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My Spiritual Quest - Meeting Hawaiian Goddess Pele In The Flesh


Greetings Everyone,

This September of 2008, I am taking a 12 day 11 night trip to Oahu, Hawaii...

My plane tickets, hotel reservation, and car rental reservation are all in place, so my trip to Hawaii is definate...

I am very familar with the numerous reports of Goddess Pele materializing into the physical plane and frequently walking among mortal man and mortal woman on Oahu...

Goddess Pele is known to most frequently materialize in Oahu, as a homeless elderly human female, often wearing a long white dress and sometimes accompanied by a little white dog...

Goddess Pele, then posing as an elderly homeless woman asks mortals for food or drink or money, and anyone that refuses her, Goddess Pele curses them and they become homeless, like she was pretending to be...

Goddess Pele blesses anyone that gives her what she asks for...

For those of you who don't know anything about me, I studied and trained under my Kahuna, Clark Wilkerson over 30 years ago...

Clark Wilkerson, my Kahuna, ordained and initiated me as a Huna Priest, and a member of his inner circle over 30 years ago...

During my ordination ceremony, when my Kahuna ordained me as a Huna Priest, he summoned Goddess Pele to be invisibly present to bear witness to his ordaining me as a Huna Priest...

And Goddess Pele has been in my life ever since that moment !

As of January 1st, 2008, and ever since January 1st of this year, I began having an overwealming urge and became obsessed with going to Hawaii for the purpose of finding and seeing Goddess Pele face-to-face in the physical plane...

Plus ever since January 1st 2008, I have been having wide awake visions about going to Hawaii and seeing and visiting with Goddess Pele on Oahu...

Therefore it is absolutely clear to me that Goddess Pele is giving me the honor of her summoning me to Hawaii to see her face-to-face in the physical plane...

I know that seeing Goddess Pele face-to-face will be the most profound moment of my entire life...

When I find her, or more accurately put, when Goddess Pele finds me and physically approches me, I will not pretend she is a elderly homeless mortal woman, I will recognize her no matter what form she takes and address her as the great Goddess that she truly is...

Love...Life...Light...
Aloha...
Huna Priest
"Kaula Pele"

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Good luck in your quest Huna Priest.

I will only give you one peice of advice "be respectful"

She does have a fiery temperament. I know that from personal experience.

Pele appeared to me several times between 2001 and 2003 when I was living in Mt. Juliet TN. Several times she shook me wide awake from a sound sleep then we would talk most of the night.

When you see her; give her my regards.

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Greetings Two Bears,

I have all the respect in the world for Goddess Pele !

And I am aware of her reputation for her fiery temper and being unpredictable...

I realize that I will be as helpless as an ant in her presence..

I have lived as a Huna Priest for over 30 years, so I have no fear of Goddess Pele...

What appearance did Goddess Pele have when you saw her ??

I did not realize that Goddess Pele materialized outside of the Hawaiian Islands, until you said she appeared to you in TN...

In my recent visions of her, she was of almost indescribable beauty and had long flowing red hair and had living flames dancing around her head...

Love...Life...Light...
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Greetings Two Bears,



Aloha

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I realize that I will be as helpless as an ant in her presence..



You will be far from helpless. I know from personal experience. I kicked her out of my apartment twice the second night she appeared. because she was playing with fire and I did not want her to set fire to my home. I made her extremely mad at me. It was the first time I ever saw my totem animal (the bear) ever show any fear. I will describe her second appearance later in the message.

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What appearance did Goddess Pele have when you saw her ??



The first time she appeared she was this lady around 30 with beautiful eyes. wearing a flowing white dress and very black hair. She said two words "send energy" this was February 2. 2001 then disappeared like smoke.

Two weeks later I found that my Aunt Easter had died that night, and I surmised she was having a hard time letting go and crossing over so Pele came to have me help my Aunt.

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I did not realize that Goddess Pele materialized outside of the Hawaiian Islands, until you said she appeared to you in TN...



I was not aware she left the hawai'ian islands either but she did. I have been living here in the Pacific North West for almost 4 years with several volcanoes in my back yard, and have been waiting for her to appear; but nothing yet.

