear an oath to the Ali'i that they would honor the new system, and commit to kill any Mo'o that were ever found from that day forward. That kapu is still in place to this day, and that is why descendants of the ancient Mo'o people stay hidden. Those who still remember some of the old ways risk death if they teach their ancient system of wisdom they call Ho'ala Huna.
Fascinating information about these times is available in the book "Tales From The Night Rainbow." This book is a compilation of stories shared by the oldest living Hawai'ian at the time. Her name was Kaili'ohe Kame'ekua of Kamalo, Molokai.
This fascinating woman was born in 1816 (during the reign of Kamehameha I) and lived during his unification of the islands and the entire monarchy period. She was an actual first-hand witness to this era of Hawai'ian history so her account is unimpeachable. She died at the age of 115 in 1931.
She was one of the Mo'o clan and along with her 'ohana was one of the few who dared talk of the earlier pre-Ali'i times because they felt their family needed to know. You will find that the information provided on this website is completely corroborated by the information in that book. This is not surprising because the information on this site was provided to the author by members of the Mo'o clan on Kauai.
The important difference is that the information on this site is provided by actual Mo'o Kahuna priests. Whether it is spiritual or physical healing, they are now permitted to share their previously secret skills and perspectives in a comprehensive way.
Until the publication of this website, the book "Tales From The Night Rainbow" is one of the very few resources to talk of these earliest times. Unfortunately it is out of print and the publisher seems to be out of business. Copies can be obtained on Amazon but they range from nearly $300 for a used copy up to nearly $800 for a new copy.
Ho'ala Huna remains to this day, the most enlightened way of looking at the world that the world has ever known.Using its Principles the ancient Mo'o priests taught the people how to live in harmony with the land and each other, imbuing the land with a spirit that can be felt by Hawai'ian residents and visitors alike. Their spirit is called the "Aloha" spirit.
Now, for the first time in a thousand years, you too can learn these principles by joining our Eagle's Nest Family, where authentic Mo'o Kahuna will teach you these same skills and perspectives as they did to people anciently.