About 3 weeks after her first appearance she appeared as the spirit of a 17 year old girl named Melinda who had been murdered by a jealous boyfriend. She asked me to help the authorities find her body so she could have a decent burial. I agreed to help her. Then about 10 minutes later she was bored and started playing with fire. I did not wish her to set my home on fire so I kicked her out of my apartment. She walked through my protection wards as if they were not even there. then she transformed into Pele with long black hair and white dress. and she was MAD (the first time I ever saw my totem animal ever demonstrate fear. She started playing with fire again and I exorcized her from my apt again. I strengthened my wards, and again she walked through them as if they were not there, and now she was out for blood, and I learned real fast that I was in way over my head; so I called in Kanaloa (god of the sea)(who had been my friend for two years.

Between Kanaloa, Mt totem animal, and myself talking things over with Pele we got her to leave me in peace instead of leaving me in pieces; and she actually gave me a blessing "May you have everything you desire." when she left.

Pele appeared in my apt several times after that for two years, and I have not seen her since May 2004

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Aloha Two Bears,

WOW... That's an amazing testimonial on Goddess Pele !

Thanks for sharing it with me !

Love...Life... Light...
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WOW... That's an amazing testimonial on Goddess Pele !



Pele is an amazing lady.

I thought you would like to hear my experiences with her.

I had never heard of Pele appearing outside of Hawai'i but I guess if Mohammed will not go to the mountain; the mountain will go to Mohammed.

I guess I was ready to meet an akua face to face and she paid me a visit.

I have also gone nose to nose with my 'aumakua the Mo'o.

My encounter with the Mo'o was even more amazing than my second enocounter with Pele (where I made her extremely mad at me).

I was deep in meditation and the whole wall of my apt disappeared and I found myself standing beside a large pond, and I watched a BIG black lizard crawl out of the water and onto land. This lizard was 20-30 feet long. It came up to me and when it was about 1-2 inches from my nose; it started growling and hissing, and thrashing the air with it's claws, Acting as if it wanted to rip me to shreds. I remained dispassionate and did not move. After a few minutes the Mo'o lost interest in me and crawled back in the water.

These higher powers have taught me things that have never been in ANY book.

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Greetings Two Bears,

By the way, Huna Mind told me that my Kahuna, Clark Wikerson is deceased...

Did you know Clark Wilkerson also wrote a book about "Soul Mates" ??
It's the best book on soul mates I ever saw...

Since my Kahuna is deceased, and you say that you are a Kahuna in another discussion, maybe you can clear up something for me ??

My Kahuna, Clark Wilkerson inititated and ordained me, in a very profound private ceremony,as a Huna Priest...
At least my Kahuna and I were the only ones physically present at my ordination...
I do remember that my Kahuna invoked Goddess Pele eterically...

So my Kahuna recognized two levels of Huna priesthood...
(Huna Priest and Kahuna )
He always referred to a Kahuna as a High Priest...

I am a little confused on this matter, since I have NEVER seen any references to there being two separate levels of Huna priesthood, OUTSIDE of the circle of my Kahuna, Clark Wilkerson...
 
I have seen no mention of there being such a thing as a "Huna Priest" in any Huna literature ??

Can you shed some light on this for me ??

Several more questions, I see myself as a "Kaula Pele"...
Do you also see yourself as a "Kaula Pele" ??

Many people refer to Huna as a philosophy or a science...
While I agree that Huna is both a philosophy and a science...

Personally, 1st and foremost, I see Huna as a religion...

Do you also see Huna 1st and foremost, as a religion ??

Love...Life..Light...
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"Kaula Pele"





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Greetings Two Bears,



Aloha

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By the way, Huna Mind told me that my Kahuna, Clark Wikerson is deceased...



That is too bad. Thank you for letting me know

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Did you know Clark Wilkerson also wrote a book about "Soul Mates" ??
It's the best book on soul mates I ever saw...



Yes I was aware of that. I have not read it.

I have read "Hawaiian Magic" Have three copies, "Celestral Wisdom", have an autographed copy of "Cosmic Wisdom", and read "Wisdom From Venus" which I re-sold.

I have been desperately trying to find a copy of his book "Conversations with a kahuna"

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Since my Kahuna is deceased, and you say that you are a Kahuna in another discussion, maybe you can clear up something for me ??



Will try to be of help.

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So my Kahuna recognized two levels of Huna priesthood...
(Huna Priest and Kahuna )
He always referred to a Kahuna as a High Priest...



I don't know what he was talking about there; so I cannot hazard a guess.

However in old hawai'i there were kahuna, and the kahuna nui.

The kahuna was an expert in one field of endeavor, The Kahuna nui was an expert in multiple fields of study.

I consider myself a kahuna because I have done MANY things from childhood that the assorted kahuna did.

Call fish to my bait with the power of the mind.

learned that I was able to manipulate the forces of nature. Wind rain, etc.

Broken rocks with nothing but the power of the mind.

Anchor myself to the earth with the mana so people were not able to move me from my spot.

I have seen many instant healings happen under my hands, and have seen people flush beet red from the top of their head to their waist after a two or three minute healing.

The main reason I call myself a kahuna is that after I worked on clearing my mental complexes and fixations; I gained distinct memories of several previous lives, and one of those previous lives was a kahuna in old Hawai'i.

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I have seen no mention of there being such a thing as a "Huna Priest" in any Huna literature ??



There are several huna priests in the Huna Heiau group started bk Kahuna Lani (long time student and friend of Max Freedom Long

Kahuna Lani left us several months to a year ago.

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Do you also see yourself as a "Kaula Pele" ??



Yes.

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Many people refer to Huna as a philosophy or a science...



I don;t call what I do Huna. I call what I do Pule me mana (Hawai'ian for pray with lifeforce energy). If you read my blog on Yahoo 360; you will not see the word HUNA listed once. I only used the word huna here on the website to those who have read huna material will know what I am talking about. I do the best I can to keep my teachings as true to Hawai'ian mysticism as I can.

The Hawai'ians did not even have a word for religion, and certainly did not call what they did huna. What they did was as natural as breathing, and when they did use a name they simply said ho'omana (to make mana). To them; generating mana and using that mana to make the world around them better was the most important thing in their life.

The name huna was coined by Max Freedom Long in the 1930s, and his system was a conglomeration of Hawai'ian mysticism, Christianity, and Theosophy.

Max Freedom Long got a lot of things right, and unfortunately he also got a lot of things wrong.

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Personally, 1st and foremost, I see Huna as a religion...

Do you also see Huna 1st and foremost, as a religion ??



No. I see Hawai'ian mysticism as both and much more than either a religion or a philosophy.

1. This is a religion. It explains the world around us and the after life.

2 this is a philosophy. with ethics, our responsibilities, and improving the human condition.

3. this is an energy healing modality

4. this path is a meditative or contemplative path too

5. Raises and expands awareness and consciousness. About 35 years ago I had about as much consciousness as an ordinary rock.

6. Helps one realize their place in the universe (a small part of one infinite sized being). Here is a quote I use sometimes "This path helps one to understand who, what, and where God (E'O) is.". I see E'O as the infinite supply of mana that makes everything in the universe possible from the tiny quarks that make up an electron to the entirety of the universe and everything in between; and if quantum mechanics is correct makes up the multiverse with many universes.

The Hawai'ians used their mana to bring fish into the bays so they had plenty of food to eat. They used their mana to alter the weather so they would have good crops.

I go back to the word ho'omana. Generating mana was the MOST important thing in their life. and this path touches every part of my life. It is far too big to be labeled as a mere philsophy or religion.

I also like the fact this mystic path is understandable to a five year old child, and you can go as deeply into the subject as you like

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By the way, Huna Mind told me that my Kahuna, Clark Wikerson is deceased...


I hope I'm not spreading some rumor.
I must have had some good reason for including that info on my web, but now that it was mentioned by you here, I was drawn to try to find the source of that information in my past correspondence and couldn't.

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I hope I'm not spreading some rumor.
I must have had some good reason for including that info on my web, but now that it was mentioned by you here, I was drawn to try to find the source of that information in my past correspondence and couldn't.



No worries Huna Mind.

We are all doing the best we can; one day at a time.

I do know that in 2002 when I taught the first huna workshop near Atlanta, GA. Joy H. (one of the attendees reported that she had contacted the Wilkerson's some time earlier. and they wrote back saying that Mr. Wilkerson was too infirm to teach any more.

I was also told that Mrs. Wilkerson re-copyrighted all of her husband's writings in 1997.

Tomas; if you do find the information; please post it here

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